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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Connie Dycus



*06-12-1930 Dyersburg, TN
2nd version
by Dick Grant, with acknowledgements Zyndall Raney, Al Turner, Phil Tricker, Wyman Stewart, Ron Scott, Forrest Green, Kent Heineman, Praguefrank
SESSIONS
October 1958 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN – Connie Dycus (Connie Fay Dycus [vcl], Chester Burton “Chet” Atkins [ld gt], ? [steel], Junior Huskey [bass], Buddy Harman [drums], Floyd Cramer [piano], The Jordanaires-Gordon Stoker/Ray Walker/Neal Matthews/Hoyt Hawkins
001 EM-1004/YW-18055 MIND IF I CRY Mercury 71376/Bear Family BCD-16101
002 EM-1005/JB-255 I KNOW  Colt “45” EM 1005/Classics CD-713
003 EM-1006/YW-18056 ROCK-A-BYE BABY ROCK Mercury 71376
004 EM-1007/JB-256 PLEASE MISTER Colt “45” EM 1007/Country’s Finest CLP-233
BEAR FAMILY BCD 16101 THAT'LL FLAT GIT IT, VOL. 11 (MERCURY); CLASSICS CD 713 TEENAGE CLASSICS, VOL.4 (SWE, 2002); CLASSIC 713 TEENAGE TIME, VOL. 4
COLT “45” Records and Mayflower Music were owned by Jim Minor and Bob Cloud and based in Flint, Michigan.
THE ABOVE RECORDING SESSION HAS BEEN CONFIRMED BY TODD MINOR the son of JIM MINOR-1st February 2011.
1959 Wayne Raney Studio, Oxford, OH – Connie Dycus (Connie Dycus [vcl], unknown hmny vcl, ld gt, steel, bass, drums. Producer: Thomas Wayne Raney)
005 PBR-45-108A SAME OLD THING Poor Boy 45-108/White Label WLP-8960 Hillbilly Researcher HBRCD-022
006 PBR-45-18B HAND FULL OF ASHES Poor Boy 45-108/White Label WLP-2808 HBRCD-022
WHITE LABEL WLP-2808 BOPPIN’ HILLBILLY, Vol.8 (NED, 1989);  WHITE LABEL WLP-8960 DREAMBOAT ROCK AND ROLL (NED, 1990)
Summer 1960 unknown – Connie Dycus
007 45-886A I COULD SHOOT MYSELF (IF I WASN’T AFRAID OF A GUN) Dixie 45-886/Million LP-5  Dixie CD-4444
008 45-886B LYING ALL THE TIME    45-886/Dixie CD-4444
 MILLION LP-5  THE BEST OF DIXIE, Vol.5 (NED, 1984); DIXIE CD-4444 BOPPIN’ COUNTRY BILLIES (NED,1994)
1960 Flint, MI – Connie Dycus
009 WOULD YOU BELIEVE Prophonics 5020/Country’s Finest CLP-233
010 (IF YOU AIN’T TRIED IT) DON’T KNOCK IT  5020/CLP-233
PROPHONICS Records was based at 666 Beach St., Mount Morris, Michigan.
1963 [Rite No. 688] Flint, MI – (Mr.) Connie Dycus (Producer: S. Greenley)
011 10843/K12001  I’LL BE UNTRUE Greenley’s 1006 King 45-5958
012 10844 LOVE COMMANDMENTS Greenley’s 1006 Country’s Finest RS 324/CLP-233
013 YOU CAN’T STOP ME Greenley’s unissued King 45-5958/Country’s Finest CLP-233
014 THAT’S ALL RIGHT WITH ME Greenley’s unissued
015 DARK AS A DUNGEON Greenley’s unissued Country’s Finest RS 324/CLP-233
ca 1964 Hammond, IN – Mr. Connie Dycus (Producer: Harry Glenn)
016 I CAN’T FORGIVE MYSELF H and K 100
017 THESE BOOTS WERE MADE FOR WALKIN’  100
1967 Country’s Finest Recording Studio, Concord, AR – Connie Dycus (Connie Dycus [vcl/rh gt], Wayne Raney [harmonica-1], ? [ld gtr], Unk [steel-2], ? [drums], ? [tenor sax]. Producer: Wayne Raney)
018 RS-235-A LET OLE LONESOME IN -1-3 Rimrock RS-235-A/Country’s Finest CLP-233 RRCD-001
019 RS-235-B WHO -2 Rimrock RS-235-B/CLP-233
COUNTRY’S FINEST RRCD-001 COUNTRY MUSIC’S BACK TO STAY (2001)
1968 Nashville, TN – (Mr.) Connie Dycus (Producer: Kent Maddox)
020 1201A WRAP IT UP Cathay 1201/Country’s Finest CLP-233
021 1201B IF THAT’S THE WAY YOU WANT IT 1201/CLP-233
1968 Nashville, TN – (Mr.) Connie Dycus (Producer: Rose Maddox)
022 PRP-11251 JAKE LEGGED PREACHER Cathay 1203
023 PRP-11252 YOU’VE GOT NOTHING TO HIDE (BUT YOUR FACE)  1203
CATHAY 1203 is a PRP [Precision Record Pressing] of Nashville, Tn. custom pressing.
1968 Nashville, TN – (Mr.) Connie Dycus (Producer: Rose Maddox)
023 1205A BORROWED TIME Cathay 1205/Country’s Finest CLP-233
024 1205B IT’S A DAMN GOOD WAY 1205/CLP-233
CONNIE DYCUS may also have recorded for RANGER Records which was owned by FORREST GREEN     
                             
ALBUMS
Country's Finest Disc. CLP-233 Let Ole Lonesome In: Let Ole Lonesome In; Who; Darn Good Way; You Can’t Stop Me; Dark As A Dungeon; Love's Commandments; (If You Ain’t Tried It) Don’t Knock It; Please Mister; Borrowed Time; If That’s The Way You Want It; Would You Believe; Wrap It Up - 72

SINGLES
Colt 45/*Mercury [leased]
*71376x45 Rock-A-Bye Baby Rock / Mind If I Cry – 11-58 (rev. Nov. 10) Yw18056/Yw18055
EM 1005/1007 I Know / Please Mister – ca 04-59
Poor Boy (1959)
45-108 Handful Of Ashes / Same Old Thing – 12-59 (rev. Jan. 4, 1960)
Dixie (1960)
45-886 I Could Shoot Myself / Lying All the Time – 09-60
Prophonic (1960)
5020 Would You Believe / (If You Ain’t Tried It) Don’t Knock It - 60
Greenlays / King [leased] (1963)
1006 I’ll Be Untrue (To Be With You) / Love Commandments - 63
King 45-5958 I’ll Be Untrue / You Can’t Stop Me - 64
Country’s Finest RS-324 Dark As A Dungeon / Love’s Commandments – 70
H and K (ca 1964)
K-100 This Boots Are Made For Walkin‘/ I Can’t Forgive Myself – ca 64
Cimrock
RS-235 Let Ole Lonesome In / Who - 67
Cathay (1968)
1201 If That’s The Way You Want It / Wrap It Up - 68
1203 Jake Legged Preacher / You've Got Nothing To Hide (But Your Face) - 68
1205 Borrowed Time / It’s a Damned Good Way - 68





                                  



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Dave Woolum

by Dick Grant with acknowledgements to Dave Sax, Phil Tricker & Al Turner
SESSIONS
late 1951 Radio Station WPFB Middletown, OH - Jim And Jesse McReynolds With The Sweet Mountain Boys-3 or as Virginia Trio-1/The Circuit Rider-2 (James Monroe “Jim” McReynolds [tnr vcl-4/gt], Jesse Lester “Jesse” McReynolds [bari vcl-4/mandolin], Lawrence “Larry” Roll [ld vcl-4/vcl-5/gt], David Emon “Dave” Woolum [bass])
000 8170 I’LL FLY AWAY -1-3-4 Kentucky 509-A Alcar 509-A/Gateway LP-38121/2 Ultra-Sonic LP-52 Gateway M-04, Buckingham PST-741 Countryville S-41, Countryville S-785 Palace PST-741 Gateway M-22 Masterseal MS-93, Altone 512-0411 Crosscut CR-1046 Old Dominion OD 498-18
000 8171 GOD PUT A RAINBOW IN THE CLOUDS -1-3-4 509-B/Gateway LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-741 S-41 PST-741 M-22 MS-93 Mount Vernon MVS-512 512-0411 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8172 YOU GO TO YOUR CHURCH I’LL GO TO MINE-1-3-4 Kentucky 510 Alcar 510/Gateway LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-741 S-4 S-785 M-22 MS-93 MVS-512 512-0411 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8173 JUST A LITTLE TALK WITH JESUS -1-3-4 510/LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-741S-41 S-785 M-22 MS-93 MVS-512 512-0411 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8174 IT IS NO SECRET -2-5 Kentucky 511
000 8175 WHO AT MY DOOR IS STANDING -2-5 511
000 8176 WHEN I TAKE MY VACATION IN HEAVEN -2-5 512
000 8177 PRECIOUS MEMORIES -2-5 512
GATEWAY LP-38121/2/GATEWAY M-04/GATEWAY M-22 BLUEGRASS CLASSICS; ULTRA-SONIC LP-52 VIRGINIA TRIO WITH LARRY ROL; BUCKINGHAM PST-741/COUNTRYVILLE M-41/COUNTRYVILLE S-41/PALACE PST-741/MASTERSEAL MS-93 JIM AND JESSE McREYNOLDS SING COUNTRY AND WESTERN SONGS OF FAITH WITH THE SWEET MOUNTAIN BOYS (January 1963); COUNTRYVILLE M-785/COUNTRYVILLE S-785 JIM & JESSE McREYNOLDS SING with the Sweet Mountain Boys: JUST A LITTLE TALK WITH JESUS (February 1963); MOUNT VERNON MVM-512/MVS-512 SACRED SONGS OF LOVE (1963); ALTONE 512-0411 JIM & JESSE McREYNOLDS: COUNTRY & WESTERN: SONGS OF FAITH; CROSSCUT CR-1046 EARLY BLUEGRASS GOSPEL CLASSICS: JIM & JESSE WITH LARRY ROLL (1999)
late 1951 Radio Station WPFB Middletown, OH - Jim And Jesse McReynolds With The Sweet Mountain Boys-3 or as Virginia Trio-1/The Circuit Rider-2 (James Monroe “Jim” McReynolds [tnr vcl-4/gt], Jesse Lester “Jesse” McReynolds [bari vcl-4/mandolin], Lawrence “Larry” Roll [ld vcl-4/vcl-5/gt], David Emon “Dave” Woolum [bass])
000 8180 SING, SING, SING -1-3-4 Kentucky 514 Alcar 514/Gateway LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-741 S-41 S-785 M-22 MS-93 512-0411 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8181 LET ME TRAVEL ALONE -1-3-4 514/LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-742 S-42 M-22 MVS-512 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8182 CAMPING IN CANAAN’S LAND -1-3-4 515/LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-742 S-42 M-22 Buckboard BBS-1028 Richmond #N5-2122 Crosscut CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8183 ON THE JERICHO ROAD -1-3-4 515/LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-742 S-42 M-22 BBS-1028 #N5-2122 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8184 PEACE IN THE VALLEY -2-5 Kentucky 516
000 8185 SOFTLY AND TENDERLY -2-5 516
000 8186 ONE STEP MORE -2-5 517
BUCKINGHAM PST-742/COUNTRYVILLE M-42/COUNTRYVILLE S-42/PALACE PST-742 COUNTRY AND WESTERN SACRED SONGS WITH STRINGS: JIM AND JESSE McREYNOLDS AND THE SWEET MOUNTAIN BOYS: STANLEY ALPINE AND THE TENNESSEE FOLK TRIO (February 1963)
1951 Radio Station WPFB Middletown, OH - Jim And Jesse McReynolds With The Sweet Mountain Boys-3 or as Virginia Trio-1/The Circuit Rider-2 (James Monroe “Jim” McReynolds [tnr vcl-4/gt], Jesse Lester “Jesse” McReynolds [bari vcl-4/mandolin], Lawrence “Larry” Roll [ld vcl-4/vcl-5/gt], David Emon “Dave” Woolum [bass])
000 8033 I LIKE THE OLD TIME WAY -1-3-4 Kentucky 547/Gateway LP-38121/2 LP-52 Gateway M-04 PST-742 S-42 M-22 MVS-512 BBS-1028 #N5-2122 CR-1046 Old Dominion OD 498-18
000 8034 I’LL BE LISTENING -1-3-4 Kentucky 547/Gateway LP-38121/2 LP-52 M-04 PST-742 S-42 PST-742 M-22 BBS-1028 #N5-2122 CR-1046 OD 498-18
000 8035 ABIDE WITH ME -2-5 Kentucky 548
000 8036 MANSIONS OVER THE HILLTOP -2-5 Kentucky 548
BUCKBOARD BBS-1028 COMIN’ HOME FEATURING JIM & JESSE (1976); RICHMOND #N5-2122 COMIN’ HOME FEATURING JIM & JESSE (1985); OLD DOMINION OD 498-18 THE VIRGINIA TRIO 1951 : THEIR FIRST HISTORICAL GOSPEL RECORDINGS (2000); OLD DOMINION OD 498-18 reviewed Bluegrass Unlimited Vol. 35, #12-December 2000. According to the CP/RITE files master numbers between 7000-8100 were recorded in 1952 and master numbers 8101-8356 were recorded in 1953.
1953 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum (Dave Woolum [vcl/gtr], Luke Thompson [mandolin], Jesse Kidd [banjo], Sonny Osborne [banjo-1]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
001 209A MAPLE ON THE HILL Excellent 45-209/JSP JSP-77110
002 209B ROLLING STONE -1 45-209/JSP-77110
1955 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum with Noah Crase Five String Banjo (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Noah Crase [banjo]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
003 EX: 224A I AIN’T GONNA LET HER DO IT ANYMORE Excellent EX: 224/JSP JSP-77110
004 EX: 224B SINGLE GIRL MARRIED GIRL EX: 224/Rounder 1014 JSP JSP-77110
ROUNDER 1014 THE EARLY DAYS OF BLUEGRASS, Vol.2 (1975; reviewed Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.10, #6-December 1975); JSP JSP-77110-CD AUTHENTIC RARE BLUEGRASS: INDEPENDENT LABEL SIDES 1951-1954 (UK, 2008)
1956 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum with Noah Crase (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Noah Crase [banjo]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
005 CP-1134 DON’T BLAME ME Excellent 307
006 CP-1135 JIMMIE BROWN, THE NEWSBOY 307
1956 Cincinnati, OH - The Logan & Laurel County Boys (Harley Gabbard [vcl/?], Aubrey Holt [vcl/?], Dave Woolum [vcl/gtr], Noah Crase [banjo]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
L01 CP-1154 FAMILY REUNION Excellent 308
L02 CP-1155 LET THE SAVIOUR IN 308
EXCELLENT 308 released 1956. EXCELLENT Records owned by Estel Lee Scarborough.
ca June 1957 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Noah Crase [banjo] + unknown musicians. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
007 ST-2607 IT’S SO NICE Starday 45-311/Dixie 6666
008 ST-2608 DONE GONE AND DONE IT 45-311/6666
Both of the above recordings were leased to STARDAY Records. DIXIE 6666 GREAT DIXIE : BOPPIN’ HILL BILLIES, Vol.2 (NED)
ca May 1958 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Noah Crase [banjo]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
009 CP-1577 IT’S WONDERFUL Excellent EX-403
010 CP-1578 HAVE YOU HEARD EX-403
ca January 1959 Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum & His Kentucky Mountain Boys [-1]/Dave Woolum & Noah Crase [-2] (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Marvin Igo [el gt], Lillie Dennis [gt], Noah Crase [banjo], Curtis Allen [banjo], Oscar Woolum [bass], Markum [fiddle]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
011 OLD AGE [-1] Sage 45-286 New World NW-225/Rounder 1015
012 NOAH’S BREAKDOWN [-2] 45-286/Rounder 1014
The above recordings were leased to SAGE &SAND Records. NEW WORLD NW-225 HILLS & HOME: THIRTY YEARS OF BLUEGRASS (1976); ROUNDER 1015 EARLY DAYS OF BLUEGRASS, Vol.3. NEW SOUNDS FROM COAST TO COAST (1983, reviewed Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.18, #10-April 1984)
ca November 1959 [Rite no 248] Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Boys (Producer: Robert E. “Bob” Mooney)
013 CP-2826 BLUE BLUE MEMORY Arvis 103-A
014 CP-2868 YOU WANNA 103
ARVIS Records owned by Estel Lee Scarborough & Robert E. “Bob” Mooney. In the RITE Master Catalogue CP-2826 is shown as CP-2867 in the wax run-off.
ca May 1960 Cincinnati, OH - Dave Woolum, Curly Tuttle & The Laurel County Boys (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Alvin Clyde “Curly” Tuttle [bari vcl/mandolin], Virgil Joseph [tnr vcl/rh gt], Eugene “Gene” Sweet [dobro]. Producer: Estel Lee Scarborough)
015 ST-3260 ROAD OF SHAME Starday SEP-135/Rounder 1014
016 ST-3261 HILLS OF GLORY SEP-135
017 ST-3262 THE GUIDING LIGHT SEP-135
018 ST-3263 JUST A FEW WORDS SEP-135
The above recordings were leased to STARDAY Records.
1963 [Rite no 699] Cincinnati, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Curly Tuttle [bari vcl/mandolin], Dale Shore [bass vcl/banjo]. Producers: Roy Shepard & Bill Lanham)
019 11295 THE GREAT BEYOND Ark No. 301 Melody EP-110-B-45
020 11295 HOLDING ON No. 301 EP-110-B-45
021 11296 CHILDHOOD MEMORIES No. 301 Melody EP-110-A-45
022 11296 LIFE ETERNAL No. 301 EP-110-A-45
The above recordings leased to MELODY Records 1966.
1964 [Rite no 1279] Hamilton, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], James Timothy “Jim” Hardin [vcl/mandolin], Jack Cooke [bass].Producer: Rev. William M.Jones)
023 12741 THE BRIDGE OF LOVE Melody 103
024 12742 END OF MY JOURNEY 103
MELODY Records owned by Rev. William M. Jones.
1964 Lexington, KY – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], Dale Shore [bass vcl/banjo], poss. Curly Tuutle [bari vcl/mandolin]. Producer: Bob Mooney)
025 RK4M-8392 I’M SO LONELY I COULD DIE Rem 45-355
026 RK4M-8393 ROLL BIG WHEEL ROLL 45-355
1968 Melody Sound Studio, Hamilton, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners with Sandy Kaye (Dave Woolum [vcl-1/gt], Alexandra “Sandy” Kaye [vcl-2], Virgil Joseph [tnr vcl-3/gt], Dale Shore [bass vcl-4/banjo], Jim Hardin [high bari vcl-5/mandolin], Kenneth “Kenny” McVey [dobro], Rollin’ Bennett [fiddle]. Producer: William M. Jones)
027 PLEASE COME BACK Melody MLP-15
028 HILLS OF GLORY MLP-15
029 I’M SO LONELY I COULD DIE MLP-15
030 OLD AGE Melody MLP-15
031 SAINT TO A SINNER MLP-15
032 SALLY GOODIN’ MLP-15
033 THE OLD HOME PLACE MLP-15
034 THE CABIN ON THE HILL MLP-15
035 WHERE NO ONE STANDS ALONE MLP-15
036 END OF MY JOURNEY MLP-15
037 JESUS SAVIOUR PILOT ME MLP-15
038 THE GREATEST REUNION OF THEM ALL MLP-15
1970 Melody Sound Studio, Hamilton, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], poss. Paris Decker [mandolin] + unknown musicians. Producer: William M. Jones)
039 WANDERING SHEEP Pine Tree PTSLP-501
040 I’M MAKING PLANS PTSLP-501
041 ROAD OF SHAME PTSLP-501
042 THE GUIDING LIGHT PTSLP-501
043 I’LL BE NO STRANGER THERE PTSLP-501
044 ARE YOU WASHED IN THE BLOOD PTSLP-501
045 LET’S SING THE OLD TIME HYMNS PTSLP-501
046 SPRINGTIME IN HEAVEN PTSLP-501
047 I’M USING MY BIBLE FOR A ROAD MAP PTSLP-501
048 MY MOTHER’S BIBLE PTSLP-501
049 THE GREAT SPECKLED BIRD PTSLP-501
050 CRYING HOLY PTSLP-501
1971 Melody Sound Studio, Hamilton, OH – Dave Woolum, Paris Decker & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [vcl/gt], poss. Paris Decker [mandolin] + unknown musicians)
051 RIVER DARKNESS Pine Tree PTSLP-508
052 HAVE YOU HEARD? Pine Tree PTSLP-508
053 IT'S WONDERFUL TO KNOW Pine Tree PTSLP-508
054 HE TOOK YOUR PLACE Pine Tree PTSLP-508
055 JUST A FEW WORDS Pine Tree PTSLP-508
056 I SAW THE LIGHT Pine Tree PTSLP-508
057 MY SAVIOUR LEADS ME ALL THE WAY Pine Tree PTSLP-508
058 MOTHER TAUGHT ME TO READ Pine Tree PTSLP-508
059 HILLS OF GLORY Pine Tree PTSLP-508
060 THE MORNING LIGHT Pine Tree PTSLP-508
061 WHEN I WALK DOWN THE STREETS OF GOLD Pine Tree PTSLP-508
062 LIGHT AT THE RIVER Pine Tree PTSLP-508
1978 Hamilton, OH – Dave Woolum & The Laurel County Partners (Dave Woolum [ld vcl/gt], Virgil Joseph [tnr vcl/rh gt], Jim Hardin [high bari vcl/mandolin], Wayne Hall [flat top gt], Ernie Elam [flat top gt], John Huff [banjo], Wilbur Hall [banjo], Willis Barker [dobro], Greg Booth [bass], Dale Shore [bass vcl/bass])
063 THE GUIDING LIGHT Pine Tree PTSLP-543
064 THE FOGGY MOUNTAIN TOP PTSLP-543
065 THE BRIDGE OF LOVE PTSLP-543
066 LONELY NIGHTS PTSLP-543
067 CHILDHOOD MEMORIES PTSLP-543
068 COME WALK WITH ME PTSLP-543
069 DONE GONE AND DONE IT PTSLP-543
070 BLUE, BLUE MEMORIES PTSLP-543
071 ROLL BIG WHEEL ROLL PTSLP-543
072 PLEASE COME BACK PTSLP-543
073 MAKING PLANS PTSLP-543
074 HILLS OF GLORY PTSLP-543

ALBUMS
Melody MLP-15 The Greatest Reunion Of Them All: Please Come Back; Hills Of Glory; I'm So Lonely I Could Die; Old Age; Saints To A Sinner; Sally Goodin'; The Old Home Place; The Cabin On A Hill; Where No One Stands Alone; End Of My Journey; Jesus Saviour Pilot Me; The Greatest Reunion Of All – 68 (MX 20236/6, rev. Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.3, #8-February 1969)
Pine Tree PTSLP-501 Let’s Sing The Old Time Hymns: Wandering Sheep; I'm Making Plans; Road Of Shame; The Guiding Light; I'll Be No Stranger There; Are You Washed In The Blood; Lets Sing The The Old Time Hymns; Springtime In Heaven; I'm Using My Bible For A Roadmap; My Mother's Bible; The Great Speckled Bird; Crying Holy Unto The Lord – 70 (rev. Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.5, #5-November 1970)
Pine Tree PTSLP-508 It's Wonderful To Know: River Darkness; Have You Heard?; It's Wonderful To Know; He Took Your Place; Just A Few Words; I Saw The Light; My Saviour Leads Me All The Way; Mother Taught Me To Read; Hills Of Glory; The Morning Light; When I Walk Down The Streets Of Gold; Light At The River – 71 (rev. Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.6, #10-April 1972)
Pine Tree PTSLP-543 Done Gone And Done It: The Guiding Light; The Foggy Mountain Top; The Bridge Of Love; Lonely Nights; Childhood Memories; Come Walk With Me; Done Gone And Done It; Blue, Blue Memories; Roll Big Wheel Roll; Please Come Back; Making Plans; Hills Of Glory – 78 (rev. Bluegrass Unlimited Vol.13, #7-January 1979)

SINGLES
Excellent
45-209 Maple On The Hill / Rolling Stone – 01-54
EX-224 I Ain’t Gonna Let Her Do It Anymore / Single Girl Married Girl – 09-55 (rev. Sept. 10)
307 Don’t Blame Me / Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy - 56
308 Family Reunion / Let The Saviour In – 56 The Logan & Laurel County Boys
Starday 45-311 It’s So Nice / Done Gone And Done It - 08-57 (rev. Aug. 12)
EX-403 It’s Wonderful / Have You Heard – 06-58
Sage 45-286 Old Age / Noah’s Breakdown – ca 03-59
Arvis (1959)
103 Blue Blue Memory / You Wanna – 21-12-59
Starday (1960)
EP
SEP-135 Dave Woolum, Curly Tuttle & The Laurel County Boys: Road Of Shame; Hills Of Glory; The Guiding Light; Just A Few Words – 60
Ark (1963)
EP
EP-301 The Great Beyond; Holding On / Childhood Memories; Life Eternal – 63 (reissued on Mwlody EP-110 in 1966)
Melody
103 The Bridge Of Love / End Of My Journey – 64
Rem
45-355 I’m So Lonely I Could Die / Roll Big Wheel Roll - 64

Roger Sovine

Roger Wayne Sovine, *17-02-1943 Eleanor, WV
By Praguefrank
SESSIONS



ca January 1968 Nashville, TN – Roger Sovine (Producer: Scott Turner, John Danny)
001 IM-6446 CULLMAN, ALABAMA Imperial 66291
002 IM-6447 SAVANNAH, GEORGIA VAGRANT Imperial 66291
ca June 1968 Nashville, TN – Roger Sovine (Producer: Scott Turner, John Danny)
003 HOME TOWN BLUES 66322
004 RIVER GIRL 66322
005 IM 6558 LOVE TOOK MY HEART 66344
006 IM 6559 A RAILROAD TRESSELL IN CALIFORNIA 66344
ca June 1969 Nashville, TN – Roger Sovine
007 IM 6668 LITTLE BITTY NITTY GRITTY DIRT TOWN 66398
008 SON  66398
ca March 1970 Nashville, TN – Roger Sovine (Producer: Scott Turner)
009 IM 6770 THE STAR 66449
010 IM 6771 THAT WAS ONCE UPON A TIME 66449
ca April 1971 Nashville, TN – Roger Wayne Sovine (Producer: Roger Sovine)
011 OVERNIGHT SUCCESS Barnaby ZS7-2030
012 KINDA DOWN ON MY LUCK Barnaby ZS7-2030
013 A TYPICAL AMERICAN BOY ZS7-2046
014 IT'S COLD IN TULSA ZS7-2046


SINGLES
Imperial (1968)
66291 Cullman, Alabama / Savannah, Georgia Vagrant - 03-68
66322 Home Town Blues / River Girl - 08-68
66344 Love Took My Heart / A Railroad Tressell In California - 12-68
66398 Little Bitty Nitty Gritty Dirt Town / Son - 08-69
66449 S The Star / That Was Once Upon A Time – 04-70
Barnaby (1971) as by Roger Wayne Sovine
ZS7-2030 Kinda Down On My Luck / Overnight Success - 05-71
ZS7-2046 A Typical American Boy / It's Cold In Tulsa - 10-71
 

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.