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Bud Isaacs Bud's Bounce (2006)
Forrest R. "Bud" Isaacs (b. 1928-03-26): pedal steel guitar\nRecorded 1954-02-13/1956-09-21.\nCompilation produced by Richard Weize; mastered by J

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  1. Bud Isaacs - Hot Mockin' Bird [1954] (02:04)
    (arr. Bud Isaacs)\nReworked from "Listen to the Mockingbird".\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-02-13 09:15/12:15 (mx E4-VB-3601-C); produced by Stehpen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5690 (1954-03
  2. Bud Isaacs - The Waltz You Saved for Me [1954] (02:19)
    (Wayne King/Emil Flindt/Gus Kahn)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-02-13 09:15/12:15 (mx E4-VB-3602-D); produced by Stehpen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5690 (1954-03-03).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaa
  3. Bud Isaacs - Bud's Steel Guitar Stomp [1954] (02:02)
    (Bud Isaacs)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-02-13 09:15/12:15 (mx E4-VB-3603-B); produced by Stehpen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5771 (1954-05-21), as "Steelin' Away".\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaac
  4. Bud Isaacs - Indian Love Call [1954] (02:22)
    (Rudolf Friml/Otto Barback/O. Hammerstein II)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-02-13 09:15/12:15 (mx E4-VB-3604-D); produced by Stehpen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5771 (1954-05-21).\nForrest R
  5. Bud Isaacs - Skokiaan [1954] (02:15)
    (August Msarurgwa)\nRecorded at Owen Bradley Studio, Nashville US-TN, 1954-08-12 10:00/13:00 (mx E4-VB-4943-1); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5844 (1954).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leader\nChester B. "Chet
  6. Bud Isaacs - Bud's Boogie [1954] (02:14)
    (Forrest Isaacs)\nRecorded at Owen Bradley Studio, Nashville US-TN, 1954-08-12 10:00/13:00 (mx E4-VB-4944-1); produced by Chet Atkins.\nPreviously unreleased.\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leader\nChester B. "Chet" Atkins: electric guitar\nEddie
  7. Bud Isaacs - Yesterday's Waltz [1954] (02:07)
    (Forrest Isaacs)\nRecorded at Owen Bradley Studio, Nashville US-TN, 1954-08-12 10:00/13:00 (mx E4-VB-4945-2); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5844 (1954).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leader\nChester B. "Chet"
  8. Bud Isaacs - Cowboy Conga [1954] (02:34)
    (Forrest Isaacs/Chet Atkins)\nRecorded at Owen Bradley Studio, Nashville US-TN, 1954-08-12 10:00/13:00 (mx E4-VB-4946-10); produced by Chet Atkins.\nPreviously unreleased.\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leader\nChester B. "Chet" Atkins: electric
  9. Bud Isaacs - Panhandle Rag [1954] (02:45)
    (Leon McAuliffe)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-09-28 19:45/22:45 (mx E4-VB-5544-A); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5932 (1955).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leade
  10. Bud Isaacs - Beautiful Mahana [1954] (02:19)
    (Charles E. King/Harry J. Montano)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-09-28 19:45/22:45 (mx E4-VB-5545-B); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-5932 (1955).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: s
  11. Bud Isaacs - Steel Guitar Breakdown [1954] (02:02)
    Recorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-09-28 19:45/22:45 (mx E4-VB-5546); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6169 (1955).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar, leader\nChester B. "Chet"
  12. Bud Isaacs - Kentucky Waltz [1954] (02:15)
    (Bill Monroe)\nRecorded at Thomas Productions, 109 13th Ave N, Nashville US-TN, 1954-09-28 19:45/22:45 (mx E4-VB-5547); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released on "Cryin' Steel Guitar", RCA Victor EPA 590 (1955).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: stee
  13. Bud Isaacs - Turn Around [1954] (02:03)
    (Doc Martin/Speedy Hallworth)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1954-11-15 20:45/23:45 (mx E4-VB-6004); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released on "Cryin' Steel Gui
  14. Bud Isaacs - Steelin' Home [1954] (01:49)
    (Noel Boggs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1954-11-15 20:45/23:45 (mx E4-VB-6005); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released on "Cryin' Steel Guitar", RCA Victor
  15. Bud Isaacs - By the Waters of Minnetonka [1954] (02:37)
    (Thurlow Lieurance/J.M. Cavanass)\nAKA, "An Indian Love Song".\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1954-11-15 20:45/23:45 (mx E4-VB-6006); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOrigina
  16. Bud Isaacs - Blue Mirage [1955] (02:11)
    (Sam Coslow/Lotar Olias)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1955-02-16 19:30/22:30 (mx F2-WB-0252); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6062 (1955)
  17. Bud Isaacs - Waltz of the Ozarks [1955] (02:28)
    (Bud Isaacs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1955-02-16 19:30/22:30 (mx F2-WB-0253); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6169 (1955).\nForrest R
  18. Bud Isaacs - Bud's Bounce [1955] (02:10)
    (Bud Isaacs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1955-02-16 19:30/22:30 (mx F2-WB-0254); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6062 (1955).\nForrest R
  19. Bud Isaacs - Texas Playboy Rag [1955] (01:59)
    (Bob Wills)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1955-02-16 19:30/22:30 (mx F2-WB-0255-C); produced by Chet Atkins.\nPreviously unreleased.\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar,
  20. Bud Isaacs - Westphalia Waltz [1956] (02:36)
    Recorded at Radio Recorders Annex Studios, 1032 N Sycamore St, Hollywood US-CA, 1956-02-10 09:30/12:30 (mx G2-WB-0428); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6456 (1956).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel guitar\nChester B.
  21. Bud Isaacs - Boing! [1956] (01:58)
    (Hugh Ashley)\nRecorded at Radio Recorders Annex Studios, 1032 N Sycamore St, Hollywood US-CA, 1956-02-10 09:30/12:30 (mx G2-WB-0429); produced by Stephen H. Sholes.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6456 (1956).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: steel gui
  22. Bud Isaacs - Bud's Waltz [1956] (02:17)
    (Forrest Isaacs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1956-09-21 12:00/15:00 (mx G2-WB-5360); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6705 (1956).\nForre
  23. Bud Isaacs - Sweet and Hot [1956] (02:17)
    (Forrest Isaacs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1956-09-21 12:00/15:00 (mx G2-WB-5361-3); produced by Chet Atkins.\nPreviously unreleased.\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaacs: guitar,
  24. Bud Isaacs - Bohemiana Polka [1956] (01:52)
    Recorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1956-09-21 12:00/15:00 (mx G2-WB-5362-3); produced by Chet Atkins.\nOriginally released as RCA Victor 20/47-6705 (1956).\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaa
  25. Bud Isaacs - Bud's Bounce [1955, alt. take] (02:08)
    (Bud Isaacs)\nRecorded at RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television Radio & Film Commission, 1525 McGavock St, Nashville US-TN, 1955-02-16 19:30/22:30 (mx F2-WB-0254-C); produced by Chet Atkins.\nPreviously unreleased alternate take.\nForrest R. "Bud" Isaac


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