Decca DL-4172 (12-in. long-playing (monaural))

The following matrix(es) were released with this catalog number:

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca NA 2152 [A] 6/27/1950 Ace in the hole / Mervin Shiner
Decca NA 2486 [A] 9/20/1951 Bully of the town / Thomas "Grady" Martin ; Slew Foot Five, The
Decca L 9485 [A] 8/23/1956 Red River valley / Jimmy Wakely
Decca C 9736 [A] 1/28/1935 Little Betty Brown / Brownies [Milton Brown]
Decca NA 10159 [A] 2/24/1958 Sweet Betsy from Pike / Rex Allen
Decca NA 10191 [A] 3/21/1958 Wayfaring stranger-1, 2 / Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys
Decca NA 10464 [A] 11/4/1958 On top of Old Smokey / Red Foley
Decca NA 10526 [A] 12/15/1958 Crazy arms-1 / Webb Pierce
Decca NA 10705 [A] 5/6/1959 A lot like you / Red Sovine
Decca NA 10988 [A] 2/23/1960 Wreck of the old number 9 / The Glaser Brothers ; Tompall Glaser
Decca 61862 [A] 2/19/1937 Just because No.3 / The Shelton Brothers
Decca 62435 [A] 7/22/1937 Frankie and Johnnie / Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats

Primary Performers:

Jimmy Wakely (vocalist)
Brownies [Milton Brown] (Musical group)
Clayton McMichen's Georgia Wildcats (Musical group)
The Shelton Brothers (Musical group)
Mervin Shiner (vocalist)
Thomas "Grady" Martin (instrumentalist : guitar)
Slew Foot Five, The (Musical group)
Rex Allen (vocalist)
Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys (Musical group)
Red Foley (vocalist)
Webb Pierce (vocalist)
Red Sovine (vocalist)
The Glaser Brothers (Musical group)
Tompall Glaser (vocalist)


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