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PART 1: ALBUMS RR 110 - RR 170

NOTE THAT SOME TITLES ARE ADJUSTED!

Last updated: March 10, 2017

Uncle Jim O'Neal sold his Rural Rhythm records by mail order, not in record shops etc. Many came as advance release with a generic white front sleeve with (or without) a stamped serial number in upper right corner and Rural Rhythm Records advertising on reverse side (in some cases on both sides) - that's why I'm showing many labels only.

Albums released with a "normal" front sleeve design also had advertising on reverse side - no liner notes (with a few exceptions in later years).
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Uncle Jim's mail order also included records from several budget labels - mainly from Crown Records.
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Names written as presented on covers & labels by Rural Rhythm.

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NOTE THAT ALBUMS #110 - 217 CAME IN MONO, ONLY
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Note that some material from Rural Rhythm was released on eight-track cartridges by RR, and some probably leased to other labels. One example is J. D. Jarvis' "The Soul Of Country Gospel" (Polymax RE 1594-8).

Also note that cassettes listed here was released by the current owners of Rural Rhythm.


REC. #REL.
* RR 110 1961

The Wear Family
Rural Rhythm Presents The Great Wear Family: Patty Jo, De Wayne, Audrey, Jim
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Patty Joe Wear - daughter (vocals, guitar); DeWayne Wear - son (vocals, fiddle); Audrey Wear - mother (vocals, dulcimer); Jim Wear - father (vocals, autoharp)

Precious Memories / When They Ring Those Golden Bells (+) / The Black Sheep Returns To The Fold / Just As The Sun Went Down / Softly And Tenderly (*) / The Wreck On The Highway / Hold Fast To The Right (+) / This World Is Not My Home / Let The Lower Lights Be Burning / What A Friend / Face To Face (*) / Yes Jesus Loves Me (*) / The Great Speckled Bird (+) / Farther Along (+) / When I Take My Vacation In Heaven (+) / Lord Iím Coming Home (+) / Golden Slippers (*) / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / When The Saints Go Marching In (+) / Keep On The Sunny Side / When God Dips His Love In My Heart / Shall We Gather At The River (*) / Does Jesus Care (*) / Rock Of Ages (*)
NOTE: (*) = Instrumental tracks.
NOTE: "Golden Slippers" also released on Rural Rhythm RRGT 167.
NOTE: (+) = Also released on Crown CLP-5337/CST-337 (1963) and Crown CLP-5431/CST-431 (1964).


RR 111
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RR 112
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RR 113
NEED INFO
* RR 114 1961

DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Hoe Down Fiddle Tunes
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 3 - Champion Fiddler DeWayne Wear & The Great Wear Family
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Rubber Dolly / Wednesday Night Waltz / Cripple Creek / 8th Of January / Chicken Reel / Soldier's Joy / Uncle Joe / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Wagoner / Old Joe Clark / Ragtime Annie / Arkansas Traveler / Devil's Dream / Orange Blossom Special / Turkey In The Straw / Flop Eared Mule / Carrol County Blues / Fire On The Mountain / Mississippi Sawyer / Fisher's Hornpipe / Bill Cheatam / Cindy / Stoney Point / Gray Eagle / Old Dan Tucker / Ida Red
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 3 was released in 1967 or later.


RR 115
NEED INFO
* RR WEAR 116 1961

The Wear Family
Rural Rhythm Presents The Great Wear Family: Patty Jo, De Wayne, Audrey, Jim
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Patty Joe Wear - daughter (vocals, guitar); DeWayne Wear - son (vocals, fiddle); Audrey Wear - mother (vocals, dulcimer); Jim Wear - father (vocals, autoharp)

At The Old Country Church / Turn Your Radio On / Beautiful Life / Picture On The Wall / Hold To God's Unchanging Hand / Just A Closer Walk With Thee / Only A Tramp On The Street / Church In The Wild Wood / Cabin In Glory / He Set Me Free / Little Blossom / On The Rock Where Moses Stood / Amazing Grace / I Gotta Go Home / Precious Jewel / Give Mother My Crown / Whispering Hope / Calvary Hill


RR 117
NEED INFO
* RR Farley 118 1961

G. M. Farley
Sings Happy Moving Gospel Songs
Arr. Farley & O'Neal
This Train / Across The Bridge / I Saw The Light / Jesus Hold My Hand / Iíll Fly Away / Jesus Savior Pilot Me / Who At My Door Is Standing / The Guilty One / Nothing But The Blood / I Am A Pilgrim / Thank God / I Told The Savior / Were You There / Job's God Is True / If The Light Has Gone Out / Hold To God's Unchanging Hand / How Beautiful Heaven Must Be / The Funeral
NOTE: "The Funeral" also released on Rural Rhythm SPEC. RR 555 (EP).
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 118).


RR 119
NEED INFO

RR 120
NEED INFO
* RR Fiddle 121 1961

DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family
ORIGINAL RELEASE: More Hoe Down Fiddle Tunes
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 4 - Champion Fiddler DeWayne Wear & The Great Wear Family
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Under The Double Eagle / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / Snow Deer / Year Of Jublo / Texas Rag / Durangs Hornpipe / Wilsons Clog / Soap Suds Over The Fence / Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Beaumont Rag / The Irish Jig / Rickets Hornpipe / My Little Girl / Run Boy Run / I Ainít Loving Nobody / Sailors Hornpipe / Shamus OíBrien / Skip To My Lou / Little Liza Jane / Red Bird Waltz (#1) / Cotton Eyed Joe / Irish Wash Woman / Green Corn / Climbing Up The Golden Stalks / Jordan Road / Walk Along John / Sweet Betsy From Pike / Sally Ann
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 4 was released in 1967 or later.

7 RRGO 122 1961

DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Champion Fiddler DeWayne Wear
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 8 - Champion Fiddler DeWayne Wear & The Great Wear Family
Black Mountain Rag / Lonesome Road Blues / Have I Told You That I Love You / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine / Sweet Evilena / Devil On Mount Hood / Red Wing / Dragging The Bow / The Girl I Left Behind / Chinese Breakdown / Wreck Of The Old 97 / Wild Wood Flower / Whistling Ruffus / Little Brown Jug / Old Rustic Dance / Old Apple Tree In The Orchard / Over The Waves / Tears On My Pillow / Sally Goodin / Three Oíclock In The Morning / Lula Wall
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 8 was released in 1969 or later.

* R.R. Wear 123 1961

The Wear Family
Rural Rhythm Presents Country And Blue Grass with The Great Wear Family: De Wayne, Patty Jo, Audrey, Jim
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Patty Joe Wear - daughter (guitar); DeWayne Wear - son (fiddle); Audrey Wear - mother (dulcimer); Jim Wear - father (autoharp)

Katy Dear / Dark As A Dungon / Barbara Allen / Camptown Races / Cat And The Mouse / I Was Born 10 Thousand Years Ago / Yellow Rose Of Texas / Columbus Stockade Blues / Worried Man / Green Grow The Lilacs / Pallet On The Floor / Preacher And The Bear / Knoxville Girl / Uncle Jimís Breakdown / They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree / Goober Peas / Polly Wolly Doodle / Crawdad Song / Oh Susanna / New River Train
NOTE: "Katy Dear" also released on Rural Rhythm RR 147.


RR 124 1961 Sister Foye Turner & others featuring Clarence Jackson Dobro Guitar with String Band
Country Style Gospel Songs (?)
Somebody Touched Me / I Stand Alone / God's Little House Of Prayer / Lord, Don't Pass Me By / Wonderful Jesus / Darl And Lonely Hours / Death's Dark Valley / Who At My Door Is Standing / Gather Buds / When The World's On Fire / Honey On The Rock / Hallelujah! Jesus Is Coming Again / Jesus Hold My Hand / I Dreamed I Searched Heaven For You / Back Back Slider / Searching / Mother's Boy / Jesus Row The Boat Ashore / The Lord Watches Over Me / Jesus Cares / You'd Better Walk That Road To Glory / One Step Beyond
* RR 125 1961

Clarence Jackson / Fiddling Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
Rural Rhythm Presents Clarence Jackson "Houndog" Dobro Guitar
Clarence Jackson (dobro); Mutt Poston (fiddle); "Red" Droze & Calvin Floyd (vocals); William Smith (electr. steel); J. O. Spell (bass)
Down Yonder - #1 (Mutt Poston, Clarence Jackson & William Smith) / T. For Texas (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / Steel Guitar Chimes (Clarence Jackson) / Iím Glad I Got To See (You Once Again) (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / Steel Guitar Rag - #1 (Clarence Jackson & William Smith) / When The Snow Falls (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Flint Hill Special - #1 (Clarence Jackson) / Shackles And Chains (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / Bill Cheatum - #1 (Mutt Poston) / Live And Let Live (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Iíll Be All Smiles To-Night (Clarence Jackson) / My Isle Of Golden Dreams (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Cindy - #1 (Mutt Poston) / Buds Bounce (William Smith) / When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Singing Waterfalls (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / Dance Around Molly - #1 (Mutt Poston) / Are You Missing Me (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / Look Sharp Be Sharp (Mutt Poston) / Dobro Guitar Boogie (Clarence Jackson) / The Prisonerís Song (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Old Mountain Dew (Mutt Poston) / Low And Lonely (vcl. Calvin Floyd) / The Crawdad Song (vcl. Bob "Red" Droze) / Black Mountain Rag - #1 (Mutt Poston)
NOTE: "Down Yonder" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RRMP 130 & RR Jack 132.
NOTE: "Bill Cheatum" / "Cindy" / "Dance Around Molly" / "Black Mountain Rag" other versions/playing time on Rural Rhythm RRMP 130.
NOTE: "Steel Guitar Rag" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR 131.
NOTE: "Flint Hill Special" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR Jack 132.

* RR 126 1961

Blue Ridge Mountaineers
A Salute To Lester And Earl
Johnny Carson; Milton Watkins; Gean Watkins; Cliff Hogin; Doc Hamilton; Jim Eaton
Earlís Breakdown / On My Mind / Back To The Cross / Your Love Is Like A Flower / Why Donít You Tell Me So / O Come Angel Band / Down The Road / Cabin In Caroline / Iím Going To Make Heaven My Home / Hot Corn, Cold Corn / Weíll Meet Again Sweetheart / Shuckiní The Corn / Let Those Brown Eyes Smile At Me / Jimmy Brown The Newsboy / Go Home / Rolliní In My Sweet Babyís Arms / Preaching, Praying, Singing / Foggy Mountain Breakdown / You Are My Flower / Is There Room For Me

* RR 127 1961

G. M. Farley & The Wear Family
Rural Rhythm Presents G. M. Farley & The Wear Family - Old Fashioned Country Gospel
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
When I Lay My Burden Down / He Set Me Free / Thereís Going To Be A Meeting / When I Call Him / Only A Prayer / Need The Prayers Of Those I Love / Everybody Talks About Heaven / Down By The Riverside / Home Coming In Heaven / The Great Speckled Bird / Glory Bound Train / Let The Lower Lights Be Burning / I Donít See A Reason / Kneel At The Feet Of Jesus / On The Inside Looking Out / House Of Gold / Where Shall Be / Pass Me Not / He Came A Long Way / My Boyís Bible
NOTE: "When I Call Him" / "Only A Prayer" / "He Came A Long Way" / "My Boyís Bible" also released on Rural Rhythm SPEC. RR 555 (EP).
NOTE: "When I Call Him" / "Only A Prayer" / "He Came A Long Way" also released on Crown CLP-5344/CST-344 (1963).
NOTE: Album also released in 1990 on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 127) - R/H cover.

* RR 128 1961

G. M. Farley
Rural Rhythm Presents G. M. Farley - Country Gospel Favorites
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
The Devilís Train / Old Time Religion / Something Got Hold Of Me / He Is So Good To Me / A Tramp On The Street / Jesus Died For Me / Cup Of Loneliness / The Old Account / Oh Those Tombs / When I Take My Vacation In Heaven / We Shall Rise / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / Iíll Be Satisfied / Jesus Stooped And Lifted Me / Thy Burdens Are Greater Than Mine / The Heart That Was Broken For Me / What Would You Give / Masterís Bouquet / Born To Love The Lord / Lifeís Railway To Heaven

* RR 129 1961

Vocal by Clarence Jackson with musical background featuring "Mutt" Poston & The Farm Hands
Heart Warming Recitations
Production by Rue Barclay
If Jesus Came To Your House / Should You Go First / A Motherís Prayer / Daddy Couldnít Answer / A Prayer That God Will Bless / Today / To The Shut In / God Is Living / Remembered / Believe In Prayer / Just For Today / The Drunkardís 23rd Psalm / Compensation / If You Will Think About Mother / Motherís Gone / The Bar / Always Hope / Not Growing Old / The Tongue / With A Friend / True Holiness / Consolation / To Mother / Jesus Simple Plan Of Salvation

* RR 130 1961

Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Clarence Jackson Houndog Dobro Guitar
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 5 - Fiddliní Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
A Clarence Jackson Production (on sleeve) - Production by Rue Barclay (on labels) - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Mutt Poston (fiddle); Clarence Jackson (dobro); Calvin Floyd (guitar); J. Q. Spell (bass)

Golden Slippers / Cripple Creek / Dance Around Molly - #2 / Sweet Bunch Of Daisies (#1) / Cindy - #2 / Fire On The Mountain / Dragginí The Bow / Little Liza Jane / Wabash Cannon Ball / Gray Eagle / Listen To The Mocking Bird / Kentucky Waltz (#1) / Arkansas Traveller / Sally Goodiní / Buffalo Gals / Down Yonder - #2 / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Dobro Chimes / Orange Blossom Special / Bill Cheatum - #2 / Red Wing / Devilís Dream / Rubber Dolly / Black Mountain Rag - #2 / Old Joe Clark / Soldierís Joy
NOTE: Two different green labels spotted. The 2nd record # and writing under more to left and larger distance to text above.
NOTE: "Dance Around Molly" / "Cindy" / "Down Yonder" / "Bill Cheatum" / "Black Mountain Rag" other versions/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR 125.
NOTE: Album also later released on TTR130 eight-track cartridge (R/H third row), and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 130).
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 5 was released in 1968 or later.

* RR Jack 131 1961

Clarence Jackson
Rural Rhythm Presents Clarence Jackson With Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands - Dobro And Steel Guitar Favorites
A Rue Barclay Production
Clarence "Hounddog" Jackson (dobro); Fiddling Mutt Poston and the Farm Hands; Red Ferrell (guitar); William Smith (hot wire electric steel guitar); J.Q. Spell (bass)

We Live In Two Different Worlds / Roadside Rag / Steel Guitar Stomp / Steel Guitar Rag - #2 / Georgia Steel Guitar / Born To Lose / Rubber Dolly / Maggie / B. Bowman Hop / Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley / Old Southern Moon / I Was Seeing Nellie Home / Pan Handle Rag / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / You Are My Sunshine / Hawaiian Honeymoon / Meet Me Somewhere In Your Dreams / Hilo March / Aloha / Beach At Waikiki / Hawaiian Sunset / Coconut Grove / Harbor Lights / Iím Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes / íNeath Hawaiian Palms
NOTE: "Steel Guitar Rag" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR 125.
NOTE: Cover from an early 1990s cassette release.

* RR Jack 132 1961

Clarence Jackson
Rural Rhythm Presents Blue Grass Special
A Rue Barclay Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
SIDE A: Clarence Jackson (dobro); Charles Frye (5 string banjo); Johnny Slack (guitar); Bill Horny (bass)
SIDE B: Clarence Jackson (dobro); Leroy Matthew (5 string banjo); Johnny Arizona (lead guitar); Clarence Matthews (rhythm guitar); Bill Horny (bass); Donald Stallard (spoons)

Home Sweet Home / Wildwood Flower / Bugle Call Rag / John Henry / Bells Of St Mary / Cripple Creek / Farewell Blues / Whoa Mule Whoa / Fire Ball Mail / Flint Hill Special - #2 / I Wouldn't Change You If I Could / Salty Dog Rag / Dear Old Dixie / Shuckin' The Corn / Maggie / Cindy / Down Yonder - #3 / Ground Speed / Lonesome Road Blues / Pike County Breakdown / Red River Valley / Down The Road
NOTE: "Flint Hill Special" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR 125.
NOTE: "Down Yonder" other version/playing time on Rural Rhythm RR 125 & RRMP 130.

* RR Greer 133 1961

Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks
Rural Rhythm Presents Log Cabin Songs - Old Time Country Music / Log Cabin Songs
A Lee Sutton Production
Jim Greer (banjo, vocals); Valeda Wentz guitar, high tenor vocals); John Wentz (dobro); Bob McPherson (mandolin, lead vocals); Dalton Burroughs (bass)
Deep Elm Blues / The Quilting Party / Darling Nellie Grey / Little White Washed Chimney / May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister? / Blue-Eyed Darling / When You And I Were Young, Maggie / Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy / Little Mother Of The Hills / Red Wing / Come And Dine / Watermelon On The Vine / Broken Engagement / East Bound Train / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Flower Blooming In The Wildwood / Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley / Golden Slippers / Love Me Now / Grandfatherís Clock / You Go To Your Church

* RR-MVS 134 1961

The Maggie Valley Country Singers - Big John DeMarcus, Edith Roberts, Charles Worley, Roy Parkham
Rural Rhythm Presents The Maggie Valley Country Singers
A Rue Barcley Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'neal
Big John DeMarcus (solo, guitar); Edith Roberts (solo); Charles Worley (duet vocal, guitar); Roy Parkham (duet vocal, bass); Clarence "Hounddog" Jackson (dobro); James Worley (harmonica, guitar)

K. C. Whistle (1) / Here Rattler, Here (2) / Female Hercules (3) / Black Berry Boogie (4) / Step Up And Go (1) / Go And Leave Me Little Darling (2) / Echoís From The Hills (3) / Treasures Untold (1) / Just Because (2) / St. Louis Blues (4) / Memory Lane (3) / When You Wore A Tulip (1) / The Fox Chase (4) / Iím Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes (2) / Little Pal (3) / Wreck Of The Old 97 (4) / Donít Cry Over Me (1) / The Green Back Dollar (2) / A Hole In The Bottom Of The Sea (3) / Going Down This Road Feeling Bad (4) / Iím Talking About You (1) / Bessie The Heffer (2) / Stay All Night (Stay A Little Longer) (3) / Sourwood Mountain (4)
NOTE: (1) = Vcl. Big John DeMarcus; (2) = Vcl. Edith Roberts; (3) = Vcl. Charles Worley & Roy Parkham; (4) = Instrumental.

* RR Droze 135 1962

Bob "Red" Droze with Clarence "Houndog" Jackson & Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
Red Droze Sings Songs From The Heart
A Rue Barclay Production (on label) - Clarence Jackson according to "Red" Droze.
Recorded at WBER Radio Station, Monks Corner, South Carolina - 6 deep around a broadcasting mike.

Pretty Words / I'll Go On Alone / Truck Drivin' Man / I Can't Quit Now / Just Out Of Reach / Singin' The Blues / Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? / You Only Want Me When You're Lonely / All The World Is Lonely Now / The Letter Edged In Black / I Turned And Walked Slowly Away / The Hand You're Holding Now / Judy / Nothing But Sweet Lies / Baby I Need You / Shackles And Chains / Jealous Heart / The Convict And The Rose / I Wonder Where You Are Tonight / I Talk To Myself About You
NOTE: Cover from a 1993 cassette release.

* RR White 136 1962

Red White & The Country Gospel Singers with Clarence Jackson
Rural Rhythm Presents Red White & The Country Gospel Singers (1)
A Rue Barclay Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Clarence Jackson (dobro, banjo)

Leaning On The Everlasting Arms / Rank Strangers / Iíll Be A Friend To Jesus / Jesus, Use Me / Why Do You Weep Dear Willow / A Cabin In Gloryland / When The Angels Carry Me Home / Lonely Tombs / Wildwood Flower / You Go To Your Church / I Like To Hear ĎEm Preach It / Iím Going To Make Heaven My Home / What Would You Give In Exchange / Home Sweet Home / The Land Where Weíll Never Grow Old / Give Me Flowers While Iím Living / Crying Holy Unto The Lord / Heavenís Light Is Shining On Me / The Cry From The Cross / Cleanse Me / The Voice Of My Saviour / I Saw The Light

* RRMOORE 137 1962

Lee Moore
Rural Rhythm Presents Lee Moore Sings Radio Favorites Of Country Music
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Lee Moore (vocal, guitar); Tater Tate (fiddle); Billy Edwards (banjo); John Palmer (bass); Danny Milhon (guitar, dobro)

Going Down The Country / An Old Log Cabin For Sale / Beach At Waikiki / Wildwood Flower / Will The Roses Bloom In Heaven / Old Joe Clark / Dreaming Of A Cabin / Royal Telephone / Remember Me / Keep On The Sunnyside / Vacant Cabin / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / Mom Is Dying Tonight / Dobro Blues / Down Where The River Bends / I Love You Best Of All / Old Spinning Wheel / I Never Can Love You Again / Cannon Ball No. 3 / Write Mother / Double Eagle / Paulís Ministry
NOTE: Charlie Moore personally informed Dennis Schut that he and his band the Dixie Partners were Lee Mooreís backing band on this session.
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 137).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-137 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RR 138 1962

Various Artists - Onie Wheeler, Ray Baker, Foye Turner, Jackie & Arlen Vaden (The Southern Gospel Singers), Peggy & Neal McCormick
Rural Rhythm Presents Country Gospel Greats
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Climbing Up The Mountain (Peggy & Neal McCormick) / Mother's Not Dead (Jackie & Arlen Vaden) / God Is Real (Peggy & Neal McCormick) / God's Mighty Hand (Ray Baker) / My Faith Is Built Upon A Rock (Ray Baker) / Who'll Be The First To Cast A Stone (Ray Baker) / At Mother's Knee (Ray Baker) / When The Roll Is Called (Foye Turner) / Sweet Bye And Bye (Foye Turner) / Glory Land Way (Foye Turner) /Go Home (Onie Wheeler) / I Saw Mother With God Last Night (Onie Wheeler) / Please Don't Break His Heart (Onie Wheeler) / Just As The Sun Went Down (Jackie & Arlen Vaden) / Sinners Plea (Jackie & Arlen Vaden) / He'll Make The Way (Ray Baker) / You Gotta Go Down (Ray Baker) / I'll Be Somewhere Working (Foye Turner) / I Feel Like Singing (Foye Turner) / I Shall Not Be Moved (Foye Turner)
NOTE: LEASED FROM VADEN RECORDS:
Jackie & Arlen Vaden's "Just As The Sun Went Down" released on Vaden EP-104, EP-206 & LP-107.
Jackie & Arlen Vaden's "A Sinners Plea" released on Vaden EP-104, EP-207 & LP-108.
Jackie & Arlen Vaden's "Mother's Not Dead, She's Only Sleeping" released on Vaden LP-107.
Peggy & Neal McCormick's "I'm Climbing Up The Mountain" & "My God Is Real" released on Vaden LP-108.
Ray Baker & His Happy Travelers' "Godís Mighty Hand" released on Alcar 306, Vaden EP-205 & Vaden LP-108.
Ray Baker & His Happy Travelers' "My Faith Is Built Upon A Rock" / "Whoíll Be The First To Cast A Stone" released on Vaden EP-108, Alcar 305, Vaden EP-205 & Vaden LP-107.
Ray Baker & His Happy Travelers' "At Mother's Knee" / "You Gotta Go Down" released on Vaden EP-108, King 45-5194, Alcar 305, Vaden EP-205 & Vaden LP-107.
Ray Baker & His Happy Travelers' "He'll Make The Way" released on Alcar 306, Vaden EP-205 & Vaden LP-107.
Ray Baker & His Happy Travelers' "My Faith Is Built Upon A Rock" / "He'll Make The Way" & "You Gotta Go Down" released on Stomper Time STCD 32 (UK) (2013).
Onie Wheeler's tracks released on K-Ark 227 & 620 and later on Vaden EP-208, LP-107 & LP-108.


RR 139 1962 Various Artists (?)
America's Favorite Hymns
Onward Christian Soldiers / Shall We Gather At The River / Beside The Still Water / Bringing In The Sheaves / Rock Of Ages / The Lord's Prayer / Nearer My God To Thee / God Be With You / Just As I Am / Peace In The Valley / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / Just A Closer Walk / Whole World In His Hands / 23 Psalms / Didn't It Rain / Angels In The Sky / Stand Up For Jesus / Lead Kindly Light / Near The Cross / I Need Thee / Faith Of Our Fathers / Now The Day Is Over / Abide With Me
* RR EM 140 1962

Ernie & Mack & The Bluegrass Cut-ups - Clarence Jackson on Dobro
Rural Rhythm Presents Blue Grass If You Please
A Clarence Jackson Production (on sleeve) - A Rue Barclay Production (on labels) - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Uncle Pen / When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again / East Virginia Blues / Ruby / Broken Vows / Cindy / Worried Manís Blues / Knoxville Girl / Careless Love / I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home / Iíll Go Stepping Too / Iíve Gotta Travel On / The Weeping Willow / Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight / You Left Me Alone / Mule Skinner Blues / Nine Pound Hammer / Rolling In My Sweet Babyís Arms / Carolina Mountain Home / Take My Ring From Your Finger / Stepping Stones / Why Do You Wonder / Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 140).

9 RR-HG 141 1962

Various Artists - Jackie & Arlin Vaden (The Southern Gospel Singers), Bill Carter, James Baum, G. M. Farley, Foggy River Boys, Pilgrim Heir Quartet, Jerry & Sandy Bernard
Happy Gospel Songs
A Rue Barcley Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
I Was There When The Spirit Came / Sea Walker / There Ainít No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys) / I Talked With A Stranger / One Of These Mornings / That City On Mt. Zion / Pale Horse / Noah Found Grace / Iíll Feel At Home / Higher / Iíll Be Satisfied, Poor (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / He Brought Me In (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / I Canít Help What Others Do (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / The Picture On The Wall (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / Only A Tramp On The Street (Bill Carter) / Good Lord To Keep Me Happy (Bill Carter) / Godís Mansion In The Sky (Bill Carter) / Where You Gonna Hide (Bill Carter) / Faith Of Our Fathers / Nearer My God To Thee
NOTE: The Bill Carter tracks originally appeared on Rural Rhythm EP-45-526 & EP-45-527.
The G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys' track appeared on Rural Rhythm EP-45-534 (1961) and on Crown CLP-5344/CST-344 (1963).
NOTE: LEASED FROM VADEN RECORDS:
The Jackie & Arlen Vaden's (The Southern Gospel Singers), Vaden EP-202, EP-203, EP-207, LP-107 & LP-108.


RR 142 1962 Roy Rea
Country Honky Tonk Piano
Carry Me Back To Old Virginia / Vennie / Sweet Georgia Brown / Just Because / Margie / Red Wing / Isle Of Capri / Down Yonder / Golden Slippers / Dark Town Strutters Ball / Remington Ride / Listen To The Mocking Bird / Watermelon Hanging In The Vine / Five Foot Two / Bill Bailey / Bully Of The Town / Rainbow / Frankie And Johnny / The Bells Of St. Mary / Royís River Boogie / Swing Low Sweet Coyce Town/China Boy / The Salty Dog Rag / A Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight / Gerrois And Assembly Street Boogie

RR 143 1962 The Maggie Valley Country Singers - Big John DeMarcus, Edith Roberts, Charles Worley, Roy Parkham
Smokey Mt. Special
Big John DeMarcus (vocal, guitar); Edith Roberts (vocal); Charles Worley (duet vocal, guitar); Roy Parkham (duet vocal, bass); Clarence "Hounddog" Jackson (dobro); Johnny Arizona (lead guitar); Red Droze (vocal, guitar); Fiddlin' Mutt Poston (fiddle); James Worley (harmonica, guitar)
Hilo March / I Want To Be Loved / Get On Board Little Children / Old Greenback Dollar / Dear Old Dixieland / That Gal Of Mine Stole My Liquor / Iíll Just Pretend / Giving Everything Away / Midnight Special / Maggie Valley Stomp / Nobodyís Darling But Mine / Old Mountain Dew / Chained To A Memory / Maggie Valley Boogie / I Wonder If You Feel The Way I Do / The End Of The World / Oh Susanna / Jealous Heart / Shake, Rattle And Roll / Oh, How I Miss You / Canton, N.C. Special / Take This Hammer / Maggie Valley Breakdown / I Gotta Travel On / No One Will Ever Know

RR 144 1963 "Big" John DeMarcus, Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands, Clarence Jackson
Jimmie Rodgers Favorites / Old Time Country Music (label) / 25 Classic Train Songs
Jimmie The Kid / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Looking For A New Mama / Lonely And Blue / The Sailor's Plea / Daddy And Home / Mean Mama Blues / You And My Old Guitar / Frankie And Johnny / Waiting For A Train / I'm In The Jail House Now / Buffalo Nickel / T For Texas / That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine / Old Pal Of My Heart / Lullabye Yodel / I'm Sorry We Met / Memphis Yodel
* RR-Rue 145 1963

Rue Barclay
Hymn Time with Rue Barclay
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Stereo Masters, Hollywood, CA.
Rue Barclay (vocal, harmonica); Bill Sampson (lead guitar); Curly Harris (bass, rhythm guitar)

Lord Build Me A Cabin In Glory / How Beautiful Heaven Must Be / Old Rugged Cross / Lifeís Railway To Heaven / Precious Lord / Well Iím Gonna Walk / Hi-Way To Heaven / Just A Little Talk With Jesus / I Know Heís Always There / Iíll Fly Away / Old Camp Meeting Days / He Whispers Sweet Peace To Me / Hear Them Bells / Church Bells / Old Time Religion In My Soul / Precious Memories / Jesus Iím Coming Home / This World Is Not My Home / When I Make My Last Move / If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again

* RRFair 146 1963

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain Banjo Players
A Clarence Jackson Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Buck Duncan (doghouse bass); Roy Mull (flat top guitar); Tommy Rodgers (fiddle); Red White & The Dixie Bluegrass Boys (back up band)

Nine Pound Hammer / Old Joe Clark (#1) / McCormickís Picnic / Red Wing / False Hearted Love / Whoa, Mule, Whoa / Cripple Creek (#1) / Carolina Breakdown / Old Turkey In The Straw / Orange Blossom Special / John Hardy / Little Darling Pal Of Mine (#1) / Under The Double Eagle March / Train 45 / The Bugle Call Rag / Banjo Fling / Mama Blues / Cumberland Gap / Raymondís Banjo Boogie / Crooked Creek / Sugar Foot Rag / Panhandle Country / Lonesome Road Blues / Earlís Breakdown / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Cotton Eyed Joe / Whitehouse Blues / Cindy (#1) / Fairchildís White Oak Stomp / Red River Valley / Pretty Polly
NOTE: Re-released in 1976 on RR 256.

6 RR 147 1964 Various Artists - The Wear Family, Ray Godfrey, Ernie Cook, Boys From Shiolo, Autry Inman, DeWayne Wear, Bill Carter, Johnny Tyler
Blue Grass And Country
Those Brown Eyes (The Wear Family) / Fiddling Rag (The Wear Family) / Maple On The Hill (The Wear Family) / Bully Of The Town (The Wear Family) / Beautiful Brown Eyes (The Wear Family) / Buffalo Gal (The Wear Family) / Katy Dear (The Wear Family) / Sweet Evilina (The Wear Family) / Give My Love To Nell (The Wear Family) / Frozen Logger (The Wear Family) / Better Times A Cominí (Ray Godfrey) / Shut Your Big Fat Mouth (Ernie Cook) / Take Back Your Name (Ernie Cook) / Shiolo (Boys From Shiolo) / Pretty Polly (Boys From Shiolo) / The Volunteer (Autry Inman) / Milk Cow Blues (DeWayne Wear) / Grandpa (Bill Carter) / Coal Miner (Johnny Tyler) / It Felt So Good (Johnny Tyler)
NOTE: The Wear Family's "Katy Dear" also released on Rural Rhythm RR Wear 123.
The Bill Carter track is an earlier unissued Rural Rhythm.
The Johnny Tyler tracks are from Rural Rhythm EP-509 & 45-512.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Roy Godfrey's "Better Times A Cominí", Sims 130 (1963).
Autry Inman's "The Volunteer", Sims 131 (1963).
Ernie Cook's "Shut Your Big Fat Mouth" / "Take Back Your Name", Sims 180 (1964).
Boys From Shiloh's "Shiloh" / "Pretty Polly", Sims LP 112 (1963).
9 RR 148 1964 Various Artists - Jackie & Arlin Vaden, Bill Carter, Johnny Tyler, George France, Cooper Bros. Owen & Mack, Heart Of Dixie Boys, James Baum
The Old Country Church
The Old Country Church (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / More Praying Less Straying (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / Full Time Religion (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / Wonít You Go There With Me (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / Glory In Your Soul (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / Thank You Dear Lord (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / Your Last Day On Earth (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / The Gates Of Glory (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / God's Gonna Turn Us To Dust (Johnny Tyler) / The Devils Slate (Johnny Tyler) / Just Over In The Glory Land (George France) / Iím Satisfied (George France) / Precious Memories (George France) / White Dove (George France) / Leaning On Jesus (George France) / Resurrection Morning (Owen & Mack) / Sinner He Will Hear You (Owen & Mack) / Cross Of Calvery (Owen & Mack) / Onward Christian Soldiers (The Heart Of Dixie Boys) / Abide With Me (James Baum)
NOTE: The Bill Carter tracks originally appeared on Rural Rhythm EP-45-526 & EP-45-527.
The Johnny Tyler's "God's Gonna Turn Us To Dust" also released on Rural Rhythm SPEC. RR 509 (EP) and P-Vine PCD-2467 (Japan) in 1993, and "The Devils Slate" on RR-EP-509 / SPEC. RR 509, and both released on Crown CLP 5321/CST 321 (1963).
NOTE: LEASED FROM VADEN RECORDS:
The Jackie & Arlen Vaden's (The Southern Gospel Singers), Vaden EP-202, EP-203, EP-206, EP-207 & LP-107.
9 RR C.G.F. 149 1964

Various Artists - G. M. Farley, Bob & Lucille Martin and The Gospeletts, Bill Carter & The Cooper Bros., Bill Carter with with Roy & Gene Henderson, Owen & Mack, Charlie & Lee Cline, The Happy Four, The Masters Quartet, Billy & Gordon Hamrick, James Baum
Rural Rhythm Presents Country Gospel Favorites
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Weíll Understand It Better Bye And Bye (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys with Bob & Lucille Martin) / A Hill Lone And Gray (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys) / A Picture From Lifes Other Side (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys) / The Little Sparrow / The Works Of The Lord (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys) / The Fault Is Mine / After While (G. M. Farley & The Foggy River Boys) / Tomorrow (G. M. Farley) / Nah Man / Your Last Day On Earth (Bill Carter & The Cooper Boys) / This World Is Not My Home (Bill Carter with Roy & Gene Henderson) / Where Weíll Never Grow Old (Bill Carter with Roy & Gene Henderson) / Ainítcha ďGonnaĒ Change (Owen & Mack) / Rivers Bend (Charlie & Lee Cline) / Just Passing Through (The Happy Four) / Iíll Soon Be Going (The Masters Quartet) / Iíll Fly Away (Billie & Gordon Hamrick) / Do You Ever Think To Pray (Bill Carter & The Cooper Bros.) / Tongue Tied Religion / Rock Of Ages (James Baum)
NOTE: G. M. Farley's "After While" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-EP-534 (1961).
G. M. Farley's "Weíll Understand It Better Bye And Bye", "A Hill Lone And Gray", "A Picture From Lifes Other Side" & "The Works Of The Lord" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-EP-551.
G. M. Farley's "Tomorrow" also released on Rural Rhythm SPEC. RR 555 (EP).
The G. M. Farley tracks (except "Tomorrow") also released on Crown CLP-5344/CST-344 (1963).
The Bill Carter tracks originally appeared on Rural Rhythm EP-45-516 & EP-45-527.
NOTE: The Billie & Gordon Hamrick track is mostly a Starday Custom recording.

11 RR N.S. 150 1964

Various Artists - Bob Jennings, Autry Inman, Swanny Caldwell, Kenny Smith, Johnny Tyler, Skiles - Akins - Cipolla, Bobby Barnett, Hall Wallis, Leon Rausch, Jerrie Walker, Bill Carter, Jo Casey, Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill
Rural Rhythm Presents The Nashville Sound Of Country Music
Recording Production Uncle Jim O'Neal
The First Step Down (Bob Jennings) / Iím Barely Hanging On To Me (Bob Jennings) / Give Me 40 Acres (Autry Inman) / Unlucky Am I (Autry Inman) / Why Do Today (Swanny Caldwell) / Iím So Lonesome, Baby (Kenny Smith) / Secret Date (Kenny Smith) / Devil On My Shoulder (Johnny Tyler) / Odd Ball (Skiles-Akins-Cipolla) / Blues On Easy Street (Skiles-Akins-Cipolla) / Moaniní The Blues (Bobby Barnett) / Worst Of Luck (Bobby Barnett) / What's Left Of Me (Hall Wallis) / Heart Of A Clown (Leon Rausch) / Once A Day (Jerrie Walker) / Jailer Man (Bill Carter) / Rockiní In The Hay (Skiles-Akins-Cipolla) / Trusting You (Jo Casey) / Irene Shuffle (Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill) / Headiní Home (Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill)
NOTE: Kenny Smith's tracks originally appeared on "Top-Per" (Tops Em All) OP-281x45 in 1958, which was a subsidiary of Rural Rhythm.
Johnny Tyler's "Devil On My Shoulder" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-510.
The Bill Carter track originally appeared on Honee B HB-45-104, which was a subsidiary of Rural Rhythm.
The Jo Casey track originally appeared on Honee B H.B.45-113, which was a subsidiary of Rural Rhythm.
The Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill track "Irene Shuffle" originally appeared on Rural Rhythm RR-EP-517 in 1959.
NOTE: Swanee Caldwell's "Why Do Today", Rich 105.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Autry Inman's "Unlucky Am I", Sims 131 (1963), and "Give Me 40 Acres", Sims 219 (1964).
Bobby Barnett's "Worst Of Luck", Sims 159 (1963), and "Moaniní The Blues", Sims 198 (1964).
Bob Jennings' "The First Step Down Is The Longest", Sims 161 (1964), and "Iím Barely Hanging On To Me", Sims 202 (1964).
Leon Rausch's "Heart Of A Clown", Sims 213 (1964).
Jeri Walker's "Once A Day", Sims 218 (1964).
Hal Willis' "What's Left Of Me", Sims 224 (1965) - this one was leased to Sims Records by Hal Willis.

6 RR O.J. 151 1964

Various Artists - The Wear Family, Wanda Sirmon, James Baum, Sunny Siders, Country Gospel Singers
Rural Rhythm Presents Old Time Country Gospel
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Pass Me Not (The Wear Family) / I Need Thee Every Hour (The Wear Family) / Bringing In The Sheaves (The Wear Family) / Old Time Religion (The Wear Family) / Beautiful Island Of Somewere (The Wear Family) / There Is A Date Awaiting / When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder (The Wear Family) / When I Take My Journey / Jesus Is Looking On This World / Now The Day Is Over / Surly I Will / Living By Faith / Make You Want To Humble Down / What Will Your Answer Be / When I Get To Heaven / I Feel The Touch / Sinner Take My Council / Glory Highway / Oh, If Thou Hath Harken / Iíll Meet You At The Portal
NOTE: The Wear Family tracks also released on Crown CLP-5337/CST-337 (1963) and Crown CLP-5431/CST-431 (1964).

* R.R. GREER 152 1965

Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks
Rural Rhythm Presents Stars Of The WWVA Jamboree - Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks - Old Time Country Music
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Jim Greer (banjo, vocals); Valeda Wentz (guitar, high tenor vocals); John Wentz (dobro); Bob McPherson (mandolin, lead vocals); Dalton Burroughs (bass)

Sparkling Brown Eyes / Donít Make Me Go To Bed / John Hardy / Mountain Laurel / When The Bees Are In The Hive / Tying The Leaves / Single Girl / Green Valley Waltz / Johnsonís Old Grey Mare / The Tie That Binds / When The Roses Bloom Again / Brownís Ferry Blues / When Itís Time For The Whippoorwill To Sing / Black Jack Davy / Sweet Bunch Of Daisies / Curly Headed Baby / Put Me In Your Pocket / Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar / Jesse James / Down Among The Budded Roses / Uncle Ephís Got The Coon / Ben Dewberryís Final Run
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-152 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRNOT 153 1965

Various Artists - Ernie Cook, Boys From Shilo, Swanny Caldwell, Bill Carter, Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill, Bob Jennings, Autry Inman, Bobby Barnett, Kentucky Boys, DeWayne Wear, Johnny Tyler
Rural Rhythm Presents New And Old Time Country And Folk Songs
White Dove (Ernie Cook) / Joy And Heartbreak (Ernie Cook) / Legend Of Uncle Jim (Boys From Shilo) / Your Gone Forever (Swanny Caldwell) / Seven Years (Bill Carter) / Rambliní Fever (Bill Carter) / Stowaway (Bill Carter) / Half Hour Till Sundown (Bill Carter) / Cookie Time (Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill) / Organ Boogie Rock (Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill) / It Takes A Lot Of Money (Bob Jennings) / Six Rounds Of Love And Hate (Autry Inman) / Working Man (Bobby Barnett) / Cotton Fields (Kentucky Boys) / Worried Banjo (Kentucky Boys) / Missouri Waltz (DeWayne Wear) / County Fair (Johnny Tyler) / Legend Of Billy The Kid (Johnny Tyler) / Harbor Lights (DeWayne Wear) / Guitar Polka (DeWayne Wear)
NOTE: The Bill Carter tracks originally appeared on Honee B HB-EP45-103, which was a subsidiary of Rural Rhythm.
Johnny Tyler's "Country Fair" first released on Starday 45-263 (1956), also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-515 / RR-45-519, and on Crown CLP-5321/CST-321 (1963).
Johnny Tyler's "Legend Of Billy The Kid" first released on Rural Rhythm EP-45-509.
Johnny Skiles & Bob Hill's "Cookie Time" appeared on Rural Rhythm RR-EP-517 in 1959 and "Organ Boogie Rock" on Honee B HB-EP45-105, which was a subsidiary of Rural Rhythm.
The Kentucky Boys' tracks first released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-549.
NOTE: Swanee Caldwell's "You're Gone Forever", Rich 105.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Boys From Shiloh's "The Legend Of Uncle Jim", Sims LP 112 (1963).
Bobby Barnett's "Working Man", Sims 159 (1963).
Bob Jennings' "It Takes A Lot Of Money", Sims 161 (1964).
Autry Inman's "Six Rounds Of Love And Hate", Sims 219 (1964).
Ernie Cook's "White Dove" / "Joy And Heartbreak", Sims 226 (1965).

* R.R.M.P. 154 1965

Fiddliní Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Fiddling On The Mountain
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 2 - Fiddling On The Mountain
Production Clarence Jackson - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
New San Antonio Rose / Tennessee Wiggle Worm / Faded Love / Billy In The Low Ground / Eighth Of January / Smoky Mt. Rag / Skip To My Lou / Bill Bailey / Rag Time Annie / Walk Across Town / Take Me Back To Tulsa / Poor Boy Blues / Alabama Jubilee / Flint Hill Special / Miss Molly / Twinkle Twinkle Little Star / Just Because (#1) / Hot Time In The Old Town / Charming Betsy / Wait Till The Sun Shines Nellie / Me And My Fiddle / Put Your Little Foot Out / Cackling Hen
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 2 was released in 1967 or later.

* R.R.C.G. 155 1965

Various Artists - Hall Wallis, Vandergrift Bros., Tony Douglas, Swaney Caldwell, Boys From Shilo, DeWayne Wear, James Worley, Dub Dickerson, Kenny Roberts, Roy Scott, Doug La Valley, Floyd Tillman, Johnnie Lee Wills
Rural Rhythm Presents Country Greats
Lumber Jack (Hall Wallis) / New River Train (Vandergrift Bros.) / Salty Dog (Vandergrift Bros.) / Old Green Back Dollar (Vandergrift Bros.) / White Lightnin' (Vandergrift Bros.) / I Hope My Guilt Don't Show (Tony Douglas) / Quick As A Wink (Swaney Caldwell) / City Limits (Boys From Shilo) / Peek A Boo Waltz (DeWayne Wear) / Train To Ghost Town (James Worley) / Mama Laid The Law Down (Dub Dickerson) / Slide Them Jugs Down The Mountain (Kenny Roberts) / I Couldn't Believe It Was True (Roy Scott) / Columbus Stockade Blues (Doug La Valley) / It Makes No Difference Now (Floyd Tillman) / Take The Hands Off The Clock (Tony Douglas) / Rag Mop (Johnnie Lee Wills) / Lost John (James Worley) / Reservation Boogie (James Worley) / On Top Of Old Smoky (James Worley)
NOTE: LEASED FROM ESSGEE RECORDS OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH - OWNER: SIDNEY "HARDROCK" GUNTER:
The Vandergrift Brothers' tracks, EssGee Records ESS-962 (1962).
Kenny Roberts' "Slide Them Jugs Down The Mountain", EssGee Records 563 (1963) - acc. by Hardrock Gunter & The Thunderbirds - produced by Lee Sutton. Also on Roberts R.R.K.R. 1610 - see Part 4.
Roy Scott's "I Couldn't Believe It Was True", EssGee Records 663 (1963) - produced by Lee Sutton.
Doug LaValley & Jean Marie's "Columbus Stockade Blues", EssGee Records ESS-862 (1962).
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Dub Dickerson's "Mama Laid The Law Down", Sims LP-102 (1962).
Boys From Shiloh's "The City Limits Of Your Heart", Sims LP 112 (1963).
Hal Willis' "The Lumberjack", Sims 207 (1964) - this one was leased to Sims Records by Hal Willis.
Swanee Caldwell's "Quick As A Wink", Sims 214 (1964).
Floyd Tillman's "It Makes No Difference Now", Sims LP-110 (1964), Hilltop JM/JS-6017 (1965) & Sears SP-113.
Tony Douglas' "I Hope My Guilt Don't Show" / "Take The Hands Off The Clock", Sims 236 (1965).
Johnnie Lee Wills' "Rag Mop", Sims LP-101 (1962).

* RRCB 156 1965

Clarence Jackson, William Smith, Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands with Ralston Miles
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Country Blues Instrumentals
LATER RELEASE: Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 6 - Country Blues Instrumentals
A Clarence Jackson Production
Clarence Jackson (dobro); William Smith (steel guitar); Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands with Ralston Miles (harmonica)

In The Pines (#1) / Sitting On Top Of The World / Trouble In Mind / Wondering / 900 Miles / Bonaparteís Retreat / Abilene / Big Ball In Memphis / I Saw Your Face In The Moon / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / Little Brown Jug / Cotton Fields / New River Train / Milk Cow Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me / Jack Of Diamonds / Brownís Ferry Blues / Keep On The Sunny Side / House Of The Rising Sun / Ragged But Right / Little Coquette / In The Mood / Carolina Hop / Hot Wire Blues / Smitty Rides Again / Frontier Eagle
NOTE: "Do You Ever Think Of Me" also released on Rural Rhythm R.R.J.J 2116.
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 6 was released in 1968 or later.

* R.R.F.T. 157 1966

Fiddliní Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands
ORIGINAL RELEASE: Country Hoe Downs
Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 7 - Country Hoe Downs
Production Clarence Jackson
Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands with Ralston Miles (harmonica); Clarence Jackson (dobro); William Smith (steel guitar)

Carrol County Blues / Yonder Comes The Sheriff / John Henry / Beaumont Rag / Home In San Antonio / Watermelon On The Vine / Play Boy Rag / Ruffus / Southern Breeze / Southland / Just Because (#2) / Barn Yard Hop / Lost John / Corina Corina / More Pretty Girls Than One / I Ainít Gonna Work Tomorrow / John Hardy / Carolina Moon (#1) / Raining On The Mountain / Daisy Mae / Rustic Dance / Bully Of The Town / Liberty / Red River Valley / Pop Goes The Weasle / Train Leaving Town
NOTE: "Beaumont Rag" / "Home In San Antonio" / "Bully Of The Town" also released on Rural Rhythm R.R.J.J 2116.
NOTE: Hoe Down! Vol. 7 was released in 1968 or later.

* RRMW 158 1966

Mac Wiseman
Rural Rhythm Presents Mac Wiseman Sings Old Time Country Favorites
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Mac Wiseman (vocals, guitar); Rudy Thacker (guitar); Peggy Peterson (dobro)

Wreck Of The Old 97 / Big Midnight Special / Mary Of The Wild Moor / The Black Sheep / Little Mohee / Bringing In The Georgia Mail / Grandfatherís Clock / When They Ring Those Golden Bells / I Saw Your Face In The Moon / Turkey In The Straw / Little Blossom / Corina Corina / Thereís More Pretty Girls Than One / Roviní Gambler / Iíll Be All Smiles Tonight / The Waltz You Saved For Me / Sourwood Mountain / Sittiní On Top Of The World / How Many Bisquits Can You Eat / Just Over In The Glory Land
NOTE: Re-released in 1976 on RRMW 258 (album).
"Little Blossom" / "Sittiní On Top Of The World" also released on Rural Rhythm RRMW 258 (single).
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On the same tape reel as the above, the new owner of Rural Rhythm, Sam Passamano, Jr., discovered the un-released instrumental "Wildwood Flower" (which were released in 2006 on the Rural Rhythm CD RHY-312).

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-158 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRRF 159 1967

Raymond Fairchild & The Frosty Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Blue Grass Music
A Clarence Jackson Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Morgan Cantrell (lead guitar, vocals); Hurdis Patterson (fiddle); David Forrester (bass); Morris Haygood (rhythm guitar)

Slew Foot (*) / Dixie / Little Maggie (*) / Lost To A Stranger (*) / Raymondís Repeating Banjo / Casey Jones / I Ainít Gonna Work Tomorrow (*) / Foggy Mountain Top (#1) / Cripple Creek (#2) (*) / Rolling In My Sweet Babyís Arms (*) / Flying Turkey / Raymondís Frosty Mountain Blues / Kicking Mule / Wings Of A Dove (*) / Frosty Mountain On Fire / Ride My Blues Away (*) / Mama Likes Blue Grass Music (*) / You Are My Flower (*) / Worried Mountain / Black Eyed Suzie (*) / Patís Train Special / Rabbit In The Log (*) / May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister?
NOTE: Same tracks as the following RRFM 159.
(*) = Vocal tracks.
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* RRFM 159 1967

Raymond Fairchild & The Frosty Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Mama Likes Bluegrass Music
A Clarence Jackson Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Morgan Cantrell (lead guitar, vocals); Hurdis Patterson (fiddle); David Forrester (bass); Morris Haygood (rhythm guitar)

Slew Foot (*) / Dixie / Little Maggie (*)/ Lost To A Stranger (*) / Raymondís Repeating Banjo / Casey Jones / I Ainít Gonna Work Tomorrow (*) / Foggy Mountain Top (#1) / Cripple Creek (#2) (*) / Rolling In My Sweet Babyís Arms (*) / Flying Turkey / Raymondís Frosty Mountain Blues / Kicking Mule / Wings Of A Dove (*) / Frosty Mountain On Fire / Ride My Blues Away (*) / Mama Likes Blue Grass Music (*) / You Are My Flower (*) / Worried Mountain / Black Eyed Suzie (*) / Patís Train Special / Rabbit In The Log (*) / May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister?
NOTE: Same tracks as the above RRRF 159.
(*) = Vocal tracks.
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 159).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-159 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRRS 160 1967

Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups
Rural Rhythm Presents Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups (1)
A Lee Sutton Production
Red Smiley (guitar, lead vocals); Billy Edwards (banjo, vocals); John Palmer (bass, vocals); Tater Tate (fiddle); Gene Burrows (mandolin)

900 Miles / Big Sandy / Black Eyed Susan / Darliní Corey / Fallen Leaf / In The Pines / Let The Church Roll On / Little Birdie / Little Maggie / Oh! Monah / Roll On Buddy / Shady Grove / Short Life Of Trouble / Silver Bells / Somebody Touched Me / Something Got Hold Of Me / Summertime Is Past And Gone / Take This Hammer / Tupelo County Jail / Working On A Building / Wreck Of Old No. 9
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 160).
NOTE: The current owners of RR re-released this album in their "Heritage Collection" Series with original artwork in 2013, both CD & digital format on RUR-160.
The R/H cover is from the CD.

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-160 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRGreer 161 1967

Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks
Rural Rhythm Presents Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks - Stars Of The W.W.V.A. Jamboree - Old Time Country Music
A Lee Sutton Production (on sleeve) - Producer Jim Greer (on labels) - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Jim Greer (banjo, vocals); Valeda Wentz (guitar, high tenor vocals); John Wentz (dobro); Bob McPherson (mandolin, lead vocals); Dalton Burroughs (bass)

Ainít Nobody Gonna Miss Me / Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes / Patonia / Donít Let Your Deal Go Down / Fair Eyed Ellen / Drowned In The Deep Blue Sea / Over The Hills To The Poorhouse / My Homeís Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Short Life Of Trouble / Paul & Silas / Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee / Old Rebel Soldier / East Virginia Blues / When The Workís All Done This Fall / Red Apple Rag / Lightning Express / Way Down Town / Give Me Your Love / Handsome Molly / Church In The Wildwood
NOTE: Same tracks as the following RRJG 161.
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 161).

* RRJG 161 1967

Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks
Country Favorites
A Lee Sutton Production (on sleeve) - Producer Jim Greer (on labels) - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Jim Greer (banjo, vocals); Valeda Wentz (guitar, high tenor vocals); John Wentz (dobro); Bob McPherson (mandolin, lead vocals); Dalton Burroughs (bass)

Ainít Nobody Gonna Miss Me / Beautiful, Beautiful Brown Eyes / Patonia / Donít Let Your Deal Go Down / Fair Eyed Ellen / Drowned In The Deep Blue Sea / Over The Hills To The Poorhouse / My Homeís Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Short Life Of Trouble / Paul & Silas / Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee / Old Rebel Soldier / East Virginia Blues / When The Workís All Done This Fall / Red Apple Rag / Lightning Express / Way Down Town / Give Me Your Love / Handsome Molly / Church In The Wildwood
NOTE: Same tracks as the above RRGreer 161.

* RRNS 162 1967

Nevada Slim
Rural Rhythm Presents Nevada Slim Singing Songs Of The Wild West (1)
Producer Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arr. by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
Cowboy And The Lion / Staked Plains / Old Black Steer / Jack OíDiamonds / Chapo My Pony / Santa Fe Trail / Billy Venero / Hop Along Johnny / Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie / Oh! Susanna / Bad Brahma Bull / Punching Dough / Ridge Running Roan / I Wish I Was Single Again / Cowboyís Meditation / Puttin' On The Style / Cowboyís Hi-Toned Dance / I Won't Go Riding Anymore / Little Ah Sid / Yellow Rose of Texas
NOTE: Cover from a Rural Rhythm RC 162 (1994) cassette.
NOTE: Tracks in bold released on CD as RUR-1144 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRNS 163 1967

Nevada Slim
Rural Rhythm Presents Nevada Slim Singing Songs Of The Wild West (2)
Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arranged by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
Trail To Mexico / Utah Carlís Last Ride / Get Away Old Maid / Little Joe The Wrangler / Make Me A Cowboy Again / Riding Down The Trail / Climbing Up Those Golden Stairs / Roll On Little Dogie / Up In Idaho / Green Grow The Lilacs / Z-Bar-Dunn / Falling Leaf / Pick You Wild Outlaw Pick / Lane Country Bachelor / Story Of Patonio / Sugar Hill / Riding Old Paint / Behind A Herd Of Longhorns / Trouble At The Chuck Wagon / Home On The Range
NOTE: Tracks in bold released on CD as RUR-1144 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRNS 164 1967

Nevada Slim
Rural Rhythm Presents Nevada Slim Singing Songs Of The Wild West (3)
Producer Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arr. by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
Tying Knots In The Devilís Tail / Curley Joe / I Took It / Cowboyís Ace In The Hole / Hash House Blues / Waters Of The Blue Juniata / Great Granddad / Dreary Black Hills / Gal I Left Behind / Hallelujah, Iím A Bum / Judge Roy Bean / Sam Hall / Border Affair / Yonder Comes The Sheriff / Cowboyís Letter From Home / Turnip Greens / Christine Le Roy / Burglar And The Old Maid / I Had But 50 Cents / Git Along Little Dogies
NOTE: "Hallelujah, Iím A Bum" (poss. harmony vcl. by Riley Shepard) and "I Had But 50 Cents" also released on Rural Rhythm RRRS 1166.
NOTE: Tracks in bold released on CD as RUR-1144 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRNS 165 1967

Nevada Slim
Rural Rhythm Presents Nevada Slim Singing Songs Of The Wild West (4)
Producer Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arr. by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
Gambling Black Jack Davey / Dying Warrior Indian / I Am A Bachelor / Naomi Wise / The Cat Came Back / The Habit / Sage Brush Sal / Rovin' Gambler / Stayed In The Wagon Yard / Sweet Betsy From Pike / Lone Drifting Rider / Answer To The Blue Velvet Band / Judge Duffey / Pick Pocket Mary / Six Foot Of Earth / When I Was Single / My Heart's Tonight In Texas / The Big Corral / Darling Cora / Heldorado Time
NOTE: Tracks in bold released on CD as RUR-1144 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRNS 166 1967

Nevada Slim
Rural Rhythm Presents Nevada Slim Sing Heart Ballads
Producer Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arr. by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
The Old Manís Story / The Blind Child / Chewing Gum / Nobodyís Darling On Earth / A Dollar Down And A Dollar A Week / Pearl Byron / Kitty Clyde / Blue Eyed Ellen / The Crawdad Song / The Old Chislom Trail / Thereís A Mother Always Waiting / The Tie That Binds / Weíll Raise The Roof Tonight / Two Little Orphans / Mary Dear / Salt Creek / The Leaves Musnít Fall / The White Rose / Behind The Parlor Door / Ainít We Crazy

* RRGT 167 1967

Various Artists -
The Happy Goodman Family, Martha Carson, The Frost Brothers, The Luttrells, Jackie & Arlin Vaden, Bill Carter with Roy & Gene Henderson, Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks, Lee Moore, The Frosty Mountain Boys, DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family

Good Time Gospel Music
The Old Gospel Ship (The Happy Goodman Family) / Everybody Needs Somebody (Martha Carson) / Joy, Joy, Joy (Martha Carson) / Iíll Lean On His Arm (The Frost Brothers) / Highway To Heaven (The Luttrells) / Everybody Will Be Singing (The Luttrells) / Brother Lazrus (The Luttrells) / Muddy Sea Of Sin (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / Come Unto Me (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / Beautiful Isle (Jackie & Arlin Vaden) / When God Dips His Love (Bill Carter with Roy & Gene Henderson) / Amazing Grace (Bill Carter with Roy & Gene Henderson) / I Saw The Light (Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks) / I Like To Hear Him Preach It (Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks) / Legend Of The Dogwood Tree (Lee Moore) / I've Got A Friend (Martha Carson) / Prayer Bells In Heaven (The Frosty Mountain Boys) / Voice Of My Savior (The Frosty Mountain Boys) / Golden Slippers (DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family) / The Old Rugged Cross (DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family)
NOTE: The Bill Carter tracks also released on Rural Rhythm RR-EP-516 (1959).
DeWayne Wear & The Wear Family, "Golden Slippers" also released on Rural Rhythm RR 110.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Martha Carson, "Everybody Needs Somebody", Sims 144 (1963) and Sims SLP 109 (1964),
Martha Carson, "Joy, Joy, Joy" / "I've Got A Friend", Sims SLP 109 (1964):
Musicians - Grady Martin (lead guitar); "Pig" Robbins (piano); Buddy Harman (drums); Bob Moore (bass); Harold Bradley (rhythm guitar); Vocal backing by Ray Walker, Tom Pall Glaser, Jim Glaser, Chuck Glaser, Winnie Breast, Pricilla Hubba.
The Happy Goodman Family, "The Old Gospel Ship", Sims LP 117 (1964):
Recorded at Bradleyís in Nashville, Tennessee on April 2nd or 3rd, 1964.
Personnel: Autry Inman (bass); Hargus Robbins (piano); Willie Ackerman (drums); Walter Haynes (guitar); Billy Grammer (guitar).

The Frost Brothers, "Iíll Lean On His Arm", Sims LP 120 (1964):
Recorded at Bradley Studio, Nashville, Tennessee on May 13th or 14th, 1964.
Members: Don Frost (baritone); Alvin Frost (lead vocal); Dave Hooker (piano); Wendell Hale (bass); Jerry Duke (tenor).
Personnel included: David Hooker (piano); Willie Ackerman (drums); Walter Haynes (guitar); Billy Grammer (guitar); Autry Inman (bass).

The Luttrells' tracks also released on Sims LP 116 (1964) and as Jerry Luttrell & The Boone Sisters on Hilltop Gospel GS-7005 (1964):
Recorded at the Fame Studios, Florence, Alabama on April 21st & 22nd, 1964.
Members: Jerry Luttrell (lead singer); The Boone Sisters: Lois (piano & high tenor); Lee (contralto); George Mingledorff (guitar & bass singer).
Personnel included: Norbert Putnam (bass); David Briggs (piano); Jerry Carrigan (drums); Peanut Montgomery (guitar).

NOTE: LEASED FROM VADEN RECORDS:
Jackie & Arlen Vaden, "Muddy Sea Of Sin" / "Come Unto Me", Vaden EP-202, EP-203, EP-206, EP-207 & LP-107.
Jackie & Arlen Vaden, "Beautiful Isle Of Somewhere", Vaden EP-105 & EP-206.
NOTE: LEASED FROM ESSGEE RECORDS OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH - OWNER: SIDNEY "HARDROCK" GUNTER:
Lee More, "Legend Of The Dogwood Tree", Essgee Records 463 (1963) - produced by Lee Sutton, and also released on Cattle LP-44 (DE) (1983).
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 167).

NOTE: Cover is from a Rural Rhythm RHY 167 (1998) CD release with all the 20 tracks from the original album.

* R.R.H.B. 168 1967

Hylo Brown & His Timberliners
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brown
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
A Picture From Lifeís Other Side / Little Bunch Of Roses / Great Historical Bum / Banjo Signal / Bring A Little Water Sylvie / Blue Tail Fly / Weeping Willow / Wednesday Night Waltz / Ground Hog / Lonesome Road Blues / The Picture On The Wall / Left My Gal In The Mountains / Sweet Fern / Banjo On The Mountain / Same Old Tale / Brown Eyes / Walking Cane / Five String Rock / Handsome Molly / The Hoboís Sweetheart
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 168).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-168 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* R.R.M.L. 169 1967

Mike Lattimore
Rural Rhythm Presents The Mike Lattimore Show starring "The Sounds of the Southland" presents The Banjo Dude and his Carolina Five String Banjo (The Five and the 88 - Carolina Five String Banjo - Ragtime Piano)
Sound Production Clarence Jackson - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Grandfatherís Clock / Lady Of Spain / Cripple Creek Rag / Mississippi Sawyer / Fire On The Mountain / Cumberland Gap / Old Joe Clark / Swannee River / Camptown Races / Cindy Lady / Ida Red / Jessie James / Bile Them Cabbage Down / Little Maggie / Maggie / Whoa, Mule Whoa / Black Mountain Rag / Lonesome Road Blues / Ruby, Ruby / 93 Boogie / My Walking Cane / Hey, Mr. Banjo / The Old 97 / Going To Georgia / Liberty

* RRMVB 170 1967

Raymond Fairchild & The Maggie Valley Boys
Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain Banjo Players & The Maggie Valley Boys
A Clarence Jackson Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Wilford Messer (fiddle & mandolin); Buck Duncan (bass fiddle); Willie Hester (guitar)

Black Mountain Rag / Little Joeís Special To Maggie Valley / Little Darling Pal Of Mine (#2) / Foggy Mountain Top (#2) / When You And I Were Young, Maggie / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Shady Grove / Home Sweet Home / John Henry / Reuben / Bull Of The Woods / Camptown Races / I Am A Pilgrim / Sheíll Be Coming Around The Mountain / The Sunnyside Rag / Cricket On The Heart / Cattle In The Corn / Cindy In The Summer Time / Old Mountain Dew / Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Down Yonder / New River Train (#1)
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 170).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-170 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

PART 1: Original ALBUMS RR 110 - RR 170
PART 2: Original ALBUMS RR 171 - RR 230
PART 3: Original ALBUMS RR 231 - RR 270 +
PART 3: 1100-SERIES, 2100-SERIES & UNKNOWN #
PART 4: Original SINGLES & EPs
PART 5: Some of the Artists
PART 6: HERITAGE COLLECTION SERIES +
PART 7: POWER PICKS SERIES (under construction)

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CHRISTOPHER RUMBAUGH
COLUMBIA
DICK GRANT
JAMES Z
KENT HEINEMAN
Mr. MEADOWLARK
PragueFrank
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