Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Echols Family:

An Inventory of Their Papers, 1890-2007, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library



Descriptive Summary

Creator Echols, Odis, Jr.
Title: Echols Family Papers,
Dates: 1890-2007
Abstract: The Echols family of Lubbock, Texas, and Clovis, New Mexico, was prominent in 20th-century Gospel and popular music, in broadcast media, and in New Mexico politics. Pop Echols and his son Odis Echols, Jr. are the main subjects of the collection.
Collection # AV 6
Quantity: 76 boxes (85 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Odis Lemuel Echols, known as “Pop,” was born May 7, 1903, in Enloe, Texas. In 1922 he moved near Clovis, New Mexico, with his bride Grace Traweek of Lubbock. He taught shape-note singing and joined The Plateau Quartet. In 1926 he won a spot with Frank Stamps’ original Stamps Quartet, which traveled the South singing gospel and popular music of the day while selling Stamps-Baxter songbooks. Pop Echols often got standing ovations for his baritone rendition of “Ol’ Man River.” In 1927 the group recorded for Ralph Peer of Victor and their “Give the World a Smile” became the first gospel record to sell one million copies. Echols organized his own quartets and opened a songbook store in Lubbock. He ran singing schools at churches across West Texas, with pupils including the young Jimmy Dean in Plainview. Echols’ All-Star Texans Quartet included Denver Crumpler, later famous with The Statesmen.

An Echols youth quartet from Abilene appeared with Paul Whiteman at the famed Casa Mañana Theater in Fort Worth in 1936. Pop reorganized the Stamps Melody Boys and moved them to CBS affiliate WHAS in Louisville, Kentucky, then convinced Mutual Radio Network to broadcast the first coast-to-coast gospel music show. He built Hartford Publishing into the second-largest gospel publisher, sold his interest and moved in 1939 to Shreveport, where his Melody Boys sang on KWKH’s Louisiana Hayride, a show Echols had co-founded. Back in Lubbock, he worked as a radio announcer at KSEL and auditioned entertainers including saxophonist Bobby Keys, later with the Rolling Stones, and vocalist Charlene Condray Hancock. He purchased AM radio station KCLV in Clovis in 1953.

In 1957 Pop appeared on national television’s This is Your Life at the request of the singer Tommy Sands, who credited Pop with starting him in show business. He met a young Farwell, Texas, farmer named Charlie Phillips, managing his career and collaborating on songs, including “Sugartime.” They cut demo records at Norman Petty Studios with Buddy Holly on guitar. “Sugartime,” released in 1958 with vocals by The McGuire Sisters, went gold as their second Number One hit on the popular music sales charts. Pop Echols worked with musicians like Ralna English, The Commodores, The Four Teens and Bill Pickering. Grace Echols, active in the KCLV business, died in 1971 after almost five decades of marriage. Pop remarried briefly to Onetta Richards until his death on March 23, 1974.

Odis Junior, born May 28, 1930, was a 1954 Texas Tech graduate and president of his senior class following his service in the U.S. Air Force. He was a Melody Boy, Pop's partner in Echols and Echols, president of the New Mexico Broadcasters Association in 1962, and a blacklister of "unpatriotic" records during the Vietnam conflict. He led other business ventures and was an impresario for musical productions. Elected to the New Mexico State Senate in 1966, in his decade there he chaired the Rules Committee and was Majority Whip. After a primary election loss he became a political lobbyist, especially for Indian gaming clients. Odis Junior died March 28, 2013.


Scope and Content

The Echols Family Papers relate to Traweek family history, Echols genealogy, Pop's music and business careers as well as the political and business careers of his son. The collection includes theater programs, more than 5,000 photographs, and various formats of sound recordings, including 1/4" and 1/2" tape (on 3, 4, 5, 7 and 10" reels), 1/4" and 2" multi-track tapes, cassette tapes, CDs, DAT tapes, Edison reels, 7, 8, 10, 12" records and 16" transcription discs. Also included in the collection are miscellaneous video recordings, done on VHS, Hi-8, and Umatic tapes as well as 2" broadcast formats. Many recordings have track listings with them; some are digitized. Some have water damage and staining. Except as noted, the collection is in good condition and is part of the Crossroads of Music archive.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research. Copyright is retained by the authors of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law. Audio and visual recordings may need to be reformatted prior to use and require advance notice to the Reference Librarian.


Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (People)
Baldwin, Judith
Campbell, Glen, 1936-
Donaldson, Sam, 1934-
Echols, Odis "Pop", Sr. (1903-1974)
Echols, Odis, Jr. (1930-2013)
Harvey, Paul, 1918-2009
Leahy, Millie
McGuire Sisters
Phillips, Charlie, 1937-
Richardson, Bill, 1947 November 15-
Baldwin, Judith
Sands, Tommy, 1937-
Subjects (Organizations)
Eastern New Mexico State University
Kappa Sigma Fraternity
KCLV (Radio station : Clovis, New Mex.)
KFYO (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
KLLL (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
KSEL (Radio station : Lubbock, Tex.)
KWKH (Radio station : Shreveport, La.)
Louisiana Hayride (Radio program)
Melody Boys Quartet
New Mexico State Legislature
Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co.
Stamps-Baxter Quartet
Stamps Quartet (Gospel group)
WFAA (Radio station : Dallas, Tex.)
WHAS (Radio station : Lexington, Ken.)
Subjects (Places)
Albuquerque (N.M.)
Austin (Tex.)
Clovis (N.M.)
Lackland Air Force Base (Tex.)
Lubbock (Tex.)
New Mexico
Pueblo of Isleta (N.M)
Sandia Pueblo (N.M)
Santa Fe (N.M.)
Texas--Biography
Subjects
Casa Mañana (Fort Worth, Tex.)
Casinos--Law and legislation
Gambling on Indian reservations
Gospel music
Indian gaming
Lyric writing (Popular music)
Music festivals
Political lobbying
Popular music
Popular music--Texas
Popular music radio stations
Pueblo Indians--Government relations
Resorts
Radio broadcasting policy
Radio stations
Shape-note singing
Theater programs
Unidentified flying objects

Related Material

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Echols Family Collection, 1890-2007, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Acquisition

Accession number(s):
2007-0103-A

Gifts, 2007-2015

Processed by

Elissa Stroman, Ashley Shenefelt, Jesús Alfaro, Cindy Stanukinos, and Jon Holmes


Collection Inventory

Manuscripts

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1 1 Address Lists: Lists and business cards, undated
2 Artwork: Commercial clip art, 1948, 1950 and undated
3 Awards: KCLV and Odis Jr. (See also Oversized #2 and Artifacts), 1978-2005 and undated
4 Biographical Statements: Resumés and histories, 1978-2005 and undated
Business Records
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1 5 Stationery samples, 1930-2002 and undated
6 New Mexico Farmer magazine (includes Farm Safety Clip Sheet and Western Farm Life tabloid for November 15, 1947), 1947-1949
7 New Mexico Builder magazine (includes single issues of Midwest Engineer, Rocky Mountain Contractor, and Southwest Builder and Contractor magazines), 1948 and undated
8 KCLV Radio (Clovis, New Mexico), 1956-1969
9 KCLV Radio: competitive rate cards, 1950-1969
10 KCLV Radio: Surveys and promotions,, 1957-1969
11 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (Odis Jr. national radio appearance), February, 1957
12 Levelland-Clovis UFO sighting, November 2-3, 1957
13 Echols and Echols, 1957-1980
14 Ruidoso Downs, 1961-1965
15 Date with Debbie (Reynolds syndicated radio show), 1930-2002 and undated
16 Clovis Chamber of Commerce, 1964-1966
17 Gospel Music Association, 1971-1972
18 "Gospel Music Spectacular" (Clovis), 1972-1973
19 KMXN / KLKK-TV (Albuquerque, Spanish-language), 1975-1977
20 Cable TV franchise (Kirtland AFB, New Mexico), 1979
21 Mobile Scientific Monitoring business plan, 1983
22 Angel Fire Resort, New Mexico, 1985-1988
23 University Fiesta Corporation (see also New Mexico State Fair), 1985-1989
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2 1 "WestFest" with Michael Martin Murphey, 1990-1994
2 "WestFest": Media ad buys and rate cards, 1990-1994
3 "WestFest": Red River and Taos visitor brochures, 1985-1989
4 "FanFest" (Los Angeles, California), 1994
5 American West Concert and Entertainment Park (Beijing, China), 1998-2000
6 Albuquerque Celebrity Classic Golf Tourney, 2000
7 "Aquacade", 2000
8 Louisiana Hayride, 2005
9 Entertainer profiles: Melody Boys / Melody Ranch Boys Quartet, undated
10 Entertainer profiles: Statesmen Quartet, undated
11 Entertainer profiles: Tennessee Ernie Ford, undated
12 Entertainer profiles: various (Tommy Alexander, Calvin Bartlett, Gary Campbell, Vince Carroll, Robert Cheslin, Melora Conway, Red Foley, Kevin ???, Continental Duo, Steven Chavez, Susan Crane, Carolyn Fleming, D. J. Fontana, Susan Gray, Shecky Greene, Lee Greenwood, Clyde Hankins, Rusty Hayward, Dick Hoyt, Richard Jeffries, Christian Kay, Eric Larson, Millie Leahy, Dean Martin, Susan Murdock, Melody Patterson, Dennis Robertson, Chris Robinson, Linda Gaye Scott, Red Skelton, Ellie Sommers, Spibuff Productions, Jerry Van Dyke, William Morris Agency, Ye Gads!! Trio [George Bagen, Albert Cunningham, Dotty Potter]), 1969, 2004-2005 and undated
13 Entertainer profiles: Manuel Melendez, 1965 and undated
14 Entertainer profiles: Judith Baldwin, 1974 and undated
15 Entertainer profiles: Pee Wee King, 1987 and undated
16 Entertainer profiles: Red Steagall, 1989
17 Entertainer profiles: Gary Mule Deer, 1997-2000
18 Entertainer profiles: LeAnn Rimes, 2005
19 Professional dance and competitions (Millie Leahy), 2007 and undated
20 Echols Enterprises: Lobbying firm (Albuquerque), 1989-2005
21 Echols Enterprises: "Registered Lobbyists in New Mexico" (Office of the Secretary of State), 2002
22 Echols and Olguin: Lobbying firm, 1997-1999
23 Echols Enterprises: Lobbying contracts, 2000-2004
24 Echols Enterprises: Lobbyist resumes, 2000 and undated
25 Echols Enterprises: Legislative parties, 1975-2005
26 Echols Enterprises: Legislative parties: Programs, 1975-2005
27 Echols Enterprises: "The Echo" (Newsletter), 1975
28 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Food and Fun, Inc. (Albuquerque bingo hall), 1979
29 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Bernalillo County, 1983-1999
30 Echols Enterprises: Clients: New Mexico Chiropractic Association, 1983-2004
31 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Pueblo of Sandia, 1985-2002
32 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Ambu Morarka, Ph.D., 1992-1993
33 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Indian Gaming Association, 1997-2005
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3 1 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Pueblo of Isleta, 1998-2003
2 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Pueblo of Pojaque / Santa Fe Downs Race Track 1999-2005
3 Echols Enterprises: Clients: New Mexico Shooting Sports Association (NRA), 1999-2002
4 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Park Place Entertainment (Andorra Casino), 2000-2001
5 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Luxury Limousines, 2001-2002
6 Echols Enterprises: Clients: "Tribal Issues in the State of New Mexico" (Richardson campaign report), July 24, 2002
7 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Jackson Harrell Group / Longhorn Pipeline, 2002
8 Echols Enterprises: Clients: Wells Fargo, Inc., 2003-2004
9 Echols Enterprises: Political contributions, 1998-2005
10 Echols Enterprises: Call sheets and daily notes, 2000 and undated
Business Records: Odis Jr. Personal Finances
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3 11 Balance sheets, 1970-2004
12 Bank statements and check registers, 1984-2002
13 Investment accounts, 1986-2005
14 Real estate transactions, 1966-1999
15 Real estate transactions, 2001-2005
16 Social Security records, 1995-2004
17 Tax returns, 1993-2002
18 Tax returns, 2003-2005
19 Yacht sale (Marina del Rey, California), undated
Calendars
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4 Odis Echols Jr. daybooks and planners, 1979-2004
Odis Echols Jr. Prudential retirement planner, 2001
Correspondence
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5 1 To Odis Sr., 1932-1962
2 Family and fan mail, 1947-1958
3 Odis Jr. to parents while in U.S. Air Force, 1951-1953
4 To Odis Jr., 1954-1990
5 To Odis Jr. (Family and friends), 1973-2005
Educational Records
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5 6 Transcripts and report cards, 1936-1985
Family Records
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5 7 Hugh Traweek papers (Bankston, Alabama: Odd Fellows membership, Dr. Porter's memo book, merchant and property and poll tax receipts; Eldorado, Kansas, cancelled check), 1890-1906 and undated
8 Hugh Traweek papers (Hopkins County, Texas: merchant and property and poll tax receipts), 1907-1914
9 Hugh Traweek papers (Delta County, Texas: merchant and property and poll tax receipts), 1925-1926 and undated
10 Hugh Traweek papers (Lynn County, Texas: merchant and property and poll tax receipts), 1925-1926 and undated
Genealogy Materials
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5 11 Echols family (commercial productions), undated
Insurance Documents
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5 12 Homeowner, life and insurance loans, 1986-2005
Legal Materials
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5 13 Odis Sr. and Grace Traweek Echols, 1920-1925
14 Odis Jr. birth certificate and passport, 1930-1984
15 Echols and Echols, notes and agreements, 1965-1973
16 Echols and Echols v. N.C. Ribble Company, 1973
17 Odis Jr. and Patsy H. Echols, 1982-1984
18 Odis Jr. and Glenda Sue Rea, 1988-1995
Medical Records
box folder
5 19 Odis Jr. and Millie Leahy, 1995-2005
Military Service Records
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5 20 Odis Jr. in U.S. Air Force and Reserve, 1951-1957
Notebooks
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5 21 Notes and notebooks, 1956 and undated
Obituaries and Eulogies
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5 22 Grace Traweek Echols, 1971
23 Odis "Pop" Echols, Sr. and Onetta Richards Echols, 1974 and 2015
Periodicals
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11 1 Magazine: KWKH Program Schedule (Shreveport, Louisiana), October 21, 1945
2 Magazine: Michigan Farmer, August 16, 1947
3 Magazine: Ohio Farmer, August 16, 1947
4 Magazine: Pennsylvania Farmer, August 23, 1947
5 Magazine: Farm Journal, November 1948
6 Magazine: Michigan State Bar Journal, 1945-1949
7 Magazine: Highway Traveler, Winter 1950-1951
8 Magazine: Colorado Wonderland, December 1950
9 Magazine: Colorado Wonderland, Spring 1951
10 Magazine: Colorado Wonderland, Summer 1951
11 Magazine: Colorado Wonderland, 1951
12 Magazine: The Hub (Lubbock Chamber of Commerce), October 1950
13 Magazine: The KSEL Mike Station guide, March 1952
14 Magazine: Commonwealth (Virginia Industrial Directory), December 1949
15 Magazine: Commonwealth (Virginia Travel Directory), April 1953
16 Magazine: Commonwealth (Virginia Industrial Directory), December 1950
17 Magazine: Commonwealth (Virginia Industrial Directory), December 1954
18 Magazine: Commonwealth, September 1955
19 Magazine: Kentucky Business, May 1951
20 Magazine: Kentucky Business, October 1953
21 Magazine: Texas Preview, October 1952
22 Magazine: Idaho Sportsman, March, 1953
23 Magazine: Pittsburgher, August 1954
24 Magazine: Pittsburgher, September 1954
25-26 Magazine: Life (Country Music essay) (2 copies), November 19, 1956
27 Magazine: Texas Techsan, April 1957
28 Magazine: Seventeen (Tommy Sands feature), August 1957
29 Magazine: Deejay (Tommy Sands feature), December 1957
30-32 Magazine: Life (McGuire Sisters cover) (3 copies), March 17, 1958
33 Magazine: Look ("Revolution in Records" essay), April 15, 1958
34 Magazine: Hit Parader, May 1958
35 Magazine: Trail, June 1958
36 Magazine: Music Reporter, June 2, 1958
37 Magazine: TV Life, June 7, 1958
38 Magazine: TV Radio Mirror, August 1958
39 Magazine: Music Vendor, May 5, 1958
40 Magazine: Music Vendor, September 1, 1958
41 Magazine: Music Vendor, September 8, 1958
42 Magazine: Motion Picture, October 1958
43 Magazine: Teen, January 1959
44 Magazine: Cash Box, October 19, 1957
45 Magazine: Cash Box, October 26, 1957
46 Magazine: Cash Box, November 2, 1957
47-49 Magazine: Cash Box (3 copies), November 16, 1957
50 Magazine: Cash Box, December 7, 1957
51 Magazine: Cash Box, December 14, 1957
52 Magazine: Cash Box, January 4, 1958
53-54 Magazine: Cash Box (2 copies), January 11, 1958
55 Magazine: Cash Box, January 18, 1958
56 Magazine: Cash Box, January 25, 1958
57 Magazine: Cash Box, February 1, 1958
58 Magazine: Cash Box, February 15, 1958
59 Magazine: Cash Box, February 22, 1958
60 Magazine: Cash Box, March 1, 1958
61 Magazine: Cash Box, March 8, 1958
62 Magazine: Cash Box, March 15, 1958
63 Magazine: Cash Box, March 22, 1958
64-66 Magazine: Cash Box (3 copies), March 29, 1958
67 Magazine: Cash Box, April 5, 1958
68 Magazine: Cash Box, April 12, 1958
69-70 Magazine: Cash Box (2 copies), April 19, 1958
71 Magazine: Cash Box, April 26, 1958
72 Magazine: Cash Box, May 10, 1958
73 Magazine: Cash Box, June 14, 1958
74 Magazine: Cash Box, August 2, 1958
75 Magazine: Cash Box, October 18, 1958
76 Magazine: Cash Box, December 27, 1958
77 Magazine: Cash Box, July 22, 1961
78 Magazine: Cash Box, November 6, 1965
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12 1 Magazine: The Billboard, April 13, 1957
2 Magazine: The Billboard, April 20, 1957
3 Magazine: The Billboard, May 6, 1957
4 Magazine: The Billboard, September 23, 1957
5 Magazine: The Billboard, October 14, 1957
6-7 Magazine: The Billboard (2 copies--Mary Martin ad, Buddy Knox at 17, Crickets ad), November 4, 1957
8-9 Magazine: The Billboard (2 copies--Buddy Knox ad, Gene Autry ad, Norman Petty at 9, McGuire Sisters at 6, Debbie Reynolds at 1, Buddy Holly ad), November 11, 1957
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13 1 Magazine: The Billboard (Debbie Reynolds ad), November 25, 1957
2 Magazine: The Billboard (Cavalcade of Fairs--ads for Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Tex Ritter, Randy Brown Eddie Dean), November 25, 1957
3 Magazine: The Billboard (ad for "Sugartime" by McGuire Sisters), December 2, 1957
4 Magazine: The Billboard (ads for Jummy Dean, Crickets), December 9, 1957
5 Magazine: The Billboard (ad for "Sugartime"), December 23, 1957
6 Magazine: The Billboard ("Peggy Sue" at 3, ad for Buddy Knox), December 30, 1957
7-8 Magazine: The Billboard (2 copies--Buddy Holly article p. 16, "Peggy Sue" at 6), January 6, 1958
9 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 30 / 13 on DJ playlists), January 13, 1958
10 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 9 / 10 on playlist, Gale Storm ad), January 20, 1958
11 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 6 / 3 on playlist, Gale Storm ad), January 20, 1958
12 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 2 / 2 on playlist), February 3, 1958
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14 1 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 2 / 2 on playlist/2 on sheet music, Buddy Holly ad), February 10, 19587
2 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 2 / 1 on playlist / 2 on sheet music, Jimmy Dean/Ray Price ad), February 17, 1958
3 Magazine: The Billboard (cover missing, "Sugartime" at 1 / 1 on playlist / 3 on sheet music, Jimmy Dean/Ray Price ads), February 24, 1958
4 Magazine: The Billboard (ads for Jummy Dean, Crickets), March 3, 1958
5-7 Magazine: The Billboard (3 copies--"Sugartime" at 1 / 1 on playlist / 2 on sheet music), March 10, 1958
8 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 2 / 4 on playlist / 3 on sheet music, Mary Martin ad), March 17, 1958
9 Magazine: The Billboard (cover torn, "Sugartime" at 3 / 7 on playlist / 1 on sheet music, Gale Storm ad), March 24, 1958
10 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 4 / 5 on playlist / 2 on sheet music), March 31, 1958
11 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 7 / 11 on playlist / 1 on sheet music), April 21, 1958
12 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" at 14 / 0 on playlist / 8 on sheet music), May 12, 1958
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15 1 Magazine: The Billboard ("Sugartime" still 15 on sheet music, Crickets ad), June 16, 1958
2 Magazine: The Billboard, June 23, 1958
3 Magazine: The Billboard, July 7, 1958
4 Magazine: The Billboard, September 15, 1958
5 Magazine: The Billboard, October 6, 1958
6-7 Magazine: The Billboard (2 copies), December 29, 1958
8 Magazine: The Billboard, January 12, 1959
9 Magazine: The Billboard, January 19, 1959
10 Magazine: The Billboard, May 1, 1993
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16 1 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 2 on DJ poll, "Peggy Sue" at 14), January 29, 1958
2-3 Magazine: Variety (2 copies--"Sugartime" at 2 on DJ poll, "Peggy Sue" at 12), February 5, 1958
4-5 Magazine: Variety (2 copies--"Sugartime" at 2 on DJ poll, "Peggy Sue" at 14), February 12, 1958
6 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 1 on DJ poll, 1 on jukebox, "Peggy Sue" at 39), February 19, 1958
7 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 1 on DJ poll, 1 on jukebox), February 26, 1958
8 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 2 on DJ poll, 2 on jukebox), March 5, 1958
9 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 3 on DJ poll, 8 on jukebox), March 12, 1958
10 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 6 on DJ poll, 7 on jukebox), March 19, 1958
11 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 11 on DJ poll, 12 on jukebox), March 26, 1958
12 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 13 on DJ poll, 8 on jukebox), April 2, 1958
13 Magazine: Variety ("Sugartime" at 37 on DJ poll, 19 on jukebox), April 9, 1958
14 Magazine: Variety, April 16, 1958
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17 1 Magazine: Variety, April 30, 1958
2 Magazine: Variety, May 7, 1952
3 Magazine: Variety, June 25, 1958
4 Magazine: Variety, July 2, 1958
5 Magazine: Variety, August 20, 1958
6 Magazine: Variety), August 27, 1958
7 Magazine: Variety, September 17, 1958
8 Magazine: Variety, October 1, 1958
9 Magazine: Variety, October 22, 1958
10 Magazine: Variety, November 19, 1958
11 Magazine: Variety, January 14, 1959
12 Magazine: Variety, January 28, 1959
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18 1 Magazine: Life, January 13, 1961
2 Magazine: Life, April 21, 1961
3 Magazine: Daily Variety, October 24, 1963
4 Magazine: Lifetime (Kansas City Life Insurance Company, p. 19 photo of Echolses with Art Linkletter), February 15, 1965
5 Magazine: Look, January 24, 1967
6 Magazine: Life (John Connally on JFK assassination), November 24, 1967
7 Magazine: Teen, July 1968
8-10 Magazine: New Mexico (3 copies), January 1969
11 Magazine: Cotton Cooperative Commentator, November-December 1970
12 Magazine: Broadcasting, September 21, 1981
13 Magazine: Tahoe Today, 1983
14 Magazine: Amusement Business Cavalcade of Acts, 1983
15 Magazine: ShowBiz, September 4, 1963
16 Magazine: Albuquerque Living, September 1986
17 Magazine: Albuquerque Living, November 1986
18 Magazine: Albuquerque Living, December 1986
19 Magazine: New Mexico, November 1986
20 Magazine: Performance, May 9, 1986
21 Magazine: Performance, May 16, 1986
22 Magazine: Performance, June 13, 1986
23 Magazine: Performance, July 4, 1986
24 Magazine: Performance, July 18, 1986
25 Magazine: Performance, August 8, 1986
26 Magazine: Performance, September 5, 1986
27 Magazine: Performance, October 24, 1986
28 Magazine: Performance, October 31, 1986
29 Magazine: Performance, November 7, 1986
30 Magazine: Performance, November 14, 1986
31 Magazine: Performance, December 5, 1986
32 Magazine: Performance, December 12, 1986
33 Magazine: Performance (Facilities Directory), December 19, 1986
34 Magazine: Performance, February 27, 1987
35 Magazine: Performance, March 20, 1987
36 Magazine: Billboard Talent and Touring Directory, 1991
37 Magazine: Texas Monthly (Buddy Holly issue), October 1995
38 Magazine: Albuquerque Woman, December 1996
39 Magazine: New Mexico Business, November 1997
40 Magazine: Cowboys and Indians, January 2004
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19 1 Newspaper: Louisville Courier-Journal WHAS Magazine (Kentucky), Janaury 14, 1940
2 Newspaper: Shreveport Times (Louisiana), February 27, 1947
3 Newspaper: Dallas Morning News (Texas) (Section 3 only), November 16, 1947
4 Newspaper: Weakley County Press (Tennessee), December 24, 1948
5 Newspaper: Julesburg Grit-Advocate (Colorado, Jr. photo with accordion p. 1), August 31, 1950
6 Newspaper: The Sporting News ("Sugartime" parody cartoon with baseball greats, torn), February 12, 1958
7 Newspaper: New York Mirror (McGuire Sisters article p. 10), February 16, 1958
8 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), December 24, 1956
9 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), July 30, 1957
10 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), December 24, 1957
11 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), October 23, 1958
12 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), December 24, 1959
13 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), December 25, 1960
14 Newspaper: Clovis News-Journal (New Mexico), January 25, 1961
15 Newspaper: Amarillo Daily News (Texas), January 25, 1961
16 Newspaper: Tulia Herald (Texas), April 11, 1963
17 Newspaper: Tulia Herald (Texas), June 6, 1963
18 Newspaper: Music City News, January 1968
19 Newspaper: Music City News, February 1968
20 Newspaper: Curry County Times (New Mexico), April 6, 1968
21 Newspaper: The Singing News, May 1, 1971
22 Newspaper: Santa Fe New Mexican, February 13, 1973
23-43 Newspaper: KCLV Showtime (promotional), June 1967-1971
Photographs [AV numbers denote digital scans of the image.]
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21 1 Echols-Traweek family, 1910-1959
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1 Pop enamel portrait,1920s
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2 Grace and Pop enamel portrait,1920s
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3 Echols family reunion, Cooper, Texas [AV006-295],1900s
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4 Echols family reunion, Cooper, Texas [AV006-301],1900s
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5 Echols family reunion, Cooper, Texas [AV006-302],1900s
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6 Echols family reunion, Cooper, Texas [AV006-303],1900s
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7 The Echols family at cemetery: Myrtle, Dalia, Roscoe, Arthur, Odis, Horace, Coy, Dueda [AV006-189],1940s
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8 The Echols Family at cemetery: Myrtle, Dalia, Roscoe, Arthur, Odis, Horace, Coy, Dueda [AV006-190],1940s
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9 Boys with donkeys [AV006-191],undated
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10 Three young women in matching dresses [AV006-192],1930s
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11 Unidentified man in country lane [AV006-193],July 21, 1922
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12 Odis and Grace courtship [AV006-194],1920
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13 Odis and two women [AV006-195],undated
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14 Unidentified man and children [AV006-196],undated
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15 Unidentified infant and toddler sister [AV006-197],1900s
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16 Unidentified infant [AV006-198],1900s
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17 Unidentified girl [Grace?] in knickers with schoolbooks [AV006-203],1920s
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18 Sunday picnic lunch, E. Chappell: Anton, Kentucky [AV006-201],March 31, 1940
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19 Unidentified elderly couple with Ford [AV006-202],undated
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20 Unidentified young man [AV006-187],1920s
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21 Unidentified young couple [Mr. and Mrs. H. Traweek?], heavily retouched [AV006-208],1800s
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22 H. Traweek portrait [AV006-217],1900s
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23 Mr. and Mrs. H. Traweek portrait [AV006-218],1900s
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24 H. Traweek [AV006-209, copy of AV006-217],undated
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25 Mr. and Mrs. H. Traweek [?] portrait, Cooper, Texas,1920s
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26 Mr. and Mrs. H. Traweek [?] portrait, Cooper, Texas,1920s
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27 Unidentified elderly couple in formal portrait [AV006-204],undated
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28 Unidentified elderly couple outside brick home [AV006-210],undated
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29 Unidentified preachers giving Revelations chart talk [AV006-211],1890s
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30 Unidentified shoe store interior [AV006-212],undated
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31 Uncle Fote, Dad Mill, Uncle Milton, Uncle Wilson [AV006-213],1927
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32 Uncle Fote, Dad Mill, Uncle Milton, Uncle Wilson [AV006-214],1927
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33 Unidentified couple outside wood home [AV006-215],undated
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34 Unidentified young couple formal portrait [AV006-216],undated
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35-36 Flooded downtown street, Fox Drugs, Clovis, New Mexico [2 copies],July 22, 1930
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37 Fannie Grass [childhood friend and neighbor of Echols family, AV006-219],undated
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38 Arthur and Ida Johnson Andrews [Echols family friends, AV006-220],undated
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39 Fannie Grass [childhood friend and neighbor of Echols family, AV006-221]: Cooper, Texas,undated
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40 The Will Echols Family [Will, Alma, Myrtle, Dalta, Roscoe, Arthur, Neta, Odis, Horace, Coy, AV006-222],1910
item
41 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grass and Family [William, Jessie, Charlie, Ovid, Lee, Fannie, AV006-223],undated
item
42 Unidentified couple formal portrait [AV006-224],undated
item
43 Unidentified boy and 2 girls [AV006-225],1undated920s
item
44 Family reunion [Traweek home, Cooper, Texas?, AV006-304],undated
item
45 Pop Echols [and siblings?],1950s
item
46 Pop Echols [and siblings with spouses?],1950s
item
47 Echols-Traweek family reunion,1950s
item
48 Unidentified elderly couple with infant,undated
item
49 Unidentified couple,undated
item
50 Signage for Echols family reunion,undated
box folder
21 2 School Group Portraits, 1910-1940 and undated
item
1 Pop [?] with his elementary school class [AV006-300, duplicate of AV006-306],1910s
item
2 Pop [?] with his elementary school class [AV006-306],1910s
item
3 Greenwood School class picture [AV006-305],1917
item
4 Grace and her graduating class [AV006-298],1922
item
5 Grace and her graduating class [copy, AV006-299],1922
item
6 Odis and Lawrence Ivey and [singing school?, AV006-296],1930s
item
7 Odis and Lawrence Ivey and [singing school?, AV006-297],1930s
box folder
21 3 Early Echols Ensembles, 1924-1933 and undated
item
1 Odis Echols Sr. and Opal Crook [AV006-001],undated
item
2 The Plateau Quartet [John F. Taylor, Earl Roberson, Odis Echols, Loyd Robinson], Clovis, New Mexico [AV006-011],1924
item
3 The Plateau Quartet [AV006-009, copy of AV006-011],1924
item
4 The Plateau Quartet [AV006-012, copy of AV006-011],1924
item
5 Echols Brothers Trio [Coy, Horace, Odis, AV006-008],undated
item
6 Coy, Horace, Odis Echols with father [AV006-005],1930s
item
7 Coy, Horace, Odis Echols with car [AV006-006],1930s
item
8 Odis Echols and his Melody Boys [Clyde Burleson, Pop, Fred Bennett, Henry Shipp, Lawrence Ivey], Lubbock, Texas,1933
box folder
21 4 Singing Schools, 1936-1944 and undated
item
1 Echols School of Music [Bro. Ashford, Frank Stamps, Odis Echols, Lawrence Ivey, Odis Echols Jr., Stanley Shipp, Ernest Saraer, N.B.C Quartet [AV006-0013],1936
item
2 Laminated newspaper clipping, N.B.C. (Neighborhood Boys Cut-ups) Quartet,1936
item
3 Laminated newspaper clipping, N.B.C. Quartet,1936
item
4 Echols School of Music featuring Frank H. Stamps: South Side Baptist Church, Abilene, Texas [AV006-0014],1936
item
5 Unidentified church singing school with Odis Echols [AV006-0015],1941
item
6 Hartford School of Music [Pop Echols owner and manager], Hot Springs, Arkansas [AV006-0016],1944
box folder
21 5 Stamps-Baxter Quartets, 1926-1948
item
1 Bill Fincannon, Koy L. Baird, Millard Massey, Virgil O. Stamps [AV006-017],1926
item
2 Unidentified, Marion, North Carolina [AV006-018],undated
item
3 Palmer Wheeler, Dwight M. Brock, Roy Wheeler, Odis Echols, Frank H. Stamps [AV006-019],August 25, 1927
item
4 Stamps Quartet [Austin Williams, Odis Echols, Thomas Ramsey, Frank Stamps], Chattanooga, Tennessee [AV006-020],1926
item
5 Frank Stamps Quartet [Roy Wheeler, Frank Stamps, Odis Echols, Palmer Wheeler, Dwight Brock, AV006-021],1927
item
6 Frank Stamps Quartet [Palmer Wheeler, Roy Wheeler, Dwight Brock, Odis Echols, Frank Stamps, AV006-022],undated
item
7 Frank Stamps Quartet [AV006-021, copy of AV006-022],undated
item
8 "I Know Somebody's Listening" by Albert E. Brumley, sheet music pamphlet: Stamps-Baxter Music Company [AV006-024],undated
item
9 The Stamps All Star Quartet Poster [damaged],undated
item
10 Unidentified Stamps quartet with J. R. Baxter, Palmer Wheeler [AV006-010],1932
item
11 Stamps All-Star Quartet [poster cut-out of Palmer and Roy Wheeler, Lawrence Ivey, Odis Echols, Frank Stamps, AV006-075],1937
item
12 Stamps Melody Boys [Odis Pop Echols, Denver Crumpler, Lawrence Ivey, Marvin Le Master, Don Smith, AV006-152],September 4, 1935
item
13 Stamps Melody Boys [AV006-153],September 4, 1935
item
14 Stamps Melody Boys [AV006-154, duplicate of AV006-152],September 4, 1935
item
15 Stamps Melody Boys [AV006-155, duplicate of AV006-152],September 4, 1935
item
16 Stamps Melody Boys [Odis Pop Echols, Denver Crumpler, Lawrence Ivey, Don Smith, Marvin Le Master, AV006-149],1938
item
17 Stamps Melody Boys [AV006-150, copy of AV006-149],1938
item
18 Stamps Melody Boys [AV006-151, copy of AV006-149],1938
item
19 Laminated Stamps-Baxter pay stub for Odis Echols,July 30, 1948
box folder
21 6 Abilene, Texas, 1937 and undated
item
1 Pop with Jr. in naval suit with short pants,undated
item
2 Laminated newspaper ad for “local Our Gang Comedy,” [Neighborhood Boys Cut-ups / N.B.C.?] Abilene, Texas,undated
item
3 Pop and Jr. with Marie Clark and accordion,undated
item
4 Laminated news clipping about Jr. and Marie Clark performance,1937
item
5-6 Cash rental receipts for rental of “Kid Comedy,” signed by Melton Barke,1937
box folder
21 7 The Melody Boys (Small images), undated
item
1 Unidentified [AV006-030],undated
item
2 Unidentified [AV006-031],undated
item
3 Unidentified [AV006-033],undated
item
4 Unidentified [AV006-041],undated
item
5 Unidentified [AV006-042],undated
item
6 Unidentified [AV006-043],undated
item
7 Unidentified [AV006-044],undated
item
8 Unidentified [AV006-047],undated
item
9 Unidentified [AV006-049],undated
item
10 Unidentified [AV006-050],undated
item
11 Unidentified [AV006-051],undated
item
12 Unidentified,undated
item
13 Unidentified,undated
item
14 Unidentified,undated
box folder
21 8 The Melody Boys at KTHS, Hot Springs, Arkansas,1938-1944 and undated
item
1 Melody Boys at KTHS microphone [AV006-029],1938
item
2 Laminated newspaper clipping of Odis Echols and Hartford Melody Boys ad [AV006-028],undated
item
3 Vernon Bright, Delman Knight, Odis Jr., Odis Sr., Jimmy Jones, Everett Burtrom [AV006-035],1944
item
4 Odis Echols and his Hartford Melody Boys [Smith, Foster M**frey, Doug Jones, Odis Echols, Everett Butrum, AV006-143],undated
item
5 Odis Echols and his Hartford Melody Boys [Smith, Foster M**frey, Doug Jones, Odis Echols, Everett Butrum, AV006-156],undated
item
6 Hartford Melody Boys AV006-157, duplicate of AV006-156],undated
item
7 Hartford Melody Boys AV006-158, duplicate of AV006-156],undated
item
8 Melody Boys [Jimmy Jones, Delmon Knight, Billy Medley, Vernon Bright, Odis Echols],1944
box folder
21 9 The Melody Boys at WHAS, Louisville, Kentucky,1940-1942 and undated
item
1 Laminated newspaper clipping on Melody Boys Quartet [AV006-038],undated
item
2 Louisville, Kentucky [AV006-032],undated
item
3 Melody Boys at KTHS microphone,undated
item
4 Melody Boys at KTHS microphone,undated
item
5 Unidentified performer in Tobey costume [AV006-172],undated
item
6 Unidentified performer in Tobey costume [AV006-173],undated
item
7 Faultless Melody Boys at piano [Clyde Garner, Buell Bone, George Schake, Odis Echols, Doy Ott, AV006-142],1940
item
8 Odis Echols and his Faultless Starch Melody Boys at WHAS [Clyde Garner, Odis Echols, Doug Jones, Buell Bone, Lawrence Ivey, AV006-116],1941
item
9 Faultless Melody Boys [AV006-117, duplicate of AV006-116],1941
item
10 Faultless Melody Boys [AV006-118, duplicate of AV006-116],1941
item
11 Faultless Melody Boys [variation of AV006-116],1941
item
12 Faultless Melody Boys at WHAS microphone [AV006-119],1941
item
13 Faultless Melody Boys at piano [AV006-120],1941
item
14 Faultless Melody Boys at piano [variation of AV006-119],1941
item
15 Melody Boys stage show with audience on folding chairs [AV006-122],undated
item
16 Odis Echols and his Faultless Starch Melody Boys in comic bit with fake mustaches [Vernon Bright, Odis Echols, Victor Bright, Doug Jones, Lawrence Ivey, AV006-123],1941
item
17 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-124, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
18 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-125, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
19 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-126, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
20 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-127, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
21 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-128, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
22 Melody Boys in fake mustaches [AV006-129, variation of AV006-123],1941
item
23 Newspaper clipping “Melody Boys Prove Public Still Loves 'Old Time Religion'” [AV006-076],1941
item
24 Calendar card featuring The Melody Boys [AV006-040 and AV006-040b],1942
box folder
21 10 The Melody Boys at KWKH, Shreveport, Louisiana,1946-1948 and undated
item
1 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys with piano and KWKH microphone [Hassel Kimbrough, Odis Echols, Vernon Bright, Jimmy Jones, Delmon Knight, AV006-101],1946
item
2 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys [AV006-102, duplicate of AV006-101],1946
item
3 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys [AV006-107, duplicate of AV006-101],1946
item
4 Melody Ranch Boys [Hassel Kimbrough, Odis Echols, ????, Jack Bailey, Jimmy Jones, Jack Ford, AV006-101],undated
item
5 Melody Ranch Boys [Jack Ford, Hassel Kimbrough, Odis Jr., Jack Bailey, Odis Sr., Sleepy Brown, ????, AV006-052],undated
item
6 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-053, duplicate of AV006-052],undated
item
7 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-054, duplicate of AV006-052],undated
item
8 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-031, duplicate of AV006-052],undated
item
9 Melody Ranch Boys outdoor snapshot,undated
item
10 Melody Ranch Boys outdoor snapshot,undated
item
11 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys [AV006-112, duplicate of AV006-101],1946
item
12 Jimmy Jones at KWKH microphone [AV006-113],1946
item
13 Melody Ranch Boys [Doy Ott, ????, Odis Sr., Jimmy Jones, AV006-045],1946
item
14 Melody Ranch Boys [????, Doy Ott, Odis Sr., ????, Jimmy Jones, AV006-046],1947
item
15 Melody Ranch Boys [Doy Ott, ????, Odis Sr., Jimmy Jones, AV006-160, duplicate of AV006-045],1946
item
16 Melody Ranch Boys [????, Doy Ott, Odis Sr., ????, Jimmy Jones, AV006-105, duplicate of AV006-046],1947
item
17 Melody Ranch Boys [????, Doy Ott, Odis Sr., ????, Jimmy Jones, AV006-104],1947
item
18 Melody Ranch Boys [Jack Bailey, Jack Ford, Odis Sr., Odis Jr., Sleepy Brown, Jimmy Jones, AV006-106],1948
item
19 Melody Ranch Boys [Jack Bailey, Jack Ford, Odis Sr., Odis Jr., Jimmy Jones, AV006-055],1948
item
20 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-056, duplicate of AV006-055],1948
item
21 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-057, duplicate of AV006-055],1948
item
22 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-058, duplicate of AV006-055],1948
item
23 Jimmy Jones as Melody Ranch Boy with double bass [AV006-059],1948
item
24-39 Melody Ranch Boys [AV006-060 through AV006-074, duplicates of AV006-055],1948
item
40 Melody Ranch Boys with custom-painted trailer and Buick [AV006-095],undated
item
41 Melody Ranch Boys with custom-painted trailer and Buick [AV006-095],undated
item
42 Melody Ranch Boys with custom-painted trailer and Buick [AV006-095],undated
item
43 Melody Ranch Boys, Pop at wheel of Buick with custom-painted trailer in highway median [AV006-103],undated
item
44-50 Outdoor performance by Melody Ranch Boys [Jack Bailey, Jack Ford, Odis Sr., Odis Jr., Sleepy Brown, Jimmy Jones, AV006-098, AV006-099, AV006-100, AV006-108, AV006-109, AV006-110, AV006-111],1948
box folder
21 11 Yosemite Trip,1948
item
1-18 Echols Sr. and Jr. with unidentified group tour to Yosemite National Park, California [AV006-277 through AV006-294],1948
box folder
21 12 National Tour,1948
item
1-84 Snapshots from KLAC Big 5 charity show in Hollywood Bowl, bullfight in Mexico, Manhattan, Coney Island, Ocean City (Maryland), Washington DC, and other unidentified tourist destinations,1948
box folder
21 13 The Melody Boys in California,1949
item
1 John E. Reed glamour portrait of Melody Boys [Carl Terry, Jimmy Jones, Ray Bressler, Reese Crockett, Odis Sr.],1949
item
2-6 Duplicates of above [AV006-144, AV006-145, AV006-146, AV006-147, AV006-148],1949
box folder
21 14 The Melody Boys at KSEL, Lubbock, Texas,1949-1952 and undated
item
1 Laminated news clipping of performance for Governor Allan Shivers at American Business Club luncheon,1949
item
2 Quartet [Virgil Caffia, Bob Elmore, Odis Sr. and Jr.] with 1948 Cadillac outside Lubbock,1950
item
3 Quartet with Cadillac,1950
item
4 Unidentified KSEL performance [Odis Jr., ????, ????, Jimmy Jones, AV006-094],undated
item
5 Nu-Vue theater marquee advertising Odis Echols and the Melody Boys Quartet, Abernathy, Texas [AV006-077],undated
item
6 Nu-Vue marquee [AV006-078],undated
item
7 Nu-Vue marquee advertising Mortons Foods Melody Boys [AV006-081],June 1950
item
8 Melody Boys on Nu-Vue stage with other acts [AV006-080],June 1950
item
9 Melody Boys on Nu-Vue stage [AV006-082, duplicate of AV006-080],uJune 1950ndated
item
10 Melody Boys on Nu-Vue stage [AV006-083, duplicate of AV006-080],June 1950
item
11 Melody Boys on Nu-Vue stage in Mortons paper caps [Gordon Parnum, Odis Sr., Odis Jr., Jimmy Jones, AV006-084],June 1950
item
12 Melody Boys in Mortons caps [AV006-085, duplicate of AV006-084],June 1950
item
13 Melody Boys in Mortons caps [AV006-086, duplicate of AV006-084],June 1950
item
14 Jimmy Jones and Odis Sr. in Tobey routine [AV006-167],June 1950
item
15 Tobey routine at Nu-Vue [AV006-168, duplicate of AV006-167],June 1950
item
16 Tobey routine at Nu-Vue [AV006-169, duplicate of AV006-167],June 1950
item
17 Tobey routine at Nu-Vue [AV006-170, duplicate of AV006-167],June 1950
item
18 Tobey routine at Nu-Vue [AV006-171, duplicate of AV006-167],June 1950
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19 Melody Boys comic routine at Nu-Vue [AV006-079],June 1950
item
20 Melody Boys performing at KSEL all-night show in Jones Stadium [AV006-089],undated
item
21 Odis Sr. with unknown accordionist at all-night show [AV006-090],undated
item
22 Odis Sr. with unknown vocalist and pianist at all-night show [AV006-091],undated
item
23 Odis Sr. with unknown trio at all-night show [AV006-092],undated
item
24 Melody Boys in Hoyt Furniture booth [AV006-088],undated
item
25 Melody Boys performing outdoors [AV006-175],undated
item
26 Melody Boys performing outdoors [AV006-176],undated
item
27 Melody Boys performing outdoors [AV006-177],undated
item
28 Melody Boys in KSEL booth at South Plains Fair [AV006-93],undated
item
29 Melody Boys in performance [AV006-87],undated
item
30 Unidentified performance [Jack Burgess, Bob Elmore, Odis Sr., Odis Jr., Virgil Caffia, AV006-163],1952
item
31 Unidentified performance [duplicate of AV006-163],1952
item
32 Candid at previous performance [Virgil Caffia, Jack Burgess, Odis Jr., Bob Elmore, Odis Sr., AV006-178],1952
item
33 Candid [AV006-179, duplicate of AV006-178],1952
item
34 Candid [AV006-180, duplicate of AV006-178],1952
box folder
21 15 The Melody Boys Formal Portraits,1952
item
1 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Jr:, Odis Echols Sr:, Jimmy Jones, Cecil Pollock, Gordon Parnum, AV006-130],1952
item
2 Melody Boys [AV006-131, duplicate of AV006-130],1952
item
3 Melody Boys [AV006-132, duplicate of AV006-130],1952
item
4 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Jr:, Odis Echols Sr:, Jimmy Jones, Cecil Pollock, Gordon Parnum, AV006-133],1952
item
5 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Jr., Odis Echols Sr., Jimmy Jones, Cecil Pollock, Gordon Parnum, AV006-137],1952
item
6 Melody Boys [AV006-134, wider cropping of AV006-137],1952
item
7 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Jr., Odis Echols Sr., Jimmy Jones, Cecil Pollock, Gordon Parnum, AV006-135],1952
item
8 Melody Boys [AV006-136, duplicate of AV006-135],1952
item
9 Melody Boys [Cecil Pollock, Odis Echols Jr., Odis Echols Sr., ????, Gordon Parnum, AV006-138],1952
item
10 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Sr., Odis Echols Jr., ????, Gordon Parnum, Cecil Pollock, AV006-139],1952
item
11 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Sr., ????, Odis Echols Jr., Gordon Parnum, Cecil Pollock, AV006-140],1952
item
12 Melody Boys [Odis Echols Sr., Odis Echols Jr., ????, Gordon Parnum, Cecil Pollock, AV006-141],1952
item
13 Melody Boys [Bob Elmore, ????, Odis Echols Sr., Odis Echols Jr., ????, AV006-174],1952
box folder
21 16 Echols Brothers,1953
item
1 Echols brothers quartet [Bert Reynolds, Coy Preston Echols, Horace Raymond Echols, Odis Lemuel Echols Sr.], Clovis, New Mexico [AV006-162],1953
item
2 Echols brothers quartet, Clovis, New Mexico,1953
item
3 Unidentified trio with pianist [AV006-161],1953
box folder
21 17 Other Quartets,1951-1956 and undated
item
1 Texas Rangers Quartet [aka Tone Rangers: Arnold Hyles, Jimmy Jones, Denver Crumpler, David Reese] at KLIF, Dallas, Texas,1951
item
2 Statesman Quartet [autographed by Jake Hess, Doy Ott, AV006-181],1953
item
3 Statesman Quartet,1953
item
4 Gospel Melody Boys Quartet [aka Florida Boys: J. G. Whitfield, Buddy Mears, Les Beasley, Glen Allred, Derrell Stewart, autographed by Stewart and Mears],1956
item
5 Blackwood Brothers [James Blackwood, Bill Shaw, Bill Lyles / J. L. Roper, Doyle Blackwood, R. W. Blackwood, AV006-027],1954
item
6 Blackwood Brothers [AV006-026],1954
item
7 Unidentified quartet at KLRA with pianist [AV006-166],undated
box folder
21 18 "Sugartime" Publicity,1958 and undated
item
1 In a suite of the New York Waldorf Astoria, The McGuire Sisters (Christine, Dorothy and Phyllis), Odis Echols Jr. and Charlie Phillips celebrate one million copies sold of their cover "Sugartime" on Coral Records,1958
item
2 Alternate version of the previous photograph,1958
item
3-7 Duplicates of second version,1958
item
8 Alternate version with unidentified male,1958
item
9 Laminated clipping of second version,1958
item
10 Clipping of The Billboard chart of "1958 Top Tunes" with "Sugartime" as Number One,December 29, 1958
item
11-12 Photos of Pop Echols' gold records,undated
item
13 Negatives of gold records copies,undated
item
14-16 Unidentified retail window display with "Sugartime" theme,undated
item
17 Charlie Phillips with guitar, Pop Echols with sheet music in KCLV studios,undated
item
18-19 Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols in KCLV studios,undated
item
20 Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols in staged signing of paperwork,undated
item
21 Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols pouring sugar into each other's coffee in KCLV studios,undated
item
22 Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols at Pop's desk in KCLV studios,undated
item
23 Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols at Pop's desk in KCLV studios,undated
item
24-26 Charlie Phillips, Odis Jr., and Pop Echols at Pop's desk in KCLV studios,undated
item
27 Charlie Phillips, Odis Jr., and Pop Echols in KCLV studios,undated
item
28-29 Pop Echols, Charlie Phillips, ????, Odis Jr. in KCLV studios,undated
item
30 Pop Echols, Charlie Phillips, ???? at KCLV microphone,undated
item
31 Unidentified men on stage with Charlie Phillips and Pop Echols,undated
item
32 Unidentified,undated
box folder
21 19 Other Echols-Produced Acts,1945 and undated
item
1 Scanned poster of Bob Jones and his Harmony Boys [Billy Hall, Clyde Burleson, Randy Weston, Lee Jones, Bob Jones],1945
item
2 Unidentified black-faced trio at minstrel show with sheet music from New Mexico Plumbing and Hardware Company,undated
item
3 Black-faced minstrel company with soloist,undated
item
4 Solo black-faced minstrel backstage,undated
item
5-6 Little Joe Crowder with pair of black-faced minstrels,undated
item
7 Crowder Family musical act portrait,undated
item
8 Crowder Family in live performance,undated
item
9 Little Joe Crowder [autographed to "Popsicle" by Joe],undated
item
10-11 Little Joe Crowder in formal portraits,undated
item
12 Little Joe Crowder with Pop, both in cowboy hats,undated
item
13 George Tomsco of The Fireballs with Pop and Eddie Arnold,undated
item
14-15 Jimmy Gilmer and the Fireballs on backstage ladder (2 copies),undated
item
16 Unidentified quartet in blazers with Odis Jr. on right],undated
box folder
21 20 The Four Teens,undated
item
1 Four Teens [Joe B. Mauldin, Larry Welborn, Terry Noland, Floyd Higgs] around bass drum,undated
item
2 Four Teens [Welborn, Noland, Mauldin, Brownie Higgs] posed on stairs,undated
item
3 Four Teens [Mauldin, Noland, Mauldin, Higgs] in performance,undated
item
4 Four Teens with Pop Echols,undated
item
5-7 Four Teens with The McGuire Sisters (3 copies),undated
item
8 Four Teens with unidentified man, Tommy Sands and Odis Jr.,undated
item
9-11 Four Teens with Tommy Sands (3 copies),undated
box folder
21 21 The Road Runners,undated
item
1 Road Runners trio with netting and acoustic guitar,undated
item
2 Art Linkletter with Road Runners,undated
item
3 Proof sheet of Art Linkletter with Road Runners,undated
item
4 Road Runners with Barbara Eden, unidentified man, Cliff Robertson,undated
box folder
21 22 Unknown Male Ensemble,undated
item
1-4 Unidentified man with Odis Jr. at studio microphone,undated
item
5-8 Unidentified quintet at studio microphone,undated
item
9-12 Odis Jr. and group at studio microphone,undated
item
13-16 Group in rehearsal,undated
item
17-19 Studio control room with staff,undated
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20 Solo portrait of vocalis,undated
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21 Quintet in performance,undated
item
22-23 Quintet with U.S. Senator John Tower,undated
item
24 Quintet with unidentified man,undated
box folder
21 23 Pop Echols Family,1930-1958 and undated
item
1-2 Pop and Grace with Jr. as infant on porch,1930
item
3-5 Pop and Grace with Jr. as toddler beside automobile,undated
item
6-8 Pop and Grace with Jr. as toddler in front of store,undated
item
9 Pop and Grace with Jr. as toddler beside automobile,undated
item
10 Pop and Grace with Jr. in naval suit with short pants,undated
item
11-13 Pop, Grace and Jr. dressed in white in front of house,undated
item
14 Pop and Grace with Jr. in cowboy costume with chaps,undated
item
15 Pop in cowboy costume with revolver,undated
item
16 Pop and Grace with Jr. outdoors,1942
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17 Pop and Grace in front of church,undated
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18 Jr. dressed in white,undated
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19 Jr. in steer-head-motif cowboy boots,undated
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20 Grace with Pop and Jr. in fedoras, Louisville, Kentucky,1941
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21 Grace with Pop and Jr. in fedoras, Jr. holding Boston terrier in Enloe, Texas,undated
item
22 Pop, Jr., and Grace outdoors,undated
item
23 Jr. in U.S. Air Force corporal's uniform with Grace and Pop, with quartet members in rear,undated
item
24-25 Mr. and Mrs. Odis Echols Sr. with Mr. and Mrs. Odis Echols Jr.,1958
item
26-28 Pop with unidentified children,undated
box folder
21 24 Grace Echols Portraits,undated
item
1-3 Grace as a teenager [original and 2 copies],undated
item
4-6 Grace as a young woman [3 copies],undated
item
7 Grace as a young woman in fur coat,undated
item
8 Grace as a young woman [hand-tinted],undated
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9 Grace portrait in Shreveport, Louisiana,undated
item
10 Grace in snapshot of Sunday dress and hat,undated
item
11 Grace behind Odis L. Echols' desk at KCLV in Clovis, New Mexico,undated
item
12-13 Grace in maturity by Sass Studio, Clovis, New Mexico [2 copies],undated
item
14-16 Grace in maturity by Yarberry's Studio, Clovis, New Mexico [3 copies],undated
box folder
21 25 Echols Women,1960s and undated
item
1-37 Various [AV006-308 through AV006-348],undated
item
38-40 Patsy Haws [Mrs. Odis Echols Jr.],undated
box folder
21 26 Pop Echols Small Pictures,undated
item
1 Pop as infant in christening dress,1903
item
2-57 Various snapshots,1920-1970
box folder
21 27 Pop Echols Portraits,1913 and undated
item
1 Copy from school class photo,1913
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2-19 Various portraits,undated
box folder
21 28 Pop Echols with Celebrities,undated
item
1-72 Pop in promotional and candid photos with political, entertainment and journalism celebrities including Tommy Sands, Pat Boone, Eddie Arnold, Minnie Pearl, Mitch Miller, Lowell Thomas, Paul Harvey, Billy Walker, Roy Acuff, Hank Snow, Marty Robbins, Glenn Campbell, Tex Ritter, Rex Van, Lefty Frizzell, Pee Wee King, Chester Lauk, Dizzy Dean, Hildegard, Rusty Draper, and others unidentified,undated
box folder
21 29 Pop Echols On-Air with Microphone,1950s
item
1-76 Pop doing on-air segments for KCLV in Clovis, New Mexico with people including Mrs. Ralph Mathews, Kid Hart (brother of William S. Hart), General Jack Campbell, General Mac Easley, Dr. William M. Lancaster, and others unidentified,undated
box folder
21 30 Pop Echols with Anthony Quinn,undated
item
1-12 Pop and Jr. at an event with actor Anthony Quinn,undated
box folder
21 31 Pop Echols with Edgar Bergen,undated
item
1-5 Candids of Pop with Edgar Bergen,undated
item
6 Promotional portrait of Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy,undated
box folder
21 32 Pop Echols with Robert Taylor,undated
item
1-3 Pop with actor Robert Taylor (3 copies),undated
box folder
21 33 Pop Echols with Dan Blocker,undated
item
1-4 Pop with actor Dan Blocker ("Hoss" Cartwright) (2 images),undated
box folder
21 34 Pop Echols with Tommy Sands,1950s-1990s and undated
item
1-4 Laminated news clippings of Pop with Tommy Sands,undated
item
5 Autographed headshot, inscribed to the Echols,undated
item
6-7 Headshots,undated
item
8-41 Various Echols with Tommy Sands,undated
item
42-53 Sands in performance and with fans,undated
box folder
21 35 Pop Echols with Art Linkletter,undated
item
1-16 Various Echols with Art Linkletter,undated
item
17-21 Road Runners trio with Linkletter,undated
item
22-25 Linkletter at the microphone and with fans,undated
box folder
21 36 Pop Echols with Peter Hurd,undated
item
1 Peter Hurd under marquee saying “Welcome Peter Hurd for President,” autographed and inscribed, “For Pop and Odis Echols from their amigo Peter Hurd (who has more sense than to want to be President!)”,undated
item
2-3 Copy photos of Hurd portrait of Lyndon Baines Johnson,undated
item
4-9 Pop Echols with Hurd in front of LBJ portrait,undated
item
10-13 Odis Jr. with unidentified men in front of portrait,undated
box folder
21 37 Pop Echols News Clippings,undated
item
1-8 Laminated news clippings about Pop Echols [See also Box 7 Folder 10],undated
box folder
21 38 Pop Echols Tribute in Las Vegas,December 15, 1969
item
1 Laminated news clipping about Las Vegas tribute for 46 years in broadcasting,December 15, 1969
item
2-8 Pop, Jr., presenters including Roberta Sherwood, Frank Ross, Bud Goode,December 15, 1969
box folder
22 1 Original KCLV Building, 1950s-1968
item
1-10 Exterior photos of KCLV 1240 Radio building, some with personalities, in Clovis, New Mexico,undated
box folder
22 2 Construction of New KCLV Building, 1966-1968
item
1-2 Aerial photographs of lot before construction,undated
item
3-4 Architectural rendering for Studio City by L. L. Mourning of Las Cruces, New Mexico,undated
item
5-7 Architectural rendering for Studio City by Warren F. Pendleton of Clovis,undated
item
8-15 Groundbreaking ceremony,undated
item
16-30 Construction progress,undated
box folder
22 3 New Building, undated
item
1-19 Color interiors,undated
item
20-26 Black-and-white interiors,undated
item
27-32 Black-and-white exteriors,undated
item
33 Motivational poster about "The Salesman",undated
box folder
22 4 KCLV Personalities, undated
item
1-14 Laminated news clippings,undated
item
15-47 Snapshots of staff at work, news automobiles,undated
item
48-50 Promotional artwork,undated
item
51-63 8x10-inch glossies of staff at work,undated
item
64-71 KCLV basketball team,undated
box folder
22 5 Odis Echols, Jr., Baby Pictures, 1930-1936
item
1-17 Jr. to age 6 [scanned images: AV006-205 through AV006-207],1930-1936
box folder
22 6 Odis Echols, Jr., Childhood Pictures, 1932-1946
item
1-83 Jr. to age 16,1932-1946
box folder
22 7 Odis Echols, Jr., in High School and College, 1948-1955 and undated
item
1 Formal portrait in Shreveport, Louisiana,undated
item
2-3 Jr. with Melody Boys,undated
item
4-13 Laminated news clippings,undated
item
14-38 Texas Technological College years,1952-1955
item
39-41 Jr. wedding with Patsy Haws Echols,March 26, 1955
box folder
22 8 Odis Echols, Jr., in Military [See also Box 32 oversize for Lackland Air Force Base Squadron 3703 Flight 1437 portrait montage], 1951 and undated
item
1-4 Jr. in U.S. Air Force corporal's uniform at KSEL all-night show from Jones Stadium, Lubbock, Texas,undated
item
5 Jr. in uniform with Grace and Pop, with quartet members in rear,undated
box folder
22 9 Odis Echols, Jr., Portraits, 1946-2000
item
1-49 Formal portraits and headshots,1946-2000
box folder
22 10 Odis Echols, Jr., with Accordion, undated
item
1-10 Jr. in formal portraits and performance,undated
box folder
22 11 Echols Houses and Cars, 1920-1958 and undated
item
1 Grace on her horse Ribbon with Pop [AV006-226],1920
item
2 Pop on horseback with boater hat [AV006-227],1920
item
3 Unidentified man with wagon, team and windmill [AV006-228],undated
item
4 Jimmie Jones [?] on horseback,undated
item
5 Lee Cregg and Model T [AV006-246],1920
item
6 My first car, 1923 Model T, taken south of Texico, New Mexico [AV006-248],1923
item
7 Odis, Grace and 1927 Model T in Chattanooga, Tennessee [AV006-244],undated
item
8 My 1926 Model A car in Chattanooga, Tennessee [AV006-244],1928
item
9 Pop at wheel of roadster [AV006-264],undated
item
10 My first brand new car, Whippet Chevrolet, bought in Slaton [AV006-238],1929
item
11 My second new car, 1933 Chevrolet narrow tread with Odis Jr., age three, in Lubbock, Texas [AV006-243],1933
item
12 My third new car, 1934 Chevrolet in Lubbock, Texas [AV006-241],1934
item
13 My fourth new car, 1935 Oldsmobile and me (Odis Sr.) [AV006-247],1935
item
14 My fifth new car, Odis Sr. with 1938 *** Plymouth [AV006-240],1938
item
15 My sixth new car, 1940 Dodge, with Odis Jr. in Louisville, Kentucky [AV006-237],1940
item
16 My seventh new car, a 1941 Pontiac, Louisville, Kentucky [AV006-249],1941
item
17 1939 Dodge with Uncle Ed Appler, Hot Springs, Arkansas [AV006-239],undated
item
18 Seven-passenger, 1940 Packard with Melody Boys trailer in Shreveport, Louisiana,1941
item
19 Odis Pop Echols and the 1941 Cadillac in London, Texas [photo inscribed by Jo Ann Parker AV006-251],February 2, 1947
item
20 Odis and Grace in Lubbock, Texas [AV006-255],1950
item
21 1952-1953 Lincoln in Lubbock, Texas {AV006-250],1957
item
22 1945 Black Chevrolet convertible, Odis Jr.'s first car [AV006-253],undated
item
23 Odis Jr. in yellow Chevrolet convertible in Lubbock at Texas Tech [AV006-256],1948
item
24 1951 Lincoln wrecked in Lubbock,undated
item
25 1956 Lincoln south of Lubbock, Texas; L. H. and Grace on farm [AV006-245],undated
item
26 Unidentified with 1960 Sunbeam Alpine [AV006-236],undated
item
27 Unidentified [AV006-254],undated
item
28 Three white cars [AV006-230],undated
item
29 Black car [AV006-231],undated
item
30 Pickup with greyhounds in front of Cashway grocery [AV006-232],undated
item
31 1963 Mercury and the 1964 Cadillac [AV006-257],undated
item
32 1968 Lincoln Continental [AV006-258],undated
item
33 1968 Continental [AV006-259],undated
item
34 1968 Plymouth Barracuda [AV006-260],undated
item
35 Buick with Odis Sr., Doris Moyne, Grace, and Odis Jr. in Los Angeles [AV006-261],1958
item
36 Front of Echols home, 1721 East 21st , in Clovis, New Mexico, with 1964 Cadillac Fleetwood [AV006-262],undated
item
37 Unidentified [AV006-265],1955
item
38 Unidentified [AV006-266],undated
item
39 Lubbock Home [AV006-267],1952
item
40 Lubbock Home [AV006-268],1953
item
41 Lubbock Home [AV006-269],1953
item
42 Unidentified [AV006-270],undated
item
43 Pop and unidentified guest by motel pool [AV006-271],undated
item
44 Jr. posing with dummies on tourist attraction porch [AV006-272],undated
item
45 Pop and Grace at Desert Inn pool, Las Vegas, Nevada [AV006-273],undated
item
46 Desert Inn with custom auto, Las Vegas, Nevada [AV006-274],undated
item
47 Desert Inn pool, Las Vegas, Nevada [AV006-275],undated
item
48 Tourist lodge [Yosemite?] [AV006-276],undated
item
49 Unidentified house,undated
box folder
22 12 Family Pictures, 1960s
item
1-158 Echols Sr. and Jr. households,1960s
box folder
22 13 Pop and Grace Echols Home in Clovis, undated
item
1-33 1721 East 21 Street, Clovis New Mexico [includes rendering, aerial view, party with Art Linkletter],undated
box folder
22 14 Jr. Press Junket to Location of Cheyenne Social Club film, 1969
item
1-38 Candid shots of Jr. and reporter with Henry Fonda, James Stewart, and others unidentified,1969
box folder
22 15 Horse Racing, 1961-1970
item
1-30 Echols / KCLV purses awarded at Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico [includes Sr., Jr., Judy Baldwin, Robert Taylor],1961-1970
box folder
22 16 Judy Baldwin at Ruidoso Downs, 1965
item
1-28 Echols / KCLV purses awarded at Ruidoso Downs, New Mexico [includes Sr., Miss New Mexico Judy Baldwin, Robert Taylor],1965
box folder
22 17 Judy Baldwin, 1963-2000 and undated
item
1-54 The actor and model Judith Baldwin was Miss New Mexico USA 1965 and second runner-up in the Miss USA pageant that year, later working in TV and film. Collection includes teen, gown, swimsuit, glamour, snapshots and later modeling composites,1963-2000
item
55-57 Swimsuit and glamour 2-1/4-inch color negatives,undated
item
58-60 Swimsuit and glamour 2-1/4-inch transparencies,undated
box folder
22 18 Grand Ole Opry, undated
item
1-2 Jr., Charlie Phillips and Pop with cast [includes Johnny and Jack, Kitty Wells, Pee Wee King],undated
item
3 "Souvenir Picture Album" autographed by Johnnie Wright, Harold Morrison, Joe Skudder,undated
box folder
22 19 Beauty Pageants, undated
item
1-7 Various unidentified contestants [including Judith Baldwin] in Clovis with Jr. and Pop,undated
box folder
22 20 Live Performances, undated
item
1-41 Live stage performances, some with KCLV audience shown, by various musical acts including Road Runners, Manuel Melendez, Crystal Vaughn Ferrel, Mahlon Love, Four Teens, Tobey, Willie Nelson, Doug Kershaw and unidentified,undated
box folder
22 21 Autographs and Signed Headshots, 1955, 1962, 1971, 1995 and undated
item
1-49 Includes unidentified and Ames Brothers, Louis Armstrong, Jack Bailey, Clyde Beatty, Paul Brinegar, Hoagy Carmichael, Gary Colson, Commodores, Mario Cuomo, Ralph Edwards, Eddie Fisher, Four Freshmen, Phyllis George, Johnny Horton, Guy Hovis and Ralna English Hovis, Jordanaires, Sonny James, Johnnie and Jack, Pee Wee King, Jerry Lewis, Tom London, Mahlon Love, Allen Ludden, Bob Luman, Fred Martin, Millard Massey, Patti Page, Elvis Presley, Marty Robbins, Roberta Sherwood, Hank Thompson, Rex Van, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, Chill Wills, Faron Young,1955, 1962, 1971, 1995 and undated
box folder
22 22 Celebrity Headshots A-H, undated
item
1-81 Mostly commercial, including multiple photocopies, of various famous people and groups such as Tommy Alexander, Ed Ames, Lorenzo Antonio, Burt Bachrach, Bandidos, Calvin Bartlett, Beatles, Suzy Bogguss, Gary Campbell, David Cannon, Johnny Cash, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Vince Carroll, Carol Channing, Bob Cheslin, "A Chorus Line" road company, Commodores, Melora Conway, Bill Cosby, Crickets, Davis Daniel, Phyllis Diller, Don Edwards, Dwight David Eisenhower, Four Aces, Four Lads, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lee Greenwood, Shecky Greene, Don Guess, Buddy Hackett, Greta Hahn, Vic Halcheck, Hall and Oates, Mary Haye Trio, Rusty Hayward, Rita Hayworth, Dwayne Hickman, Bob Hope, Ferlin Husky,undated
box folder
22 23 Celebrity Headshots J-Z, undated
item
1-76 Mostly commercial of various famous people and groups such as Sonny James, Jordanaires, Gabe Kaplan, Jack E. Leonard, Gary Lewis, Huey Lewis and the News, Joe E. Lewis, Lum 'n Abner, Dean Martin, Manuel Melendez, Antonio Mendoza, Ouray Meyers, Waddie Mitchell, Michael Martin Murphey, Susan Murdoch, New Chordettes, Elvis Presley, Gary Puckett, Riders in the Sky, Righteous Brothers, Chris Robinson, Red Skelton, Sons of the San Joaquin, Jim Valvano, Jerry Van Dyke, Bobby Vee, Rana Vidar, Sheb Wooley, Pia Zadora, unidentified,undated
box folder
22 24 Echols Enterprises: Bill Cosby Performance, November 12, 1999
item
1-36 Contact sheet, headshot, candids during performance,undated
box folder
23 1 Odis Echols, Jr. Political Campaigns, 1966-1976 and undated
item
1-4 Laminated newspaper clippings,undated
item
5-74 Jr. campaigns for New Mexico state senate, lieutenant governor and governor,1966-1976
box folder
23 2 Odis Echols, Jr. Political and Lobbyist Careers, 1966-2000
item
1-86 Odis Jr. in office as state senator, with constituents, clients and political figures including New Mexico governors Jack M. Campbell, David F. Cargo, Bruce King, Jerry Apodaca, and Bill Richardson, plus Bill Clinton, Mario Cuomo, Bob Dole, Hubert Humphrey, Joe Kennedy, Ted Kennedy, Ann Richards, journalists (David Brinkley, Sam Donaldson, Cokie Roberts, Dan Rather) and celebrities including Jane Fonda,1966-2000
box folder
23 3 Echols Enterprises: Legislative Parties, undated
item
1-147 Lobbying events for state legislators and clients at the Sweeney Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico, featuring entertainers including Jay Leno, Gary Morris, Paul Rodriguez, and other unidentified [includes attendee table shots, color negatives],undated
box folder
23 4 Odis Echols, Jr. and Celebrities, undated
item
1 Jr.'s co-stars include Arthur Godfrey, Paul Harvey, Glenn Campbell, Buck Owens, Art Linkletter, Ed Ames, Tommy Sands, Larry Holmes, Ricardo Montalban, Ray Charles, Stan Lark, Jane Fonda, George Jessel, Lou Diamond Phillips, Brooks and Dunn, Julio Iglesias, Edward James Olmos, Gary Morris, John Glenn, and others unidentified,undated
box folder
23 5 Odis Echols, Jr. and Donny Anderson, undated
item
1-7 Texas Tech All-American football player at Kappa Sigma function,undated
box folder
23 6 Odis Echols, Jr. (Various), 1960-2013
item
1-286 Various photos of Jr., family and friends,1960-2013
box folder
23 7 Echols Acres, 1964 and undated
item
1-24 Land speculation and construction progress,1964 and undated
box folder
23 8 Kappa Sigma Events, 1963-1997 and undated
item
1-18 Jr. at national conclave,1963
item
19-122 Jr. at various fraternity events,1964-1997 and undated
box folder
23 9 Kappa Sigma Steak Fry, undated
item
1-2 35mm color negative sheets,undated
item
3-25 Tented exterior and home interiors,undated
box folder
23 10 WestFest Outdoor Performances, 1992
item
1-123 Jr., Michael Martin Murphey, and performers at WestFest in Red River, New Mexico,1992
box folder
23 11 WestFest Indoor Performances, 1993-1994
item
1-106 Jr., Michael Martin Murphey, and performers at WestFest in Santa Fe, New Mexico,1993-1994
box folder
23 12 Jr. Wedding with Glenda Sue Rea, 1988
item
1-32 Emerald Bay, California,1988
box folder
23 13 People's Republic of China and Macau, 1989
item
1 New Mexico trade delegation trip,1989
box folder
23 14 Clinton Inauguration, 1993
item
1-86 52nd U.S. Presidential inauguration,January 1993
box folder
23 15 Echols home, Albuquerque, 1994, 2001 and undated
item
1-79 Exteriors, interiors and furnishings,1994, 2001 and undated
box folder
23 16 Echols Christmas Trees, undated
item
1-33 Home exteriors and interiors, family,undated
box folder
23 17 Echols Yacht Echo, 1994 and undated
item
1-119 Yacht, moored in Marina Del Rey, California, and guests,1994 and undated
box folder
22 18 Olympic Games, 1996
item
1-88 Atlanta, Georgia, hotel, stadia, events, family,1996
box folder
24 1 Albuquerque Balloon Festival, October 2001
item
1-48 Panoramic photos,October 2001
box folder
24 2 People's Republic of China, 2001
item
1-6 Panoramics and tourist photos,2001
box folder
24 3 Atlanta Braves Baseball Game, undated
item
1-6 Panoramic photos during game,undated
box folder
24 4 Branson, Missouri, undated
item
1-2 35mm color negative sheets,undated
item
3-40 Travel snapshots,undated
box folder
24 5 New York-New York Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, undated
item
1 35mm color negative sheet,undated
item
2-20 Travel snapshots,undated
box folder
24 6 St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, undated
item
1-3 35mm color negative sheets,undated
item
4-140 Travel snapshots,undated
box folder
24 7 SMU Ownby Stadium, undated
item
1-12 Southern Methodist University football game,undated
box folder
24 8 Danny Echols Baby Photos, 1968-1969
item
1-143 Pop, Grace, and Jr.'s family with the baby,1968-1969
box folder
24 9 Family Pictures, 1970s, 1972 and undated
item
1-80 Jr.'s family snapshots,1972 and undated
box folder
24 10 Dan Echols as a Youth, 1970s and 1980s
item
1-32 Snapshots and family portraits [includes AV006-188, AV006-199, AV006-200],1970s and 1980s
box folder
24 11 Dan Echols Pre-Med Graduation, 1991
item
1-25 Ceremony and family, University of California, Los Angeles,June 15, 1991
item
26 Ceremony invitation,1991
box folder
24 12 Dan Echols Wedding, undated
item
1-3 Wedding pictures,undated
box folder
24 13 Dan Echols Family at Christmas, undated
item
1-33 Family snapshots and graduation pictures,undated
box folder
24 14 Dan Echols and Family, 1992-2012
item
1-232 Snapshots and portraits, dance recitals, Jr. visits,1992-2012
box folder
24 15 Millie Leahy Echols, undated
item
1 35mm color negative sheet,undated
item
2-50 Snapshots, Glenn Campbell, Jr., dance portraits,undated
box folder
24 16 Jr. in Europe, undated
item
1-5 35mm color negative sheet,undated
item
6-88 Snapshots from Andorra, France, Italy, England, and unidentified,undated
box folder
24 17 Jr. Travel Photos Part 1, undated
item
1-232 Snapshots from Las Vegas, Honolulu, Tahoe, and unidentified,undated
box folder
24 18 Jr. Travel Photos Part 2, undated
item
1-114 Snapshots from Reno, Nassau, Atlanta, and unidentified,undated
box folder
24 19 Unidentified, undated
item
1-49 Unidentified photos,undated
box folder
24 20 Jr. 35mm Slides Part 1, 1949-1965 and undated
item
1-300 Portraits, travel, Clovis, family Christmas, unknown,undated
box folder
24 21 Jr. 35mm Slides Part 2, 1956-1997 and undated
item
1-300 Portraits, travel, Clovis, family Christmas, unknown,undated
box folder
24 22 Jr., 110 Instamatic proofs, 2001 and undated
item
1-8 Travel snapshots,undated
box folder
24 23 Jr., 35mm negative sheets, undated
item
1-45 Unidentified photos,undated
box
20 Damaged Photos: Oversized, water-damaged, curled and cracked images, some unique, include material such as family snapshots, beauty pageants, Melody Boys and KSEL material, plus a large, autographed portrait of "Tennessee" Ernie Ford, 1919-1966 and undated
Political Papers: Odis Jr.
box folder
5 24 New Mexico Senate campaign, 1966
25 New Mexico state legislature, 1967-1995
26 Legislation sponsored by Sen. Echols, 1967-1976
27 Council of State Governments, 1971
28 New Mexico state legislature, 1972-1974
29 In-Plant Labor Training Bill, 1973-1975
30 Criminal Sexual Conduct Bill, 1973-1976
31 Echols gubernatorial campaign, 1974
32 Echols gubernatorial campaign: endorsements, 1974
33 Savings and loan legislation, 1975
34 Democratic Party, 1976-2002
35 Echols Lt. Governor campaign, 1978
36 Alcohol legislation, 1995-2001
box folder
6 1 New Mexico State Fair [See also University Fiesta Corporation], 1999
2 Gov. Bill Richardson, 2000-2005
3 Gov. Bill Richardson: Inaugural ball, 2003
4 New Mexico state legislature, 2003
5 New Mexico state legislature, 2004
6 New Mexico state legislature, 2005
7 New Mexico state legislature, 2006
8 Healthcare legislation, 2003-2004
9 New Mexico State Music Commission, 2004-2007
10 Capital Projects by New Mexico County, 2005
Kappa Sigma Materials
box folder
6 11 Songbook and album correspondence [Hoagy Carmichael et al], 1962-1965
12 Theta-Zeta chapter at Eastern New Mexico University (Portales), 1962-1996
13 Awards and chapter correspondence, 1962-2003
14 Epsilon-Phi chapter at Texas Tech University, 1964-1990
15 National fraternity correspondence, 1962-1992
16 Publications and programs, 1965-1993
17 Sam Donaldson Man of the Year banquet, 1991-1992
18 Cadeuceus (various journal issues), 1963-1993
19-22 Artifacts (Initiation report copy in presentation folder, KS paperweight and 2 pins), undated
Printed Materials
box folder
7 1 Stamps-Baxter promo sheet for Odis Sr. and Jr. singing school, undated
2 WHAS Radio broadcast logs (Form R-6, revised), undated
3 Commercial flyers, undated
4 ENMU Bulletin, proposed stadium brochure, November 1964
5 “Offshore,” air tour briefing book on Shell Oil and Gas Operations for Southwest Energy Council, May 7, 1976
6 Sujac Arabians (horse breeders) promo kit, 1983
7 Three Amigos! movie world premiere poster and tickets, December 11, 1986
8-9 Buddy Holly Center grand opening promo kit (Lubbock, Texas, 2 copies), September 1, 1999
10 Various (bumper stickers, memorial party for Maxie Anderson and Ben Abruzzo, leopard poster), 1977 and undated
Programs (Theatrical)
box item
10 1 Garcia scrapbook (Chicago, Illinois, Playbills and other programs including events with John Barrymore, Tallulah Bankhead, Katherine Cornell, Frances Farmer. Lillian Gish, Katherine Hepburn, Edward Everett Horton, Gertrude Lawrence, and musicians Artur Rubenstein, Marian Anderson and Kirsten Flagstad; plays include Clifford Odets' “Golden Boy” and Lillian Hellman's “The Little Foxes”, 1934-1942
2 “Annina” operetta (Maria Jeritza, Chicago), 1934
3 “Ode to Liberty” (Ina Claire, Walter Slezak, Chicago), 1935
4 “Billy Rose Presents Casa Mañana” (Fort Worth), 1936
5 “Casa Mañana” (Fort Worth), 1938
6 “Original Ballet Russe” (Civic Opera House, Chicago), 1941
7 “Macbeth” (Maurice Evans, Judith Anderson, Chicago), 1942
8 “Spring Again” (Grace George, C. Aubrey Smith, Chicago), 1942
9 “Gilbert and Sullivan Operas” (Boston Comic Opera Company, Chicago), 1943
10 “Lady in the Dark” (Gertrude Lawrence, Chicago), 1943
11 “The Three Sisters” (Katherine Cornell, Chicago), 1943
12 José Iturbi (Shreveport), 1946
13 “O Mistress Mine” (Alfred Lunt, Lynn Fontaine, Chicago), 1947
14 Marshall Mavericks vs. Byrd High Yellowjackets (Shreveport basketball), December 17, 1948
15 “The Quality Market of Chicago” (Playbill survey report), 1948
16 “Buyer's Guide, International Market Week” (El Paso), 1949
17 “Death of a Salesman” (Thomas Mitchell, Chicago), 1949
18 “Paris a la Mode” (Lou Walters Latin Quarter, New York), 1949
19 “Allegro” (Rogers and Hammerstein, Chicago), 1949
20 Salad Bowl souvenir football program (Phoenix), 1950
21 “Peter Pan” (Jean Arthur, Boris Karloff, Chicago), 1951
22 “The Moon Is Blue” (Murray Hamilton autograph, Chicago), 1951
23-24 “Summer Festival” (Texas Tech variety show) (2 copies), 1953
25-26 “Sing, Whirl, n' Play” (Texas Tech Music Department) (2 copies), 1953
27 “Kismet” (William Johnson, Elaine Malbin), 1955
28 “Cinerama Holiday” (Louis de Rochemont), 1955
29 “Li'l Abner” (Peter Palmer, Stubby Kaye, Julie Newmar), undated
30 Jerry Lewis (RKO Palace Theatre, New York), 1957
31 “Blackouts of 1959” (Ken Murray, Marie Wilson, Los Angeles) (Playgoer), 1959
32 “Blackouts of 1959” (Ken Murray, Marie Wilson, Los Angeles) (souvenir), 1959
33 Democratic National Convention (with transmittal letter from Rep. Thomas G. Morris), 1964
34 “Funny Girl” (Barbara Streisand, New York), July 1965
35 “Cactus Flower” (Hugh O'Brian, Elizabeth Allen, Chicago), November 1967
36 “A Chorus Line” (Michael Bennett, New York), July 1976
37 NCAA Basketball Championship (Albuquerque), 1983
38 “Happy Crazy '84” (Crazy Horse, Paris), 1984
39 Games of the XXIIIrd Olympiad (Los Angeles), 1984
40 “Fifth Annual National Finals” (American Collegiate Talent Showcase, Nashville), September 5, 1986
41 Sandia High School commencement (Albuquerque), June 4, 1987
42 “Play It Again Sam” (Albuquerque Little Theatre), 1989
43 “Phantom of the Opera” (Michael Crawford, Los Angeles), September 1989
44 “Phantom of the Opera” (Robert Guillaume, Los Angeles), June 1990
45 52nd Presidential Inaugural (Bill Clinton), January 1993
46 “Crazy for You” (Los Angeles), July 1993
47 “Sunset Boulevard” (Glenn Close, Los Angeles), April 1994
48 “FanFest '94” (Los Angeles), May 1994
49 “Siegfried and Roy at the Mirage” (Las Vegas), 1994
50 Games of the XXVI Olympiad (Atlanta), August 2, 1996
51 “Starfest '96” (Los Angeles), May 1996
52 “Ragtime” (Toronto), 1997
53 “In Your Face” (Tapia vs. Romero, Las Vegas), July 18, 1997
54 “Mystere” (Cirque du Soleil at Mirage, Las Vegas), 1997
55-56 “Jubilee!” (Bally's, Las Vegas) (2 copies), 1997
57 “Lido revue” (Paris), 1997
58 “Forever Tango” (New York), November 1997
59 “Chicago” (Marilu Henner, Bebe Neuwirth, New York), November 1997
60 “Lord of the Dance” (Michael Flatley), 1998
61-63 “Gary Morris in Concert” (Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque) (3 copies), December 19, 1998
64 “7th Annual Academy Awards Benefit” (Albuquerque), March 21, 1999
65 “Art” (Judd Hirsch, San Francisco), September 1999
66 “An Evening with Bill Cosby” (Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque), November 12, 1999
67 “Swing” (Ann Hampton Callaway, Everett Bradley, New York), December 2000
68 “Contact” (Lincoln Center, New York), 2000
69 “28th Southwest Arts Festival” (Albuquerque), November 2000
70 New Mexico Broadcasters Association convention (Albuquerque), June 8-9, 2000
71-72 “Ballet Theatre of New Mexico” (Albuquerque) (2 copies), 2001
73 Baylor University Law Day (Waco), April 6, 2002
74-75 “The Vagina Monologues” (Eve Ensler, San Francisco) (2 copies), August 2002
76 Opera Southwest/Ballet Repertory Theatre (Albuquerque), 2008
77 Capitol Steps, undated
78 Neil Diamond World Tour, undated
79 “Splash” (Riviera, Las Vegas), undated
80-83 “The Buddy Holly Story” (Cactus Theater, Lubbock) (4 copies), undated
84 “EFX Alive” (Rick Springfield, MGM Grand, Las Vegas), undated
85-86 “Folies Bergere” (U.S. version) (2 copies), undated
87 “Folie Russe” (Loews Monte Carlo, autographed), undated
88 “Folie Russe” (Loews Monte Carlo), undated
89-90 “Hallelujah Hollywood” (MGM Grand, Las Vegas) (2 copies), undated
91 “Hallelujah Hollywood” (MGM Grand, Las Vegas) (Version 2), undated
92 Tom Jones, undated
93 “Jubilee!” (Bally's, Las Vegas), undated
Publications
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10 94 “Mother Goose” (Ethel T. Wolverton for Wheat Flour Institute, 1890s?), undated
95 “A Practical History of Music” (Frederic Morton, Ruebush-Kieffer Company, includes blank vintage Southern Methodist University music department grading form), 1915
96 “Carlsbad's Golden Year of Progress” (Eddy County News supplement), 1939
97 “A Guide Book to Highway 66" (Jack D. Rittenhouse, 1946
98 “The Pan American Highway System” (Pan American Union), 1947
99 “Santa Fe Traveler” (Atcheson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway), 1950
100 “Sore in the Saddle” (M. J. Davis cartoon booklet, Pony-X Press, Albuquerque, 1952
101 “The Capitol in Story and Pictures” (84th Congress, House Document 232), 1955
102 “Hawaii's State Capitol and Government” (Office of the Governor and Legislature), 1977
103 “Zone Atlas” (City of Albuquerque Planning Department), 1977
104 “The Four Seasons of Yosemite” (Yosemite Park and Curry Company), 1978
105 “Brenda Lee: A History of Hits”, 1984
106 “American Encounters” (Smithsonian exhibit brochure), 1992
107 “RSc Foundational Class Student Workbook” (United Church of Religious Science, Los Angeles), 1993
108 “The Words and Music of Buddy Holly: His Songs and Interviews” (Bill Griggs, Rockin' 50s Magazine), 1995
109 “Waylon” (catalog of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter show), undated
Scrapbook Materials
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7 10 Laminated scrapbook items [See also Box 20, Folders 37-38 and Box 32, Folder 3], 1937-1962 and undated
Song Lyrics
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7 11 Lyrics and Copyrights: Echols, 1955-1963
12 Lyrics: Shilo (Charlotte Merrick), 1955-1963
13 Lyrics: James Stanfield, 2004 and undated
Songbooks and Sheet Music
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7 14 Songbook: “Fireside Treasures” (Asher Sizemore, Louisville, Kentucky), 1935
15-16 Songbook: “Hartford's Radio Specials” (Hartford Music Company, Hot Springs, Arkansas) (2 copies), 1944
17 Songbook: “Redeeming Grace” (Hartford Music Company, Hartford, Arkansas), undated
18 Songbook: “The Shining Light” (Hartford Music Company, Hot Springs, Arkansas), 1944
19-20 Songbook: “The Melody Album” (Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Company, Dallas, Texas) (2 copies), undated
21 Stamps-Baxter Album (catalog of groups), 1946
22 “Athena” (Jimmy Seals), 1964
23-24 “He Touched Me” (William J. Gaither--Gaither Music, Alexandria, Indiana) (2 copies), 1963
25-26 “I Know” (Tripp, Burns, Rouse and Mann--Lois Publishing, Nashville, Tennessee) (2 copies), 1971
28 “If the World Would Pray for Peace” (Rhea Mohler, Hal Ramsey--Ramola Music, Dallas, Texas), 1953
29-30 “The King Is Coming” (William J. Gaither--Gaither Music, Alexandria, Indiana) (2 copies), 1970
31-32 “The Lighthouse” (Ronnie Hinson--Journey Music, Madisonville, Kentucky) (2 copies), 1971
33-34 “My Sunny Southern Sweetheart” (Lillian Weishaupt Williams) (2 copies, 1935
35 “One Faded Rose” (Charlie Phillips, Odis Echols, Nita Baggett--Nor Va Jak Music), 1957
36-37 “Put Your Hand in the Hand” (Gene MacLellan--Beechwood Music, Hollywood, California) (2 copies), 1970
38 “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips and Odis Echols--Nor Va Jak Music), 1957
39-40 “There's Something About That Name” (William J. Gaither--Gaither Music, Alexandria, Indiana) (2 copies), 1970
41 “When the Years Have Stolen the Gold from Your Hair” (Thomas Ramsey, Ernest Harvey, Si Culpepper--Stamps-Baxter Music), 1936
42 “My Angel's Love” (typed and hanwritten original) (Leslie Fine, Odis Echols, Virgil Thomas), undated
43 “Second Fiddle” (typed and hanwritten original) (Ann Haggin, Odis Echols), undated
44 “Second Fiddle” (typed and hanwritten original) (Unattributed, marked "Contact: Odis Echols, KCLV"), undated
45 “Timmy” (typed and hanwritten original) (Patsy Bearden, Odis Echols), undated
46 Songwriting: “Sugartime”, 1958-1995
47 Songwriting: “Sugartime” royalty statements, 1973-2001
Speeches and Speech Notes
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7 48 Speech notes: Folder A, 1964-1971 and undated
49 Speech notes: Folder B, undated
50 Speech notes: Folder C, 2003-2005 and undated
51 Speeches: Max Ascoli, “An Editorial Balance Sheet” from The Reporter bi-weekly, 1949-1950
52 Speeches: Gordon McLendon at New Mexico Broadcasters Association, April 8, 1956
53 Speeches: Gilbert Seldes, “The Public Interest” at DuPont Awards, 1963
54 Speeches: U.S. Sen. Joseph M. Montoya at post office opening, Melrose, New Mexico, October 7, 1964
55 Speeches: Gov. Jack M. Campbell, State of the State of New Mexico, January 1, 1965
56 Speeches: John F. Box, Jr. at St. Louis chapter, American Women in Radio and TV, February 16, 1965
57 Speeches: U.S. Rep. Thomas G. Morris to New Mexico Lions Club convention, June 11, 1966
58 Speeches: Odis Ecols Jr., 1966-1973
59 Speeches: U.S. Rep. Joe Waggonner at Kappa Sigma conclave, August 31, 1967
60 Speeches: [Unidentified probation officer] at Kappa Sigma conclave, 1967
61 Speeches: Gen. Lewis Blaine Hershey to New Mexico legislature, February 5, 1969
62 Speeches: Paul Harvey to New Mexico legislature, February 7, 1969
63 Speeches: Leonard DeLayo to town meeting, Roy, New Mexico, February 12, 1969
64 Speeches: Michigan Gov. George W. Romney to NM Constitutional convention, September 5, 1969
65 Speeches: Democratic Party National Convention (Carter, Mondale, McGovern, Rodino, Muskie), July 13-16, 1976
66 Speeches: Eula Mae Madole (Clovis, New Mexico), undated
67 Speeches: Frank Hemingway, ABC News, undated
Travel Documents
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8 1 Hotel and resort brochures, 1962-2000 and undated
2 Tourist attraction brochures, 1964-1994 and undated
3 Postcards, undated
4 Road maps, 1939-1992
5 Madrid, Spain, 1994
Travel: Visitor Guides
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8 6 Arizona, 1950-1955
7 California, 1936-1984
8 Chicago, Illinois, 1938-1952
9 Colorado, 1953-1955
10 Mexico, 1946-1950
11 Minnesota, 1950-1951
12 Miscellaneous (Tulsa, Miami, Williamsburg, Paris, Nassau, Hong Kong), 1950-1998
13 Nevada, 1950-1993
14 New Mexico, 1939-1953
15 Ohio, 1949 and undated
16 Texas, 1948-1955
17 Washington, D. C., 1946 and undated
18 Wisconsin, 1949-1950
Travel Miscellany
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8 19 Tickets, brochures, invoices and ephemera, 1955-2005 and undated
Yearbooks (School)
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9 1 Eastern New Mexico Junior College Silverback (Portales), 1936
2 Hot Springs High School Old Gold Book (Arkansas), 1945
3 Centenary College Yoncopin (Shreveport, Louisiana), 1947
4 C. E. Byrd High School Gusher (Shreveport, Louisiana), 1946
5 C. E. Byrd High School Gusher (Shreveport, Louisiana), 1947
6 C. E. Byrd High School Gusher (Shreveport, Louisiana), 1948
7 Compton College Dar-U-Gar (California), 1949
8 Texas Technological College La Ventana, 1951
9 Texas Technological College La Ventana, 1953
10 Texas Technological College La Ventana, 1954



Artifacts

Musical Instruments
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25 1 Accordion (Purchase receipts are in Scrapbook Materials Box 7, Folder 10.), undated
2 Ukulele, undated
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30 1 Tambourine, undated
Audio-Visual Equipment
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25 3 Edison Phonograph “Gem” Cylinder Player, serial number 343082D, undated
4 8mm film viewer, undated
5 General Motors Transistor Radio, undated
6 Powers No. 6 Cameragraph Serial #14767, undated
7 Stromberg Carlson Telephone, undated
8 General Motors Transistor Radio, undated
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1 20 Turntable adaptor for 45rmp records (BSR in partial box), undated
Awards
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4 Brick from “Old Kappa Sigma House, Theta-Zeta Chapter, Eastern New Mexico University 1962-1997”, undated
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28 1 Basketball trophy: “State AAU, Second, 1916”, undated
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26 1-2 Campaign button: “Echols Lt. Governor” (2 copies), undated
3 Campaign-style button: “Odis Echols, Jr.” Rotary International ID badge, undated
4-5 Desk plate for Senate Majority Whip (2 versions), undated
6 Plaque: wooden “Key to KTHS”, undated
7 Plaque: “Odis 'Pop' Echols Honorary Citizen, Muleshoe, Texas”, July 4, 1961
8 Plaque: “KCLV, Special Award, Ruidoso Downs”, 1961-1962
9 Trophy microphone (Chromed on marble base, engraved “KCLV Odis L Echols 9-26-66”), September 26, 1966
10 Plaque: “Wildcat Booster Club Pres. Odis Echols Jr.”, 1967-1968
11 Plaque: “New Mexico Broadcasters Association, Broadcaster of the Year, Odis 'Pop' Echols KCLV”, 1967-1968
12 Plaque: “For caring about children, thanks, Healthy Learner Bill HB 17, Odis Echols, NMSNA”, April 6, 1993
13 Plaque: “Distinguished Service Award to Odis Echols Jr. by Clovis Junior Chamber of Commerce”, undated
14-15 Railroad spike souvenir (Chromed, engraved “Sen. Odis Echols Jr.”) (2 copies), undated
14-15 Trophy (gag miniature) for KCLV as “World's Greatest Radio Station”, undated
Family Mementos
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26 16 Electric model stock exchange ticker, undated
17 Fragrance set (English Leather sampler), undated
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27 1 China plate, souvenir of Bill Clinton inaugural (Woodmere), 1993
2 China plate, souvenir of Texas Tech campus (Vernon Kilns), undated
3 Checkers set (Partial, wood), undated
4 Checkers set (Partial, polymer), undated
5 Desk Tic-Tac-Toe set (Brass, missing one “X”), undated
6 Lowe poker chips in original box, undated
7 Deep-sea diving helmet model (Brass souvenir), undated
8 Framed photo “Odis receives Outstanding Young Man Award from Gov. Campbell”, undated
9 Initial "E" lapel pin, undated
10 Horseshoe (Ruidoso Downs souvenir, brass on printed plastic), undated
11 ID bracelet (Rope-style chain, engraved “Odis Echols” with “Pat” on the obverse), undated
12 Lady's wrist watch (Benrus 698483), undated
13 Lady's wrist watch (Marchand), undated
14 Letter opener samuri sword, souvenir of Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, undated
15 Metal printers block (4x7 inches) for sheet music of song “When the Battles Are Over”, undated
16 Money clip in shape of dollar sign (Brass, engraved “O.L.E.”), undated
17 New Mexico state flag lapel pin, undated
18 Paperweight (Copper-plated pot metal by Alice Ames, Boston, Massachusetts), undated
19 Pistol (Miniature, pot metal souvenir with mailing tag from Tommy Sands to Pop Echols, signed “I love you, Tom”), 1947
20 Rolls razor from England in chrome case with original box (torn), undated
21 Sheaffers fountain pen desk model with green onyx base engraved “Pop Echols”, undated
22 Tie clasp (Brass, set with three red baguettes), undated
23 Watch chain (Brass, snake-style links with Rotary International fob),undated
24 Walnut smoking pipe with die-stamped silver horse racing theme, undated
25 Zippo desk lighter (Brass, engraved “Odis L. Echols, Jr.”) (2 copies), undated
26 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “One Faded Rose” by Charlie Phillps, undated
27 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “Sugartime” by Charlie Phillps, undated
28 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “Be My Bride” by Charlie Phillps, undated
29 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “Shir-Lee” by Don Guess, undated
30 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “Spark Plug” by Four Teens, undated
31 Framed 45-rpm 7-inch record of “Sugartime” by McGuire Sisters, undated
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28 2 KCLV Rangers box with handle, undated
3 Holy Bible and Concordance (Henry S. Goodspeed, New York), 1877
Costumes and Fabrics
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29 1 Bowler hat, undated
2 Chef's toque (Melody Boys costume), undated
3 Chinese-style jacket (red silk), undated
4-5 Wig: Black-face (2), undated
6 Wig: Tobey, undated
7 Baby onesie, white with blue trim and hand embroidery, undated
8 Bandana, blue with white cowboy motif, undated
9 Baseball uniform, gray with blue and gold piping, undated
10 Basketball jersey, blue with white number 3, undated
11 Basketball-letter cardigan with letter "S" (purple and gold), undated
12 Cloth bag, undated
13 Composite wallet, undated
14 Crochet work by Alma Echols, Odis' grandmother, undated
15 Crocheted scarf, white, undated
16 Laundry bag, white, embroidered "Richard Kyrlach", undated
17 Needlepoint, Christmas-themed with angels and cactus (8x10 inches), undated
18 Placemat, blue and red plaid, undated
19 Sachet bag, yellow, undated
20 Shoe cloth, hotel white, undated
21 Shoe cloth, brown, monogramed "LV", undated
22 Silk scarf, teal with gold and pink floral motif, undated
23 Southern Methodist University T-shirt, undated
24 Suede matching Western vest and chaps, undated
25 T-shirt, yellow "Mardi Gras Magic 1986", undated
26 Two-piece jester suit (small, black and gold), undated
27 Vinyl sample, blue, undated
28 Vinyl sample, yellow, undated
29 Child's double-breasted white linen jacket with Bruce Creation label, undated
30 Child's white satin bolero jacket with three nacre buttons, undated
31 Child's pleated-front cotton dickie (stained) with two rhinestone studs, undated
32 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols Sugartime 1961 Ruidoso Downs", 1961
33 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols KCLV Special Award 1962 Ruidoso Down, 1962
34 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols Purse 1964 Ruidoso Downs", 1964
35 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols Purse 1965 Ruidoso Downs", 1965
36 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols KCLV Radio Ruidoso Downs", 1966
37 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols Ruidoso Downs", 1968
38 Horse blanket (wool, satin with moth damage): "Odis Echols KCLV Special Award 1969 Ruidoso Downs", 1969



Oversized Materials

Awards and Citations
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30 1 Folder containing Jr.'s birth certificate and baby books, 1930-1935
2 New Mexico Aide-de-Camp citation for Jr. from Mack Easley as acting governor, July 21, 1966
3 Certification of Jr.'s election as State Senator, District 14, November 23, 1966
4 Citation for Eminent Service to Jr. by New Mexico Lieutenant Governor, March 14, 1967
5 Citation as Hidalgo de Calificada Nobleza to Jr. by New Mexico Secretary of State, March 16, 1967
6 U.S. Army scroll presented to KCLV for support of recruiting, June 3, 1968
7 New Mexico Aide-de-Camp citation for Jr. from Governor Bruce King, April 26, 1971
8 New Mexico Aide-de-Camp citation for Jr. from Governor Bruce King, June 23, 1971
9 Citation as Juez Comisionado to Jr. by New Mexico Lieutenant Governor, May 19, 1975
10 New Mexico Aide-de-Camp citation for Jr. from Governor Jerry Apodaca, January 13, 1977
11 Certificate of appointment to State Fair Commission for Jr. from Governor Toney Anaya, April 6, 1983
12 New Mexico Aide-de-Camp citation for Jr. from Governor Toney Anaya, August 7, 1986
13 Color photocopy of poster for FanFest '94, Los Angeles County Fair, 1994
Restaurant Menus
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30 14-62 Menus from notable restaurants in New York, Los Angele, Paris, Rome and other destinations, undated
Family Mementos 1
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31 1 Teachers Temporary Certificate from Texas Department of Education for Grace Echols, August 7, 1925
2 Poster for Echols Normal School of Music in Abilene, Texas (2 copies, both torn), 1937
3 Scrapbook sheets on Pop's profession and Jr.'s childhood, 1936-1937
4 Original and color photocopies of Louisville Courier article on WHAS Melody Boys, October 1939
5 Hot Springs, Arkansas, Junior High School Diploma for Jr., January 19, 1945
6 "How to Play Winning Basketball" booklet by Adolph Rupp (Quaker Oats promotional, glued to scrapbook sheet), undated
7 "Basketball for Coaches and Players" booklet cover (Keds Sports Department, United States Rubber Company, torn), undated
8 Receipts for Jr.'s accordion from B. E. Adair Music Company of Lubbock, Texas, 1950-1951
9 Lackland Air Force Base Squadron 3703 Flight 1437 portrait montage, June 1951
10 Photograph of Pop, Grace and Jr. outside house, undated
11 Tear-sheets from unidentified French gravure photo magazine, undated
12 Spiral-bound lithographs of John F. Kennedy [broken plastic binder], undated
13 Propaganda poster comparing U.S. and Russian economic systems, 1960s
14 Brochure promoting stadium development at Eastern New Mexico University, November 1964
15 "Truth of Truths" religious rock opera lyrics booklet (Ernie Freeman, Ray Ruff), 1971
16 Photocopy of Elvis Presley in dressing room, undated
17-21 Photocopies of unidentified models and brochure for Chateau Frontenac, undated
22 Color photocopies of Jr. and various celebrities, November 30, 2001
23-37 Menus from notable restaurants in New York, New Orleans, Monaco and other destinations, undated
38 Program for "Bal du Moulin Rouge" with Suzanne Somers at Las Vegas Hilto, undated
39 Genealogical chart on Echols family name history, December 12, 2003
40 Framed gold record for "Sugartime" with inscription: Odis "Pop" Echols, Thanks a million. Make that two. Justin Bradshaw,, undated
Family Mementos 2
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32 1 Enloe (Texas) High School diploma for Grace Lee Traweek, 1922
2 Mary Lee Garrett: oil portrait of a man, 1958
3 [???] Maxwell: Pastel of female figure, March 27, 1958
4-7 New Mexico legislature photocollage (4 copies), undated
8 Poster: Odis Echols presents: A Chorus Line (2 copies), 1988
9 University of New Mexico vs. Brigham Young University game at sold-out stadium: Photo with plaque "Odis Echols UNM Kickoff Committee", September 4, 1993



Audio Visual Materials [AV numbers denote digitized material.]

Edison audio cylinders [Re-sleeved in archival containers]
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33 1 Albert Benzler (Gold Moulded Records 9044): "Down in Blossom Row" Medley (xylophone solo with orchestra), 1905
2 Maurice Burkhart (Blue Amberol 1535): "Music Vot's Music Must Come from Berlin" (Grace LeBoy, character song in German dialect with orchestra), 1912
3 Albert H. Campbell and Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr] (Blue Amberol 2410): "By the Dear Old River Rhine" (tenor duet with orchestra), 1914
4 Helen Clark and Emory B. Randolph (Blue Amberol Record 2332): "On the Banks of Lovelight Bay" (W.R. Williams, contralto-tenor duet with orchestra, 1914
5 Edward M. Favor (Record 10243): "Sadie Salome" (Leslie and Berlin, comic male vocal with orchestra) [Empty cannister, no cylinder], 1909
6 Irving Gillette [i.e. Henry Burr] (Blue Amberol 1838): "All on Account of You" (Alfred Solman, tenor solo with orchestra), 1914
7 Knickerbocker Quartet and Elizabeth Spencer (Blue Amberol 1838): "I Love You, California", 1913
8 Frank W. McKee and National Promenade Band (Blue Amberol Record 2545): "Waltz Hesitation", 1915
9 Leopold Moeslein (Gold Moulded Record 9293): "Sailor’s Hornpipe" (violin solo with orchestral accompaniment) [Empty cannister, no cylinder], 1906
10 Alexander Prince (Gold Moulded Records #10200 “Scotch Reels" (concertina solo with piano accompaniment) [Empty cannister, no cylinder], 1909
11 Cal Stewart (Record 10070): "Jim Lawson’s Horse Trade" (comic monologue) [Broken cylinder], 1909
12 (Record 9586): "Because I'm Married Now" [Broken cylinder in mis-matched cannister], undated
Edison cylinder cannisters
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34 Original cannisters boxed separately from cylinders, 1919
Audio tape cassettes
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35 1 Hawaii [AV006-1328], undated
2 Frank Stamps All-Star Quartet (Odis Echols, Dwight M. Brock, Palmer Wheeler, Roy Wheeler) [AV006-1329], April 11, 1973 [?]
3-inch reel-to-reel tapes
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35 3 Paul Harvey / Bovina snake [AV006-1211], 1965
4 Paul Harvey in Clovis [AV006-1214], October 20, 1965
5 Danny one year old [AV006-1233], 1969
6 Danny Echols Age 2 years / Business Bad / Hot Pants [AV006-1225], February 14, 1970
7 Danny Echols [AV006-1231], September 9, 1970
8 Danny Echols [AV006-1216], September 10, 1970
9 Danny Echols Trick or Treat [AV006-1232], November 1, 1970
10 Dec. 25 Xmas Joy / Danny / Gaga lullaby [AV006-1219], 1970
11 2 years old Danny [AV006-1220], 1970-1971
12 Laughing / Danny [AV006-1222], January 17, 1971
13 Echols Reunion ‘71 Oklahoma [AV006-1076], August 8, 1971
14 Echols Reunion ‘71 Oklahoma [AV006-1078], August 8, 1971
15 Danny 3 years old [AV006-1223], 1971
16 KCLV: Paul Harvey [AV006-1224], October 27, 1971
17 New Mexico State Fair / Danny and Papa /48th anniversary [AV006-1218], 1971
18 Pop and Danny Third Birthday [AV006-1217], November 11, 1971
19 Danny / “That's Him”, “Lights of Home” [AV006-1221], November 16, 1971
20 “Miss Muffet” “Humpty Dumpty” [AV006-1227], November 16, 1971
21 Danny Echols Dec. 1971 Xmas Time [AV006-1230], December 1971
22 Danny Echols in office [AV006-1212], December 1971-January 1972
23 Danny Echols [AV006-1226], February 20, 1972
24 Danny Echols [AV006-1229], August 24-September 1972
25 Xmas Day [AV006-1213], 1972
26 Danny for Xmas [AV006-1228], 1972
27 “Not Sunshine” [AV006-1075], undated
28 “Tom Cat” [AV006-1077], undated
29 Emmett Brook: “Tom Cat Song” [AV006-1079], undated
30 [Unlabeled] Scotch Recording Tape 200-1/4-300-LL [AV006-1086], undated
31 Paul Harvey Ban Record [AV006-1215], undated
32 Paul Harvey Pres Interview [AV006-1234], undated
4-inch reel-to-reel tapes
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36 1 KCLV Jingles [AV006-1194], January 1960
2 Paul Harvey Noon News 5-minute bit on Clovis [AV006-1235], November 15, 1963
3 Paul Harvey on death of John F. Kennedy / Pop Echols [AV006-1204], November 27, 1963
4 “A Special Place” [AV006-1072], undated
5 “Tom Cat” [AV006-1073], undated
6 “Timmy”, sung by Ralna [English] [AV006-1074], undated
7 Curtis Circulation Company, The Saturday Evening Post [AV006-1074], undated
8 “Honey Bee”–Odis Echols KCLV Clovis, NM [AV006-1081], undated
9 Futursonic Productions: Econo Pak (Wakeup/Car and home openers [AV006-1099]), undated
10 Pepper Sound Studios: Station Builder Series Audition [AV006-1100], undated
11 Paul Harvey ABC / Green Hair / Trish / KCLV Boys [AV006-1193], undated
12 KCLV Vocal [AV006-1195], undated
13 Pop solo: “When God Dips His Love in My Heart” (2 cuts) [AV006-1196], undated
14 Odis Jr.'s Vocational School Bill Passed [AV006-1197], undated
15 “Dixie” [AV006-1198], undated
16 KCLV: “16 Tons” [AV006-1199], undated
17 “Lullaby of Broadway” [AV006-1200], undated
18 “Rambling Wreck” [AV006-1201], undated
19 John Adams: “Little Miss Lonely” / “Chapel Bells”; “Never on Sunday” [AV006-1202], undated
20 Spot ads / Tara’s Theme “Gone with the Wind” [AV006-1203], undated
21 “Eyes of Texas” and “Yellow Rose of Texas” [AV006-1205], undated
22 Danny / Paul Harvey ABC Green Hair Boys KCLV [AV006-1206], undated
5-inch reel-to-reel tapes
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37 1 Odis Jr. first broadcast / Everlay Feeds, Economy Mills [AV006-1181], September 9, 1952
2 Odis Jr. and Commodores [AV006-1142], February 18, 1957
3 KCLV Pace Maker promos [AV006-1185], June 1960
4 LaQueta Freeman, Muleshoe, Texas, Audition tape [AV006-1137], 1960
5 Paul Harvey for Odis Jr. State Senator campaign [AV006-1179], May 6, 1966
6 KCLV: Jimmy Stewart and Henry Fonda interviews [AV006-1190], 1969
7 The Desert Inn, Las Vegas, Life of Odis "Pop" Echols [AV006-1182], December 15, 1969
8 [No case] Las Vegas Show, Roberta Sherwood, Pop 46 years [AV006-1265], December 15, 1969
9 Paul Harvey--About Father [AV006-1186], 1971
10 KCLV Sold [AV006-1189], June 1, 1971
11 KDEF Albuquerque: Paul Harvey–Positive for Odis Echols [AV006-1192], January 8, 1974
12 J. D. Summers, James Blackwood Promos / Pop Gospel show promo [AV006-1188], 1972
13 Paul Harvey dub [AV006-1191], January 8, 1974
14 "Mardi Gras" / "Bill Cosby" Voice Tracks [AV006-1143], April 29, 1986
15 Budweiser Hispanic promotion [AV006-1062], April 25, 1991
16 Demo from Commercial Recording Corporation via air mail [AV006-1101], undated
17 [No case, originally inventoried as Paul Harvey PAL ABC TV, April 8, 1974] [AV006-1124], undated
18 Formatic KCLV Jingles J-1 thru J-10 [AV006-1126], undated
19 Formatic KCLV Custom News/Weather/Sports Openers and Closers [AV006-1127], undated
20 Formatic KCLV Custom Call Letters “Freckle Face” [AV006-1128], undated
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38 1 Formatic KCLV – Untitled Con-Cal 1 [AV006-1129], undated
2 Formatic KCLV Series 2 Jingles 1 thru 5 [AV006-1130], undated
3 Formatic KCLV FR Jingles [AV006-1131], undated
4 Formatic KCLV Friendly Neighborhood Off-Stage Voice [AV006-1132], undated
5 Formatic KCLV Custom Call Letters / “Miss Merrimac” [AV006-1133], undated
6 Formatic KCLV “Hard Heads” / “Boisterous Boys” [AV006-1134], undated
7 Jimmy Wakely KCLV [AV006-1135], undated
8 Jack Ford [tape damaged] [AV006-1136], undated
9 “The Big Sound” TAM-2 [AV006-1138], undated
10 Unit #2 Fri [Box says: “Floyd Roberson”, “Honey Bee”, “Sing On”, “Get Behind Me Satan”] [AV006-1139], undated
11 Pat Echols [AV006-1140], undated
12 JJ and James / KCLV [AV006-1141], undated
13 Noel Coward Opening [AV006-1180], undated
14 Quality Jingle Company of Fort Worth, Texas [AV006-1183], undated
15 Chill Wills “Interview and Break”, station breaks (Johnny Cash, Sonny James, Roy Orbison) [AV006-1184], undated
16 Byron Griffith – Band Tracks: “Teenage Dreams”, “For Every Boy”, “Athena”, “Stranger in Town”, “Do I Worry”, “A Lock of Golden Hair” [AV006-1187], undated
7-inch reel-to-reel tapes
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39 1 Pop and Jr. singing [AV006-1172], 1947-1973
2 “The Otis Echols Show” [AV006-1244], January 7, 1952
3 Golden Gate Quartet at SCBS Show [AV006-1167], November 22, 1952
4 Golden Gate Quartet, Texas Tech basketball game [AV006-1268], 1953
5 Golden Gate Quartet at SCBS Show, Jr. on KTTC Texas Tech radio [AV006-1266], 1953
6 Kiddie Show at State Theatre, Clovis (Little Joe Crowder, Hattie Young) [AV006-1169], 1953
7 KCLV All-Night with Jimmy Wakely and Imperial Quartet / Breakfast Club [AV006-1163], February 5, 1954
8 KCLV All-Night with Echols Brothers and Bert Reynold, Slim Willett, Imperial Quartet [AV006-1241], February 5, 1954
9 Texas Tech graduation ceremony, Jones Stadium [AV006-1264], May 1954
10 Eddie Fisher: Academy Award Songs 1934-1951 [AV006-1173], 1955
11 Horace and Coy Echols and Stamps Quartet [AV006-1238], 1955
12 Pop Echols Banquet, Silver Grill Sky Room, Clovis, with Horace and Coy Echols and Stamps Quartet [AV006-1270], December 15, 1955
13 KCLV Breakfast Club Third Anniversary [AV006-1178], 1956
14 KCLV Breakfast Club with U.S. Senator Clinton P. Anderson (D-NM) [AV006-1250], September 1, 1956
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40 1 Pop: “Old Man River” / Breakfast Club / Gail Spitz / Ernie Thrasher [AV006-1149], December 1956
2 O Jr. and Godfrey [AV006-1161], February 1957
3 Commodores Godfrey [AV006-1170], February 1957
4 Commodores Godfrey [AV006-1272], February 1957
5 Breakfast Club and Commodores [AV006-1208], March 2, 1957
6 Ralph Edwards: This Is Your Life with Pop Echols and Tommy Sands [AV006-1165], April 10,1957
7 Commodores: “I’ll Be There”, “Faith”, “Falling Star” [AV006-1209], 1957
8 “Sugartime” #1 Hit Parade [AV006-1207], March 15, 1958
9 “Sugartime” #1 Hit Parade [AV006-1271], March 22, 1958
10 “Sugartime” #1 Hit Parade [AV006-1240], August 13, 1958
11 Ronald Reagan interview [AV006-1146], May 12, 1961
12 Breakfast Club during Broadcasters Convention [AV006-1171], August 11, 1962
13 Jr. speaking at the Clovis Lions Club and Chanber of Commerce [AV006-1263], November 5, 1963
14 Clovis Chamber of Commerce banquet with Chester Lauk (Lum of Lum 'n Abner) [AV006-1269], November 15, 1962
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41 1 Paul Harvey speech, Clovis, New Mexico [AV006-1239], November 14, 1963
2 Paul Harvey speech, Clovis, New Mexico [AV006-1243], November 14, 1963
3 Paul Harvey: All the pretty girls in Clovis [AV006-1245], November 14, 1963
4 Final KCLV Breakfast Club [AV006-1166], December 21, 1963
5 Pop singing school booster song / Jr. singing “Silent Night” and “White Christmas” / Pop and Danny talking [AV006-1154], 1963-1973
6 Dave Cottle: “Athena” master [AV006-1158], August 4, 1964
7 Judy Baldwin, Miss New Mexico USA, on CBS-TV at Miami Beach [AV006-1168], June 4, 1965
8 Tonight: Louis Nizer [AV006-1176], December 21, 1967
9 The Coachmen: “Athena” /“Young Land” (Jr. producer, Craig A. Smith, engineer) [AV006-1145], September 11, 1968
10 Odis L. Echols Life History, 1927-1968, Ray Carnay narrator [AV006-1157], 1968
11 All-Time Middleweight Tournament / Grace Echols / Dr. Ed Hamilton on KCLV [AV006-1061], May 20, 1971
12 Gospel Music Spectacular, Clovis, New Mexico (J. D. Sumner and Doy Ott emcees) [AV006-1260], July 8, 1972
13 Gospel Music Spectacular, Clovis, New Mexico [AV006-1261], July 8, 1972
14 Compilation: Charlie Philips: “Sugartime” and “One Faded Rose” / Johnny Cash: “Sugartime” / Kitty Wells: “Sugartime” / Belgian group: “Sugartime” / Don Guess: “Shirlee” / Four Teens: “Go Little Go Cat” / Road Runners: “Dead Man” / Brooks Anderson: “Tribes” / Tommy Sands: “Don't Drop It” / Bill Lask interview with Audie Murphy / Pop addressing Clovis High School seniors / Paul Harvey: “What Is a Father?” / Promos for the Gospel Music Spectacular / Ben Noe announcing sale of KCLV / Paul Harvey: “The Green-Haired Boys at KCLV” [AV006-1262], March 22, 1973
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42 1 A: Blackwood Brothers Quartet / Governor Bruce King and Pop Echols presentation / Singing Speers; B: Brooks Singers / Blackwoods [AV006-1267], July 7, 1973
2 KCLV Fifteenth Anniversary show, Roy Carnay narrator [AV006-1159], 1973
3 KZIA: Odis Echols for Governor campaign material [AV006-1164], June 4, 1974
4 Arthur Godfrey telegram / Commodores [AV006-1087], undated
5 KCLV: Ralph Edwards interview [AV006-1088], undated
6 Commodores [AV006-1089], undated
7 INM Productions (Boise, Idaho): KCLV station promos [AV006-1091], undated
8 KCLV weather, Space Age News and jingle, Bob Scott show promo [AV006-1094], undated
9 10 Breaks, 2 Safety, 6 DJ Promos [AV006-1095], undated
10 Unmarked [AV006-1096], undated
11 Unmarked [AV006-1097], undated
12 David Cottle: “I Wonder What I'll Dream About Tonight” / “Athena” [AV006-1098], undated
13 National Monitor Service air check: WIST Charlotte, WTIX New Orleans [AV006-1105], April 14, 1959
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43 1 National Monitor Service air check: WDGY Minneapolis, WABR Orlando [AV006-1104], May 13, 1959
2 National Monitor Service air check: KIHO, Sioux Falls, South Dakota [AV006-1103], March 27, 1959
3 National Monitor Service air check: WTRY, WINZ, WGBS, WAVZ New Haven [AV006-1102], undated
4 National Monitor Service air check: WONE Dayton, Ohio [AV006-1106], undated
5 Steven Son’s [AV006-1107], undated
6 Aiuroy Cullins #1 [AV006-1108], undated
7 Tommy Sands, Clovis interview [AV006-1109], undated
8 Haygy Hay Pigskin Preview [AV006-1110], undated
9 Feed T. Rinry [?] / Ribs TV Singlr [AV006-1111], undated
10 Ann ????: “Second Fiddle” first cut [AV006-1125], undated
11 Marked: “Clean” [AV006-1147], undated
12 KFWB [AV006-1148], undated
13 Jr. Newscaster / President Eisenhower / KCLV Breakfast Club [AV006-1150], undated
14 Eddie Arnold / Tex Ritter interview and breaks / Johnny Horton break [AV006-1151], undated
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44 1 “Stranger in Town”, “A Lock of Golden Hair”, “Every Boy”, “Do I Worry” [AV006-1152], undated
2 Bryon Griffith: “Athena”, “Stranger in Town”, “A Lock of Golden Hair”, “Teenage Dreams”, “Athena”, “Do I Worry” [AV006-1153], undated
3 Jay Drennan / Bob Wills / Ray Price [AV006-1155], undated
4 LBS Theme / Imperials: “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot”, Jordanaires: “Oh, What a Savior”, Rangers: “There Is a Song”, Blackwood Brothers: “He Bought My Soul”, S. Ozark: “Rock o' My Soul”, Melody Boys: “When God Dips His Love in My Heart”, Statesmen: “Wait 'Till You See Me in My New Home”, Gospelaires: “Lead Me Gently Home”, Jordanaires: “Roll On, Jordan”, Pop: “Give the World a Smile” [AV006-1156], undated
5 Breakfast Club [AV006-1160], undated
6 KCLV Breakfast Club: Lord's Prayer with Pop and Jr. [AV006-1162], undated
7 Empty box, Marked: “Kappa Sigma Album” [AV006-1174], undated
8 Blackwood Brothers Quartet for Odis Echols / KLEA [AV006-1175], undated
9 UFO Levelland / Breakfast Club Jr. emcee / Bill Pickering [AV006-1177], undated
10 Marked: “Leftover Blank Tape” [AV006-1210], undated
11 Eisenhower speech (Clovis? Lubbock?, Marked with Jr. Lubbock address) [AV006-1242], undated
12 Lawrence Welk: “Music on Deck” A from Armed Forces Radio (Marked: “Sugartime”) [AV006-1249], undated
7-inch reel-to-reel tapes from radio syndication services
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44 13 UPI Audio Services: “1960 Review” [AV006-1092], December, 1960
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45 1 UPI Audio Services: “1961 Review” [AV006-1093], December, 1961
2 Stars International: Formatic Radio CON-CAL [AV006-1246], November 1962
3 Stars International: Formatic Radio OA August #2 [AV006-1247], undated
4 Stars International: Formatic Radio CON-CAL 2 [AV006-1248], undated
5 Stars International: Formatic Radio OAC NOV 1961 Reel 2 [AV006-1251], November 1961
6 Stars International: Formatic Radio #1 OA-AUG [AV006-1252], undated
7 Stars International: Formatic Radio OAC SEPT-1 [AV006-1253], undated
8 Stars International: Formatic Radio 1961 Reel 1 [AV006-1254], 1961
9 Stars International: Formatic Radio OA Reel 1 [AV006-1255], October 1961
10 Stars International: The Big Sound X-6A (Fourth of July) [AV006-1256], undated
11 Stars International: The Big Sound 9-60 [AV006-1257], November 1960
12 Stars International: The Big Sound D and T 1 [AV006-1258], undated
13 Stars International: The Big Sound D and T 2 [AV006-1259], undated
10-inch reel-to-reel tapes
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46 1 15-year “Shower of Stars” KCLV history [Ray Carnay, narrator; Craig Allen Smith, engineer; Dave Emmons, editing, aired at 11:45 AM] [Box marked “Tull Misc. #11”] [AV006-1065], October 12, 1968
2 Don McNeill’s last “Breakfast Club”/ Splashdown of Apollo 8 on ABC Radio Network [Box marked “Knight Strings”] [AV006-1064], December 27, 1968
3 1968 Year End Report [AV006-1071], 1968
4 1969 Year End New Report–D.L. Emmons [Box also marked “Tull Misc. #10”] [AV006-1063], 1969
5 Funeral of Grace Echols [AV006-1060], May 21, 1971
6 Commodores / KCLV Breaks 2 / Opening of Old KCLV-Radio Center [AV006-1059], undated
7 Country Music [AV006-1066], undated
8 Marked: “Tull Big Band and Male Vocal #2” [Empty reel] [AV006-1067], undated
9 Marked: “Tull Misc. #11, Mostly Vocal" [Box marked “Knight Group Vocal #5”] [AV006-1068], undated
10 Partial Tape Misc., #14 [Box marked “Tull Misc. #9”] [AV006-1069], undated
11 [Unlabeled] [AV006-1070], undated
12 [Unlabeled] Scotch Magnetic Tape Dynarange Series, undated
13 [Unlabeled] Soundcraft Magnetic Recording Tape, undated
8-track audio tape cassettest
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48 1 Dan Reeves / Blind Story [AV006-1113], undated
2 “Barbra Streisand’s Greatest Hits” [AV006-1114], undated
3 “The Legendary Magic of Elvis Presley” [AV006-1115], undated
4 Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass: “Whipped Cream and Other Delights” [AV006-1116], undated
5 Glen Campbell: “Rhinestone Cowboy” [AV006-1117], undated
6 “Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits” [AV006-1118], undated
7 “The Fabulous Years: 50 Fabulous Hits of the Fabulous 50s” [AV006-1119], undated
8 “10 Fabulous Love Songs / 10 Fabulous Golden Hits” [AV006-1120], undated
9 “Oldsmobile Complimentary Tape Cartridge” [AV006-1121], undated
10 Linda Ronstadt: “Greatest Hits” [AV006-1122], undated
11 Henry Mancini: “Mancini’s Top Hits” [AV006-1123], undated
A/VFormat
Compact disc (CD Audio)
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37 1 Jackson's Men Concert: Kappa Sigma's Conclave 2005 [AV006-1144], undated
2 Odis Jr. cover art (no disc) [No AV number], undated
7-inch 33-1/3 rpm records
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56 75 Boudleaux Bryant (Monument MSP-007) B9Q-1023: “Wake Up Little Susie”, “Hey Joe”, “Mexico” / B9Q-1024: “Poor Jenny”, “Bird Dog”, “Let's Think About Living” (all Acuff-Rose), undated
76 Bob Moore (Monument MSP-008) B9Q-1025: “Mexico” (Bryant--Acuff-Rose), “La Paloma” (Yradier--Public domain), “Nuevo Laredo” (Hicks-Moore--Trinity) / B9Q-1026: “El Picador” (Bryant--Acuff-Rose), “Ninita Linda” (Moore--Combine), “Blue Tango” (Anderson-Parish--Mills), undated
77 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie radio show (Debco), undated
78 Rudy Vallee, The Funny Side of Rudy Vallee (Jubilee JG EP 2051), undated
8-inch 33-1/3 rpm Radio syndication discs
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49 1 The Ambassadors (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 34A: “Wonderful One” (Whiteman, Grofe and Terriss--Feist) / “Button Up Your Overcoat” (DeSylva, Brown and Henderson--Crawford) / “I Love You (Je T'Aime)” (Combis, Thompson and Archer--Feist); DL 34B: “Among My Souvenirs” (Leslie and Nicholls--Crawford) / “Rackety-Coo” (Harbach and Friml--G. Schirmer) / “Alabamy Bound” (DeSylva, Green and Henderson--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
2 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 133A: “Ray Anthony Medley Number 1” (Chappell) / “String of Pearls” (DeLange and Gray--Mutual); DL 133B: “Way Down Yonder in New Orleans” (Creamer and Layton--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Spaghetti Rag” (Lyons, Yosco and Rogers--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
3 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 134A: “Ray Anthony Medley Number 1” (Peer) / “Wedding Samba” (Ellstein, Small and Liebowitz--Duchess); DL 134B: “Similau” (Coleman and Clar--Campbell) / “La Paloma (The Dove)” (Yradier) (2 copies), undated
4-5 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 154A: “Stella by Starlight” (Washington and Young--Famous) / “Serenade in Blue” (Gordon and Warren--BVC); “Ray Anthony Medley Number 1” (Mills-Bourne--Santly-Joy) (2 copies), undated
6 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 205A: “Slider” (Wise, Raeburn and Temple-Regent) / “Lackawanna Local” (Ray Anthony-Anthony); DL 205B: “Skip to My Lou” (American Folk-Anthony) / “Dixie” (Emmett-Anthony), undated
7-8 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 238A: “I'll See You in My Dreams” (Kahn and Jones-Feist) / “In the Mood” (Razaf and Garland-Shapiro-Bernstein): DL 238B: “Sophisticated Swing” (Hudson and Parish-Mills) / “Carioca” (Kahn, Eliscu and Youmans-T.B. Harms) (2 copies), undated
9-10 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 245A: “Anthony and Cleo” (Ray Anthony--Anthony) / “Let's Dance” (Stone, Bonime and Baldridge--E.B. Marks); DL 245B: “Oh Moon!” (Jaye, Pace and Anthony--Anthony) / “Dixie Doodle” (Bergner, Levine and Demerest) (2 copies), undated
11 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs ): DL 337A: “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue” (Rodgers and Hart); DL 337B: “Tenderly” (Walter Gross--Morris) / “Harlem Nocturne” (Hagen--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
12 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs ): DL 356A: “My Reverie” (Debussy, Clinton--Robbins) / “Sophisticated Lady” (Ellington, Mills and Parish--Mills); DL 356B: “Smoke Rings” (Washington and Gifford--Mills) / “True Blue Lou” (Robbin, Coslow and Whiting--Famous), undated
13 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 374A: “Benson's Boogie” (Williams and Anthony--Anthony) / “Mr. Anthony's Mambo” (Williams and Anthony--Anthony); DL 374B: “House Party Hop” (Williams and Anthony--Anthony) / “Busman's Holiday” (Williams and Anthony--Anthony), undated
14 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 375A: “For Dancers Only” (Sy Oliver--Leeds) / “Perdido” (Lenk, Drake and Tizol--Tempo); DL 375B: “The Honeydripper” (Joe Liggins--Northern) / “These Foolish Things Remind Me of You” (Marvell, Strachey and Link--Bourne), undated
15 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 29A: “Bunny Hop” (Anthony and Auletti--Moonlight) / “Sherman Oaks” (Reynolds and Anthony--Moonlight); DLx 29B: “Campus Rumpus” (Anthony and Williams--Moonlight) / “Thunderbird” (Anthony and Williams--Moonlight), undated
16 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 38A: “Sleepy Lagoon” (Lawrence and Coates--Chappell) / “Sleepy Time Gal” (Alden, Egan, Lorenzo and Whiting--Feist); DLx 38B: “Christopher Columbus” (Berry and Razof--Mayfair) / “Mr. Ghost Goes to Town” (Mills, Parish and Hudson--American Academy of Music), undated
17-18 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 66A: “Amor” (Gabriel Ruiz--Peer) / “The Man on the Beat” (Leo Anthony and Don Simpson--Moonlight) (Lang-Worth Feature Programs ); DLx 66B: “Randle's Island” (Anthony and Williams--Moonlight) / “Midnight Alley” (Anthony and Williams-Moonlight) (2 copies), undated
19 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 67A: “Dragnet” (Walter Schumann--Alamo) / “Sound Off” (Willie Duckworth-Shapiro--Bernstein); DLx 67B: “Saddle Shoe Shuffle” (Anthony and Williams--Moonlight) / “Fanfare Boogie” (Anthony and Williams--Moonlight), undated
20 Ray Anthony (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 114A and MP 114B: Announcements and applause for “Rhythm Rendezvous”, undated
21 Frankie Carle (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 40A: “Missouri Waltz” (Shannon and Logan--Forster) / “Down by the Old Mill Stream” (Tell Taylor--Forster-Vogel) / “Make Believe” (Hammerstein and Kern--T.B. Harms); DL 40B: “Honeysuckle Rose” (Waller and Razaf--Santly-Joy) / “Alligator Crawl” (Waller, Razaf and Davis--Mayfair), undated
22 Frankie Carle (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 43A: “There Must Be a Way” (Gallop, Saxon and Cook--Stevens) / “I Look at Heaven (When I Look at You)” (Grieg, Worth, Austin and Martin--Music World); DL 43B: “White Roses” (Pearl, Berman and Trace--Wemar) / “Twilight Time” (Ram, Nevins and Dunn--Porgie), undated
23 Frankie Carle (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 118A: “Roses of Picardy” (Weatherly and Wood--Chappell) / “Manhattan Serenade” (Adamson and Alter--Robbins); DL 118B: “I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl that Married Dear Old Dad” (Dillon and VonTilzer--VonTilzer) / “San Fernando Valley” (Gordon Jenkins--Mayfair) / “Alabamy Bound” (DeSylva, Henderson and Green--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
24 Frankie Carle (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 327A: “Whistler's Mother-in-Law” (Wagner and Stevens--Peer) / “Tiempo Sera Testigo (Time Will Tell)” (E. Durate--Peer); DL 327B: “The Peanut Vendor (El Manisero)” (Simons, Sunshine and Gilbert--E.B. Marks) / “Adantino in D-Flat” (Lemare), undated
25 Russ Case Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs: PC 72A: “Haunted Heart” (Dietz and Schwartz--Chappell) / “As Years Go By” (Brahms, Tobias and DeRose--Miller); PC 72B: “I Won't Dance” Harbach and Kernz--T.B. Harms) / “Blue Moon” (Rodgers and Hart--Robbins), undated
26 The Cavalcade of Music Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 1A: “Cavalcade of Music Medley Number 1” (George M. Cohan-Vogel) / “Autumn Serenade” (Gallop and DeRose-Robbins); PC 1B: “Cavalcade of Music Medley Number 2” (Rodgers and Hammerstein-Crawford) / “Cavalcade of Music Medley Number 3” (Harburg and Arlen-Crawford), undated
27 The Cavalcade of Music Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 8A: “Slaughter on 10th Avenue” (Rodgers and Hart--Chappell); PC 8B: “Cavalcade of Music Medley Number 7” (Herbert and Smith--G. Schirmer) / “Pavanne” (Morton Gould--Mills), undated
28 The Cavalcade of Music Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 24A: “Skyscraper Fantasy” (Phillios--Mills); PC 24B: “Bali Ha'i” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson) / “Portrait of a Flirt” (Chappell), undated
29 The Cavalcade Chorus (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 33A: “Lover” (Rodgers and Hart-Famous) / “Broadway Rhythm” (Freed and Brown-Robbins) / “Sunny Side Up” (DeSylva, Brown and Henderson-Crawford); VGL 33B: “Donkey Serenade” (Stothart, Friml, Wright and Forrest-Schirmer) / “Sunny” (Harbach, Kern and Hammerstein-T.B. Harms) / “Midnight in Paris” (Conrad and Magidson-Fox), undated
30 The Cavalcade Chorus (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 34A: “Easy to Love” (Cole Porter--Chappell) / “Cheek to Cheek” (Irving Berlin--Berlin); VGL 34B: “Flying Down to Rio” (Kahn, Liscu and Youmans--T.B. Harms) / “Through the Years” (Youmans and Heyman-Miller) / “The Piccolino” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
31 The Cavalcade Chorus (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 38A: “Orchids in the Moonlight” (Kahn, Eliscu and Youmans--T.B. Harms) / “I've Got You Under My Skin” (Cole Porter--Chappell); VGL 38B: “So in Love” (Cole Porter--T.B. Harms) / “There's No Business Like Show Business” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
32 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 1A: “Ol' Man River” (Kern and Hammerstein II--T.B. Harms) / “Homing” (Solman and Del Riego--Chappell); VGL 1B: “Whiffenpoof Song (War Lyrics)” (Pomeroy, Minnigerode and Galloway--Miller) / “Roses of Picardy” (Weatherly and Wood--Chappell), undated
33 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 2A: “You'll Never Walk Alone” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--T.B. Harms) / “On the Road to Mandalay” (Kipling and Speaks--Schirmer); VGL 2B: “When You Were Sweet Sixteen” (James Thornton--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland” (Whitson and Friedman--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
34 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 4A: “I Want a Girl” (Dillon--VonTilzer) / “Mary's a Grand Old Name” (George M. Cohan) / “The Blind Plowman” (Hall and Clarke--Chappell); VGL 4B: “Long Ago and Far Away” (Gershwin and Kern--Chappell) / “If I Had My Way” (Klein and Kendis--Paull-Pioneer), undated
35 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 6A: “If You Please” (Burke and Van Heusen--Famous) / “Whispering” (Malvin and Schonberger--Miller); VGL 6B: “Heavenly Music” (Sam Coslow--Feist) / “Whem You're Smiling” (Fisher, Goodwin and Shea--Mills) / “You're a Grand Old Flag” (George M. Cohan--Vogel), undated
36 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 10A: “My Moonlight Madonna” (Fibich, Scott and Webster--Fischer) / “How Are Things in Glocca Morra” (Harburg and Lane); VGL 10B: “Whiffenpoof Song” (Pomeroy, Minnigerode and Galloway--Miller) / “Honeysuckle Rose” (Razaf and Waller--Santly-Joy), undated
37 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 18A: “Kentucky Babe” (Adam Geibel and Richard Buck--Morris) / “The Rosary” (Ethelbert Nevin and Robert Cameron Rogers--Church); VGL 18B: “The Winter Song” (Hovey and Bullard--Ditson) / “Empty Saddles” (Billy Hill--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
38 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 20A: “Sweetheart of Sigma Chi” (Vernor and Stokes--Melrose) / “My Melancholy Baby” (Burnett, Norton and Watson--Shapiro-Bernstein); VGL 20B: “Dear Old Girl” (Morse and Buck-pFeist) / “Jolly Fellows” (Wm. Rhys--Herbert J. Fischer and Brothers) / “Morning” (Oley Speaks and Frank Stanton--Schirmer), undated
39 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 28A: “The Girl That I Marry” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / “That Old Gang of Mine” (Rose, Dixon and Henderson--Bourne); VGL 28B: “Ireland Must Be Heaven, for My Mother Came from There” (McCarthy, Johnson and Fisher--Feist) / “Wabash Moon” (Dreyer, Downey and McKenney--Bourne), undated
40 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 30A: “In My Solitude” (Mills, DeLange and Ellington--American Academy) / “I'd Love to Live in Loveland with a Girl Like You” (W.R. Williams--Rossiter) / “There's a Quaker Down in Quakertown” (Berg and Soloman--E.H. Morris); VGL 30B: “Song of the Vagabond” (Hooker and Friml--Famous) / “When Good Fellows Get Together” (Bullard and Hovey--Ditson) / “Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle” (Samuels, Powekk and Whitcup--Schuster and Miller), undated
41 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 35A: “Long, Long Ago” (Thomas H. Bayley) / “Aura Lee” (Fosdick and Poulton); VGL 35B: “Heaven, Heaven (I Got a Robe)” (Spiritual) / “Listen to the Lamb” (Spiritual) / “Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie” (1867), undated
42 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 40A: “Soldier's Farewell” (Johanna Kinkel) / “Starlight Sonata” (Manners, Bliss and Mason); VGL 40B: ““There's Music in the Air” (Root and Crosby) / “Home on the Range” (Traditional), undated
43 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 45A: “Massa's in de Cold. Cold Ground” (Stephen Foster) / “In the Gloaming” (Harrison and Orred); VGL 45B: “Sweet Genevieve” (Tucker and Cooper)/ “Steal Away” (Spiritual), undated
44 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 56A: “Absent” (Metcalf and Glen--Schmidt) / “The Long Day Closes” (Chorley and Sullivan); VGL 56B: “Don't Cry” (Sunny Skylar--National Music) / “Somebody's Callin' My Name” (Spiritual, Wayne Howorth--Hoffman), undated
45 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 59A: “Grandfather's Clock” (American Folk-Henry C. Work) / “John Peel” (Scottish Folk-John Woodcock Graves); VGL 59B: “I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen” (Thomas P. Westendorf) / “Marcheta” (Victor Schertzinger--Cole), undated
46 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 60A: “Lazy Moon” (Minstrel song-Cole and Johnson--E.B. Marks) / “Amapola” (Gamse and Lacalle--E.B. Marks); VGL 60B: “Ida! Sweet as Apple Cider” (Eddie Leonard--E.B. Marks) / “Jingle Bells” (American folk--Pierpont) / “Dry Bones” (Spiritual--Peer), undated
47 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 86A: “Ain't Gwine Study War No More” (Spiritual) / “The Bulldog” (Novelty); VGL 86B: “Buffalo Gals” (American folk-John Hodges) / “Bluetail Fly” (American Folk), undated
48 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 95A: “Fairy Belle” (Stephen Foster) / “Honeymoon (The Waning Honeymoon)” (Hough, Adams and Howard--E.B. Marks); VGL 95B: “None But the Lonely Heart” (Goether-Tchaikowski) / “Oh Peter, Go Ring Dem Bells” (Spiritual), undated
49 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 101A: “Come to the Fair” (Martin and Taylo--Boosey) / “All Alone” (Irving Berlin--Berlin); VGL 101B: “Dey's a Ghost 'round de Corner” (Noble Cain--Hoffman) / “Le Bal Chez Boule” (French Canadian folk) / “Keep in the Middle of the Road” (Spiritual), undated
50 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 110A: “Bye, Bye Blues” (Lown, Gray, Bennett and Hamm--Bourne) / “Just Because She Made Dem Goo-Goo Eyes” (Cannon and Queen--Vogel) / “Collegiate, Collegiate, Yes We Are Collegiate” (Jaffe and Bonx--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Watermelons Smilin' on the Vine” (Johnny Marvin--Paramount); VGL 110B: “I Love Paris” (Cole Porter-Chappell) / “Through the Years” (Youmans and Heyman--Miller), undated
51 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 111A: “Ta-Ra-Ra-Bom-Der-E” (Henry J. Sayers) / “Nelly Bly” (Stephen Foster) / “Gentle Annie” (Stephen Foster); VGL 111B: “O Mary, Don't You Weep” (Negro Spiritual) / “Lord, I Want To Be a Christian in My Heart” (Negro Spiritual) / “Tenting Tonight (On the Old Camp Ground)” (Walter Kittredge), undated
52 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 112A: “The Happy Wanderer (Val-De-Ri)” (Ridge and Moeller--Sam Fox) / “You Were Meant for Me” (Freed and Brown--Robbins) / “You Are My Lucky Star” (Freed and Brown--Robbins); VGL 112B: “April in Portugal” (Kennedy and Ferrao--Chappell) / “Drums in My Heart” (Youmans and Heyman--Miller) / “Girl of My Dreams” (Sunny Clapp--Mills), undated
53 The Cote Glee Club (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 114A: “Crinoline Days” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / “When the Harvest Days Are Over, Jessie Dear” (Graham and Von Tilzer--Von Tilzer) / “One Fleeting Hour” (Zamecnik and Furman--Sam Fox); VGL 114B: “I Wish I Had a Girl” (Gus and Grace Kahn--Robbins) / “Heigh-Ho” (Morey and Churchill-Bourne) / “Moonlight and Roses (Bring Mem'ries of You)” (Black and Moret--Villa Moret), undated
54 Alan Dale and D'Artega (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 3A: Voice tracks; MP3B: Voice tracks, undated
55 Deep River Boys (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGSx 42A: “On the Rocks and the Mountains” / “A Wheel in a Wheel” / “In the Kingdom”; VGSx 42B: “Live Humble” / “Ride On, Jesus” / “Oh Freedom” (all Spirituals-Hampton Institute), undated
56 Deep River Boys (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGSx 43A: “Farewell, Farewell” / “I Know I'd Like to Read” / “The Ol' Sheep Done Know De Road”; VGSx 43B: “De Band of Gideon” / “Jerusalem Morn” / “We're Almost Home” (all Spirituals-Hampton Institute), undated
57 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 73A: “A Fellow Needs a Girl” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson) / “Don't Tell Me” (Buddy Pepper--Robbins); DL 75B: “Two Loves (J'ai Deux Amours)” (Scotto--Miller) / “There's a Small Hotel” (Hart and Rodgers--Chappell), undated
58 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 75A: “Just Plain Love” (Russell and Cowan--E.H. Morris) / “Galway Bay” (Arthur Colahan--Leeds); DL 75B: “A Wonderful Guy” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williams) / “Bali Ha'i” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williams), undated
59 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 76A: “I'm Sorry I Didn't Say I'm Sorry” (Roberts and Lee--Mood Music) / “All of Me” (Simons and Marks--Bourne); DL 76B: “That Old Feeling” (Brown and Fain--Feist) / “What Do I Have to Do (To Make You Love Me)” (Miller and James--BVC), undated
60 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 109A: “I Have But One Heart” (Symes and Farrow--Barton) / “At Sundown” (Walter Donaldson--Feist); DL 109B: “My Future Just Passed” (George Marion Jr. and Richard Whiting--Famous) / “Sunflower” (Mac David--Famous), undated
61 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 142A: “Isn't It Romantic” (Hart and Rodgers--Famous) / “Baby, Don't Be Mad at Me” (David and Freeman--Paramount); DL 142B: “You're Heartless” (Tepper and Brodsky--Mills) / “I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Out-a My Hair” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson), undated
62 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 150A: “It's a Big Wide Wonderful World” (John Rox) / “Vuelve” (Pedro Flores--Peer); DL 150B: “Pirouette” (Shep Fields) / “At Dawn” (Shep Fields), undated
63 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 160A: “Fit as a Fiddle” (Freed, Hoffman and Goodheart--Feist) / “The Wedding of the Painted Doll” (Freed and Brown--Miller); DL 160B: “People Will Say We're in Love” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Crawford) / “Rosalie” (Cole Porter--Chappell), undated
64 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 212A: “So in Love” (Cole Porter--T.B. Harms) / “Having a Wonderful Wish” (Livingston and Evans--Paramount); DL 212B: “Sunshowers” (Hoffman and Kalmanoff--Paxton) / “Little White Lies” (Donaldson-BVC), undated
65 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 313A: “May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You” (Meredith Wilson--Pickwick) / “Just Once More” (Symes, Robertson and Weldon--Spitzer); DL 313B: “O, Katherina” (Gilbert and Fall--Feist) / “Shep Field Medley Number 5” (Kern and Hammerstein--T.B. Harms, undated
66 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 357A: “Shep Fields Medley Number 12” (G. and I. Gershwin--Chappell) / “Shep Fields Medley Number 13” (Rodgers and Hart--Famous); DL 357B: “Faith and Determination” (Skylar and Moore--Carlton) / “Shep Fields Medley Number 14” (Rodgers and Hart--Chappell), undated
67 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 358A: “Shep Fields Medley Number 15” (Rodgers and Hart--T.B. Harms); DL 358B: “Shep Fields Medley Number 16” (Rodgers and Hart--T.B. Harms) / “Shangri-La” (Malneck and Maxwell--Robbins), undated
68 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DL 360A: “Shep Fields Medley Number 19” (Youmans, Rose and Eliscu) / “Shep Fields Medley Number 20” (Rodgers and Hart--Chappell); DL 360B: “Shep Fields Medley Number 21” (Gordon and Revel-Robbins) / “Mellow Mood” (Shep Fields--Waldo), undated
69 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 1A: “Pennywhistle Song” (LeRoy Anderson--Mills) / “Belle of the Ball” (LeRoy Anderson--Mills); DLX 1B: “Horse and Buggy” (LeRoy Anderson--Mills) / “Blue Tango” (LeRoy Anderson-Mills), undated
70 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 4A: “Fantasia Mexicana (El Salon Mexico)” (Aaron Copeland-Boosey-Hawkes); DLX 4B: “Plink-Plank-Plunk” (LeRoy Anderson--Mills) / “Doll Dance” (Nacio Herb Brown--Miller), undated
71 Shep Fields Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 44A: “Shep Fields Medley Number 22” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Crawford) / “Shep Fields Medley Number 23” (Coslow and Johnston--Famous); DLX 44B: “Shep Fields Medley Number 24” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson) / “Organ Grinder's Swing” (Hudson, Parish and Mills--American Academy of Music), undated
72 The Four Knights (Negro Quartette) (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGS 16A: “St. Louis Blues” (W.C. Handy--W.C. Handy) / “Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar” (Prince and Sheeby--Leeds); VGS 16B: “Into Each Life a Little Rain Must Fall” (Roberts and Fisher--Sun) / “Mood Indigo” (Ellington, Mills and Bigard--Mills) / “In My Solitude” (Mills, DeLange and Ellington--American Academy of Music), undated
73 The Gay Blazers (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGS 1A: “Ole Faithful” (Carr and Kennedy--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Let Me Call You Sweetheart” (Whitson and Freedman--Paull-Pioneer and Shapiro-Bernstein) / “A Little Close Harmony” (Geoffrey O'Hara--Boston); VGS 1B: “Sunbonnet Sue” (Edwards and Cobb--Mills and Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Back Home Again in Indiana” (MacDonald and Hanley--Shapiro-Bernstein), undated
74 Harmonic Pop Concert Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MPx 44A: “Midsummer Gladness” (Cecil Milner--Brull) / “Gaiety Parade” (Ronald Hanmer--Brull); MPx 44B: “Picture Hat” / “Coffee Bar” / “Slalom” both Peter Yourke-Brull), undated
75 Ted Heath (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): DLx 89B: “The Sheik of Araby” (Smith, Wheeler and Snyder--Mills) / “Time's Awastin'“ (M. Ellington, D. Ellington and George--Tempo); DLx 89B: “Pennywhistle Serenade” (Leroy Anderson--Mills) / “Great Day” (Vincent Youmans--Miller) / “The Champ” (Burke and Dorsey--Dorsey Brothers), undated
76 Lang-Worth Chapel Choir (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): CH 1A: “Softly and Tenderly Jesus Is Calling” (Will Thompson) / “The Son of God Goes Forth to War” (Reginald Haber-Henry Cutler); CH 1B: “Flee as a Bird” (Mary S. D. Dana) / “O Paradise! O Paradise!” (Frederick Faber-Joseph Barnby), undated
77 Lang-Worth Chapel Choir (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): CH 4A: “In the Sweet By and By” (S.F. Bennett and J.P. Webster) / “Abide with Mr” (Henry Lyte-William Monk); CH 4B: “Doxology and Old One Hundred” (William Kethe-Louis Bourgeois) / “Lead, Kindly Light” (John H. Newman-John N. Dykes), undated
78 Lang-Worth Chapel Choir (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): CH 10A: “O Love that Wilt Not Let Me Go” (Matheson-Peace) / “Awake My Soul” (Doddridge-Handel) / “The Church's One Foundation” (Stone-Wesley); CH 10B: “O Jesus I Have Promised” (John Bode-Arthur Mann) / “O How I Love Jesus” (F. Whitfield), undated
79-80 Lang-Worth Choristers (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 25: “America the Beautiful” (Bates and Ward) / “Bendemeer's Stream” (Moore); VGL 25B: “Open Thy Lattice, Love” (Stephen Foster) / “Lang-Worth Choristers Medley Number 1” (Stephen Foster) (2 copies), undated
81 Lang-Worth Choristers (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 120A: “Cecelia” (Ruby and Dreyer--ABC) / “Across the Alley from the Alamo” (Joe Greene--Leslie) / “I Fall in Love with You Ev'ry Day” (Sam H. Stept--Stept); VGL 120B: “I Got a Gal I Love” (Kahn and Stein-Famous) / “Look to the Rainbow” (Harburg and Lane--Players Music) / “Mandy” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
82 Lang-Worth Choristers (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGL 121A: “Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love” (Allie Wrubel--E.H. Morris) / “The Eagle and Me” (Harburg and Arlen) / “Tampico” (Roberts and Fisher); VGL 121B: “Vem Vem” (Drake, Shirl and Morand--Pemora) / “Without You (Tres Palabras)” (Gilbert and Farres--Peer) / “Come to the Mardi Gras” (Drake, Shirl and Bulhoes), undated
83 Lang-Worth Collegiate Band (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): BR 3A: “Indiana Univ. of (Indiana Our Indiana)” (Harker and King--Melrose) / “West Virginia Univ. (Eyes of Texas)” (T.W. Allen) / “Minnestota Univ. of (The Rouser)” (Floyd M. Hutsell--Melrose) / “Illinois Univ. of (Illinois Loyalty)” (T.H. Guild--Melrose); BR 3B: “Iowa State Univ. of (On Iowa)” (W.R. Law--Melrose) / “California U.C.L.A. (Go on Bruins)” (G. Holmquist, G. and M. Sweet--Melrose) / “Oregon Univ. of (Mighty Oregon)” (Alfred Perfect--Melrose) / “Duquesne Univ. (Victory Song)” (Thomas J. Quigley--Volkwein), undated
84 Lang-Worth Collegiate Band (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): BR 10A: “Oklahoma Univ. of (Go Oklahoma)” (Johnson--AIM) / “Cornell Univ. (Far above Cayuga's Waters)” (C.K. Urguhart) / “Idaho Univ. of (Go Vandals Go)” (J. Morris O'Donnell) / “Duke Univ. (Blue and White)” (G.E. Leftwich, Jr.--AIM); BR 10B: “Fordham Univ. (The Ram)” (J. Ignatius Coveney--AIM) / “Texas A and M Univ. (Aggie Spirit)” (Gwen Sweet--AIM) / “Syracuse Varsity March” (Rand Smith--AIM) / “Brown Univ. (The Old Oaken Bucket)” (Samuel Woodworth), undated
85 Lang-Worth Collegiate Band (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): BR 14A: “Columbia Univ. of (Roar Lion Roar)” (Ford, Webb and Watkins) / “Texas Univ. of (Eyes of Texas)” (T.W. Allen) / “Southern Methodist Univ. of (Go On Mustang)” (Gwen Sweet) / “AMICI”; BR 14B: “American Soldier” (Koff and Jones-AMP) / “March On Marines” (Paul VanLoan) / “Stadium March” (Ted Braun), undated
86 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 115A: “Charmaine” (Rapee and Pollack--Miller) / “Belle of the Ball” (Leroy Anderson--Mills); PC 115B: “If I Loved You” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--T.B. Harms) / “So in Love” (Cole Porter--T.B. Harms), undated
87 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 116A: “Lover Come Back to Me” (Sigmund Romberg--Chappell) / “Some Enchanted Evening” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson); PC 116B: “We'll Gather Lilacs” (Ivor Novello--Chappell) / “La Mer” (Charles Trenet--Chappell), undated
88 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 117A: “El Choclo” (Villado) / “Green Sleeves” (English folk-d'Urfey and Hook); PC 117B: “Emperor Waltz” (Johann Strauss Jr.) / “Sweetheart Waltz (Treasure)” (Johann Strauss), undated
89 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 121A: “Bee's Wedding (The Spinning Wheel)” (Felix Mendelssohn) / “Dark Eyes” (arr. Mantovani); PC 121B: “Tico Tico” (Zequinha Abreu--Peer) / “Blue Danube Waltz” (Johann Strauss, Jr.), undated
90 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 125A: “Diane” (Rapee and Pollack--Miller) / “The Dance of the Eighth Veil” (Annunzio Mantovani--Chappell); PC 127B: “It Happened in Monterey” (Mabel Wayne--Feist) / “Faith” (Tolchard Evans--Robbins), undated
91 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 127A: “Love Here Is My Heart” (Lao Silesu--Feist) / “At Dawning” (Charles Wakefield Cadman-Oliver Ditson); PC 127B: “I Love You Truly” (Carrie Jacobs Bond--C.J. Bond and Son) / “White Christmas” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
92 Mantovani (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 148A: “Dance of the Hours (Part 2)” (Amilcare Ponchielli) / “Magic Is the Moonlight (Te Quiero Dijiste)” (Maria Grever--Peer); PC 148B: “Orpheus in the Underworld (Part 2)” (Jacques Offenbach) / “Du und Du” (Johann Strauss, Jr.), undated
93 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 65A: “Deep Purple” (DeRose and Parish--Robbins) / “I'm Getting Sentimental Over You” (Washington and Bassman--Mills); SS 65B: “Through the Years” (Youmans and Eliscu--Youmans) / “That's My Desire” (Loveday and Kresa--Mills), undated
94 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 69A: “A Ghost of a Chance” (Young, Crosby and Washington--American Academy) / “And so to Bed” (Mercer and Dolan--Famous); SS 69B: “Stairway to the Stars” (Parish, Malneck and Signorelli--Robbins) / “On the Avenue” (Rome and Freed--Leeds), undated
95 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 70A: “One Great Love” (Rachmaninoff-Anthony Wahl--Muzik Masters) / “Etude to Eventide” (Chopin-Anthony Wahl--Muzik Masters); SS 70B: “Prelude to Romance” (Liszt-Anthony Wahl--Muzik Masters) / “Rose of Tralee” (Irish trad.-Charles W. Glover), undated
96 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 73A: “Bill” (Kern and Hammerstein--T.B. Harms) / “Christmas Dreaming (A Little Early This Year)” (Gordon and Lee--Leeds); SS 73B: “I'm in the Mood for Love” (Fields and McHugh--Robbins) / “In the Still of the Night” (Cole Porter--Chappell), undated
97 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 74A: “More Than You Know” (Rose, Eliscu and Youmans--Miller) / “Time on My Hands” (Adamson, Gordon and Youmans--Miller); SS 74B: “Over the Rainbow” (Harburg and Arlen--Feist) / “Louise” (Robin and Whiting--Famous), undated
98 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 75A: “Let's Fall in Love” (Koehler and Arlen--Bourne) / “Pagan Love Song” (Freed and Brown--Robbins); SS 75B: “All of Me” (Simons and Marks) / “Ain't Misbehavin'” (Brooks, Razaf and Waller--Mills), undated
99 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 76A: “I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)” (Turk and Ahlert--Bourne) / “Everything I Have Is Yours” (Adamson and Lane--Robbins); SS 76B: “I'll Never Be the Same” (Kahn, Malneck and Signorelli--Robbins) / “Heartaches” (Klenner and Hoffman), undated
100 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 78A: “The Glow Worm” (Robinson and Lincke--E.B. Marks) / “Whispering Waltz” (Anthony Wahl--Muzik Masters); SS 78B: “Summer Nocturne” (Anthony Wahl--Muzik Masters) / “Romance-Opus 44” (Anton Rubinstein), undated
101 Modes Moderne (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): SS 81A: “Modes Moderne Medley Number 1 (South Pacific)” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Williamson); SS 81B: “Modes Moderne Medley Number 2” (Mills) / “Modes Moderne Medley Number 3” (E.H. Morris), undated
102-103 Patti Page With Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VoS 23A: “Come Rain or Come Shine” (Mercer and Arlen--Crawford) / “The One I Love” (Isham Jones--Forster); VoS23B: “Should I?” (Freed and Brown--Robbins) / “Accent on Youth” (Lawnhurst and Seymour--Famous) (2 copies), undated
104 Patti Page With Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VoS 34A: “Tormented” (Will Hudson--Mills) / “Whispering” (M and J Schonberger--Fisher); VoS 34B: “Speak Low (When You Speak of Love)” (Nash and Weill--Chappell) / “There's a Small Hotel” (Rodgers and Hart--Chappell), undated
105 Patti Page With Rhythm Background (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VoS 68A: “Exactly Like You” (Fields and McHugh--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Goody Goodbye” (Cavanaugh and Simon--Olman); VoS 68B: “I'll Never Smile Again” (Ruth Lowe--Sun) / “Don't Blame Me” (Fields and McHugh--Robbins), undated
106 Patti Page With Rhythm Background (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VoS 82A: “Patti Page Medley Number 1” (Robbins and Feist) / “All I Do Is Dream of You” (Freed and Brown--Robbins); VoS 82B: “Do Nothing 'Till You Hear from Me” (Russell and Ellington--Robbins) / “It All Depends on You” (DeSylva, Brown and Henderson-Crawford), undated
107 Patti Page With Rhythm Background (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VoS 83A: “It's Been So Long” (Adamson and Donaldson--Feist) / “Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams (And Dream Your Troubles Away)” (Koehler, Moll and Barris--Shapiro-Bernstein); VoS 83B: “The Glory of Love” (Billy Hill--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “Blue Moon” (Rodgers and Hart--Robbins), undated
108 Patti Page (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 110A and MP 110B: Announcements and applause for use in “Rhythm Rendezvous”, undated
109-110 Jack Shaindlin and March of Time Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 27A: “Cutie Pie” / “Radio City” / “Your Dance Parade” Theme (all Jack Shaindlin); MP 27B: “Here Comes Rhythm” / “Scenic Rhumba” / “Rhythm Time” (all Jack Shaindlin), undated
111 Jack Shaindlin and March of Time Orchestra mood music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 28A: “Twilight Silhouette” / “Shall We Dance” / “Believing” (all Jack Shaindlin); MP 28B: “Despair Number 1” / “Despair Number 2” / “The Oppressor” / “Industry after Victory” (all Jack Shaindlin), undated
112 Jack Shaindlin and March of Time Orchestra mood music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 33A: “World in Review” / “Far East” / “Oriental Mood” / “Calling all Patriots” / “Sports and News” (all Jack Shaindlin); MP 33B: “Prelude to a Love Story” / “The Romantic Waltz” / “Monkey Capers” (all Jack Shaindlin), undated
113 Silver Strings, The (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 37A: “Stormy Weather” (Koehler and Arlen--Mills) / “Easy to Love” (Cole Porter--Chappell); PC 37B: “Why Was I Born?” (Kern and Hammerstein--T.B. Harms) / “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes” (Harbach and Kern--T.B. Harms), undated
114 Silver Strings, The (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 74A: “Entr'acte and Gavotte” (Charles Louis Ambroise Thomas) / “Pastoral Dance Number 2” (Edward German) / “Country Dance Number 1” (Edward German); PC 74B: “The Largo” (George Handel) / “Estrelitta (The Little Star)” (Ponce--AMP), undated
115 Leonard Stokes (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): CH 18A: “Blessed Assurance, Jesus Is Mine” (Crosby and Knapp) / “Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me” (Toplady and Hastings); CH 18B: “Tell Me the Old, Old Story” (Hankey and Doane) / “Mother Dear, O Pray for Me” (Traditional), undated
116 Sunshine Boys (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGSx 19A: “Roll On Jordan” (Robert E. Prather, copyright Connor Hall-Beechwood) / “When He Put a Ltttle Sunshine In” (Albert E. Brumley--Stamps-Baxter) / “Some Morning Fair” (Baxter, Jr.-Stamps-Baxter); VGSx 19B: “O the Glory Did Roll” (G.T. Speer--Stamps-Baxter) / “The Sinner's Plea” (J.B. Coats--Stamps-Baxter), undated
117 The Todds (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): Inx 39A: “The Object of My Affection” (Tomlin, Poe and Grier--Bourne) / “I'll Dance at Your Wedding” (Magidson and Oakland--Simon) / “On a Slow Boat to China” (Frank Loesser--Melrose); Inx 39B: “To Each His Own” (Livingston and Evans-Paramount) / “Till the End of Time” (Chopin-Kaye and Mossman--Santly-Joy), undated
118 The Todds (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGSx 39A: “Here Ends the Rainbow” (King and Burke--Pickwick) / “'Deed I Do” (Hirsch and Rose--Stafney); VGSx 39B: “Dinah (Is There Anyone Finer?)” (Lewis, Young and Akst--Mills) / “You're Just in Love” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
119 The Todds (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): VGSx 40A: “I Love Paris” (Cole Porter--Chappell) / “Sweet Leilani” (Harry Owens--Santly-Joy); VGSx 40B: “Memories Are Made of This” (Gilkyson, Dehr and Miller--Montclare) / “Apple on a Stick” (Maisel, Art and Dotty Todd--Duchess), undated
120 Sidney Torch Orchestra (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): PC 97A: “Kashmiri Song” (Lawrence Hope and Amy Woodforde--Finden-Boosey); PC 97B: “The Great Waltz” Selections (J. Strauss-adapted by Tiomkin), undated
121 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 6A: “White Christmas” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / “I Don't Know Why” (Turk and Ahlert--Feist); MP 6B: “Whispering” (M and J Schonberger--Fisher) / “I Can't Give You Anything But Love” (Fields and McHugh--Mills), undated
122 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 9A: “If I Had You” (Shapiro, Campbell and Connelly--Robbins) / “These Foolish Things” (Marvelle, Link and Strachey--Bourne); MP 9B: “Younger Than Springtime” (Rodgers and Hammerstein--Chappell) / “I Love You (A New Way to Say)” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
123 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 10A: “Out of Love” (Hilliard and Fain--Spitzer) / “Paris Wakes Up and Smiles” (Irving Berlin--Berlin); MP 10B: “Ain't Misbehavin'” (Razaf, Waller and Brooks) / “Stardust” (Parish and Carmichael--Mills, undated
124 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 11A: “Temptation” (Freed and Brown--Robbins) / “I Surrender Dear” (Clifford and Barris--Mills); MP 11B: “My Man (Mon Homme)” (Pollock and Yvain--Feist) / “I Surrender Dear” (Clifford and Barris--Mills), undated
125 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 44A: “My Blue Heaven” (Whiting and Donaldson--Feist) / “More Than You Know” (Rose, Eliscu and Youmans--Miller); MP 44B: “All of Me” (Simons and Marks--Bourne) / “St. Louis Blues” (W.C. Handy-Handy), undated
126 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 45A: “Always” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / “Stormy Weather” (Koehler and Arlen--Mills); MP 45B: “My Melancholy Baby” (Burnett, Norton and Watson--Shapiro-Bernstein) / “I'm Confessin' (That I Love You)” (Neilburg, Daugherty and Reynolds--Bourne), undated
127 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 46A: “Together” (DeSylva, Brown and Henderson--Crawford) / “Rain” (Eugene Ford--Robbins); MP 46B: “They Didn't Believe Me” (Kern and Reynolds--T.B. Harms) / “I'll See You in My Dreams” (Kahn and Jones--Feist), undated
128 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 46A: “Rain” (Eugene Ford--Robbins) / “Together” (DeSylva, Brown and Henderson--Crawford); MP 46B: “I'll See You in My Dreams” (Kahn and Jones--Feist) / “They Didn't Believe Me” (Kern and Reynolds--T.B. Harms), undated
129 [Artist unknown] (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 49A: “More Than You Know” (Rose, Eliscu and Youmans--Miller) / “My Blue Heaven” (Whiting and Donaldson--Feist); MP 49B: “St. Louis Blues” (W.C. Handy--Handy) / “All of Me” (Simons and Marks--Bourne), undated
130 Dance Band Themes (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 39A: Russ Morgan opening and closing themes; MP 39B: Henry Jerome opening and closing themes / Dean Hudson opening and closing themes, undated
131 Theme Music for “Remember When” (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 65A: Irving Berlin and Jerome Kern; MP 65B: same as Side A, undated
132 Theme Music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 66A: The Four Knights: “Theme for Pop Music Program” / “Theme: Jesus Is Mine” / “Theme: whistling and humming”; MP 66B: Riders of the Purple Sage: “Drifting Along the Prairie” / Elton Britt: “When a Cowboy Is Happy” (two versions) / Melody Mustangs: “Out on the Trail”, undated
133 Theme Music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 68A: Russ Case Orchestra: Themes (4 cuts); MP 68B: Evalyn Tyner: Themes, undated
134 Theme Music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 75A: The Sunshine Boys: “Opening Theme (The Little Old Church by the Side of the Road)” (Glen Hughes) / “Closing Theme (I'm Going Home)” (J.C. Vaughn) (Two versions); MP 75B: The Cote Glee Club: “Say It with Music” (Irving Berlin) (Two versions), undated
135 Theme Music (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 76A: “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” (music, crowd noise and sound effects); MP 76B: Clyde McCoy themes: “Sugar Blues” / “Lonely Gondolier”, undated
136 Radio Jingles: Christmas shopping (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 126A: 25 shopping days-19 days; MP 126B: 18 shopping days-13 days, undated
137 Radio Jingles: Christmas shopping (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 126A: 12 shopping days-6 days; MP 126B: 5 shopping days-Christmas Day, undated
138 Radio Jingles: Station Breaks (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 137A: Call letters A/J/K/B/C/D/E/G/P/T/V/Z/I/Y; MP 137B: Call letters L/N/O, undated
139 Radio Jingles: Station Breaks (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 137A: Call letters A/J/K/B/C/D/E/G/P/T/V/Z/I/Y; MP 137B: Call letters L/N/O (Copy 2), undated
140 Radio Jingles: Station Breaks (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 138A: Call letters Q/U/W/R/S; MP 138B: 10- and 15-second cuts, undated
141 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 144A: Department store jingles; MP 144B: Movie theater jingles, undated
142 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 146A: Time Signals-General; MP 146B: Time Signals-General, undated
143-144 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 147A: Half-hour Time Signals; MP 147B: Half-hour Time Signals (2 copies), undated
145-146 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MP 148A: On-the-Hour Time Signals; MP 148B: On-the-Hour Time Signals (2 copies), undated
147 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MPx 5A: Weather Spots; MPx 5B: Weather Spots, undated
148 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MPx 101A: Time Signals-General; MPx 101B: Time Signals-General, undated
149 Radio Jingles: (Lang-Worth Feature Programs): MPx 109A: Huxter Spots; MPx 109B: Attention-Getter, undated
150 Jacket for Glenn Miller 7-inch Extended Play album set (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) , undated
7-inch 45 rpm records
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50 1 The Abbott Singers (Fabor 129-45 promotional) A: “The Grass Is Green” (Larry Stamps-Harry Black--Dandelion) / B: “Lookin’ On” (Laura Gastiger-Lou Halmy), undated
2 Eddie Albert (Cadence ZTSP 66814) “Edgar Guest’s On Going Home For Christmas” (Single-sided), undated
3 Morris Albert (RCA GB-10937) A: “Feelings“ (M. Albert) / B: “Memories” (M. Albert), undated
4 Steve Allen (Dot 45-16507) MB-18138: “Cuando Calienta el Sol” (Carlos and Maria Rigual) / MB-18153: “Leave It to Me” (Donn Trenner), undated
5-15 Bucky Allred (F and L FL-540) A: “He's Steppin' Out (I'm Steppin' In)” (John Louis Alsip-Bucky Allred--Fischer/Sacatone) / B: “Girls That Look a Little Like You” (John Louis Alsip--Fischer) (11 copies), undated
16 Bucky Allred and Moonshine (Bluefront) Side One: “Where Did I Go Wrong” (Allred--Dundee) / Side Two: “You Win Again” (Hank Williams--Fred Rose), undated
17 The Ames Brothers (RCA Victor WY-491 promotional) E4VW-5401: “There'll Always Be a Christmas” (Paul Francis-Johnny Robba--Lowell) / E4VW-5412: “I Got a Cold for Christmas” (Budd White-Joe Hornsby-Fred Ebb--Trinity, undated
18 Betty Amos (Mercury 70666X45) YW7735: “Why Do I Love You” (Deckelman--Acuff-Rose) / “Key of Love” (Fitch), undated
19 Betty Amos (Mercury 70531X45) YW7666: “(My Baby Don't Love Me) No More” (DeJohn-DeJohn-DeJohn--Mapleleaf) / YW7672 “Just the Girl Next Door” (Amos--Acuff-Rose), undated
20 Bill Anderson (Decca 9-30773 promotional) 105,683: “What It's Like to Be Lonesome” (Anderson--Tree) / 105,684: “The Thrill of My Life” (Anderson--Tree), undated
21 Bill Anderson (Decca 9-30914 promotional) 107,060: “Ninety-Nine” (Anderson--Tree) / 107,061: “Back Where I Started From” (Anderson--Tree), undated
22 Brooks Anderson (Happy Tiger HT-574) H7104: “Tribes” (Marty Cooper-20th Century) / H7105: “Leavin' L.A.” (Don Great-Johnny Cunningham--Wichub), undated
23 Andrews Brothers (MGM K12402) 56-XY-441: “I Got Shook” (Clark-Daniels-Clark--Acuff-Rose) / 56-XY-442: “The Wind in the Chimney” (Hudgins--Acuff-Rose), undated
24 Andrews Sisters (Dot 45-154) MB-15851: “Bei Mir Bist Du Schön” (Jacobs-Cahn-Chaplin-Secunda--Harms) / MB-15855: “Rum and Coca-Cola” (Amsterdam-Sullavan-Baron--Feist), undated
25 Ray Anthony and Orchestra (Capitol 6F-2085) 45-9969: “Slaughter on Tenth Avenue” Part 1 / 45-9970: Part 2 (Richard Rodgers), undated
26-28 Lorenzo Antonio (Musart 6697) A: “Doce Rosas” (Malepasso-Labriola-Martinez) / B: “El Idioma del Amor (We've Got Tonight)” (Bob Seeger--Gear) (3 copies), undated
29 Louis Armstrong (Decca 9-27720) 45-81307: “A Kiss to Build a Dream On” (Kalmar-Ruby-Hammerstein II) / 45-81308: “(When We Are Dancing) I Get Ideas” (Sanders-Dorcas Cochran), undated
30 Eddy Arnold (RCA Victor 47-6139 promotional) F2PW-3528: “The Cattle Call” (Tex Owens--Forster) / “The Kentuckian Song” (Irving Gordon--Frank), undated
31 Charline Arthur (RCA Victor 47-6297 promotional) F2WW-6504: “Burn That Candle” (Winfield Scott--Roosevelt) / F2WW-6505: “How Many Would There Be!” (Hal Blair-Howard Barnes--Opal), undated
32 Charline Arthur (RCA Victor 47-6204 promotional) F2WW-2200: “Honey Bun” (Johnny Hicks--Trinity) / F2WW-2202: “Kiss the Baby Goodnight” (Dan Welch--Lowery), undated
33 Randy Atcher (MGM K12347 promotional) 56-XY-347: “Indian Rock” (Atcher--Acuff-Rose) / 56-XY-348: “I'll Be All Smiles Tonight, Love” (Atcher-Acuff-Rose), undated
34 Chet Atkins (RCA Victor 47-7971) M2WW-0678: “Jingle-Bell Rock” (Joe Beale-Jim Boothe--Cornell) / M2WW-0679: “Jingle Bells” (Public domain), undated
35 Gene Austin (Fraternity F-779) H80W-8411: “Lonesome Road” (Nathaniel Shilkret--Paramount) / H80W-8412: “My Blue Heaven” (Walter Donaldson-George Whiting--Feist), undated
36 Gene Austin (Dot 45-160) MB-14826: “Ramona” (L.W. Gilbert-M. Wayne--Feist) / MB-14835: “My Blue Heaven” (Walter Donaldson-George Whiting--Feist), undated
37 Gene Autry (Challenge 59030) 45-120: “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” (Johnny Marks--Nicholas) / 45-134: “Here Comes Santa Claus” (Gene Autry-Oakley Haldeman--Western), undated
38 Johnnie Bailes (Decca 9-30635 promotional) 103,550: “It's Bound to Happen” (Webb Pierce-Jimmy Fautheree--Cedarwood) / 103,551: “So Much” (A.R. Peddy-Mel Tillis--Cedarwood), undated
39 Fred Barker (Capitol F3271 promotional) 45-13421: “You'll Never Know Until You Try” (Ralph Yaw-George Starbuck Galbraith--Beechwood) / 45-13037: “I'll Make Up” (Larry Hubbard--Lowery), undated
40 Fred Barker (Capitol F3132 promotional) 45-13422: “I Fish with a Wish” (Curly Williams--Acuff-Rose) / 45-13423: “I'm Not Giving Up That Easy” (Fred Rose-Hy Heath--Milene), undated
41 Wiley Barkdull (Hickory 45-1092 promotional) 45-F-213: “Lonesome Journey” (Jesse Lee-Barkdull--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-214: “Keep a Lovin' Me Baby” (Melvin Endsley--Acuff-Rose), undated
42 Benny Barnes (Starday 45-262) 2472: “Poor Man's Riches” (Barnes-Dee Marais--Starrite) / 2473: “Those Who Know” (Barnes--Starrite), undated
43 Billy Barton (King 1457) K3930: “Pardon Me, Old Buddy” (Barton--Lois) / K3931: “What God Has Put Together, Let No Man Tear Apart” (Barton--Lois), undated
44 Otto Bash (RCA Victor 47-6585) G2WW-0312: “Later” (Bash--Murray Nash) / G2WW-0314: “The Elvis Blues” (Cy Coben--Delmore), undated
45 Les Baxter (Capitol F3120) 45-13706: “I'll Never Stop Loving You” (Sammy Cahn-Nicholas Brodszky--Feist) / 45-12147: “Wake the Town and Tell the People” (Jerry Livingston-Sammy Gallop--Joy), undated
46 Les Baxter (Capitol F3526) 45-15760: “Giant” (Paul Francis Webster-Dmitri Tiomkin--Witmark) / 45-15763: “There's Never Been Anyone Else But You” (Paul Francis Webster-Dmitri Tiomkin--Witmark), undated
47 Harry Belafonte (RCA Victor 47-5311) E3VW-0548: “Suzanne” (Belafonte-Millard Thomas) / E3VW-10958: “Matilda, Matilda!” (Harry Thomas), undated
48 Carl Belew (Four Star EP-34) A-C: “24 Hour Night” (R. Moore-C. Klemer-D. Wheeler) / “Stop the World (And Let Me Off)” (C. Belew-W.S. Stevenson); B-C: “Everytime I'm Kissing You” (C. Belew) / “Lonely Street” (C. Belew-K. Sowder-W.S. Stevenson), undated
49 Carl Belew (Four Star 1721x45) 6892-D: “Everytime I'm Kissing You” (C. Belew) / 6980-D: “24 Hour Night” (R. Moore-C. Klemer-D. Wheeler), undated
50 Carl Belew (Four Star 1721x45) 6952-C: “I Can't Forget” (C. Belew-W.S.Stevenson) / 6953-C: “Stop the World (And Let Me Off)” (C. Belew-W.S. Stevenson), undated
51 Cliff Blakley (Starday 45-352) 2630: “Want To Be With You” (C. Blakley-H. Phillips--Starrite) / 2633: “High Steppin'” (C. Blakley--Starrite), undated
52 Dorothy Blakley (Starday 45-357) 2655: “Piano Polka” (C. Blakley--Starrite) / 2659: “Slowpoke Rag” (J. Blakley-M. Farrell--Starrite), undated
53 Jimmy Blakley (Starday 45-582) A: “Runaway Heart” (J. Blakley--Starrite) / B: “Standing in Line (For Your Love)” (J. Blakley-B. Binns--Starrite), undated
54 Eddie Blatnick (Decca 9-30440) 45-103092: “Everybody's Polka” (E. Blatnick--Forrest) / 45-103093: “Our Wedding Waltz” (E. Blatnick-Mary Kasperski--Trans World), undated
55 Bob and Jerry (Rendezvous 100 promotional) A: “Ghost Satellite” (Summers-Le Fors--Laine-Simms) / B: “Who's Gonna Cry for Me” (Summers-Le Fors--Laine-Simms), undated
56 Debby Boone (Warner Brothers WBS 8455) UCA 6889: “Hasta Mañana” (Benny Andersson-Stig Anderson-Bjorn Ulvaeus--Countless) / VNY 1373: “You Light Up My Life” (Joe Brooks--Big Hill), undated
57 Pat Boone (Dot 45-108) MB-8696: “Ain't That a Shame” (A. Domino-D. Bartholomew--Travis) / MB-92215: “Friendly Persuasion” (Webster-Tiomkin--Feist), undated
58 Pat Boone (Dot 45-109) MB-9410: “Don't Forbid Me” (Singleton--Roosevelt) / MB-10495: “April Love” (Fain-Webster--Feist), undated
59 Pat Boone (Dot 45-110) MB-9423: “Love Letters in the Sand” (N. Kenny-C. Kenny-Coots--Bourne) / MB-10495: “A Wonderful Time Up There” (Abernathy--Wallace Fowler), undated
60 Pat Boone (Dot 45-151) MB-9035: “I'll Be Home” (Washington-Lewis--Arc) / MB-9057: “I Almost Lost My Mind” (Hunter), undated
61 Pat Boone (Dot 45-15570) MW-9423: “Love Letters in the Sand” (C. Kenny-Coots-N. Kenny--Bourne) / MW-9587: “Bernadine” (Johnny Mercer--Palm Springs), undated
62 Pat Boone (Dot 45-15690) MW-10495: “A Wonderful Time Up There” (Abernathy--Wallace Fowler) / MW-10496: “It's Too Soon To Know” (Chessler--E.H. Morris), undated
63 Pat Boone (Dot 45-15690) MW-10495: “A Wonderful Time Up There” (Abernathy--Wallace Fowler) / MW-10495: “A Wonderful Time Up There” (Abernathy--Wallace Fowler) (Mis-labeled?), undated
64 Pat Boone (Dot 45-15750) MW-10800: “Sugar Moon” (D. Wolfe--Gallatin) / MW-10803: “Cherie, I Love You” (L.R. Goodman--Harms), undated
65 Jimmy Bowen (Reprise 0264 promotional) 2580: “The Big Bus” (Bowen--American) / 2581: “The Biggest Lover in Town” (Jerry Capehart--American), undated
66 Jimmy Bowen (Creste 45-1085) CM-1098: “Somebody to Love” (Bowen-Wes Bryan--American) / CM-1099: “Don't Drop It” (Terry Fell--American), undated
67 Margie Bowes (Hickory 45-1084 promotional) 45-F-199: “Won'tcha Come Back to Me” (Don Gibson--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-200: “One Broken Heart” (Buddy Killen--Cedarwood), undated
68 Margie Bowes (Hickory 45-1094 promotional) 45-F-207: “Blue Dream” (Boudleaux Bryant--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-208: “Poor Old Heartsick Me” (Helen Carter--Acuff-Rose), undated
69 Bill Boyd (Starday 45-303) 2589: “Lone Star Rag” (Boyd-Art Davis--Starrite) / 2590: “Rambler's March” (Boyd-Ken Pitts--Starrite), undated
70 Linda Brannon (Ram 1478 promotional) MS-129: “Just Another Lie” (E.R. Suarez--Hip Hill-Tree) / MS-130: “Wherever You Are” (L.N. Martin--Cajun), undated
71 Linda Brannon (Ram 8771) MS-117: “I Wanna Be There” (Mira Smith--Hip Hill) / MS-118: “I'll Be Lonesome When You're Gone” (Brad Ingles--Hip Hill), undated
72 Linda Brannon (Ram 11829) MS-123: “I'm Leavin'” (Smith-Brannon-Hagin--Hip Hill) / MS-124: “I Keep On Lovin' You” (Smith-Brannon-Hagin--Hip Hill), undated
73 Buddy Bregman and Orchestra (RCA Victor 47-6471) G2PW-0489: “Picnic” (George Dunning--Shapiro, Bernstein) / G2PW-0490: “Riviera” (Gilkyson-Miller-Dehr--Montclare), undated
74 Walter Brennan (Dot 45-142) MB-13954: “Dutchman's Gold” (Jerry Capehart--American) / MB-14316: “Back to the Farm” (Billy Vaughn--Talisman), undated
75 Walter Brennan (Liberty 55518) LB-1524: “White Christmas” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / LB-1525: “Henry Had a Merry Christmas” (Cliff Crofford--Glo-Mac), undated
76 Teresa Brewer (Signature SIG-102) TB-1: “Teddy” (Dixieland version) (George David Weiss-Bob Thiele--Abilene) / (Ballad version), undated
77 Jim Edward Brown and Maxine Brown (Fabor 122 promotional) A: “Do Memories Haunt You” (Lonnie Coleman--Dandelion) / B: “Jungle Magic” (Jack and Mary Gilbert--Dandelion), undated
78 Jim Edward Brown and Maxine Brown with Bonnie (Fabor 126 promotional) A: “Here Today and Gone Tomorrow” (Edward-Brown--Dandelion) / B: “You Thought I Thought” (Ira and Charlie Lauvin--Acuff-Rose), undated
79 The Browns (RCA Victor 47-7311) J2WW-3278: “Would You Care” (Preston Temple-J.E. Brown--Penix) / J2WW-3279: “The Trot” (Blake--Ashna), undated
80 Gary Bryant (Decca 9-30104) 45-100460: “I'm Just Wild About You” (Bryant-Johnny Horton-Tillman Franks) / 45-100461: “Summer Love Affair” (Bryant-Johnny Horton-Tillman Franks), undated
81 Don Burford (Fern 45-776) A: “I'm Guilty” (Burford-V. Fossett--Bayou State) / B: “I Guess I'll Be Blue” (P. Williams-B. Thomas--Cajun), undated
82 Smiley Burnette (Starday 586) A: “Old Fishin' Pole” (Burnette--Starday) / B: “It's My Lazy Day” (Burnette--Golden West), undated
83 Jerry Byrd (Mercury 70466X45) YW7637: “Sugar Blues” (Williams-Fletcher--Pickwick) / YW7639: “Texas Play Boy Rag” (Bob Wills--Hill and Range), undated
84 Carl Butler (Columbia 4-41263 promotional) JZSP 44454: “My Cajun Baby” (J.D. Miller--Peer) / JZSP 44456: “Baby I'm A-waitin'” (D. Winters--Tannen), undated
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51 1 John Cali (Mercury 70813X45) YW11988: “Burpin' the Banjo” (Cali--Frederick) / YW11989: “Easy Pickin'” (Cali--Frederick), undated
2 Glen Campbell (Crest 45-1087) YCM-2000: “The Miracle of Love” (Jerry Capehart-Clen Campbell--American) / ZCM-2001: “Brenda” (Billy Page--American), undated
3 Glen Campbell (Crest 45-1096) CM-1121: “The Miracle of Love” (Jerry Capehart-Clen Campbell--American) / CM-1122: “Once More” (Jerry Capehart--American), undated
4-5 Glen Campbell (Capitol 4783) 45-37727: “Too Late to Worry--Too Late to Cry” (Al Dexter--American) / 45-37729: “How Do I Tell My Heart Not to Break” (Jerry Capehart-Clen Campbell--American) (2 copies), undated
6 Glen Campbell (Capitol 5037) 45-50076: “Same Old Places” (Campbell--American) / 45-37729: “As Far As I'm Concerned” (Dale Parker--Rumbalero), undated
7 Glen Campbell (Capitol 5504) 45-53848: “Spanish Shades” (Campbell--Beechwood) / 45-55056: “The Universal Soldier” (Buffy St. Marie--Woodmere), undated
8 Glen Campbell (Capitol 2076) 45-58197: “Hey, Little One” (Dorsey Burnette-Barry De Vorzon--Sherman and De Vorzon) / 45-56991: “My Baby's Gone” (Hazel Houser--Central Songs), undated
9 Glen Campbell (Capitol 2146) 45-58893: “I Wanna Live” (John D. Loudermilk--Windward Side) / 45-58896: “That's All That Matters” (Hank Cochran--Pamper), undated
10 Glen Campbell (Capitol 4095) S45-91910: “Rhinestone Cowboy” (Larry Weiss--20th Century) / S45-90344: “Lovelight” (B.C. Graham-G. Castleberry--Allanwood, produced by Jimmy Bowen), undated
11 Glen Campbell (Capitol 4925) 45-38272: “Oh My Darlin'” (Jerry Capehart-Clen Campbell--American) / 45-38275: “Prima Donna” (Jerry Fuller--Four Star Sales), undated
12 Glen Campbell (Capitol 5638) 45-55241: “Satisfied Mind” (Red Hayes-Jack Rhodes--Starday) / 45-55467: “Can't You See I'm Tryin'” (Jerry Fuller-Glen Campbell--Four Star Sales), undated
13 Freddy Cannon (Warner Brothers 5645) HX14529: “Action” (Boyce-Venet--Screen Gems-Columbia) / HX14530: “Beachwood City” (Florio-Cannon-Travis--Helseon), undated
14 Martha Carson and Stuart Hamblen (RCA Victor promotional) F2-WW-2025: “The Ole Man” (Jack Fortune-Floyd Wilson--Valley) / Jim Reeves F2-WW-6579: “Highway to Nowhere” (Jim Hess--Valley), undated
15 Anita Carter (RCA Victor 47-6737 promotional) G2NH-9048: “If I Had a Needle and Thread” (Eve Jay--Marks) / “Believe It or Not” (Wayne Walker--Cedarwood); Country Pardners: G2NH-9049: “Pretty Polly” (Public domain) / “I Chose the Wrong Girl” (Bill Price-Bob Simpson--Acuff-Rose), undated
16 Helen Carter (Hickory 45-1062 promotional) 45-F-127: “There Ain't No Future for Me” (Helen Carter--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-128: “No, No, It's Not So” (Miller-Kershaw--Acuff-Rose), undated
17 Helen Carter (Hickory 45-1076 promotional) 45-F-156: “Set the Wedding” (Helen Carter--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-157: “What's to Become of Me Now” (Carter--Acuff-Rose), undated
18 Helen Carter and Wiley Barkdull (Hickory 45-1069 promotional) 45-F-154: “I'd Like To” (June Carter--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-153: “He Made You for Me” (Helen and June Carter--Acuff-Rose), undated
19 Wilf Carter (Montana Slim) (RCA Victor 47-4252) A: “Tears Don't Always Mean a Broken Heart” (Arthur Smith) / B: “Wha Hoppen?” (Wilf Carter), undated
20 Johnny Cash (Sun 241) U-190: “Get Rhythm” (Cash--Hi Lo) / U-191: “I Walk the Line” (Cash--Hi Lo), undated
21 Johnny Cash (Sun 241) U-191: “I Walk the Line” (Cash--Hi Lo) / U-192: “Get Rhythm” (Cash--Hi Lo), undated
22 Johnny Cash (Sun 283) U-284: “Ballad of a Teenage Queen” (J. Clement--Knox) / U-285: “Big River” (Cash--Hi Lo), undated
23-24 Johnny Cash (Sun 363 promotional) U-445: “Sugartime” Phillips-Echols--Nor Va Jak) / U-446: “My Treasurer” (Cash--Hi Lo) (2 copies), undated
25 Johnny Cash (Sun 363) U-445: “Sugartime” Phillips-Echols--Nor Va Jak) / U-446: “My Treasurer” (Cash--Hi Lo), undated
26 Johnny Cash (Columbia 4-41313) ZSP 45251: “Don't Take Your Guns to Town” (Cash) / ZSP 45260: “I Still Miss Someone” (Cash), undated
27 Johnny Cash (Columbia B-2155) JZEP 47962: “The Rebel--Johnny Yuma” (Markowitz-Fenady--Witmark) / “Remember the Alamo” (Jane Bowers--Vidor); JZEP 4796: “The Ballad of Boot Hill” (Perkins--Hill and Range) / “Lorena” (Charlie Williams--S.E.S.A.C.), undated
28 Bobby Cavazos (Monument 45-886 promotional) D4W-673: “Margarita” (Boudeleaux and Felive Bryant) / “Martinique” (Boudeleaux and Felive Bryant), undated
29 Les Chambers (Starday 45-206) 2190: “Real Sincerely” (Chambers--Starrite) / “Give Me a Little More” (Chambers--Starrite), undated
30 Chantilly (Jaroco JR-51282) A: “Stumblin' In” (M. Chapman-N. Chinn--Chinnicap) / B: “Better Off Blue” (Jimmy Prichett-Allan Chapman--United Artists), undated
31 Chantilly (F and L FL 523) A: “Storm of Love” (Buzz Cason-Todd Cerney--Let There Be Music) / B: “Whatever Turns You On” (Jerry Fuller--Wingtip), undated
32 The Cheers (Capitol F2921 promotional) 45-12941: “Arivederci” (Bob Roberts-Bob Sherman--Quintet) / “I Need Your Lovin' (Bazoom)” (Jerry Leiber-Mike Stoller--Quintet), undated
33-42 Boyd Chisum (F and L FL 543) A: “Till Dawn Do Us Part” (Bucky Allred-John Louis Alsip--Sacatone) / B: “Give Me a Sign” (William Boyd Chisum--Sacatone) (10 copies), undated
43 Patsy Cline (Decca 9-30846 and 30842 promotional EP): “Cry Not for Me” (Don Hecht-E. Bassey--Sunnyside) / “Yes, I Understand” (C. Beam-Charles L. Giles-W.S. Stevenson--Four Star); Carl Belew: “Am I That Easy to Forget” (C. Belew-W.S. Stevenson--Four Star) / “Such Is Life” (B. Brock-C. Belew-W.S. Stevenson--Four Star), undated
44 Deral Clour and Charley Drake (Hu-Se-Co A-1056) A: “Sundown Boogie” (Odell Johnson--Sonnet) / B: “Winter (In My Heart)” (Odell Johnson--Sonnet), undated
45 The Coachmen (Capitol P5896 promotional) 45-X45838: “Gabrielle” (Kent-Kirk-Drew-Stewart-Bradbury--Francis, Day and Hunter) / 45-X45839: “Seasons in the Sun” (Jacques Brel-Rod McKuen--Edward B. Marks), undated
46 Nat “King” Cole (Capitol F2897 promotional) 45-9224: “It's Crazy” (Jimmie Rogers-Al Fields--Crestview) / 45-12854: “Smile” (Chaplin-Turner-Parsons--Bourne), undated
47 Nat “King” Cole (Capitol5412) 45-AA53465: “The Ballad of Cat Ballou” (Mack David-Jerry Livingston--Colgems) / 45-AA53491: “They Can't Make Her Cry” (Mack David-Jerry Livingston--Colgems), undated
48 Lonnie Coleman and Jessie Robertson (Fabor 124) A: “Oh Honey, Why Don't Cha” (Coleman--Dandelion) / B: “Dolores Diane” (Coleman--Dandelion), undated
49-51 The Commodores (Dot 45-15245) MW-8973: “Cream Puff” (Glenn-Montgomery--Gallatin) / MW-8974: “Close to My Heart” (Hubbard-Glenn-Montgomery--Gallatin) (3 copies), undated
52-54 The Commodores (Dot 45-15372) M-8621: “Uranium” (Artie Glenn--Fairway) / M-8624: “Riding on a Train” (Glenn-Montgomery--Gallatin) (3 copies), undated
55-56 The Commodores (Dot 45-15439) MW-9010: “Speedoo” (Esther Navarre--Rush) / MW-9011: “Whole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On” (D.C. Williams) (2 copies), undated
57 The Commodores (Dot 45-15461) MW-9118: “Two Loves Have I” (Murray-Trivers-Scotto--Miller) / MW-9119: “Who Said I Said That” (Bryant-Tanner), undated
58-59 The Commodores (Challenge 1004-45) CH112: “Sweet Angel” (Danny Wolfe--Golden West) / CH 113: “Not a Day Goes By” (D. Wolfe-J. Freeman--Golden West) (2 copies), undated
60 The Commodores (Challenge 1007-45, Label A) “I'll Be There (When You Get Lonely)” (Burgess--Golden West) / “Faith” (Glasser-Johnson-Organ--Golden West), undated
61-64 The Commodores (Challenge 1007-45, Label B) “I'll Be There (When You Get Lonely)” (Burgess--Golden West) / “Faith” (Glasser-Johnson-Organ--Golden West) (4 copies), undated
65 Perry Como (RCA Victor EPB 3023) E2PW-0411: “That Christmas Feeling” (Benny Benjamin-George Weiss) / “I'll Be Home for Christmas” (Kent-Gannon-Ram); E2PW-0412: “Silent Night” (Mohr-Gruber) / “O Come, All Ye Faithful” (Latin hymn), undated
66 Perry Como (RCA Victor WP 187) 47-2843A: “When Day Is Done” (B. G. DeSylva-Robert Katscher); 47-2843B: “When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver” (Charlie Tobias-Peter DeRose), undated
67 Ray Coniff (Columbia 4-43975) JZSP 115880: “Games That Lovers Play” (L. Kusik-E. Snyder-G. Loose-J. Last) / JZSP 115880: “Cabaret” (F. Ebb-J. Kander), undated
68 Coralairs (National Recording NRC 5009) S-445: “Louis the Elf” (David Del Sesto-Arnold Warren--Wonder) / S-446: “Buon Natale” (Bob Saffer-Frank Linale--Ivan Mogull), undated
69 Don Cornell (Dot 45-161) MB-10989: “It Isn't Fair” (Himbert-Warschauer-Spirgato--Words and Music) / MB-12524: “I'll Walk Alone” (S. Cahn-J. Styne--Mayfair), undated
70 Orville Couch (Starday 45-326) 2595: “I Will If You Will” (B. Williamson-A. Blasingame--Starrite) / “Five Cent Candy” (Orville Couch-Carrie Smith--Starrite), undated
71 David Craig (Imperial X8284) IF-677: “Checker Game” (D. Craighead--Commodore) / IF-678: “Replace My Heart” (D. Craighead-L.F. Fowler--Commodore), undated
72 Francis Craig (Dot 45-1230 MB-8252: “Near You” (Craig Goell--Supreme) / MB-8253: “Beg Your Pardon” (F. Craig-B. Smith--Robbins), undated
73 Floyd Cramer (MGM K12306) 55-XY-237: “Good Time Cake Walk” (Rose--Milene) / 55-XY-655: “Pretty Blue Jeans” (Cramer--Acuff-Rose), undated
74 Floyd Cramer (MGM K12520) 57-XY-107: “Funny Face” (Cramer--Acuff-Rose) / 55-XY-457: “Waltz with Cramer” (Wise-Moody; Haynes-Foree-Copas; Stewart-King--Acuff-Rose), undated
75 Fred Crawford (Starday 45-218) 2359: “Just Another Broken Heart” (F. Crawford--Starrite) / 2360: “Me and My New Baby” (E. Noack--Starrite), undated
76 The Crickets (Brunswick 9-55009) 45-102,021: “I'm Lookin' for Someone to Love” (Buddy Holly-Norman Petty) / 45-102,022: “That'll Be the Day” (Jerry Allison-Buddy Holly-Norman Petty), undated
77 Gary Crosby and Friend (Decca 9-27112) 45-L5699: “Play a Simple Melody” (Irving Berlin) / 45-L5699: “Sam's Song (The Happy Tune)” (Lew Quadling-Jack Elliott), undated
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52 1 Ted Daffan and His Texans (Daffan 45-102) B: “Bottom of the List” (Jerry Irby--Hill and Range) / T: “Tangled Mind” (Daffan-Shoss--Hill and Range), undated
2 Eddie Dale (Imperial X8283) IF-679: “Okefenokee” (L.F. Fowler-S. Mobley-C.Collins--Commodore) / IF-680: “How Much Can a Heart Take” (L.F. Fowler-S. Mobley-C.Collins--Commodore), undated
3 Durwood Daly (Caprock--Big Spring, Texas 45-108) HB-2647: “I'm a Lonesome Old Boy” (D. and Pat Haddock--Larrah) / HB-2648: "That's the Way It Goes” (D. and Pat Haddock--Larrah), undated
4 Vic Dana (Dolton 319) DO-846: “I Love You Drops” (Bill Anderson--Moss-Rose) / DO-847: “Sunny Skies” (J. Gonzalez-A. Corral--Metric), undated
5 Jack Daniels (Four Star EP-33) A-C: “What Did She Say (About Me)” / “Too Soon to Tell”; B-C: “Love Me” / “Remember Your Promise” (all C. Harris--Four Star), undated
6 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-5345) E3VW-0668: “I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know” (Cecil Null) / E3VW-0670: “Rock-A-Bye Boogie” (Will Carson-Rocky Starr), 1953
7 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-5843 promotional) E4VW-4963: “Just Like Me” (Shorty Long-Bob Newman--Tannen) / E4VW-4965: “Show Me” (Johnny Hicks--Trinity), 1954
8 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-6086 promotional) E4VW-4967: “Fiddle Diddle Boogie” (Jim Leisy-Charles Grean--Trinity) / E4VW-4977: “Come Back to Me” (M. Bamford-L. Webb--Jamboree), 1955
9 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-6409 promotional) E4VW-4964: “Don't Take Him for Granted” (Hy Gilbert--Trinity) / F2WW-6503: “Blues for Company” (Martha Carson--Valley), 1956
10 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-6490) G2WW-2427: “Lonely and Blue” (Harold Barlow--Reis) / G2WW-2429: “Lying Brown Eyes” (Bill Carver--Tannen), 1956
11 The Davis Sisters (RCA Victor 47-6187 promotional) E3VW-2610: “I've Closed the Door” (Skeeter Davis-Georgie Davis--Tannen) / F2WW-3928: “I'll Get Him Back” (Floyd Wilson--Valley), undated
12 Link Davis (Starday 45-235) 2417: “Sixteen Chicks” (L. Davis-W. Walker--Starrite) / 2418: “Deep in the Heart of a Fool” (L. Davis--Starrite), 1956
13 Link Davis (Starday 45-242) 2417: “Sixteen Chicks” (L. Davis-W. Walker--Starrite) / 2441: “Grasshopper Rock” (Davis--Starrite), 1956
14 Link Davis (Starday 45-275) 2500: “Would You Be Waiting” (D. Denson-L. Davis--Starrite) / 2441: “Buffalo Bayou” (D. Denson-L. Davis--Starrite), 1957
15-16 Paul Davis (MGM K12357 promotional) 56-XY-321: “I Must Turn My Face to the Wall” (Hudgins--Acuff-Rose) / 56-xy-322: “Big Money” (Davis--Acuff-Rose) (2 copies), undated
17 Sammy Davis, Jr. (Decca 9-29200) 45-86373: “Because of You--Part 1” / Part 2 (both Dudley Wilkinson-A. Hammerstein), 1954
18 Sammy Davis, Jr. (Decca 9-29402) 45-L 8065: “Six Bridges to Cross” (Henry Mancini-Jeff Chandler) / 45-L 8066: “All of You” (Cole Porter), 1955
19 Sammy Davis, Jr. (RepriseR-20,048) 444: “Gonna Build a Mountain” (Bricusse-Newley--Ludlow) / 1237: “What Kind of Fool Am I” (Bricusse-Newley--Ludlow), 1960
20 Doris Day (Columbia 4-41123 promotional) JRZSP 40451: “Teacher's Pet” (J. Lubin--Daywin) / JRZSP 40511: “A Very Precious Love” (P.F. Webster-S. Fain--Wilmark), undated
21 Helene De Lys (MGM K12399) 56-XY-366: “More Than That” (Wayne-Jay) / 56-XY-367: “I Couldn't Care Less” (Wayne-Fitzgerald), undated
22 Eddie Dean (Sage 45-249) A: “Iowa Rose” (George R. Kocur-Smokey Smith--Sage and Sand) / B: “Nothing but Echos” (Blair-Duhig--Lorelei), undated
23- Jimmy Dean (Mercury 71313X45) YW14970: “What This Old World Needs” (R. Shannon-J. Dean) / YW14974: “Fool in Love” (B. Grammer-J. Dean), 1958
24- Jimmy Dean (Columbia 4-40995 promotional) JSZP 42144: “Love Me So I'll Know” (Paul Hampton--Famous) / JSZP 42145: “Deep Blue Sea” (Steve Harvey-Martin Seligson--Dominion), 1957
25 Jimmy Dean (Columbia promotional) JSZP 111915: “Blue Christmas” (B. Hayes-J. Johnson--Bibo) / JSZP 111916: “Yes, Patricia, There Is a Santa Claus” (J. Dean-R. Tupert-D. Sebesky--Plainview), 1965
26 Dee and Patty (D Records) 1040: “Ohh-Wow” / 1041: “Sweet Lovin' Baby” (both D. Mullinax-Patsy Timmons--Starrite), undated
27 Buddy DeVal (Abbott 183) A: “Mate of the Wind” / B: “Guilty” (both Don Grashey-Buddy DeVal--Dandelion), undated
28 The Diamonds (Churchill CR 94101) A: “Just a Little Bit” (Roger Cook-Bobby Wood--Chriswood) / B: “You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling” (P. Spector-B. Mann-C. Weill--Screengems-Colgems), undated
29 Elroy Dietzel (Bo-Kay K-101) G8OW-6412: “Precious Desires” / G8OW-6413: “Teenage Ball” (both E.C. Dietzel--Boquet), undated
30 Andy Doll (Ad J8OW) 6023: “Hey Ba Ba Re Bop” (Hampton-Hamner--Leeds) / 6025: “Rollin Rhythm” (Doll--Ridgeway), undated
31 Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods (ABC 11435) 45-16560-S: “Billy, Don't Be a Hero” (M. Murray-P. Callendar) / 45-14561-S: “Don't Ever Look Back” (D. Walsh-M. Bottler--American Broadcasting), undated
32 Jimmy Dorsey (Fraternity f-755) G9OW-1174: “So Rare” (Jerry Herst-Jack Sharpe--Robbins) / G9OW-1175: “Sophisticated Swing” (Will Hudson-Mitchell Parish), undated
33- Glenn Douglas (Decca 9-30602 promotional) 104,451: “I Won't Care” (Douglas--Copar) / 104,452: “You Sure Look Lonesome" (Douglas-Hutchinson--Forrest), undated
34 Tony Douglas (Cowtown Hoedown 45-779) SO-135: “Old Blue Monday” (Amos Boyd) / SO-236: “Echoes of You" (T. Douglas), 1958
35 Rusty Draper (Mercury 70619X45) YW11492: “That's All I Need” (Chase-Baker--Rush) / YW11493: “Eating Goober Peas” (Public domain/David Carroll-George Stone), 1955
36 Rusty Draper (Mercury 70696X45) YW12105: “The Shifting, Whispering Sands” (M. Gilbert-V. Gilbert) / YW12106: “Time” (Martin-Seligson), 1955
37 Rusty Draper (Mercury 71102X45) YW15360: “Seven Come Eleven” (Gold-Ranucci--Rush) / YW15359: “Freight Train” (James-Williams/Elizabeth Cotten), 1957
38 Tommy Duncan (Coral 9-61474) 45-L8394: “I'll Never Worry You” (Jack Kenny--Riverside) / 45-L8397: “Somebody's Pushin'” (Lee Hays-Sonny Harper-Tommy Duncan--Nutmeg), undated
39 Jim Eanes (Starday 45-297) 2561: “Your Old Standby” (J. Eanes-W. Perry--Starrite) / 2564: “Don't Stop Now” (Eanes--Starrite), 1956
40 Jim Eanes (Mercury 71229X45) YW15025: “Two Hearts Are Better Than One” (J. Eanes--Starrite) / YW15026: “Settle Down” (George Jones-L. Henderson, Jr.--Starrite), 1957
41 Jimmy Edwards (Mercury 71209X45) YW16020: “Love Bug Crawl” (Bukkington-Foshee--Mayflower) / YW16023: “Honey Lovin'” (Bullington--Mayflower), 1957
42 Johnny Elgin (Roulette RCW-7005 promotional) 12340: “Sittin' At Home With the Blues” (Jack Toombs--Cedarwood) / 12341: “Yes, I Love You” (Danny Dill--Cedarwood), undated
43 Patsy Elshire (Starday 115) 2001: “Pieces of a Heart” (Elshire--Starrite) / 2003: “You Can't Play In My House” (Elshire--Starrite), undated
44 Melvin Endsley (RCA Victor 47-6891) G2WW-5457: “Is It True” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose) / G2WW-5459: “I Like Your Kind of Love” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose), undated
45 Melvin Endsley (RCA Victor 47-6968) H2WW-0710: “Lonely All Over Again” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose) / H2WW-0711: “Keep A-Lovin' Me, Baby” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose), undated
46 Melvin Endsley (RCA Victor 47-7062) H2WW-5646: “Hungry Eyes” (Weisman-Harris-E.B. Dean--Alamo) / H2WW-5648: “Lovin' On My Mind” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose), undated
47 Preston Epps (Majesty 1300 promotional) A: “Bongo Boogie” (S. Nelson-D. Podlor--Podlor) / B: “Flemenco [sic] Bongo” (Dick Podlor--Podlor), undated
48 Preston Epps (Original O-4) OR-010-X: “Bongo Rock” (Epps-Egnolan--Drive-In) / OR-011: “Bongo Party” (A. Egnolan) (Broken), undated
49 The Esquire Boys (Dot 45-15380) F90W-0223: “Dark Eyes” (arr. Bob Scaltrito--Gallatin) / F90W-0226: “Guitar Mambo” (B. Scaltrito-J. Scaltrito--Gallatin), undated
50 The Everly Brothers (Cadence 1315) H90B 4439: “I Wonder If I Care As Much” (P. Everly-D. Everly--Acuff-Rose) / H90B 4440: “Bye Bye Love" (B. Bryant-F. Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
51 The Everly Brothers (Cadence 1337) 1337-A: “Wake Up Little Susie” (F. Bryant-B. Bryant--Acuff-Rose) / 1337-B: “Maybe Tomorrow” (D. Everly-P. Everly--Acuff-Rose), undated
52-53 The Everly Brothers (Cadence 1348) J8-OW-2598: “All I Have To Do Is Dream” (Boudleux-Bryant--Acuff-Rose) / J8-OW-2599: “Claudette” (Roy Orbison--Acuff-Rose) (2 copies), undated
54 Marianne Faithfull (London 45 LON 9780) DR 35769: “The Sha La La Song” (Farr--Sydney Bron) / DR 36078: “Summer Nights” (Henderson-Strike--Sea-Lark), undated
55 Bill Farrell (Mercury 70779X45) YW11009: “Am I Blue” (Harry Akst--W. Witmark) / YW11282: “I Cover the Waterfront” (Heyman-Green--Harms), 1955
56 Eddie Fisher (RCA Victor CEP-6144X) G7OH-6144: “Wish You Were Here” / “I'll Hold You in My Heart” / “Lady of Spain”; G70OH-6145: “I'm Walking Behind You” / “Downhearted” / “Outside of Heaven”, undated
57 Eddie Fisher (Dot 45-16824) MB-20164: “They Call the Wind Maria” (Lerner-Lowe--Chappell) / MB-20253: “Great Day” (Eliscu-Rose-Youmans), undated
58 Miss Toni Fisher (Signet 3-275) 45-ST-1084: “The Big Hurt” (Wayne Shanklin) / 45-ST-1085: “Memphis Belle” (W. Shanklin-Al Sherman), undated
59 The Folkel Minority (Folksee 81X91) 001: “Freeze A Yankee” (B. Arnold-B. Sturgeon--Mockingbird) / 002: “A Tribute to the Trinity” (B. Sturgeon--Mockingbird), undated
60 The Fontane Sisters (Dot 45-118) MB-8472: “Hearts of Stone” (Ray-Jackson--Regent) / MB-8920: “Seventeen” (Bennett-Gorman-Young--Lois), undated
61 Glenn Forbes and Buster Morre (Zana HO8W) 2017: “My Only Love” (C. Edens--Tenneva) / 2018: “There'll Never Be” (Cecil Null--Tenneva), undated
62 Tennessee Ernie Ford (Capitol F2-756 promotional) A: “Sweet Hour of Prayer” / “When They Ring the Golden Bells”; B: “In the Garden” (C. Austin--Robbins) / “The Old Rugged Cross” (Rev. George Bennard--Robbins), undated
63 The Four Coins (Epic 5-9213) ZSP 41239: “Shangri-La” (Sigman-Malneck-R. Maxwell) / ZSP 41240: “First in Line” (Schroeder-Weisman), undated
64 The Four Freshmen (Capitol F2898 promotional) 45-12347: “We'll Be Together Again” (Frankie Laine-Carl Fischer--Marmor) / 45-12349: “My Heart Stood Still” (Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart--Harms), undated
65 The Four Freshmen (Capitol F3359 promotional) 45-14305: “Love Is Just Around the Corner” (Lewis Gensler-Leo Robin--Famous) / 45-14338: “Angel Eyes” (Matt Dennis-Earl Brent--Bradshaw), undated
66 The Four Freshmen (Capitol F3410 promotional) 45-15285: “Graduation Day” (Joe Sherman-Noel Sherman--Sheldon) / 45-14338: “Lonely Night in Paris” (Bobby Troup-Bobby Alciver--Starlight), undated
67 The Four Lads (Columbia 4-40629) ZSP 37542: “No, Not Much” (Stillman-R. Allen) / ZSP 37543: “I'll Never Know” (Jordan-Minucci), undated
68-82 Four Teens (Challenge 59021 promotional) 45-246: “Go Little Go Cat” (James Bassey--Wallace Fowler) / 45-247: “Spark Plug” (Dave Burgess--Golden West) (15 copies), 1958
83 Connie Francis (MGM K12588) 57-XY-622: “Who's Sorry Now” (Snyder-Kalmar-Ruby--Mills) / 57-XY-624: “You Were Only Fooling” (Fotine-Meadows-Faber--Shapiro Bernstein), undated
84 Ernie Freeman (Imperial X5486) IM-1463: “The Tuttle” (M. Uniman-H. Stanley and Pye) / IM-1464: “Leaps and Bounds” (Scott-Ellis-Butler-Shepherd), 1958
85 The Frogs (Mums ZS7 6006) BA JZS7 6006) 1: “I Dig Rock 'N' Roll Music” (P. Stookey-J. Mason-D. Dixon--Pepamar) / 2: “Tweedlee Dee” (W. Scott--Hill and Range), undated
86 Jane Froman (Capitol F2979 promotional) 45-20495: “The Finger of Suspicion Points At You” (Paul Mann-Al Lewis--Pickwick) / same as Side A, undated
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53 1 Bob Gallion (MGM K12327) 56-XY-60: “A Fool in Love” (Gallion) / 56-XY-62: “Trademark on What I've Found” (Gallion), undated
2 Bob Gallion (MGM K12466 promotional) 56-XY-535: “I Want Her Blues” (Gallion-O'Neil--Acuff-Rose) / 56-XY-538: “Out of a Honky Tonk” (Gallion-McDaniel--Acuff-Rose), undated
3 Bob Gallion (MGM K12628 promotional) 56-XY-269: “I Miss You” / 56-XY-270: “Baby, Love Me” (both Gallion--Acuff-Rose), undated
4 Bob Gallion (MGM K12700 promotional) 58-XY-507: “That's What I Tell My Heart” (Gallion-McDaniel--Acuff-Rose) / 56-XY-508: “Run Boy” (Heath--Milene), undated
5 Judy Garland (Capitol EAP 2-734 Part 2) “Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries” (Ray Henderson-Lew Brown--De Sylva) / “Any Place I Hang My Hat Is Home” (Harold Arlen-Johnny Mercer--A-M); “Just Imagine” (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson--De Sylva) / “April Showers” (Louis Silvers-B.G. DeSylva--Harms), undated
6 Crystal Gayle (United Artists UA-XW1016) UAST-18639: “Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” (R. Leigh--UA) / UAST-18642: “It's All Right With Me” (C. Porter--Chappell), undated
7 Don Gibson (MGM K12494) 56-XY-222: “It Happens Everytime” (Endsley--Acuff-Rose) / 56-XY-224: “I Ain't A-Studying You, Baby” (Gibson--Acuff-Rose), undated
8 Don Gibson (RCA Victor 47-7133) H2WW-7340: “Oh Lonesome Me” (Gibson--Acuff-Rose) / H2WW-7341: “I Can't Stop Lovin' You” (Gibson--Acuff-Rose) (Label torn), undated
9 Mickey Gilley (Epic 9-50876) ZSS 166978: “True Love Ways” (N. Petty-B. Holly) / ZSS 166979: “The More I Turn the Bottle Up” (S. Garland), undated
10 Bobby Goldsboro (United Artists UA 50,283) ZTSP 140052: “Honey” (B. Russell--Russell Cason, produced by Bob Montgomery) / ZTSP 140053: “Danny” (B. Goldsboro--Unart), undated
11 Bill Goodwin (Starday 45-710) A: “Second in Your Heart” (C. Goodwin-S. Sasser--Starrite) / B: “Teenage Blues” (P. Sasser-S. Sasser--Starrite), undated
12 Charlie Gore (King 1483 promotional) K3975: “I've Got My Doubts About You” (Gore--Mar-Kay) / K3976: “I Wish There Was Something I Could Do” (Gore--Mar-Kay), undated
13 Charlie Gore (King 1498 promotional) K3977: “Everything But a One Man Woman” (Buford Abner--Mar-Kay) / K3978: “If I Told You, Would You Believe Me” (Gore--Mar-Kay), undated
14 Charlie Gore (King 4879 promotional) K4025: “Dark As a Dungeon” (Louis Jones--Lois) / K4026: “Stumbling Block” (Lucille Dupree--Jay and Cee), undated
15 Charlie Gore (King 4908 promotional) K4027: “Somebody's Been” (Gore--Mar-Kay) / K4028: “Gonna Take Another Walk Downtown” (Gore-Abner--Mar-Kay), undated
16 Gogi Grant (Era NL4026) A: “The Wayward Wind” (Herb Newman-Stan Lebowsky--Warman) / B: “No More Than Forever” (Harold H. Dickinson--Thundercloud), undated
17 The Green River Boys (featuring Glen Campbell) (Capitol 4867) 45-37803: “Truck Driving Man” (Terry Fell--American) / 45-37847: “Kentucky Means Paradise” (Merle Travis--American), undated
18 Buck Griffin (Lin 1018 Promotional, Gainesville, Texas) A: “Neither Do I” / B: “Little Dan” (both Griffin--Lin), undated
19 Griz Green's Arizonans (MGM K12432 promotional) 57-XY-24: “I Got a Date with a Saint” / 57-XY-27: “Wherever You Are” (both Green--Gale and Gales), undated
20-27 Don Guess (Brunswick 9-55101 promotional) 105,672: “Shirl-Lee” (Don Guess-Odis Echols, Sr.--Copar) / 105,675: “Just a Little Lovin' Baby” (C. Towns-A. Middleton-J. Martin--Marfan) (8 copies), undated
28 Stuart Hamblen (RCA Victor 47-5739 promotional) E4-VW-3905: “This Ole House” (Hamblen--Hamblen) / E4KW-7159: “The Inspiring Story Behind 'This Ole House'” (Hamblen), undated
29 Dick Haymes (Capitol F3565) 45-15649: “Two Different Worlds” (Sid Wayne-Al Frisch--Princess) / 45-21217: “Never Leave Me” (Gordon Jenkins--Leeds), undated
30 Bobby Helms (Decca 9-30194) 10174: “Fräulein” (Lawton Williams) / 10175: “(Got a) Heartsick Feeling” (Cindy Walker), undated
31 Bobby Helms (Columbia 4-42801) ZSP 75019: “Fräulein” (Lawton Williams) / ZSP 75020: “My Special Angel” (J. Duncan), undated
32 Skitch Henderson (Columbia ML5781) JZSP 58478: “Winter Wonderland” (D. Smith-F. Bernard--Bregman) / JZSP 58479: “Paris Match” (S. Henderson--Weizheim), undated
33 The Hilltoppers (Dot 45-112) MB-6025: “Trying” (Billy Vaughn--Randy-Smith) / MB-7067: “P.S. I Love You” (J. Mercer-G. Jenkins--Commander), undated
34 The Hilltoppers (Dot 45-113) MB-7066: “Love Walked In” (G.-I. Gershwin--Chappell) / MB-8178: “From the Vine Came the Grape” (Cunningham-Whitcup--Randy-Smith), undated
35 The Hilltoppers (Dot 45-115) MB-8155: “Trying” (Billy Vaughn--Randy-Smith) / MB-9470: “Marianne” (Gilkvson-Dehr-Miller--Montclare), undated
36 The Hi-Los (Columbia 4-40975) JRSVP 40206: “A Shine on Your Shoes” (Dietz-Schwartz--Harms) / JZSP 41868: “Pamela Throws a Party” (R. Allen--Kerwin), undated
37 The Hollies (Epic 5-10298) ZSP 136455: “Try It” / ZSP 13656: “Jennifer Eccles” (both T. Hicks-A. Clarke-G. Nash), undated
38 Homer and Jethro (RCA Victor 47-5867 promotional) E4-VW-5409: “Hey There” (Richard Adler-Jerry Ross--Frank) / E4-VW-5414: “They Were Doin' the Mambo” (Don Raye--E.H. Morris) undated
39 Lena Horne (RCA Victor 47-6073 promotional) F2-PW-1646: “I Love to Love” (Herb Baker--Hayton-Horne) / F2-PW-1647: “Love Me or Leave Me” (Gus Kahn-Walter Donaldson--Bregman), undated
40 Johnny Horton (Columbia 4-41339 promotional) JZSP 45741: “The Battle of New Orleans” (Warden) / JZSP 45742: “All for the Love of a Girl” (Horton--American), undated
41 Engelbert Humperdinck (Epic 8-50270) ZSS 162063: “After the Lovin'” (A. Bernstein-R. Adams) / ZSS 162064: “Let's Remember the Good Times” (A. Schroeck), 1976
42 Brian Hyland (Dot 45-17176) MB-23520: “Tragedy” (F. Burch-G. Nelson--Bluff City) / MB-23728: “You'd Better Stop--And Think It Over” (J. Barden-B. Warren--Par-Ed), undated
43 Julio Iglesias and Willie Nelson (Columbia 38-04217) ZSS 16494: “To All the Girls I've Loved Before” (A. Hammond-H. David) / “I Don't Want to Wake You” (P. McCann-W. Holyfield), 1984
44 The Jack Halloran Singers (Dot 45-16410) MB-10105: “The Little Drummer Boy” (Simeone-Onorati-Davis--Mills) / same as Side A, undated
45 Sonny James (Capitol F3542) 45-15781: “Hello Old Broken Heart” (Joe Allison-Audrey Allison--Central Songs) / 45-15797: “The Cat Came Back” (Sonny James--Beechwood), undated
46 Sonny James (Capitol F3602) 45-16002: “You're the Reason I'm in Love” (Jack Morrow--Beechwood) / 45-16003: “Young Love” (Carole Joyner-Ric Cartey--Lowery), undated
47 Sonny James (Capitol 2700 promotional) PRO-4906: “It's Just a Matter of Time” (Otis-Benton-Hendricks--Eden) / PRO-4907: “This World of Ours” (Ted Riedel--Marson), undated
48 Sonny James (Capitol EAP 3-867 Part 3): “Heartaches” (Al Hoffman-John Klenner) / “Just Out of Reach” (V.F. Stewart); “Because of You” (Arthur Hammerstein-Dudley Wilkinson) / “Almost” (Vic McAlpin-Jack Toombs), undated
49 Waylon Jennings (Brunswick 9-55130) 107,120: “When Sin Stops” (Bob Vanable--Nor Va Jak) / 107,121: “Jole Blon” (Buddy Dee--Starrite), undated
50 Carol Johnson (RCA Victor 47-6555) G2WW-0272: “Your Wild Life's Gonna Get You Down” (Bob Gallion--Acuff-Rose) / G2WW-0274: “According to Law” (Al Blasingame--Cedarwood), undated
51 Carol Johnson (RCA Victor 47-6688 promotional) G2NH-75452: “Let Him Go, Step Aside” (Ruby Moody--Murray Nash) / “I Haven't Got the Right” (Carol Johnson--Ernest Tubb); G2NH-7546: “I Love 'Em All” (Dave Rich--Tree) / “I'm Sorry Goodbye” (Dave Rich-Boudleaux Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
52 Al Jolson (Decca 9-30600 promotional) 104,447: “Easter Parade” (Irving Berlin--Berlin) / 104,448: “Remember” (Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
53 The Jordanaires (Capitol EAP 1-1311) F6-1311: “Roll, Jordan, Roll” (Central Songs) / “Sit Down” (Hawkins-Matthews-Stoker-Walker--Central); F6-1311: “Let Us Break Bread Together” (Central) / “Same Train” (Hawkins-Matthews-Stoker-Walker--Central), undated
54 The Kim Sisters (Monument 45-829 promotional) B4W-247: “We're Going Back Together” (Hank Cochran--Pamper) / B4W-253: “Blueberry Pie” (Boudleaux and Felice Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
55 Buddy Knox (United Artists UA 50596 promotional) UA 4521: “Salt Lake City” (B. Knox--Unart) / UA 4523: “I'm Only Rockin'” (M. Newbury--Acuff-Rose), undated
56 André Kostelanetz (Columbia promotional) JZSP 111905: “O Come All Ye Faithful” / JZSP 111906: “Oh Tannenbaum”, undated
57 Rich Landers (AMI 1305) AA: “Pull My String” (Landers--Escrow) / B: “Friday Night Feeling” (Landers--Farce/Terrace), undated
58 Rich Landers (AMI 1311) A: “Take It All” (Landers--Escrow) / B: “What Will I Do Without You” (Landers--NUB-PUB), undated
59 Mario Lanza (RCA Victor 47-6478) G2RW-1194: “Serenade” / G2RW-1195: “My Destiny” (both Cahn-Brodszky--Harms), undated
60 Mario Lanza (RCA Victor 49-4220 promotional) E4RW-1184: “Golden Days” (Romberg-Donnelly) / “Summertime in Heidelberg” (Brodszky-Webster); E4RW-1185: “Drink, Drink, Drink” (Romberg-Donnelly), undated
61 Lee and Jessie and the Rocky Mountain Boys (Mark 45-62858) 1: “I Dreamed of an Angel” / 2: “Honky Tonk Sweetheart” (both C.E. Gann--Seminole), undated
62 Jerry Lee Lewis (Sun 267) U-246: “It'll Be Me” (Jack Clement--Knox) / U-247: “Whole Lot of Shakin' Going On” (D. Williams-S. David--Marlyn), undated
63 Jerry Lee Lewis (Sun 281) U-276: “You Win Again” (Hank Williams--Acuff-Rose) / U-277: “Great Balls of Fire” (Hammer-Blackwell--BRS), undated
64 Joe Liggins (Dot 45-148) MB-9266: “The Honeydripper” (Liggins--Northern) / MB-9267: “I've Got a Right to Cry” (Liggins--Recordo), undated
65 Bob Linkletter (Chattahoochee CH 702) 1: “The Out Crowd” (Bob Linkletter-Mark Hilder--Bob-A-Link) / 2: “The Final Season” (Robert J. Hafner), undated
66 Hank Locklin (RCA Victor 47-7127) H2WW-0775: “Send Me the Pillow You Dream On” (Locklin--Four Star) / H2WW-0776: “Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me” (Wayne Raney--Lois), 1957
67 Los Copacabana (CAP 6900) 45 63199: “Que Bonita Es Mi Tierra” (Ruben Fuentes--Peer) / 45 63200: “Hare Krishna” (Ragni-Rado-McDermot--UA), undated
68-69 The Los Vegas (Columbia 4-44014 promotional) JZSP 117491: “As Time Goes By” (H. Hupfeld--Harms) / JZSP 117492: “It Happened While Dancing” (A. Simms--Ben Bloom) (2 copies), undated
70 The Love Unlimited Orchestra (20th Century TCR-6) AS: “Love's Theme” / BS: “Satin Soul” (both Barry White--Sa-Vette), undated
71 Jim Lowe (Dot 45-132) MB-9219: “The Green Door” (Davie-Moore--Trinity) / MB-9670: “Four Walls” (Moore-Campbell--Travis), undated
72 Ruth Lyons (Columbia 4-41810 promotional) JZSP 51745: “All Because It's Christmas” / JZSP 51746: “Everywhere the Bells Are Ringing” (both R. Lyons--Candee), undated
73 Bill Mack (Imperial X8278) IF-663: “She's Found Somebody New” (Mack--Commodore) / IF-665: “Sue-Suzie Boogie” (Mack-Hadley--Commodore), undated
74 Bill Mack (Imperial X8294 promotional) IF-664: “It's Just Like a Dream Come True” / IF-668: “A Fool You Are” (both B. Mack--Commodore), undated
75 Bill Mack (Starday 45-252) 2457: “Sweet Dreams Baby” / 2458: “Cat Just Got In Town” (both B. Mack--Starrite), undated
76 Bill Mack (Starday 45-360) 2460: “Faded Rose” / 2765: “Blue” (both B. Mack--Starrite), undated
77 Johnny Maddox (Dot 45-117) MB-8065: “Eight Beat Boogie” (Pinetop Smith--Melrose) / MB-8559: “The Crazy Otto” (Medley), undated
78 Henry Mancini (RCA Victor 45-8574 promotional) SPKM-2191: “'Señor' Peter Gunn” (Mancini--Northridge) / SPKM-2192: “La Raspa” (Northridge), undated
79 Brad Marro (Abbott 3010) A: “A Man Can Only Fly So High” (Wayne Shanklin--Farmer) / B: “Heart of Gold” (Lou Forbes-Dave Franklin--H.R. Music), undated
80 Dean Martin (Capitol F3414 promotional) 45-15178: “Standing on the Corner” (Frank Loesser--Frank) / 45-15180: “Watching the World Go By” (Jenny Senn-Sunny Skylar--Bourne), undated
81 Joe Martin (RCA Victor 47-7662) K2PW-6271: “If Jesus Came to Your House” (Public domain) / K2PW-6272: “Two Angels” (Richard Maxwell--Shawnee), undated
82 Tony Martin (Dot 45-159) MB-15438: “There's No Tomorrow” (A. Hoffman-L. Corday-L. Carr--Roger) / MB-15528: “Begin the Beguine” (Cole Porter--Harms), undated
83 Wink Martindale (Dot 45-150) MB-13052: “Deck of Cards” (T. Texas Tyler--American) / MB-16020: “Black Land Farmer” (Miller--Peer), undated
84 Sammy Masters (Decca 9-30402 promotional) 45-102854: “Tall Grow the Sycamores” / “The Drifter” (both Masters--Four Star), undated
85 Sammy Masters (Four Star EP-26 promotional) A: “Stop the World (And Let Me Off)” (C. Belew-W.S. Stevenson--Four Star) / “Pink Cadillac” (Masters--Four Star); B: “A Wonderful Time Up There” (Abernathy--Wallace Fowler) / “Tall Grows the Sycamore” (Masters--Four Star), undated
86 Johnny Mathis (Columbia 4-40851) ZSP 39779: “It's Not for Me to Say” (A. Stillman-R. Allen) / ZSP 39780: “Warm and Tender” (H. David-Bacharach), undated
87 Leon McAuliffe (Cimarron) FB-3001: “Steel Guitar Rag” (McAuliffe--Bourne) / “Blue Man's Blues” (McAuliffe--Cimarron); FB-3002: “Panhandle Rag” (McAuliffe--Peer) / “Cimarron Rag” (Exell--Broadcast), undated
88 Leon McAuliffe (Cimarron) GB-4282: “Carroll County” (P.D.-arranged McAuliffe--Cimarron) / GB-4283: “Little Girl Go Ask Your Mama” (McAuliffe--Hill and Range), undated
89 McCormick Brothers (Hickory 45-1021) 45-F-70: “The Billy Goat Boogie” (C. Kinsey--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-71: “C.N.R. Special” (J. Kingston--Acuff-Rose), undated
90 McCormick Brothers (Hickory 45-1060 promotional) 45-F-103: “Make Your Last Kiss the Sweetest” (Jimmy Walker--Acuff-Rose) / 45-F-132: “Darling, Why Can't You Be True” (Kelly and Lloyd McCormick--Acuff-Rose), undated
91 George McCormick (MGM K12504 promotional) 57-XY-316: “The Blues Moved in This Morning” (Gibson--Acuff-Rose) / 57-XY-318: “After All We've Been Through” (F. and B. Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
92 George McCormick (MGM K12592 promotional) 54-XY-248: “I'll Keep Your Name on File” (McCormick-Pryor--Acuff-Rose) / 57-XY-319: “Doubt” (I. and C. Louvin--Acuff-Rose), undated
93 Mack McCray (Ford 1-45) A: “Shorts Crazy” / B: “Where We'll Never Be Parted Again” (both Mack McCray-Helen Barrett), undated
94 Barry McGuire (Dunhill 45-D-4009) AMP 45-00802: “Eve of Destruction” / AMP 45-00803: “What Exactly's the Matter with Me” (both P.F. Sloan--Trousdale), undated
95-96 The McGuire Sisters (Coral 9-61924) 103,671: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) / 103,672: “Banana Split” (Neal Hefti-Steve Allen) (2 copies), 1958
97-99 The McGuire Sisters (Coral EC 81145) S-3954: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) / 103,672: “Banana Split” (Neal Hefti-Steve Allen); S-3955: “I Tried” (Jay Livingston-Ray Evans) / “Lullaby of Birdland” (George Shearing-B.Y. Forster) (3 copies), undated
100 The McGuire Sisters (Coral 9-61627) 45-89609: “Delilah Jones” (Elmer Bernstein-Sylvia Fine) / 45-89610: “Picnic” (George Duning-Steve Allen), undated
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54 1 Ricky McKinney (Mystic J8OW) 0528: “Washday Blues” / 0529: “Fool Who Cares” (both McKinney--Nor Va Jak), undated
2 Don Meehan (MGM K12459 promotional) 57-XY-261: “Far Away Look in Your Eyes” (Meehan--Acuff-Rose) / 57-XY-264: “The Man in the Phone Booth (Hello Baby)” (Zane-Pines--Piccadilly), undated
3 Neal Merritt (Starday 45-281) 2520: “I've Got to Cry” / 2521: “The Funniest Feeling” (both Merritt--Starrite), undated
4 Frank Messina and the Mavericks (Mac Gregor 7395) A: “Boomerang” (Arthur Smith--Hill and Range) / B: “Truck Stop Grill” (A. Smith), undated
5 The Miller Brothers (Four Star 1678-45) 6794: “Broken Hearted Girl” (Wanda Tanner--Four Star Sales) / “Trailways Blues” (Al Carrell-Joe Haney), undated
6 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0178 Side 1: “Along the Santa Fe Trail” (Grosz-Dubin-Coolidge) / “Swingin' at the Séance” (Avery-Stone-Carnice); Side 30: “I'll Never Smile Again” (Ruth Lowe) / “V for Victory Hop“ (Ray Coniff) [See Box 50 for Extended Play album jacket.], undated
7 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0179 Side 2: “In a Sentimental Mood” (Ellington-Kurtz-Mills) / “Frenesí” (Dominguez-Whitcup); Side 29: “Dancing in a Dream” (Shilkret-Mysels-Neiburg) / “Sophisticated Lady” (Ellington-Mills-Parish), undated
8 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0180 Side 3: “Isn't That Just Like Love” (Van Heusen-Burke) / “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Harlem” (Smith-Gray-Ware-Bruce); Side 28: “On the Alamo” (Isham Jones-Gus Kahn) / “April in Paris” (Vernon Duke-E.Y. Harburg), undated
9 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0181 Side 4: “You Walk By” (Raleigh-Wayne) / “Are You Jumpin' Jack?” (Bill Finegan); Side 27: “How Deep Is the Ocean” (Irving Berlin) / “Measure for Measure” (Arletta May), undated
10 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0182 Side 5: “A Million Dreams Ago” (Wood-Green) / “Daisy Mae” (Arletta May-Hal McIntyre); Side 26: “Let's Have Another Cup of Coffee” (Irving Berlin) / “The Rhumba Jumps” (Hoagy Carmichael-Johnny Mercer), undated
11 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0183 Side 6: “Falling Leaves” (Carle-David) / “Crosstown” (Redmond-Simon-Cavanaugh); Side 25: “Anchors Aweigh” (Savino-Zimmerman) / “Body and Soul” (Haeman-Sour-Eyton-Green), undated
12 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0184 Side 7: “At Sundown” (Donaldson) / “My Last Goodbye” (Eddy Howard); Side 24: “So Little Time” (DeRose-Hill) / “Down South Camp Meetin'” (Henderson-Mills), undated
13 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0185 Side 8: “Hallelujah” (Youmans-Robin-Grey) / “I'm Sorry for Myself” (Irving Berlin); Side 23: “A Stone's Throw from Heaven” (Ray-Burton-Green) / “Humoresques” (Dvořák), undated
14 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0186 Side 9: “The Hour of Parting” (Spoliansky-Kahn) / “The Jumpin' Jive” (Froeba-Palmer-Calloway); Side 22: “Doin' the Jive” (MacGregor-Miller) / “This Can't Be Love” (Rodgers-Hart), undated
15 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0187 Side 10: “Twilight Interlude” (Tinturin-Jacobs) / “And the Angels Sing” (Mercer-Elman); Side 21: “Daddy” (Robert Troup, Jr.) / “Deep in the Heart of Texas” (June Hershey-Don Swander), undated
16 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0188 Side 11: “Sunrise Serenade” (Carle-Lawrence) / “Blue Orchids” (Hoagy Carmichael); Side 20: “I Don't Want to Walk Without You” (Loesser-Styne) / “Limehouse Blues” (Furber-Braham), undated
17 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0189 Side 12: “We Can Live on Love” (Dubin-McHugh) / “Pagan Love Song” (Brown-Freed); Side 19: “Georgia on My Mind” (Hoagy Carmichael) / “Be Happy” (Nemo-Prima-Battle), undated
18 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0190 Side 13: “We've Come a Long Way Together” (Stepy-Koehler) / “Get Out of Town” (Cole Porter); Side 18: “Indian Summer” (Herbert-Dubin) / “Tiger Rag” (Sbarbaro-Edwards-Ragas-Shields-La Rocca- De Costa), undated
19 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701) 947-0191 Side 14: “Blue Skies” (Irving Berlin) / “Heaven Can Wait” (Van Heusen-DeLange); Side 17: “After All” (Wood-Green) / “St. Louis Blues” (W.C. Handy), undated
20 Glenn Miller (RCA Victor EPOT 6701 947-0192) Side 15: “Bluebirds in the Moonlight” (Leo Robin-Ralph Rainger) / “I Want to Be Happy” (Vincent Youmans-Irving Caesar); Side 16: “My Heart Belongs to Daddy” (Cole Porter) / “Deep Purple” (Peter DeRose-Mitchell Parish), undated
21 Mitch Miller (United States Air Force promotional) A: “U.S. Air Force Blue” (Scott-Textor) / (Limited vocals version), undated
22 Ned Miller (Dot 45-15601) MW-9849: “From a Jack to a King” / MW-9850: “Parade of Broken Hearts” (both Miller--Dandelion), undated
23 Ned Miller (Dot 45-15651) MW-9897: “Turn Back” / MW-9850: “Lights in the Street” (both Miller--Dandelion), undated
24 Roger Miller (Smash S-1998) YW1-33499: “Guess I'll Pick Up My Heart and Go Home” / YW1-33549: “Kansas City Star” (Both Miller--Tree), undated
25 Roger Miller (Starday 45-356) 2757: “You're Forgetting Me” / 2758: “Can't Stop Lovin' You” (Both Miller--Starrite), undated
26 The Mills Brothers (Dot 45-122) MB-11774: “Glow Worm” (P. Linke-L. Robinson-J. Mercer--E.B. Marks) / MB-11775: “Paper Doll” (Johnny Black--E.B. Marks), undated
27 The Mills Brothers (Dot 45-155) MB-11777: “You Always Hurt the One You Love” (Fisher-Roberts--Pickwick) / MB-11784: “Till Then” (Johnny Black--E.B. Marks), undated
28 The Mills Brothers (Dot 45-156) MB-11785: “Lazy River” (Carmichael-Arodin--Peer) / MB-14431: “Opus One” (Oliver-Garis--Embassy), undated
29 The Mills Brothers (Dot 45-162) MB-16787: “Queen of the Senior Prom” (Penny-Richards-Lee--Carnegie) / MB-11799: “Yellow Bird” (N. Luboff-M. Keith-A. Bergman--Frank), undated
30 The Mills Brothers (Dot 45-16258) MB-15678: “I'll Take Care of Your Cares” (Monaco-Dixon--Monaco) / MB-16042: “Ballerina” (Russell-Sigman--Jefferson), undated
31 The Mills Brothers (Decca 9-24756) 45-74973: “If I Had My Way” (James Kendis-Lou Klein) / 45-74984: “Sweet Genevieve” (Henry Tucker-George Cooper), undated
32 The Mills Brothers (Decca 9-24757) 45-74974: “Till We Meet Again” (Richard A. Whiting-Raymond B. Egan) / 45-74985: “Honey, Dat I Love So Well” (Harry Freeman), undated
33 The Mills Brothers (Decca 9-24758) 45-74976: “Love's Old Sweet Song” (James L. Molloy-G. Clifton Bingham) / 45-74987: “Long Long Ago” (Thomas Haynes Bayley), undated
34 Ronnie Milsap (RCA PB-10976) A: “It Was Almost Like a Song” (Archie Jordan-Hal David--Chess) / B: “It Don't Hurt to Dream” (Charles Quillen-Dan Pate-Jane Pate--Chess), undated
35 Bobby Mitchell and The Toppers (Imperial X5346) IM-792: “I Cried” / IM-794: “I'm in Love” (both D. Bartholomew-B. Mitchell--Commodore), undated
36 Bobby Mitchell (Imperial X5392 promotional) IM-1050: “I Tried So Hard” / IM-1051: “Goin' Round in Circles” (both D. Bartholomew-P. King--Reeve), undated
37 Guy Mitchell (Columbia 6-918) ZSP 4137: “My Heart Cries for You” (Sigman-Mars) / ZSP 4138: “The Roving Kind” (Cavanaugh-Stanton), undated
38 Earl Mitton and the Valley Rhythm Boys (Quality K546) S1: “Blue Mountain Hornpipe” (McEachern) / S2: “Rippling Water Jig” (Traditional), undated
39 Marilyn Monroe (RCA Victor 47-6033 promotional) E4VW-5243: “Heat Wave” / E4VW-5244: “After You Get What You Want (You Don't Want It)” (both Irving Berlin--Berlin), undated
40 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra (RCA Victor WP 264 47-3163) A: “Kiss Me Again” (H. Blosson-Victor Herbert) / B: “Indian Summer” (Al Dubin-Victor Herbert), undated
41 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra (Dot 45-157) MB-16484: “Riders in the Sky” (Stan Jones--Edwin H. Morris) / MB-16494: “Racing with the Moon” (Watson-Monroe-Pope--Robbins), undated
42 Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra (Dot 45-158) MB-16489: “There! I've Said It Again” (R. Evans-D. Mann--Valiant) / MB-16492: “Ballerina” (B. Russell-C. Sigman--Jefferson), undated
43 Joe Montgomery (Mercury 71297X45) YW17318: “Since You Fell in Love” / YW17320: “Forgive Me Today” (both Montgomery--Renda), 1958
44 Bill Morgan (Columbia 4-21373 promotional) ZSP 34831: “Mighty, Mighty Lonesome” (B. Bryant--Tannen) / ZSP 34832: “The Mucher We Do It (The Gooder It Gets)” (F. Bryant-B. Bryant--Showcase), undated
45 George Morgan (Columbia 4-40978 promotional) JZSP 418531: “Our Summer Vacation” (G. Morgan-B. Cahan--Acuff-Rose) / JZSP 41854: “It Always Ends Too Soon” (F. Bryant-B. Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
46 George Morgan (Columbia 4-41963 promotional) JZSP 394231: “Perfect Romance” (W. Walker--Cedarwood) / JZSP 39902: “Sweet, Sweet Lips” (Dill--Cedarwood), undated
47 George Morgan (Columbia 4-41188 promotional) JZSP 43941: “I'm Not Afraid” (F. Bryant--Acuff-Rose) / JZSP 39902: “Loveable You” (B. Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
48 George Morgan (Columbia 4-41246 promotional) JZSP 44461: “Candy Kisses” (Morgan--Hill and Range) / JZSP 44462: “Rockabilly Bungalow” (Boudleaux and Felice Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
49 Jaye P. Morgan (RCA Victor 47-6441) G2PW-1260: “Sweet Lips” (Sid Robin-Lillian Hardin) / G2PW-1261: “Get Up! Get Up! (You Sleepyhead)” (Jim Breedlove-Joan White), undated
50 Rod Morris (Capitol F2880 promotional) 45-12387: “I'm Comin' Over Tonight” / 45-12389: “Change” (both Morris--Hill and Range), undated
51 Rod Morris (Capitol F3006 promotional) 45-11830: “That's Nature” / 45-12388: “Nobody Knows Grandpa Like Grandma” (both Morris--Hill and Range), undated
52 Ricky Nelson (Imperial X5741) IM-2935: “Travelin' Man” (Jerry Fuller--Four Star) / IM-2936: “Hello Mary Lou” (Gene Pitney--January), undated
53 Anthony Newley (London promotional) DR 29375: “What Kind of Fool Am I” (Newley-Bricusse--Ludlow) (Single-sided), undated
54 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-1231) M-8230: “Can It Be Right“ / M-8231: “Your True and Faithful One” (both J.D. Miller--Acuff-Rose), undated
55 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-1237) M-8453: “Daydreamin'” (Condrell-Claunch-Deckelman--Meteor) / M-8455: “Crying for a Pastime” (Newman--Acuff-Rose), undated
56 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-1270) MW-8935: “I Thought I'd Never Fall In Love Again” (Newman--Acuff-Rose) / MW-8938: “God Was So Good” (Georgia Miller--Acuff-Rose), undated
57 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-1288) MW-9090: “I've Got You On My Mind” (Caswell-Kallinger--Tree) / MW-9480: “The Way That You're Living” (Jimmy Swan--Acuff-Rose), undated
58 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-15627) MW-9595: “Need Me” (Jim Reeves--Open Road) / MW-9905: “A Sweet Kind of Love” (Fred Rose--Milene), undated
59 Jimmy Newman (Dot 45-15766) MW-10540: “Bop-A-Hula” (S. Salvo--Tree) / MW-10541: “Carry On” (J.D. Miller--Acuff-Rose), undated
60 Wayne Newton (Challenge 59238 promotional) 45-1067: “Born When You Kissed Me” (Wilder-Brenneman-Robin--Odin) / 45-1068: “The Little White Cloud That Cried” (Johnny Ray--Carlyle), undated
61 Patti Page (Mercury 5534-X45) 3951: “Boogie Woogie Santa Claus” (Leon Rene) / 3952: “The Tennessee Waltz” (PeeWee King-Redd Stewart), undated
62 Patti Page (Mercury 70511X45) YW10255: “Hocus-Pocus” (Saxon-Gimbel) / YW10774: “Let Me Go, Lover!” (Carson-Hill), undated
63 Patti Page (Mercury 70878X45) YW12911: “Allegheny Moon” (Hoffman-Manning) / YW12912: “The Strangest Romance” (Fay-Tishman), May 14, 1956
64 Patti Page (Mercury 71101X45) YW15257: “Old Cape Cod” (Rothrock-Yakus) / YW15307: “Wondering” (Jack Shaffer), April 23, 1957
65 Les Paul and Mary Ford (Capitol F2839 promotional) 45-12739: “Auctioneer” (Les Paul--Iris-Trojan) / 45-12748: “I'm a Fool to Care” (Ted Daffan--Peer), undated
66 Les Paul and Mary Ford (Capitol F2928 promotional) 45-12971: “Whither Thou Goest” (Guy Singer--Hill and Range) / 45-12748: “Mandolino” (Les Paul--Iris-Trojan), undated
67 Les Paul and Mary Ford (Capitol F3570 promotional) 45-15926: “Runnin' Wild” (Gibbs-Grey-Wood--Feist) / 45-15927: “Blow the Smoke Away” (Howard-Hough-Adams--Mills), undated
68 Hank Penny (King 45-941) A: “Guess Who Took Your Place” (Penny-Caldwell--American) / AA: “Riding on the Old Ferris Wheel” (Gregory-Davis--Mayfair), undated
69 The Norman Petty Trio (X/RCA 4X-0040) E4LW-4759: “Mood Indigo” (Ellington-Bigard-Mills) / E4LW-4760: “Petty's Little Polka” (Norman Petty), undated
70 The Norman Petty Trio (X/RCA 4X-0071) E4LW-5599: “On the Alamo” (Gus Kahn-Isham Jones) / E4LW-5600: “Echo Polka” (Norman Petty), undated
71 The Norman Petty Trio (Nor Va Jak MG 1316) GO8W-1035: “It's Been a Long Long Time” (Jule Styne-Sammy Cahn) / GO8W-1036: “Almost Paradise” (Norman Petty), undated
72 Bill Phillips (Columbia 4-41218 promotional) JZSP 43964: “Lying Lips” (Walker-Douglas--Cedarwood) / JZSP 43966: “There's A Change in Me” (Phillips--Peer), undated
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55 1-3 Charlie Phillips (Coral 9-61908) 103,260: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) / 103,259: “One Faded Rose” (Odis Echols-Nita Baggett-Charlie Phillips) (3 copies), undated
4-6 Charlie Phillips (Coral 9-61970 promotional) 104,386: “Be My Bride” (Odis Echols Jr.-Charlie Phillips--Stardust) / 103,387: “Too Many Tears” (George Green--Nor Va Jak) (3 copies), undated
7-13 Charlie Phillips (Coral 9-61970) 104,386: “Be My Bride” (Odis Echols Jr.-Charlie Phillips--Stardust) / 103,387: “Too Many Tears” (George Green--Nor Va Jak) (7 copies), undated
14 Charlie Phillips (Columbia 4-42035) ZSP 53795: “Too Many Tears” (N. Petty-D. Kelley-R. Winkler) / ZSP 53796: “No More Sugartime” (C. Phillips), undated
15 Charlie Phillips (Columbia 4-42035) ZSP 53795: “Welcome to the Wedding” (N. Petty-D. Kelley-R. Winkler) / ZSP 53796: “No More Sugartime” (C. Phillips), undated
16 Charlie Phillips (Columbia 4-42289 promotional) JZSP 55787: “I Guess I'll Never Learn” (J. Hathcock-W. Allard--Neillrae) / JZSP 55788: “Now That It's Over” (R. Winkler-J. Reeves-D. Kelley--Tuckahoe), undated
17 Charlie Phillips (Columbia 4-42851 promotional) JZSP 75688: “Later Tonight” (L. Kusik-G. Shayne--Allied) / JZSP 75689: “This Is the House” (R. Winkler-J. Hathcock--Tuckahoe), undated
18 Charlie Phillips (Columbia 4-43014 promotional) JZSP 77208: “Please Help Me Believe” (R. Winkler-E. McDuff--Painted Desert) / JZSP 77209: “The Street of Loneliness” (R. Winkler-J. Hathcock-J. Hicks--Tuckahoe), undated
19 Charlie Phillips (K-Ark 986) A: “Ballad of Bill Jones” (George Jackson-Charlie Bryant--Stringtown) / B: “Before the Next Daybreak's Gone” (Marilee Thomas--Smokey), undated
20 The Pinetoppers with the Marlin Sisters (Coral 9-64106) 45-81331: “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas” (Vaughn Horton) / 45-81332: “Ting-A-Ling-A-Jingle” (Vaughn Horton), undated
21 Representative Adam Clayton Powell (Jubilee EP 2062 promotional) A: “Keep the Faith, Baby!” / “My Dear Colleagues”; “Burn, Baby, Burn” / “Handwriting on the Wall”, undated
22 Perez Prado (RCA Victor 47-5839 promotional) E4FW-1793: “Skokiaan” (August Msarurgwa--Shapiro-Bernstein) / E4FW-4856: “The High and the Mighty” (Ned Washington-Dimitri Tiomkin--M. Whitmark), undated
23 Elvis Presley (RCA Victor 47-6420) A: “Heartbreak Hotel” (Axton-Durden-Presley--Tree) / B: “I Was the One” (Schroeder-DeMetrius-Blair-Peppers--Ross Jungnickel), undated
24 Elvis Presley (RCA Victor 47-6640) F2WW-8177: “Blue Moon” (Rodgers-Hart--Robbins) / F2WW-8118: “Just Because” (Bob Shelton-Joe Shelton-Sid Robin--Leeds), undated
25 Elvis Presley (RCA Victor 47-6642) G2WW-1293: “Lawdy, Miss Clawdy” (Lloyd Price--Venice) / G2WW-1294: “Shake, Rattle and Roll” (Charles Calhoun--Progressive), undated
26 Ray Price (Columbia 4-45178 promotional) JZSP 152727: “For the Good Times” (K. Kristofferson--Buckhorn) / (Same as Side 1), undated
27 Louis Prima (Dot 45-111) (MB-15432: “Wonderland by Night” (Klaus-Gunter-Neumann--Roosevelt) / MB-15671: “Chapel by the Sea” (M. Gilbert-V. Gilbert--Sun-Vine), undated
28 Louis Prima (Dot 45-138) MB-12983: “Bei Mir Bist Du Schön” (Cahn-Chaplin-Jacobs-Secunda--Harms) / MB-12984: “I Don't Know Why” (Turk-Ahlert--Ahlert), undated
29 Louis Prima (Dot 45-16042) (MB-13896: “Nyow! Nyot Nyow! (The Pussycat Song)” (Dick Manning--Leeds) / MB-13899: “Mashuga” (E. White-M. Wolfson-S. Danoff--Famous), undated
30 The Rangers Quartet (Capitol F3142 promotional) 45-13413: “Gloryland Boogie” (Buford Abner--Beechwood) / 45-13414: “Sing, Brother, Sing” (Vernon Hyles--Beechwood), undated
31 The Rangers Quartet (Capitol F3142) 45-13413: “Gloryland Boogie” (Buford Abner--Beechwood) / 45-13414: “Sing, Brother, Sing” (Vernon Hyles--Beechwood), undated
32 Johnnie Ray (Columbia 4-40729) ZSP 38905: “In the Candlelight” (P. Ballard) / ZSP 38906: “Just Walking in the Rain” (Bragg-Riley), undated
33 Chuck Reed (Mercury 70593-X45) YW7701: “The End of My Stairway” (Miller and Hill--Acuff-Rose) / YW7704: “It's Better To Be a Has Been” (Miller-Kershaw--Acuff-Rose), undated
34 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3381 promotional) 45-14900: “I'm a Lover, Not a Fighter” (Joe Allison--Central) / 45-14903: “Honey Chile” (Jerry Reed--Lowery), undated
35 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3429 promotional) 45-14902: “Mister Whiz” / 45-15197: “When I Found You” (both Jerry Reed--Lowery), undated
36 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3504 promotional) 45-14499: “Just a Romeo” / 45-15546: “This Great Big Empty Room” (both Jerry Reed--Lowery), undated
37 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3592 promotional) 45-15543: “You're Braggin', Boy” (H.H. Burton-Blossom Diehl--Four Star Sales) / 45-15544: “Too Busy Cryin' the Blues” (Jerry Reed--Lowery), undated
38 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3657 promotional) 45-15995: “It's High Time” / 45-15996: “Forever” (both Jerry Reed--Lowery), undated
39 Jerry Reed (Capitol F3882 promotional) 45-17806: “Bessie Baby” (Jerry Reed--Lowery) / 45-15544: “Too Young To Be Blue” (Harlan Howard-Jerry Reed--Central), undated
40 Del Reeves (Capitol F3819 promotional) 45-16607: “You're Not the Changing Kind” (Del Reeves--Central) / 45-16608: “Love, Love, Love” (McRae-Wyche-David--Progressive), undated
41 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-6200 promotional) F2WW-3910: “Yonder Comes a Sucker” (Jim Reeves--Clearance) / F8NH-4528: “I'm Hurtin' Inside” (Cy Coben--Delmore), undated
42 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-6200) G2WW-0268: “My Lips Are Sealed” (Ben Weisman-Hal Blair-Bill Peppers--Hill and Range) / G2WW-0269: “Pickin' a Chicken” (Bernfield-Demortimer-Roberts--Hill and Range), undated
43 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-6620) G2WW-5319: “The Mother of a Honky Tonk Girl” (Shorty Long-Bob Newman--Tannen) / G2WW-5320: “According to My Heart” (Walker--Cedarwood), undated
44 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-6749) G2WW-5319: “Am I Losing You” (Jim Reeves--Rondo) / G2WW-5427: “Waitin' for a Train” (Jimmie Rodgers--Peer), undated
45 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-7070) H2WW-0760: “Everywhere You Go” (Shay-Goodwin-Fisher--Lombardo) / H2WW-5649: “Anna Marie” (Cindy Walker--Open Road), undated
46 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-7479) K2WW-0456: “Heartache Is the Fashion” (Roger Miller-Jim Reeves--Tree) / K2WW-0457: “Home” (Roger Miller--Tree), undated
47 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-7855) L2WW-0341: “The Blizzard” (Harlan Howard--Red River) / M2WW-0525: “Danny Boy” (F.E. Weatherly--Boosey and Hawkes), undated
48 Jim Reeves (RCA Victor 47-8289) M2WW-1045: “Welcome to My World” (Ray Winkler-John Hathcock--Tuckahoe) / N2WW-5116: “Good Morning Self” (Jimmy Key--Pamper), undated
49 Jim Reeves (Abbott 174) A: “Where Does a Broken Heart Go” (Mary Reeves--Dandelion) / B: “The Wilder Your Heart Beats the Sweeter Your Love” (John Meredith--Fairway), undated
50 Jim Reeves (Abbott 178) A: “Drinking Tequila” (Bob Center--Dandelion) / B: “Red Eyed and Rowdy” (Jim Reeves-Tom Perryman--Dandelion), undated
51 Don Reno-Red Smiley (Dot 45-15700) MW-10036: “Howdy Neighbor Howdy” (J. Morris--Warden) / MW-10043: “Your Love Is Dying” (B. Martin--Cedarwood), undated
52 Debbie Reynolds and Carleton Carpenter (MGM K30282) A: “Aba Daba Honeymoon” (Fields-Donovan) / B: “Row, Row, Row” (Monaco-Jerome), undated
53 Dave Rich (RCA Victor EP 47-6824) H2NH-1347: “Tuggin' On My Heart Strings” (Mel Tillis-Buck Teddy--Tree) / “Our Last Night Together” (Dave Rich--Golden West Melodies); Jim Edward, Maxine and Bonnie Brown: H2NH-1346: “It Takes a Long Long Train with a Red Caboose” (Markes-Charles--Bob Miller) / “Money” (Zeb Turner--Acuff-Rose), undated
54 Dave Rich (RCA Victor 47-7141) H2WW-7395: “I've Thought It Over” (Smith-Riley-Woodfolk--Tree) / H2WW-7396: “School Blues” (Dave Rich--Acuff-Rose), undated
55 Dave Rich (RCA Victor 47-7247) J2WW-0493: “City Lights” (Anderson--TNT) / J2WW-0492: “Burn On Love Fire” (Rich--Tree), undated
56 Dave Rich (RCA Victor 47-7334) H2WW-7394: “Rosie Let's Get Cozy” (Rich--Gaylord) / J2WW-0494: “Sunshine in My Heart” (Rich--Tree), undated
57 Dick Richards (Columbia 4-40786 promotional) JZSP 38541: “Time Alone” (M. Mysels-G. Mysels-S. Mysels--Ross Jungnickel) / JZSP 38542: “Fourteen Karat Gold”“ (Zack-Sandler--Peer), undated
58 Nelson Riddle (Capitol F4024 promotional) 45-19597: “Nel Blu Dipinto Di Blu” (F. Migliacci-Domenico Modugna--Robbins) / 45-195982: “Walkin'” (George Roberts--Dornelle), undated
59 Tex Ritter (Capitol PRO 1886 promotional) 1: “The Pledge of Allegiance” (Kenneth F. Nelson--Century) / (Same as Side 1), undated
60 Tex Ritter (Capitol F3589 promotional) 45-15838: “Green Grow the Lilacs” (adapted Ritter--Ritter Music) / 45-16113: “He Is There” (Borne-Berle-Brown--Artist), undated
61 Tex Ritter (Capitol F4217 promotional) 45-36104: “Conversation with a Gun” (Johnny Bond) / 45-31605: “Rye Whiskey”, undated
62 Tex Ritter (Capitol 4567) 45-17134: “The Wind and the Tree” (Cindy Walker--Vidor) / 45-35320: “(I Dreamed of a) Hillbilly Heaven” (Eddie Dean-Hal Sothern--Sage and Sand), undated
63 The Road Runners (Challenge 9197 promotional) 45-961: “Pretty Girls” (Dave Burgess-Baker Knight--Four Star Sales) / 45-962: “Dead Man” (George Weston--Jat), undated
64-76 The Road Runners (Challenge 9197) 45-961: “Pretty Girls” (Dave Burgess-Baker Knight--Four Star Sales) / 45-962: “Dead Man” (George Weston--Jat) (13 copies), undated
77 Marty Robbins (Columbia 4-40864) ZSP 39892: “A White Sports Coat (And a Pink Carnation)” (Robbins) / ZSP 39893: “Grown-Up Tears” (Coniff-Weismantel-Scholl), undated
78 Marty Robbins (Columbia 4-41511 promotional) JZSP 48863: “El Paso” (Robbins--Marty's Music) / JZSP 48875: “Running Gun” (T. Glaser-T. Glaser--Marty's Music), undated
79 Kenny Roberts (Decca 9-30472 promotional) 103,106: “Arizona Yodeler” (Murray Orser--M.M. Cole) / 103,107: “Dream, Little Cowboy” (Don Reid--Amber), undated
80 Kenny Roberts (Dot 45-1246) M-8603: “Tennessee Spelling Bee” (Allison-Lee-Roberts--Central) / M-8605: “I'm Unwanted” (Roberts-Mishler-Work--Frederick), undated
81 Jimmie Rodgers (Dot 45-143) MB-18218: “Honeycomb” (Bob Merrill--Hawthorne) / MB-18219: “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” (Paul Campbell-Joel Newman--Folkways), undated
82 Kenny Rogers (United Artists UA-XW1027) UAST-18438: “Daytime Friends” (B. Peters--Ben Peters) / UAST-18442: “We Don't Make Love Anymore” (K. Rogers-M. Gordon--KMR), undated
83 Linda Ronstadt (Asylum E-45431) A: “Blue Bayou” (Roy Orbison and Joe Melson--Acuff-Rose) / B: “Old Paint” (Traditional--Normal), undated
84-85 Royal Lights Singers (Sonobeat G-s119) A: “Will You Be Ready” (Willie C. Franklin, Jr.) / B: “My Rock” (Public Domain) (2 copies), undated
86 Rusty and Doug (Hickory 45-1048 promotional) F-100: “Your Crazy, Crazy Heart” (Miller-Bert--Acuff-Rose) / F-117: “Hey, You There” (Kershaw-Kershaw--Acuff-Rose), undated
87 Rusty and Doug (Hickory 45-1083 promotional) F-175: “Sweet Thing” / F-176: “Hey Sheriff” (both Boudeleaux and Felice Bryant--Acuff-Rose), undated
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56 1 Tommy Sands (Capitol F1-PRO 351 promotional) 1: “Goin' Steady” (Faron Young--Central) / “I Don't Know Why (I Just Do)” (Ahlert-Turk--Feist); 2: “Graduation Day” (Joe and Noel Sherman--Sheldon) / “'A'--You're Adorable (The Alphabet Song)” (Kaye-Wise-Lippman--Laurel), undated
2 Tommy Sands (Capitol F4231) 45-31735: “Bring Me Your Love” (Earl Shuman-Alden Shuman--Bourne) / 45-31737: “Sinner Man” (William Clauson--Beechwood), undated
3 Tommy Sands (Capitol 4405) 45-33877: “These Are the Things You Are” (Loren Nichols--Bowie) / 45-33879: “The Old Oaken Bucket” (Ervin Drake--Court), undated
4 Tommy Sands (Capitol 4580) 45-35876: “Love in a Goldfish Bowl” (Hal David-Burt Bachrach--Famous) / 45-35877: “I Love My Baby” (Barry DeVorzon--Sherman), undated
5 Tommy Sands (Capitol 4611) 45-35856: “Remember Me (To Jennie)” (Bob Goodman--Jack Gold) / 45-35854: “Rainbow” (Dorsey Burnett--Tomm-Beechwood), undated
6 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3639 promotional) 45-16413: “Teen-Age Crush” (Audrey Allison-Joe Allison--Central) / 45-16414: “Hep Dee Hootie (Cutie Wootie)” (Charlie Singleton-Larry Coleman--Roosevelt), undated
7 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3690 promotional) 45-16677: “My Love Song” (Guy Singer--Beechwood) / 45-16678: “Ring-A-Ding-Ding” (Gordon Charles-Billy Towne--Dominion), undated
8 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3723) 45-16733: “Goin' Steady” (Faron Young--Central) / 45-16754: “Ring My Phone” (Frank DeHaven--Central), undated
9 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3743) 45-16865: “Let Me Be Loved” (Jay Livingston-Ray Evans--Livingston and Evans) / 45-16866: “Fantastically Foolish” (R. Alan Edwards--Snyder), undated
10 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3810 promotional) 45-17416: “A Swingin' Romance” (Joe and Audrey Allison--Central) / 45-17417: “Man, Like Wow!” (Tommy Sands--Snyder), undated
11 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3867 promotional) 45-17833: “Sing Boy Sing” (Tommy Sands-Rod McKuen--Snyder) / 45-17834: “Crazy 'Cause I Love You” (Spade Cooley--Hill and Range), undated
12 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3953 promotional) 45-18284: “Teen-Age Doll” (Bobbie Carrol--Central) / 45-22041: “Hawaiian Rock” (Jack Hammer-Zelda Samuels--Tri-Park), undated
13 Tommy Sands (Capitol F3985 promotional) 45-18878: “After the Senior Prom” (Jimmy Duncan--J.D.A.) / 45-18891: “Big Date” (Betty and Darla Daret--Central), undated
14 Tommy Sands (Capitol F4036 promotional) 45-19636: “Blue Ribbon Baby” (Allison Dewar-Diane Lampert--Grace) / 45-19637: “I Love You Because” (Leon Payne--Hill and Range), undated
15 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 47-5800 promotional) E4VW-4658: “Don't Drop It” (Terry Fell--American) / E4VW-4659: “A Place for Girls Like You” (Sonny Burns-Red Hays--Starrite), undated
16 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 47-6007 promotional) E3VW-2887: “Something's Bound to Go Wrong” (Chuck Wilson--Jamboree) / E3VW-2888: “Kissin' Ain't No Fun” (Thelma Ratledge-Tommy Sands--Jamboree), undated
17 Tommy Sands and Sunshine Ruby (RCA Victor 47-5860 promotional) E4VW-4656: “Hankerin'” (Cy Coben--Jamboree) / E4VW-4657: “Don't You Know I Love You” (Jim Leisy--Trinity), undated
18 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 47-6868) E3VW-0161: “Love Pains” (Harry Todd-Tommy Sands--Jamboree) / E4VW-4658: “Don't Drop It” (Terry Fell-American), undated
19 Tommy Sands (United States Air Force Program 127 promotional) A: “Old Oaken Bucket” (Court) / B: Eydie Gormé: “When the Saints Go Marching In” (Maxana), undated
20 Domenico Savino (RCA Camden CAE 357) 1: “On the Street Where You Live” / “I Could Have Danced All Night”; 2:“I've Grown Accustomed to Her Face” / “Show Me” (all Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Loewe), undated
21 Jimmy Seals (Challenge 9153 promotional) 45-838: “Wish for You, Want for You, Wait for You” (Seals--Four Star Sales) / 45-840: “Runaway Heart” (Jimmy Seals-John Trombatore--Four Star Sales), undated
22 David Seville and the Chipmunks (Liberty F-55250) 45-LB-912: “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)” / 45-LB-930: “Alvin's Harmonica” (both Ross Bagdasarian--Monarch), undated
23 Artie Shaw (RCA Victor WP 85 47-2784) A: “Frenesí” (Alberto Dominguez) / B: “Begin the Beguine” (Cole Porter), undated
24 Artie Shaw and Gordon Jenkins (Decca 9-27186) 45-76246: “I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles” (Jean Kenbrovin-John Kellette) / 45-76-247: “You're Mine, You!” (Johnny Green-Edward Heyman), undated
25 George Shearing Quintet (MGM K12227 promotional) 53-XY-3017: “Spring Is Here” (Rodgers-Hart--Robbins) / 54-XY-3026: “Minor Trouble” (Bryant--Bayes), undated
26 The Shy Guys (Trump D-816) J8OW-9382: “The Girl with the Flaxen Hair” / J8OW-9383: “Shy Guy” (both Stewart--Nor Va Jak), undated
27 Carly Simon (Elektra E-45413) A: “Nobody Does It Better” (Carole Bayer Sager-Marvin Hamlisch--UA-Unart) / B: “After the Storm” (Simon--US-Unart), undated
28 Frank Sinatra (Capitol F2560) 45-11524: “Anytime--Anywhere” (Lenny Anderson-Imogene Carpenter--Keystone) / 45-11526: “From Here to Eternity” (Freddie Karger-Robert Wells--Barton), undated
29 Frank Sinatra (Capitol F2816 promotional) 45-11991: “Rain (Falling from the Skies)” (Robert Mellin-G. Finlay--Mellin) / 45-12367: “Three Coins in the Fountain” (Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne--Robbins), undated
30 Frank Sinatra (Capitol F2816) 45-11991: “Rain (Falling from the Skies)” (Robert Mellin-G. Finlay--Mellin) / 45-12367: “Three Coins in the Fountain” (Sammy Cahn-Jule Styne--Robbins), undated
31 Frank Sinatra (Capitol F3260 promotional) 45-14119: “Love and Marriage” / 45-14120: “The Impatient Years” (both Sammy Cahn-James Van Heusen--Barton), undated
32 Frank Sinatra (Capitol F3793) 45-E17470: “All the Way” (Sammy Cahn-James Van Heusen--Maraville) / 45-E17472: “Chicago” (Fred Fisher--Fred Fisher), undated
33 Frank Sinatra (Reprise 0470) H3900: “Oh, You Crazy Moon” (Burke-Van Heusen--M. Whitmark) / J4195: “Strangers in the Night” (Singleton-Snyder-Kaempfert--Champion/Brown), undated
34 Kuldip Singh (RCA Victor 45 EP DJ-32 promotional) 47-6732: “Love, You Don't Owe Me a Thing” (Cy Coben--Ross, Jungnickel) / “Don't Take My Heart” (Ben Raleigh-Gaston Locoque); Jim Edward and Maxine Brown (Ira and Charles Louvin--Acuff-Rose) / “Just a Lot of Sweet Talk” (Dusty Rose-Betty Rose--Dandelion), undated
35 The Singing Dogs (RCA Victor 47-6344 promotional) F2PW-7816: “Dolly's Oh! Susanna” (Stephen Foster) / “Caesar's Pat-A-Cake,” “King's Three Blind Mice”, “Pearl's Jingle Bells” (Springfield), undated
36 Margie Singleton (D 1007) 1014: “Shattered Kingdom” / 1015: “I Want To Be Where You're Gonna Be” (both S. and M. Singleton--Glad), undated
37 Red Skelton (Columbia 4-44798 promotional) JZSP 138650: “The Pledge of Allegiance” / same as Side A, undated
38 Jimmie Skinner (Mercury 70792X45) YW7800: “Steppin' Out on You” (Skinner--Acuff-Rose) / YW7801: “Want You for My Baby” (J. Skinner-J. Landreth--Acuff-Rose), undated
39 Jimmie Skinner (Mercury 71163X45) YW14751: “No Maybe in My Baby's Eyes” (Skinner--Starrite) / YW14752: “Hafta Do Somethin' 'Bout That” (Skinner--Acuff-Rose), undated
40 Jim Slone (MTA 188) A: “Kitchen Table” (George A. Tomsco-Barbara Tomsco--Dundee) / “Our Dimension of Love” (David Ingles--Moss-Rose), undated
41 Earl Songer (Imperial X8292 promotional) IF-610: “I Want Your Love” / IF-611: “Let's Try Again” (both Songer--Commodore), undated
42 Kay Starr (Capitol F1677) 45-7364: “Angry” (Mecum-Cassard-H. Brunies-M. Brunies) / 45-9615: “Wheel of Fortune” (Bennie Benjamin-George Weiss), undated
43 Jon and Sondra Steele (Coral 9-60244) 45-76236: “My Happiness” (Borney Bergantine-Betty Peterson) / 45-76237: “I'd Love to Call You My Sweetheart” (Paul Ash-Joe Goodwin-Larry Shay-Harry Harris), undated
44 King Sterling (Starday 45-298) 2529: “Not Much” (Des Marais--Starrite) / 2530: “What Will Your Answer Be” (Sterling-Jenkins--Starrite), undated
45 Dodie Stevens (Dot 45-146) MB-12877: “Yes-Sir-Ee” (Brandes-Schaffer-Stella--Melody Masters) / MB-15371: “Pink Shoe Laces” (M. Grant--Pioneer), undated
46 Gale Storm (Dot 45-119) MB-8951: “I Hear You Knocking” (D. Bartholomew--Travis) / MB-9059: “Ivory Tower” (Fulton-Steele--Melrose), undated
47 Gale Storm (Dot 45-15558) MB-9562: “Dark Moon” (Ned Miller--Dandelion) / MV-9563: “A Little too Late” (Winkler-Wiener--Vemar), undated
48 Smokey Stover (Ol' Podner--Lake Jackson, Texas) OP-102: “What More” (S. Stover-S. Tucker--Glad) / OP-103: “What's Wrong with Me” (S. Stover-W. Bailes--Glad), undated
49 Texas Bill Strength (Capitol F3217 promotional) 45-14279: “Cry, Cry, Cry” (Johnny Cash--Hi Lo) / 45-14280: “The Yellow Rose of Texas” (Don George--Planetary), undated
50 Texas Bill Strength (Capitol F3282 promotional) 45-14278: “Turn Around” (Carl Perkins--Hi Lo) / 45-14278: “When Love Comes Knockin'” (Strength-Cash-Hopkins--Opal), undated
51 Texas Bill Strength (Capitol F3477 promotional) 45-15051: “Where Did My Heart Go?” (Dorothy Altman-Carvis Turney--Fairway) / 45-15084: “Gotta Love Love” (Cotton Carrier--Lowery), undated
52 Texas Bill Strength (Capitol F3568 promotional) 45-15751: “North Wind” (Rod Morris--Fairway) / 45-15753: “But Do You Think I'm Happy” (Justin Tubb--Ernest Tubb), undated
53 Mr. and Mrs. Sunshine (Jane and Carl Swanson) (MGM K12473) 56-XY-530: “Don't You Believe” / 56-XY-531: Grandma's Courtin'” (both Swanson--Cenora), undated
54 Glenn Sutton (M.O.C. 76007) 45-653: “I Gotta Leave This Town” (Sutton--Jec/Gulfway) / Murray Kellum: 45-653: “Long Tall Texan” (H. Stegelecki), undated
55-56 The Tea Arena Band (Tierra 45-100) A: “¡Alianza!” / B: “The Feeling After the Time Before” (both Jerry Shouse--Tex-Mex Sounds) (2 copies), undated
57 The Towne Choir (Capitol 5538) 45-26152: “African Noël” (Aden G. Lewis--Plymouth) / 45-26153: “Papa Noël” (Marvin Holtzman-Sanford Berlin--Beechwood), undated
58 Billy Vaughn with Orchestra (Dot 45-106) MW-8930: “The Shifting Whispering Sands Part 1” (M. Gilbert-V. Gilbert) / MW-8931: “The Shifting Whispering Sands Part 2” (M. Gilbert-V. Gilbert), undated
59 Bobby Vee and The Crickets (Liberty 55479--produced Snuff Garrett) LB-1448: “Punish Her” (Nader-Gluck, Jr.--January) / LB-1449: “Someday (When I'm Gone From You)” (T. Lesslie-D. Glasser--Woodbury/Sonic), undated
60 Jerry Wallace (Challenge 9171) 45-890: “Shutter and Boards” (Audie Murphy-Scott Turner--Camp and Canyon) / 45-891: “Am I That Easy To Forget” (Carl Belew-W.S. Stevenson--Four Star Sales), undated
61 Rusty Warren (JB EP 45-2049) A: “Rool Me Over” / B: “Do It Now Twist Blues”, undated
62 Beverly Washburn (Smash S-1855) YW1-29556: “Ev'rybody Loves Saturday Night” (P. Campbell--Folkways) / YW1-29558: “The Heart You Break May Be Your Own” (Sylvia Dee-Guy Wood--Leeds), undated
63 Kitty Wells (Decca ED 2677) S 4228: “Sugartime” (Charlie Phillips-Odis Echols) / “Dark Moon” (Ned Miller); S 4429: “Bonaparte's Retreat” (Pee Wee King) / “When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain” (Harry Wood-Howard Johnson), undated
64 Larry Moore (Rose) R-121: “(I'm Still) Holding Your Love” (Moore--Evelyn) / R-121X: “Bouquet of Roses” (Nelson-Hilliard--Hill and Range), undated
65 Lewie Wickham (Starday 45-888 promotional) 634-S-9118: “Little Bit Late” (Wickham--Para-Kim), same as Side A, undated
66 Lewie Wickham (Mother Lode ML125) A: “60 Dollar Duck” / “Truckers Lament” (both Wickham--Kimkris), undated
67 Billy Williams (Coral 9-61830) 45-102,177: “I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter” (Joe Young-Fred E. Ahlert) / 45-102,178: “Date With the Blues” (Hal Gordon-Herman Fairbanks), undated
68 Hank Williams (MGM K12635 promotional) 52-XY-427: “My Bucket's Gor a Hole in It” (Williams--Pickwick) / 55-XY-275: “We Live in Two Different Worlds” (Williams--Milene), undated
69 Roger Williams (U.S. Air Force Music in the Air) 131: “Temptation” (Robbins) / Della Reese: 132: “And Now” (Alexis), undated
70 Jonathan Winters and the Martians (Coral 9-61988 promotional) 104,793: “Nee Nee Na Na Na Na Nu Nu” (Eddie V. Deane--Deane and Doo) / 104,794: “Take Me to Your Leader” (George Spota-Eddie Safranski--Erica), undated
71 Togi Yorgesson (Capitol F2978 promotional) 45-13076: “I Give Up! What Is It?” / 45-13077: “Be Kind to the Street Corner Santa Claus” (both Harry Stewart--Tacit), undated
72 Young Americans (KICA K237) “Clovis, My Home Town” (Eul Box--Pams) / same as Side A, undated
73 Faron Young (Capitol F3443) 45-15209: “Sweet Dreams” (Don Gibson--Acuff-Rose) / F3443: “Until I Met You” (H.B. Jones-Faron Young--Lancaster), undated
74 Maquette for inivitation to Echols Committee event “A Flashback to the Fifties” (Loose label autographed by Tommy Sands, Odis Echols Jr. and [illegible]), undated
10-inch 78 rpm single-sided records
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57 1 Enrico Caruso (Victrola 87321) “A Dream” (Charles B. Cory-J.C. Bartlett), undated
2 Pablo Casals (Columbia 80158) “Salut d'Amour” (Elgar), undated
3 Foldertitle, undated
4 Pablo Casals (Columbia 80815) “Romance” (Rubinstein), undated
5 Duci De Kerékjártó (Columbia 79577) “Serenade” (Drdla), undated
6 Duci De Kerékjártó (Columbia 80802) “Adagio” (Moonlight Sonata by Ludwig Von Beethoven), undated
7 Geraldine Farrar (Victrola 87308) “Star of Love” (William Le Baron-Fritz Kreisler), undated
8 Arthur Godfrey and the Chordettes (Columbia CO 44145 promotional) “Down By the Old Mill Stream” (Tell Taylor), undated
9 Peter La Mar (Monarch 2375) “Schneider Does Your Mudder Know You're Out” (Edge chipped), undated
10 Hulda Lashanska (Columbia 78356) “Lullaby” (from Erminie by Jacobowski), undated
11 Hipólito Lázaro (Columbia 46736) “La donna e mobile” (from Rigoletto by Verdi), undated
12 Hipólito Lázaro (Columbia 47211) “Di quella pira” (from Il trovatore by Verdi), undated
13 Tandy Mackenzie (Columbia 79454) “I Hear You Calling Me” (Marshall), undated
14 John McCormack (Victrola 64694) “There's a Long, Long Trail” (Stoddard King-Zo Elliott) (Scuffed label), undated
15 Ernestine Schumann-Heink (Victrola 87221) “The Rosary” (Nevin), undated
16 Ernestine Schumann-Heink (Victrola 87282) “Just Before the Battle Mother” (George F. Root), undated
17 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 78138) “Orientale” (Cui), undated
18 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 79488) “Serenade Espagnole” (Kreisler), undated
19 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 79788) “Gavotte in F Major” (Beethoven), undated
20 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 81006) “Valse Sentimentale” (F. Schubert-Franko), undated
21 Souza's Band (Victor 316) “A Hot Time in the Old Town” (Cracked), undated
22 Riccardo Stracciari (Columbia 79636) “Barcarolle” (from La Gioconda by Ponchielli), undated
23 Riccardo Stracciari (Columbia 79720) “Mattinata ('Tis the Day)” (Leoncavallo), undated
24 Riccardo Stracciari (Columbia 79736) “Tu Sola” (De Curtis), undated
25 Riccardo Stracciari (Columbia 79737) “Parlatemi d'Amor” (De Curtis), undated
10-inch 78 rpm records
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58 1 Mark Andrews (Victor 19967) A: “The Palms (Les Rameaux)” (Faure) / B: “Stabat Mater--Cujus animam (Through His Wounded Side)” (Rossini), undated
2 Andrews Sisters (Decca 24548) A: “More Beer!” (Julian H. Miller) / B: “Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella (On a Rainy Day)” (Sammy Fain-Irving Kahal-Francis Wheeler), undated
3 Victor Arden-Phil Ohman (Victor 22690) A: “In a Café on the Road to Calais” (Klein-Le Soir-Doll) / B: “Beautiful Love” (Gillespie-Young-King-Van Alstyne), undated
4 Louis Armstrong and Gordon Jenkins Orchestra (Decca 27899) L6550: “It's All in the Game” (Gen. Charles G. Dawes-Carl Sigman) / L6551: “When It's Sleepy Time Down South” (Leon Rene-Otis Rene-Clarence Muse), undated
5 Eddy Arnold (RCA Victor 20-4273) E1VB-1788: “Heart Strings” (Merle Moore) / E1VB-2018: “Somebody's Been Beatin' My Time” (Zeke Clements), undated
6 Eddy Arnold (RCA Victor 20-5193) E2VB-7792: “You Always Hurt the One You Love” (Doris Fisher-Allan Roberts) / E2VB-7800: “I'm Gonna Lock My Heart” (Jimmy Eaton-Terry Shand), undated
7 Chet Atkins (RCA Victor 20-5484 promotional) E2VB-2202: “Three O'Clock in the Morning” (Dorothy Terriss-Julian Robledo) / E3VB-2204: “City Slicker” (Chet Atkins), undated
8 Gene Austin (Victor 209064) A: “My Blue Heaven” (George Whiting-Walter Donaldson) / B: “Are You Thinking of Me To-Night?” (Davis-Akst-Gilbert), undated
9 George Barrere (Columbia A1329) 38751: “The Swan and Allegretto” (Saint-Saens) / 38752: “Simple Confession” (Thome), undated
10 Bavarian Orchestra (Montgomery Ward M-6051) A: “The Merry Widow” (Waltz) / B: “Blue Danube” (Waltz), undated
11 Joe Biviano (RCA Victor 25-1139) A: “Wooden Soldier Polka” (Leon Jessel) / B: “Kindergarten Polka” (Tucker-Val-Schuster) (Cracked), undated
12 Mel Blanc (Capitol 57-780) 5097Y: “Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Good-Bye)” (Kahn-Erdman-Russo) / 5098Z: “I've Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts” (Fred Heatherton) (Broken), undated
13 Boswell Sisters (Brunswick 80013) A: “Shine On Harvest Moon” / B: “Heebie Jeebies” (Badly scratched), undated
14 Janet Brace (Decca 28990) 85324: “Teach Me Tonight” (Gene De Paul-Sammy Cahn) / 85326: “My Old Familiar Heartache” (Hal Blair-Don Robertson) (Broken), undated
15 Brother Blues and the Back Room Boys (Abbey 3015 promotional) G-738: “Feather Weight Mama” (Horace Holmes) / G-739: “Day Break” (Toombs-DuPree), undated
16 Eddy Brown (Columbia A3656) 80013: “Melody” (Dawes) / 80253: “The Broken Melody” (Van Biene), undated
17 Les Brown and Orchestra (Columbia 36779) CO 34261: “My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time” (Curtis-Mizzy) / CO 34262: “He's Home for a Little While” (Goell-Shapiro), undated
18 Les Brown and Orchestra (Columbia 37066) CO 36544: “I Guess I'll Get the Papers” (Prince-Rogers-Kanner) / CO 36545: “The Whole World Is Singing My Song” (Curtis-Mizzy), undated
19 Alfredo Campoli Orchestra (Decca 20184) A: La Boheme selection--Part 1 / B: La Boheme selection--Part 2 (Puccini), undated
20 Carmen Cavallaro and Bob Eberly (Decca 18813) A: “Full Moon and Empty Arms” (Rachmaninoff-Buddy Kaye-Ted Messman) / B: “Come Closer to Me” (Osvaldo Farres-Al Stewart), undated
21 M. Charlesky with Le Quintette Clevers (Decca G-20622) A: “Le Temps des Cerises” (J.B. Clements-Renard) / B: “Au Clair de la Lune” (Lully), undated
22 Buddy Clark (Columbia 38115) CO 37982: “Peculiar” (David-Rodney) / CO 38686: “Now Is the Hour (Maori Farewell Song)” (Kaihan-Scott-Stewart), undated
23 Roger Coleman (Decca 28418 promotional) 83351: “Everything I Have Is Yours” (Harold Adamson-Burton Lane) / 83354: “Give Me the Right” (Al Frisch-Robert Mellin), undated
24 Roger Coleman (Decca 28529 promotional) 83352: “You Say It with Your Eyes” (Jay Spector-Manuiel S. Acuna) / 83353: “My Darling” (Richard Meyers-Edward Heyman), undated
25 Edouard Commette (Columbia 1858-D) L1100: “Scherzo--Part 1” (Commette) / L1101: “Scherzo--Part 2” (Commette), undated
1 The Commodores (Dot 15372) M-8621: “Uranium” (Artie Glenn) / M-8624: “Riding on a Train” (Glenn-Montgomery),undated
2 Perry Como (RCA Victor 20-5571 promotional) E3VB-1984: “I Believe” (Drake-Graham-Shirl-Stillman) / E3VB-1985: “Onward, Christian Soldiers” (Sullivan-Sabine-Gould),undated
3 Perry Como (RCA Victor 20-5572 promotional) E3VB-1986: “Act of Contrition” (Joseph J. Leahy) / E3VB-1989: “Goodnight, Sweet Jesus” (Reverend James Curry), undated
4 Perry Como (RCA Victor 20-5573 promotional) E3VB-1987: “Nearer, My God, To Thee” (Sarah F. Adams-Lowell Mason) / E3VB-1988: “Abide with Me” (H.F. Lyte-W.H. Monk), undated
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59 1 Spade Cooley (Columbia 20397) H 1159: “I Guess I've Been Dreaming Again” (Tex Williams vocal) (Jenkins) / HCO 1820: “Steel Guitar Rag” (McAuliffe-Milsten), undated
2 Spade Cooley (Columbia 37585) HCO 1871: “You'll Never Miss the Water (Till the Well Runs Dry)” (Tex Williams vocal) (V. Lucky-D. Lucky-Cooley) / HCO 1872: “Spadela” (Cooley), undated
3 Cowboy Copas (King Dee Jay Special 1359 promotional) K3720: “Return to Sender” (Ebb-Klein--Shapiro-Bernstein) / K3721: “I'll Waltz with You in My Dreams” (Henry Smith--Nashville), undated
4 Don Cornell (Coral 61206) 85616: “I'm Blessed” (Don Reid-Arthur Altman) / 85620: “Hold My Hand” (Jack Lawrence-Richard Meyers),undated
5 Francis Craig (Bullet) 1012-A: “I'm Looking for a Sweetheart” (Hutchins) / 1012-B: “Beg Your Pardon” (Craig-Smith), undated
6 Bing Crosby (Decca DLA 2842) “Angels of Mercy” (Dedicated to the American Red Cross) (Irving Berlin) / [same as Side A], undated
7 Bing Crosby (Decca 23482) A: “The Sweetest Story Ever Told” (R.M. Stults) / B: “Mighty Lak'a Rose” (Ethelbert Nevin-Frank L. Stanton), undated
8 Bing Crosby and the Andrews Sisters (Decca 28419 promotional) L 6870: “South Rampart Street Parade” (Bob Haggart-Ray Bauduc) / L 6871: “Cool Water” (Bob Nolan),undated
9 Little Joe Crowder (Queen Q-152) A: “A Blackberry Kiss” (Lewis-Little Joe) / B: “I Wish You Wouldn't” (Lewis-Little Joe), undated
10 Doris Day and Buddy Clark (Columbia 38174) CO 38401: “Confess” (Benjamin-Weiss) / CO 38402: “Love Somebody” (Whitneuy-Kramer), undated
11 The Deal Family (Columbia 15285-D) 146070: “Jesus Paid It All” / 146071: “God Shall Wipe Our Tears Away”,undated
12 Eddie Dean (Sage and Sand) 180-A: “I Dreamed of a Hill-Billy Heaven” (Hal Southern-Eddie Dean) / 180-B: “Stealing” (Eddie Dean-Karen Anthony), undated
13 Tommy Edwards (M-G-M 10035) A: “It's All in the Game” (Dawes-Sigman) / B: “All Over Again” (Edwards),undated
14 Detroit Symphony Orchestra (Victrola 1337) A: “España Rapsodie”--Part 1 / “España Rapsodie”--Part 2 (Chabrier),undated
15 Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (Decca 4123) A: “Tangerine” (Victor Schertzinger-Johnny Mercer) / B: “Ev'rything I Love” (Cole Porter),undated
16 Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (Decca 18433) A: “I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo” (Harry Warren-Mack Gordon) / B: “Serenade in Blue” (Harry Warren-Mack Gordon), undated
17 Tommy Dorsey Orchestra (RCA Victor 20-2005) A: “Boogie Woogie” (Pinetop Smith) / B: “On the Sunny Side of the Street” (Dorothuy Fields-Jimmy McHugh), undated
18 Eliot Everett (Royale 207 338) LON52: “Sweetheart of Yesterday” (Sigmung-Faith) / LON53: “In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening” (Carmichael-Mercer),undated
19 Frances Faye (Capitol 2842 promotional) 11966: “Summertime” (George Gershwin-DuBose Heyward) / 11967: “Mad about the Boy” (Noel Coward),undated
20 Tennessee Ernie [Ford] (Capitol 15430) 3982Z: “Philadelphia Lawyer” (Maddox Brothers and Rose) / 3983Y: “Country Junction” (Tennessee Ernie-Cliffie Stone), undated
21 Tennessee Ernie Ford (Capitol commemorative pressing) A: “Sixteen Tons” / B: “I've Got the Milk 'Em in the Mornin' Blues”,February 1969
22 Frank Petty Trio (M-G-M 10735) A: “Bless Your Heart” (Stride-Enston-Drake--Bregman) / B: “At Sundown” (Donaldson--Feist),undated
23 Golden Gate Quartet (Columbia 30128) CO 38277: “Broodle-oo, Broodle-oo (Said the Pigeon)” (P. Smith-Fogarty) / CO 38278: “Abdullah” (W. Jones-Lawrence-Battle), undated
24-25 Golden Gate Quartet (Columbia 36937) 31851: “Moses Smote the Waters” / CCO 4426: “Bones, Bones, Bones (Ezekiel in the Valley)” (Wilson-Owens-Riddick-Frederick) (2 copies), undated
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60 1 Benny Goodman Orchestra (Victor 26021) A: “When I Go A Dreamin'” (Bickley Reichner-Clay Boland) / B: “Blue Interlude” (Carter-Kurtz-Mills), undated
2 Benny Goodman Orchestra (Victor 26170) A: “And the Angels Sing” (Johnny Mercer-Ziggie Elman) / B: “Sent for You Yesterday and Here You Come Today” (Rushing-Durham-Basie), undated
3 Benny Goodman Orchestra (Columbia 35869) CO 29178: “Cabin in the Sky” (Latouche-Duke) / B: “Taking a Chance on Love” (Latouche-Fetter-Duke),undated
4 Guatemala Marimba Orchestra (Columbia 38007-F) 95637: “Perfidy” / 95643: “The Sexton” (Alfonso Esparza Oteo),undated
5 Woody Herman Orchestra (Columbia 37160) HCO 2037: “If It's Love You Want (Baby, That's Me)” (Robin) / HCO 2052: “Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams” (Koehler-Moll-Barris),undated
6 Homer and Jethro (RCA Victor 20-5372 promotional) E3VB-0694: “I'm Walking Behind You” (Billy Reid) / E3VB-0695: “Mexican Joe Number 6-7/8” (Mitchell Torok),undated
7 Eddy Howard (Mercury 5711) 4196: “(It's No) Sin” (Shull-Hoven) / 4198: “My Wife and I” (B. Smith-Adams), undated
8 Louie Innis (King Dee Jay Special 1392) K3833: “Hearts of Stone” (Ray-Jackson--Regent) / K3834: “There's a Hot Fire in the Old Locomotive” (Roberts-Katz--Hill and Range), undated
9 International Novelty Orchestra (Victor 19901) A: “Song of the Vagabonds” (Brian Hooker-Rudolf Friml) / B: “Only a Rose” (Brian Hooker-Rudolf Friml),undated
10 Sascha Jacobsen (Columbia A2977) 79190: “The Love Nest” (Hirsch) / 79203: “Blue Diamonds” (Caddigan and Storey), 1906
11 Sascha Jacobsen (Columbia A3495) 79818: “Serenade” (Pierne) / 79820: “Spring Song” (Songs without Words, Number 30, Mendelssohn),undated
12 Harry James Orchestra (Columbia 35587) LA 2044: “Flash” (James) / CO 25288: “All or Nothing at All” (Frank Sinatra vocals) (Lawrence-Altman),undated
13 Gordon Jenkins Orchestra (Decca 28450 promotional) 83451: “Leave Me Just a Little Bit of You” (Sam Stept) / 83452: “I'll Know My Love” (Buddy Kaye-Lee Jones),undated
14 Jerry Murad's Harmonicats (Mercury 5533) “Harmonicats' Boogie” (Murad-Fiore-Les) / “Hey Keesideetch (What D'Ya Say)” (Jack Zero), undated
15 Buddy Johnson Orchestra (Decca 28165) 820154: “My Aching Heart” (Conyers-Proctor) / 82193: “I Don't Know What's Troublin' Your Mind” (Buddy Johnson),undated
16 Spike Jones and the City Slickers (RCA Victor 20-5320 promotional) E3VB-0570: “Three Little Fishies (Itty Bitty Poo)” (Saxie Dowell) / E2VB-5239: “A Din Skal, A Min Skal (Swedish Polka)” (Spike Jones-Bernie Jones-Freddy Morgan), undated
17 Karl Jorn (Columbia A1840) 45614: “Schlummerliedchen” / 45615: “Morgen-Hymne”, 1915
18 Sammy Kaye (Victor 20-1662) A: “The More I See You” (Mack Gordon-Harry Warren) / B: “I Miss Your Kiss” (Sammy Kaye-Sunny Skyler),undated
19 Perry Kim and Einar Nyland (Rainbow 1018) A: “I Will Sing of My Redeemer” (Bliss-McGranahan) / B: “Keep Me on the Firing Line” (E. Arthur Lewis),undated
20 Kirilloff's Russian Balalaika Orchestra (Victor 19960) A: “Song of the Volga Boatmen” (Folk song) / B: “Shining Moon” (Folk song),undated
21 Eartha Kitt (RCA Victor 20-5737 promotional) E3VB-2422: “Señor” (Harold Adamson-Humberto Teixeira) / E2VB-2426: “Let's Do It” (Cole Porter),undated
22 Gene Krupa Orchestra (Columbia 36846) CO 34970: “A Tender Word Will Mend It” (Roberts-Fisher) / CO 34971: “Along the Navajo Trail” (Markes-Charles De Lange), undated
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61 1 Kay Kyser (Brunswick 8225) B23404: “The Umbrella Man” (Cavanaugh-Rose-Stock) / B23406: “Sixty Seconds Together” (David-Livingston),undated
2 Kay Kyser (Brunswick 8439) LA1909: “Go Fly a Kite” (Burke-Monaco) / LA1912: “A Man and His Dream” (Burke-Monaco),undated
3 Kay Kyser (Columbia 35307) LA1976: “Chatterbox” (Roberts-Branin) / WCO26265: “This Changing World” (Adamson-Suesse),undated
4 Kay Kyser (Columbia 35777) LA2362: “He's My Uncle” (Newman-Pollack) / LA2367: “Johnny Peddler” (L. Brown-De Almeida-Nesdan),undated
5 Kay Kyser (Columbia 36433) HCO 523: “Humpty Dumpty Heart” (Burke-Van Heusen) / HCO 540: “Romeo Smith and Juliet Jones” (Burke-Van Heusen), undated
6 Kay Kyser (Columbia 36433) HCO 895: “Ev'ry Night About This Time” (Koehler-Monaco) / HCO 905: “Strip Polka” (Mercer),undated
7 Kay Kyser (Columbia 36676) CCO 4236: “Pushin' Sand” (Simmons-Hillman) / HCO 901: “You're So Good to Me” (Styne-S. Cahn), undated
8 Kay Kyser (Columbia 36801) HCO 1333: “Bell Bottom Trousers“ (Jaffe) / HCO 1334: “Can't You Read Between the Lines” (Cahn-Styne), undated
9 Kay Kyser (Columbia 36960) HCO 1709: “One-zy Two-zy” (Franklin-Taylor) / HCO 1710: “There's No One But You” (Evans-Croom-Johnson),undated
10 Kay Kyser (Columbia 37095) HCO 1920: “Huggin' and Chalkin'” (Hayes-Goell) / HCO 1921: “The Old Lamp-Lighter” (Tobias-Simon),undated
11 Steve La Rue (Harmad 101) A: “Money in Your Eyes” / B: “You Ran Away” (both Steve Bewley-Harry Okun),undated
12 Frankie Laine (Columbia 39367): RHCO 4455: “Jezebel” (Shanklin) / RHCO: 4458 “Rose, Rose, I Love You” (Wilfrid Thomas),undated
13 Frankie Laine (Mercury 5495): “I Was Dancing with Someone” (Henry Nemo--Harms) / “Nevertheless” (Harry Ruby-Bert Kalmar--Crawford), undated
14 Steve Lawrence (King Dee Jay Special 1223) K8399: “To the Birds” (Kane-Kingsley--World Wide) / K8402: “With Every Breath I Take” (Rainger-Robin--Famous),undated
15 D. Fred Leader (Quality CR2865) M98a: “Submission” / M98b: “The Loveliness of Christ” (Chipped, scratched),undated
16 D. Fred Leader (Quality CR2865) M100a: “No One Ever Cared For Me Like Jesus” / M100b: “Peace In My Mind” (Lightly scratched),undated
17 Peggy Lee (Capitol 15022) 2609Y: “Mañana (Is Good Enough for Me” (Dave Barbour-Peggy Lee) / 2622Z: “All Dressed Up with a Broken Heart” (Patrick-Reese-Val), undated
18 Peggy Lee (Capitol 57-543) 4095Y: “Bali Ha'i” (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II) / 4096Z: “There Is Nothing Like a Dame” (Richard Rodgers-Oscar Hammerstein II), undated
19 Peggy Lee (Decca 29834) L8904: “Mr. Wonderful” (Jerry Beck-Larry Holofcener-George Weiss) / L8906: “Crazy in the Heart” (Alec Wilder-Bill Engvick) (Cracked), undated
20 Peggy Lee and Gordon Jenkins (Decca 28215) 82813: “Lover” (Richard Rodgers-Lorenz Hart) / 82816: “You Go to My Heart” (J. Fred Coots-Haven Gillespie) (Broken),undated
21 Joe Liggins and His Honeydrippers (Exclusive) 210-A: “Got a Right to Cry” (Joe Liggins) / “Blue Moods” (Joe Liggins),undated
22 Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians (Decca 18399) A: “Jingle Jangle Jingle” (Joseph J. Lilley-Frank Loesser) / B: “Idaho” (Jesse Stone),undated
23 Maple Leaf Quartet (Quartet Records 0015) 2-A: “Away Up Yonder in Glory” (Lee Roy Abernathy) / 4-A: “I'm Feeling Mighty Fine Tonight” (Lee Roy Abernathy) (Cracked),undated
24 Jose Mardones (Columbia A3309) 78149: “El Arriero (My Love Is a Muelteer)” (Di Nogero) / 79012: “¡Ay, Ay, Ay!” (Vidalita Argentina), undated
25 Lucy Isabelle Marsh (Victrola 4014) A: “Solvejg's Song” (Grieg) / B: “Solvejg's Cradle Song” (Geieg),undated
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62 1 Dean Martin (Capitol 948) 5606-Z: “I'm Gonna Paper All My Walls with Your Love Letters” (Teddy Powell-Bernie Wayne) / 5607-Y: “Muskrat Ramble” (Kid Ory-Ray Gilbert), undated
2 Tony Martin (RCA Victor 20-2862 promotional) A: “It's You or No One” (Sammy Kahn-Jule Styne) / B: “It's Magic” (Sammy Kahn-Jule Styne), undated
3 Tony Martin (RCA Victor 20-4056) A: “Would I Love You (Love You, Love You)” (Russell-Spina) / B: “I Apologize” (Hoffman-Goodhart-Nelson) (Cracked), undated
4 Barbara Maurel (Columbia A3437) 79553: “Love's Dream” (Tosti) / 79824: “Sweetheart for You” (Moore),undated
5 Leon McAuliffe (Columbia 20706 promotional) CO 43172: “Bonaparte's Retreat” (Pee Wee King) / CO 43173: “What, Where and When” (Cy Coben-Roy Wiggins),undated
6 Brownie McGhee (Savoy) 747-A: “Brownie's New Worried Life Blues” / 747-B: “C. C. Baby”, undated
7 Johnny Mercer (Capitol 129) 4A: “They Didn't Believe Me” (Kern-Rourke) / Freddie Slack instrumental “Riffette” (Jones-Slack), undated
8 Johnny Mercer (Capitol 323) 1442: “Zip-A-De-Doo-Dah” (Wruble-Gilbert) / 1443: “Ev'rybody Has a Laughing Place” (Wruble-Gilbert), undated
9 Johnny Mercer (Capitol 15051) 2551Y: “Goofus” (Kahn-Harold-King) / 2905Z: “The Hills of California” (Robert Hayward-Robert Slaver), undated
10 Metropolitan Light Opera Chorus (Montgomery Ward M-6063) A: “Pilgrims' Chorus” (from Tannhäuser by Wagner) / B: “Anvil Chorus” (from Trovatore by Verdi) (Cracked),undated
11 The Modernaires (Columbia 38305) HCO 1883: “La Cucaracha”/ HCO 1885: “Dummy Song” (Lew Brown, Billy Rose, Ray Henderson),undated
12 The Modernaires (Columbia 38589) CCO 5073: “My Friend Irma” (Jay Livingston-Ray Evans) / CCO 5076: “Love Happy” (Ann Ronell), undated
13 Vaughn Monroe Orchestra (RCVA Victor 20-1704) A: “Moonglow” (DeLange-Mills-Hudson) / B: “Moon of Manakoora” (Frank Loesser-Alfred Newman) (Broken), undated
14 Moran and Mack (Columbia 935-D) 143602: “Two Black Crows--Part 1” (Mack) / “Two Black Crows--Part 2” (Mack) (Chipped) , undated
15 Moran and Mack (Columbia 935-D) 143602: “Two Black Crows--Part 1” (Mack) / “Two Black Crows--Part 2” (Mack) (Copy 2), undated
16 Liza Morrow (King 15214): “Mississippi Cakewalk” (Turner-Wakefield) / “When They Ask about You” (Sam H. Stept), undated
17 Teddy Phillips (King 15201): K8275: “Pelahdino“ (Pernambuco-Zacarias--Peer) / “Hopin'” (Trace-Trace--Brandom), undated
18 Teddy Phillips (King 15212): “Open House“ (Hart-Lewis-Simms--Pickwick) / “Mary, Mary” (Stanley-Hoyt-Sminote), undated
19 Virgilio Raben (Victor 30627) A: “Buenas Noches (Good Night, Sweetheart)” (Ray Noble-Jimmy Ray-Reg. Connelly / B: “Yo no se por que (I Don't Know Why)” (Roy Turk-Fred E. Ahlert),undated
20 John Raitt (Decca 28337 promotional) 83041: “The Song Angels Sing” (Paul Francis Webster) / 83042: “Because You're Mine” (Nicholas Brodszky-Sammy Cahn), undated
21 The Rangers Quartet (Rangers Record of the Month RA 1004) A: “Wanna Rest” / B: “Over the Moon”, February 1950
22 Homer Rodeheaver (Rainbow 1001) A: “Safe in the Arms of Jesus” (Crosby-Doane) / B: “I Walk with the King” (Rowe-Ackley), undated
23 Jimmie Rodgers (Victor 21245) A: “Ben Dewberry's Final Run” (Andy Jenkins) / B: “In the Jailhouse Now” (J. Rodgers) (Chipped), undated
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63 1 Rosario Bourdon Concert Ensemble (Montgomery Ward M-6032) A: “Fra Diavolo Overture Part 1” / B: “Fra Diavolo Overture Part 2” (Auber), undated
2 Rosario Bourdon Concert Ensemble (Montgomery Ward M-6035) A: “William Tell Overture Part 1” / B: “William Tell Overture Part 2” (Rossini), undated
3 Rosario Bourdon Concert Ensemble (Montgomery Ward M-6036) A: “William Tell Overture Part 3” / B: “William Tell Overture Part 4” (Rossini), undated
4 Francisco V. Salinas (Victor 46469) A: “Vals Serenata” (P. Manjarrez) / B: “Dime Que Si” (F.V. Salinas), undated
5 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 20-5510 promotional) E3VB-2257: “Roses Speak Louder Than Words” (S. Nelson-E,G. Nelson-E. Nelson, Jr.) / E3VB-2260: “Spanish Coquita” (Tommy Sands), undated
6 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 20-5628 promotional) E3VB-2258: “Life Is So Lonesome” (Clemons-Carter-Mott) / E3VB-2886: “A Dime and a Dollar” (Jay Livingston-Ray Evans), undated
7 Tommy Sands (RCA Victor 20-5697 promotional) E3VB-2259: “Never Let Me Go” (Tommy Sands) / E3VB-2885: “I Know About the Bees” (Thelma Ratledge-Tommy Sands), undated
8 Artie Shaw and His Gramercy Five (RCA Victor 26763) A: “Summit Ridge Drive” (Shaw) / B: “Cross Your Heart” (B.G. DeSylva-Kewis E. Gensler), undated
9 Dinah Shore (Columbia 37850) HCO 2499: “The Stanley Steamer” (Blane-Warren) / HCO 2500: “I'm Out to Forget Tonight” (Allen), undated
10 Dinah Shore (RCA Victor 20-4992 promotional) E2VB-6981: “Hi-Lili, Hi-Lo” (Helen Deutsch-Bronislaw Kaper), undated
11 The Silver-Masked Tenor [Joseph M. White] (Victor 19916) A: “Kathleen Mavourneen” (Julia Crawford-Frederick Nichols Crouch) / B: “The Harp That Once Through Tara's Halls” (Thomas Moore), undated
12 Frank Sinatra (Columbia 37231) HCO 2123: “I Got a Gal I Love” (Cahn-Styne) / CO 37163: “That's How Much I Love You” (Arnold-Fowler-H.G./ Hall), undated
13 Eddie Smith and The Chiefs (King Dee Jay Special 1394) K3840: “Stumbling” (Edward Confrey) / K3841: “Silver Star Stomp” (Lois), undated
14 Smith's Sacred Singers (Columbia 15173-D) 143887: “Trace the Footsteps of Jesus” / 143889: “He Is Coming Back”, undated
15 Bill Snyder (Decca 28627 promotional) 83374: “Close to My Heart” (Bill Snyder-Robert Mellin) / 83376: “Portrait of Jenny” (Gordon Burdge-Russel Robinson), undated
16 Tommy Sosebee (Coral 64062 promotional) 76765: “Columbus, G. A.” (Jimmy Atkins--Rytvoc) / 76766: “Dream Baby” (Cliff Friend-Teddy Powell--Tee Pee), undated
17 Jo Stafford (Capitol 824) 5339Y: “Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend” (Leo Robin-Jule Styne) / 5340Z: “Open Door--Open Arms” (Buddy Kaye-Fryman Fritz Gustaf) (Broken), undated
18 Jo Stafford (Capitol 57-710 promotional) 4658Y: “The Last Mile Home” (Walter Kent-Walton Farrar) / 4916Y: Mel Torme “The Meadows of Heaven” (Joseph McCarthy Jr.-Joseph Meyer), undated
19 Jo Stafford and Gordon MacRae (Capitol 15393) 3922Y: “Need You” (Blackburn-Mitchell-Porter) / 3923X: “'A' You're Adorable” (Kaye-Wise-Lippman) (Broken), undated
20 The Stamps Quartet (Columbia 37674) DAL 521: “Give the World a Smile” (Yandell) / DAL 522: “There's a Little Pine Log Cabin” (Brumley), undated
21 The Stamps Quartet (Victor 21072-A): “Give the World a Smile” (Deaton-Yandell) / (Victor 21072-B): “Love Leads the Way” (Rowe-Stamps), undated
22 V. O. Stamps and M. L. Yandell (Victor 21722) A: “You Must Come in at the Door” (Stamps-Yandell) / B: “When the Light Shines Thru” (Walter E. Edmiaston-V.O. Stamps), undated
23 Kay Starr (Capitol 2464) 11443: “Allez-Vous-En” (Cole Porter--Chappell) / 11444: “Half a Photograph” (Harold Stanley-Bob Russell--Vesta) (Broken), undated
24 John Charles Thomas (RCA Victor 1736) A: “The Lord's Prayer” (Albert Hay Malotte) / B: “Just for Today” (Sybil F. Partridge-Blanche E. Seaver) (Broken), undated
25 Mel Torme (Capitol 57-671) 4476Y: “The Four Winds and the Seven Seas” (Hal David-Don Rodney) / 4477Z: “It's Too Late Now” (Gale-Coots-Furin), undated
26 Al Trace (Regent 123) A: “Fickle Fanny” / B: “The Whistler and His Dog” (Broken), undated
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64 1 Vaughan Quartet (Vaughan 575) A: “Echoes from the Glory Shore” (Oatman-Harris) / B: “I Need the Prayers” (James D. Vaughan), undated
2 Vaughan Quartet (Vaughan 625) A: “Music in My Soul” (Oatman-Harris) / B: “Jesus Is All I Need” (Rowe-Pace), undated
3 Vaughan Quartet (Vaughan 900) A: “Will You Be There?” (Rowe-Hamilton) / B: “I'm in His Care” (Stamps-Deaton), undated
4 Vaughan Quartet (Victor V-40045) A: “I Want to Go There, Don't You?” (Jas. Rowe Haney) / B: “His Charming Love” (O.A. Parris), undated
5 Emil Velazco (Columbia 1565-D) 146975: “Angela Mia” (Rapee and Pollack) / 146977: “If You Don't Love Me” (Ager and Yellen), undated
6 Victor Orchestra (Victor 19881) A: “Soldier's March” (Schumann) / “March” (A. Hollaender); B: “March” (Nutcracker from Tschaikowsky) / “March” (Alceste from Gluck), undated
7 Victor String Ensemble (Victor 19923) A: “Oh Vermeland, Thou Lovely” (Folk melody) / B: “The Music Box” (Liadow) (Woodwinds), undated
8 The Voices of Walter Schumann (RCA Victor 20-5736) E4VB-3087: “Do You?” (Stein-Masingill) / E4VB-3089: “Suddenly” (Dorcas Cochran-Richard Heuberger), undated
9 The Voices of Walter Schumann (RCA Victor 20-5777) E4VB-3086: “Paddlin' Madelin' Home” (Harry Woods) / E4VB-3089: “The Goodnight Waltz” (Gilkyson-Derr-Miller), undated
10 Jimmy Wakely (Coral 61112) L7490: “Red Deck of Cards” (Red River Dave McEnery) / L7491: “I've Had My Share of Sorrow” (Jimmy Wakely-Ola Wendell), undated
11 Jimmy Wakely and Lawrence Welk (Coral 61134) L7503: “I Stopped Livin'” (George Wartner-Walt Weidler) / L7543: “I Love You” (B. Grimes), undated
12 Mel Walker with Johnny Otis Orchestra (Regent 1022 promotional): A “Strange Woman” (Otis-Walker) / B: “Lonely Blues” (Otis-Walker), undated
13 Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians (Decca 189456) A: “You're a Grand Old Flag” (George M. Cohan) / B: “Over There” (George M. Cohan) (Broken), undated
14 Howard White (Hickory 1008) F-17: “The Dove” (Acuff-Rose) / F-18: “Ensonata” (White--Acuff-Rose), undated
15 Paul Williams and his Hucklebuckers (Savoy 751 promotional) A: “Rye Boogie” / B: “Weasel Swing”, undated
16 Slim Willet with the Brush Cutters (Four Star 1614) “Hadacol Corners” (Willet) / “Don't Let the Stars (Get in Your Eyes)” (Willet), undated
17 [Sound effects] (Major Records 4102) A: Department store sounds / B: Clock ticking, alarm, adding machine, typewriter, undated
18 [Sound effects] (Major Records 4104) A: Fight crowd roar, gong, fight crowd, heart beat / B: Confusion of voices, crowd laughing, undated
19 [Sound effects] (Major Records 5059) A: Oriental theme, Hawaiian theme / B: Musical bridges (10-26 seconds), undated
20 [Sound effects] (Standard Radio 905) A: News broadcast themes / B: News broadcast themes, undated
10-inch 80 rpm Edison Diamond Discs
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65 1 Atlantic Dance Orchestra (Edison Labs 51168) 8951: “Oh! Harold” (Lee S. Roberts) / 8955: “The Cat's Whiskers” (Ed. Gladstone and Felix Austead), undated
2 Vernon Dalhart and Carson Robinson (Edison Labs) 11984: “When the Sun Goes Down Again” (Robinson) / 11985: “Sing On Brother, Sing!” (Robinson) (Chipped edges), undated
3 Vernon Dalhart and Company (Edison Labs 51459) 9789: “The Prisoner's Song” (Guy S. Massey) / Carson Robinson 9790: “Way Out West in Kansas” (Robinson) (Chipped edge, missing one label, contains added inscription from U.S. Air Force recruiter), undated
4 Robert White [Vernon Dalhart] (Edison Labs 51250): “Circus Days (Oh! You Circus Days)” (Edith Maida Lessing and Jimmie V. Monaco) / Al Bernard and Frank M. Kamplain: “When Dixie Stars Are Playing Peek-A-Boo” (Bernard-Robinson) (Missing one label),1923
12-inch 33-1/3 rpm LP records
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65 5-9 The Crickets and Manuel Melendes (dummy promotional album over-labeled on one side with autographs of the artists, suitable for framing) (5 copies), January 30, 2003
10-inch 78 rpm records, mounted for framing
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65 10 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys (Red Barn RH1160) A: “One Faded Rose” / B: [Unknown, glued to board], undated
11 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys (Royalty RR 400) A: “Cryin' Holy Medley” (Arranged by Odis Senior and Junior) / B: [Unknown, glued to board], undated
12 Odis Echols and His Melody Boys (White Church 5118) A: [Unknown, glued to board] / B: “When God Dips His Love in My Heart” (Clevant Derricks), undated
12-inch 78 rpm records
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66 1 Alda-Jacoby-Caruso-Journet (Victrola 10002) A:“Siam giunti, o giovinette” / B: “Che Vuoldir Clo” (both from Martha by Von Flotow), undated
2 Barrientos, Hackett, Stracciari, Mardones, Noe and Meader (Columbia 49768): “Chi Raffrena Il Mio Furore” (from Lucia di Lammermoor by Donizetti) [single-sided], undated
3 Cincinnatti Symphony (Columbia A6190) 49703: “Scherzo” (from Mid-Summer Night's Dream by Mendelssohn) / 49704: “Intermezzo” (from Naila by Delibes) [mold damage], undated
4 Duci De Kerékjártó (Columbia 49900) “Romanza Andaluza” (Sarasate) [single-sided, edge broken], undated
5 Duci De Kerékjártó (Columbia 49901) “Nocturne, D Flat Major, Opus 27” (Chopin-Wilhelm) [single-sided], undated
6 Geraldine Farrar-Enrico Caruso-Narcel Journet (Victrola 95203): “Alerte! Ou vous êtes perdus” (from Faust by Gounoud) [single-sided], undated
7 Alma Gluck (Victrola 74442): “Old Black Joe” (Stephen Foster) [single-sided], undated
8 Haydn Quartet (Victor 31241): Church Scene from “The Old Homestead” [single-sided], undated
9 Hulda Lashanska (Columbia 49339) “Home, Sweet Home” (Payne-Bishop) [single-sided], undated
10 Hipolito Lazaro (Columbia 49350): “Ave Maria” (Gounoud) [single-sided, edge broken], undated
11 Jose Mardones (Columbia A6220) 49602: “Possenti Numi” (from Magic Flute by Mozart) / 49704: “Del Futuro Nel Bujo Discerno” (from Nabucodonosor by Verdi), undated
12 Jose Mardones (Columbia A6225) 49563: “Golondron” (from Maruxa by Vives) / 49629: “Prologo-Ave Signor” (from Mefistofele by Bolto), undated
13 Neapolitan Trio (Victor 35210) A: “Dear Heart” (Tito Mattel) / B: “Fond Memories” (Menzel), undated
14 Arthur Pryor's Band (Victor 31349): “Lustspiel Overture” (Keler-Bela) [single-sided], undated
15 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 49453) “Serenade” (Schubert-Elman) [single-sided, edge broken], undated
16 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 49950) “Paraphrase on Paderewski's Minuet” (Kreisler) [single-sided], undated
17 Toscha Seidel (Columbia 98046) “Angel's Serenade” (Braga) [single-sided], undated
18 Eugen Ysaye (Columbia 36521) “Mazurkas” (Obertass, Menetrier, Wieniawske) [single-sided], undated
19 Eugen Ysaye (Columbia 36523) “Rondino” (Vieuxtemps) [single-sided], undated
7-inch 45 rpm Demo discs
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68 1 Odis Echols (Labeled "OLE Mon [illegible]", 2-sided), undated
2 [Unlabeled except "1" and "2"], undated
8-inch 45 rpm Demo discs
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68 1 Dave Cottle (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Athena" / "I Wonder What I'll Dream About Tonight", undated
2 Dave Cottle (Audio Arts Audiodisc): "Athena" / "I Wonder What I'll Dream About Tonight" (Version 1), undated
3 Dave Cottle (Audio Arts Audiodisc): "Athena" / "I Wonder What I'll Dream About Tonight" (Version 2), undated
4 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Athena" / [Single-sided], undated
5 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "I Wonder What I'll Dream About Tonight" / [Single-sided], undated
6 [Unlabeled artist Kappa Sigma] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Kappa Sigma Dream Girl" / "When the Lights of the Chapter Are Low", undated
7 [Unlabeled artist Kappa Sigma] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Kappa Sigma Sweetheart" / "The Goblet Song", undated
8 [Unlabeled artist Kappa Sigma] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Lori" / "I Love Paris", undated
9 [Unlabeled artist Kappa Sigma] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Lori" [Single-sided], undated
10 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Sunset" / [Single-sided], undated
11 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "The Golden Leaves" / [Single-sided], undated
12 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Wayward Wind" / "Young Land", undated
13 [Unlabeled artist] (Four Star Music Audiodisc): "Frog Legs" / "Pretty Girls", undated
14 [Unlabeled artist] (Capitol demo disc): "I Like, You Like" / "Lover Ya Ha", undated
10-inch demo discs
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67 1 Patsy Bearden (Soundcraft disc): “On My Mind Again" / "Teardrops in My Heart", August 15, 1957
2 Jimmy Brown (KSEL disc): “Second Fiddle" / Ann Haggin: "Second Fiddle", undated
3 The Commodores (Presto disc 5301): “Falling Star" / [Unlabeled], undated
4-6 Ralna English (Presto disc): “Tell Me, Tell Me, Fortune Teller" / “Timmy" (3 copies, undated
7 Ralna English (Clifford Herring, Fort Worth, single-sided disc): "For a Lifetime", undated
8 Ralna English (KLLL disc): "Dear Diary" / "Red Light Green Light" (Both marked Cut 1, undated
9 Ralna English (Audiodisc): "If You Forget" / "Planet of Love" (Both written by Richard Stewart), April 1958
10 Eddie Fisher (Audiodisc): Radio spots / International radio spots (Madrid, Rio, Athens, Paris), July 23, 1953
11 Four Teens (Presto disc): "I Stand Alone" / "Once in a Lifetime", January 29, 1959
12 Four Teens (Presto disc): "Wiggle Walk" / [Unlabeled], January 29, 1959
13 Four Teens (Presto disc): "Wiggle Walk" / "Once in a Lifetime", undated
14 Four Teens (Presto disc): "Once in a Lifetime" / [Unlabeled], undated
15 Matalik Chavez Hall (Unmarked one-sided disc): "Sky Dreams", undated
16 Jimmy Peters and the Four Teens (Presto disc): "Mystery" / "I Won't Be Around", undated
17 Charlie Phillips (Presto disc): "Sugartime" / "One Faded Rose", April 4, 1956
18 Charlie Phillips (Soundcraft disc): "Sugartime" / "One Faded Rose", July 11, 1957
19 Charlie Phillips (Soundcraft disc): "Sugartime" / "One Faded Rose" (Copy 2), July 11, 1957
20 Bill Pickering (Presto disc): "Faithless" / "My Desire", January 30, 1959
21 Bill Pickering (Presto disc): "Faithless" / "My Desire" (Copy 2), undated
22 Kenneth Precure (Presto disc, autographed): "Only Because" / "When You Are Near Me", undated
23 Loyd Roberson (Presto disc): "Honeybee" / "Honeybee" piano accompaniment by Marvel Henslee, undated
24 [A. H. (Ann Haggin?) vocal] (Audiodisc) "Second Fiddle" / [J. B. (Jimmy Brown?) vocal] "Second Fiddle", undated
25 [A. H. (Ann Haggin?) vocal] (Audiodisc) "Second Fiddle" / [Unlabeled], undated
26 [Unlabeled demo of Western swing band] (Audiodisc) "Oh, God, Watch Over Momma for Me" / "Same Old Moon", undated
27 [Unlabeled demo, female vocalist with string orchestra] (Audiodisc) "Lover Ya Ha" / "Falling Star", undated
28 [Unlabeled demo, male vocal with female chorus] (Audiodisc) "Coke Date" / "I Like, You Like", undated
29 [Unlabeled demo] (Presto disc) "Be There" / "Baby (I Need Your Lovin')", undated
30 [Unlabeled demo, male vocal with big band] (Presto disc) "Only Because" / "When You Are Near Me", undated
31 [Unlabeled demo] Herb Reis Music Corporation (Soundcraft Blue Diamond disc): "Beach Doll" (Lee Morris-Bernie Wayne) / [Unlabeled], undated
10-inch Radio transcription discs
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68 15 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "Jesse" / "Jolie Blonde"; [No track list] [Acetate flaking both sides], March 22, 1947
16 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys: "It's My Turn Now" / "Have I Waited Too Long" [Acetate flaking both sides on edge], undated
17 KSEL Lubbock, Texas: News, weather and jingles, undated
18-19 KZIP Amarillo, Texas, 33-1/3 rpm: News, weather, show themes (2 copies), undated
20 KCLV Clovis, New Mexico, 78 rpm: Jimmy Wakely station breaks, "Let's Go to Church" intro, undated
12-inch demo discs
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68 28 Don Guess (Soundcraft disc, no speed marked): "Good, Good Feeling" / "Shirl-Lee", undated
29 Don Guess (Soundcraft disc, no speed marked): "Good, Good Feeling" / "Shirl-Lee" (Copy 2), undated
30 [Unlabeled artist/s] (Soundcraft disc, no speed marked): "Welcome to the Wedding", "I Lika", "Let the Matter Be", "You Can Say That Again", undated
12-inch Radio transcription discs
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68 21 The Commodores on Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts (Cliff Herring disc, 78 rpm), February 20-22, 1957
22 KSEL (KSEL disc, no speed marked): News, weather, show themes and promos, undated
23 KCLV (KSEL disc, 78 rpm): Themes and jingles, July 1, 1959
24 KCLV (Sellers Company disc, 78 rpm): Show openings, themes and jingles, January 1960
25 KCLV (33-1/3 rpm): Show openings, themes and jingles (Edge chipped), February 1961
26 Odis Echols personal (No speed marked) Themes and jingles, undated
27 Noel Coward opening 1 and 2 (33-1/3 rpm) (Edge warped), undated
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76 1 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "Song of the Pioneers" / "Navajo Trail", December 11, 1945
2 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "Hold That Critter Down" / "Roll along Jordan"; "Sleepy Rio Grande", February 15, 1946
3 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart" / "Waiting for the Train to Come In", February 5, 1946
4 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "I Talk to Myself about You" [Marked "J. Wardlow"] / "I Wear Your Memory in My Heart", May 15, 1946
5 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana: Melody Ranch Boys: "Blue Prairie" / [Unlabeled] [Sleeve marked "Bob Shelton"], December 2, 1946
6-7 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana, 78 rpm: Melody Ranch Boys: "Ii's a Sin" / "This World Is Not My Home"; "Convict and Rose" / "Have I Waited Too Long" (2 copies), June 25, 1947
8 KSEL: Melody Boys: "Crying Holy" (Spiritual) / [Unlabeled], July 22, 1949
9 KSEL Orthacoustic disc: Odis Echols: "Give the World a Smile" (Theme) / "Theme", undated
10 Odis Echols (Presto disc) “Keep Moving" / “Where Could I Go" / “It Is No Secret"; “When Morning Comes" / “I'll Be Somewhere Listening", undated
11-16 [Unlabeled] Odis Echols: “Honey" / “Old Man River" [Sleeve marked "Keeper"] (6 copies), undated
17 Odis Echols (National Hollywood disc): Echols / Melody Boys, undated
12-inch 33-1/3 rpm Radio syndication discs
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69 1 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie syndicated show (Debco): Side 1: Shows 1-6 (Label missing) / Side 2: Shows 7-12, undated
2-3 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 13-18 / Side 2: Shows 19-24 (2 copies), undated
4-5 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 25-30 / Side 2: Shows 31-36 (2 copies), undated
6-7 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 37-42 / Side 2: Shows 43-48 (2 copies), undated
8-9 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 49-54 / Side 2: Shows 55-60 (2 copies), undated
10-11 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 61-66 / Side 2: Shows 67-72 (2 copies), undated
12-13 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 73-78 / Side 2: Shows 79-84 (2 copies), undated
14-15 Debbie Reynolds, Date with Debbie (Debco): Side 1: Shows 85-90 / Side 2: Shows 91-96 (2 copies), undated
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70 1 The Big Sound (Stars International JOE-1) Open-end commercial jingles: 1: Auto Sales #1, 2: Auto Sales #2, 3: Auto Sales #3, 4: Grocery #1, 5: Grocery #2, 6: Bakery #1, 7: Bakery #2,. 8: Transportation #1, 9: Finance #1, 10: Laundry #1 / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
2 The Big Sound (Stars International JOE-2) Open-end commercial jingles: 1: Grocery #3, 2: Women’s Wear #1, 3: Drive-in #1, 4: Sewing #1, 5: Jewelry #1, 6: Building #1, 7: General #1, 8: Ice Cream #1, 9: Car Wash #1, 10: Auto Sales #4 / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
3 The Big Sound (Stars International JOE-3) Open-end commercial jingles: Side One: 1: Finance Co. #2, 2: Auto Sales #5, 3: Drive-In Restaurant #2, 4: Shopping Center, 5: Theatre #1, 6: Theatre #2, 7: Furniture #1, 8: Coffee or Tea #1, 9: Amusement Park #1, 10: Dairy #1 / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
4 The Big Sound (Stars International JOE-4) Open-end commercial jingles: Side One: 1: Beauty Salon #1, 2: Camera Shop #1, 3: Beverage #1, 4: Motel #1, 5: Bank #1, 6: Air-Conditioning #1, 7: Trailers #1, 8: Sports Store #1, 9: Sewing #2, 10: Hotel #1 / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
5 The Big Sound (Stars International K-4-R) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: 1: Chicken, 2: Chicken Livers, 3: Cakes, 4: Milk, 5: Bread, 6: Burned Foods, 7: Cracked Crumbs, 8: Pot Handles, 9: Lemon Juice, 10: Peanut Butter, 11: Raw Potato, 12: Measuring Cup, 13: Cheese, 14: Corn, 15: Eggs / Side Two: 1: Step-Ladders, 2: Wax, 3: Bath Toys, 4: Mirrors, 5: Candles, 6: Carpets, 7: Dishes, 8: Silver Polish, 9: Paint, 10: Pepper, 11: Steel Wool, 12: Balloons, 13: Cake Icing, 14: Trays, 15: Vinegar, 1961-1963
6 The Big Sound (Stars International 12-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
7 The Big Sound (Stars International 13-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
8 The Big Sound (Stars International 14-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
9 The Big Sound (Stars International 15-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
10 The Big Sound (Stars International 16-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
11 The Big Sound (Stars International 17-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
12 The Big Sound (Stars International 19-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
13 The Big Sound (Stars International 20-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
14 The Big Sound (Stars International 21-49A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
15 The Big Sound (Stars International 16-90A) Terry's Kitchen spots: Side One: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled / Side Two: Tracks 1-15 unlabeled, 1961-1963
16 The Big Sound (Stars International 25-49C) Jocky-Shorts by Alan Young: Side One: 1: 2:00 AM – Bukavu, 2: 10:00 – Cape Canaveral, 3: 9:00 PM – Venice, 4: 2:00 PM – Nairobi, 5:, 1:00 PM – London, 6: 3:30 PM –Madrid, 7: 8:00 PM – Paris, 8: 9:00 PM – Little America, 9: 3:00 PM – Australia, 10: 4:00 PM – Berne / Side Two: 1: 2:30 AM- In Space, 2: 8:45 – LaScala, 3: 10:00 – London, 4: 2:00 – Bombay, 5: 4:44 – Firth of Forth, 6: 10:30 AM – Swiss Alps, 7:, 10:00 – Stockholm, 8: 11:00 AM Honolulu, 9: 6:00 AM – Moscow, 10: 3:20 AM – Capetown, 1961-1963
17 The Big Sound (Stars International Basic-49K) Gimmick Record: Side One: Senor Wences: 1: Time Asked, 2: Thought For The Day, 3: Station Break, 4: Birthday Greeting, 5: “All Right”; Andy Devine: 6: Weather Request (Rain/no rain); Dennis Weaver and Chester: 7: Weathercast Intro; Dennis Day and Herr Von Gestapo: 8: News Promo; Dennis Day and Mr. Old Timer: 9: Sports Promo / Side Two: Jim (Specs) Hawthorne: 1: Weather Request, 2: Time Asked, 3: Temperature Asked, 4: News Promo, 5: Sports Promo, 6: Thought for the Day, 7: Goody Box Commercial, 8: Goody Box Theme, 1961-1963
18 The Big Sound (Stars International 36-D) One-Liners by Bob Denver: Side One: 1: Far Out, 2: Bug The Cats, 3: Tough Toenails, 4: Get The Bread?, 5: Cool It, 6: That Is Large, 7: Clear and Cool, 8: Soap Opera, 9: Switching Channels, 10: Use Your Wig, 11: Made The Scene, 12: Hip Dream, 13: Eyes for the Action, 14: Gonna Cut Out, 15: Break It Off, Huh?, 16: You Are Sick!, 17: Got Me Bugged, 18: That’s a Gass, 19: A Groovy Side, 20: Where’s The Horn? / Side Two: 1: Come On Strong, 2: That’s Cool, 3: Make The Scene, 4: That’s a Drag, 5: Like A Mushroom Cloud, 6: Shape Up, 7: Switch Channels Dad, 8: Spinning Your Wheels, 9: Dig you Like, Live, 10: I’m Hip!, 11: I’m Hip, 12: Not “Hep”- It’s “Hip”, 13: Not “Hep” – It’s “Hip”, 14: Tippy-canoe, 15: Like Something Else, 1961-1963
19 The Big Sound (Stars International 39-B) Side One: One-Liners by Herb Friendly: 1: Say Buddy-Buddy, 2: Swap With Us, 3: You’re a Good Un!, 4: Hoooooot Doogies, 5: Better Make With The Words, 6: That’s More Like It, 7: Huh, Baby?, 8: Standing On My Foot?, 9: Space Capsule, 10: Of Course We’re Friendly, 11: Not Charles Laughton, 12: Wife Doesn’t Have Radio, 13: What Are We?, 14: Heavenly Days, 15: We’re Friendly, 16: ‘Course We’re Friendly, 17: Friendly Too, 18: We’re Friendly, See! / Side Two: One-Liners by Carol Burnett: 1: Let’s Get It Over With, 2: Was That It, 3: Was it Worth It?, 4: Well, I’m Back, 5: Me Tarzan, 6: Nasty Pill, 7: Ugly Pill, 8: Grouch Pill, 9: Insulting – Enough?, 10: You Are Wonderful!, 11: Obnoxious Habit, 12: A Pleasure, 13: A Pleasure?, 14: I Like You!, 15: I Like You, 16: You’re Beautiful, 17: Aren’t You Pretty, 18: You Wanta Neck?, 19: Cotton Pickin Minute, 20: Talk Show, 1961-1963
20 The Big Sound (Stars International 24-C) Side One: Big Sound Themes with the Stars: 1: Dean Martin, 2: Annette, 3: Bobby Darin, 4: Jo Stafford, 5: Fabian, 6: Peggy Lee, 7: Rosemary Clooney, 8: Nat “King” Cole, 9: Dodie Stevens, 10: Frank Sinatra / Side Two: Big Sound Themes: 1: Vocal-Educator, 2: Full Band, 3: Soft Counterpart, 4: Full Band, 5: Soft “Miller”, 6: Big Tag, 7: Pretty Beat, 8: Wham Tag, 9: Cha-Cha-Cha-, 10: Rhythm and Flutes, 11: Rockin Play-Off, 1961-1963
21 The Big Sound (Stars International 30-49B) Side One: Big Sound Themes with the Stars: 1: Kingston Trio, 2: Tony Bennett, 3: Joanie Sommers, 4: Guy Mitchell, 5: Frankie Laine, 6: Della Reese, 7; Andy Williams, 8: Stan Kenton, 9: Margaret Whiting, 10: George Shearing / Side Two: Big Sound Themes: 1: Dynamically Yours, 2: Like Gang Busters, 3: Pretty, Pretty, Pretty, 4: Sting- Some Guy!, 5: That Swinging Man, 6: Della- Mella, 7: Big Show, 8: Sting-Big Sound Fugue, 9: At The Dance, 10: Man That Piano!, 1961-1963
22 The Big Sound (Stars International 39-A) Side One: Big Sound Themes with the Stars: 1: Buddy Hackett, 2: Earl Grant, 3: Jack Lemmon, 4: Boris Karloff, 5: Jane Mansfield, 6: Pearl Bailey, 7: Pat Boone, 8: Henry Mancini / Side Two: Big Sound Themes: 1: Theme #50, 2: Theme #51, 3: Theme #52, 4: Theme #53, 5: Theme #54, 6: Theme #55A, 7: Theme #55B, 8: Theme #56, 9: Theme #57, 1961-1963
23 The Big Sound (Stars International 39-B) All Time Favorite Shorties: Side One: 1: "Speak Low"--Chappell, 2: "What a Difference A Day Makes"--E.V. Marks, 3: "Who Cares"--New World, 4: "Autumn Leaves"--Ardmore, 5: "Yesterdays"--T.B. Harms, 6: "I Only Have Eyes For You"--Romick, 7: "That Old Feeling"-Feist, 8: "Too Marvelous"--Harms Inc. / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
24 The Big Sound (Stars International 40-B) All Time Favorite Shorties: Side One: 1: "When You’re Smiling"--Mills, 2: "I Could Have Danced"--Chappell, 3: "You Do Something To Me"--Harms Inc., 4: "They Didn’t Believe Me"--T.B. Harms, 5: "The Colonel Bogey March"--Boosey and Hawkes, 6: "In The Still of The Night"--Chappell, 7: "The Man I Love"--Harms Inc, 8: "All Or Nothing At All"--Leeds / Side Two duplicates Side One, un1961-1963dated
25 The Big Sound (Stars International 41-B) All Time Favorite Shorties: Side One: 1: “Everything Happens To Me”—Embassy, 2: “This Can’t Be Love”—Chappell, 3: “What Is This Thing Called Love”--Harms. Inc, 4: “Blueberry Hill”—Chappell, 5: “You’re The Cream In My Coffee”--DeSilva, Brown, and Henderson, 6: “Romana”—Feist, 7: “All The Things You Are”—Chappell, 8: “I Can Dream Can’t I?”--Chappell / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
26 The Big Sound (Stars International 41-B) All Time Favorite Shorties: Side One: 1: “Say It Isn’t So”--I. Berlin, 2: “Younger Then Springtime”—Williamson, 3: “It Ain’t Necessarily So”—Gershwin, 4: “Be My Love”—Miller, 5: “The Very Thought of You”--M. Witmark and Cambell Connelly, 6: “Because of You”--Gower, 7: “Swingin’ On a Star”--Burke-Van Heusen, 8: “Isn’t It Romantic”--Famous / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
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71 1 The Big Sound (Stars International 16-49C) Promos: Side One: 1: Shirley Jones, 2: Ty Hardin, 3: Rhonda Fleming, 4: Jack Kelly, 5: Pier Angeli, 6: Red Nichols, 7: Barbara Rush, 8: Efrem Zimbalist Jr., 9: Jan Clayton, 10: Andy Williams, 11: Carolyn Jones, 12: Paul Newman / Side Two: 1: Sam Cooke, 2: Dodie Stevens, 3: Vic Damone, 4: Roberta Sherwood, 5: The Platters, 6: Alvino Rey, 7: June Christy, 8: Jesse Belvin, 9: Jane Morgan, 10: Johnny Cash, 11: The Champs, 12: Duane Eddy, 1961-1963
2 The Big Sound (Stars International 24-A) Promos: Side One: 1: Mahalia Jackson, 2: Jerry Vale, 3: Della Reese, 4: Conway Twitty, 5: Rosemary Clooney, 6: Wink Martindale, 7: Martin Denny, 8: The Addrisi Brothers, 9: Mickey Katz, 10: The Hi-Los, 11: Freddy Morgan, 12: Les Baxter, 13: Stan Kenton, 14: Henry Mancini, 15: Jerry Wallace / Side Two: 1: Fred Astaire, 2: Patrice Wymore, 3: David Jansen, 4: Mary (Sam ) Moore, 5: Jeffery Hunter, 6: Cathy Lewis, 7: Bob Sweeny, 8: Tab Hunter, 9: June Lockhart, 10: George De Witt, 11: Roger Smith, 12: Tom Tryon, 13: Robert Montgomery, 14: Lloyd Bridges, 15: Dwayne Hickman, 1961-1963
3-4 The Big Sound (Stars International 49-I) Promos: Side One: 1: Dodie Stevens, 2: Vic Damone, 3: The Clark Sisters, 4: Duane Eddy, 5: Jane Morgan, 6: Andy Williams, 7: Frank Sinatra, 8: The Platters, 9: Ray Anthony, 10: Frankie Laine, 11: June Christy, 12: Johnny Cash, 13: Guy Mitchell, 14: Sam Cooke, 15: Jesse Belvin / Side Two: 1: James Garner, 2: Judy Garland, 3: Red Nichols, 4: Shirley Jones, 5: George Burns, 6: Jan Clayton, 7: Paul Newman, 8: Barbara Rush, 9: Ty Hardin, 10:, Rhonda Fleming, 11: Jack Kelly, 12: Pier Angeli, 13: Efrem Zimbalist Jr., 14: Carolyn Jones, 15: James Stewart (2 copies), 1961-1963
5 The Big Sound (Stars International 15-75C) Phrase for Fundamental Living: Side One: 1: Rosemary Clooney, 2: Jack Carson, 3: Dennis Weaver, 4: Lisa Kirk, 5: David Rose, 6: Marjorie Lord, 7: Peter Brown, 8: Vanessa Brown, 9: Tony Randall, 10: Patrice Wymore, 11: Guy Mitchell, 12: Chuck Connors, 13: Ken Murray, 14: Sophie Tucker, 15: Ernest Borgnine / Side Two: 1: The Kingston Trio, 2: Rusty Draper, 3: Mickey Katz, 4: Connie Russell, 5: George Liberace, 6: Gloria Wood, 7: Robert Culp, 8: Patricia Manson,, 9: Dennis Day, 10: Jeannie Carson, 11: Vic Damone, 12: Jack Lemmon, 13: Andy Devine,. 14: Dan Duryea, 15: Jeanette MacDonald (Edge warped), 1961-1963
6 The Big Sound (Stars International 20-49C) Phrase for Fundamental Living: Side One: 1: Marty Robbins, 2: Dodie Stevens, 3: Lindsay Crosby, 4: William Holden, 5: Dotty Todd, 6: Les Baxter, 7: Margaret O’Brien, 8: Ben Blue, 9: Herb Jeffries, 10: Henry Mancini, 11: Mel Torme, 12: James Cagney / Side Two: 1: Jo Stafford, 2: Lloyd Bridges, 3: Connie Stevens, 4: Billy Daniels, 5: Margaret Whiting, 6: Bobby Darin, 7: Mary Moore, 8: Tab Hunter, 9: Sheb Wooley, 10: Fred MacMurray, 11: Bobby Troup, 12: Robert Montgomery, 1961-1963
7 The Big Sound (Stars International 20-49C) Newscast Intros: Side One: 1: Marty Robbins, 2: Dodie Stevens, 3: Lindsay Crosby, 4: William Holden, 5: Dotty Todd, 6: Les Baxter, 7: Margaret O’Brien, 8: Ben Blue, 9: Herb Jeffries, 10: Henry Mancini, 11: Mel Torme, 12: James Cagney / Side Two: 1: Jo Stafford, 2: Lloyd Bridges, 3: Connie Stevens, 4: Billy Daniels, 5: Margaret Whiting, 6: Bobby Darin, 7: Mary Moore, 8: Tab Hunter, 9: Sheb Wooley, 10: Fred MacMurray, 11: Bobby Troup, 12: Robert Montgomery, 1961-1963
8 The Big Sound (Stars International 20-49C) Newscast Intros: Side One: 1: Sammy Davis Jr., 2: Jeri Southern, 3: Jack Lemmon, 4: Jerry Wallace, 5: Count Basie, 6: The King Sisters, 7: Johnny Cash, 8: Martin Denny, 9: The Platters, 10: The Mary Kaye Trio, 11: Sheb Wooley, 12: Tennessee Ernie Ford / Side Two: 1: Frankie Laine, 2:, Alvino Rey, 3: Jane Morgan, 4: Cornel Wilde, 5: Ray Conniff, 6: Tab Hunter, 7: Sue Raney, 8: Billy Vaughn, 9: Sam Cooke, 10: Tommy Sands, 11: Gordon MacRae, 12: Jack Webb, 1961-1963
9 The Big Sound (Stars International Basic-49B) Newscast Intros: Side One: 1: Jeff Chandler, 2: Ella Fitzgerald, 3: Eddie Fisher, 4: Andy Griffith, 5: Ann Blyth, 6; Andy Williams, 7: Gogi Grant, 8: Jim Backus, 9: Judy Garland, 10: Lloyd Nolan, 11: June Christy, 12: Harry Belafonte, 13: Rhonda Fleming,. 14: Red Nichols, 15: Frank Sinatra / Side Two: 1: Nat “King” Cole, 2: Rosemary Clooney, 3: Tony Bennett, 4: Mel Blanc, 5: Jane Russell, 6: Bob Crosby, 7: Julie London, 8: Danny Kaye, 9: Pier Angeli, 10: Jeffery Hunter, 11: Molly Bee, 12: Nick Adams, 13: Debbie Reynolds, 14: Jimmie Rodgers, 15: Williams Holden, 1961-1963
10 The Big Sound (Stars International Basic-49C) News Promos: Side One: 1: James Cagney, 2: Lloyd Bridges, 3: Fred MacMurray, 4: Chuck Connors, 5: Eddie Jackson, 6: Ernest Borgnine, 7: Andy Devine, 8: Vincent Price, 9: Mary Moore, 10: Dennis Weaver, 11: Ben Blue, 12: Robert Montgomery / Side Two: 1: Frankie Avalon, 2: Margaret Whiting, 3: Sheb Wooley, 4: Lisa Kirk, 5: Billy Daniels, 6: The Kingston Trio, 7: Vivienne della Chiesa, 8: Herb Jeffries, 9: Gloria Wood, 10: Henry Mancini, 11: Rosemary Clooney, 12: George Shearing, 1961-1963
11 The Big Sound (Stars International Basic-49D) Sportscast Intros: Side One: 1: Bob Hope, 2: Jane Russell, 3: Sammy Davis Jr., 4: Johnny Cash, 5: Jim Backus, 6: Nat King Cole, 7: Ray Noble, 8: Cornel Wilde, 9: The Three Sons, 10: Gordon MacRae, 11: Johnny Otis, 12: Vic Damone 13: The Skylarks, 14: The Clark Sisters, 15: Stan Kenton / Side Two: 1: Frankie Laine; 2: Judy Garland, 3: Jack Lemmon, 4: Duane Eddy,. 5: Andy Griffith, 6: Henry Belafonte, 7: Frank Sinatra, 8: Fernando Lamas, 9: Alvino Rey, 10: Eddie Albert, 11: The Platters, 12: Tommy Sands, 13: Peter Graves, 14: Herb Jefferies, 15: Tennessee Ernie Ford, 1961-1963
12 The Big Sound (Stars International Basic-49E) Sportscast Intros: Side One: 1: George Burns, 2: Jeri Southern, 3: Guy Mitchell, 4: June Christy, 5: Pat Wayne, 6: Pier Angeli, 7: Tommy Sands, 8: Jane Morgan, 9: Andy Williams, 10: Jeffrey Hunter, 11: Henry Mancini, 12: Jimmie Rodgers / Side Two: 1: William Holden, 2: Herb Jeffries, 3: Dennis Weaver, 4: Jerry Wallace, 5: Lindsay Crosby, 6: Jack Carson, 7: Freddy Morgan, 8: Les Elgart, 9: The Eligibles, 10: Gordon Jenkins, 11: Ken Murray, 12: The Kingston Trio, 1961-1963
13 The Big Sound (Stars International 12-75C) Sportscast Intros: Side One: 1: Rosemary Clooney, 2: Bobby Freeman, 3: Martin Denny, 4: The Champs, 5: Jerry Wallace, 6: Freddy Martin, 7: Sheb Wooley, 8:, Bob Bain, 9: Eddie Fisher, 10: Tex Ritter, 11: The King Sisters, 12: Jody Reynolds, 13: Les Baxter, 14: Red Nichols, 15: Jimmy Clanton / Side Two: 1: Jeff Chandler, 2: Peter Potter, 3: Barbara Rush, 4: Bobby Troup, 5: Jeffery Hunter, 6: Little Willie John, 7: Ann B. Davis, 8: Earl Holliman, 9: Buddy Cole, 10: Nick Adams, 11: The Four Freshmen, 12: The Accents, 13: The Four Preps, 14: Jimmy Bowen, 15: Julie London, 1961-1963
14 The Big Sound (Stars International 24-B) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Bergen-McCarthy, 2: Bergen-Snerd, 3: Andy Devine, 4: Mickey Katz, 5: Ernest Borgnine, 6: Spike Jones, 7: Joni James, 8: Tony Martinez, 9: Bob Sweeney, 10: Alan Young, 11: Jim Backus, 12: Jimmy Durante / Side Two: 1: Rock Hudson, 2: Les Elgart, 3: Mel Torme, 4: Lola Albright, 5: Conway Twitty, 6: Maureen O’Hara, 7: The Four Freshmen, 8: Molly Bee, 9: Richard Boone, 10: Della Reese, 11: Mahalia Jackson , 12: Roger Williams, 1961-1963
15 The Big Sound (Stars International 26-49A) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Steve Allen, 2: Dagmar, 3: Alvino Rey, 4: Annette,. 5: Nelson Riddle, 6: Gisele Mackenzie, 7: Jack Teagarden, 8: Gogi Grant, 9: Ken Murray, 10: Kirby Stone, 11: Bob Matinas, 12: Dinah Washington / Side Two: 1: Bobby Darin, 2: Marilyn Maxwell, 3: Guy Lombardo, 4: The King Sisters, 5: Pete Rugulo, 6: Mavis Rivers, 7: Pete King, 8: Toni Fisher, 9: Jimmie Rodgers, 10: Connie Francis, 11: Lionel Hampton, 12: Neil Sedaka, 1961-1963
16 The Big Sound (Stars International 28-49) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Tony Curtis, 2: Maureen O’Hara, 3: Jimmy Durante, 4: Hermoine Gingold, 5: Vincent Price, 6: Ann Henry, 7: Jim Backus, 8: Lisa Kirk, 9: Robert Stack, 10: Sal Mineo, 11: Rock Hudson / Side Two: 1: Della Reese, 2: Tommy Sands, 3: Connie Haines, 4: Burl Ives, 5: June Christy, 6: Stan Kenton, 7: Joni James, 8: Jerry Wallace, 9: Dakota Staton, 10: John Scott Trotter, 11: Jo Stafford, 12: George Shearing, 1961-1963
17 The Big Sound (Stars International 30-49A) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Pearl Bailey, 2: Walter Brennan, 3: Joanie Sommers, 4: Billy Eckstein , 5: Imogene Coca, 6: Hoagy Carmichael, 7: Connie Stevens, 8: The Lancers, 9: Jane Powell, 10: Stan Freberg, 11: Joan Caulfield, 12: Frankie Laine / Side Two: 1: Ed Sullivan, 2: Angela Lansbury, 3: Jack Lemmon, 4: King Sisters, 5: Art Linkletter, 6: Gene Barry, 7: Bud and Travis, 8: Marilyn Maxwell, 9: Kirby Stone, 10: Dinah Washington, 11: Russ Morgan, 12: Connie Francis, 1961-1963
18 The Big Sound (Stars International 12-49C) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Guy Mitchell, 2: Nicole Maurey, 3: Ty Hardin, 4: Ronnie Deauville, 5: Dodie Stevens, 6: Marty Stevens, 7: Jack Lemmon, 8: Lou Monte, 9: Dan Duryea, 10: Ed Townsend, 11: Vic Damone, 12: Jan Clayton, 13: George DeWitt, 14: Fess Parker, 15: George Burns / Side Two: 1: Church [sic] Connors, 2: The Clark Sisters, 3: Jan Hall, 4: Roger Smith, 5: Margie Rayborn, 6: Pat Wayne, 7; Tom Tyron, 8: Jimmie Rodgers, 9: Ronnie Burns, 10: Ernie Felice, 11: Herb Jefferies, 12: Patrice Wymore, 13: Dimitri Tiomkin, 14: Lindsay Crosby, 15: Mitzi Gaynor (Warped), 1961-1963
19 The Big Sound (Stars International 13-49C) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Fred MacMurray, 2: Lynn Bari, 3: Robert Culp, 4: Mary Moore, 5: Jack Carson, 6: John Russell, 7: Tony Randall, 8: Audie Murphy, 9: Dennis Weaver, 10: Eddie Jackson, 11: Marjorie Lord, 12: Vincent Price / Side Two: 1: Jo Stafford, 2: Jesse Belvin, 3: The Four Preps, 4: Roy Hamilton, 5: David Rose, 6: Freddy Morgan, 7: Dennis Day, 8: Margaret Whiting, 9: The Addrisi Brothers, 10: Henry Mancini, 11: Edward Byrnes, 12: Dodie Stevens (Warped), 1961-1963
20 The Big Sound (Stars International 14-49C) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: William Holden, 2: Vanessa Brown, 3: David Janssen, 4: Margaret O’Brien, 5: Lee Marvin, 6: Janet Blair, 7: Ronald Reagan, 8: Ben Blue, 9; Robert Montgomery, 10: Lloyd Bridges,. 11: Theodore Bikel, 12: James Cagney / Side Two: 1: George Shearing, 2: Art Todd, 3: Billy Daniels,. 4: Sheb Wooley, 5: Tab Hunter, 6: Les Elgart, 7: Frankie Avalon, 8: Les Baxter, 9: Jan and Dean, 10: Bobby Troup, 11: Henri Rena, 12: Bobby Darin (Warped), 1961-1963
21 The Big Sound (Stars International TFD-4) Thought for the Day: Side One: 1: Dean Martin, 2: Lisa Kirk, 3: Ray Conniff, 4: Mel Torme, 5: Rosemary Clooney, 6: Sonny Burke, 7: Jane Powell, 8: Cliffie Stone, 9: Jeanette MacDonald, 10: Gordon MacRae, 11: Connie Russell, 12: Pearl Bailey / Side 2: 1: Fabian, 2: Connie Stevens, 3: Jimmy Dean, 4: Herold Lloyd Jr., 5: The Kingston Trio, 6: Bobby Day, 7: Tommy Sands, 8: Connie Towers, 9: Robin Luke, 10: The Eligibles, 11: Dick Contino, 12: Sal Mineo (Warped), 1961-1963
22 The Big Sound (Stars International 9) Record and Album Intros: Side One: 1: Tony Martin, 2: Tony Martin, 3: Frank DeVol, 4: Frank DeVol, 5: Art and Dotty Todd, 6: Art and Dotty Todd, 7: The Lancers, 8: The Lancers, 9: Frankie Laine, 10: Frankie Laine, 11: Hoagy Carmichael, 12: Hoagy Carmichael, 13: Jack Lemmon, 14: Billy Eckstine, 15: Billy Eckstine / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
23 The Big Sound (Stars International 10) Record and Album Intros: Side One: 1: Jerry Lewis, 2: Jerry Lewis, 3: Mitzi Gaynor, 4: Mitzi Gaynor, 5: Les Baxter, 6: Les Baxter, 7: Margaret Whiting, 8: Margaret Whiting, 9: Shelley Berman, 10: Sue Raney, 11: Sue Raney, 12: The Petites, 13: The Petites, 14: Andre Previn, 15: Andre Previn / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
24 The Big Sound (Stars International 11) Record and Album Intros: Side One: 1: Bob Crosby, 2: Bob Crosby, 3: Kay Starr, 4: Kay Starr, 5: Arthur Lyman, 6: Arthur Lyman, 7: The De Castro Sisters, 8: The De Castro Sisters, 9: Champ Butler, 10: Champ Butler, 11: Miyoshi Umeki, 12: Tony Pastor, 13: Tab Hunter, 14: Eddie Cantor, 15: Frankie Avalon / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
25 The Big Sound (Stars International 12) Record and Album Intros: Side One: 1: Tony Bennett, 2: Tony Bennett, 3: Dotty Walters, 4: Dotty Walters, 5: Fabian, 6: Fabian, 7: Bud and Travis, 8: Johnny Mann, 9: Johnny Mann, 10: Joni James, 11: Joni James, 12: David Rose, 13: David Rose, 14: Dodie Stevens, 15: Dodie Stevens / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
26 The Big Sound (Stars International 103) Magic Circle: Side One: 1: Magic Circle Opening, 2: Connie Frances, 3: Nelson Riddle, 4: Della Reese, 5: Four Freshman, 6: Sonny Burke, 7: Joanie Sommers, 8: Jack Teagarden, 9: Lionel Hampton, 10: Spike Jones, 11: King Sisters, 12: Steve Allen, 13: Tommy Sands / Side Two duplicates Side One, 1961-1963
27 The Big Sound (Stars International 107) Magic Circle: Side One: 1: Henry Mancini, 2: Debbie Reynolds, 3: Johnny Cash, 4: Mary Kaye Trio, 5: Bob Crosby, 6: Sue Raney, 7: Bobby Rydell, 8: Billy Eckstine, 9: Les Baxter, 10: Kay Starr, 11: Bud and Travis, 12: Stan Kenton / Side Two duplicates Side One after production opener, 1961-1963
28 The Big Sound (Stars International 109) Magic Circle: Side One: 1: Martin Denny, 2: Cab Calloway, 3: Count Basie, 4: Neil Hefti, 5: Everly Brothers, 6: Arthur Lyman, 7: Joni James, 8: Sheb Wooley, 9: Jerry Lewis, 10: Earl Grant, 11: De Castro Sisters, 12: Tony Bennett / Side Two duplicates Side One after production opener, 1961-1963
29 The Big Sound (Stars International 111) Magic Circle: Side One: 1: Production Track, 2: Bobby Vee, 3: Kathy Linden, 4: Jimmy Wakely, 5: Al Hurt, 6: Dick Powell, 7: Anita Bryant, 8: Tex Ritter, 9: Phil Harris, 10: Juan Esquivel, 11: Paul Evans, 12: Georgia Gibbs, 13: Tennessee Ernie Ford / Side Two duplicates Side One after production opener, undated
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73 10 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana: Melody Boys Gospel songs / Melody Boys: 1-2. Themes; 3. "God Put a Rainbow in the Sky"; 4. "Lord Let Me In"; 5. "Jesus Fills My Every Need"; 6. "Silent Night", December 1945
11 KWKH: Faultless Odis Echols / [Single-sided], July 16, 1947
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75 9 Ramble Aires Quartet [from sleeve, unlabeled]: "I Know a Mansion" / [Single-sided], undated
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72 1 WHAS Louisville, Kentucky: Faultless Melody Boys, February 13, 1941
2 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana: Pop Echols theme songs [AV00001] / Mayor Sam S. Caldwell's war bond talk [AV00002], 1945
3 KWKH: Melody Boys [AV00009] / [Unlabeled, lacquer destroyed], March 30, 1945
4 KWKH: Pop Echols Melody Boys Saturday 6:00 AM and 8:30 AM [AV00003] / [Unlabeled V-E Day] [AV00004], May 9, 1945
5 KWKH: Plantation Days for Oct. 17 [AV00017] / Down Memory Lane [AV00018], October 16-18, 1945
6 KWKH: Plantation Days play back on Nov. 12, Nov. 10 [AV00014] / [Single-sided], November, 1945[?]
7 KWKH: York's Childrens Shop Audition [AV00005] / Plantation Days [AV00006], November 13 and 29, 1945
8 KWKH: Plantation Days playback Fri 23rd [AV00016] / [Single-sided, November 21, 1945
9 KWKH: Southwestern [AV00019] / Melody Boys: 1. "You Got to Bow Down Low"; 2. "Echoes from the Burning Bush"; 3. "I'll Be Listening"; 4. "After the Sunrise"; 5. "Way Down"; 6. "Mighty Close to Heaven"; 7-8. Themes [AV00020, December 11, 1945
10 KWKH: Plantation Days Friday 21 watch closing [AV00010] / [Unlabeled] [AV00011], December 1945[?]
11 KWKH: Plantation Days Mon Dec. 24th Christmas [AV00012] / Plantation Days Wed Dec. 26th [AV00013], December 1945[?]
12 KWKH: Shreveport Chorale Ensemble Part I [AV00007] / Plantation Days Friday 28 [AV00008], December 1945[?]
13 KWKH: Melody Boys Gospel Songs [Marked "not good"] [AV00023] / Melody Boys Gospel Songs [AV00024], December 1945
14 KWKH: Melody Boys Gospel Songs [AV00021] / Melody Boys Gospel Songs [shorter program] [AV00022], 1945
15 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Part I: Theme; 1. "Riding Down the Canyon"; 2. "Song of the Pioneers"; 3. "Wind"; 4. "Paper Moon"; 5. "Accordion Solo" [AV00025] / Part II: Theme; 1. "Waiting for the Train to Come In"; 2. "He's Gone Up the Trail"; 3. "Along the Navajo Trail"; 4. "Hold That Critter Down"; 5. "I Still Do"; 6. "Tumbling Weed" [AV00026], January 15, 1946
16 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Part III: Theme; 1. "Swinging on a Star"; 2. "Nobody's Sweetheart Now"; 3. "Irish Lullaby"; 4. "Isn't It Kinda Fun"; 5. "Rool [sic] along Jordan"; 6. "Home on the Range" [AV00027] / Part IV: Theme; 1. "The Honey Song"; 2. "Round Up Time in Texas"; 3. "Pretty Quadroon"; 4. "Dream"; 5. "After the Ball"; 6. "Shine On, Harvest Moon" [AV00028], January 18, 1946
17 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Audition for Lions [AV00029] / with Pop solo [AV00030], February 9, 1946
18 KWKH: Memory Lane [AV00032] / Melody Ranch Boys [AV00031], March 26 and 27, 1946
19 KWKH: Valiant Lady [AV00033] / Melody Ranch Boys Part I: Theme; 1. "Beaumont Rag"; 2. "Many Tears Ago"; 3. "Mocking Bird", 4. "Laughing on the Outside" [AV00034], June 18 and 19, 1945
20 Audiodisc: Melody Ranch Boys, Insurance, May 3, 1946
21 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Part II: Theme; 1. "The Gypsy"; 2. "Riding Down the Canyon"; 3. "Steel Guitar Rag"; 4. "You Left Me Blue"; 5. "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" [AV00035] / [Single-sided], June 19, 1946
22 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Part I: 1. "Farewell Blues"; 2. "I Talk to Myself About You"; 3. "New Frontier"; 4. "Tiger Rag"; 5. "Riding Down the Canyon" [AV00036] / Part II: 1. "Alabama Jubilee"; 2. "San Antonio Rose"; 3. "Over the Santa Fe Trail"; 4. "Westward Ho!"; 5. "Ragtime Cowboy Joe"; 6. "I Wear Your Memory in My Heart" [AV00037], August 20, 1946
23 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Part III: 1. "Goofus"; 2. "Just a Prayer Away"; 3. "Idaho Boogie"; 4. "Cherokee Maiden"; 5. "Put Your Arms Around Me" [AV00038] / Part IV: 1. "Laughing on the Outside"; 2. "Silver Bells"; 3. "This World is Not My Home"; 4. "Too Late Now to Worry"; 5. "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" [AV00039], August 28, 1946
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73 1 KWKH: C.L. Hastings [Blackie and Mary] [AV00015] / [Single-sided], September 10, 1946
2 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys [AV00040] / [Single-sided], October 1, 1946
3 WFAA Dallas, Texas: "Your Story Parade" / J. Rasor; [Unlabeled], November 24, 1946 and December 6, 1946
4 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys [AV00041] / Melody Ranch Boys [AV00042], November 11, 1946 and March 22, 1947
5 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys [AV00043] / [Single-sided], April 25, 1947
6 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys: 1. "It’s a Sin" [Jack Ford]; 2. "My Abode Hacienda" [Jack and Sleepy]; 3. "Across the Alley from the Alamo" [Odis Jr]; 4. "Crafton Blues" [Instrumental] [AV00044] / Melody Ranch Boys: 1. "Have I Waited Too Long" [Jack Ford]; 2. "It's My Turn Now" [Jack Ford]; 3. "Have I Told You Lately that I Love You" [Odis] [AV00045], July 29, 1947
7 KWKH: Melody Ranch Boys Audition for Nutrena [AV00046] / [Single-sided], undated
8 [Unlabeled source]: Melody Boys: 1. Roadside Rag; 2. You’re My Brown Eyed Darling- voc. (vocal--their own number); 3. This World Is Not My Home (vocal-spiritual); 4. Have I Waited too Long [vocal--Echols owns ½ this song); 5. Texas Boogie / Gabriel Heatter [Mutual Radio Network], November 7, 1947
9 KPAC: 15-minute audition disc 1. "You Left Me Blue" (Jack Ford vocal); 2. "Paradise Island" (instrumental); 3. "One Faded Rose (Jack Ford vocal); 4. "Snow Dear" [?] / 1. "I’ll Hold You in my Heart" (vocal); 2. "Crafton Blues"; 3. "One Faded Rose" (vocal--Echols song); 4. "Bye Bye Blues"; 5."Georgia Steel Rag", November 9, 1947
10 KSEL: WFAA-label "Your Story Parade" [AV00050] / Melody Boys: 1. "Speak a Cheerful Word"; 2. "Down Old Log Cabin Lane"; 3. "You Gotta Bow Down Low"; 4. "When God Dips His Love in My Heart" [AV00049], December 9, 1948 and December 18, 1949
11 KSEL Lubbock, Texas: "Messiah" [AV00048] / Melody Boys: 1. "Echoes from the Burning Bush"; 2. "Spend a Moment with Jesus"; 3. "Ring Ye the Bells"; 4. "I've Got the Old-Time Religion in My Heart" [AV00047], December 12, 1948 and October 9, 1949
12 KNX Radio Recorders Los Angeles, California: Melody Boys / [Single-sided], January 26, 1949
13 KSEL: Melody Boys / Telephone Rings, February 3 and 7, 1950
14 KSEL: Morton Melody Boys / [Single-sided], May 24, 1950
15 KSEL: Bible Recordings Broadcasts / Morton Melody Boys, July 23 and August 1, 1950
16 KSEL: Morton Melody Boys / [Unlabeled], August 17, 1950
17 KSEL: [Unlabeled] / [Unlabeled], undated
18 KSEL: Pop all-night broadcast from Jones Stadium [AV00051] / Pop all-night broadcast from Jones Stadium [AV00052], undated
19 Presto disc, typed label: Melody Boys Part I: 1." Sugar Moon" (Jack Ford vocal); 2. "One Faded Rose" (Jack Ford); 3. "Cattle Call" (Jack Ford vocal); 4. "It’s My Turn Now" (Jack Ford vocal); 5. "Night Train to Memphis" (novelty number, Jack and Elmer vocal) / [Single-sided], undated
20 Presto disc, typed label: Melody Boys Part II: 1. "Troy’s Boogie" (instrumental composed by Troy Passmore); 2. "Dreary Midnight Blues" (Jack Ford vocal); 3. "Jole Blon" (Troy vocal); 4. "The Love I Can’t Forget" (Jack vocal); 5. "Jazz Me Blues" (instrumental with sax); 6. "Green Eyes" (instrumental rhumba) / [Unlabeled], undated
21 Audiodisc 8051: [Unlabeled] / [Unlabled], undated
22 Comiskey's Recording Studio, Wichita Falls, Texas: Stamps All Star Quartet Part 7: 1. "All Upon the Alter" [sic]; 2. "We are Sailing"; 3. "The Angels Will Listen"; 4. "Heart Felt Religion"; 5. "I Am a Pilgrim" / Part 8: 1. "He Reaches the Shadows"; 2. "When Morning Breaketh"; 3. "I Just Get a Little Closer"; 4. "When Your Heart is Heavy", undated
23-24 Sound Studio of New York C12373: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: Opening Theme / Closing Theme (2 copies), undated
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74 1 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12377 (Disc 1): 1." He Set Me Free"--"We’ll Soon Be Done with Troubles and Trials"; 2. "Till He Calls His Reapers"--"An Empty Mansion"; 3. "Jesus Leads--A Million Years from Now" / C12378 (Disc 2): 1. "I’ve Never Been Sorry"--"At Sunset I’m Going Home"; 2. "I’m Living in Canaan Now"--"A Beautiful Prayer"; 3. "I Don’t Have Far to Travel"--"When All God’s Singers Get Home", undated
2-4 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12379 (Disc 3): 1. "Joy for Me"--"In the Shadow of the Cross"; 2. "Turn your Radio On"--"I’ve Been Listening in on Heaven"; 3. "Just a Little Talk with Jesus"--"He Took Away My Burden" (Aired on KFYO April 16, 1945) / C12380 (Disc 4): 1. "My Life is Different Now"--"O Soul Beware"; 2. "I’ll Be Listening"--"Glory to his Name"; 3. "No Tears in Heaven"--"That’s Why I Love Him So" (3 copies) (Aired on KFYO March 6, 1945), undated
5-6 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12382 (Disc 5): 1. "The Sunset Pass"--"I’ll Meet You in the Morning"; 2. "How Sweet it Will Be"--"I’m Going to Cling to the Cross ‘Til I Die"; 3. "We Are Climbing"--"He Said If I Be Lifted Up" (Aired on KFYO March 17 and April 18 and May 31, 1945) / C12383 (Disc 6): 1. "They’ll Welcome Me Back Home"--"When We Sing Around the Throne Eternally"; 2. "I’ve Never Been Happier in My Life"--"Jesus Hold My Hand"; 3. "A Wonderful Place"--"Take Jesus with You" (Aired on KFYO March 8 and April 19, 1945) (2 copies), undated
7 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12384 (Disc 7): 1. "Where He Leads I’ll Go"--"The Sweetest Song I Know"; 2. "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"--"I’ve Changed My Mind"; 3. "Remember Me--Narrow is the Way" (Aired on KFYO March 9 and April 20, 1945) / C12385 (Disc 8): 1. "Jesus Loves You"--"I’m Bound to Travel On"; 2. "Higher"--"Traveling Along"; 3. "What Would You Give?"--"It is Love" (Aired on KFYO March 12 and April 23, 1945), undated
8-9 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12386 (Disc 9): 1. "My Soul Shall Live On"--"Heaven Now Is in View"; 2. "Salvation has Been Brought Down"--"Jordan is Calling"; 3. "I Know the Lord’s Gonna Lead Me Out"--"His Peace Be Still" (Aired on KFYO March 13 and April 24, 1945) / C12387 (Disc 10): 1."Gonna Rise Up and Shine"--"Don’t Pass Them By"; 2. "Travel On"--"He Holds My Hand"; 3. "O Lord I Feel So Weary"--"I’ll Shout and Shine" (Aired on KFYO March 14 and April 25, 1945) (2 copies), undated
10 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12417 (Disc 11): 1. "Wonderful Voice of Jesus"--"Will I Be Missed"; 2. "Under His Wings of Love"--"Precious Jesus Don’t Forget"; 3. "Holding to His Hand of Love"--"On and On We Walk" (Aired on KFYO March 15 and April 26, 1945) / C12418 (Disc 12): 1."He is Coming Back Again"--"I Love My Savior, Don’t You?"; 2. "Lord Lead Me On"--"Thru This World I Sadly Roam"; 3. "Mighty Close to Heaven"--"Somebody’s Gonna Be Left Behind" (Aired on KFYO March 16 and April 27, 1945), undated
11-13 Sound Studio of New York: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12419 (Disc 13): 1. "Just a Little More Love"--"I Would Not Miss It, Would You?"; 2. "Old Fashioned Mother of Mine"--"Did You Ever Go Sailing?"; 3. "Joy Bells"--"Drifting" (Aired on KFYO March 19 and April 30, 1945) / C12420 (Disc 14): 1."I Dreamt I Met Mother and Daddy"--"Wayside Wells"; 2. "I’ve Found a Hiding Place"--"We’ll Meet a Lot of Friends and Neighbors"; 3. "Gethsemane"--"Swing Wide Those Gates" (Aired on KFYO March 20 and May 1, 1945) (3 copies), undated
14-15 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C12421 (Disc 15): [No track list on label] (Aired on KFYO March 21 and May 2, 1945) / C13045 (Disc 16): [No track list on label] (Aired on KFYO March 22 and May 3, 1945) (2 copies), October 29, 1943
16 [Unlabeled]: Odis Echols: C13045 (Disc 16): [No track list on label] C13046 (Disc 17): [No track list on label], undated
17-18 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13046 (Disc 17): [No track list on label, marked "Hymn"] (Aired on KFYO March 23, May 4 and May 7, 1945) / C13047 (Disc 18): [No track list on label, marked "Hymn"] (Aired on KFYO March 26, 1945) (2 copies), undated
19-20 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13048 (Disc 19): [No track list on label, marked "Hymns"] (Aired on KFYO March 27 and May 10, 1945) / C13049 (Disc 20): [No track list on label, marked "Hymns"] (Aired on KFYO March 28 and May 11, 1945) (2 copies), undated
21 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13049 (Disc 20): [No track list on label] / C13050 (Disc 21): [Unlabeled], February 17, 1944
22-23 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13050 (Disc 21): [No track list on label, marked 2. "Farther Along"] / C13051 (Disc 22): [No track list on label, marked "Hymns"] (Aired on KFYO March 30 and May 15, 1945) (2 copies), undated
24-25 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13052 (Disc 23): [No track list on label, marked "Hymns"] (Aired on KFYO May 16, 1945) / C13053 (Disc 24): [No track list on label] (2 copies), undated
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75 1 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13053 (Disc 24): [No track list on label] / C13054 (Disc 25) [Unlabeled], April 7, 1945
2 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13054 (Disc 25): [No track list on label, marked "Hymn"] (Aired on KFYO April 4 and September 12, 1945) / C13055 (Disc 26): [No track list on label, marked "Hymn"] (Aired on KFYO April 5 and May 21, 1945) (2 copies), undated
3 World Broadcasting System: [Unlabeled]: C13055 (Disc 26): [No track list] C13056 (Disc 27): [No track list], February 17 and 18, 1944
4-5 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13056 (Disc 27): [No track list on label] / C13057 (Disc 28): [No track list on label] (Aired on KFYO April 9 and May 22, 1945) (2 copies), undated
6-7 World Broadcasting System: Odis Echols and His Melody Boys: C13058 (Disc 29): [No track list on label] (Aired on KFYO April 10, 1945) / C13059 (Disc 30): [No track list on label] (2 copies), undated
8 World Broadcasting System: [Unlabeled] C13059 (Disc 30): [No track list on label] / [Single-sided], undated
17-1/4-inch Transcription discs (No AV numbers)
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75 10 KWKH Shreveport, Louisiana: Melody Boys Gospel songs / Melody Boys: 1-2. Themes; 3. "God Put a Rainbow in the Sky"; 4. "Lord Let Me In"; 5. "Jesus Fills My Every Need"; 6. "Silent Night", December 1945
11 KWKH: Faultless Odis Echols / [Single-sided], July 16, 1947
8-mm films
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1 Louisville, O Jr. age 9 / Lubbock Farm [AV006-XXXX], 1939
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2 Doug Faultless Second Scenery [AV006-XXXX], 1941
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3 Melody Boys [AV006-XXXX], 1945
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4 Melody Boys edit [AV006-XXXX], 1949
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5 Quartet [AV006-XXXX], 1949
O Jr. – Air Force, Mexico [AV006-XXXX], 1951
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7 Grand Canyon [AV006-XXXX], undated
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8 Las Vegas [AV006-XXXX], undated
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9 Hawaii [AV006-XXXX], undated
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10 Ranch Boys Baton Rouge [AV006-XXXX], undated
Pike’s Peak [AV006-XXXX], undated
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12 Trip form and Hot Springs [AV006-XXXX], undated
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13 Home – 502 Travis, Odis Sr. Odis Jr. Grace [AV006-XXXX], undated
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14 Hawaii [AV006-XXXX], undated
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15 Boys State O Jr. Gov. Davis (Black and White) [AV006-XXXX], undated
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16 Yose. SMU-Half – Two 8 mm [AV006-XXXX], undated
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17 Unlabeled – Two 8 mm [AV006-XXXX], undated
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18 Unlabeled – Two 8 mm [AV006-XXXX], undated
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19 Grandparents – Families, USS Senator [AV006-XXXX], undated
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20 Dads and Mothers [AV006-XXXX], undated
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21 Dads and Mothers [AV006-XXXX], undated
Super-8 films
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1 #1 Danny [AV006-1327], April 1969
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2 #2 Danny’s 6 Mos Birthday [AV006-XXXX], May 15, 1969
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3 #3 Ruidoso Downs "Sugartime" Race [AV006-XXXX], July 1969
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4 #4 Danny Echols August 1969 in walker at Curry [AV006-XXXX], 1969
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5 #5 Danny also Parade [AV006-XXXX], October 1, 1969
#6 Danny includes "Lay Head Down" [AV006-XXXX], October 1969
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7 #7 Danny First Birthday [AV006-XXXX], November 15, 1969
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8 #8 Danny Echols Thanksgiving [AV006-XXXX], 1969
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9 #9 Danny Echols Xmas [AV006-XXXX], 1969
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10 #10 Danny Echols Xmas, 1969
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11 #11 KCLV Radio [AV006-XXXX], undated
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12 #12 Nov. 1970 [AV006-XXXX], November 1970
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13 #13 Danny’s Second Birthday [AV006-XXXX], November 15, 1970
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14 #14 Unlabeled-Yellow [AV006-XXXX], undated
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15 #15 Unlabeled-Blue [AV006-XXXX], undated
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16 #16 Unlabeled-Yellow [AV006-XXXX], undated
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17 #17 Echols [AV006-XXXX], undated
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18 #18 Unlabeled-Grey [AV006-XXXX], undated
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19 #19 Unlabeled-Blue [AV006-XXXX], undated
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20 #20 Unlabeled-Blue [AV006-XXXX], undated
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21 #21 Unlabeled-Grey [AV006-XXXX], undated
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22 #22 Unlabeled-Blue [AV006-XXXX], undated
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23 #23 Ringling Circus [AV006-XXXX], undated
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24 Thrills on Wheels [AV006-XXXX], undated
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25 Odis Echols [Marked: "needs editing"] [AV006-XXXX], undated
16-mm films
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1 [Unlabeled] [AV006-XXXX], undated
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2 [Unlabeled] [AV006-XXXX], undated
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3 Ann Tea, St. Louis Zoo, Chicago [AV006-XXXX], undated
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4 Study of Abstract Photography, Las Vegas [AV006-XXXX], undated
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5 Disneyland, Desert Inn [AV006-XXXX], undated
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6 Twentieth Century Fox [AV006-XXXX], undated
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7 Heart of the West [AV006-XXXX], undated
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8 [Unlabeled] [AV006-XXXX], undated
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9 [Unlabeled] [AV006-XXXX], undated
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10 New Mexico Broadcasters Association [Magnetic sound only] [No AV number], undated
VHS videotape cassettes
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1-3 Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts / This is Your Life / copied by Video Transfer Service 505 275-8306 (3 copies) [AV006-1010/1045/1053], 1957
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4 Sneak Preview Angel Fire [AV006-1012], 1985
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5 1986 Lifestyles [AV006-1023], 1986
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6 Lifestyles '87 [AV006-1038], 1987
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7 Michael Martin Murphey: "Red River Valley" video [AV006-1000], 1990
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8 Maggie Flanagan [AV006-1011], December 17, 1990
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9 Three Ways #7 [Explicit video--Removed from collection] [AV006-1048], 1991
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10 1992 CMA Awards [AV006-1008], 1992
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11 West Fest ‘92 [AV006-1025], 1992
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12 "Decisions for the Decade: Providing and Preserving Income in the 1990s" [AV006-1034], July 1992
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13 A Tribute to Odis L. Echols / Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts / This is Your Life [AV006-1021], November 13, 1993
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14 A Tribute to Odis L. Echols / Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts / This is Your Life / Kappa Sigma Lifetime Achievement Award [AV006-1046], November 13, 1993
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15 A Tribute to Odis L. Echols [AV006-1016], November 13, 1993
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16 A Tribute to Odis L. Echols [AV006-1017], November 13, 1993
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17 Festival of American Folklife Overview [AV006-1013], 1992 [?]
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18 West Fest ’93 and "Home on the Range" Pilot w/Ads [AV006-1006], 1993
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19 Red River West Fest Promo Revised ‘93 [AV006-1027], 1993
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20 West Fest Commercial / Michael Martin Murphy [AV006-1014], 1993
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21 1993 West Fest Spots (2) [AV006-1043], 1993
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22 1993 West Fest Spots (2) [AV006-1050], 1993
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23 Odis--Michael Martin Murphy [AV006-1032], 1993
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24 West Fest ‘94 [AV006-1052], 1994
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25 KOAT-TV: West Fest (Revised) [AV006-1005], June 21, 1994
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26 Nelson Communications: “Why Not New Mexico,” “Win A Million,” “New Mexico’s Chance to Win” (State election on Amendment 8) [AV006-1039], 1994
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27 “Sugartime” Movie [AV006-1007], November 25, 1995
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28 Rock ‘n Roll Ab Workout Ab Roller Plus [AV006-1051], 1995
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29 KOAT-TV: O.L.E [AV006-1024], November 3, 1998
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30 Bill Cosby / ALBQ / OLE [AV006-1044], 1999
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31 KOAT-TV: Election II [AV006-1037], 1999
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32 Odis Ch. 5 Interview [AV006-1018], 1999
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33 Odis Ch. 5 Interview [AV006-1022], May 25-26, 2002
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34 KOAT-TV: Odis--7 News [AV006-1015], January 11, 2003
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35 Steve and Leah Snowden: History of Jerry Lee Lewis/ Roy Orbison in Concert [AV006-1001], undated
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36 I.T.C. Presents [AV006-1002], undated
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37 Sol Y Sombra: 4018 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87505 [AV006-1003], undated
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38 Lifestyles: Cosby 100 Crawl [AV006-1004], undated
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39 The Diamonds; Herb Gronauer Agent; Par Par Productions [AV006-1009], undated
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40 Extreme Magic [AV006-1019], undated
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41 LA Hayride / 30 min in St. Moritz [AV006-1020], undated
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42 Holly Dunn (Warner Brothers Records): "As Long as You Belong To Me" [AV006-1026], undated
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43 CNN International 6/17 [AV006-1028], undated
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44 Johnson Third Debate / OLE MGM Press [AV006-1029], undated
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45 Odis on KGGM [AV006-1030], undated
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46 UTEP-UNM [AV006-1031], undated
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47 KOAT-TV: Election I [AV006-1033], undated
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48 Owens and Associates Agency Demo Tape [AV006-1035], undated
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49 Starfest Incorporated Presentation [AV006-1036], undated
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50 Paul Rodriguez: Comic Relief and Jackson Family Honors [AV006-1040], undated
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51 CNN International 6/17 [AV006-1041], undated
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52 Ron Poindexter and New Dimension [AV006-1042], undated
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53 See you in the Morning Jeff Bridges--Sugartime [AV006-1047], undated
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54 KOAT-TV: Tony Armijo (Conroy Chino) [AV006-1049], undated
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55 Legemk [?] Opening [AV006-1054], undated
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56 [Unlabeled] Sony T-160 [AV006-1055], undated
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57 [Unlabeled] E-HG Extra High Grade Super Avilyn [AV006-1056], undated
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58 [Unlabeled] Supertape High Grade HG T-120 [AV006-1057], undated
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59 [Unlabeled] Blue [AV006-1058], undated
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48 1 [Unlabeled--blank?, Marked BC 1340 / A-10-1] Karex Silverchrome SC-3 7-inch, 2400-foot reel in vacuum seal, undated
2 [Unlabeled--Marked BC 1105 / B-6-1] Karex Silverchrome SC-3 7-inch, 2400-foot reel, undated
3 [Unlabeled--Marked BC 1130 / B-2-1 and BC 377 B-4-2] Shibaden 4-inch reel, undated
4 [Unlabeled--Marked BC 1045 / B-10-1] Karex Silverchrome SC-3 7-inch, partial reel in Scotch plastic wallet, undated
5 [Unlabeled] Scotch tape on 7-inch, partial reel in Scotch plastic wallet, undated
6 [Unlabeled] Memorex Chroma tape on 7-inch, 2400-foot reel with Field Test label in Scotch plastic wallet, undated
7 [Unlabeled] Memorex Chroma tape on 7-inch, 2400-foot reel in Ampex plastic wallet [AV006-1083], undated
8 483784-4 labeled Memorex Chroma tape on 7-inch, 1200-foot reel in Ampex plastic wallet [AV006-1084], undated
9 439844C-18 labeled Memorex Chroma tape on 7-inch, 2400-foot reel in Ampex plastic wallet [AV006-1085], undated
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47 1 I--Football [Marked461-1-2150 R139B in Scotch cardboard box] 9AV006-1082, undated
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XX 1 Norvell 20-1 also labeled Master tape for Mustang spot, Scotch brand box [No AV number], undated