Christopher Booker & Candida Lycett Green: Goodbye London - An illustrated Guide To The Threatened Buildings.- London (Fontana) 1973, p. 62
source: Christopher Booker & Candida Lycett Green: "Goodbye London
An illustrated Guide To The Threatened Buildings".- London (Fontana) 1973, p. 62
scan courtesy Alan Balfour
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77 Records
discography

The 77 label was founded and owned by Doug Dobell ( -07/10/1987),
who used to run Dobell's Jazz Record Shop at 77 Charing Cross, London
This discography is a non-commercial labor-of-love and is in no way associated with any business firm.
All I know about the resp. artist's / label's musical output is shown on this page. To purchase out-of-print records I recommend an ebay, gemm or google search. And - sorry for that - I have not the time to answer any e-mails asking me about further information, let alone duplicating out-of-print recordings I happen to own.

Stefan Wirz   www.wirz.de

#

year of
release

titlenotes
 

LP series

LP/1
(195?)
Jack Elliot Sings

- Alabama Bound
- Good Morning Blues
- Talking Blues
- Rocky Mountain Belle

- Jesse Fuller's San Francisco Bay
- Fifteen Cents
- Mule Skinners
- John Henry

Ramblin' Jack Elliott discography

10 inch LP
notes by Alexis Korner
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77 LP/1

later issued on two EPs:
Collector JEA 5 and JEA 6

LP/2
(1957)
Alexis Korner's Breakdown Group:
Blues From The Roundhouse

featuring Cyril Davis

- Leaving Blues
- Roundhouse Stomp
- Rotten Break
- Skip To My Lou

- Streamline Train
- Alberta
- Ella Speed
- Good Morning
- Boll Weevil
10 inch LP
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77 LP/2
LP/3
(195?)
The Storyville Jazzmen


10 inch LP

77 LP/3
LP/4
(195?)
The Original Crane River Jazz Band Vol. 1

- A Miner's Dream Of Home
- Do What Ory Say
- Dusty Rag (Ken Colyer omitted)
- Joshua Fit De Battle

- Put On Your Old Grey Bonnet
- In Gloryland
- All The Whores (Ken Colyer omitted)
- Dauphin Street Blues
- Uptown Bump

Ken Colyer, cornet; Sonny Morris, cornet; John R.T. Davies, trombone; Monty Sunshine, clarinet; Pat Hawes, p; Julian Davies, b; Ben Marshall, bj; Ron Bowden, dr

10 inch LP
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77 LP/4
LP/5
(195?)
The Original Crane River Jazz Band Vol. 2

- Doctor Jazz
- Moose March
- Old Kentucky Home
- If I Ever Cease To Love

- Gypsy Lament
- Bobby Shafto
- Milenburg Joys
- Get Out Of Here
- Creole Song
10 inch LP

77 LP/5
LP/6
(195?)
Pat Hawes Jazzmen


10 inch LP

77 LP/6
LP/11
(10/1957)
Kid Thomas Valentine and his Algiers Stompers: New Orleans Today
A Jazz Document

- Maryland My Maryland
- Emanuel Paul Blues
- Dippermouth Blues
- Who's Sorry Now

- When the Saints
- Just A Little While To Stay Here
- Just A Closer
- Kid Thomas Boogie

10 inch LP
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77 LP/11
(limited edition)
LP/12
(1958)
Bob Wallis:
Storyville Re-Visited


- Dippermouth Blues *
- Snag It *
- St. Louis Blues *
- Lou-easy-an-i-a *

- Sing On * []
- Winter Wonderland #
- Collegian #
- Red Wing *

# rec. May 1957 at Metro Club, London: The Storyville Jazzmen: Bob Wallis, tr; Ginger Baker, dr; Johnny Mortimer, tbn; Les Woood, clt; Pete Gresham, p; Stu Winsley, b; Hugh Rainey, bj
* rec. September 25, 1957 at the Ken Colyer Club, London: The Hugh Rainey All Stars: Bob Wallis, tr; Ginger Baker, dr; [Mr.] Acker Bilk, clt; Marc Duncan, tbn; Bill Reid, b; Hugh Rainey, bj; [] R.T. Davis, as

10 inch LP
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77 LP/12
(limited edition of
100 copies)

(=) Lake LACD 257
"Vintage Acker Bilk"

LP/17
(195?)
The Original Crane River Jazz Band Vol. 3

- Just A Closer Walk With Thee
- Savoy Blues
- Creole Love Call

- South
- Lowdown Blues
- Ostrich Walk
10 inch LP

77 LP/17
LP/18
(1958)
The Original Crane River Jazz Band Vol. 4

- One Sweet Letter From You
- After Dark
- Just A Little While To Stay Here

- Down By The Riverside
- Old Kentucky Home
- The Bucket's Got a Hole In It
10 inch LP
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77 LP/18
LP/21
(195?)
Steve Benbow with Jimmie MacGregor: Sinful Songs

- Jack Tar On Shore
- As I Roved Out
- The Hermit
- The Derby Ram #
- Will The Weaver

- The Baffled Knight #
- Foggy Dew #
- Mole Catcher #
- The Gentleman Soldier []

rec. June 1958 at Burnham, Bucks by John R.T. Davies; Steve Benbow: voc, g, whistling; Jimmie McGregor, mandolin, g, # backing voc; [] John R.T. Davies, g
10 inch LP
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77 LP/21
 

EP series

EP/2
(195?)
Jack Elliott Sings Vol. 2

- John Henry
- Talking Blues

- San Francisco Blues
- Alabama Bound

Ramblin' Jack Elliott discography

7 inch EP
notes Alexis Korner
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77 EP/2
EP/4
(1957)
The Frog Island Skiffle Group

- House Of The Rising Sun
- Going Down The Road

- Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
- Another Man Done Gone
7 inch EP
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77 EP/4
EP/7
(1957)
Guy Caravan - His Banjo & Guitar

- Willy The Weaper
- South Coast

- Devilish Mary
- Ain't No More Cane On This Brazos
- I'm On My Way
7 inch EP
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77 EP/7
EP/15
(1957)
American Folk Song: Steve Benbow

- John Hardy
- Riding Down From Bangor

- Pretty Polly
– Venezuela

rec. October 31, 1957 by John R.T. Davies at Burnham, Bucks; Steve Benbow, voc, g; other noises by John R. T. Davies

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77 EP/15

www.stevebenbow.
btinternet.co.uk

EP/16
(1957)
English Folk Song: Steve Benbow

- The Ballad Of Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard
- A Boy's Best Friend

- Turpin Hero
- Go Down You Murderer, Go Down

rec. October 31, 1957 by John R.T. Davies at Burnham, Bucks; Steve Benbow, voc, g; other noises by John R. T. Davies

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77 EP/16

www.stevebenbow.
btinternet.co.uk

EP/??
(1958)
American Folk Songs

- Go Tell Aunt Rhodie (trad. arr. McGregor)
- Geno's Breakdown (Foreman)
- Cripple Creek (trad. arr. McGregor)

- Foggy Mountain Top (Carter)
- Sister Phoebe (trad. arr. McGregor)

rec. November 11, 1957 at Doug Dobell's Jazz Record Shop, London; Geno Foreman, bj; Shirley Bland; Jim McGregor; recording and supervision by John R. T. Davis


77 EP/??
 

77LA12 series

LA 12-1
(1959)
Sam 'Lightnin' Hopkins
The Rooster Crowed In England


- Hello England (41) (spoken intro) {}
- Beggin' Up And Down The Streets (21) *
- When The Saints Go Marching In (45) //
- Hard Headed Children (35) {} []
- Dig Me In The Morning (29) &
- Have You Ever Seen A One-Eyed Woman Cry? (34) &
- Black Snake (22) *
- Met The Blues At The Corner #

- How Many Days Must I Wait (16) §
- If You Ever Been Mistreated (26) *
- Back To Arkansas (39) &
- Children's Boogie (27) * []
- Blues For Queen Elizabeth (39) {}
- Goin' To Galveston #

all tracks rec. by Mack McCormick
# rec April 1954 in Houston, TX (from an Ace (ACA) acetate); Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, p
§ rec. February 26, 1959 in Houston, TX; Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, g
* rec. May 12, 1959 in Houston, TX; Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, g
& rec. July 13, 1959 in Houston, TX; Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, g
{} rec. July 16, 1959 in Houston, TX; Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, g; [] speech, g
// rec. July 20, 1959 in Houston, TX; Lightnin' Hopkins, voc, g

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Document Private Issue tracks:
- Goin' To Galveston #
- Met The Blues At The Corner #
- How Many Days Must I Wait (16) §
- Beggin' Up And Down The Streets (21) *
- Black Snake (22) *
- If You Ever Been Mistreated (26) *
- Children's Boogie (27) * []
- Dig Me In The Morning (29) &
- Back To Arkansas (39) &
- Corrine, Corrina (32) [Candid CJM 8026]
- Have You Ever Seen A One-Eyed Woman Cry? (34) &
- Hard Headed Children (35) {} []
- Tom Moore's Farm (36) [77 LA 12/3]
- Blues For Queen Elizabeth (39) {}
- Hello England (41) {}
- The Dirty Dozens (43) [Raglan LP 51]
- When The Saints Go Marching In (45) //
- Long Way From Texas (47) [Heritage HLP 1001]
- Look Out, Settegast, Here Me And My Partner Come (47) [Heritage HLP 1001]
- Getting Out Of The Bushes Tap Dance (51) [Heritage HLP 1001]
- Whiskey, Whiskey (58) [Heritage HLP 1001]
- Suicide Blues (60) [Heritage HLP 1001]

Heritage discography

notes by Mack McCormick
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77 LA 12/1

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(=) Document CD no #
"Private Issue" (c.1998)
(strictly limited edition of
100 copies, never sold, but
given away at Document
wrap party in Vienna)
"Lightnin' Hopkins
1954 & 1959"

with extra tracks from
Heritage HLP 1001 and
other places

LA 12-2
(1960)
A Treasury Of Field Recordings   Vol. 1
Traditional Music And Song

LA 12-2 tracks:
Harry Stephens
- The Streets Of Laredo
Jimmy Womack
- Talking Blues
- The Jealous Lover
Harry Burton and Group
- Yellow Gal
Andrew Everett
- KC Ain't Nothing But A Rag
Ed Badeaux
- The Waitress And The Sailor
Lightnin' Hopkins
- Corrine, Corrina
Mrs. Melton
- The Ballad Of Davy Crockett
IC Forest & Gozy Kilpatrick
- Crying Won't Make Me Stay
Dudley Alexander Washboard Band
- Baby Please Don't Go

Dennis Gainus
- You Gonna Look Like A Monkey   @ youtube
Jim Wilkie
- Bad Lee Brown
- Sand Mountain Blues
Linna Belle Hafti
- Soldier Will You Marry Me
Joel Hopkins
- Good Times Here, Better Down The Road
John Lomax Jr.
- The Grey Goose
Andrew Everett
- Hello Central, Give Me 209
John Q Anderson
- The Miller Boy
George Coleman [= Bongo Joe]
- After Hours Improvisation
Joseph Johnson, R G Williams & Group
- Shake It Mister Gater
Grover Dickson and Group
- Grizzly Bear

Candid CJM 8026 tracks:
Harry Stephens
- The Streets Of Laredo
Jimmy Womack
- Talking Blues
Oete Rose
- The Jealous Lover
Harry Burton and Group
- Yellow Gal
Andrew Everett
- KC Ain't Nothing But A Rag
Ed Badeaux
- The Waitress And The Sailor
Lightnin' Hopkins
- Corrine, Corrina
Mrs. Melton
- The Ballad Of Davy Crockett
John Q Anderson [not on 77 LA 12-2]
- The Miller Boy

R.C. Forest & Gozy Kilpatrick
- Crying Won't Make Me Stay
Dudley Alexander Washboard Band
- Baby Please Don't Go

Dennis Gainus
- You Gonna Look Like A Monkey
Jim Wilkie
- Bad Lee Brown
Oete Rose
- Sand Mountain Blues
Linna Belle Hafti
- Soldier Will You Marry Me
Joel Hopkins
- Good Times Here, Better Down The Road
John Lomax Jr.
- The Grey Goose
Andrew Everett
- Hello Central, Give Me 209
Edwin Pickens [listed but not on the LP !]
- Blues In The Bottom

George Coleman [= Bongo Joe] [not listed but on the LP !]
- After Hours Improvisation
Joseph Johnson, R G Williams & Group
- Shake It Mister Gater
Grover Dickson and Group
- Grizzly Bear

collected by members of the Houston Folklore Group (Harold Belikoff, Ed Badeaux, Pete Seeger, Chester Bower, John Lomax, Jr., Mack McCormick) and compiled by Mack McCormick

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Candid CJM 8026 gatefold

notes (17 pages)
by Mack McCormick
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77 LA 12-2 (UK 1960)

notes by Mack McCormick
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(=) Candid CJM 8026 (US
1962) "Treasury of Field
Recording"

[Cadence subsidiary label]

[= CJM 8025 / CJS 9025 ???
9025 is Otis Spann: Walking
The Blues; 9026 is Charles
Mingus: Reincarnation Of A
Lovebird !!!]

LA 12-3
(1960)
A Treasury Of Field Recordings   Vol. 2
Regional And Personalized Song

R.G. Williams and Group
- Hammer Ring
Harry Stephens
- Night Herding Song
Jealous James Stanchell
- Anything From A Foot Race To A Resting Place
Jack Jackson & Lightnin' Hopkins
- The Slop
Paul Elliott
- Deep Ellum Blues
George Coleman [= Bongo Joe]
- This Old World Is In A Terrible Condition

Gozy Kilpatrick
- Goin' To The River
Percy Wilborn Quartet
- Oh, What A Time (A History of World War II)
Jimmy Womack
- Atomic Energy
Anonymous [= Mance Lipscomb]
- Tom Moore's Farm
Lightnin' Hopkins
- Tom Moore's Farm
John Lomax Jr.
- Ain't No More Cane On The Brazos
William Spross & Harvey Krueger
- The Boogie Woogie Machine
R.C. Forest & Gozy Kilpatrick
- Tin Can Alley
John Q. Anderson
- The Waco Girl

collected by members of the Houston Folklore Group (Harold Belikoff, Ed Badeaux, Pete Seeger, Chester Bower, John Lomax, Jr., John Bryan, Mack McCormick) and compiled by Mack McCormick
notes (18 pages booklet,
March 1960) by Mack
McCormick with additions
and corrections by Paul
Oliver
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77 LA 12/3
LA 12-4
(1960)
Francis 'Scrapper' Blackwell
Blues Before Sunrise


- Blues Before Sunrise *
- Sally-In-The-Alley-Blues *
- Shady Lane Blues *
- E Blues (guitar instr.) *
- Goin' To Jail About Her *
- Soft Blues (guitar instr.)

- No Good Woman Blues
- Leaving You Blues
- Blue 'N Whistling (guitar instr.) []
- Back Step Blues
- How Long Blues (piano instr.) #

rec. # Sept. 1959, * March 31 & April 14, 1960 in Indianapolis by Duncan P. Schiedt
Scrapper Blackwell, voc, g, p; [] Bud White (= Duncan Schiedt), whistling

LA 12-4 notes by Duncan P. Schiedt
(scannned by Alan Balfour)
click to read notes (pdf-file) !

Scrapper Blackwell discography

notes by Duncan P. Schiedt
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77 LA 12-4

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re-released 1994 on
Document DOCD-5275
"Scrapper Blackwell with
Brooks Berry"
(1959-1960)

LA 12-5
(1961)
Henry Brown Blues

- Henry Brown Blues #   @ youtube
- Got It And Cain't Quit It
- Bottled In Bond
- Blues For Charlie O'Brien
- Deep Morgan Is Delmar Now

- Henry Brown Boogie
- O'Fallon Blues
- My Blues Is In The Bottle
- Papa Slick Head
- Handyman Blues
- Scufflin' Boogie

CD bonus track:
- Henry Brown's Talking Blues

# rec. August 25, 1960 in St. Louis, MO; all other tracks rec. August 28, 1960 in St. Louis, MO; Henry Brown, p, sp; session organized by Paul Oliver for the Blues Recording and Research Project
notes by Paul Oliver
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77 LA 12/5

original notes
by Paul Oliver
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(=) Southland SCD-043
(US 2010)

LA 12-7
(1961)
Whistling Alexander Moore
Blues Piano Vocal and Whistling

- Whistling Alex Moore Blues
- Pretty Woman With A Sack Dress On
- Rubber Tyred Hack
- You Say I'm Bad Fella
- From North Dallas To The East Side
- Mis No Good Weed
- Black Eyed Peas And Hog Jowls
- Boogie In The Barrel
- Goin' Back To Froggy Bottom
- July Boogie
- West Texas Woman
- Frisko Gal

rec. July 30, 1960 in Dallas, TX by Chris Strachwitz; 'Recording Supervision & Photography' by Paul Oliver

Arhoolie CD 408 = Arhoolie LP 1008 with two cuts made in Germany which appeared on LP 1048, an unreleased track and eight sides that Alex recorded at Radio KLIF in Dallas in 1947

Alex Moore discography

notes by Paul Oliver
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Arhoolie F 1008
"Alex Moore"

notes by Paul Oliver
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= 77 LA 12/7

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= Arhoolie CD 408

LA 12-8
(196?)
Bernard Addison / Pete Brown All Stars:
High In A Basement


- Lady Be Good
- 272 West 84th Street
- Ain't She Sweet
- Cherry
- I Want A Little Girl
- Them There Eyes
- I Surrender Dear
- Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
- High In A Basement

rec. October 21, 1961
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77 LA 12/8
LA 12-9
(196?)
Kid Thomas Valentine's Creole Jazz Band

- Panama
- Mama Inez
- Just A Closer Walk With Thee
- I Can't Escape From You
- I Believe I Can Make It By Myself
- On A Coconut Island

- Eh La Bas
- When My Dreamboat Comes Home
- Stingaree Blues
- Maryland My Maryland
- What Am I Living For?
- Siboney

Kid Thomas Valentine, tp; Louis Nelson, tb; Emanuel Paul, ts; Joe James, p, voc; "Creole" George Guesnon, bj, voc; Alcide "Slow Drag" Pavageau, b; Sammy Penn, dr, voc
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77 LA 12/9
LA 12-12
(1960)
Smoky Babe and his friends: Hot Blues

track list of 77-LA-12-12
- Rabbit Blues
- Too Many Women
- Two Wings
- Mississippi River So Deep & Wide
- I'm Broke And I'm Hungry
- My Baby She Told Me

- Black Ghost
- Ain't Got No Rabbit Dog
- Bad Whiskey
- Black Gal
- My Baby Put Me Down
- Going Back Home

track list of Arhoolie R 2019
- Too Many Women
- Two Wings
- I'm Broke And I'm Hungry
- Mississippi River
- My Baby She Told Me
- Rabbit Blues

- Black Ghost
- Ain't Got No Rabbit Dog
- Bad Whiskey
- My Baby Put Me Down
- Going Back Home

rec. Scotlandville, La. in 1960 by Harry Oster; Smoky Babe, voc, g with Sally and William Dotson, Henry Thomas [= Lazy Lester], and Clyde Causey

Dr. Harry Oster discography
Smoky Babe discography
Herman E. Johnson discography

notes by Harry Oster
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Folk-Lyric FL 118

notes by Harry Oster
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= 77 LA 12-12

notes by Harry Oster
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= Arhoolie 2019 (197?)

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(=) Arhoolie CD 440

LA 12-13
(196?)
Angola Prison Spirituals

Andy Mosely & Robert Pete Williams
- I'm On My Way
Robert Pete Williams
- Church On Fire With The Word Of God
Robert "Guitar" Welch
- What Shall I Do
Angola Quartet
- Brother Norah
Tom Dutson & Robert Pete Williams
- Little School Song
Robert Pete Williams
- Dyin' Soul
Roosevelt Charles
- Let My People Go

Robert Pete Williams
- So Much Is Happenin' In The News
Tom Dutson & Robert Pete Williams
- Dig My Grave With A Silver Spade
Andy Mosely & "Hogman" Maxey
- Brother Mosely Crossed The Water
Angola Quartet No. 2
- I'm Stranded On The Banks Of Jordan
Robert Pete Williams
- I'm Goin' Back With Him When He Comes
Rev. Benjamin E. Osborne
- The Old Ship Of Zion

CD bonus tracks:
Robert Pete Williams
- When I Lay My Burden Down
Angola Quartet
- See How They Done My Lord
- Be With Me Jesus
Angola Vocal Group
- Rise And Fly
Andy Mosely & "Hogman" Maxey
- I Know I Got Religion
- Jesus
Angola Choir
- I Take Jesus (Do Lord, Remember Me)
- Each Day (Life's Evening Sun)r
- Steal Away

rec. 1959 at Angola State Penitentiary, LA by Harry Oster

Robert Pete Williams discography

Dr. Harry Oster Recordings discography

notes by Harry Oster






Louisiana Folklore Society
LFS A-6

notes by Harry Oster
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77 Records discography

notes by Harry Oster
& Chris Strachwitz

= Arhoolie CD 9036 (2003)

LA 12-14
(196?)
Blind Gary Davis: Pure Religion And Bad Company

- Pure Religion
- Mountain Jack
- Right Now
- Buck Dance
- Candy Man
- Devil's Dream
- Moon Goes Down
- Coco Blues

- Runnin' To The Judgement
- Hesitation
- Bad Company
- I Didn't Want To Join The Band
- Evening Sun Goes Down
- Seven Sisters
- My Heart Is Fixed

Smithsonian Folkways SFW40035 bonus tracks:
- Time Is Drawing Near [previously unreleased]
- Crucifixion [previously unreleased]

rec. June 1957 in New York City by Fred Gerlach and Tiny Robinson; prod. by Doug Dobell
Folk-Lyric FL 125 (US)

notes by Paul Oliver
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= 77 LA 12/14

notes by Bruce Bastin
(=) Smithsonian Folkways
CD SF 40035 (US 1991)

LA 12-16
(196?)
New Orleans Today
an anthology of music from the crescent city

Kid Howard's Band
- Panama
- Slow And Easy Blues
- Four Leaf Clover
- Should I
Emile Barne’s New Orleans Four
- Original Blues

Peter Bocage & His Creole Serenaders
- Avalon
- Sweetheart Of Sigma
- Stumbling
Kid Sheiks's Swingsters
- Down In Honky Tonk Town
- The Sheik

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77 LA 12/16
LA 12-17
(1963)
Robert Pete Williams:
Those Prison Blues


Folk Lyric FL 109 = 77 LA 12/17
- I'll Be Glad When I'm From Behind Iron Walls
- Louise #
- Blue In Me §
- Come Here Baby, Tell Me What Is Wrong With You #
- I Got The Blues So Bad §
- Boogy Woman (+ Hogman Maxey, 12-str. g)

- Pardon Renied Again #
- Army Blues (+ Hogman Maxey, 12-str. g)
- Blues In The Dark
- Make Me A Pallet On The Floor
- Angola Special #

Arhoolie R 2015
- Pardon Denied Again #
- This Wild Old Life #
- Texas Blues #
- Up And Down Blues #

- I'm Blue As A Man Can Be #
- Louise #
- Blue In Me §
- I Got The Blues So Bad §
- Come Here Baby, Tell Me What Is Wrong With You #

green = track on both LPs
# on Arhoolie CD 394
§ on Arhoolie CD 395

rec. 1959 & 1960 at Angola State Penitentiary, La. by Harry Oster and Richard Allen; Robert Pete Williams, voc, 6- or 12-str. g

Robert Pete Williams discography

notes by Harry Oster
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Folk Lyric FL 109 (1959)

notes by Harry Oster
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= 77 LA 12/17 (UK 1963)

notes by Chris Strachwitz
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Arhoolie R 2015 (1971)

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Arhoolie CD 394

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Arhoolie CD 395

LA 12-19
(1963)
Big Joe Williams: Piney Woods Blues

- Baby Please Don't Go §
- Drop Down Mama *
- Mellow Peaches #
- No More Whisky *
- Tailor Made Babe #
- Big Joe Talking [] #

- Some Day Baby §
- Good Morning Little Schoolgirl *
- Peach Orchard Mama #
- Juanita §
- Shetland Pony Blues *
- Omaha Blues #

# rec. January 10/11, 1958 in St. Louis by Bob Koester; Big Joe Williams, voc, sp, g; [] with Bob Koester, Paul Bridenbach, John Hartford

* rec. February 8, 1958 in St. Louis by Bob Koester; Big Joe Williams, voc, g; J.D. Short, g, hca

§ rec. February 18, 1958 in St. Louis by Bob Koester; Big Joe Williams, voc, g; J.D. Short, g, hca

[label founder and owner Bob Koester in August 1958 moved his business from a location on the corner of Delmar and Oliver streets in St Louis to Chicago (http://www.delmark.com/delmark.history.htm)]

Big Joe Williams discography

J.D. Short discography

notes (1955)
by Bob Koester
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Delmar DL-602 (1958)

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= Delmark DL-602 (19??)

notes (slightly amended
in 1961) by Bob Koester

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liner notes @
www.livebluesworld.com/

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= Delmark DL-602 (1961)

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= 77 LA 12/19 (UK 1963)

notes by
Robert G. Koester
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= Delmark CD DD-602 (1993)

LA 12-20
(196?)
Kid Martyn In New Orleans
with Kid Sheik's Band

- Gloryland
- Cap's Blues
- You Broke Your Promise
- In The Alley
- Gin Mill Blues

- Streets Of The City
- Perry Boat Blues
- Marie
- Ice Cream
- Salty Dog
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77 LA 12-20
LA 12-21
(1960)
Sunnyland Slim and Little Brother Montgomery: Chicago Blues Session

- One Room Country Shack a)
- Trembling Blues b)
- Prison Bound c)
- My Electronical Invention Blues d)
- Brownskin Woman a)
- La Salle St. Boogie e)

- That's Why I Keep Drinkin' d)
- I Got The Blues About My Baby a)
- Bob Martin Blues b)
- Devil Is A Busy Man a)
- No Special Rider f)
- Everytime I Get To Drinkin' c)

a) Sunnyland Slim, voc, p; Corky Robertson, b; Armund 'Jump' Jackson, dr
b) Little Brother Montgomery, p
c) Sunnyland Slim, voc; Little Brother Montgomery, p; Corky Robertson, b; Armund 'Jump' Jackson, dr
d) Little Brother Montgomery, voc, p; Corky Robertson, b; Armund 'Jump' Jackson, dr
e) Sunnyland Slim, p; Corky Robertson, b; Armund 'Jump' Jackson, dr
f) Little Brother Montgomery, voc, p

Wolf CD bonus tracks:
- I Keep On Drinkin'
- Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
- Cow Cow Blues
- New Vicksburg Blues
- Farrish St. Jive
- Chinese Man Blues

Southland CD bonus tracks:
Sunnyland Slim
- Depression Blues
- Sad And Lonesome
- Disc Jockey Special
- Vicksburg Blues

rec. July 14, 1960 in Chicago; session arranged and supervised by Paul Oliver

Little Br. Montgomery discography

notes by Paul Oliver
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77 LA 12/21

notes by Paul Oliver
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= Int. Polydor 423212 (19??)

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= Redita RLP 133 (NL 1989)

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Wolf CD 120.296 (1992)
"The La Salle Chicago
Blues Recordings,
Vol. 1"

notes by Paul Oliver

= Southland SCD-010 (1994)
(+ 4 bonus tracks)
Southland discography

LA 12-22
(1962)
The Jack McVea Quintet: Nothin' But Jazz

- Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today
- Dinah
- The Glide
- Nothin' But Jazz

- Swampland
- Soft Winds
- Slow And Easy
- Night Flight

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77 LA 12/22
LA 12-23
(1963)
Yank Rachell And His Tennessee Jug Busters: Mandolin Blues

Delmark DS/DL 606 track list:
- Texas Tony
- Up And Down The Line *
- Shout Baby Shout
- Bye Bye Baby *
- Stop Knockin On My Door *

- Move Your Hand * #
- Doorbell Blues *
- Lonesome Blues
- I'm Gonna Get Up In The Morning
- Get Your Morning Exercise *

77 LA12/23 track list:
- Texas Tony
- Shout Baby Shout
- Lonesome Blues
- I'm Gonna Get Up In The Morning
- Up And Down The Line *

- Bye Bye Baby *
- Stop Knockin On My Door *
- Move Your Hand * #
- Doorbell Blues *
- Get Your Morning Exercise *

CD track list:
- Texas Tony
- Girl Of My Dreams
- Do The Boogie Mama (take 3)
- Starvation In My Kitchen
- I'm Gonna Get Up In The Morning
- Lonesome Blues
- Shout Baby Shout
- Rocky Mountain Blues
- Do The Boogie Mama (take 2)
- Stop Knocking On My Door
- Doorbell Blues
- Move Your Hand
- Get Your Morning Exercise
- When My Baby Comes Back Home
- Up And Down The Line
- Bye Bye Baby

rec. in private homes in Chicago; Yank Rachell, voc, mand; Hammie Nixon, jug, hca; Sleepy John Estes, g; * Big Joe Williams, 9-str g, # voc; * Mike Bloomfield, g; album production and supervision: Robert G. Koester

notes by Bob Koester
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= Delmark DL-606 (US mono)

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77 LA 12/23

notes by Bob Koester
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= Delmark DS-606 (stereo)

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= Goody GY 10010 (D 198?)
"Super Black Blues Vol. 5"

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= Delmark CD DD-608 (1995)

LA 12-25
(1961)
Harry Dial and his Blusicians
with Irving 'Mouse' Randolph & Hilton Jefferson

- I Hadn't Anyone Til You
- Baby, That's The Blues
- Coffee Light
- I Can't Go On That Way
- Don't Be That Way

- Help Yourself
- If You Were Only Mine
- Money Tree Blues
- On The Beam
- I've Found A New Baby

Harry Dial, dr; James ''Buster'' Tolliver, p; Irving 'Mmouse'' Randolph, tp; Hilton Jefferson, as; Hayes Alvis, b

on label: "HARRY DIAL AND HIS BLUESICIANS"
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77 LA 12/25
LA 12-26
(1964)
Kid Thomas and Emanuel Paul with Barry Martyn's Band: Victory Walk

- Victory Walk
- Old Rugged Cross
- You Can't Be True Dear
- Isle Of Capri

- Ice Cream
- Lady Be Good
- Milk Cow Blues
- In The Mood
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77 LA 12/26
LA 12-27
(1964)
Sleepy John Estes
Broke And Hungry


- Broke And Hungry
- Black Mattie
- 3:00 Morning Blues
- Beale Street Sugar
- Olie Blues

- So Glad I'm Livin'
- Freedom Loan
- The Girl I Love
- Electric Chair
- Sleepy John's Twist

- Everybody Oughta Change

Sleepy John Estes discography

notes by Bob Koester
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= Delmark DS-608 (US)

notes by Bob Koester
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77 LA 12/27

notes by Bob Koester
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= Goody GY 10008 (D)
"Super Black Blues
Vol. 3"

notes by Bob Koester
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= Delmark CD DD-608 (1995)

LA 12-28
(196?)
George Lewis w. Barry Martyn Band
Smile Darn Ya Smile

- Ciribiribin
- Coquette
- South Of The Border
- Breeze
- Mahogany Hall Stomp

- On The Bayou
- Yellow Dog Blues
- The Glory Of Love
- In The Evening
- Smile, Darn Ya, Smile
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77 LA 12/28
LA 12-29
(196?)
New Orleans today   volume two
an anthology of music from the crescent city

- Jambalaya
- I Can't Escape From You
- Tin Roof blues
- The Sheik Of Araby
- Tulane Swing

- Gloryland
- Marie
- Sentimental Journey
- Panama
- Ciribiribin

Kid Thomas's Dixieland Band, The Mighty Four, Crescent City Crystals, Kid Martyn with Kid Sheik's Band, Peter Bocage Creole Stompers, Peter Bocage's Quartet, Dee Dee Pierce New Orleans Band
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77 LA 12/29
LA 12-30
(196?)
Clancy Hayes with the original Salty Dogs: Oh By Jingo

- Oh By Jingo
- Rose Of Washington Square
- Oriental Strut
- I'm Comin Virginia
- Wise Guy
- Beale Street Blues

- Cakewalking Babies
- Tin Roof Blues
- King Chanticleer
- Michigan Water Blues
- New Orleans Stomp
- My Little Bimbo

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Delmark DS 210 (UK 1964)
"Clancy Hayes & the Salty
Dogs: Oh By Jingo"

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= 77 LA 12/30

LA 12-31
(1966)
The Saints & Sinners

- Yacht Club Swing
- Lonesome Road
- I'll Try
- Someday Sweetheart
- I Gotta Right To Cry

- Bourbon Street Parade
- I Ain't Got Nobody
- Easy Living
- I Guess I'll Have To Change My Plan
- Old Devil Moon

rec. 1965 in New York City; Herman Autrey, tp; Buster Bailey, Rudy Powell, cl; Vic Dickenson, tb; Red Richards, p; Danni Mastri, b; Jackie Williams, dr; prod. by Doug Dobell
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77 LA 12/31
 

77LEU12 series

LEU 12-1
(196?)
Mr. Acker Bilk: Acker's Early Days



77 LEU 12/1
LEU 12-2
(1961)
Bruce Turner Jump Band: Jumpin' At The NFT

- Hyde Park
- Cherry
- Watch The Birdie
- Willie The Weeper
- Coldwater Canyon
- Opus 5/Jump

- Knickerbocker Glory
- Roses Of Picardy
- Morning Glories
- Stormy Weather
- Clutterbuck

rec. February 16 & 17, 1961

77 LEU 12/2
LEU 12-3
(196?)
Steve Lane And The Famous Southern Stompers: Wembley Wiggle



77 LEU 12/3
LEU 12-4
(196?)
The Kid Martyn Ragtime Band: Down In Honky Tonk Town

- Saturday Night Function
- Swingy Little Thingy
- The Last Mile Of The Way
- Goin' To Jamaica

- Exactly Like You
- Mama Inez
- The Waltz You Saved For Me
- Ace In The Hole


77 LEU 12/4
LEU 12-5
(1962)
Charlie Galbraith All Star Jazz Band On Tour



77 LEU 12/5
LEU 12-6
(196?)
The Clarinet Of Archie Semple

- Blues
- After Last Night With You
- No Regrets
- Ole Miss

rec. April 1958; Dickie Hawdon, tp; Archie Semple, cl; Dave Stevens, p; Bill Reid, b; Allan Ganley, dr

77 LEU 12/6
LEU 12-7
(196?)
The Original Crane River Jazz Band


Ken Colyer
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77 LEU 12/7
LEU 12-8
(1963)
Dick Morrissey Quartet: Have You Heard

- Down Home
- Skatin'
- The Goblin
- The Celt

- Serenata
- On The Spot
- There And Back
- Journey Home

July/August, 1963; Dick Morrissey, ts; Harry South, p; Phil Bates, b; Jackie Dougan, dr

77 LEU 12/8
LEU 12-9
(196?)
Keith Smith Climax Jazz Band: Minstrel Man



77 LEU 12/9
LEU 12-10
(196?)
Ken Colyer Jazzmen: The Real Ken Colyer



77 LEU 12/10
LEU 12-11
(196?)
Buck Clayton & Humphrey Lyttelton's Band   Vol. 1



77 LEU 12/11
LEU 12-12
(196?)
Roger Bell And His Pagan Pipers



77 LEU 12/12
LEU 12-13
(196?)
Alton Purnell with Ken Smith's Band "Live"



77 LEU 12/13
LEU 12-14
(196?)
Peter Comton Big Band: Sound Of Eleven


September 30, 1965;

77 LEU 12/14
LEU 12-15
(196?)
Kid Sheik and Captain John Handy with The Barry Martyn Ragtime Band: In The Groove



77 LEU 12/15
LEU 12-16
(196?)
Captain John Handy's Quartet And Quintet: Handyman   Vol. 1



77 LEU 12/16
LEU 12-17
(196?)
Keith Smith & George Lewis' Jazz Band / Jimmy Archey's Hot Six



77 LEU 12/17
LEU 12-18
(196?)
Buck Clayton & Humphrey Lyttelton's Band   Vol. 2



77 LEU 12/18
LEU 12-19
(196?)
Louis Nelson With The Barry Martyn Ragtime Band: The Nelson Touch



77 LEU 12/19
LEU 12-20
(196?)
The Albert Nicholas Quintet: Albert's Blues

- Salee Dame
- Rose Room
- Albert's Blues
- Wolverine Blues
- It Had To Be You

- Jazz Me Blues
- Sweet Substitute
- China Boy
- Endie
- Shine

rec. 1966 in Bruxelles, Belgique
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77 LEU 12/20
LEU 12-21
(196?)
Tubby Hayes with the Les Condon Quartet: Jazz Tete A Tete


November 18, 1966
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77 LEU 12/21
LEU 12-22
(196?)
Lennie Felix In His Stride


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77 LEU 12/22
LEU 12-23
(196?)
Capt. John Handy: Handyman   Vol. 2
Capt. John Handy's Quartet and Quintet feat. Barry Martyn

- Indiana
- C Blues
- Dinah
- Rosetta
- Stumblin'
- Cap's New Blues
- I'll Always Be In Love With You
- Body And Soul
- Sleepy Time Gal


77 LEU 12/23
LEU 12-24
(196?)
George Lewis & Louis Nelson with the Barry Martin Ragtime Band



77 LEU 12/24
LEU 12-25
(196?)
Sudhalter & Son: The Anglo American All Stars



77 LEU 12/25
LEU 12-26
(196?)
Willie (The Lion) Smith / Don Ewell



77 LEU 12/26
LEU 12-27
(1968)
The Fred Hunt Trio: Pearls On Velvet

- Fred's Dilemma
- Sweet Sunshine
- On A Clear Day
- Little Girl Blue
- Pearls On Velvet

- Scrumpin'
- Wherever There's Love
- Man I Love
- Moon Song

CD bonus tracks:
- Solitude #
- Sweet And Lovely #

rec. 1957; Fred Hunt, p; Brian Munsell, b; Ernie Rendell, dr; # Chris Staunton, b; # Johnny Richardson, dr
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77 LEU 12/27

(=) Solo Art CD 107 (2000)

LEU 12-28
(196?)
Sudhalter & Son: Music For All Occasions
Anglo-American All Stars   Vol II:



77 LEU 12/28
LEU 12-29
(196?)
Zutty Singleton: Zutty & the Clarinet Kings



77 LEU 12/29
LEU 12-30
(1966?)
Keith Smith's American All Stars

- Ting-A-Ling
- Blues & Booze No. 2 #
- Georgia On My Mind
- Milenberg Joys

- Blues
- Sister Kate
- Everybody Loves Somebody Sometime
- Royal Garden Blues
- Goin' Home Now #

rec. September 1966 in Toronto, Canada; Keith Smith, tp; Jimmy Archey, tb; Capt. John Handy, as; Lars Edegran, p; "Creole" Ernie Johnson [Ron Simpson], bj; Pops Foster, b, voc; Freddie Moore , dr, # voc
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77 LEU 12/30
LEU 12-31
(196?)
Dejan's Olympia Brass Band In Europe

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77 LEU 12/31
LEU 12-32
(197?)
Joe Turner: Stride By Stride

- Song Of The Vagabonds
- Willow Tree
- Body And Soul
- I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of The Town
- I Didn't Know What Time It Was
- Harry Numa

- St. Louis Blues
- Yesterdays
- That Sunday Gal Of Mine
- Tea For Two
- Song Of Hungary
- These Foolish Things

rec. live December 6, 1960 at Café Africana, Zürich, Switzerland; Joe Turner, p

notes by Johnny Simmen
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77 LEU 12/32

more info

LEU 12-35
(197?)
Dave Shepherd Quintet: Shepherd's Delight



77 LEU 12/35
LEU 12-36
(196?)
Sammy Rimington: Everybody's talking 'bout Sammy


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77 LEU 12/36
LEU 12-38
(1970)
Brian Lemon Ensemble: Our Kind Of Music

- Hanid
- I'm Coming, Virginia (TC out)
- Sandy's Blues (BL, BO out)
- Strike Up The Band (RC, JP & TC out)
- Straighten Up And Fly Right

- Gentlemen Of The Bar
- When My Sugar Walks Down The Street (BL, BO out)
- After Supper (TC out)
- Easy Living

rec. June 30, 1970 in London; Ray Crane, tp; John Picard, tb; Sandy Brown, cl; Bruce Turner, as, ts, sop; Tony Coe, ts; Brian Lemon, p; Dave Green, b; Bobby Orr, dr
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77 LEU 12/38
LEU 12-39
(197?)
Eddie Thompson: By Myself

- Love Me
- By Myself
- At Long Last Love
- Willow Weep For Me
- Doing It
- Sweet Georgia Brown
- Robbin's Nest
- Fine And Dandy
- Then I'll Be Tired Of You
- Little Susie
- Memphis In June

rec. July 28 & 29, 1970; Eddie Thompson, p

77 LEU 12/39
LEU 12-41
(197?)
Tony Coe with Brian Lemon Trio
Presented by Paul Keen


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77 LEU 12/41
LEU 12-48
(1973)
Nat Gonella's Georgians: Runnin' Wild



77 LEU 12/48
LEU 12-50
(197?)
Robert Pete Williams & Roosevelt Sykes: Blues From The Bottoms

- Gonna Stand No Quittin' #
- Broken Hearted Man #
- Salty Woman #
- Whiskey Head Man #

- I'm The Sweet Root Man *
- Spontaneous Conversation *
- Lord Help Poor Me #
- Goodbye Faye And John #

# rec. December 12, 1971 at 1213 Bourbon Street, New Orleans by John Bentley; Robert Pete Williams, voc, g
* rec. December 30, 1971 at 1213 Bourbon Street, New Orleans by John Bentley; Roosevelt Sykes, voc, g

Robert Pete Williams discography

notes by John Bentley
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77 LEU 12/50
 

77SEU12 series

SEU 12-34
(1969)
Bill Coleman: Three Generation Jam

- For Me And My Girl
- Satin Doll
- Don't Blame Me
- How High The Moon
- If I Had You

- I Ain't Got Nobody
- I'm In The Mood For Love
- Rosetta
- Stairway To The Stars
- I Believe In Miracles
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77 SEU 12/34
 

Folklore label

F-LEUT 1
(1960)
Frank Purslow & John Pearse: Rap-A-Tap-Tap
English Folk Songs Miss Pringle Never Taught Us

- Rap A Tap Tap
- The Bold Astrologer
- The Tailors Breeches
- Monday Morning
- The Bunch Of Nuts
- Blow The Candle Out
- The Butcher And The Parson
- The Crabfish
- The Bosun And The Tailor

- The Friar In The Well
- The Squire And The Chambermaid
- Rag Fair
- Rambleaway Young
- The Sailors Frolic
- The Sailor Cut Down
- Whistle Daughter Whistle
- Chilbridge Fair
- The Shoemakers Kiss

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Folklore F-LEUT/1
F-LEUT 2
(1961)
Dominic Behan: The Irish Rover
accompanied by Steve Benbow on guitar

- The Irish Rover
- The Labour Exchange
- The Grand Canal
- Turpin Here
- The Ass, The King And Me
- On The Deck Of Patrick
- William Browne
- Macaldine's Fusiliers
- Paddy Works On The Railway
- The Spanish Lady

- Coulther's Candy
- Johnny Remensky
- Mambo
- The Patriot Game
- Manchester Hikes
- The Kelvin Lass
- Farewell To Sicily
- The Kerry Boat Song
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Folklore F-LEUT/2
F-LEUT 3
(1962)
Charles River Valley Boys: Bringin' In The Georgia Mail

- Bringin' In The Georgia Mail #
- Down By The Sea Shore #
- Glenn's Chimes *
- Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie *
- Pig Town Fling *
- Going To Georgia *
- Whoa Mule B
- You Ain't Talkin' To Me *
- Flop Eared Mule []

- Let Me Fall *
- Solid Gone *
- The Cuckoo []
- The Burglar Man *
- Colsd Penitentiary Blues *
- Oh Me Oh My *
- Wildwood Flower *
- Old Reuben #
- Waitin' For A Train #

# rec. February 1961 in Cambridge, Mass.; Clay Jackson, voc, g; Bob Siggins, voc, bjo; Ethan Signer, voc, bjo, g, auto-harp; Eric Sackheim, g, mandolin; Jim Connor, hca; John Provine, fiddle

* rec. July 1961 at Dobell's Jazz Record Shop, London; Clay Jackson, voc, g; Bob Siggins, voc, bjo; Ethan Signer voc, bjo, g, auto-harp

[] rec. July 1961 at Dobell's Jazz Record Shop, London; Clay Jackson, voc, g; Bob Siggins, voc, bjo

Folklore F-LEUT/3
F-LEUT 4
(1962)
Dominic Behan: Cosmopolitan Man

- Fine Girl You Are
- Billy Graham
- Lillebulero
- The Fairy Was Laughing Too
- A Mormon in Reverse
- The Banks of the Roses
- An Old Man Came A'Courting Me
- The Tambourine Song
- Nell Flaherty's Drake
- The Spermwhale Fisheries
- I'll Sell My Rock
- Molly Malone
- Hold Me Bears
- Govan Billiard Hall Song
- Cosmopolitan Man
- Biddy Mulligan
- Rosin Dubh
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Folklore F-LEUT/4

more info

F-LEUT 5
(1962)
R&J Sing American Folk Songs

- House Of The Rising Sun
- John Henry
- Aunt Rhodie
- Railroad Bill
- Cruel War's A' Ragin'
- other 9 tracks ???


Richard Lockmiller and Jim Connor; prod. by Tom Costner
notes by Ron Gould
and Margaret Baker
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Folklore F-LEUT/5
F-LEUT 6
(196?)
Steve Benbow Sings
The Hermit, Mole Catcher, and other folk songs

- The Hermit
- Oak And The Ash
- Three Black Crows
- Jack Tar On The Shore
- As I Roved Out
- Van Diemen's Land
- Columbo
- Will The Weaver

- Farmer's Wife And The Devil
- The Mole Catcher
- The Baffled Knight
- The Willow Garden
- Cosher Bailey's Engine
- Do-Me-Ama
- Foggy Mountain Top
- Un Canadien Errant

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Folklore F-LEUT/6
F-LEUT 7
(1963)
Dick Fariña & Eric von Schmidt
with Ethan Signer & occasionally Blind Boy Grunt

- Johnny Cuckoo
- Jumping Judy
- Glory, Glory *
- Old Joe's Dulcimer (Old Joe Clark, Swing And Turn, Darlin' Corey, etc.)
- Wobble Bird
- Wildwood Flower
- Overseas Stomp *

- Lonzo N'Howard
- You Can Always Tell
- Xmas Island *
- Stick With Me Baby
- Riddle Song
- Cocaine *
- London Waltz

- Old Paint #
- Lemonade Lady #

rec. at Dobell’s Jazz Record Shop, London, 14th and 15th January, 1963;
* Blind Joe Grunt [= Bob Dylan], backup voc, hca; prod. by Tom Costner

CD including the LP material plus all outtakes, which contain two songs not selected for the original release (#)

notes by Margaret Baker
and Ron Gould
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Folklore F-LEUT/7
more info

2 CD set
notes by Dick Farina
and Tom Costner
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Solano CD 1722 (2007)
www.farinacd.com

Eric Von Schmidt
discography

F-LEUT 8
(1964)
Steve Benbow Tells About This That & The Other


Folklore F-LEUT/8
F-LEUT 9
(1970)
The Legendary Cyril Davies
with Alexis Korner's Breakdown Group & the Roundhouse Jug Four

- Leaving Blues
- Roundhouse Stomp
- Rotten Break
- KC Moan
- Skip To My Lou
- It's The Same Old Thing

- Alberta
- Hesitation Blues
- Ella Speed
- Good Morning
- Boll Weevil
- Short Legs Shuffle

rec. 1957 & 1961

notes by
Long John Baldry
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Folklore F-LEUT/9


Will be completed and expanded with further details !!!

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sources/further information:
- own record collection
- Les Fancourt & Bob McGrath: The Blues Discography 1943 - 1970.- Vancouver 2006, pp. 227-233, 578-582
- Graham Marsh & Barrie Lewis (Ed.): The Blues Album Cover Art.- Chronicle, San Francisco, 1996
- http://www.ginger-baker.com/pages/Baker_disco_LP1.htm#WALLIS
- http://home.t-online.de/home/mueller.lorenz/yankdisc.htm
- http://member.nifty.ne.jp/sohta-arts/pianorecords.html
- http://www.theballadeers.com/scots/jmac_d05_sinful.htm
- http://vzone.virgin.net/davidh.taylor/dobell.htm
- Ebay auctions
- diverse internet resources

thanks to Alan Balfour, Dave Moore, Roger Wade, Görgen Antonsson, and Kurt Hriczucsah for additional info / scans

 

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