RCA Victor LPV-548 (LP). Native American ballads [special collection]

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

CompanyMatrix No.Take NumberDateTitle/Artist 
Victor BS-07045 1 2/16/1937 Little Mo-Hee / Hall Brothers
Victor BS-011893 1 8/3/1937 They say it is sinful to flirt / Delmore Brothers
Victor BS-013030 1 8/6/1937 Leavin' home / Swing Billies
Victor BVE-33374 2 9/9/1925 Death of Floyd Collins / Vernon Dalhart
Victor BS-034811 1 5/17/1939 Big Katy Adam / Jazz Gillum ; Jazz Boys
Victor BVE-38235 2 3/23/1927 My name is John Johanna / Kelly Harrell ; Virginia String Band
Victor BVE-38631 2 6/6/1927 The dying hobo / E. J. Derry ; Travis B. Hale
Victor BVE-39734 1 7/29/1927 Cold penitentiary blues / B. F. Shelton
Victor CVE-39799 3 8/12/1927 Down on the banks of the Ohio / Red Patterson ; Piedmont Log Rollers
Victor BVE-39843 4 8/24/1927 The two soldiers / Carl T. Sprague
Victor BVE-41913 1 2/18/1928 Seven long years in prison / Tenneva Ramblers
Victor PBVE-42073 2 3/10/1928 Jesse James / Mac [i.e., Harry K. McClintock]
Victor BVE-56368 2 10/12/1929 Wreck of the six wheeler / Jim New [i.e., Newton Gaines
Victor BVE-56372 2 10/13/1929 Tom Sherman's barroom / Dick Devall
Victor BVE-69355 1 5/26/1931 Wild and reckless hobo / Jimmie Davis
Victor BS-77666 1 9/14/1933 Sweet Betsy from Pike / Bradley Kincaid

Primary Performers:

Red Patterson (leader)
Carl T. Sprague (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Jim New [i.e., Newton Gaines] (vocalist)
Dick Devall (vocalist)
Swing Billies (Musical group)
Hall Brothers (Musical group)
Delmore Brothers (Vocal group)
Mac [i.e., Harry K. McClintock] (vocalist)
Jazz Gillum (vocalist)
Jazz Boys (Musical group)
Vernon Dalhart (vocalist : tenor vocal)
Tenneva Ramblers (Musical group)
B. F. Shelton (vocalist)
Bradley Kincaid (vocalist)
Jimmie Davis (vocalist)
Kelly Harrell (vocalist : baritone vocal)
Virginia String Band (Musical group)
Travis B. Hale (vocalist)
E. J. Derry (vocalist)
Piedmont Log Rollers (Musical group)

Other Information:

Release Date: 10/1967 Source: ARSC Journal


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RCA Victor LPV-548 (LP). Native American ballads [special collection]. (2021). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/79446/RCA_Victor_LPV-548_LP.

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