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Country and crossover since 1920s and my favorite artists of all genres too...
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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Robinette & Moore

SESSIONS
By Henk Scholts
10 April 1929 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, In - Byrd Moore & Melvin Robinette/*Melvin Robinette
001 G15020 BIRMINGHAM JAIL Gennett 6841 Challenge 15750 Supertone 9536 Superior 2640/DOCD-8055
002 G15021 GOOD BYE SWEETHEART Gennett 7068 Supertone 9536/ DOCD-8055
003 G15022 WHEN THE SNOWFLAKES FALL AGAIN Gennett 6841 Champion 15732 Supertone 9560/ DOCD-8055
004 G15027 MAMA DONT ALLOW HANGIN AROUND Gennett 6991 DOCD-8055
005 G15028 FLOP EARED MULE* Gennerr 6884 Supertone 9500/ DOCD-8055
006 G15029 FAVORITE TWO STEP Gennett 6957/ DOCD-8055
007 G15030 THAT OLD TIGER RAG Genntt 6957 Challenge 427 Superior 2696/ DOCD-8055
11 April 1929 Gennett Recording Studio, Starr Piano Company Building, Whitewater Gorge Park, Richmond, In - Byrd Moore & Melvin Robinette
008 G15036 LAST DAYS IN GEORGIA Gennett 6884 Superior 2696 Supertone 9500/County LP 527 DOCD-8055

ALBUMS
Document [UK] DOC-8055 Grayson & Whitter Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 2: 1928-1929: [Grayson & Whitter:] Nine Pound Hammer; Short Life Of Trouble; I've Always Been A Rambler; Where Are You Going, Alice?; A Dark Road Is A Hard Road To Travel; Barnyard Serenade; Little Maggie With A Dram Glass In Her Hand; On The Banks Of The Old Tennessee; Never Be As Fast As I Have Been; I Have Lost You Darling, True Love; That Old Tiger Rag; Tom Dooley ; Going Down The Lee Highway; I Saw A Man At The Close Of Day ;What You Gonna Do With The Baby; [Robinette & Moore:] Birmingham Jail; Good Bye Sweetheart; When The Snowflakes Fall Again; Mama Don't Alllow No Low Down Hangin' Around; Flop Eared Mule; Last Days In Georgia - 00

SINGLES
Gennett (1929)
Gennett
6841 Birmingham Jail / When The Snowflakes Fall Again* - (*as by Byrd Moore)
7068 Good Bye Sweetheart /? (as by Martin & Roberts)
6991 Mama Don't Alllow No Low Down Hangin' Around* / ? - (*as by Byrd Moore)
6884 Flop Eared Mule / Last Days In Georgia
6957 Favorite Two Step / That Old Tiger Rag
Champion
15750 Birmingham Jail / [Rutherford & Foster] - as by Ezra Hill & Henry Johnson
15732 When The Snowflakes Fall Again / [Rutherford & Foster] - as by Henry Johnson
Supertone
9500 Flop Eared Mule / Last Days In Georgia – (as by Clark & Howell)
9536 Good Bye Sweetheart / Birmingham Jail - (as by Clark & Howell)
9560 When The Snowflakes Fall Again* / ? - (* as by Harry Carter)
Superior
2696 That Old Tiger Rag / Last Days In Georgia – (as by Jack Burdette & Bert Moss)
2640 Birmingham Jail / [Rutherford & Foster]
Challenge
427 That Old Tiger Rag / [Hoke Rice & Louie Donaldson:] - (as by Robinson & Evans)

Grayson & Whitter / Henry Whitter

SESSIONS
By Henk Scholts, Tony Russell (in Country Discography, 1921-1942), Thieu Van De Vorst & Praguefrank

ca 10 December 1923 New York City – Henry Whitter
001 72159-A RAIN CROW BILL BLUES OKeh 40187
002 72160-A LOST TRAIN BLUES 40029
003 72161-A OLD TIME FOX CHASE 40029
004 72162 unknown title
005 72163-A WEEPING WILLOW TREE 40187
006 72164-A STORMY WAVE BLUES 40143
004 72165-A BROKEN ENGAGEMENT BLUES 40229
008 72166-A THE KAISER AND UNCLE SAM 40229
009 72167-A WRECK OF THE OLD SOUTHERN 97 40015
010 72168-A LONESOME ROAD BLUES 40015
ca 25 February 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
011 72339-A SYDNEY ALLEN 40109
012 72340-A WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN SO LONG? 40109
013 72341-A NEW RIVER TRAIN 40143
014 72342-A CHICKEN, YOU BETTER GO BEHIND THE BARN 40077
015 72343 unknown title
016 72344-A SHE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN 40063
ca 26 February 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
017 72347-A WEEPING BLUES 40120
018 72348-A HOP OUT LADIES AND SHORTENIN' BREAD 40064
019 72349-A DOUBLE HEADED TRAIN 40120
020 72350-A LITTLE BROWN JUG 40063
021 72351-A WESTERN COUNTRY 40077
022 72352-A TIPPY TWO STEP BLUES 40064
ca 16 July 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter/*Henry Whitter¢s Virginia Breakdowners (Henry Whitter [vcl/gt], John Rector [vcl/gt], James Sutphin [fiddle])
023 72679-B ROUND TOWN GIRL * 40320
024 72680-A BLACK EYED SUSAN * 40320
025 72684-A JENNY LIND POLKA * 40211
026 72685-A NELLIE GRAY * 40211
027 72686-A THE DRUNKARD'S CHILD 40169
028 72687-A GOIN' DOWN THE ROAD FEELING BAD 40169
029 72691-A MISSISSIPPI SAWYERS* OKeh 7005 [12“]
030 72692-A SOURWOOD MOUNTAIN* OKeh 7005 [12“]
19 November 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
031 72978-B RABBIT RACE 40269/OHCS -165
032 72979-A FAREWELL TO THEE 40269
19 or 20 November 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
033 72982-A WATERMELON HANGING ON THE VINE 40296
034 72983-A ELLEN SMITH 40237
035 72984-A KEEP MY SKILLET GOOD AND GREASY 40296
036 72985-A TRAVELING MAN 40237
20 November 1924 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
037 72986-A LONG TONGUE WOMAN 40352
038 72987-A THE DOLLAR AND THE DEVIL 40352
23 April 1925 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
039 73310-A LOST JOHN 40391
23 or 24 April 1925 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
040 73311-A PEEK-A-BOO 40391
041 73312-A LOVE ME WHILE I'M LIVING 40403
042 73313-A MY DARLING'S BLACK MUSTACHE 40395
043 73314 I WISH I WAS SINGLE AGAIN 40375?
044 73315-A THE CLOUDS GWINE TO ROLL AWAY 40395
23 April 1925 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
045 73316-A GOODBYE, OLD BOOZE 40403
046 73317-A THE BUTCHER BOY 40375
1 July 1925 Atlanta, GA – Henry Whitter
047 9210-A THE STORY BY THE MOONLIGHT 45003
048 9211-A LIZA JANE 45003
049 9212-A I WISH I WAS SINGLE GIRL AGAIN 40375?
21 April 1926 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
050 80003-A MANY TIMES WITH YOU I'VE WANDERED 45053
051 80004-A GOIN' DOWN TO JORDAN TO BE BAPTIZED 45053
22 April 1926 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
052 74137-A I WISH I WAS SINGLE GIRL AGAIN 45045
053 74138-A PUT MY LITTLE SHOES AWAY 45046
054 74139 THE OLD GREY MARE unissued
055 74140-A THE HEART OF OLD GALAX 45045
056 74141-A GO BURY ME BENEATH THE WILLOW TREE 45046
057 74142 IT'S A ROUGH ROAD TO GEORGIA unissued
ca August 1926 Chicago, IL – Henry Whitter
058 2777-1 THERE WAS AN OLD TRAMP Broadway 8026 Herwin 75536
059 2778 untraced
060 2779-3 GEO. COLLINS Broadway 8026 Herwin 75536
061 2780 untraced
062 2781 untraced
063 2782-2 THE SNOW STORM Paramount 33183 Broadway 8023 Herwin 75537
064 2783-3 THE EXPLOSION AT ECCLES, WEST VIRGINIA Paramount 33183 Broadway 8023 Herwin 75537
7 September 1926 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
065 80088-A HAND ME DOWN MY WALKING CANE 45061
066 80089-A SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO HOME 45061
067 80090 A WOMAN'S TONGUE HAS NO END unissued
068 80091 THE BURGULAR MAN unissued
069 80092 GEORGE COLLINS unissued
070 80093 BROKEN ENGAGEMENT unissued
18 October 1926 OKeh Recording Studio, 25 West 45th St., Manhattan, New York City – Henry Whitter
071 74396-A THE BROKEN ENGAGEMENT 45081
072 74397-A GEORGE COLLINS 45081
073 74398-A THE BURGULAR MAN 45063
074 74399-A A WOMAN'S TONGUE HAS NO END 45063
075 74400 OVERSHOES AND LEGGINS unissued
2 August 1927 410 State St., Bristol, TN – Henry Whitter
076 BVE-39758-2 HENRY WHITTER'S FOX CHASE Victor 20878/OHCS-165
077 BVE-39759-2 RAIN CROW BILL 20879
Btw. 10/15 October 1927 poss. Gennett Recording Studio, Woodside, Long Island, NY – G.B.Grayson & Henry Whitter
G01 GEX-903-A NOBODY­'S DARLING Gennett 6304 Champion 15395/OHC-165 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G02 GEX-904 I'LL NEVER BE YOURS (THE BANKS OF THE OHIO) 6373 15447 Silvertone 8160 Supertone 9247 Challenge 393/OHCS-165 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
G03 GEX-905 HANDSOME MOLLY 6304 15629/DU-33033 DOCD8054
G04 GEX-906-A SHOUT LULA 6373 15501/OHCS-165 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G05 GEX-907 YOU NEVER MISS YOUR MOTHER UNTIL SHE¢S GONE 6320 15395 Silvertone 8160 Supertone 9247 Challenge 394/OHCS-157 DOCD-8054
G06 GEX-908-A TRAIN NO.45 6320 15447 Challenge 397/OHCS-165 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G07 GEX-909-A JOHN HENRY THE STEEL DRIVING MAN rejected
G08 GEX-910-A,B HE'S COMING TO US DEAD rejected
18 October 1927 Atlanta, GA – G. B. Grayson & Henry Whitter
G09 BVE-40302-1 HANDSOME MOLLIE 21189 / LP 513 OHCS-165 County CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
G10 BVE-40303-1 HE IS COMING TO US DEAD 21139/LP 513 County CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
G11 BVE-40304-2 DON'T GO OUT TONIGHT 21139/LP 513 DOCD-8054
G12 BVE-40305-2 ROSE CONLEY 21625/OHCS-157 County CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
G13 BVE-40306-1 OMMIE WISE 21625/LP 513 County CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
G14 BVE-40307-2 TRAIN 45 21189 Bluebird B 5498/OHCS-157 County CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
21 February 1927 poss. Gennett Recording Studio, Woodside, Long Island, NY – G.B.Grayson & Henry Whitter/*Henry Whitter
G15 GEX-1091 SALLY GOODEN* Gennett 6733 15501/OHCS-165 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G16 GEX-1092 MINE IS FOR MARY (MY MIND IS TO MARRY) unissued/DU 33033 OHCS-157 DOCD-8054
G17 GEX-1093 SHE¢S MINE, ALL MINE* 6656 15465/OHCS-165 DOCD-8054
G18 GEX-1094 SWEET ROSIE O¢ GRADY* 6418/OHCS-165 DU-33033 [alt.] DOCD-8054
G19 GEX-1095-A I¢VE ALWAYS BEEN A RAMBLER rejected
G20 GEX-1096-A RED OF GREEN* 6418 15465 Challenge 397/DOCD-8054
G21 GEX-1097 CLUCK OLD HEN 6656 15629/ OHCS-165 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G22 GEX-1098 OLD JIMMY SUTTON 6436/ OHCS-165 DU-33033 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8054
31 July 1928 Victor Studio, 44th St., New York City – G. B. Grayson [vcl/fiddle] & Henry Whitter [vcl*/gt]
G23 BVE-46630-2 THE RED AND GREEN SIGNAL LIGHTS 40063/OHCS-157 DU-33033 DOCD-8054
G24 BVE-46631-2 JOKING HENRY 40038/L 513 DOCD-8054
G25 BVE-46632-1,2 THERE'S A MAN GOIN' ROUND TAKIN' NAMES unissued
G26 BVE-46633-2 THE NINE-POUND HAMMER* 40105/LP 513 DOCD-8055
G27 BVE-46634-2 SHORT LIFE OF TROUBLE 40105/LP 513/CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G28 BVE-46635-2 I'VE ALWAYS BEEN A RAMBLER 40324/LP 513 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G29 BVE-46636-1 WHERE ARE YOU GOING, ALICE? 40135/LP 513 DOCD-8055
G30 BVE-46637-1 A DARK ROAD IS A HARD ROAD TO TRAVEL 40063/LP 513 DOCD-8055
1 August 1928 Victor Studio, 44th St., New York City – G. B. Grayson & Henry Whitter
G31 BVE-46638 BARNYARD SERENADE 40038/OHCS-157 DOCD-8055
G32 BVE-46639 LITTLE MAGGIE WITH A DRAM GLASS IN HER HAND 40135 B-7072/OHCD-157 DOCD-8055
16 October 1928 Peach Tree Road, Atlanta, GA - Henry Whitter [harmonica]
078 BVE-47183-1 THE LOST GIRL OF WEST VIRGINIA 40061
079 BVE-47184-2 POOR LOST BOY 40061 Montgomery Ward M-4909/OHCS-165
30 September 1929 Memphis, TN – G. B. Grayson & Henry Whitter
G33 BVE-56309-2 ON THE BANK OF THE OLD TENNESSEE 40235 7072/OHCS-157 DU-33033 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G34 BVE-56310-2 NEVER BE AS FAST AS I HAVE BEEN 23565/OHCS-157 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G35 BVE-56311-2 I HAVE LOST YOU DARLING, TRUE LOVE 40268/OHCS-157 DU-33033 DOCD-8055
G36 BVE-56312-2 TOM DOOLEY 40235 /OHCS-157 DU 33033 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G37 BVE-56313-1 GOING DOWN THE LEE HIGHWAY 23565 B-5498 / OHCS-157 DU 33033 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
1 October 1929 Memphis, TN – G. B. Grayson & Henry Whitter/* Henry Whitter [harmonica]
G38 BVE-56322-1 I SAW A MAN AT THE CLOSE OF DAY 40324/LP 513 CO-CD-3517 DOCD-8055
G39 BVE-56323-1 THE COAL CREEK MINES unissued
G40 BVE-56324-1 WHAT YOU GONNA DO WITH THE BABY? 40268/LP-513 DOCD-8055
080 BVE-56325 FOX CHASE NO.2* 40292 B-5259 Montgomery Ward M-4909
081 BVE-56326 TRAIN BLUES* 40292
28 November 1930 Memphis, TN – Fisher Hendley – Marshall Small – Henry Whitter aka Aristocrats
082 BVE-64742 MAH YALLER GAL unissued
083 BVE-64743 A PRETTY GIRL'S LOVE B-6555
084 BVE-64743 ANOTHER MAN'S WIFE B-6555
085 BVE-64744 THE POSSUM HUNT unissued
29 November 1930 Memphis, TN – Fisher Hendley – Marshall Small – Henry Whitter
086 BVE-64748 SHUFFLE, FEET, SHUFFLE 23528
087 BVE-64749 TAR AND FEATHERS 23528
088 BVE-64750 PRETTY LITTLE GIRL unissued
089 BVE-64751 WHITTER'S RABBIT HUNT unissued

ALBUMS
County LP-513 The Recordings of G & W:
Handsome Molly; He Is Coming To Us Dead; Ommie Wise; Short Live And Trouble; Where Are You Going Alice; I’ve Always Been A Rambler; (Drunkard's Doom) I Saw A Man At The Close Of The Day; Joking Henry; Nine Pound Hammer; What You Gonna Do With The Baby; Don’t Go Out Tonight, My Darling; A Dark Road Is A Hard Road To Travel - 68
Davis Unlimited DU-33033 Going Down Lee Highway: Train 45 (Train No. 45); On The Banks Of The Old Tennessee; Sweet Rosie O'grady; I Have Lost You Darling, True Love; Nobody's Darling On Earth; Lee Highway Blues (Going Down Leehighway); Handsome Molly; Shout Lulu; Red And Green Signal Lights; Cluck Old Hen; Tom Dooley; Sally Goodin; Coo Coo (Bird) (My Mind Is To Marry); Old Jimmy Sutton - 73
Old Homestead OHCS-157 GB Grayson & Henry Whitter Early Classics Volume 1: Train Fourty-Five; Rose Conley;On The Banks Of The Old Tennessee; Tom Dooley; Little Maggie; Never Be As Fast; Lee Highway Blues; I Have Lost You Darling; True Love; The Red And The Green Signal Light; Barnyard Serenade; You'll Never Miss Your Mother; My Mind Is To Marry – 84 (reissued as part of OHCD-157/165)
Old Homestead OHCS-165 GB Grayson & Henry Whitter Early Classics Volume 2:Handsome Molly; Shout Lula; Rabbit Race; Nobody's Darling; Old Train (alt.); Sally Gooden; I’ll Never Be Yours; Cluck Old Hen; Poor Lost Boy; Old Jimmy Sutton; She's All Mine; Fox Chase; Sweet Rose O'Grady – 85 (reissued as part of OHCD-157/165)
County CO-CD-3517 The Recordings of Grayson & Whitter: Recorded 1928-1930: I've Always Been A Rambler; Handsome Mollly; (Drunkard's Doom) I Saw A Man At The Close Of Day; Going Down The Lee Highway; Never Be As Fast As I Have Been; Ommie Wise;On The Banks Of The Old Tennessee; Rose Conley; Train Forty-Five’ I'll Never Be Yours; Short Life Of Trouble; Old Jimmy Sutton; Tom Dooley; A Dark Road Is A Hard Road To Travel; He Is Coming To Us Dead - 98
Document [UK] DOC-8054 Grayson & Whitter Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 1: 1927-1928: Nobody's Darling But Mine; I'll Never Be Yours; Handsome Molly; Shout Lula; You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone; Train 45; Handsome Molly; He Is Coming To Us Dead.; Don't Go Out Tonight, My Darling; Rose Conley; Ommie Wise; Train 45; Sally Goodin'; My Mind Is To Marry; She's Mine, All Mine; Sweet Rosie O'Grady; Sweet Rosie O'Grady; Red And Green Signal Lights; luck Old Hen; Old Jimmy Sutton; Red And Green Signal Lights; Joking Henry - 00
Document [UK] DOC-8055 Grayson & Whitter Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Vol. 2: 1928-1929: [Grayson & Whitter:] Nine Pound Hammer; Short Life Of Trouble; I've Always Been A Rambler; Where Are You Going, Alice?; A Dark Road Is A Hard Road To Travel; Barnyard Serenade; Little Maggie With A Dram Glass In Her Hand; On The Banks Of The Old Tennessee; Never Be As Fast As I Have Been; I Have Lost You Darling, True Love; That Old Tiger Rag; Tom Dooley ; Going Down The Lee Highway; I Saw A Man At The Close Of Day ;What You Gonna Do With The Baby; [Robinette & Moore:] Birmingham Jail; Good Bye Sweetheart; When The Snowflakes Fall Again; Mama Don't Alllow No Low Down Hangin' Around; Flop Eared Mule; Last Days In Georgia - 00
BACM [UK] CD D 348 Early Country Singer: Wreck Of The Southern Old 97; Chicken You'd Better Go Behind The Barn; She's Coming Round The Mountain; Double Headed Train (Solo); Little Brown Jug;Round Town Girl; Black Eyed Susan; Jenny Lind Polka; Nellie Gray; The Drunkard's Child; Rabbit Race (Solo); The Long Tongued Woman; Butcher Boy; I Wish I Was A Single Girl Again;Put My Little Shoes Away; The Old Gray Mare; Go Bury Me Beneath The Willow; It's A Rough Road To Georgia; George Collins; The Snow Storm; The Explosion At Eccles West Virginia;The Lost Girl Of West Virginia (Solo); Poor Lost Boy (Solo) – 11 Henry Whitter

SINGLES
OKeh (1923-27) Henry Whitter
40015 Wreck Of The Old Southern 97 / Lonesome Road Blues - 23
40029 Lost Train Blues / Old Time Fox Chase
40063 She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain / Little Brown Jug
40064 Hop Light Ladies (Hop Out Ladies And Shortenin') / Tippy Two Step Blues
40077 Chicken, You Better Go Behind The Barn / Western Country
40109 Sidney Allen / Where Have You Been So Long?
40120 The Weeping Blues / Double Headed Train
40143 Stormy Wave Blues / New River Train
40187 Rain Crow Bill Blues / Weeping Willow Tree
40211 Jenny Lind Polka / Nellie Gray
40169 The Drunkard's Child / Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad
7005 [12“] Mississippi Sawyers / Sourwood Mountain
40229 Broken Engagement Blues /The Kaiser And Uncle Sam
40237 Ellen Smith / Traveling Man
40269 Rabbit Race / Farewell To Thee
40296 Watermelon Hanging On The Vine / Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy
40320 'Round Town Girl / Black Eyed Susan
40352 Long Tongued Woman / The Dollar And The Devil
40375 I Wish I Was Single Again / The Butcher Boy
40391 Lost John / Peek-A-Boo
40395 My Darling's Black Mustache / The Clouds Gwine To Roll Away
40403 Love Me While I’m Living / Goodbye, Old Booze
45003 The Story By The Moonlight / Liza Jane
45045 I Wish I Was Single Again / Heart Of Old Galax
45046 Put My Little Shoes Away / Go Bury Me Beneath The Willow Tree
45053 Many Times With You I‘ve Wandered / Goin‘Down To Jordan To Be Baptized
45061 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / Show Me The Way To Go Home
Victor (1927-30) G.B.Grayson & Henrty Whitter, *Henry Whitter
20878 Fox Chase / Rain On Crow Hill – 27*
21139 He Is Coming To Us Dead / Don't Go Out Tonight, My Darling – 02-28
21189 Handsome Mollie / Train 45 – 03-28
21625 Rose Conley / Ommie Wise – 10-28
V-40038 Joking Henry / Barnyard Serenade – 03-29
V-40061 Lost Girl Of West Virginia / Poor Lost Boy – 05-29*
V-40063 The Red And Green Signal Lights / A Dark Road Is A Hard To Travel – 05-29
V-40105 The Nine Pound Hammer / Short Life Of Trouble – 08-29
V-40135 Where Are You Going, Alice? / Little Maggie With A Dram Glass In Her Hand - 29
V-40235 On The Bank Of The Old Tennessee / Tom Dooley
V-40268 I Have Lost You Darling, True Love / What You Gonna Do With The Baby?
V-40292 Fox Chase #2 / Train Blues *
V-40324 I've Always Been A Rambler / I Saw A Man At The Close Of Day
23528 Shuffle, Feet, Shuffle / Tar And Feathers Fisher Hendley – Marshall Small – Henry Whitter – 04-31
23565 Never Be As Fast As I Have Been / Going Down The Lee Highway – 09-31
Bluebird
B-5498 Train 45 / Going Down The Lee Highway - 34
B-6555 A Pretty Girl's Love / Another Man's Wife - 36 Fisher Hendley – Marshall Small – Henry Whitter As by Aristocrats
B-7072 On The Bank Of The Old Tennessee / ? - 37
Montgomery Ward
M-4909 Poor Lost Boy / Fox Chase No. 2* - 36
Paramount (1926)
Broadway / Herwin
8023/75537 The Snow Storm / The Explosion At Eccles, West Virginia (also on Paramount 33183)
8026/75536 There Was An Old Tramp / Geo. Collins
Gennett (1927-28)
6304 Nobody's Darling / Handsome Molly
6373 I'll Never Be Yours (The Banks Of The Ohio) / Shout Lula
6320 Train No.45 / You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone
6418 Sweet Rosie O'Grady / Red Or Green Signal Light
6436 Old Jimmy Sutton [Dawson Dave]
6656 She's Mine, All Mine / Cluck Old Hen
6733 Sally Gooden / [E.Stoneman]
Champion (s By G.Thomas & W.Letty (Whitter))
15395 Nobody's Darling / You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone - as By G.Thomas & W.Letty (Whitter))
15447 I'll Never Be Yours (The Banks Of The Ohio) / Train No.45
15465 She's Mine, All Mine / Red Or Green Signal Light
15501 Shout Lula / Sally Gooden as by Norman Gayle
15629 Handsome Molly / Cluck Old Hen - As By Henry Whitter & G.B. Grayson
Silvertone
8160 I'll Never Be Yours (The Banks Of The Ohio) / You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone
Supertone
9247 I'll Never Be Yours (The Banks Of The Ohio) / You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone
Challenge
393 I'll Never Be Yours (The Banks Of The Ohio) / [Marion Underwood & Sam Harris]
394 You'll Never Miss Your Mother Until She's Gone / [Roy Harvey]
397 Red Or Green Signal Light / Train No. 45 - as by David Foley

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.