Decca DL7-4393 (12-in. long-playing (stereo))

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Decca NA 10273 [A] 5/16/1958 Please keep me on mind / The Texas Troubadours ; Ernest Tubb
Decca NA 10859 [A] 9/25/1959 Little Ida Red / Tommy Jackson
Decca NA 10864 [A] 9/28/1959 Acorn hill breakdown / Tommy Jackson
Decca NA 10964 [A] 1/27/1960 Lovesick blues / Patsy Cline
Decca NA 11348 [A] 12/3/1960 Blue grass, part 1 (Blue grass twist ED-2724, DL(7)-4393: MCA2-4090) / Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys
Decca NA 11424 [A] 1/20/1961 The rest of the way / Jimmy C. Newman
Decca NA 11598 [A] 6/26/1961 Tag along / The Wilburn Brothers
Decca NA 11615 [A] 7/6/1961 Well, maybe / Kitty Wells
Decca NA 11748 [A] 10/3/1961 The old rugged cross / Billy Grammer
Decca NA 11825 [A] 12/11/1961 On and on and on / Bill Anderson
Decca NA 11839 [A] 1/3/1962 our paths crossed again / Roy Drusky
Decca NA 11979 [A] 3/27/1962 Bye bye love / Jack Anglin ; Johnnie (Johnny) Wright
Decca NA 12318 [A] 1/3/1963 Last heartbreak / The Wilburn Brothers
Decca NA 12321 [A] 1/9/1963 Where were you / Loretta Lynn
Decca NA 12429 [A] 3/19/1963 South of the border / The Glaser Brothers ; Tompall Glaser

Primary Performers:

Billy Grammer (instrumentalist : guitar)
Bill Anderson (vocalist)
Roy Drusky (vocalist)
Jack Anglin (vocalist)
Johnnie (Johnny) Wright (vocalist)
Loretta Lynn (vocalist)
The Glaser Brothers (Musical group)
Tompall Glaser (vocalist)
The Texas Troubadours (Musical group)
Ernest Tubb (vocalist)
Tommy Jackson (instrumentalist : violin)
Patsy Cline (vocalist)
Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys (Musical group)
Jimmy C. Newman (vocalist)
The Wilburn Brothers (Musical group)
Kitty Wells (vocalist)


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