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✨✧ Lonesome Pine FiddlersLonesome Pine Fiddlers – Starday Collection ... CD
Starday/Gusto, Late 50s. Used ... Out Of Stock
The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers may not have been one of the biggest groups in the big bluegrass explosion of the postwar years – but they were certainly one of the tightest, as you'll hear on this great collection of tracks recorded for the Starday label! The instrumentation is really center stage here – even though the vocals are quite strong too – and the group features Curly Ray Cline on fiddle, Melvin Goines on rhythm guitar, and Ray Goins on some mighty nice banjo work – which riffles on at amazing speed and really drives the tunes. Some tracks feature Jack Linneman on dobro, and Hylo Brown adds in both open string guitar and some harmony vocals – on tunes that include "Hobo Blues", "Lost Girl", "Bringin In The Georgia Mail", "Coal Dust Blues", "Road Hog Red", "Ya'll Come", and "Old Homestead Ain't So Homey Anymore". CD

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✨✧ VariousStarday Dixie Rockabilly Vol 1 ... LP
Gusto, Late 50s. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
With selections by Link Davis, "Groovey" Joe Poovey, Ray "Tutti" Grayzell, Sonny Fisher, Bill Mack, Fred Crawford, Cliff Blakely, and Benny Joy. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousStarday Dixie Rockabillys Vol 2 ... LP
Starday, Late 50s/Early 60s. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
Some real heavy-hitters from one of the hippest indies of the 50s – with work by Sonny Fisher, Link Davis, Groovey Joe Poovey, Thumper Jones, Bill Mack, Bob Doss, Cliff Blakely, and Rudy Tutti Grayzell! LP, Vinyl record album
 
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✨✧ Glen CampbellCountry Music Star No 1 ... LP
Starday, Early 1960s. Sealed ... Out Of Stock
A collection of unreleased recordings from Glen's early years. LP, Vinyl record album
(Late 60s issue.)

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✨✧ Cowboy Copas/Patsy Cline/Hawkshaw HawkinsGone But Not Forgotten ... LP
Starday, Early 60s. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
... LP, Vinyl record album

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Jimmy Dean/Johnny HortonBummin' Around ... LP
Starday, 1960s. Sealed ... $9.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Stereo pressing.)

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✨✧ Dave DudleySix Days On The Road ... CD
Starday, Early 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
About as close as you'll get to a debut album from the great Dave Dudley – as the set takes his classic title track, mixes it with a few other indie singles – and adds in a few other truck-themed tunes from the Starday catalog for good measure! Dudley's got one of our favorite voices ever in country music – and his landmark "Six Days On The Road" set a whole new standard for road-based tunes – a winning track about a pill-popping, cop-dodging trucker heading home at the end of a long run! Dave sings some other great ones here – including "Last Day In The Mines", "Where Do I Go From Here", "It's Gotta Be That Way", "Cry Baby", and "Taxi Cab Driver" – and the set also features the instrumentals "Lee Highway Swing" by Chubby Wise, and "Hot Rod Guitar" and "Big Rig Guitar" by Joe Maphis. CD

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✨✧ Dave DudleySix Days On The Road ... CD
Starday, Early 1960s. Used ... Out Of Stock
About as close as you'll get to a debut album from the great Dave Dudley – as the set takes his classic title track, mixes it with a few other indie singles – and adds in a few other truck-themed tunes from the Starday catalog for good measure! Dudley's got one of our favorite voices ever in country music – and his landmark "Six Days On The Road" set a whole new standard for road-based tunes – a winning track about a pill-popping, cop-dodging trucker heading home at the end of a long run! Dave sings some other great ones here – including "Last Day In The Mines", "Where Do I Go From Here", "It's Gotta Be That Way", "Cry Baby", and "Taxi Cab Driver" – and the set also features the instrumentals "Lee Highway Swing" by Chubby Wise, and "Hot Rod Guitar" and "Big Rig Guitar" by Joe Maphis. CD
(One of the spines is held in place with clear tape.)

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✨✧ Rudy GrayzellDuck Tail/You're Gone ... 78 RPM
Starday, 1956. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
... 78 RPM, Vinyl record
(Labels have light wear.)

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George JonesGeorge Jones Story ... LP
Starday, 1966. Very Good+ 2LP Gatefold ... $24.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Yellow label mono pressing. Cover has a mark from sticker removal and surface wear.)

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✨✧ George JonesGrand Ole Opry's New Star ... LP
Starday, 1957. Near Mint- ... Out Of Stock
A really early record by a young, fresh-faced George Jones – his full length debut, actually – released in 1957 by Starday, not too long after his debut appearance at the Grand Ole Opry! George had been recording some artistically promising, if underselling singles for a couple years prior, including the now legendary rockabilly sides (on which he was billed as "Thumper" Jones), but this was his first full length showcase as a rising country singer. The title is pure showbiz, as George wouldn't be a big star for a couple more years. He was ready, though! The songs are great, and he wrote or co-wrote most of 'em – and oh man, that VOICE – this is where the legend begins, people! Includes the early classic "Why, Baby, Why", and a whole bunch of great tunes, including "You Gotta Be My Baby", "Ragged But Right", "It's OK", "Still Hurtin'", "Boat Of Life", "Let Him Know", "Play It Cool" and more. LP, Vinyl record album
(Recent black vinyl reissue on Reserve.)

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Moore & Napier/Jimmy Logsdon/Reno & SmileyTruck Drivers Queen ... CD
Starday/Nashville, 1960s. New Copy ... $2.99 9.98
One of the coolest entries in the Starday Records series of truck-themed collections in the 60s – partly because this one features material by just a small core of artists, and also because there's a fair bit of bluegrass in the mix as well! The tunes still have the truck-heavy tones of the other work of the time – but the vibe here is much more bluegrass than country (although we love country truck records too!) – and showcases some of the excellent artists who were being recorded by Starday at the time, with a very lean, respectful sound that holds up wonderfully over the years! Titles include "Truck Driver's Queen", "Hot Rod Kids & Women Drivers", "Truck Driver's Woman", and "Long White Line" by Moore & Napier; "Little Mountain Road", "Crossroads", and "Brand New Road" by Reno & Smiley; and "Gear Jammer" and "Truck Drivin Daddy" by Jimmy Logsdon. CD

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✨✧ VariousCountry Music U.S.A. ... LP
Starday, 1964. Very Good ... Out Of Stock
Includes George Jones, Minnie Pearl, Bob Wills, Moon Mulligan, and more! LP, Vinyl record album
 
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Vicki AndersonYesterday (double a-side single) ... 7-inch
King, 1971. Near Mint- ... $43.99 59.99
... 7-inch, Vinyl record
(White label promo in a Starday-King sleeve. Labels have some light aged spots.)

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Myra Barnes (Vicki Anderson)Super Good (parts 1 & 2) ... 7-inch
King, 1970. Very Good+ ... $34.99
An excellent James Brown single, and a rare one too! Vicki Anderson, for some strange reason recording under the name Myra Barnes, gives her answer to James' "Super Bad". The track's nice and funky, with a good stretched out groove, and backing by the James Brown band. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(Vinyl has a mild warp, but plays great. Label has a tiny drill hole. In a Starday-King sleeve with light wear.)

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✨✧ JBsThese Are The JBs (parts 1 & 2) ... 7-inch
King, 1970. Very Good+ ... Out Of Stock
The single's a great lost pre-People single by The JBs – and it's sort of an introduction to the group, as James shouts "These Are The JBs" at the beginning, then the band launches into a nice sinister loping funky groove that's quite different from some of their later work. A real gem. 7-inch, Vinyl record
(In a Starday King sleeve.)

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✨✧ RoctoberIssue #46 – Trucker Music/Chicago Soul issue ... Magazine
Roctober, 2009. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
The Chicago R&B coverage includes an in depth exploration of Chicago's local after school TV show Soul Train show – which ran from 1970-1979 – and a conversation with Chicago's radical Sounds of Black. Plus 30 pages exploring all aspects of truck driving music including lengthy interviews with Jerry Reed and Joe Stampley. Also features Dave Dudley, Red Sovine, Del Reeves, Red Simpson, Stompin' Tom Connors, CW McCall, Starday Records, Sweet Charles Sherrel and more. Plus Flavor Flav interviewed by Nardwuar, Incredible Stage Wrestling, Joe E., and tons of comix and countless reviews. Magazine

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VariousBest Of Ace Rockabilly ... LP
Ace (UK), Late 50s. New Copy ... $20.99 26.99
You might know Ace Records as home to a fair bit of jazz, funk, and soul reissues over the years – but right from the start, the label's also had a keen ear for rockabilly – and can boast a decades-long devotion to the music, with releases that have really blown us away! This set digs back over material that Ace has reissued in previous decades – cuts that are both rare original singles, or unissued tracks – from important labels like Starday, Chess, Goldband, and Meteor – all hand-picked by Keb Darge – another British force in turning us on to great music over the years! The vinyl-only collection is full of gems – and titles include "All Dressed Up" by Jimmy Johnson, "Let's Go Bopping Tonight" by Al Ferrier & His Bopping Billies, "Nuthin But A Nuthin" by Jimmy Stewart & His Nighthawks, "Blue Jeans & A Boy's Shirt" by Glen Glenn, "The Woman I Love" by Gene Terry & His Kook Kats, "Jello Sal" by Benny Ingram, "Lonesome Baby Blues" by David Ray, and "Do Me No Wrong" by Pat Cupp & The Flying Saucers. LP, Vinyl record album

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✨✧ VariousThat'll Flat Git It! Volume 43 – Rockabilly & Rock N Roll From The Vaults Of Allstar Records ... CD
Bear Family (Germany), Late 50s/Early 60s. New Copy ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Allstar Records was a great Texas indie back in the day – and although not as well-known as Sun or Starday, the company issued some killer singles in the late 50s! As you might guess from their location in Houston, Allstar often has a bit of country in the mix – and this collection is a wonderful illustration of the thin line between hillbilly and rockabilly during the early years of rock and roll – a balance that's covered here in great detail in the notes, which as with the rest of this series, are as illuminating as the music on the CD! There's a whopping 35 tracks in all – including surprising early gems from artists like Link Davis, Eddie Noack, and Johnny Bush – plus lots more from Larry Butler, Daniel James, Tommy Graham, Barney Vardeman, Red Mansel, Smilin Jerry Jericho, and many others. CD
 
 
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