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mardi 30 mai 2017

Midnight Train (UP)

537a - Tragic Romance - Cowboy Copas
537b - You Will Find Me Here - Cowboy Copas
538a - What'll I Do With The Baby-O - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
538b - The Yodelin' Mountaineer - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
539a - A Petal From A Faded Rose - Leon Rusk
539b - I See Through You - Leon Rusk
540a - Missouri - Hank Penny
540b - Get Yourself A Redhead - Hank Penny
541a - Dreamy Eyes - Carlisle Brothers
541b - She Won't Be My Baby No More - Carlisle Brothers
542a - I Can Tell Just As Plain - Jimmie Widener
542b - I'm All Through Trusting You - Jimmie Widener
543a - Workin' On A Building - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
543b - Mother's Only Sleeping - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
544a - After All - Hawkshaw Hawkins
544b - The Way I Love You - Hawkshaw Hawkins
545a - East Bound Freight Train - Grandpa Jones
545b - Get Things Ready (For Me Ma) - Grandpa Jones
546a - Until Dawn - Leon Rusk
546b - Dream Train Engineer - Leon Rusk
547a - (I Could Tell By) The Look In Her Eye - Riley Shepard
547b - These Precious Love Letters - Riley Shepard
548a - Midnight Train - Delmore Brothers
548b - Don't Forget Me - Delmore Brothers
550a - John Henry - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers
550b - I'll Remember You Love (In My Prayers) - J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers

Note : 549 (Hawkshaw Hawkins) unreleased but here are the tracks issued on recent comps...
King 549.zip
Both sides were recorded on Hawkins' first King session on July 6, 1946 (matrix # 2046 and 2047) in Cincinnati, OH, and are listed in the King catalog as a single, but there is no evidence of an actual single release on the web. Anyway both tracks appeared on the King LP, From Our Vaults, The Legend Lives On, Volume 3 (King 873) in 1963, from where the composer credits have been taken. Co-composer B. Williams of "The Time Will Come" is probably Robert "Bob" Williams who played lead guitar on the recording session. Note that the LP says "I Got The Blues" on the back cover with the credits but "I've Got The Blues" on the front cover, and that is what Hawkins actually sings. Comment by fixbutte at 45worlds.
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2 commentaires:

SWingB a dit…

Gracias, Danke & ThAnX!!! Sweeeeet!!!!!!!! ;)

MANUEL a dit…

Thank you very much