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Re: Jamo Thomas. Hi! A "new hear" here. Jamo Thomas & His Party bros. Orch. Brass is very Soulful, but guitar play has a certain Country "twang" to it. "B" side of "I Spy For
rntcj
Mar 13
#3830
 
3829
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Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com
Mar 13
#3829
 
3828
Re: Mr. Sandman Hi! Hey Larry! Thanx for ALL the info. Interesting stuff. Cheers! Ciao! for now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 12
#3828
 
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3827
Re: Mr. Sandman This was issued on RCA Victor 5938 in 1954. The flip side was "Penny Candy". Thanks for the ad. Merv had some success in the country music field...twice. He
Larry Davis
Mar 10
#3827
 
3826
Re: Merv Shiner. Hi! A "new hear" here. Nice Western Swing sound, eh?! Thought it would be appreciated here. Found info on Merv's releases but NOT this one. Can anyone please
rntcj
Mar 10
#3826
 
3825
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Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com
Mar 10
#3825
 
3824
Re: Songs for Spring and Ireland You're scaring me, Larry - I used to play his music from vinyl back on college radio - and it wasn't as "oldies" either (OK, the 1959 album was, sorta,
countrypaul
Mar 10
#3824
 
3823
Re: Songs for Spring and Ireland Ah, another Lehrer fan confesses. :) I don't recall hearing Dr. Demento, but have seen his name on things. My Irish friend, now back in Ireland after many
Ron McConnell
Mar 10
#3823
 
3822
Re: Songs for Spring and Ireland Humm, just noticed I hadn't OK'd attachments in this group yet. That should be fixed now. Larry
Larry Davis
Mar 9
#3822
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3821
Re: Songs for Spring and Ireland I'm a big fan of Lehrer's too, Ron. I think I first heard him on Dr. Demento's radio shows decades ago. It's instructive to note that he was recording from
Larry Davis
Mar 9
#3821
 
3820
Songs for Spring and Ireland Maybe I should start with an apology for stretching the "coulda" of "Coulda Been Country." :) Today the talk at church, online and elsewhere seemed to be about
Ron McConnell
Mar 9
#3820
 
3819
Re: Esther Phillips. Hi! Track from comp "Where Country Met Soul". "B" side of single Atlantic 2304. Cheers! Ciao! For now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 7
#3819
 
3818
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Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com
Mar 7
#3818
 
3817
Re: Adam Wade. Hi! OOPS!! Didn't see it posted..... your is under "Wade, Adam" so missed it. Deleted other. Cheers! Ciao! For now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 6
#3817
 
3816
Re: Adam Wade. Is that different from the version I had posted? Larry Davis
Larry Davis
Mar 5
#3816
 
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3815
Re: Adam Wade. Hi! Thanx for the other tracks..... Added 1 last one, single Coed 550. Cheers! Ciao! For now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 5
#3815
 
3814
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Coulda-Been-Country@yahoogroups.com
Mar 5
#3814
 
3813
Re: Adam Wade. Good choice for the group. I've added six more songs by Wade. "As If I Didn't Know" was #10 in 1961. "Take Good Care Of Her" was #7 and "Writing On The Wall"
Larry Davis
Mar 2
#3813
 
3812
Re: Adam Wade II Hi! Yet another Soulful Country song. "B" side of Coed 550. Cheers! Ciao! For now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 2
#3812
 
3811
Re: Adam Wade. hi! Unable to "edit" upload. Another "new discovery" in music collection. Soulful Country sound. Single Coed 553. Cheers! Ciao! For now. rntcj
rntcj
Mar 2
#3811
 
3810
Re: Comp. Peter I bought Meade et al just before the Russell discography. As you say, it too is a work of scholarship and perseverance of effort on the part of the
Andrew Smith
Feb 16
#3810
 
3809
Re: Comp. ... Yes. I've had the Discography for some years now, and it is stupendous. Glad to hear that you've used his bible for a roadmap. :-) Given how well the
Peter Shenkin
Feb 16
#3809
 
3808
Re: Comp. Peter: Yes, I have read Tony Russell's "Country Music Originals" (I have it in paperback and on Kindle). It's especially interesting since it covers some of
Andrew Smith
Feb 16
#3808
 
3807
Re: Comp. And let's not forget that Bill Monroe got his start playing with Arnold Shultz (a fact that he repeatedly referred to over his life), who also influenced Mose
Peter Shenkin
Feb 16
#3807
 
3806
Re: Comp. Tony Russell's "Blacks, Whites and Blues" first published in the 1970s, and now possibly unavailable, is an excellent introduction to the fusion of "white" and
Andrew Smith
Feb 16
#3806
 
3805
Re: Comp. Larry, There are two "Sitting On Top Of The World" songs (that I know of). There's "I'm sitting on top of the world, just rollin' along...", which was the
Peter Shenkin
Feb 16
#3805
 
3804
Re: Comp. There are several questionable choices on the comp. claiming all those songs came out of country music. "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World" was a hit for Al
Larry Davis
Feb 16
#3804
 
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3803
Re: Comp. If anything, Larry, I think Black->White is the more prevalent direction. I almost listed Wills's "Corrine, Corrina", but of course that song has mainly
Peter Shenkin
Feb 16
#3803
 
3802
Re: Comp. http://countrymusichalloffame.org/records/track-list/various-artists-from-where-i-stand-the-black-experience-in-country-music
fiftiestwo
Feb 16
#3802
 
3801
Re: Comp. And at least in Sonny James case, examples of country singers doing soul music :-) Debbie Boone did "When The Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes". Tommy
Larry Davis
Feb 16
#3801
 
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