Saturday, February 27, 2016

Pineridge



By Praguefrank

SESSIONS
2011 unknown – Pineridge (Randy Morton [vcl/gt], Grant Garland [vcl/gt], Richard Warren [vcl/banjo],, Curtis Auld [mandolin], Julie Alexander [bass])
001 KENTUCKY HOME
002 RABBIT SONG
003 KILLERS LULLABY
004 ROAD TOO LONG
005 FLY AWAY ANGEL
006 LEAVING CALIFORNIA
007 SMOKEY MOUNTAIN SMOKE
008 SAY GOODBYE I'M GONE
009 SOMETIMES
010 MUSTANG
011 BLUEGRASS IN HEAVEN
012 WAYFARING STRANGER
tracks above issued on album Road Too Long


ALBUMS

Pineridge no # (UPC884501516174) Road Too Long: Kentucky Home;  Rabbit Song; Killers Lullaby; Road Too Long; Fly Away Angel; Leaving California;Smokey Mountain Smoke; Say Goodbye I'm Gone; Sometimes; Mustang; Bluegrass In Heaven; Wayfaring Stranger - 11

Judy Kasper



By Praguefrank

SESSIONS
2015 unknown – Judy Kasper
001 GOIN' UP THE COUNTRY
002 THE BOTTLE WON AGAIN
003 THE MOVING KIND
004 LAST WORDS
005 IF WISHES WERE TEARDROPS
006 TAKE ME BACK
007 AT THE DINER
008 YOU CAN'T PUT THE FANCY BACK IN ME
Tracks above issued on EP The Moving Kind

EPs
Judy Kasper Music ? (UPC889211783915) The Moving Kind: Goin' Up the Country;  The Bottle Won Again;  The Moving Kind;  Last Words;  If Wishes Were Teardrops;  Take Me Back;  At the Diner; You Can't Put the Fancy Back in Me – 02-08-15

Pete Cassell



*28-08-1917 Atlanta, GA, +29-07-1954
2nd version

By Tony Russell (Country Discography 1921-1942), Praguefrank, Steve Hathaway, Michel Ruppli, Mario Manciotti, Bill Daniels
SESSIONS

21 August 1939 Atlanta, GA – Uncle Ned and His Texas Wranglers (= Chick Stripling, Sammy Forsmark, Pete Cassell, Slim Hutcheson, Cicero Morneigh)
U01 BS-041216-1 I FOUND YOU AMONG THE ROSES unissued
U02 BS-041217-1 SWEETHEART OF HAWAII unissued
U03 BS-041218-1 TEN OR ELEVEN TIMES unissued
U04 BS-041219-1 CANAL STREET MAMA unissued
U05 BS-041220-1 HOUSE AT THE END OF THE LANE unissued
U06 BS-041221-1 CANOEING WITH ANOTHER MAN unissued
12 March 1941 Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City – Pete Cassell (solo vcl-gt)
001 68809-A FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES Decca 5954 46084 46103/OH-4336-CD
002 68810-A ST. LOUIS BLUES 5954 46084 46103/OH-4336-CD
003 68811-A I KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO BE LONESOME 5934 46106 Coral 64010/OH-4336-CD
004 68812-A WHY DON’T YOU COME BACK TO ME 5934 46106 Coral 64010/OH-4336-CD
005 68813-A I CAN’T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS 6077/OH-4336-CD
006 68814-A ONE STEP MORE 6077/OH-4336-CD
February 1947 New York City - Pete Cassell
007 T 1070/2117* THE LAST LETTER Majestic 6006 Mercury 6151*/ Hilltop JS-6023 OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
008 T 1071/2118* WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS 6006 6151*/ Hilltop JS-6023 OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
009 T 1072/2115* OH, HOW I MISS YOU (SINCE YOU WENT AWAY) Majestic 6007 Mercury  6152* Varsity 8044 Royale 8044/ Hilltop JS-6023 OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD [alt.?] OH-4336-CD
010 T 1073/2116* THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK Majestic 6007 Mercury 6152* Varsity 45219 8044 Royale 8044/ Hilltop JS-6023 OH-4336-CD
September 1947 New York City - Pete Cassell
011 T 1308/2113* I'M WAITING FOR SHIPS THAT NEVER COME IN Majestic 6017 Mercury unissued*/ Hilltop JS-6023 OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
012 T 1309/2111* I KISSED YOU AND TOLD YOU GOODBYE 6019 Mercury unissued*/OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
013 T 1310/2112* TOO MANY PARTIES AND TOO MANY PALS 6019 Mercury unissued*/ Hilltop JS-6023 OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
014 T 1311/2114* JUST A MESSAGE TO THE ONE I LOVE 6017 Mercury 6168*/Hilltop JS-6023 December 1947 New York City - Pete Cassell
015 T 1490/2109* IF YOU CALL THAT GONE, GOODBYE Majestic 6033/OH-4336-CD
016 T 1491/2107* THE MOSS COVERED MILL Mercury 6150*/OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
017 T 1492/2110* BURNING OF THE WINECOFF HOTEL Majestic 6033/OH-4336-CD
018 T 1493/2108* IT'S A LONELY TRAIL (WHEN YOU'RE TRAVELIN' ALONE) Mercury 6450*-OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
ca. March 1949 Universal Recording Corp., 46 East Walton St., Chicago, IL - Pete Cassell
019 2370 WHO WILL LOVE YOU WHEN I'M GONE? unissued
020 2371 OLD JIM'S LETTER unissued
021 2372 IT'S TOO LATE TO SAY YOU'RE SORRY Mercury 6186/OHCS-336 OH-4336-CD
022 2373 MEMORIES THAT HAUNT ME [MEMORIES THAT LIVE*] 6186/OHCS-336* OH-4336-CD*
Unknown info (possibly radio transcriptions)  – Pete Cassell
NEATH THE WEST VIRGINIA SKY Hilltop JS 6023
INTRO/PA'S STRAIGHT RAZOR Old Homesetad OH-4336-CD
A MESSAGE TO THE ONE I LOVE Old Homesetad OH-4336-CD
WHEN I FILLED UP FOR CHAW Old Homesetad OH-4336-CD
WELCOME AS THE FLOWERS IN MAY


ALBUMS
Hilltop JM/JS-6023e The Legend Of Pete Cassell:
Recitation And Introduction*; Too Many Parties, Too Many Pals; Message To The One I Love; Letter Edged In Black; The Last Letter; Oh, How I Miss You (Since You Went Away); I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In; Where The Old Red River Flows; Neath The West Virginia Sky* - 02-65 (*unknown source)
Old Homestead OHCS-336 Blind Minstrel, vol. 1: Where The Old Red River Flows; It's A Lonely Trail; The Moss Covered Hill; I Kissed You And Told You Goodbye; It's Too Late To Say You're Sorry; Oh How I Miss You; aiting For The Ships That Never Come; Memories That Live; Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals; A Message To The One I Love*; The Last Letter - 93 (reissued on CD OH-4336-CD with bonus tracks)
Old Homestead OH-4336-CD Blind Minstrel: Intro/Pa's Straight Razor*; Where The Old Red River Flows; It's A Lonely Trail; The Moss Covered Hill; I Kissed You And Told You Goodbye; It's Too Late To Say You're Sorry; Oh How I Miss You; aiting For The Ships That Never Come; Memories That Live; Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals; A Message To The One I Love*; The Last Letter; Oh How I Miss You*; St. Louis Blues; Freight Train Blues; I Can't Feel At Home; One Step More; Why Don't You Come Back To Me; I Know What It Means To Be Long Gone; Burning Of The Winecoff Hotel; When I Filled Up For Chaw*; If You Call That Gone, Goodbye; Letter Edged In Black; Welcome As The Flowers In May*; Lovesick Blues; Beautiful Texas - ? (*unknown origin)

SINGLES

Decca (1941)
5934 Why Don't You Come Back To Me / I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome – 04-41
5954 Freight Train Blues / St.Louis Blues - 05-41
6077 One Step More / I Can't Feel At Home In This World Anymore – 43
Coral
64010 Why Don't You Come Back To Me / I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome – 06-49  (rev. June 25)
Majestic (1947)
6006 The Last Letter / Where The Old Red River Flows –  03-47 (rev. March 22, May 3)
6007 Oh How I Miss You / Letter Edged In Black – 04-47 (rev. Apr. 5, May 3)
6017 I'm Waiting For Ships That Never Come In / Just A Message – 09-47 (rev. Sept. 27)
6019 I Kissed You And Told You Goodbye / Too Many Parties And Too Many Pals – 10-47 (rev. Nov. 1)
6033 If You Call That Gone Goodbye / Burning Of Winecoff Hotel – 48
Royale
8044 Oh, How I Miss You / The Letter Edged In Black  - 50
Varsity
8044 Oh, How I Miss You / The Letter Edged In Black  - 50
45213 Oh, How I Miss You / The Letter Edged In Black  - 55?
Mercury (1948-1949)
6150 Moss Covered Mill / It's A Lonely Trail – 30-12-48 (rev. Jan. 8, 1949)
6151 The Last Letter / Where The Old Red River Flows – 01-49 (reissue of Majestic 6006)
6152 Oh How I Miss You / Letter Edged In Black – 01-49 (reissue of Majestic 6007)
6168M Just A Message / I'm Waiting For The Ships That Never Come In – 19-02-49 (rev. March 19)
6186 It's Too Late To Say (That You're Sorry) / Memories That Live - 04-49 (rev. Apr. 30)

Roy Hogsed



*24-12-1919 Flippin, AR, +03-1978
2nd version

by Richard Weize, Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti
SESSIONS

20 May 1947 [19:30-22:00] Universal Recorders, 6757 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Charles Washburn)
001 348/3291 DAISY MAE Coast 261/ BCD-16191
002 349/3292 THE LOAFRS SONG Coast 262/ LP-5015
003 350 RED SILK STOCKINGS AND GREEN PERFUME Coast 261/ BCD-16191
004 351/3289 COCAINE BLUES Coast 262 Capitol 40120 F40274 F1635/ LP-5015 BCD-16191
22 September 1947 [17:30-20:30] Universal Recorders, 6757 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Charles Washburn)
005 356 DON'T TELEPHONE, DON'T TELEGRAPH, TELL A WOMAN Coast 265
006 357/3293 THE SHORT CUT CUTIE POLKA Coast 266 Capitol 40133/ LP-5015
007 358/3294 BABY WON'T YOU SETTLE DOWN Coast 266/ BCD-16191
008 359 I CAN'T GET MY FOOT OFF THE RAIL Coast 265
009 360/3295 RAINBOW POLKA Capitol 40286/ LP-5015
010 361 BARN DANCE unissued-lost
22 December 1947 [15:30-18:30] Universal Recorders, 6757 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jimmy Kersey [rh gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Charles Washburn)
011 366/3296 TAKE THE SLOW TRAIN THRU ARKANSAS Capitol 40141
012 367/3297 25 CHICKENS, 33 COWS (THE POULTRY POLKA) Capitol 40141/LP-5015
013 368/3290 FISHTAIL BOOGIE Capitol 40120 F40274 F1635/ BCD-16191
014 369/3298 COME ON AND SET A SPELL Coast 271/ LP-5015
015 370 unknown title unissued-lost
016 371 THE BIRTHDAY POLKA Coast 271/ LP-5015
29 December 1947 [15:30-18:30] Universal Recorders, 6757 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jimmy Kersey [rh gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Charles Washburn)
017 372/3299 FANCY LITTLE DANCE Coast unissued
018 373/3300 EASY PAYMENT BLUES Capitol 40133/ LP-5015
019 374/3301 THE COUNTRY GROCERY STORE unissued
020 375/3302 OKIE GAL WITH THE BLUE BONNET EYES unissued
20 July 1949 [no. 1396, 20:30-24:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
021 4676 DILL PICKLES 57-40220/ LP-5015
022 4677 HOT ROD unissued/ BCD-16191
023 4687 POCO TEMPO F 1529/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
024 4688 LET'S GO DANCIN' 57-40220/LP-5015 BCD-16191
10 January 1950 [no. 1591, 12:00-15:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
025 5379 GYPSY POLKA unissued
026 5380 SHUFFLEBOARD SHUFFLE F1529/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
027 5381 TONIGHT I'M ALL ALONE unissued/ BCD-16191
028 5382 RAG MOP F40286/ LP-5015
25 August 1950 [no. 1894, 21:00-24:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt],  Rusty Nitz [bass], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Lee Gillette)
029 6546 THE RED WE WANT IS THE RED WE'VE GOT (IN THE OLD RED WHITE AND BLUE) F 1201/ CD-9004
030 6547 DON'T BITE THE HAND THAT'S FEEDING YOU F 1201/ CD-9004
19 June 1951 [no. 2197, 20:15-23:15] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jasper Hogsed [gt/fiddle], Rusty Nitz [bass], Thomas Mills [drums], Denny Drazkowski [accordion]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
031 7673 FREE SAMPLES F 1721/ BCD-16191
032 7674 I WISH I WUZ F 1721/ BCD-16191
033 7675 I'M GONNA GET ALONG WITHOUT YOU F 1854/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
034 7676 ORANGE BLOSSOM SPECIAL unissued/ BCD-16191
8 October 1951 [no. 2339, 20:30-22:30]] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jasper Hogsed [gt/fiddle], Rusty Nitz [bass], Muddy Berry [drums], Denny Drazkowski [accordion]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
035 9127 IT'S MORE FUN THAT WAY F 2468/ LP-5015 BCD-16191
036 9128 SHE'S A MEAN, MEAN WOMAN F 1987/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
037 9129 SNAKE DANCE BOOGIE F 1854/CD-9004 BCD-16191
038 9130 PUT SOME SUGAR IN YOUR SHOES F 2083/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
28 January 1952 [no.2509, 20:00-23:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jasper Hogsed [gt/fiddle], Rusty Nitz [bass], Milton Berry/Pee Wee Adams [drums], Denny Drazkowski [accordion]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
039 9661 WHERE HAS MY LITTLE LOVE GONE unissued/BCD-16191
040 9662 STRETCHIN' A POINT OR TWO F 2083/ BCD-16191
041 9663 LET YOUR PENDULUM SWING F 1987/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
042 9664 ROLL 'EM DICE F 2350/ LP-5015 BCD-16191
17 November 1952 [no. 2806, 16:30-19:30] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Jasper Hogsed [gt/fiddle], Phil Ransom [bass], Roy Harte [drums], Myron Sautter [piano]. Producer: Kenny Nelson)
043 10799 FLAT TOP unissued/ BCD-16191
044 10800 AIN'T A BUMP IN THE ROAD F 2350/ LP-5015 BCD-16191
045 10801 SO COLD, SO DEADM SO SOON unissued/ BCD-16191
046 10802 RED WING F 2468/ LP-5015 BCD-16191
28 December 1953 [no. 3274, 15:00-18:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Roy Harte [drums], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
047 12186 WHO P-P-P-T-T-T TOBACK? Unissued/ BCD-16191
048 12187 YOU'RE JUST MY STYLE F 2807/ CD-9004
049 12188 BABIES AND BACON F 2720/ CD-9004
050 12189 TOO MANY CHIEFS AND NOT ENOUGH INDIANS F 2807/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
051 12194 WHO WROTE THAT LETTER TO JOHN F 2720/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
19 October 1954 [no. 3559, 19:00-22:00] Capitol Recording Studio, 5515 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Roy Hogsed (Roy Hogsed [vcl/gt], Rusty Nitz [bass], Lee Hughes [drums], Gene Dewez [accordion]. Producer: Ken Nelson)
052 13106 I'M HURTIN' AGAIN F 3007/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
053 13107 YES HE DID unissued/ BCD-16191
054 13108 DO YOU CALL THAT A SWEETHEART? F 3007/ CD-9004 BCD-16191
055 13109 GONNA BUILD A FENCE AROUND YOU unissued/ BCD-16191

ALBUMS

Cowgirlboy [GER] LP-5018 Take That Slow Train Through Arkansas: Twenty-Five Chickens Thirty-Five Cows; Rag Mop; Rainbow Polka; Red Wing; It's More Fun That Way; Roll-'Em Dice; Ain't A Bump In The Road; Come Right In And Set A Spell; Birthday Polka; Loafers Song (Livin' A Life Of Sin); Cocaine Blues; Dill Pickles; Let's Go Dancin'; Easy Payment Blues; Short Cut Cutie Polka - 85
Bronco Buster [GER] CD-9004 Snake Dance Boogie: Snake Dance Boogie; Let Your Pendulum Swing; Put Some Sugar In Your Shoes; She's A Mean Mean Woman; Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding; Red We Want Is The Red We Got (In The Old Red White And Blue); You're Just My Style; Shuffleboard Shuffle; Poco Tempo; I'm Gonna Get Along Without You Now; I'm Hurtin' Again; Do You Call That A Sweetheart?; Who Wrote That Letter To Old John; Babies And Bacon; Too Many Chiefs And Not Enough Indians - 95
Bear Family [GER] BCD-16191 Cocaine Blues: Ain't A Bump In The Road; Daisy Mae; Let Your Pendulum Swing; Shuffleboard Shuffle; Cocaine Blues; Snake Dance Boogie; She's A Mean Mean Woman; Free Samples; Let's Go Dancin'; Red Wing; Red Silk Stockings And Green Perfume; Stretchin' A Point Or Two; Roll-'Em Dice; Baby Want You Settle Down; Too Many Chiefs And Not Enough Indians; I'm Gonna Get Along Without You Now; Do You Call That A Sweetheart?; I Wish I Wuz; Fish Tail Boogie; Who Wrote That Letter To Old John; So Cold So Dead So Soon; Hot Rod; It's More Fun That Way; Orange Blossom Special; I'm Hurtin' Again; Put Some Sugar In Your Shoes; Flat Top; Tonight I'm All Alone; Who P-P-T-T Tobacky?; Poco Tempo; Yes He Did; Gonna Build A Fence Around You - 99

SINGLES
Coast (1947, masters were leased to Capitol)
261 Daisy Mae / Red Silk Stockings And Green Perfume – 06-47 (rev. June 7)
262 The Loafers Song / Cocaine Blues – 07-47 (rev. July 12)
265 Don't Telephone, Don't Telegraph, Just Tell A Woman / I Can't Get My Foot Off The Rail - 47
266 Baby Won't You Settle Down / The Short Cut Cutie Polka – 12-47 (rev. Jan. 3, 1948)
271 Come On And Set A Spell / The Birthday Polka - 48
Capitol (1949-54)
40120 Cocaine Blues / Fishtail Boogie  - 06-48 (Coast tracks, rev. June 19)
40133 The Short Cut Cutie Polka / Easy Payment Blues – 08-48 (Coast tracks, rev. Aug. 14)
40141 Slow Train To Arkansas / Twenty-Five Chickens – 48 (Coast tracks)
57-40220 Dill Pickles / Let's Go Dancing - 08-49
F40274 Cocaine Blues / Fishtail Boogie – 01-50 (reissue, Coast tracks, rev. Jan. 28)
F40286 Rag Mop / Rainbow Polka - 02-50 (rev. Feb. 11)
F1201 The Red We Want Is The Red We Got (In The Old Red White And Blue) / Don't Bite The Hand That's Feeding You - 09-50
F1529 Poco Tempo / Shuffleboard Shuffle - 05-51 (rev. June 2)
F1721 Free Samples / I Wish I Wuz - 07-51
F1854 Snake Dance Boogie / Gonna Get Along Without You - 11-51 (rev. Nov. 24)
F1987 She's A Mean, Mean Woman / Let Your Pendulum Swing - 02-52 (rev. March 1)
F1635 Cocaine Blues / Fishtail Boogie – 03-52 (reissue, rev. March 15)
F2083 Stretchin' A Point Or Two / Put Some Sugar In Your Shoes - 05-52 (rev. May 31)
F2350 Roll 'Em Dice / Ain't A Bump In The Road - 02-53
F2468 It's More Fun That Way / Red Wing - 05-53 (rev. May 16)
F2720 Who Wrote That Letter To John? / Babies And Bacon - 02-54 (rev. Feb. 6)
F2807 You're Just My Style / Too Many Chiefs And Not Enough Indians – ca. 17-05-54 (rev. June 5)
F3007 I'm Hurtin' Again / Do You Call That A Sweetheart? - 12-54 (rev. Dec. 18)