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by Various Artists - Collectors Choice Series Vol. 1

Welcome to the first of El Toro's releases in our new Collectors Choice series, where we will be making available a large collection of rare 1950s recorded material, many of which are only to be found on scarce 45's, 78's and acetates. 8 page booklet with
Genre: Country: Honky Tonk
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1. Ken Marvin - Uh Uh Honey
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1:49 album only
2. Fred Crawford - I Learned Something From You
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2:12 album only
3. Leon Tassin with Charlie Stuckey\'s Westerners - Get A Move On,
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2:45 album only
4. Hub Sutter and The Hub Cats - Gone Golsing
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2:30 album only
5. Jacoby Brothers - Who Ye Primpin Fer?
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2:27 album only
6. Al Urban - Run Away
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2:31 album only
7. Alden Holloway and His Prairie Riders - Woodpecker Love
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2:36 album only
8. Lucky Hill - I\'m Checkin\' Out
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2:28 album only
9. Perry Washburn and The Rocky Mountain Canary Boys- Pocahontas Ba
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10. Earney Vandagriff - Where You Been
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2:03 album only
11. Jimmie Walton - High As A Georgia Pine
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2:18 album only
12. Stoney Calhoun and The Night Owls - Hot \'N\' Cold
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13. Johnny Maxwell and The Rhythmmasters- Ole Satan\'s Mother-In-Law
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14. Ken Marvin - Two Tone Ten Ton
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15. Jack Cardwell - Walking Away My Blues
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16. Walter Scott - I\'m Walking
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17. Chuck Ray and His Gang- I May Not Be Able But I\'m Willing To Tr
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2:49 album only
18. Unknown Artist Acetate - Texas Fever
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19. King Sterling and His Blue Grass Melody Boys - Too Many Taverns
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20. Sammie Lee - Olahoma Blond Headed Gal
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Album Notes
Rare gems of 40’s and 50’s Hillbilly Boogie and Rockabilly.

Welcome to the first of El Toro's releases in our new Collectors Choice series, where we will be making available a large collection of rare 1950s recorded material, many of which are only to be found on scarce 45's, 78's and acetates.


8 page booklet with interesting notes and rare pictures.
Label shots from each one of the releases featured.


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Listen up; this is some good old time country music! Compiled from rare 45s, 78s, and acetates, this is an amazing collection of early 1950s country and western, some of which borders on rockabilly and even early rock and roll. Take Hub Sutter and the Hub Cats doing the rockabilly "Gone Gosling," most folks have probably never heard of them before, but thank god for collections like this to dust off the old recordings and give them the spotlight in front of a new generation of listeners. Then there's the yodeling western swing of "Pocahontas Baby" from Perry Washburn and The Rocky Mountain Canary Boys; it's a lot of fun, and people simply don't make songs like it anymore. And seriously, what could be more fun than Johnny Maxwell and The Rhythmmasters doing "Ole Satan's Mother-In-Law", it's straight up old time country, and with a title like that, you know it's going to be good.