SESSION DISCOGRAPHY * ALBUMS DISCOGRAPHY * SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY

Country and crossover since 1920s and my favorite artists of all genres too...
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Sunday, April 3, 2011

Wanda Faye

by Michel Ruppli, Praguefrank
SESSIONS

19 February 1965 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN – Wanda Faye (Producer: Don Law & Frank Jones)
001 NCO 82570 THE LONGEST NIGHT Columbia 4-43492
002 NCO 82571 BRIGHT LIGHTS Columbia 4-43322
003 NCO 82572 LYING LIPS AND CHEATING HEART Columbia 4-43322
004 NCO 82573 OLD MEMORIES KEEP RETURNING 4-43492

SINGLES
Columbia (1965)
4-43322 Bright Lights / Lying Lips And Cheating Heart - 06-65
4-43492 The Longest Night / Old Memories Keep Returning – 12-65

Johnny Duffey

*04-03-1934 Washington, D.C., *10-12-1996
by Dick Grant, Neil V. Rosenberg, Les Mcintyre, Walt Saunders, Tom Gray & Tom Mindte with acknowledgements to Michel Ruppli, Al Turner, Adam Komorowski, Eddie Stubbs, the late Pete Pike
SESSIONS
see also Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene, Bill Clifton, Mike Auldridge, Curley Ray Cline
Early 1956 Lucky Chapman Studio, Frederick, MD - Lucky Chapman And The Ozark Mountain Boys (Lewis “Lucky” Chapman [rh gt], John Humbird Duffey [vcl-1/mandolin], Gilbert A. “Bill” Berry [bass], William “Bill” Poffingberger [fiddle])
001 45-573-A I’VE WAITED SO LONG -1 Maryland 45-573-A
000 45-573-B BLUE GRASS –instr.- 45-573-B,Starday 45-258BK
The above recordings were released in the STARDAY ‘Custom’ series; The above recording session may have taken place at Radio Station WFMD in Frederick, Md. According to JACK TOTTLE who interviewed JOHN DUFFEY [Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.9, #5 - November 1974, Bill Blackburn played [banjo] and Carroll Harbaugh played [string bass] on the above session.
26 July 1959 Joe Bussard Studio, Fleming Ave., Frederick, MD - John Duffey Lucky Chapman and his Ozark Mountain Boys (or John Duffey-Lucky Chatman & Ozark Mountain Boys*) (John Duffey [vcl-3/mand], Lucky Chapman [rh gt], poss Bill Berry [rh gt], Bill Poffinberger [fiddle]. Producer:Joe Bussard Jr.)
002 BLUE GRASS* -instr.- -1-2 Fontotone 617/Dust to Digital DTDCD-003
003 PUT MY LITTLE SHOES AWAY* -1-2-3 617/DTDCD-003
004 ON AN ON Fonotone 5025
005 SOPHRONIE Fonotone 5025
006 NO MOTHER AND DAD Fonotone 5035
007 COUNTRY BOY ROCK AND ROLL Fonotone 5035
008 FATHER PUT THE COWS AWAY Fonotone
FONOTONE 617 was pressed twice.
DUST TO DIGITAL DTDCD-003 FONOTONE RECORDS:FREDERICK, MARYLAND 1956-1969 (27th October 2005)
1961 Joe Bussard Studio, Fleming Ave., Frederick, MD - John Duffey-Lucky Chatman & Ozark Mountain Boys (Lucky Chapman [rh gt], John Duffey [ld vcl-1/mandolin], poss Bill Berry [rh gt], Bill Poffinberger [fiddle]. Producer: Joe Bussard Jr.
009 BLUE GRASS SPECIAL -instr.- Fonotone 6154
010 SWING LOW, SWEET CHARIOT -1 6154/Dust-To-Digital DTDCD-003
1961 Rodel Studio, 1028 33rd St., N.W. Washington, D.C. – Red McCoy with the Sons of The Soil (Wayne “Red McCoy” Busbice [ld vcl/rh gt], Buzz Busby [tnr vcl-1/el ld gt], John Duffey [dobro-3], Jack Monroe Stoneman [bass], ? [percussion-5], Carl Nelson [fiddle], ? [piano-4], ? [hmny vcl-2],Unk [perc-5]. Producer: Ben Adelman)
000 LET JESUS COME INTO YOUR HEART -1-3-4 Mount Vernon MVM-157
000 I HEARD MY SAVIOR CALLING -1-2-3-4 MVM-157
000 I WANT TO SEE MY MOTHER AGAIN -1-2-3-4 MVM-157
000 BE CAREFUL OF YOUR FATHER’S NAME -1 MVM-157
000 RAINBOW JOE -4-5 MVM-157 MVM-181/Collector CLCD-4492
MOUNT VERNON MVM-157 COUNTRY & GOSPEL (March 1963);MOUNT VERNON MVM-181 HOOTENANNY; COLLECTOR CLCD-4492 KNOCKOUT ROCKIN’ (NED, 2006)
1961 Rodel Studio, 1028 33rd St., N.W. Washington, D.C. – Red McCoy with the Sons of The Soil (Wayne “Red McCoy” Busbice [ld vcl/rh gt], Buzz Busby [el ld gt-1], John Duffey [dobro], ? [steel-3], Carl Nelson [fiddle], ? [piano-4], ? [hmny vcl-2],Unk [perc-5]. Producer: Ben Adelman) [overdub session: Jack Monroe Stoneman [bass]]
000 TRAGIC LOVE AFFAIR -1-3 Sutton SSU-308
000 DARLING DO SSU-308
000 SHE’S COMING HOME TODAY -3 SSU-308
000 FARTHER ALONG -1-2-3 SSU-308
000 WHEN GOD CALLED DADDY AWAY -1-2-3 Sutton SSU-308
000 BY AND BY -1-2-3 SSU-308
000 LET’S GROW OLD TOGETHER -1-3 SSU-308
000 808-2/X-1519 WHAT’S THE USE -1-3 Almanac 808/SSU-308
000 WHAT A FRIEND WE HAVE IN JESUS -1-3 SSU-308
000 NEVER ALONE -1-3 SSU-308
SUTTON SSU-308 COUNTRY AND GOSPEL SONGS (1961)
ALMANAC 808 was released in 1965.
1963 Wynwood Recording Studio, Falls Church, VA – Pete Pike (Lester Leroy “Pete” Pike [vcl/rh gt], John Duffey [tnr vcl-1/mandolin-2/dobro-3], Lamar Grier [banjo], William “Billy” Baker [fiddle]. Producer: Dick Freeland)
000 IN THE PINES Rebel SLP-1473/Rebel REB-4000
000 TRAIN 45 Rebel SLP-1474
000 DOWN IN THE WILLOW GARDEN Rebel SLP-1476
000 I’LL MEET YOU AT THE PORTALS Rebel unissued
000 JOHN HENRY Rebel SLP-1473
000 PUT MY LITTLE SHOES AWAY Rebel SLP-1474
According to some sources session was held in 1961 or 1962 1963 Radio Station WWVA, Wheeling, WV – Lee Moore (Walter LeRoy “Lee” Moore [vcl/gt], John Duffey [vcl/mandolin], Charlie Waller [vcl/rh gt],Eddie Adcock [vcl/banjo], Tom Gray [vcl/bass].
000 MOTHER’S CALL Essgee LP-463
000 VACANT CABIN LP-463 Rural Rhythm RRLM-137
000 PAUL’S MINISTRY LP-463 RRLM-137
000 I HAVE DUSTED OFF THE BIBLE LP-463
000 LEGEND OF THE DOGWOOD TREE LP-463
000 GIVE ME YOUR LOVE LP-463
ESSGEE LP-463 LEE MOORE WWVA’S COFFEE-DRINKING NIGHTHAWK sings RADIO FAVORITES;RURAL RHYTHM RRLM-137 LEE MOORE SINGS RADIO FAVORITES
5 February 1967 Baltimore, MD – Jim Eanes (Homer R. “Jim” Eanes Jr. [vcl/gt], John Duffey [tnr vcl/mandolin], Charlie Waller [ld gtr-1/rh gt-2], Walter Rufus Hensley [banjo], Russell “Russ” Hooper [bari vcl/resonator gt/dobro], Edward “Ed” Ferris [bass])
000 YOUR OLD STANDY Zap MLP-102
000 LADY OF SPAIN MLP-102
000 PRECIOUS MEMORIES MLP-102
000 NO ONE TO LOVE ME NOW MLP-102
000 NOBODY’S DARLING MLP-102
000 DONNA LYNN MLP-102
000 IT’S A WEARY, WEARY WORLD MLP-102
000 STEP IT UP AND GO Zap MLP-102
000 FLINT HILL SPECIAL MLP-102
000 SOMEBODY TOUCHED ME MLP-102
000 JIMMY BROWN MLP-102
ZAP MLP-102 YOUR OLD STANDBY
1968 Unity Recording Studio, Washington, DC – Bill Emerson & Cliff Waldron (Bill Emerson [bari vcl/bjo], Clifford “Cliff” Waldron [vcl/gtr], John Duffey [ld gt/mandolin-2/tnr vcl-3], Michael Dennis “Mike” Auldridge [dobro], Garland Alderman [],Ed Ferris [bass], Bill Poffinberger [fiddle]. Producer: Roy D.Homer)
000 IF I WERE A CARPENTER -2 Rebel SLP-1485 REB CD-1123
000 RED WINGS -2 SLP-1485
000 YOU DIDN’T SAY GOODBYE -2-3 SLP-1485 REB CD-1123
REBEL SLP-1485 NEW SHADES OF GRASS (1969, reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.3, #12 - June 1969)
1970 Roy D. Homer & Associates Studio, Clinton, MD - Bill Emerson & Cliff Waldron (Bill Emerson [bari vcl/bjo], Clifford “Cliff” Waldron [vcl/gtr], John Duffey [bass vcl-1/mandolin-2], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Ed Ferris [bass], Bill Poffinberger [fiddle]. Producer: Roy D.Homer)
000 EARLY MORNING RAIN -2 Rebel SLP-1493 Rebel REB CD-1123
000 WHO WILL SING FOR ME -1 SLP-1493 REB CD-1123
000 DOWNTOWN BLUES -2 SLP-1493
000 HOME SWEET HOME -2 SLP-1493
000 A FACE FROM ANOTHER PLACE -2 SLP-1493
000 SPANISH GRASS -2 SLP-1493 REB CD-1123
000 I FEEL LONESOME TOO -2 SLP-1493
The mandolin of JOHN DUFFEY is audible on the above recordings.
REBEL SLP-1493 EMERSON and WALDRON INVITE YOU TO A BLUEGRASS SESSION;REBEL REB CD-1123 THE BEST OF EMERSON & WALDRON (1997, reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.32, #8 - February 1998)
30 June 1971 Roy D. Homer & Associates Studio, Clinton, MD - Ralph Stanley And The Clinch Mountain Boys (Ralph Edmond Stanley [vcl/banjo], Jessie Keith Whitley [ld gt], Roy Lee Centers [rh gt], John Duffey [mandolin], “Curly” Ray Cline [fiddle], Vernon Crawford “Jack” Cooke [bass])
000 GOING TO GEORGIA SLP-1503 REB-CD-4001 REB CD-1114
REBEL SLP-1503 SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW AND SOME OF KATY’S MOUNTAIN DEW (1971, reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.6, #4 - October 1971); REBEL REB-CD-4001 RALPH STANLEY 1971-1973;REBEL REB CD-1114 BOUND TO RIDE
22 March 1973 Roy D. Homer & Associates Studio, Clinton, MD – Ralph Stanley (Ralph Stanley [vcl/bjo], Roy Lee Centers [rh gt], John Duffey [high bari vcl-1/mandolin-2], Ricky Skaggs [tnr vcl/ld gtr], Jack Cooke [bass], “Curly” Ray Cline [fiddle].Producer: Charles R. Freeland)
000 THE LONESOME RIVER -1-2 Rebel SLP-1530 REB CD-4001 REB CD-1114 Audium AUD-CD-8169
REBEL SLP-1530 A MAN AND HIS MUSIC (1974,reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.9, #1 - July 1974);
1980 Blue Seas, Baltimore, MD – John Starling (John Starling [ld vcl/rh gt], John Duffey [tnr vcl], Emmylou Harris [hmny vcl], Fayssoux Starling [hmny vcl], Curtis Burch [ld gt/dobro], Herb Pedersen [hmny vcl/rh gt], Ricky Skaggs [hmny vcl/mandolin/fiddle], Lowell George [hmny vcl/slide gt], Paul Craft [hmny vcl/rh gt], Anthony David “Tony” Rice [gt], Ben Eldridge [banjo], Charles Samuel “Sam” Bush [mandolin], Mike Auldridge [hmny vcl/dobro], Daniel “Danny” Pendleton/Buddy Gene Emmons [steel], John Cowan/Sid Johnson/Tom Gray/Tom Guidera [bass], Karl Himmel/ Mark Cuff [drums]. William “Bill” Payne/Scott Johnson [piano],Produced: Audie Ashworth, Lowell George)
000 LONG TIME GONE Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 TURNED YOU TO STONE Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 HALF A MAN Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 JORDAN Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 WHITE LINE Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 HOBO ON A FREIGHT TRAIN TO HEAVEN Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 LAST THING I NEEDED Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 BROTHER JUKEBOX Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 CAROLYN AT THE BROKEN WHEEL INN Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 HE RODE ALL THE WAY TO TEXAS Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 DRIFTING TOO FAR FROM THE SHORE Sugar Hill SH-3714 SHCD-3714
000 DARK HOLLOW Sugar HillSHCD-3714
000 LONESOME WHISTLE Sugar Hill SHCD-3714
000 ROADS AND OTHER REASONS Sugar Hill SHCD-3714
000 SIN CITY Sugar Hill SHCD-3714
SUGAR HILL SH-3714 LONG TIME GONE (1980, reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol. 15, #4 - October 1980)
1984 unknown - Bryan Bowers (Bryan Bowers [Autoharp], John Duffey [mandolin])
000 HOT BUTTERED RUM Flying Fish FF-313
000 STONY POINT Flying Fish FF-313
000 DOG Flying Fish FF-313
000 I'LL FLY AWAY Flying Fish FF-313
000 ZEN GOSPEL SINGING Flying Fish FF-313
000 BLACKHEART Flying Fish FF-313
000 BATTLE HYMN OF THE REPUBLIC Flying Fish FF-313
000 RAMPARTS Flying Fish FF-313
000 SHADY GROVE Flying Fish FF-313
000 EZEKIEL Flying Fish FF-313
000 ROAD TO SLIGO Flying Fish FF-313
000 GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME Flying Fish FF-313
000 RICKETT'S HORNPIPE Flying Fish FF-313
FLYING FISH FF-313 BY HEART (1984, reviewed in Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.19, #8 - February 1985)
September/October 1987 Bias Recording, 5400 Carolina Place, Springfield, VA – Tony Rice (Tony Rice [vcl/gt], John Duffey [tnr vcl/mandolin], Gerald Calvin “Jerry” Douglas [dobro], Sam Bush [mandolin/fiddle], Bill Emerson [bari vcl/banjo], Mark Schatz [banjo/mandolin/bass], Larry Rice [mandolin], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Jimmy Gaudreau [mandolin], Mary Chapin Carpenter [hmny vcl-3], Jonathan Edwards [gtr], Wyatt Rice [].Vassar Clements [fiddle])
000 SHADOWS Rounder 0248
000 ST. JAMES HOSPITAL Rounder 0248
000 NIGHT FLYER Rounder 0248
000 YOU BEEN GONE SO LONG Rounder 0248
000 URGE FOR GOING Rounder 0248
000 GO MY WAY Rounder 0248
000 WITHIN’ A HUNDRED MILES Rounder 0248
000 CHANGES Rounder 0248
000 BROTHER TO THE WIND -3 Rounder 0248
000 JOHN WILKES BOOTH -3 Rounder 0248
000 SUMMER WAGES -3 Rounder 0248
ROUNDER ROUN 0248 NATIVE AMERICAN

ALBUMS
Sugar Hill SUG-CD-3926 John Duffey - Always In Style:
Let Me Be Your Friend; Long Black Veil ; The Old Hometown; Tennessee Blues; Rose of Old Kentucky; Walk Through This World With Me; Philadelphia Lawyer; Were You There; Say You Won't Be Mine; Willie Roy; I Haven't Got The Right To Love You; After Midnight; The Boatman; They're At Rest Together; Pictures From Life's Other Side; Hickory Wind; She's More To Be Pitied; Here Today And Gone Tomorrow; Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way; Girl In The Night; Live Is Like A Mountain Railway – 31-10-00 (sampler, all tracks by Seldom Scene & Country Gentlemen
more albums listed under individual artists

SINGLES
Maryland (1956)
45-573-A I’ve Waited So Long / Blue Grass – 56 Lucky Chapman And The Ozark Mountain Boys
Fonotone (1959/61) John Duffey Lucky Chapman And His Ozark Mountain Boys
617 Blue Grass / Put My Little Shoes Away - 59
5025 On An On / Sophronie - 59
5035 No Mother And Dad / Country Boy Rock And Roll – 59?
6154 Blue Grass Special / Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 61

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.