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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Texas Jim Robertson

*07-02-1909 Batesville, TX, +11-11-1966
2nd version
by Tony Russell, Praguefrank, Michel Ruppli, Mario Manciotti, Tony Middleton, Henk Scholts, Walter Gabriel
, Thieu Van De Vorst
SESSIONS
12 May 1939 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Elton Britt [gt])
001 BS-036935-1 WHAT GOOD IS THE SUNSHINE B-8207 Montgomery Ward M-8207
002 BS-036936-1 THINGS THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN B-8186 Montgomery Ward M-8482
003 BS-036937-1 I'M GONNA THROW MY LASSO B-8207 Montgomery Ward M-8483
004 BS-036938-1 BOUNCIN' ALONG B-8186 Montgomery Ward M-8482/ BACM CD D 175
17 April 1940 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], ? [bass], Blackie Summers [fiddle])
005 BS-050104-1 'WAY DOWN IN TEXAS (WHERE THE BLUE BONNETS GREW) B-8435/ BACM CD D 175
006 BS-050105-1 WINDY BEN B-8435/ BACM CD D 175
007 BS-050106-1 PURPLE NIGHT ON THE PRAIRIE B-8435/ BACM CD D 175
008 BS-050107-1 MY PONY'S HAIR TURNED GREY (WHEN MY DARLING RAN AWAY) B-8435/ BACM CD D 175
27 November 1940 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson [Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], ? [bass], Blackie Summers [fiddle])
009 BS-057796-1 I'M GONNA BE LONG GONE B-8631/ BACM CD D 175
010 BS-057797-1 I'LL BE BACK IN A YEAR, LITTLE DARLING B-8606
011 BS-057798-1 MY MA, SHE TOLD ME SO B-8631
012 BS-057799-1 THE COWBOY ISN'T SPEAKING TO HIS HORSE B-8606/ BACM CD D 175
7 March 1941 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Carl DeVries [gt], Bert Hirsch [fiddle], Frank Novak [accordion])
013 BS-062737-1 THERE‘S A HEART IN THE HEART OF THE ROCKIES B-8706/ BACM CD D 175
014 BS-062738-1 TOO BLUE TO CRY B-8706 20-2158
015 BS-062739-1 BIRMINGHAM WOMAN B-8386/ BACM CD D 175
016 BS-062740-1 BROTHER HENRY B-8686
27 June 1941 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Ken Binford [gt], Johnny Cali [gt/banjo], Gene Traxler [bass], Frank Novak [fiddle/clarinet], Jack Shilkret [piano], Chas Magnante [piano/accordion] + vocal quartet)
017 BS-066151-1 O BURY ME NOT ON THE LONE PRAIRIE (THE DYING COWBOY) 27551/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
018 BS-066152-1 HOME ON THE RANGE 27550 Camden CAE-114/ Castle LP 8012
019 BS-066153-1 THE COWBOY'S DREAM 27550 Camden CAE-114/ Castle LP 8012
020 BS-066154-1 RED RIVER VALLEY 27552 Camden CAE-114
30 June 1941 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Ken Binford [gt], Johnny Cali [gt/banjo], Gene Traxler [bass], Frank Novak [fiddle/clarinet], Jack Shilkret [piano], Chas Magnante [accordion] + vocal quartet)
021 BS-066160-1 RIDIN‘ OLD PAINT (AND LEADIN‘ OLD DAN) 27553 Camden CAE-114
022 BS-066161-1 IN TEXAS FOR THE ROUND-UP IN THE SPRING 27551
023 BS-066162-1 THE TEXAS SONG (A COWBOY LAMENT) 27553
024 BS-066163-1 THE BORDER AFFAIR (MI AMOR, MI CORAZON) 27552
20 March 1942 Victor Studio, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], George Duncan [gt], Walter Rosnell [gt], Laster Braun [bass], Bert Hirsch [fiddle], Harry Duncan [fiddle])
025 BS-073627-1 (DARLING, WHAT I'VE BEEN THRU) YOU'LL NEVER KNOW B-9017
026 BS-073628-1 (THE MOON AND THE WATER AND) MIZ O' REILLY'S DAUGHTER 33-0503 20-2158/ BACM CD D 175
027 BS-073629-1 WHEN THIS WAR IS OVER (THE VOLUNTEER'S FAREWELL) B-9017
028 BS-073630-1 SWEET BABY (COME BACK WHERE YOU BELONG) 33-0503/ BACM CD D 175
14 March 1945 [09:30-12:30] RCA Victor Studio 2, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Ben Martell [gt], Les Braun [bass], Artie Baker [clarinet]. Producer: Frank Walker)
029 D5-AB-137-1 YOU'LL NEVER BE BLUE IN A BLUE UNIFORM 33-0528/BACM CD D 213
030 D5-AB-138-1 RODGER YOUNG 33-0525/ BACM CD D 175
031 D5-AB-139-1 TALK TO THE BOSS IN THE SKY 33-0525/ BACM CD D 175
032 D5-AB-140-1 LAST PAGE OF MEIN KAMPF 33-0528/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
ca. September 1946 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers
033 FILIPINO BABY RC Victor 20-1975
034 RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT 20-1975
ca. December 1946 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Andy Sadella [steel], Chance Morehouse [drums] + more unknown musicians)
035 SEVEN WOMEN IN ONE 20-2090/Cattle Compact CCD-228
036 LAND, SKY AND WATER 20-2090/Cattle Compact CCD-228
037 IDA-IDAHO 20-2203//Cattle Compact CCD-228
During 1947 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers
038 TOO BLUE TO CRY 20-2158
039 MIZ O' REILLY'S DAUGHTER 20-2158
040 A HOME OF MY OWN 20-2203
041 DON'T LOOK NOW 20-2308
042 IT TAKES A LONG, LONG TRAIN WITH A RED CABOOSE 20-2308/Cattle Compact CCD-228
043 DON'T MAKE ME SORRY 20-2428/ Castle LP 8012 Cattle Compact CCD-228
044 PAL IN PALO ALTO 20-2428/Castle LP 8012 Cattle Compact CCD-228
045 I SURE GOT IT FROM YOU 20-2455
046 ANSWER TO RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT 20-2455/ BACM CD D 213
047 THE MINER'S SONG 20-2586 / Cattle Compact CCD-228
048 HEADIN' DOWN THE WRONG HIGHWAY 20-2586/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
049 SIGNED, SEALED, AND DELIVERED 20-2651 / Bronco Buster CD-9007
050 LOST DEEP IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA 20-2651/ BACM CD D 175 Bronco Buster CD-9007
051 MOUNTAIN ROSALIE 20-2764/ Castle LP 8012
052 THE LETTER I'M MAILING TO YOU 20-2764/ Castle LP 8012 BACM CD D 175
053 IN THE PINES (THE LONGEST TRAIN I EVER SAW) 20-2907/ Cattle Compact CCD-228 Castle LP 8012
054 TEARS TODAY AND BLUES TOMORROW 20-2907/ Castle LP 8012
055 SAD HEART 20-3039 / Bronco Buster CD-9007
056 WHEN I WAS YOUNG AND HANDSOME 20-3039/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
057 MY DREAMBOAT IS SINKING 20-3150/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
058 SOMEBODY LOSES, SOMEBODY WINS 20-3150/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
059 LIFE GITS TEE-JUS, DON'T IT 20-3228/ BACM CD D 213
060 BREAD AND GRAVY 20-3228/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
ca. January 1949 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Chet Atkins [gt] + more unknown musicians)
061 SUNDOWN IN MY HEART 21-0012/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
062 OUR ANNIVERSARY 21-0012
063 DADDY, WHEN IS MOMMY COMING HOME? 21-0039/ BACM CD D 213
064 SAVING UP COUPONS (TO GET ONE OF THOSE) 21-0039/ BACM CD D 213
17 May 1949 [15:30-18:00] RCA Victor Studio 1, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Chet Atkins [gt], Henry Haynes [gt], Kenneth Burns [mandolin/leader], Vaughan Horton [steel], Charles Grean [bass]. Producer: Stephen Sholes)
065 D9-VB-1521-1 SLIPPIN' AROUND 21-0074 48-0071/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
066 D9-VB-1522-1 WEDDING BELLS 21-0074 48-0071/ BACM CD D 175 Bronco Buster CD-9007
067 D9-VB-1523-1 I'M BACK TO WHERE I STARTED 21-0166 48-0178/BACM CD D 213
068 D9-VB-1524-1 I'LL WALK THIS WEARY ROAD ALONE 21-0166/48-0178/ BACM CD D 213
ca. August 1949 poss. RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Roy Wiggins [steel] + more unknown musicians)
069 I HEARD THE ANGELS WEEP 21-0095 48-0097/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
070 I'M SO LOW 21-0095 48-0097/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
071 I'LL NEVER SLIP AROUND AGAIN 21-0130 48-0133/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
072 REVENGE 21-0130 48-0133/ Cattle Compact CCD-228
3 March 1950 [10:00-13:30] RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Z. Carver [gt/washboard], Homer Hayes [gt/leader], Jethro Burns [mandolin], J. Carver [steel], L. B. [bass], Buddy Weed [piano/organ]. Producer: Stephen Sholes)
073 E0-VB-3841-1-2 RUBBER KNUCKLE SAM 48-0304?/Castle LP 8012? BACM CD D 175?
074 E0-VB-3842-1 WEDDING BELLS WILL NEVER RING [MEMORIES OF WEDDING BELLS???] 48-0304/LP 8012 BACM CD D 213
075 E0-VB-3843-1 JAW JAW, YAP YAP YAP 48-0365/ BACM CD D 175
076 E0VB3844-1 unknown title


19 April  1950 [18:30-22:00]  RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson and His Panhandle Punchers (Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], Lambert [gt], Jody Carver [gt], Y. Carver [gt], L. Braun [bass], S. Mann [piano]. Producer: Stephen Sholes)
077 E0-VB-3841-3 RUBBER KNUCKLE SAM 48-0304?/ Castle LP 8012? BACM CD D 175?
078 E0-VB-4220-1 ONE KIND WORD 48-0334 / BACM CD D 213
079 E0-VB-4221-1 YESTERDAY'S KISSES 48-0334/ BACM CD D 213
080 E0-VB-4222-1 DON'T YOU ANGEL ME, YOU LITTLE DEVIL 48-0427/ Castle LP 8012 BACM CD D 175
ca. May 1950 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson and Three Suns (unknown musicians)
081 SO TALL A TREE 47-3824
082 E0-VB-4705 GONE FISHIN' 47-3824/ BACM CD D 175
ca. August 1950 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson and His Panhandle Punchers (unknown musicians)
083 IT HURTS ME TO SEE YOU WITH SOMEBODY ELSE 48-0365/ BACM CD D 213
084 DON'T WANT NO MORE OF ARMY LIFE 48-0398/ BACM CD D 213
085 IF YOU'VE GOT THE MONEY, I'VE GOT THE TIME 48-0398/BACM CD D 175
October 1950 RCA Victor Studio 1, 155 East 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson and His Panhandle Punchers
086 E0-VB-5770 LIFE PASSED ME BY 47-4906
087 E0-VB-5771 unknown title
088 E0-VB-5772 YOU CAN’T DO NOTHIN‘ WITH A WOMAN 48-0427/ Castle LP 8012 BACM CD D 175
ca. December 1950 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (unknown musicians)
089 WHY DON'T YOU MARRY THE GIRL 48-0463/ BACM CD D 213090 WILDCAT BABY 48-0463/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
8 February 1951 [19:00-22:00] RCA Victor Studio 2, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – The Fontane Sisters & Texas Jim Robertson (The Fontaine Sisters: Geri, Marge, Bea [vcl], Texas Jim Robertson [vcl], D. Bergman [conductor], Tony Mottolla [gt], A. Hanlon [banjo], Bob Haggart [bass], Terry Snyder [drums], Hank Rowland [piano], N. Tagg [hammond], Dudley Fosdike [mellophone], Hank Ross [sax])
091 E1-VB-182 LET ME IN 47-4077/ BACM CD D 175
April 1951 RCA Victor Studio, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers (unknown musicians)
092 E1-VB-1702 A PRETTY WOMAN IS A DEADLY WEAPON 48-0492/ BACM CD D 175
093 BITE YOUR TONGUE AND SAY I'M SORRY 48-0492/ BACM CD D 213
ca. 25 or 26 September 1951 RCA Victor Studio 1, 155 East 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers
094 E1-VB-3679 (I HEARD THAT) LONESOME WHISTLE 47-4326
095 E1-VB-3680 GOTTA GIT A GITTAR 47-4326/ BACM CD D 213
ca. 25 or 26 September 1951 RCA Victor Studio, Webster Hall, 125E, 11th St., Manhattan, New York City– Texas Jim Robertson
096 E1-VB-3692 I‘ M GONNA BE LONG GONE (WHEN I GO AWAY) 47-4548
097 E1-VB-3693 TAFFY 47-4548/ BACM CD D 213
ca. April 1952 RCA Victor Studio, 155 East 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson & Panhandle Punchers
098 E2-VB-5988 PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME 47-4710/ BACM CD D 213
099 E2-VB-5989? LOW IN THE LEHIGH VALLEY 47-4710/ BACM CD D 213
100 E2-VB-5990 BLUE EYED ELLEN 47-4906
2 August 1953 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN – Texas Jim Robertson
101 53-S-6123/53-XY-400 BEWARE K11591/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
102 53-S-6124/53-XY-401 I PROMISE TO LOVE YOU K11722/Bronco Buster CD-9007
103 53-S-6125/53-XY-402 LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE TO ME K11722/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
104 53-S-6126/53-XY-403 SCRATCH BRITCHES HILL IN TENNESSEE K11591/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
2 June 1954 [14:00-17:00] RCA Victor Studio 1, 155 E, 24th St., Manhattan, New York City – Texas Jim Robertson
105 54-S-234/? PRIDE OF MY HEART K11860
106 54-S-235/? AUTOMATIC WOMAN K11787/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
107 54-S-236/? HIDE-A-WAY LOVE K11787/ Bronco Buster CD-9007
108 54-S-237/? WALKIN' AND TALKIN' WITH THE LORD K11860


ca 1957 New York City – Texas Jim Robertson and His Westerners (vocals by Jimmy Steel, Dale Noe, Bobby Blue, and Johnny Todd)
109 TOO MUCH Plymouth P-801
110 I'VE GOT A NEW HEARTACHE Plymouth P-801  
111 I'M TIRED Plymouth P-801
112  KNEE DEEP IN THE BLUES Plymouth P-801 ]
113 TRAIN OF LOVE Plymouth P-801  
114 THERE YOU GO Plymouth P-801  
115 AM I LOSING YOU? Plymouth P-801  
116 YOU'RE THE REASON I'M IN LOVE Plymouth P-801
The same album issue on Masterseal WTH 2 (MX 33-1861/2) credited to Texas Jim Roberts. It may have been different artist
ca 1959 New York City – Texas Jim Robertson
117 SLIPPING AROUND Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
118 LONESOME WHISTLE Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
119 KENTUCKY WALTZ Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
120 YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
121 I LOVE YOU SO MUCH, IT HURTS Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
122 IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE NOW Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
123 IF YOU'VE GOT THE MONEY Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
124 TILL THE END OF THE WORLD Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
125 NIGHT TRAIN TO MEMPHIS Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
126 MOCKIN' BIRD HILL Design DLP-115
127 THE ALMANAC SONG Design DLP-115
128 COLUMBUS STOCKADE BLUES Design DLP-115 Grand Prix KS-185
ca 1959 New York City – Texas Jim Robertson
129 KEEP ON THE SUNNY SIDE Design DLP-132
130 IT IS NO SECRET Design DLP-132
131 PICTURE FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE Design DLP-132
132 YOU GOTTA WALK THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW Design DLP-132
133 THE AIR, THE SUNSHINE AND THE RAIN Design DLP-132
134 OLD TIME RELIGION Design DLP-132 Grand Prix KS-185
135 GREAT SPECKLED BIRD Design DLP-132
136 ROCK OF AGES Design DLP-132
137 SOFTLY AND TENDERLY Design DLP-132
138 JESUS TENDER SHEPHERD Design DLP-132
139 WHEN IT'S ROUND UP TIME IN HEAVEN Design DLP-132
140 COWBOY'S DREAM Design DLP-132 Grand Prix KS-185
1960 New York City – Texas Jim Robertson
141 LITTLE OLD SHANTY Strand SLS-1016
142 HOME ON THE RANGE Strand SLS-1016
143 THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME Strand SLS-1016
144 BILLY THE KID Strand SLS-1016
145 GREAT GRANDAD AND ME Strand SLS-1016
146 THE CRAWDAD SONG Strand SLS-1016
147 GOIN' DOWN THE ROAD Strand SLS-1016
148 BURY ME NOT ON THE LONE PRAIRIE Strand SLS-1016
149 THE LAST GREAT ROUNDUP Strand SLS-1016
150 THE OLD RUGGED CROSS Strand SLS-1016
151 LITTLE OLD BIBLE OF MINE Strand SLS-1016
152 DON'T JUST PRAY Strand SLS-1016 -
1963 unknown - Jim Robertson
153 I CARE THAT'S HOW MUCH Allstar 7288
154 WORLD OF MINE Allstar 7288
two tracks above may have been recorded by other singer

ALBUMS
Plymouth P-801 Eight Top Western Hits: Too Much; I've Got A New Heartache; I'm Tired; Knee Deep In The Blues; Train Of Love; There You Go; Am I Losing You?; You're The Reason I'm In Love – ca. 57 (10“ LP; also on Masterseal  WTH 2 as Texas Jim Roberts. It may have been different artist)
Design DLP-115/DCF-1016 Texas Jim Robertson Sings Golden Hits Of Country & Western Music: Slipping Around; Lonesome Whistle; Kentucky Waltz; You Are My Sunshine; I Love You So Much, It Hurts; It Makes No Difference Now; If You've Got The Money; Till The End Of The World; Night Train To Memphis; Mockin' Bird Hill; The Almanac Song; Columbus Stockade Blues - 59
Design DLP-132 Sacred Country And Western Songs: Keep On The Sunny Side; It Is No Secret; Picture From Life's Other Side; You Gotta Walk The Straight And Narrow; The Air, The Sunshine And The Rain; Old Time Religion; Great Speckled Bird; Rock Of Ages; Softly And Tenderly; Jesus Tender Shepherd; When It's Round Up Time In Heaven; Cowboy's Dream – 59
Strand SLS-1016 Tales And Songs Of The Old Country: Little Old Shanty; Home On The Range; Girl I Left Behind Me; Billy The Kid; Great Grandad And Me; Crawdad Song; Goin' Down The Road; Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie; Last Great Roundup; The Old Rugged Cross; Little Old Bible Of Mine; Don't Just Pray – 02-61 (MX: KLP-10.159/60, rev. February 27)
Grand Prix KS-185 Great Hits Of Country & Western Music: If You've Got The Money; I Love You So Much It Hurts; Slipping Around; Kentucky Waltz; You Are My Sunshine; Till The End Of The World; It Makes No Difference Now; Lonesome Whistle; Night Train To Memphis; Columbus Stockade Blues; Cowboy's Dream; Old Time Religion – 62 (sampler, most songs from DLP-115) - 62
Allegro [UK] ALL-792 Texas Jim Robertson Sings 10 All Time Country & Western Hits: You Are My Sunshine; I Love You So Much It Hurts; It Makes No Difference Now; Lonesome Whistle; Mockin' Bird Hill; If You've Got The Money; Night Train To Memphis; Kentucky Waltz; The Almanac Song; Till The End Of The World – 66 (sampler)

Palomino ?  Texas Jim Robertson: I'd Like to Be in Texas for the Roundup in the Spring; The Cowboy's Meditation; Clementine; The Little Old Sod Shanty; Jesse James; The Little Mohee; Zebra Dan; My Home in Tennessee; Turkey in the Straw; Jack O' Diamonds; Strawberry Roan; When the Work's All Done This Fall; Buckin' Bronco; Curly Joe -  (MX  AR-6750. Test pressing)
Castle [UK] LP-8012 Gone But Not Forgotten: In The Pines; Memories Of Wedding Bells; Pal In Palo Alto; Don't Make Me Sorry; You Can't Do Nothin' With A Woman; Don't Angel Me; Mountain Rosalie; Letter I'm Mailing To You; Tears Today And Blues Tomorrow; Rubber Knuckie Sam; Home On The Range; Cowboy's Dream - 80
Bronco Buster [GER] CD 9007 Wedding Bells: I Promise To Love You; Automatic Woman; Beware; Scratchbritches Hill, Tenn.; Hide-Away Love; Look What You Done To Me; When I Was Young And Handsome; Slippin' Around (No.1); Wedding Bells; Sad Heart; Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins; My Dreamboat Is Sinking; O Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie; Lost Deep In The Bottom Of The Sea; Bread And Gravy; Last Page Of Mein Kampf; Signed; Sealed And Delivered; Wildcat Baby - 95
Cattle Compact CCD-228: The Golden Age Of Texas Jim Robertson: It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose; Revenge; I'm So Low; I'll Never Slip Around Again; I Heard The Angels Weep; The Miner's Song; Headin¢ Down The Wrong Highway; Sundown In My Heart; Don¢t Look Now (Your Broken heart Is Showing); Ou Anniversary; Tears Today And Blues Tomorrow; In The Pines (The Longest Train); Home On The Range; The Cowboy's Dream; Ridin¢ Old Paint (And Leadin' Old Dan); The Texas Song (A Cowboy Lament); Red River Valley; The Border Affair (Mi Amor, Mi Corazon); Ida-Idaho; A Home Of My Own; Land, Sky And Water; Seven Women In The One; Pal In Pelo Alo; Don‘t Make Me Sorry – 00 (released in Germany)
BACM [UK] CD D 175 Purple Night On The Prairie: If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time; Lost Deep In The Bottom Of The Sea; A Pretty Woman Is A Deadly Weapon; Let Me In; Birmingham Woman; Letter I'm Mailing To You; I'm Gonna Be Long Gone; Rubber Knuckle Sam; Moon And The Water And Miz O'Reilly's Daughter; Purple Night On The Prairie; Sweet Baby (Come Back To Where You Belong); Talk To The Boss In The Sky; Windy Ben; You Can't Do Nothin' With A Woman; There's A Heart In The Heart Of The Rockies; The Cowboy Isn't Speaking To His Horse; Don't Angel Me You Little Devil; My Pony's Hair Turned Grey; Rodger Young; Way Down In Texas Where The Bluebonnets Grew; Bouncin' Along; Gone Fishin’; Jaw Jaw Yap Yap Yap; Memories Of Wedding Bells - 06
BACM [UK] CD D 213 Texas Jim Robertson, Vol. 2 - Put Your Arms Around Me: You'll Never Be Blue In A Blue Uniform; Answer To A Rainbow At Midnight; Life Gits Tee-Jus, Don't It; Gotta Git A Gittar; Taffy; Put Your Arms Around Me; Low In The Lehigh Valley; Daddy When Is Mommy Coming Home; Saving Up Coupons (To Get One Of Those); I'll Walk This Weary Road Alone; I'm Back To Where I Started; Yesterday's Kisses; One Kind Word; It Hurts To See You With Somebody Else; I Want No More Of Army Life; Why Don't You Marry The Girl; Bite Your Tongue And Say You're Sorry; The Zebra Dunn*; Yellow Rose Of Texas*; Climbin' Up The Golden Stairs*; Night Herding Song*; Your Sweetheart Waits For You Jack*; Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight*; Sam Bass*; Hobo Bill's Last Ride* – 08 (*not in the sessions list) 


BACM [UK] CD D 485 Texas Jim Robertson, Vol. 3 – Down On the Texas: Me and My Guitar - Opening Theme; Billy The Kid; Brother Henry*; The Texas Cowboy;  Cowboy  Jack; Headin' For The Great divide;  Curley Joe;  Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad;  Darling Nelly Gray; Jack O' Diamonds;  Down On The Texas Range;  The Little Mohee;  Filipino Baby;  The Days Of '49;  I Only Want A Buddy Not A Sweetheart;  Green Grow The Lilacs;  In The West Where The Skies Are Blue;  Lone Cowpuncher;  My Little Home In Tennessee; Turkey In The Straw;  My Ma, She Told Me So*;  The Cowboy's Meditation;  Things That Might Have Been*;  Goin' To Little Creek;  Too Blue To Cry*;  When This War Is Over*;  (Darling What I’ve Been Through)  You'll Never Know*;  Train Whistle Blues;  The Spanish Cavalier;  The Old Gruyo;  Me and My Guitar - Closing Theme – 04-15 (all tracks except * (1941-42 singles) are transcriptions)

 

SINGLES
Bluebird (1939-45) RCA Victor (1946-52)
B-8186 Bouncin' Along / Things That Might Have Been - 06-39 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M-8482)
B-8207 I'm Gonna Throw My Lasso / What Good Is The Sunshine - 07-39 (reissued on Montgomery Ward M-8483)
B-8435 My Pony's Hair Turned Grey / Windy Ben - 05-40
B-8466 Purple Night On The Prairie / Way Down In Texas - 06-40
B-8606 Cowboy Isn't Speaking To Home / I'll Be Back In A Year - 01-41
B-8631 I'm Gonna Be Long Gone / My Ma, She Told Me So - 02-41
B-8686 Brother Henry / Birmingham Woman - 03-41
B-8706 Too Blue To Cry / There's A Heart In The Heart Of The Rockies - 05-41
B-9017 You'll Never Know / When This War Is Over - 06-42
27550 Cowboys Dream / Home On Range – ca. 42 (released on Victor)
27551 O Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie / In Texas For The Roundup In The Spring – ca. 42 (released on Victor)
27552 Red River Valley / Border Affair – ca. 42 (released on Victor)
27553 Texas Song' / Ridin' Old Paint – ca. 42 (released on Victor)
33-0503 Mizz O' Reillys Daughter / Sweet Baby – ca. 43
33-0525 Talk To The Boss / Rodger Young – ca. 05-45
33-0528 Last Page Of Mein Kampf / You'll Never Be Blue In A Blue Uniform – ca. 07-45
20-1975 Filipino Baby / Rainbow At Midnight - 10-46
20-2090 Seven Women In One / Land, Sky And Water – 01-47
20-2158 Too Blue To Cry / Miz O' Reilly's Daughter – 02-47
20-2203 Ida-Idaho / A Home Of My Own – 03-47
20-2308 Don't Look Now / It Takes A Long, Long Train With A Red Caboose - 06-47
20-2428 Don't Make Me Sorry / Pal In Palo Alto - 09-47
20-2455 I Sure Got It From You / Answer To Rainbow At Midnight - 10-47
20-2586 The Miner's Song / Headin' Down The Wrong Highway - 12-47
20-2651 Signed, Sealed, And Delivered / Lost Deep In The Bottom Of The Sea - 01-48
20-2764 Mountain Rosalie / The Letter I'm Mailing To You - 03-48
20-2907 In The Pines / Tears Today And Blues Tomorrow - 06-48
20-3039 Sad Heart / When I Was Young And Handsome - 08-48
20-3150 My Dreamboat Is Sinking / Somebody Loses, Somebody Wins - 10-48
20-3228 Life Gits Tee-Jus, Don't It / Bread And Gravy - 12-48
21-0012 Sundown In My Heart / Our Anniversary - 02-49
21-0039 Daddy, When Is Mommy Coming Home? / Saving Up Coupons – 03-49
21-0074/48-0071 Slippin' Around / Wedding Bells - 06-49
21-0095/48-0097 I Heard The Angels Weep / I'm So Low - 09-49
21-0130/48-0133 I'll Never Slip Around Again / The Revenge - 11-49
21-0166/48-0178 I'll Walk This Weary Road Alone / I'm Back To Where I Started - 02-50
48-0304 Rubber Knuckle Sam / Wedding Bells Will Never Ring - 04-50
48-0334 One Kind Word / Yesterday's Kisses - 06-50
48-0365 Jaw Jaw, Yap Yap Yap / It Hurts Me To See You With Somebody Else -08-50
48-0398 Don't Want No More Of Army Life / If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time - 11-50
47-3824 So Tall A Tree / Gone Fishin' - 50 w. The Three Suns
48-0427 You Can't Do Nothin' With A Woman / Don't You Angel Me - 02-51
48-0463 Why Don't You Marry The Girl / Wildcat Baby - 04-51
48-0492 Deadly Weapon / Bite Your Tongue And Say I'm Sorry - 08-51
47-4326 (I Heard That) Lonesome Whistle / Gotta Get A Glitter - 10-51
47-4548 Taffy / I'm Gonna Be Long Gone - 02-52
47-4710 Put Your Arms Around Me / Low In The Lehigh Valley - 04-52
47-4906 Blue Eyed Ellen / Life Passed Me By - 08-52
(EP's)
Camden CAE-114 "Round The Campfire" - Home on the Range / Cowboy Dream / Red River Valley / Ridin' Ol' Paint – 53 (MX: E3PW-1834/5)
MGM (1953-54)
K 11591 Beware / Scratchbritches Hill, Tennessee - 09-53
K 11722 I Promise To Love You / Look What You've Done To Me – 04-54
K 11787 Hide-A-Way Love / Automatic Woman - 09-54
K 11860 Pride Of My Heart / Walkin' And Talkin' With The Lord - 11-54
Allstar (1963) as by Jim Robertson (is it the same person?)
7288 I Care That's How Much / World Of Mine - 63

Curly Howard

Howard Sisk, * ca. 1930- +01-10-2001
by Praguefrank
SESSIONS

1960s unknown - Curly Howard & The Sons Of Song
001 SO 3432 END OF MY WORLD IS COMING Justice 1001
002 SO 3433 LITTLE OLE HEART Justice 1001
Justice Records operated in Winston-Salem, NC

SINGLES
Justice (1960s)
1001 Little Ole Heart / End Of My World Is Coming

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.