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Merle Travis Boogie Woogie Cowboy 1944-1956 (2003)
Merle Travis (1917-11-29/1983-10-20): guitar, vocals\nRemastered by Charlie Crump.\nCD: Country Routes RFD CD 29 (2003-12-23), UPC 008637902926.
This country cd contains 29 tracks and runs 64min 37sec.
Freedb: 960f231d

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  1. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / The Down South Blues [1945] (02:20)
    (Merle Travis)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  2. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / I'm Learning to Live Without You [1945] (02:21)
    (Autry/Bond/Folger)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  3. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / Be Brave My Darling [1945] (02:09)
    Standard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  4. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / You're Breaking This Poor Heart of Mine [1945] (01:49)
    (Spade Cooley/Smokey Rogers)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  5. Merle Travis - Jimmie Dean & His Trail Riders / Boogie Woogie Cowboy [1944] (02:21)
    (Eddie Dean/Hal Blair/Jack Statham/Gus Snow)\nMacGregor transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944.\nJimmie Dean: vocal, poss. guitar\nMerle Travis: vocal, guitar\nWesley Tuttle: vocal, guitar or bass\nprob. Charlie Linville: fiddle\nPedro DePaul: acco
  6. Merle Travis - Jimmie Dean & His Trail Riders / Cimarron [1944] (01:46)
    (Johnny Bond)\nMacGregor transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944.\nJimmie Dean: vocal, poss. guitar\nMerle Travis: vocal, guitar\nWesley Tuttle: vocal, guitar or bass\nprob. Charlie Linville: fiddle\nPedro DePaul: accordion\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bas
  7. Merle Travis - Wesley Tuttle & His Coonhunters / Born to Lose [1944-1945] (03:01)
    (Ted Daffan)\nMacGregor transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944/1945.\nWesley Tuttle: guitar, vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar\nCharlie Linville: fiddle\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  8. Merle Travis - Wesley Tuttle & His Coonhunters / A & E Hornpipe [1944-1945] (01:32)
    MacGregor transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944/1945.\nWesley Tuttle: guitar, vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar\nCharlie Linville: fiddle\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  9. Merle Travis - Wesley Tuttle & His Coonhunters / I Want to Be Wanted [1944-1945] (02:40)
    (Bob Atcher)\nMacGregor transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944/1945.\nWesley Tuttle: guitar, vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar\nCharlie Linville: fiddle\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  10. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / I'll Forgive You but I Can't Forget [1945] (02:28)
    (Joe Frank/Pee Wee King)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  11. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / When You and I Were Young Maggie [1945] (01:21)
    (James Austin Butterfield/George Washington Johnson)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  12. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / This Ain't the Same Old Range [1945] (03:09)
    (Bob Nolan)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  13. Merle Travis - Red River Trio / You're Gonna Pay [1945] (02:23)
    (Spade Cooley/Smokey Rogers)\nStandard Radio transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, mid-1945.\nMerle Travis: electric guitar\nJohnny Bond: acoustic rhythm guitar, vocal\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  14. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / Nobody [1946] (02:24)
    (Alex Rogers/Bert Williams)\nRadio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1946-11-16.\nMerle Travis: vocal, guitar\nLucinda ?: vocal
  15. Merle Travis - Cliffie Stone's Western Stars / If I Didn't Care [1946] (04:00)
    (Jack Lawrence)\nRadio excerpt, Cliffie Stone's Western Stars show, KFWB, Hollywood US-CA, 1946-09-10.\nMerle Travis, Eddie Cletro: guitars, vocals\nDarol Rice, Slim Duncan: vocals\nposs. Joe Strand or Ossie Godson: piano\nCliffie Stone: leader, bass
  16. Merle Travis - Merle Travis & Johnny Bond / jokes [1947] (00:47)
    Radio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1947-02-01.\nJohnny Bond, Merle Travis: voice
  17. Merle Travis - Merle Travis & Slim Duncan / John Bolin [1947] (03:16)
    (Merle Travis)\nRadio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1947-02-15.\nMerle Travis: vocal, guitar\nSlim Duncan: vocal
  18. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / Johnson Rag [1950] (03:22)
    (Guy Hall/Henry Kleinkauf/Jack Lawrence)\nRadio excerpt, Redd Harper's Hollywood Round-Up, Hollywood US-CA, early 1950.\nMerle Travis: guitar, voice\nRedd Harper: emcee
  19. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / Petticoat Fever [1950] (02:11)
    (Merle Travis)\nRadio excerpt, Redd Harper's Hollywood Round-Up, Hollywood US-CA, early 1950.\nMerle Travis: guitar, vocal\nRedd Harper: emcee\nOther performers unknown.
  20. Merle Travis - Wesley Tuttle & His Coonhunters / I'm Ridin' the Rails [1944-1945] (02:39)
    United transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944/1945.\nWesley Tuttle: guitar, vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar\nCharlie Linville: fiddle\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  21. Merle Travis - Wesley Tuttle & His Coonhunters / Weary Lonesome Blues [1944-1945] (02:18)
    (Alton Delmore/Rabon Delmore)\nUnited transcription, recorded Hollywood US-CA, 1944/1945.\nWesley Tuttle: guitar, vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar\nCharlie Linville: fiddle\nposs. Cliffie Stone: bass
  22. Merle Travis - Judy Clark & the Rhythm Cowgirls & the Merle Travis Trio / Catalog Cowboy Joe [1946] (01:36)
    (Merle Travis)\nAKA, "Catalogue Cowboy Joe".\nRecorded Hollywood US-CA, 1946, for the soundtrack of the film "Lone Star Moonlight" (Ray Nazarro, Columbia Pictures, 1946-12-12).\nJudy Clark: vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar, vocal\nposs. Tex Atchison: fiddle\np
  23. Merle Travis - Smiley Burnette & the Merle Travis Trio / Gettin' Some Sleep [1946] (01:40)
    (Smiley Burnette)\nRecorded Hollywood US-CA, 1946, for the soundtrack of the film "Lone Star Moonlight" (Ray Nazarro, Columbia Pictures, 1946-12-12).\nSmiley Burnette: vocal\nMerle Travis: guitar, vocal\nposs. Tex Atchison: fiddle\nposs. Billy Liebert: ac
  24. Merle Travis - Merle Travis Trio / Texas Home [1946] (01:29)
    (Merle Travis/Tex Atchison)\nRecorded Hollywood US-CA, 1946, for the soundtrack of the film "Lone Star Moonlight" (Ray Nazarro, Columbia Pictures, 1946-12-12).\nMerle Travis: guitar, vocal\nposs. Tex Atchison: fiddle\nposs. Billy Leibert: accordion
  25. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / There'll Be Some Changes Made [1946-1947] (00:59)
    (Billy Higgins/W. Benton Overstreet)\nRadio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1946/1947.\nMerle Travis: guitar, voice
  26. Merle Travis - Johnny Bond / Fireball Mail [1946-1947] (02:19)
    (Roy Acuff)\nRadio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1946/1947.\nJohnny Bond: vocal, guitar\nJack Rivers: lead guitar\nMerle Travis: guitar\nTex At
  27. Merle Travis - Johnny Bond & Merle Travis / I've Got the Weary Lonesome Blues [1946-1947] (01:55)
    (Alton Delmore/Rabon Delmore)\nRadio excerpt, Hollywood Barn Dance show (poss. taken from AFRS Melody Round-Up retransmissions of Hollywood Barn Dance excerpts), Hollywood US-CA, 1946/1947.\nJohnny Bond, Merle Travis: vocals, guitars
  28. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / John Henry [1956] (02:43)
    (trad.)\nRadio transcription for the US Navy's Country Hoedown series, recorded 1956.\nMerle Travis: vocal, guitar\nOther personnel unknown.
  29. Merle Travis - Merle Travis / Cannon Ball Rag [1956] (01:24)
    (Merle Travis)\nAKA, "Cannonball Rag".\nRadio transcription for the US Navy's Country Hoedown series, recorded 1956.\nMerle Travis: guitar\nOther personnel unknown.


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