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Hillbilly boogie

Hillbilly boogie [sound recording].
New York, NY : Columbia, p1994.

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Additional Authors
  • Bond, Johnny, 1915-1978.
  • Cooley, Spade, 1910-1969.
  • McAuliffe, Leon, 1917-1988.
  • Dexter, Al.
  • Hicks, Johnny.
  • Howard, Country Paul, 1913-1984.
  • Wills, Bob, 1905-1975.
  • Williams, Curley, 1913-1970.
  • Massey, Louise, 1902-1983.
  • Reynolds, Andy.
  • Frizzell, Lefty, 1928-1975.
  • Maxedon, Smiley.
  • Dickens, Little Jimmy, 1925-
  • Red River Valley Boys (Musical group) prf
  • Western Swing Band. prf
  • Troopers (Musical group) prf
  • Troubadours (Musical group) prf
  • Texas Playboys. prf
  • Cotton Pickers (Musical group) prf
  • Georgia Peach Pickers (Musical group) prf
  • Westerners (Musical group) prf
  • 101 Ranch Boys (Musical group) prf
  • Country Hicks (Musical group) prf
1 sound disc : digital, mono.; 4 3/4 in.
Series Statement
Country classics
Uniform Title
Columbia country classics.
  • Country and western music.
  • Compact disc.
  • Analog recording.
  • Program notes and discographical information by Artie Traum (15p. : ports.) inserted in container.
Event (note)
  • Recorded between Jan. 22, 1942, and Oct. 30, 1954.
Smoke! smoke! smoke! (that cigarette) (Johnny Bond & his Red River Valley Boys) -- Three way boogie (instrumental) (Spade Cooley & his orchestra) -- Take it away, Leon (Leon McAuliffe & his Western Swing Band) -- New broom boogie (Al Dexter & his Troopers) -- Hamburger hop (Johnny Hicks & his Troubadours) -- Drinking all my troubles away (Paul Howard & his Cotton Pickers) -- Georgia boogie (Curley Williams & his Georgia Peach Pickers) -- Cowboy stomp (Bob Wills & his Texas Playboys) -- Mean mama boogie (Johnny Bond & his Red River Valley Boys) -- Yodeling polka (Spade Cooley & his orchestra) -- Saturday night boogie (Al Dexter & his Troopers) -- Rootie tootie (Paul Howard & his Cotton Pickers) -- Blue guitar stomp (Leon McAuliffe & his Western Swing Band) -- Squeeze box polka (Louise Massey & the Westerners) -- Beer bottle mama (Andy Reynolds & his 101 Ranch Boys) -- Fiddlin' boogie (Curley Williams & his Georgia Peach Pickers) -- My baby's just like money (Lefty Frizzell) -- Get your kicks (from the Country Hicks) (Johnny Hicks & his Country Hicks) -- Give me a red hot mama and an ice cold beer (Smiley Maxedon) -- Salty boogie (Little Jimmy Dickens).
Call Number
*LDC 11462 (F)
95786167 /R
  • 32173648
  • 32173648
  • NYPG96-R877
Hillbilly boogie [sound recording].
New York, NY : Columbia, p1994.
Country classics
Columbia country classics.
Performed by various artists.
Recorded between Jan. 22, 1942, and Oct. 30, 1954.
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Added Author
Bond, Johnny, 1915-1978. Performer
Cooley, Spade, 1910-1969. Performer
McAuliffe, Leon, 1917-1988. Performer
Dexter, Al. Performer
Hicks, Johnny. Performer
Howard, Country Paul, 1913-1984. Performer
Wills, Bob, 1905-1975. Performer
Williams, Curley, 1913-1970. Performer
Massey, Louise, 1902-1983. Performer
Reynolds, Andy. Performer
Frizzell, Lefty, 1928-1975. Performer
Maxedon, Smiley. Performer
Dickens, Little Jimmy, 1925- Performer
Red River Valley Boys (Musical group) Performer
Western Swing Band. Performer
Troopers (Musical group) Performer
Troubadours (Musical group) Performer
Texas Playboys. Performer
Cotton Pickers (Musical group) Performer
Georgia Peach Pickers (Musical group) Performer
Westerners (Musical group) Performer
101 Ranch Boys (Musical group) Performer
Country Hicks (Musical group) Performer
Publisher No.
CK 53940 Columbia/Legacy
Research Call Number
*LDC 11462 (F) Program notes on file.
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