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samedi 7 mai 2016

Open The Door, Richard



01 - She's Gone Away
02 - Stairway To Nowhere
03 - Raining the Blues
04 - Open The Door, Richard
05 - Shut Your Mouth
06 - Wedding Bells
07 - The Man With The Heart Of Gold
08 - The Battle Of Earl Long
09 - Ain't I'm A Mess (as Bart Barton)
10 - Walk With Me (as Bart Barton)
11 - Hey, Good Lookin'
12 - Whirlpool
13 - No Letter Today
14 - Herd Of Turtles
15 - No Good Without You
16 - You Are My Sunshine
17 - I Was Born For You
18 - Have You Ever Been Lonely
19 - Always Anytime, Anymore
20 - Have I Told You Lately That I Love You


Compiled by oldie1.
Home made covers

8 commentaires:

Bayou Bum a dit…

Great post, Thanks.

Mellow a dit…

I have the original 45 of "Stairway to Nowhere" / "Raining the Blues," it's one of my favorits. Such a great singer!

DrunkenHobo a dit…

Found on the net. IN THE CAN : JUNE 1960

June 1, 1960 : ERNIE BARTON does a session at the new Sun studio (639
Madison Avenue, Memphis), but all songs have remained unissued until now.
They are : "Have You Ever Been Lonely", "Have I Told You Lately That I
Love You", "Herd Of Turtles", "Hey Good Lookin'", "I Walk the Line",
"I Was Born For You", "No Good Without You" and "No Letter Today".
Personnel : Scotty Moore, Brad Suggs (guitars) ; Billy Riley (bass) ;
Larry Mohoberac (piano) ; D.J. Fontana (drums). And three violin players.
Probably recorded at the same session is a single by Ernie Barton's wife,
Bobbie Jean Barton. "You Burned the Bridges"/"Cheaters Never Win" is
released on Sun 342 on July 7, credited to Bobbie Jean.
http://members.home.nl/henk.gorter/Itc6006.html

So you can tag as Phillips Int. (TN) Unissued Demo (1960)

DrunkenHobo a dit…

http://www.706unionavenue.nl/64258533

has a more complete Ernie Barton Session list at Sun.

Uncle Gil a dit…

Thanks DrunkenHobo !

Mellow a dit…

The personal you mentioned DrunkenHobo is not present on the tracks inlcuded here. They were demo tapes by Barton with only him singing and playing acoustic guitar. On some tracks, there's also an electric guitar.

367 a dit…

please Re-up this !

367 a dit…

many thanks !