||Merl Lindsay and His Oklahoma Night Riders 1946 - 1952 CD (2005) |
Joe Wallace discography This collection features 28 tracks from the career peak of Oklahoma's top Western Swing band -- one third of the songs have never before been heard! Excellent sidemen give an upbeat edge to the sides, while Kevin Coffey's superb and detailed notes, with
Recording information: Hollywood, CA (02/04/1946-??/??/1952); Oklahoma City, OK (02/04/1946-??/??/1952).
Personnel: Merl Lindsay (vocals); Kenny Smith (vocals, electric guitar); Tommy Elliott (vocals, steel guitar); Clarence Bailey, Ted Haff, Jimmy Young (vocals, fiddle); Glynn Duncan (vocals); Charlie Straight, Benny Garcia , Doyle Salathiel (electric guitar); Gerald "Buster" Magness, Gene Crownover, Bobby Freeman (steel guitar); Joe Wallace, Jimmy Belkin (fiddle); Rudy Martin (clarinet, tenor saxophone); Bobby Grove, Bobby ...
||1945-1950 CD (2001) |
Joe Wallace CD discography Track Listing of songs: Atom Buster; What Is This Thing Called Love?; Slick Chick; Man I Love, The; Mellow Mood; How High the Moon; Dodo's Blues; I Surrender, Dear; Raindrops; I've Got News for You; Black and Blue; Remember I Knew You When; Bopmatism; Dodo's Dance; Trade Winds; Dary Departs; Cosmo Street; My Foolish Heart; Blue Room, The; Why Was I Born?; Night Was Young, ...