THE LINK DAVIS DISCOGRAPHY - THE BIG V JAMBOREE - PAUL VIDAL
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Compiled By Pierre Monnery.
Original releases are listed first, then the reissues.
An index to the reissues appears at the end of the discography.

CRYSTAL SPRINGS RAMBLERS                                                                                                                                Dallas, June 19, 1937
Vcl-1/fiddle with Joe Holley, fiddle; Earl Driver, alto sax; Loren Mitchell, piano; J.B. Brinkley, gtr/vcl-2; Morris Deason, gtr/tenor banjo/vcl; Jimmie McAdoo, bass.
DAL-371-2  TIRED OF ME -1                                       VOCALION 03707
DAL-376-1  TELL ME PRETTY MAMA -2                           "                "
Note : Other sides from this session feature Link Davis on fiddle only.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                               KRTM Radio Station, Beaumont, early '47
Vcl/fiddle with Lee Bell, el. gtr; Clyde Brewer, fiddle/el. mandolin; Joe Davis, gtr; Shang Kennedy, bass; Jack Kennedy, piano;
Merle Powell, drums.
IF 9  MY PRETTY BLONDE                                             IMPERIAL 8004
IF10 TIRED OF BEING LONESOME                               IMPERIAL 8008
IF11 BORN TO LOVE YOU                                             IMPERIAL 8004
IF12 WHY DID YOU GO AWAY ?                                  IMPERIAL 8008              
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                 KRIC Radio Station, Beaumont, early '47
IF 17 I’M TIRED                                                              IMPERIAL 8009
IF 18 I’M WAITING FOR YOU                                                          -----
LINK DAVIS & The Blue Bonnet Playboys                                                                                               KRIC Radio Station, Beaumont, 1947
Vcl/fiddle with Lee Bell, gtr; Clyde Brewer, fiddle/el. mandolin; Mancel Tierney, piano; Deacon Anderson, steel gtr; Shang Kennedy, bass; Merle Powell, drums.
IF 35 RICE AND GRAVY BLUES                                    IMPERIAL 8018 / KK CD 06, COL CD-5341, COL CD-5594
IF 38 RICE AND GRAVY BOOGIE                                                    ----- / KK CD 06
LINK DAVIS & The Blue Bonnet Playboys                                                                                               KRIC Radio Station, Beaumont, 1947
Vcl/fiddle with poss. Clyde Brewer, fiddle; Lee Bell, gtr; poss. Deacon Anderson, steel gtr; Mancel Tierney, piano; Shang Kennedy, bass; Merle Powell, drums.
IF 36 BROKEN HEART                                                         BAYOU 3001
IF 37 YOU PLAYED AROUND                                                          ----- / KK CD 06, COL CD-5594
LINK DAVIS & The Blue Bonnet Playboys                                                                                                KRIC Radio Station, Beaumont, 1947
Vcl/fiddle with Lee Bell, el. gtr ; Clyde Brewer, el. mandolin; Harris Dodd, steel gtr; Cotton Erwin, tenor sax; Mancel Tierney, piano; Shang Kennedy, bass; Merle Powell, drums.
IF 39 STEEL GUITAR JUMP                                          IMPERIAL 8030 / KK CD 06
IF 40 LEAVE MY BLUES BEHIND                                           unissued
IF 41 YOU LOWDOWN CONCEITED DOG                   IMPERIAL 8030
IF 42 TEXAS SWING                                                               unissued / KK CD 24
LINK DAVIS and The Blue Bonnet Playboys                                                                                         KRIC Radio Station, Beaumont, 1947
Vcl/fiddle with Lee Bell, gtr/vcl; other details uncertain.

IF 57 YOU LOVE ME TOO LATE (Vcl: Lee Bell )              IMPERIAL 8025
IF 58 I’M GRIEVING OVER YOU (Vcl: Lee Bell)                                -----
IF 59 I DON’T NEED YOU NOW                                              unissued
IF 60 THE DAY IS SURE TO COME                                         unissued
Note : IF 55-56, from the same session, are Lee Bell numbers.
CLIFF BRUNER & His Texas Wanderers                                                                                              ACA Studio, Houston, August 1, 1949
Cliff Bruner, fiddle; Dewey Lee Bell, gtr; Gerald Henry 'Cotton' Erwin, clt; John Wallace, string bass; Robert Lee 'Bob' Dunn, steel gtr;
John Courville, drums; Link Davis, vcl/fiddle.
ACA 1176 UNFAITHFUL ONE (Vcl: Cliff Bruner)                         AYO 103, MODERN 20-698
ACA 1177 SAN ANTONIO BLUES (Vcl: Link Davis)                               ---                   ------- / BCD 15932, ACE CDCHD 893
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                   Quinn Recording Co., Houston, late '49/early '50
Vcl/sax with Harry Choates, fiddle; Carrol Broussard, steel gtr; Arthur 'Art' Diorio, piano; B.D. Williams or Sue Romero, bass;
Herschel Marson, drums.
670-B HAVE YOU HEARD THE NEWS                         GOLDSTAR 670 / KK CD 06, BCD 16355
670-A JOE TURNER                                                                          - - - /        -----             -----
LINK DAVIS with Benny Leader’s Bayou Billies                                                                             ACA Studio, Houston, December 2, 1952
Vcl/fiddle with Frank Juricek, steel gtr; Bill Buckner, gtr; Clyde Brewer, piano; Benny Leader, bass; others unidentified.
CO 48591 BIG MAMOU                                                     OKEH 18001 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 48592 PRETTY LITTLE DEMON                                               -----                        ---
CO 48593 LAFAYETTE WEDDING                                Okeh unissued
CO 48594 RICE AND GRAVY BLUES                            Okeh unissued
LINK DAVIS & Benny Leader’s Bayou Billies                                                                                  KLEE Radio Station, Houston, early 1950’s
Vcl with personnel similar to above.
ALL THE WORLD IS LONELY NOW                                          unissued / KK CD 06
LINK DAVIS & Benny Leader’s Bayou Billies                                                                                   ACA Studio, Houston, March 20, 1953
Vcl/fiddle with Truman Williams, gtr; Ernest 'Deacon’ Evans, steel gtr; Clyde Brewer, piano; Benny Leader, bass.
CO 49109 CHERE PETITE (DEAR LITTLE ONE)           Okeh unissued
CO 49110 PORT ARTHUR                                               Okeh unissued
CO 49111 LONELY HEART                                                  OKEH 18011 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 49112 TIME WILL TELL                                                             -----                       ----
LINK DAVIS & His Bayou Billies                                                                                                        ACA Studio, Houston, October 21, 1953
Vcl/fiddle with Steve Hester, gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Ralph Smith, piano; Walter 'Buck’ Henson, bass; Basil 'Rusty’ Alfred, dms.
CO 50337 MAMOU WALTZ                                                OKEH 18025 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 50338 HEY GARCON                                                                 -----                      ----
CO 50339 FALLING FOR YOU                                          OKEH 18035 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 50340 GUMBO YA YA                                                              -----                       ----
LINK DAVIS & His Bayou Billies                                                                                                              ACA Studio, Houston, April 17, 1954
Vcl/fiddle with Cameron Hill, lead gtr; Floyd Tillman, gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Ralph Smith, piano; Clyde Brewer, bass.
CO 51408 CRAWFISH CRAWL                                        OKEH 18048 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 51409 YOU’RE LITTLE BUT YOU’RE CUTE                           ------                      ----
CO 51410 MAMA SAY NO                                               OKEH 18057 /                    ----
CO 51411 YOU SHOW UP MISSING                                          ------                        ----
LINK DAVIS & His Bayou Billies                                                                                                           ACA Studio, Houston, November 16, 1954
Vcl/fiddle with Cameron Hill, gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Ralph Smith, piano; Walter 'Buck’ Henson, bass; Doug Hudson, drums.
CO 52833 EVERYTIME I PASS YOUR DOOR         COLUMBIA 21431 / EDSEL ED 279
CO 52834 CAJUN LOVE                                                                ------                     ----
CO 52835 VATICACHER (GO HIDE YOURSELF) COLUMBIA 21350,                     ----
CO 52836 KAJALENA                                                                   ------                      ----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                Gold Star Studio, Houston, circa June '55
Vcl/fiddle with Floyd Tillman, gtr; Cameron Hill, gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Hub Sutter, clarinet/alto sax/harmony vcl; Ralph Smith, piano; Buck Henson, bass; poss. Bill Kimbrough, drums.
GS 1667 / A-5117 MAGNIOLA GARDEN WALTZ (vcl : F. TILLMAN )       NUCRAFT 2026 / COL CD-5341, COL CD-5594, KK CD 06, BCD 16415
GS 1668 / A-5118 GRASSHOPPER                                                                          ----                    -----                 -----                              ------
Note : Nucraft 2026 reviewed in Billboard July 16, 1955.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                   Floyd Tillman's Studio, Houston, 1955
Vcl/fiddle; Hubert 'Hub' Sutter, harmony vcl/tenor sax/clarinet; with prob. Herb Remington, steel gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Ralph 'Smitty' Smith, piano; Darrell Newsome or Bill Kimbrough, drums.
ACA 136-1 BIG HOUSTON                                               WESTERN 1073, SARG 136/ COL CD 5594, BCD 16296
ACA 137-1 COCKROACH                                                                     ----              ---                  -----            ------
Note : Sarg 136 released July 27, 1956.
The WESTERN single was released as by Floyd Tillman with Link Davis & The Bayou Billies (1072)/Link Davis with Floyd Tillman & All
The Boys (1073). SARG 136 & 137 were issued simply as by Link Davis (136) and Floyd Tillman (137). All four sides reissued on
Bear Family BCD 16415.

LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                  Gold Star Studio, Houston, early 1956
Vcl/ts with Herb Remington, steel gtr; Hal Harris, ld gtr; Doc Lewis, pno; prob. Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; poss. Bill Kimbrough, dms.
ST-2417 SIXTEEN CHICKS                                            STARDAY 235, 242 ; SPARTON 280 (Canada) / GUSTO GD-5017 X
ST-2418 DEEP IN THE HEART OF A FOOL                                    ----
Note : Starday 235 reviewed in Billboard April 21, 1956. Starday 242 reviewed May 12, 1956.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                   Gold Star Studio, Houston, Spring 1956
Vcl/ts with Herb Remington, steel gtr; Hal Harris, ld gtr; Doc Lewis, pno; prob. Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; poss. Bill Kimbrough, dms.
ST-2440 DON’ T BIG SHOT ME                                       STARDAY 255 / GUSTO GD-5017 X
ST-2441 GRASSHOPPER ROCK                                      STARDAY 242 ; SPARTON 280 (Canada) / GUSTO GD-5031 X
Note : Starday 255 reviewed in Billboard August 4, 1956.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                               Gold Star Studio, Houston, August 4, 1956
Vcl/ts; personnel similar to above.
ST-2461 ROCK AND ROLL WITH JOLE BLON                          unissued
ST-2462 TRUCKER FROM TENNESSEE                             STARDAY 255 / ACE 10CH 17, ACE CH 45, ACE CDCHD 311
ST-2463 BUMBLE BEE BOP                                                      unissued
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                      Gold Star Studio, Houston, late 1956/early 1957
Vcl/fiddle with prob. Ernie Hunter, fiddle; Doc Lewis, piano; Hal Harris, lead gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Bill Kimbrough, drums.
ST-2499 BAYOU BUFFALO                                               STARDAY 275
ST-2500 WOULD YOU BE WAITING                                                   --- / CASCADE DROP 1011
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                         Gold Star Studio, Houston, 1957
Vcl/fiddle with prob. Ernie Hunter, fiddle; Doc Lewis, piano; Hal Harris, lead gtr; Herb Remington, steel gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Bill Kimbrough, drums.
ST-2553 SLIPPIN’ AND SLIDIN’ SOMETIMES               STARDAY 293 / ACE NS 52, ACE CH 191, ACE CHA 218, ACE CDCH191
ST-2554 ALLONS A LAFAYETTE                                                       ---                 ---
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                Gold Star Studio, Houston, November 57
Vcl/fiddle with prob. Sidney Brown, accordion ; Ray Holder, drums; unknown gtr & bass.
ST-2669 WALTZ OF THE JAMBALAYA                             STARDAY 331, D 1135 / BCD 15834
ST-2670 BIG COONIE (Inst.)                                                            ----       -----             ------
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                           Houston,1958
Vcl/ts with Junior Beck, lead gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Ray Holder, drums; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano; the Echoes, backing vcl.
J80W-7411 BON-TA-RU-LA (LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL )     ALL STAR 7171 / COL CD-5594, KK CD 06
J80W-7412 MEMORIES WITH YOU                                                                 ----
Note : Allstar 7171 reviewed in Billboard October 6, 1958.
LINK DAVIS & The Cajuns                                                                                                                           Prob. Gold Star Studio, Houston, 1959
Vcl with Junior Beck, lead gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Ray Holder, drums; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano.
TA-101 PERMIT BLUES                                                         TANKER 715 / COL CD 5594, KK CD 06
TA-102 AIRLINER                                                                                 ----                  -----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                      Houston, early 1959
Vcl/ts; Junior Beck, lead gtr; Buck Henson, bass; Ray Holder, drums; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano.
A-1002 BALLAD OF JOLE BLON                                                    ALL STAR 7185
A-1003 VISIONS                                                                                               -----
Note : Allstar 7185 reviewed in Billboard May 18, 1959.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                           Houston, late 1959/early 1960
Vcl/ts with poss. Junior Beck or Joey Long, lead gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; Ray Holder, drums; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano.
A-1271 TEE MAMOU                                                                        ALL STAR 7203
?             LITTLE PEOPLE                                                                                    -----
Note : Allstar 7203 probably released May, 1960.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                       Houston, early 1961
Vcl with poss. Joey Long or Johnny Spain, lead gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano;
unknown drums.
1470 COME DANCE WITH ME                                                      D 1191 / ACE 10CH 19, BCD 15835
1471 FIVE MILES FROM TOWN                                                        ----                                        ------
Note : D 1191 released March 31, 1961.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                        Houston, circa 1961
Vcl/ts with Joey Long, lead gtr; Walter 'Buck' Henson, bass; prob. Bucky Meadows or Wiley Barkdull, piano; unknown drums.
LINK 1500 FERRY RIDE                                                                 AL’S 1500
LINK 1501 RICE & GRAVY                                                             AL’S 1501 / KK CD 06
AL’S 1510 JOHNNY BE GOODE                                                     AL’S 1503, WESTERN 1001
AL’S 1511 MY LAST GOOD-BYE                                                             -----                     ----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                             Houston, 1963
Vcl with unknown personnel.
ZG-69011 LITTLE RED BOAT                                                     ALL BOY 8505 / COL CD-5341, COL CD-5594
ZG-69012 FORGET-ME-NOTS                                                                    -----                                              -----
Note : July 17, 1962 : contracts with LONGHORN Music (BMI) for both 'Guy from Big Mamou' and 'Little Red Boat'.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                        Houston, July 1963
Vcl with unknown personnel.
ZG 69017 JOLE BLON                                                                    ALL BOY 8508
ZG 69018 GUY FROM BIG MAMOU                                               ALL BOY 8508 / COL CD-5341
Note : Delta # (48084) in run-out grooves.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                          Gold Star Studio, Houston, 1963
Vcl with unknown personnel.
ACA-5466 YOU WERE ONLY PULLING MY LEG                        PARADISE 1007 / COL CD-5594
ACA-5467 WHENEVER YOU FIND YOUR LOVE MY LOVE                           ----                 -------
Note : 'You Were Only Pulling My Leg' issued without backing vocals on Col. CD-5594.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                   Probably Gold Star Studio, Houston, 1963
Vcl with unknown personnel.
AG-5972 ORANGE BLOSSOMS                                                                    PARADISE 1014 / COL CD-5594
AG-5973 FEU FOLLET                                                                                                       ----                  ------             
LINK DAVIS – The Man With The Buzzing Sax                                                                                                                   Houston, 1964
Vcl/ts with Bobby Welborn, tpt; Joey Long, gtr; Sammy Jay (Jaramillo), fiddle bass; Link Davis Jr, drums.
M-4225 I KEEP WANTING YOU MORE                                             KOOL 1026
M-4226 BEATLE BUG ( inst )                                                                       ---- / COL CD-5341, COL CD-5594, KK CD 06
Note : March 2, 1964, contract with ALL STAR (BMI).
            Nationally released by March 9, 1964.

LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                            Houston, late 1964
Vcl with unknown personnel.
LH-1227 IF IT’S WRONG TO LOVE YOU                                   PRINCESS 4038
LH-1228 I LOVE YOU A THOUSAND WAYS                                                 -----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                            Houston, circa 1965
Vcl/fiddle with unknown personnel.
M-4913 BIG MAMOU                                                                 ALL STAR 7305 / COL CD-5594
M-4914 LOUISIANA WALTZ                                                                       -----
Note : Sept.2, 1964 : contract with ALL STAR.
            Is this the version of ‘Big Mamou’ on which Glenn Barber played ?
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                         Gold Star Studio, Houston, 1965/early 1966
Vcl/fiddle with Marc Savoy, accdn; Rodney Lejeune, gtr; Lionel Blanchard, bass; Dallay Roy, dms; Huey Meaux, vcl shouts -1
               I DREAMED OF MY BUDDIES -1                          CRAZY CAJUN 517
HMLD-2 DON’T LET GO (LASH LA RA )-1                                                  ----
LDMS-1 AIRMAIL                                                                 CRAZY CAJUN 521
LDMS-2 RED BANDANA (Hobo Blues )                                                      ----, CC LP 1004, MERCURY LP SR 61243
LD3        ( Live With Me In) BIG MAMOU                          CRAZY CAJUN 526, CC LP 1004, MERCURY LP SR 61243
LD4        CAJUN HONEY                                                                                ----, MERCURY LP SR 61243
Note : Crazy Cajun 517 is credited to Link Davis-Huey Meaux.
            'I Dreamed Of My Buddies' is credited to Huey Meaux only and does not feature Link Davis.
            'Hobo Blues' starts with a dialog on the MERCURY LP version.

LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                     Recording Service Studios, Pasadena, 1966-67
Vcl/fiddle/ts with Buck Henson, bass; Hank Flanagan, Joey Long, gtrs; Glenn Paul/Jerry Shea, steel gtr; Wiley Barkdull, pno; Roger Greer, drums.
        (Let’s Go To) BIG HOUSTON-short version                       CRAZY CAJUN CC LP 1004
        (Let’s Go To) BIG HOUSTON-long version                               MERCURY LP SR 61243
        I PASSED IN FRONT OF YOUR DOOR                                    CRAZY CAJUN CC LP 1004
        (Rice & Gravy Fever) BLUES FOR LOUISIANA                                                       -----, MERCURY LP SR 61243
        I PLAYED THAT SONG FOR YOU                                                                                -----,                              -------
        (My Pretty Blonde) JOLE BLON                                                                                -----,                              -------
        (Let’s Go Little Dee Don) PRETTY LITTLE DEDON                                                  -----,                              -------
LD4 FACE IN THE GLASS                                                                                 PRINCESS 4057
        FACE IN THE GLASS (without organ)                                 CRAZY CAJUN CC LP 1004
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                      Recording Service Studios, Pasadena, 1966-67
Vcl/fiddle/ts with David Carey, bass; Joey Long, gtr; Jerry Shea/Glenn Paul, steel gtr; Wayne Talbert, organ; Wiley Barkdull, pno;
Link Davis Jr/Bobby Jet, saxes; Don Lacy, drums.
LD3 ALBUQUERQUE                                                                                         PRINCESS 4057, CRAZY CAJUN LP CC 1004
        SUGAR BEE                                                                             CRAZY CAJUN LP CC 1004, MERCURY LP SR 61243
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                         Date & location unknown
Vcl with accordion, bass & drums
CAJUN BLUES (Rice & Gravy Blues)                                                                 COL CD-5594
FOU FOULET                                                                                                                         -----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                    Recording Service Studios, Pasadena ? 1966-67
Vcl/fiddle/ts with Buck Henson,bass; Hank Flanagan,Joey Long, gtrs; Glenn Paul/Jerry Shea, steel gtr; Wiley Barkdull, pno;
Roger Greer, drums.
STROLLIN’                                                                                                MERCURY LP SR 61243
KATALIN                                                                                                                                 ------
GOIN’ TO LAFAYETTE                                                                                                           ------
MY CONFESSION                                                                                                                  ------
THE DOCTOR KNOWS HIS BUSINESS (aka 'Operation Blues')                                      ------
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                Houston, circa 1967
Vcl with unknown personnel.
M 4913 BIG MAMOU                                                                                          STONEWAY 1053 / KK CD 06
M 4914 LOUISIANA WALTZ                                                                                                    -----
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                Houston, circa 1969
Vcl with unknown personnel.
LH-5560 I PLAYED THAT SONG FOR YOU                                                               VENUS 1447
LH-5561 STROLLING                                                                                                               -----
Note : July 1969, BMI clearance sheet. Signed on Sept.13,1969.
LINK DAVIS                                                                                                                                                                 Houston, circa 1970
Vcl with unknown personnel.
LH-7007 JOGGING                                                                                                 WESTERN 1004
LH-7008 YOU GAVE ME THIS BROKEN HEART                                                                     -----
Note : Pressed in 1971.
LINK DAVIS & B
and                                                                                                                                                    Houston, circa 1971
Vcl with unknown personnel.
FORGET ME NOT                                                                                                             ODLE 119
THE FACE IN THE GLASS                                                                                                         ----
KALINDA                                                                                                                                     ----
CAJON DOLL                                                                                                                              ---- / COL CD-5341
Note : June 11, 1971 : contract with Mary Francis Odle for these 4 songs.
           Odle 119 may have been released posthumously.

VINYL
MERCURY SR 61243
('Cajun Crawdaddy' * released circa mid-'69) / CRAZY CAJUN CC-LP-1004 ('Big Mamou' * released posthumously)
EDSEL ED 279 ('Big Mamou') / CASCADE DROP 1011 ('20 Great Country Recordings Of The 50's & 60's-Vol.2') / ACE 10CH 17 ('Rockabilly Party') / ACE 10CH 19 ('Kings Of Rockabilly-Vol. 2') / ACE NS 52 (reissue of Starday #293) / ACE CH 45 ('Best Of Ace Rockabilly') / ACE CH 191 ('Rockabilly Shakeout-Vol.1') / ACE CHA 218  ('The Fifties - Rockabilly Fever') / GUSTO GD-5017 X ('Starday-Dixie Rockabillys-Vol.1') / GUSTO GD-5031 X ('Starday-Dixie Rockabillys-Vol.2').
CDs
ACE CDCH191 ('Rockabilly Shakeout') / ACE CDCHD 311 ('Rarest Rockabilly & Hillbilly Boogie' & 'Best Of Ace Rockabilly')
BEAR FAMILY BCD 15834 ('The Complete D Singles Collection-Vol.3') / BEAR FAMILY BCD 15835 ('The Complete D Singles Collection-Vol.4') / BEAR FAMILY BCD 15932 ('Cliff Bruner & His Texas Wanderers') / BEAR FAMILY BCD 16296 ('The Sarg Records Story') 
BEAR FAMILY BCD 16355 ('Harry Choates-Devil In The Bayou') / COLLECTABLES COL CD-5341 ('The Guys From Big Mamou') / COLLECTABLES COL CD-5594 ('Cajun Blues') / KRAZY KAT KK CD 06 ('Let The Good Times Roll') / KRAZY KAT KK CD 24 ('Diggin' Texas Swing 1946-1955').

ONCE AGAIN, ALL ADDITIONS WELCOME !!


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