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P-VINE PCS-2468

HARLEY GABBARD

JIMMY PATTON
Jimmy Patton

WHITEY PULLEN - CROWN LP

WHITEY PULLEN - CROWN LP

THE FRONTIERSMEN

CASEY CLARK with LITTLE EVELYN
Casey Clark with Little Evelyn (Harlene)

CASEY CLARK

LONNIE BARRON

LONNIE BARRON

SANDY WALKER

JACK MORRIS

THE HOMETOWNERS

ROME JOHNSON

ROME JOHNSON

DONNIE BOWSER

RUSTY YORK

RUSTY YORK

JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN

RAY LUNSFORD

RAY LUNSFORD

WHITEY PULLEN

THE GEORGIA CRACKERS

THE GEORGIA CRACKERS

JACKIE DE SHANNON

TEX ATCHISON

TEX ATCHISON

WHITEY PULLEN

THE FRONTIERSMEN & JOANIE HALL

THE FRONTIERSMEN & JOANIE HALL


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Where Sage & Sand Records used to stand.Founded around 1953 by W.O. Fleener, Sage & Sand  is one of those indie labels which delight hillbilly and rockabilly alike because uptempo boppers and all kinds of rockers abound. First using the Sage & Sand imprint, the records were gradually issued either on Sage or on Sand (with several label color variations) as the accompanying discography will show.
In retrospect, the Sage & Sand label's roster of artists reads like a dictionary of country'n'western music and its recorded output was consistently excellent but the big hits never came its way.
It took quite some time until some record company had the good idea of exploring its vaults : that honor falls to P-Vine in Japan, who released an attractive series of CDs in 1993, one of which was dedicated to Sage & Sand.
Titled 'Rock'n'Roll Cowboy' and sub-titled 'Sage & Sand Greatest Rockabillies' (PCD 2468), it remains a successful attempt at compiling the best of the label's productions.


Here are the contents of the CD - along with my comments.

Gabbard & Holt : 'Hey Baby' (Sage 287) Fast rockabilly bopper with two biting guitar breaks and authentic hick vocals. Flip is 'Too Late To Cry'. 'Hey Baby' also appeared on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.3' (Sage C-22) as well as a Crown compilation ('Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.3', CLP 5241). In late '57, they had a release on Starday (#328, coupling 'You'll Never Find Another' with an instrumental titled 'Burning The Strings') where they were billed as 'The Logan Valley Boys'. Harley Gabbard had one outing on Arvis (#107, 'Quit Hanging Around'/'21 Years'). He kept on recording until the '70s on labels such as REM and Vetco (where he cut an album produced jointly by Rusty York and Lou Ukelson, both deceased and much missed).

Jimmy Patton
: 'I'm Not Shucking' (Sage LP C-22) * 'Yah! I'm Movin' (Sage 261) Two wild sides, especially 'Yah! I'm Movin' which features some hammering piano and a couple of crazy guitar breaks by Roy Lanham - probably the fiercest he ever played. The hugely talented Roy Lanham was part of the house band at Sage & Sand (with Freddy Haynes on piano, Ralph Gleason on drums and Lawrence Wootten on bass) who will appear on many other cuts on offer here. Oscar 'Jimmy' Patton had been discovered by W. O. Fleener while playing Los Angeles clubs. Another song Patton cut for Sage, 'Let Me Slide', appeared on a Rollin' Rock EP (#001) in the seventies. 'I'm Not Shucking' was also on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.3' (Sage C-22) and on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.3' (CLP 5241). Of course, Patton later moved to the Sims label where he waxed several 45's including the ferocious 'Okie's In The Pokie' (# 117), albeit it was a re-cut of the top side of his rarissime Hilligan single (HC-001/002), a label situated in Phoenix, Arizona. He had an excellent LP in the '60s on Stereotone (# 1002), titled 'Take 30 Minutes With Jimmy Patton' (with Bill Woods on piano). Other LPs were issued on Moon (#101, 'Make Room For The Blues') and Sourdough.

Joanie King
: 'OK Doll, It's A Deal' (Sage 258) A good jivin' rocker with some chorus. Good sound quality. Yet another song which was part of both 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.3' (Sage C-22) and 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.3' (CLP 5241). Original flip was 'History'. Recorded as Jo-Ann King for RCA Victor in 1958 ('False Alarm', #7302 and 'Bigger Than Texas', #7378).

Wally & Don : 'Never No More' * 'Just Play The Juke Box' (Sage 308) A real rocker backed with a nice chugging country bopper. Roy Lanham shines on guitar again. Despite what's noted in the liners, these two tracks are NOT on Sage #308 which couples 'Please Don't' with 'Desirable You'. 'Never No More' did appear on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.3' (Sage C-20) and on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.3' (CLP 5241) while 'Just Play The Juke Box' was on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.1' (Sage C-18) and on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.1' (CLP 5213).

Whitey Pullen : 'Everybody's Rockin' (Sage LP C-22) * 'Walk My Way Back Home' (Sage 274) * 'Moonshine Liquor' (Crown CLP 5332) * 'Tight Slacks' (Crown CLP 5332) * 'Tuscalusa Lucy' (Sage 313) * A great selection of cuts taken from various singles and LPs. Alabama-born Dwight 'Whitey' Pullen had real talent. He wrote most of his songs, including all the above rockers. He became road manager for Gene Vincent ; not only that, he also penned 'Everybody's Got A Date But Me' and co-wrote 'She She Little Sheila' with Jerry Merritt for Gene's 'Crazy Times' LP (Capitol T 1342, recorded in '59 and released in '60). Jerry Merritt, who was Gene's lead guitar player at the time, told me in 1993 that Whitey even played a barely audible rhythm guitar on some tracks of this classic album. Here, Whitey's youthful vocals are the real thing and the guitar/piano backings and soli are of Blue Caps quality : 'nuff said. 'Walk My Way Back Home', featuring electric piano and steel, is an all-time classic. 'Moonshine Liquor', with a piano solo which bears all the Clifton Simmons trademarks, handclaps and a hiccupy chorus, is in the same league. 'Tuscaloosa Lucy' is also reminiscent of Gene Vincent while 'Tight Slacks' starts with a Buddy Holly-influenced but Eddie Cochran-sounding guitar intro. 'Everybody's Rockin' is a true frantic piece of Rockabilly. You'll also find it on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.3' (CLP 5241). Pullen could sing Country'n'Western with equal ease and style ; his posthumous Crown album, judiciously titled 'Country Music Star' (CLP 5332), contained a whole side in this vein. With some well dosed echo and a sparse backing led by the steel guitar, you'll be haunted forever by such distinctive tracks as 'Waltz Of The Blues' or 'I Won The Day I Lost You'. Don't be afraid to check out his lone Carlton single, 'Sunglasses After Dark' b/w 'Teenage Bug' (Carlton 455), issued as by Dwight Pullen - it's a monster ! Whitey seemed destined for success but unfortunately, he was another victim of cancer : he died on November 24, 1961. He was only 26.

Casey Clark : 'Lost John' (Sage & Sand 220) With backing by The Lazy Ranch Boys and a vocal by Barefoot Brownie, it's a much sought-after item from 1956, with an irresistible vocal by Barefoot Brownie & Quartet and punctuated with three soli (steel, piano and guitar). I also think that Buddy Emmons plays steel guitar on this early hillbilly bopper since he co-wrote the flip ('Pot Of Gold', sung by Herb Williams, also on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.2', Sage C-20). Emmons recounted in a 'Guitar Player' interview by Tom Bradshaw that he 'got a phone call from Clark to replace his original steeler, Jim Baker, who'd gone into the service. I took the job and went to Detroit'. He also mentionned that he took delivery of his Bigsby triple-neck pedal steel, similar to Speedy West's, while with Clark and that he 'asked Paul Bigsby to change one neck of his guitar to the 'Slowly' tuning', so that he could emulate Bud Isaacs's sound with Webb Pierce. Casey Clark was a fiddle player and a DJ on WXEL. He certainly had a knack for enrolling great steelers ; Paul Franklin was the one who replaced Buddy Emmons after he was picked up by Little Jimmy Dickens. Jimmy Day and Terry Bethel were also onboard at one time or another.
Haven't yet heard his other offering on Sage 237 - 'Blues Stay Away From Me' b/w 'Much Too Much' -, neither side having been selected for this release. The Lazy Ranch Boys also backed up Okie Jones on Sage & Sand 221, 'Could You, Would You', and Evelyn Harlene on Sage 243, 'I've Got The Blues', both of which, incidentally, appear on the Japanese 'Crown Greatest Rockabillies' CD in the same series. 'Lost John' could be found on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.4' (Sage C 24) and on the early 60's Crown compilation 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.4' (CLP 5243).

Bud Titus
: 'Hocus Pocus' (Sage 244) Super Merle Travis style number and Roy Lanham does another great job on it. Once again available on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.4' (Sage C 24) and 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.4' (CLP 5243). Flip was 'Tomorrow' (included on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.2', Sage C-20).

The Kellyes : 'The Great Foggy Mountain' (Sage 312) Ooh, Roy Lanham again and a bluegrass-gospel like male/female vocal. Written by Oscar Hart (of 'Fender Bender' fame) and his wife, Verna Pearl. The correct spelling of the group was, probably, The Kelly's : same outfit as on Republic ? Another song to be found on 'Country Music On The Go Vol.4' (Sage C 24) and 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.4' (CLP 5243). Flip was 'Blue Tears'.

Whitey Knight : 'Another Brew Bartender' (Sage & Sand 205) * 'Big Glass Of Wine' (Sage 344) 'Another Brew Bartender' is one of my top favorites : a fine chugger with fiddle and steel guitar breaks. As for 'Big Glass Of Wine', some echo on the vocal and more great Lanham guitar give this country rocker a kind of Hank Thompson influence. Knight also had one release on the rare Lomita, California-based Nielsen label (#57, 'From An Angel To A Devil') as well as two singles on Dot (#15577, 'Blues Walked In' and #15630, 'Travelin' Blues'). 'Big Glass Of Wine' and another song called 'Happy Go Lucky' (its flip side, it would seem) were compiled on another Crown LP, 'Country & Western Jamboree' (CLP 5330).
'Another Brew Bartender' appeared on both 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.4' (Sage C 24) and 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.4' (CLP 5243).

Tex Atchison : 'Tennessee Hound Dog' / 'Mail Man' (Sage 343) Fantastic !! A revelation !! Incredible breaks from Roy Lanham with those trademark glissandi which give me chills every time. The good vocal back up on both sides could be by The Frontiersmen (or The Sons Of The Pioneers ?). Tex was no newcomer, having recorded in the '40s and '50s on Crystal, King, Federal, Deluxe and Imperial ; he also played fiddle on a number of West Coast sessions (for instance, with Johnny Bond in 1951, for whom he wrote 'Alabama Boogie Boy' and co-wrote 'Sick, Sober & Sorry'). He had even co-written the jumping 'Some Like It Hot' for Sammy Masters in 1956 (Four Star 1695, with Jimmy Bryant on lead).
Both sides of this now rare single appeared on 'Country'n'Western Jamboree' (Crown CLP 5330).

Charley Williams : 'Cotton Pickin' Ball' / 'House On A Hill' (Sage 315) Another top double-sider with more superb Roy Lanham stylings. 'House On The Hill' would have perfectly suited Ricky Nelson's voice. Other Sage cuts included 'Playing Guitar & Missing You' (Sage 291) and 'Goodnight Again'. This latter track, as well as both sides of Sage 315, were compiled on 'Country'n'Western Jamboree' (Crown CLP 5330). 'Lorena', the flip of Sage 291, was featured on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.1' (Sage C-18) and on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.1' (CLP 5213) in or around 1961.

Lonnie Barron
: 'Teenage Queen' (Sage 230) Strong Hillbilly rocker from a singer who was killed, following a triangle love affair, early in 1957. Awesome guitar and steel. Don't know whether the above recording features Casey Clark's Lazy Ranch Boys (Lonnie's early Sage & Sand outings did feature them on back up under the name The Farm Boys). The flip, 'Please Blue Heart', showed up on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.1' (CLP 5213). If you ever want to investigate The Mississippi Farm Boy's complete recorded output - and you'll be glad you did, trust me -, the best way is to grab a copy of the splendid 10" LP (on red vinyl) titled 'Don't Doubt My Love' and put out by Craig Maki on Woodward Records in 1997 (PO Box 494 - New Baltimore, MI 48047 - USA). By the way, Craig 'Bones' Maki has written a book on Detroit's Country Music. He also sang and played rhythm guitar with The Big Barn Combo whose LP, 'Coming All The Way From Detroit City' (Jungle Room JB 12001), comes highly recommended by Yours Truly !

Larry Thornton
: 'Honky Tonk Queen' (Sage 335) A relentless stomper with good guitar throughout. It seems that there were different couplings for this '45 but 'Honky Tonk Queen' does appear on 'Country Music On The Go-Vol.4' (Sage C-24) and on 'Oldies & Goodies-Country'n'Western Vol.4' (CLP 5243).

Eddie Dean : 'Rock'n'Roll Cowboy' (Sage 226) One of Eddie's most uptempo songs, featuring The Cletro Combo as backing band (including a sax). Very funny (a put down on Rock'n'Roll, needless to say !) but nicely done nevertheless. Eddie Dean is a great ballad singer but hardly a rockabilly ; I had the opportunity to meet him in 1987 at Hank Penny's house and he sang 'Can't Help Falling In Love' as a tribute to Elvis : boy, was that good ! My favorite cut by him remains 'Impatient Blues' (Sage & Sand 188) with backing by The Frontiersmen featuring Marian Hall on steel. Please check out my
Eddie Dean tribute.

And there you have it : 23 outstanding tracks which confirm all the good things I told you about the Sage & Sand family of labels. Sure, it's far from complete : they had the space to include 'Everybody Likes A Little Lovin' by the great Doye O'Dell - Sage 297 - with another killing break by Lanham, as well as some sides by Evelyn Harlene, Dean Gordon, Rome Johnson, Jack Morris, Sandy Walker and/or Rusty York. Likewise, a volume could have been devoted to The Frontiersmen and Joanie Hall, as they account for a large part of the label's single releases. However, this compilation also shows the close relationship between Sage & Sand and the Crown label, the latter almost acting like a subsidiary aiming at releasing the former's catalog on LPs.
Last, it can be said that the superstar of the disc is Roy Lanham whose confident and flexible playing greatly contributed to the excellence of the recordings. He will be honored on a page all his own on this site.
ROY LANHAM
As with the other CDs in the series, the sound quality is extremely variable, so now that Bear Family has done the job properly - presumably, essentially from the original master tapes -, you
won't have to look for that long deleted disc any more.


© Paul VIDAL * 1999-2014-May 2019

THE SAGE & SAND DISCOGRAPHY


This discography does not include releases by Eddie Dean, Ernie Hagar and Doye O'Dell which appear on their respective pages. My thanks to Bill Barley, Marianne Cwynarski, Bill Dryden, Steve Foehner, Alan Glaser, Steve Hathaway, Kent Heineman, Kevin W. Johnson, Todd Lucas, Mike McKay, Peter Mohr, Pascal Perrault
and Don Shenbarger for their generous help.

45's
Sage & Sand 150 CLIFF WARREN ?
Sage & Sand 160
THE FRONTIERSMEN Lovin' Country Style/I Gave You Up To Somebody Else
Sage & Sand 161
THE FRONTIERSMEN She Was Kissin' Somebodyb Else/Tonight Is The Night
(the '78 has 'Tonight Is The Night' as the B-side while the '45 exists with 'Sing Me A Song I Can Cry To' in its place)
Sage & Sand 170 THE FRONTIERSMEN Hi-Ball, The Gate Mate/Hi, Pardner
Sage & Sand 201
LONNIE BARRON
You're Not The First Girl/Sentimental Me, Sentimental She
Sage & Sand 202 LYNN HOWARD Left Over Love/Blue Shadows
Sage & Sand 203
BOBBY BYRD Delicious Are Your Kisses/Please Don't Hurt Me
Sage & Sand 204 BOBBY BYRD Candle Of Love/Peanut Brittle
Sage & Sand 205
WHITEY KNIGHT Another Brew Bartender/?
Sage & Sand 209
SMOKEY STOVER I Never Thought I'd See The Day/Don't Ever Take Her Love For Granted
Sage & Sand 210
SMOKEY STOVER There's No Right Way To Do Me Wrong/No Plans For The Future
Sage & Sand 211
THE FRONTIERSMEN Put A Little/?
Sage & Sand EP-212/213
THE FRONTIERSMEN Cold Grey Dawn/Whistlin' Kind Of Love/The Baby On The Doorstep/
All Alone, Broken Hearted, Missin' You

Sage & Sand 214
EDDIE CLETRO Santa Claus, Jr./Give Me An Old Fashioned Christmas
Sage & Sand 216 TERRY KING Don't Use My Heart For A Stepping Stone/There's My Heart
Sage & Sand 218
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN You'll Come Crawlin' Back/They Had To Say Goodbye
Sage & Sand 219
LONNIE BARRON Go On, It's OK/Don't Doubt My Love
Sage & Sand 220
CASEY CLARK
Lost John/Pot Of Gold
Sage & Sand 221
OKIE JONES
Could You,Would You/How Could You
Sage & Sand 222 BOBBY LILE
Knockin' My Head/Don't You Believe It
Sage & Sand 223
JACKIE LOWELL Sally Get Your Mind On What You're Doin'/Thinkin' 'Bout My Gal
Sage 225 BOBBY LILE Too Many Secrets/Got My Foot In The Door
Sage 227
SANDY WALKER
So Long Baby Blues/Beatin' Round The Bush
Sage 228
JACK MORRIS Stop Teasin' Me/White Line  (w/pic sleeve)
Sage 229 DOTTIE SWAN Cryin' Cause I Love You/It Can Be Done
Sage 230
LONNIE BARRON
Teenage Queen/Please Blue Heart
Sage 232
JACK MORRIS Four Wheel Bungalow/Glad I'm Lookin' Back On You
Sage 237
CASEY CLARK
Blues Stay Away From Me/Much Too Much
Sand EP-238
JERRY STYNER Just In Case/Lookin'/Wontcha?/House For Sale
Sage 239
BOBBY BOBO
Doggone Long Gone Blues/Stamps
Sage 240 THE HOMETOWNERS Prom Time/Shadrack
Sage 241
LES YORK I'll Cry Again Tomorrow/River Of No Return
Sage 242
DANNY RICHARDS Better To Be Safe/?
Sage 243 EVELYN HARLENE I Wanta Be Free/I've Got The Blues
Sage 244
BUD TITUS
Hocus Pocus/Tomorrow
Sage 246
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Krish-A-Boom-Ba/Walking & Crying Over You
Sand 247 RUBY DANDRIDGE I've Got The Blues/Such Fun Being Bad

Sage 250
ROME JOHNSON
Truck Driver Blues/Wild Desire 
(also issued on Sims 110 which could be the first issue because the Sage single bears both S-250 and S-110 matrix numbers)
Sage 251
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Wolf Creek/My Broken Heart Won't Let Me Sleep
Sage 252
THE LUCKY PENNIES Lovable one/Silver Framed Picture
Sage 253 BOBBY BOBO Lonesome And Heartbroken/My Sweet Love Ain't Around

Sage 254 CLAY EAGER My Guitar And I /Just Like Tonight
Sage 256
AL MUNIZ Escrow/?
Sage 257 THE HOMETOWNERS Burning Bridges/I Gave You My Heart

Sand 258
JOANIE KING
OK Doll, It's A Deal/History
Sage 259
'LITTLE' DONNIE BOWSHIER I Love You So/Love So Rare
Sage 261
JIMMY PATTON
Yah! I'm Movin'/Love Come Back To Me
Sage 262
AL MUNIZ Seven Come Eleven/Flip A Coin
Sage EP-263
RAMBLIN' RED ROSS There's Nothing Else To Lose+3 other titles
Sage 264
PATSY CLARK Whatcha Do To Me/Walking And Dreaming
Sage 265
DONNIE BOWSER
I Love You Baby/Stone Heart (also issued on Fraternity, Robbins & re-Issued in 1960 on Era)
Sage 266 RUSTY YORK Sadie-Mae/Margaret Ann
Sage 267
FLORENCE PEPPER China Rock/Lonely Lonesome & Blue
Sage 271
AL MUNIZ
Your Foolish Heart Will Pay/Tell Me Darlin', Tell Me Sweetheart
Sage 272
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN
Honk, Honk, Honk/Wildwood Flower
Sage EP-273 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Silver Rails Leading Westward/The Old Guitar & Me/Love Me Darling/Spanish Dancer
Sage 274 WHITEY PULLEN Walk My Way Back Home/Don't Make Me Cry (I Love You)
Sand 275 HERBIE SMITH So Wild Over You/So Darlin'
Sage 276
DONNIE BOWSER It's Our Secret/Got The Best Of Me
Sage 278 KENNY STARR Rock Me/Why Did I Cry
Sage 279 WHITEY PULLEN By You By The Bayou/It's Over With
Sage 281 KENNY STARR Long Long Time/My Tender Love

Sage 282
JIMMY PATTON
Ocean Full Of Tears/Twinklin' Teardrops
Sage 283
WHITEY PULLEN I Lived A Lifetime Last Night/You'll Get Yours Someday
Sage 284 TONY ROZANCE
Brownie/Laurel County Blues
Sage EP-285 RAY LUNSFORD I Don't Love Nobody/Rustic Dance/Red Wing/Pickin' Around (w/pic sleeve)
Sage 286 DAVE WOOLUM Noah's Breakdown/Old Age
Sage 287 HARLEY GABBARD & AUBREY HOLT
Hey Baby/Too Late To Cry
Sage 288
FRANK DESKINS We're Together Again/I Don't Want Your Mansion Or Money
Sage 289 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Beverly Ann/I Feel Like I Feel
Sage 290 JACKIE DESHANNON Just Another Lie/Cajun Blues (also issued on Fraternity and Dot)
Sage 291
CHARLEY WILLIAMS Playing Guitar & Missing You/Lorena
Sage 292
CHET SHUBERT Just A Friend/I Still Think About You
Sage 293
EVELYN HARLENE I Was Number One/Goodbye Jimmy, Goodbye 
Sage 294
WHITEY PULLEN Let's All Go Wild Tonight/Gently
Sage 296
KIRK ATELLO Flirtacious Fool/A-Ma-Na-Man
Sage 298 EVELYN HARLENE Oregon Home/Guilty One
Sage 299 STERLING BLYTHE Gunslinger/Same Old Tomorrows

Sage 300
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Little May/This Lonely Road
Sage 301
ROVERS
Orange Juice/Wooten Toot
Sage 302
AL MUNIZ My Heart's Running Over/Sparklin' Fine
Sage 303 WHITEY PULLEN Let Your Left Hand Know/I'm Beggin' Your Pardon
Sage 305 TOM TALL Three Walls/This Island

Sage 306 OSCAR HART Glad I was Born/Well Now
Sage 307 DEAN GORDON Honky Tonk Blues/Painting The Town
(collector Bob Bell has a copy of the above which features 'Sunbeams In My Heart' in place of 'Honky Tonk Blues')
Sage 308
WALLY & DON Please Don't/Desirable You
Sage 310
MIRNA JAY Savin' My Love/Johnny's Coming Home
Sage 311 GOLDIE FIELDS Old Jealous Moon/I'll Never Cry Again

Sage 312
THE KELLY'S
The Great Foggy Mountain/Blue Tears
Sage 313
WHITEY PULLEN
Tuscaloosa Lucy/Waltz Of The Steel Guitar
Sage 315
CHARLEY WILLIAMS
Cotton Pickin' Ball/House On A Hill
Sage EP-316
THE GEORGIA CRACKERS Take Me In Your Arms/Sunday Down In Tennessee/Hangover Boogie/Chapparell
Sage 319
STERLING BLYTHE Our Folks/?
Sage 320 OSCAR HART Lonely Baby/?
Sage 321 THE CAJUNS Frosty/One, One, One (Wonderful) (features Rusty York)
Sage 323 ECHOS Haunted/River Beat
Sage 324 OSCAR HART with THE HARTONES No One Else/My Dreams
Sage 326 STERLING BLYTHE Bridal Bouquets/One Foot In Hell
Sage 327
RUSTY YORK Sadie-Mae/Margaret Ann (reissue of Sage 266)
Sage 328 WAYNE WEST I'll Cry Again Tomorrow/?
Sage 329 GENE ANDERSON Wizard Rock/Your Way Of Lovin'
Sand 330 JACKIE DE SHANNON
Lies/Trouble (also issued on P. J. and Dot)
Sage 331 GEORGIA BROWN with The Whippoorwills I want To Go Back To Mexico/Mallorca
Sage 334 GOLDIE FIELDS Climbing This Mountain/Blue Roses

Sage 335
LARRY THORNTON
Honky Tonk Queen/You And Yesterday
(collector Ray Williams has a copy of the above which features 'Honky Tonk Ites' and is totally different to 'Honky Tonk Queen')
Sand 336 PAT ZILL Pick Me Up On Your Way Down/La Mirada (also issued on Indigo)
Sage 337
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Amo Mio/Ozark Rose
Sage 340 JIMMY BRYANT 42 Chatsworth Road/Lonesome Train
Sand 341 JACK DANIELS I Give To You My Heart/Do A Good Turn
Sage 343
TEX ATCHISON
Tennessee Hound Dog/Mailman
Sage 344
WHITEY KNIGHT
Big Glass Of Wine/Happy Go Lucky
Sand 346
JACK DANIELS Miseries/You Can't Go Home Again
Sage 353 GOLDIE FIELDS No Time For Love/Blue Diamonds & Pink Pearls
Sand 354
BOBBY LILE
Walkin' With My Blues/Positive Thinking
Sage 355
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Aungalala/Somewhere In This World
Sage 358 JACK QUIGLEY TRIO Presto/?
Sage 360 WAYNE FOSTER Mr. Lincoln/The Very Virtuous
Sage 361
HAL SOUTHERN I'll Never Roam Again/?
Sage 362
AL MUNIZ ?
Sage 363 BILLY COTTON You Didn't Tell Me Good-Bye/Second Heartache
Sage 364 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Indian Love Song/Lobo Of The Border
Sand 365 CARMEN CARROLL Lonely Boy/I'm Wonderin'
Sand 366 JOANIE HALL & THE FRONTIERSMEN I'll Be The First To Cry/Here I Am, Crying Again
Sand 369 JOANIE HALL & THE FRONTIERSMEN My Man Is Like A Tumbleweed/Should I ?
Sage 371
RED MARTIN Keep A Movin'/?
Sage 372 WHITEY PULLEN
Crazy In Love/I Won The Day I Lost You
Sage 373
THE FRONTIERSMEN Rodeo USA/HAL SOUTHERN I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven (w/pic sleeve)
Sand 374 JOANIE HALL & THE FRONTIERSMEN Dream Lover/Lazy
Sage 378 BILLY COTTON Valley Of Memories/?
Sand 379 JOANIE HALL & THE FRONTIERSMEN Our Romance/I Don't Want To Fall In Love Again
Sage 384 BOBBY R. LEE ?
Sage 385
GENE BEAR One Rose, One Tear/?
Sage 386 JOANIE HALL It's So Hard To Face Tomorrow/Little By Little
Sage 387 TOMMY GODDARD Lookin' For Love/A Dream Of You
Sage 389
ROBERT E. LEE How'd That Grab'Ya/?
Sage 390 BILLY ARMSTRONG & THE FRONTIERSMEN & JOANIE Crazy/?
Sand 391 JOANIE HALL & THE FRONTIERSMEN Sweet Mystery/Love Bnadits
Sage 392 ROBERT E. LEE Son Of The Filipino Baby/Someone Else's Arms
Sage 393 BILLY COTTON I Won't Look Back/?
Sand 397 JOANIE HALL No Concern Of Mine/?
Sage 398
JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN Custer's Massacre/Little Black Jack David
Sand 401 JOANIE HALL If I Had The Talent/Old Man
Sage 403 SMILEY MONROEPickin' Pete And Bangin' Sam/The New Spinning Wheel
Sand 406 GENE GENTRY The Busy Signal/Tomorrow Will Be Our Wedding Day
Sage 407 BILLY COTTON If Lies Were Money/I Pretend
Sand 408 HAL SOUTHERN You Got A Man On Your Hands/?
Sand 416 DWIGHT BUTCHER Jack-In-The Box/Straight Ahead
Sand 417 BOB HOCKADAY No One Wants To Be Alone/?
Sand 418 STERLING BLYTHE Take Me Back/Someone Else's Arms
Sage 419 BILLY COTTON I Gotta Hand It To You/I Would Do It All Again
Sand 421 HAL SOUTHERN Sgt. Lucky/Jimmy Loves Jeanie Bee
Sand 422 STERLING BLYTHE Picture On My Wall/You Picked Up A Stranger
Sand 435 JOHNNY BELLO'S STRAWBERRY CLIFFS OF MONICA Relatives/Black Oil
Sand 436 THE LEIGHTON'S (JOHN & SHARON) Lonely Days/Get It Off Your Mind
Sand 438 DON DEAL So What !/Our Last Night
Sand 439 KELLY STEVENS Bayou Baby/One Of The Crowd


LP's
Sage C-3 CORT JOHNSON JES' TALKIN'
Sage C-7
HAL KELLER TRIO HAL KELLER TRIO
Sage C-9 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN
Sage C-12 OSCAR HART LA MIRADA
Sage C-14 STERLING BLYTHE NIGHT AT THE SHOWBOAT
Sage C-18 VARIOUS ARTISTS, VOL.1 COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE GO
Sage C-20 VARIOUS ARTISTS, VOL.2 COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE GO
Sage C-22 VARIOUS ARTISTS, VOL.3 COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE GO
Sage C-24 VARIOUS ARTISTS, VOL.4 COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE GO
Sage C-26 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN THE OLD INDIAN
Sage C-28 JACK QUIGLEY IN HOLLYWOOD

Sage C-30 JACK QUIGLEY CLASS IN SESSION
Sage C-34 THE FRONTIERSMEN & JOANIE WESTERN MEETS COUNTRY

Sage C-40 JENKS 'TEX' CARMAN TEX CARMAN SINGS & PLAYS




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