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Johnnie Lee Wills The Band's A-Rockin' (1996)
Johnnie Lee Wills (1912/1984): leader\nRecorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28 (tracks 5-13,15); Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18 (3,14,16,19,24,27); and at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, late 1949 (4) & prob. 1950 to late 1951 (1,2,17,18,20-23,25,26).\nCD: Krazy Kat KK CD 18 (1996-11-19), UPC 008637601829.
This misc cd contains 27 tracks and runs 73min 19sec.
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  1. Johnnie Lee Wills - The Band's A-Rockin' [1950/1951] (02:55)
    (Johnnie Lee Wills)\nRecorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle, vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: p
  2. Johnnie Lee Wills - Boogie Woogie Highball [1950/1951] (02:38)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb Gray: guitar\nChuck
  3. Johnnie Lee Wills - Lazy John [1947] (02:51)
    Recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, vocal, trio vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax, trio vocal\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet, trio vocal\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet\nClaude "W
  4. Johnnie Lee Wills - Rag Mop [1949] (02:54)
    (Deacon Anderson/Johnnie Lee Wills)\nRecorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, late 1949.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, trio vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, trio vocal\nDon Harlan: clarinet, trio vocal\nBuster Magness:
  5. Johnnie Lee Wills - Milk Cow Blues [1941] (02:53)
    (Kokomo Arnold)\nRecorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  6. Johnnie Lee Wills - Keep a Light in Your Window Tonight [1941] (02:31)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar, vocal\nLuke Wills: bass
  7. Johnnie Lee Wills - What'cha Know Joe [1941] (02:41)
    (Oliver James Young)\nRecorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass\nband: vocals
  8. Johnnie Lee Wills - I'm Sorry That We Said Goddbye [1941] (02:33)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar, vocal\nLuke Wills: bass
  9. Johnnie Lee Wills - Do I Really Deserve It from You [1941] (02:38)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  10. Johnnie Lee Wills - Devil's Blues [1941] (02:51)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  11. Johnnie Lee Wills - Memories of You Dear [1941] (02:42)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar, vocal\nLuke Wills: bass
  12. Johnnie Lee Wills - Together Forever [1941] (03:04)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  13. Johnnie Lee Wills - I Wonder What I'm Goin' to Do [1941] (02:37)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  14. Johnnie Lee Wills - Late Evening Blues [1947] (02:40)
    Recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet\nClaude "Whoopy" McCray: trombone\nJ.L. Jenkin
  15. Johnnie Lee Wills - Too Long [1941] (02:42)
    Recorded Dallas US-TX, 1941-04-28.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, banjo\nCotton Thompson: fiddle, vocal\nMillard Kelso: piano\nLester "Junior" Barnard: guitar\nHarley Huggins: rhythm guitar\nLuke Wills: bass
  16. Johnnie Lee Wills - Square Dance Boogie [1947] (02:34)
    (Price/Johnnie Lee Wills)\nRecorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet\nClaude
  17. Johnnie Lee Wills - A Bad Deal All Around [1950/1951] (02:46)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb G
  18. Johnnie Lee Wills - Coyote Blues [1950/1951] (02:21)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, trio vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, trio vocal\nDon Harlan: clarinet, trio vocal\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence
  19. Johnnie Lee Wills - Who's Gonna Love Me [1947] (02:33)
    Recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet\nClaude "Whoopy" McCray: trombone\n
  20. Johnnie Lee Wills - Tom Cat Boogie [1950/1951] (02:50)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb G
  21. Johnnie Lee Wills - Levee Blues [1950/1951] (02:48)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle, vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, trio vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, trio vocal\nDon Harlan: clarinet, trio vocal\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nCl
  22. Johnnie Lee Wills - I'm Not Sorry (That I Cried Over You) [1950/1951] (02:54)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb G
  23. Johnnie Lee Wills - I Like You Best of All [1950/1951] (02:32)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb G
  24. Johnnie Lee Wills - The Queen of San Joaquin [1947] (02:35)
    Recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet\nClaude "Whoopy" McCray: trombone\n
  25. Johnnie Lee Wills - I'm That Way About You [1950/1951] (02:31)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb Gray: guitar
  26. Johnnie Lee Wills - I'm Leaving (Yes Indeedy) [1950/1951] (02:32)
    Recorded at KVOO studio, Tulsa US-OK, prob. 1950 to late 1951.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader, poss. fiddle\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle\nHenry Boatman: fiddle\nDon Harlan: clarinet\nBuster Magness: steel guitar\nClarence Cagle: piano\nEb G
  27. Johnnie Lee Wills - Texas Sandman [1947] (02:56)
    Recorded Los Angeles US-CA, 1947-04-18.\nJohnnie Lee Wills: leader\nLeon Huff: vocal\nJulian "Curly" Lewis: fiddle, trio vocal\nHenry Boatman: fiddle, sax, trio vocal\nDon Harlan: sax, clarinet, trio vocal\nWayne Johnson: clarinet, sax\nBob Booth: trumpet


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