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PART 2: ALBUMS RR 171 - RR 230

NOTE THAT SOME TITLES ARE ADJUSTED!


REC. #REL.
* RRDR 171 1967

Don Reno & Bill Harrell with The Tennessee Cut-Ups
Rural Rhythm Presents Don Reno & Bill Harrell with The Tennessee Cut-Ups
A Lee Sutton / Mac Wiseman Production
Under The Double Eagle / Iím A Man Of Constant Sorrow / Long Journey Home / Red Rockiní Chair / Hot Corn, Cold Corn / Footprints In The Snow / Gotta Travel On / Little Pal / Nine Pound Hammer / I Donít Love Nobody / Poor Ellen Smith / The Great Speckled Bird / Limehouse Blues / Molly And Tenbrooks / Whitehouse Blues / When The Roses Bloom Again / Nobodyís Business / Dill Pickle Rag / Keep On The Sunny Side / Worried Man Blues
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge, and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 171).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-171 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RR RW 172 1967

Red White & The Dixie Blue Grass Band
Rural Rhythm Presents Real Blue Grass Music - Red White & The Dixie Blue Grass Band (2)
Sound Production Clarence Jackson - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
All The Good Times Past And Gone / Mandolin Blue Grass Special / I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home / Devilís Nightmare / In The Pines / Are You Missing Me / Big Smoky / Iím Thinking Of My Blue Eyes / Columbus Stockade Blues / The Coo Coo Bird / On The Banks Of The Ohio / Salty Dog Rag / I Want To Be Loved / John Henry / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss / Willow Garden / Tragic Romance / Tommyís Hoe Down / Beautiful Brown Eyes / Foggy Mt. Top

* RRWA 173 1967

Mutt Poston & Clarence Jackson
Rural Rhythm Presents Favorite Country Waltzes featuring Fiddling Mutt Poston & Clarence Jackson
Production Clarence Jackson - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Clarence Jackson (dobro); Mutt Poston (fiddle); Jake Keegan (steel guitar); Neal Floyd (rhythm guitar); Jerry Palmer (bass); Clyde Griffin (piano)

Beautiful Dreamer / In The Pines (#2) / Goodnight Irene / On Top Of Old Smoky / Birmingham Jail / Knoxville Girl / Vaya Con Dios / Sweet Bunch Of Daisies (#2) / Iíll Be All Smiles / Georgia Waltz (Clyde Griffin, solo) / Blue Moon Of Kentucky / The Last Letter / Youíre The Only Star / Shenandoah / Kentucky Waltz (#2) / Carolina Moon (#2) / The Last Waltz / The Waltz You Saved For Me / Over The Waves / Down In The Valley
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge, and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 173).


RRTT 174 1967

Oscar Whittington
Tumbleweed Records Presents 20 Old Time Waltzes - featuring Oscar Whittington - California's Favorite Fiddler
Produced by Tumbleweed Turner - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Kelly Waltz / Westphalia Waltz / 50 Year Waltz / Waltz You Saved For Me / Blue Mountain Waltz / Missouri Waltz / Oklahoma Waltz / Let Me Call You Sweetheart / Beautiful Ohio / Sweet Bunch Of Daisies / Over The Waves / Wednesday Nite / Tennessee Waltz / Signed, Sealed, Delivered / Cattle Call / Springtime In The Rockies / Shenendoah Waltz / La Golondrina / Sidewalk Waltz / Waltz Of The Wind

* RR JW 175 1967

James Wall
Rural Rhythm Presents James Wall Sings The Carter Family Favorites
A Clarence Jackson Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
James Wall (vocals, guitar); Red White (guitar); Clarence Jackson (dobro); with the Country Boys

Are You Tired Of Me My Darling / A Faded Coat Of Blue / Iíll Never Marry / Iíll Be All Smiles Tonight / Drowned In The Deep Blue Sea / Little Joe / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / A Stern Old Bachelor / The Storms Are On The Ocean / Somebody Stole My Darling / Give Me Your Love And Iíll Give You Mine / They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree / The Pale Wildwood Flower / Hello Central, Give Me Heaven / Just Another Broken Heart / My Clinch Mountain Home / Short Life Of Trouble / Take Me Back Again / Over The Hill To The Poor House / Engine #9
NOTE: The right hand cover is from an early 1990s cassette release.

* RRHB 176 1967

Hylo Brown
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brown - Sings Folk Songs Of Rural America
A Lee Sutton - Mac Wiseman Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (guitar, lead vocals); Ross Branham (banjo); Dan Milhon (dobro); Jack Casey (lead guitar); John Maultteay (fiddle); Dick Brickles (string bass)

Girl In The Blue Velvet Band / Little John Henry / All The Goode Times Are Past And Gone / Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down / Leaf Of Love / Down In The Willow Garden / I'm Coming Back But I Don't Know When / This Train / Prisoner Of Roane County / Are You Tired Of Me My Darling / The Storms Are On The Ocean / I'll Remember You Love In My Prayer / Preacher And The Bear / Black Jack Davey / Go Along Mule / Put Me In Your Pocket / At The Rainbow's End / Conversation With A Mule / Tie Up Those Broken Chords / Froggie Went A Courtin'
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 176).
NOTE: The current owners of RR will re-release this album in their "Heritage Collection" Series with original artwork in 2014, both CD & digital format.


RR 177 1967 Evangelist Dallas Turner with The Stump Jumpers
Sings Pentecostal Revival Songs
Donít You Want To Serve King Jesus / Praying For The Power To Come Down / A Holy Ghost Revivalís In The Air / Signs, Wonders, And Miracles / Iím Gonna Move With God / Sweet Waves Of Glory / Get The Baptism Of The Holy Ghost / Something Got Hold Of Me / Coming Out Of The Wilderness / Praise In / This Train / Holy Ghost Religion / Diamonds In The Rough / Pentecostal Ship / The Devil Is Mad / When The Worldís On Fire / In My Fatherís House / Iím On My Way To Canaanís Land / Working On A Buildiní / Hand Me Down My Silver Trumpet / Jesus Is Your Answer / Give Me Your Hand / God Gave Noah The Rainbow Sign / The Sun Will Never Go Down
* RRER 178 1967

Edith Roberts
Rural Rhythm Presents Edith Roberts Sings Carter Family Favorite Songs
Clarence Jackson Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Edith Roberts (vocal); Clarence Jackson (dobro); James Wall (lead guitar); Mutt Poston (fiddle); Harold Fogle (bass); Neal Floyd (rhythm guitar); James Worley (auto harp)

Respectfully Yours, Charlie Brooks / I Told Them What Youíre Fighting For / Flowers Blooming In The Wildwood / Heís My Curly Headed Baby / The Dying Soldier / Foggy Mountain Top / Worried Woman Blues / My Native Home / Forsaken Love / Take Me In The Life Boat / No Letter From Home / Take This Hammer / The Minerís Blues / God Gave Noah The Rainbow Sign / Keep On The Sunny Side Of Life / Cannonball Blues (instrumental) / We All Miss You Joe / Diamonds In The Rough / Iím Thinking Tonight Of My Blue Eyes / The Wabash Cannonball (instrumental)

* RRDP 179 1967

Dale Potter feat. Shot Jackson & Jim Murphy
Hoe Down! Vol. 1 - Great Country Instrumentals
Dale Potter (fiddle); Shot Jackson (dobro); Jim Murphy (steel guitar): others u/k
Dragginí The Bow / Bully Of The Town / Let Me Call You Sweetheart / In The Garden / Rubber Dolly / Faded Love / Beaumont Rag / Maidens Prayer / Hawaiian Sunset / Westphalia Waltz / Carrol County Blues / Twinkle Star / Silver Threads Among The Gold / Big Ball In Town / Aloha Oe / Omie Wiseís Tragic Romance / Precious Memories / Spanish Two Step / Donít Let Your Deal Go Down / Gotta Travel On.
NOTE: R/H is a cover from a 1995 cassette release.
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-179 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRBE 180 1967

Bob Ensign & The Stump Jumpers
Pickiní Grinniní And Singiní
Produced & arr. by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Bob Ensign (mandolin, fiddle, guitar, vocals); Ginny Ensign (autoharp, rhythm guitar, vocals); Mike Davis (dobro); Betty Wynn (bass, vocals); John Wynn (banjo)

Each Season Changes You / Old Joe Clark / Broken Marriage Vows / Wreck Of The Old 97 / Love Please Come Home / Spinning Wheel / Donít Be Angry With Me / Home Sweet Home / Tears In My Eyes / Go Home / Over The Waves / New River Train / Iíll Be All Smiles Tonight / Sitting On Top Of The World / Mikeís Mountain Rock / Wait A Little Longer Please Jesus / Soft Voices / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / When You And I Were Young / Sunshine Special / Muddy Water / Flop Eared Mule
NOTE: Album also later released on TRR180 eight-track cartridge (R/H).

* RRNS 181 1967

Nevada Slim
Sings Old Time Country Songs
Producer Uncle Jim O'Neal - Created & Arr. by Nevada Slim & Uncle Jim
Kitty Wells / The Sky Rider / Rambling Boy / Love Me Now / Great Grandma / What Is A Home Without Love / Methodist Pie / The Orphan Girl / Bully Of The Town / No One To Welcome Me Home / Hawk And The Tom Cat / Prisoner At The Bar / The Transatlantic Whale / Gambling On The Sabath Day / The Ship That Never Returned / Uncle Jimís Got A Coon / Heís Coming To Us Dead / Ainít Gonna Do It No More / Three Leafs Of Shamrock / Keep It On The Sunny Side

* RRRS 182 1967

Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups
Rural Rhythm Presents Red Smiley And The Blue Grass Cutups (2)
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Red Smiley (vocals, guitar); Clarence "Tater" Tate (fiddle, vocals); Billy Edwards (banjo); Gene Burris (vocals, guitar, mandolin);John Palmer (bass)

Ainít Nobody Gonna Miss Me When Iím Gone / Itís Raining Here This Morning / The Pale Horse And His Rider / Plant Some Flowers By My Grave / Prisonerís Dream / Take Me In The Lifeboat / Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven / Iíll Be No Stranger There / The Man Of Galilee / A Beautiful Life / Little Darling Pal Of Mine / Banks Of The Ohio / Drifting Too Far From The Shore / Iím Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail / Baby Girl / Katy Hill / Little Glass Of Wine / Prosperity Special / Living The Right Life Now / Thirty Pieces Of Silver
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 182).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-182 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* R.R.H.B. 183 1967

Hylo Brown & His Timberliners
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brownís Legends & Tall Tales
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (guitar, lead vocals); Laura Adkins (banjo); Roy Ross (mandolin); Danny Milhon (dobro); Gerald Evans (fiddle); Charles Ross (string bass)

Mole In The Ground / Escape Of Jennie Wiley / Ainít We Crazy / Pretty Fair Maiden / Clouds Gonna Roll Away / Sweet Betsy From Pike / Little Brown Jug / He Never Came Back / Black Eyed Susie / Hang Out The Front Door Key / The Little Shirt Mother Made For Me / Wagonerís Lad / Crossed-Eyed Nancy Jane / The Old Arm Chair / Home Sweet Home / Crazy Fool / Single Girl / Maggie / Legend Of Robin Red Breast / Hallelujah Iím A Bum
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 183).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-183 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRLCB 184 1967

Log Cabin Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Bluegrass Favorites by The Log Cabin Boys
A Clarence Jackson Production
Jay Haney (bass); Charles King (guitar); Edward "Shorty" Eager (banjo); Bill Phillips (fiddle); Charles Conard (guitar)

Train 45 / Rabbit In The Log / Patty On The Turnpike / Uncle Pen / Pretty Polly / Salty Dog Rag / John Hardy / Cotton Eyed Joe / Beer Barrel Polka / Jesus, Saviour Pilot Me / Knoxville Girl / Log Cabin Breakdown / Careless Love / Johnny Minor / Gotta Travel On / New Deal / Sitting On Top Of The World / Hot Strings / Little Maggie / Girl In The Blue Velvet Band

* RRJE 185 1967

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer and His Mountaineers - Old Time Mountain Music
A Lee Sutton Production
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
The band personnel featured on all the 20 albums recorded for Rural Rhythm are:
J. E. Mainer (fiddle, vocal, jew's harp, harmonica, and some banjo); Bill Deaton (rhythm guitar, vocal); Earl Cheek (string bass); Jerry Cheel (wash board); Peggy Petterson - aka Peggy Peters (dobro on many sessions, vocal); Morris Herbert (lead vocalist, banjo). Dick Unteed assisted with his many friends. Professionally recorded by Joy Mills and many were directed by Mr. Lee Sutton.

Watermelon On The Vine / Hoop It Up Liza Jane / Sweet Sunny South / Shoot The Turkey Buzzard / Oh Those Tombs / Kenny Wagner / Run Mountain / Rock That Cradle Lucy /Donít Go Out Tonight Little Darling / Granny Kickiní Up Her Heels / Johnsonís Old Grey Mule / Ticklish David / Stayed In The Wagon Yard / Gettiní There Rabbit / City On Mount Zion / Donít Cry Honey / Dance Around Holly / Tabby Let Your Hair Hang Down / Me And My Gal / Jim Boyís Breakdown
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 247 - "Hoop It Up Liza Jane" / "Tabby Let Your Hair Hang Down".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Shoot The Turkey Buzzard" / "Run Mountain" / "Gettiní There Rabbit".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Rock That Cradle Lucy" / "Granny Kickiní Up Her Heels" / "Johnsonís Old Grey Mule" / "Jim Boyís Breakdown".

1 RRNS 186 1967 Nevada Slim & The Stump Jumpers
Rural Rhythm Presents Old Time Favorites
Nevada Slim (vocals, rhythm guitar); The Stump Jumpers: Bob Worford (5 string banjo); Joe Davis (bass); Bill Cunningham (fiddle); Ginny Ensign (guitar); Bob Ensign (mandolin, dobro guitar)
Old And In The Way (2:35) / By The Lake Ponchotrain (2:52) / Pat Malone's Funeral (2:50) / Mrs. Murphy's Chowder (:58) / Cat's Got The Measels (1:25) / Changing Business All Around (1:49) / Pretty Little Devilish Mary (1:35) / Somebody Cares About You (2:22) / Deliverance Will Come (2:25) / Little More Cider (1:17) / Capture Of Kenny Wagner (3:07) / Jesus Is Keeping Me Alive (1:40) / Prisoner's Sweetheart (2:15) / Reaping In The Valley (2:10) / Bar Room Message (2:16) / Goodbye Little Bonnie Don't Cry (1:25) / Row Us Over The Tide (1:50) / What's A Young Lady Made Of (1:47) / Only A Tramp (2:15) / Sneaky Pete (1:20)
* RRHB 187 1967

Hylo Brown & His Timberliners
Sings Country Gospel Songs
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (vocal, guitar); Dan Milhon (dobro); Ross Brannam (banjo); Jack Casey (rhythm guitar); Dick Brickles (bass)

Sweeter Than The Flowers / Wait For The Light To Shine / No Hidiní Place Down Here / The Ship That Mother Sailed On / Gently Waves The Weeping Willow / Workiní On A Building / One Step More / Jacobís Ladder / Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley / Will The Angels Play Their Harps For Me / Walking In Jerusalem / Methodist Pie / If I Coul Hear My Mother Pray Again / Where The Soul Never Dies / Heís Coming To Us Dead / Two Little Orphans / Too Many Parties / Our Home Will Be Lonesome Tonight / Paul And Silas / Just A Closer Walk With Thee
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 187).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RCH-187 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRET 188 1967

Earl Taylor & Jim McCall with The Stoney Mountain Boys
Blue Grass Favorites
A Lou Ukelson Production
Earl Taylor (vocals, mandolin, harmonica); Jim McCall (guitar, vocals); Vernon McIntyre, Jr. (banjo); "Boatwhistle" McIntyre (bass); Moon Mullins (fiddle)

Little Maggie / The Sunís Gonna Shine / Pretty Polly / Wondering Boy / Home Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / False Hearted Lover / Foggy Mountain Top / John Hardy / Over The Hill To The Poor House / Lonesome Road Blues / Wreck Of The Old 97 / Old Joe Clark / Down In The Willow Garden / Two Dollar Bill / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / Ainít Nobody Gonna Miss Me When Iím Gone / Cripple Creek / Darling Corey / Roll In My Sweet Babyís Arms / Worried Man Blues
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 188).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-188 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRJDJ 189 1967

J. D. Jarvis
Rural Rhythm Presents J. D. Jarvis - Old Time Country Gospel
A Lou Ukelson Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
J.D. Jarvis (rhythm guitar, vocals); others unknown

Take Your Shoes Off Moses / Tragedy Of Sandy River / Memories Of Dad / Lonely Tombs / I Know The Lordís Gonna Lead Me Out / Trying To Get Home / Mother Sleeps In A Lonely Grave / Uncloudy Day / I Would Not Be Denied / What A Friend We Have In Jesus / Life Of Ransom / Trouble In The Land / He Paid The Debt / He Made Me Whole / Take Up The Cross / Godís Not Dead / Somebody Touched Me / You Must Surely Die / All The Way / Space Ship
NOTE: "Take Your Shoes Off Moses" first released on Jewel 600 (1965).
NOTE: "Take Up The Cross" also released on Rural Rhythm RRJD 1594.
NOTE: "Space Ship" first released on Harp LP 15601/2 (1966).

* RRDU 190 1967

Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys Singing Old Time Comedy Favorites
A Dick Unteed Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Dick Unteed (vocals, guitar); Danny Milhon (dobro); Jack Casey (rhythm guitar); Eddie Clay (banjo); Sonny Collins (fiddle); Ben Cruthers (bass)

Pub With No Beer / Harrigan / Why Did I Get Married / Elevated Railroad / You Blacked My Blue Eyes / Bye, Bye Black Smoke Choo, Choo / Knocking At Your Door / Nobodyís Faults But My Own / Part Of My Heart Is Missing / My Mother Was A Lady / Rack Up The Balls Boy / Who Threw The Overalls In Mrs. Murphyís Chowder / Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Iím Behind The 8 Ball / Rough And Roudy Ways / I Courted The Sunshine / Jaw, Jaw, Jaw, Yap, Yap, Yap / True Blue Bill / Mother The Queen Of My Heart / Iím Telling You

* RRJE 191 1967

J. E. Mainer & His Mountaineers
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer and His Mountaineers - More Old Time Mountain Music
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Jolly Blacksmith / Hop Along Peter / Mainerís Blues / Shout Lula / Wildwood Flower / Down The Old Plank Road / Keep My Skillet Good And Greasy / Forty Years Ago / Glass Number One / Railroad Bill / Blue Ridge Breakdown / Courtiní In The Rain / Old Hen Sitting In A Chimmy Jam / Donkey On The Track / Adam And Eve In The Garden / Get Away Old Man / Jay Goose Is Dead / Climbing Up The Mountain / Goodbye Little Bonnie / Hand Me Down My Peg And Awl
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Jolly Blacksmith" / "Mainerís Blues" / "Shout Lula" / "Blue Ridge Breakdown" / "Donkey On The Track" / "Climbing Up The Mountain".

1 R.R.R.B. 192 1967

Rue Barcley
Rural Rhythm Presents Rue Barcley - The Wanderer with Johnny Davis
A Johnny Davis Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
I'm A Rambling Boy / County Fair / Swim The Golden River / We Are Just Plain Folks / Hard Times In The Mill / Storms Are On The Oceans / Little Devilish Mary / When The Bees Are In The Hive / Mary Brooks / I'll Be All Smiles Tonight / I Am A Pilgrim / Beyond The Sunset / Methodist Pie / Sweeter Than The Flower / My Grand Father's Clock / Down By The Sea Shore / Are You Tired Of Me Darling / Row Us Over The Tide / How Beautiful Heaven Must Be / Old Rugged Cross

* RRRT 193 1967

Fiddling "Tater" Tate with Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cut-Ups
Rural Rhythm Presents Fiddling Favorites Of USA & Canada - Fiddling "Tater" Tate with Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cut-Ups
A Lee Sutton Production
Lee Sutton Special / Little Home In West Virginia / Sugar Tree Stomp / Land Of Jubilo / Lisa Lynn Waltz / Colonial Breakdown / Gateway Two Step / Teetotalers Reel / Lost Indian / Hell Among The Yearlings / Lone Star Rag / London Hornpipe / Wind That Shakes The Barley / Snow Deer / Maple Sugar / Blue Water Hornpipe / Whiskey Before Breakfast / Chippewa Breakfast / Sugar In The Gourd / Sweet Tater Reel
NOTE: Album also later released on TRR193 eight-track cartridge, and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 193) (second row).

* R.R.H.B. 194 1968

Hylo Brown & The Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brown And The Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (guitar, lead vocals); Roy Ross (mandolin); Charlie Ross (string bass); Sid Campbell (dobro); Dale Brotherington (banjo)

The Martin And The Coys / Down The Road Of Life / The Last Mile Of The Way / Nobodyís Darling On Earth / What It Means To Be Lonesome / Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail / Trouble In Mind / Frankie And Johnnie / Intoxicated Rat / Ace In The Hole / An Old Rocking Chair / In The Shade Of The Old Apple Tree / Somebody Is Waiting For You / Diamonds In The Rough / Mary Donít Go / Prisonerís Dream / Just A Rose Will Do / If You Donít Like Your Uncle Sammy / Darliní Nelly Across The Sea / Budded Roses
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 194).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-194 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* R.R.J.D. 195 1968

J. D. Jarvis & Rusty York
Rural Rhythm Presents Blue Grass Gospel Songs
Production by Rusty York - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
J. D. Jarvis, Fred Spencer, Rusty York (vocals, rhythm guitars); Harley Gabbard (dobro); Noah Craas & Jr. McIntire (banjo); Jackie Sanderson (bass)

J. D. Jarvis: Palms Of Victory / Thereís A Light Guiding Me / What Kind Of Man / Railway To Heaven / You Got To Move / Name Of The Lord / Lights At Home / Almost Home / You Canít Make Me Doubt It / Memories Of Mother
Rusty York: Lonesome Valley / Drifting Too Far From The Shore / City On The Hill / Great Speckled Bird / Take Me In The Life Boat / House Of Gold / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Shake Hands With Mother Again / Old Rugged Cross / Drinking From The Fountain
NOTE: "Palms Of Victory" also released on Old Homestead OHCD-4018 (Ca. 1997).

* RR 196 1968

The Ritchey Brothers
Rural Rhythm Presents A Tribute To The Delmore Brothers - The Ritchey Brothers
Melvin & Galen Ritchey (vocals, guitars); Smiley Sutter (harmonica); Peggy Peterson (dobro)
Sand Mountain Blues / Nashville Blues / Blues Stay Away From Me / Blue Ridge Mountain Home / Southern Moon / Mountain Laurel / When Itís Time For The Whipporwill To Sing / Alabama Lullaby / Pretty Flowers / God Put A Rainbow In The Clouds / Down Yonder / Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar / Trailing Arbutus / On The Mississippi Shore / Kentucky / Weary Lonesome Blues / Fallen Leaf Waltz / Code Of The Mountains / Sweet Bunch Of Daisies / Sorry I Caused You To Cry / Heavenly Light Is Shining On Me

* RRJE 197 1968

Jim Eanes
Rural Rhythm Presents Jim Eanes with Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cutups
A Lee Sutton Production
Jim Eanes (lead vocals); with Red Smiley (tenor vocals, guitar) and the Blue Grass Cut-ups; Gene Burrows (guitar, mandolin); Peggy Peterson (dobro); Billy Edwards (banjo); John Palmer (bass); Tater Tate (fiddle)

Sparkling Blue Eyes / Molly Darling / Yum Yum Blues / Everybody Does It In Hawaii / I Ainít Got Nobody / Keep A Light In Your Window / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Do You Ever Think Of Me / Sheís Still That Old Sweetheart Of Mine / Whistling Rufus / Carolina Sunshine Girl / Love Me Now / Time Changes Everything / Loverís Lane / Broken Engagement / My Mother Was A Lady / Thereíll Come A Time / Budded Roses / Sally Goodin
NOTE: Also released on an early 1990s Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 197).
NOTE: The current owners of RR will re-release this album in their "Heritage Collection" Series with original artwork in 2014, both CD & digital format.

* RRJE 198 1968

J. E. Mainer with Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cut-ups
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer. Vol. 3, with Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cut-ups
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Seven And One Half / Devilish Mary / Hannah / Baby Buntin / Ride Old Buck To Water / Casey Jones / Arkansas Traveler / Change In Business All Around / Polly Put The Kettle On / Shady Grove / Old Blind Horse / Papaís Billy Goat / Burglar Man / Donít Tax The Gals / Eleven Cents Cotton / Home Sweet Home / Shorteniní Bread / Johnny Get Your Gun / I Had An Old Grey Mare / Alabama Camp Meeting
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Seven And One Half" / "Ride Old Buck To Water" / "Polly Put The Kettle On".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Johnny Get Your Gun".
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 198).

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RHY-198 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRDU 199 1968

Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Dick Unteed And The Pine Mountain Boys
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Danny Milhone (dobro); Jack Casey (guitar, tenor); Howard Hicks (fiddle); Ross Branham (banjo); Dick Brickles (bass)

Indian Napannee / Let Me Call You Sweetheart / Darktown Poker Club / You Canít Blame Me / Iím Waiting For My Ship To Come In / Coupon Song / Whatever Has Become Of You / Your Own Sweet Darling Wife / Wednesday Night Waltz / Little Nell Special / Putting On The Style / Brown-Eyed Texas Rose / Mean Old 65 Blues / Little Red Caboose Behind The Train / Baby Me, Baby / Till We Meet Again / The Engineers Dream / Never Leave Your Gal Too Long / Beautiful Texas / East Virginia Blues

* R.R.H.B. 200 1968

Hylo Brown & His Timberliners
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brown Sings The Blues
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (guitar, lead vocals); Danny Milhon (dobro); Jim Lewis (lead guitar); Garry Brotherton (banjo); Willie Shepard (bass)

Twenty Four Hours Of Darkness / Poor Boy Blues / Chain Gang Blues / I'm Sitting On Top Of The World / Freight Train Blues / Hey Baby / Sidewalk Blues / Tell Me How Long / Rising Sun / Gary's Lost Banjo / Ring Of White / Voice From The Deep / Evil Hearted Me / Going Back To Coney Isle / California Bound / Ragged But Right / No Low Down Hangin' Around / Leaving Home / Devil On My Shoulder / Short And Sweet
NOTE: Album also later released on TRR200 eight-track cartridge (R/H), and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 200).

* R.R.M.M. 201 1968

Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers
Rural Rhythm Presents Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers - With The Traveliní Blues
Produced by Tom Knight - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Mac Martin (guitar); Billy Bryant (banjo); Mike Carson (fiddle); Frank Basista (bass)

Weary Lonesome Blues / Smokey Mountain Rag / Mississippi Sawyer / Memphis Blues / Farewell Blues / Maple Sugar / Home In Tennessee / Natchez / I Donít Love Nobody / Peacock Rag / Fiddlerís Farewell / Train On The Island / Lost River Blues / Rubenís Pardon / Mustang / Iím Working On A Banjo / Old Uncle Joe / Traveliní Dixie / Black Mountain Blues / Lifeís Railway To Heaven
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-201 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRLM 202 1968

Lee Moore
Rural Rhythm Presents Lee Moore - Everybodyís Favorite
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Lee Moore (vocals, guitar); Danny Milhon (guitar, dobro); Billy Edwards (banjo); Clarence "Tater" Tate (fiddle); John Palmer (bass)

Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Your My Own Sweet Darling Wife / My Motherís Grave / Automobile Of Life / Answer To The Maple On The Hill / Sheís Some Daisy For 19 Years Old / You Are My Love / Heavenly Cannonball / Strand From A Yellow Curl / When My Mother Played The Organ / The Cat Came Back / Streamlined Cannonball / Strawberry Roan / I Believe That Good Old Bible / The Deepening Snow / The Weary Traveler / When Father Hung The Paper On The Wall / Iím Going Home This Evening / Wreck Of The Happy Valley / Single Life Is Good Enough For Me
NOTE: Cover on the R/H side from an early 1990s cassette release.
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RHY-202 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* R.R.B.W. 203 Sep.
1968

Shot Jackson, Donna Darlene, Tater Tate, Pat Starr, John Palmer
Rural Rhythm Presents Beautiful Waltz Melodies
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Shot Jackson (dobro), Donna Darlene (guitar), Tater Tate (fiddle), Pat Starr (piano), John Palmer (bass)

Blue Skirt Waltz / Mexicali Rose / Old Spinning Wheel / Melody Of Love / Now Is The Hour / That Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine / Georgiana Waltz / Let The Rest Of The World Go By / Take Me Out To The Ball Game / Farewell To Thee / My Wild Irish Rose / Carolina Waltz / Rainbow At Midnight / Beautiful Brown Eyes / Roll On / Isle Of Golden Dreams / Silver Threads Among The Gold / When Irish Eyes Are Smiling / Good Old Summertime / Happy Birthday Song
NOTE: Also issued with blue color on cover.
NOTE: Album also later released on TRR203 eight-track cartridge (R/H), and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 203).

* RRHB 204 1968

Hylo Brown & His Timberliners
Rural Rhythm Presents Hylo Brown - Americaís Favorite Balladeer
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Hylo Brown (vocal, rhythm guitar); Billy Edwards (banjo); Danny Milhon (dobro); "Tater" Tate (fiddle); John Palmer (bass)

Do Wild Roses Lose Their Petals / Rolling Down The Mountain / All Because / Iíll Paint Me A Picture / Stack-O-Lee / Trusting You / Little Green Men / He Had A Long Chain On / Waiting For A Ship To Come In / Jailer Man / My Old Mule / Little Indian Maiden / Every Day Dirt / Peg Leg Jack / Betty And Dupree / Katey Moorie / How Come You Do Me Like You Do / You Rascal You / Lonely Tombs / Sam Wilson / Fireball Mail
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NOTE: The new owner of Rural Rhythm, Sam Passamano, Jr., discovered six tracks from the Rural Rhythm master library by Hylo Brown and never before released. They are "Wild Bill Jones" / "The Prisoner Song" / "Lost To A Stranger" / "Sunny Tennessee" / "Foolish Pride" / "Iíll Be All Smiles Tonight" (which were released in 2006 on the Rural Rhythm CD RHY 313).

* R.R.U.F. 205 1968

The Upchurch Family
Rural Rhythm Presents The Upchurch Family - Gospel Songs - Good & Country
Rusty York Productions - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
George Upchurch (tenor); Christine (Upchurch) Godsey (alto); Ernest Godsey (bass); Terry Upchurch (vocal)

Everybody Will Be Happy (1) / Counting My Blessings (2) / I Dreamed About Heaven (3) / All The Way To Heaven (3) / When Jesus Calls (2) / There Are No Short Cuts (2) / The Day My Daddy Prayed (1) / I'm Gonna Walk With Jesus (1) / I Can't Make It By Myself (6) / Just A Closer Walk With Thee (5) / Big Black Book (5) / There's A Leak In This Old Building (5) / My Soul's Been Satisfied (3) / The Trumpet Shall Sound (3) / Song Of Songs (4) / Trials And Temptation (3) / I Remember How Mother Prayed (4) / If Jesus Came To Your House (5) / I Am Resolved (5) / Unwanted Saviour (5)
NOTE: (1) = The Upchurch Brothers. Released on Jewel 401 (EP), 1961.
NOTE: (2) = Terry Upchurch & The Upchurch Brothers. Released on Jewel 401 (EP), 1961.
NOTE: (3) = The Upchurch Family. Released on Starday SEP 157. "The Trumpet Shall Sound" also released on Starday SEP 168, 1961.
NOTE: (4) = The Upchurch Brothers with Terry. Released on Ark 45 EP 205, 1962.
NOTE: (5) = The Upchurch Family with Paul Thompson, guitarist. Released on Jewel 601 (EP), 1965.
NOTE: (6) = The Upchurch Family with Paul Thompson, guitarist. Released on Faith 100 (EP), 1965. The Faith label was owned by The Upchurch Family.

* R.R.J.C. 206 1968

Jack Casey
Rural Rhythm Presents Jack Casey
Production by Dick Unteed - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Jack Casey (Martin guitar, lead vocals); Danny Milhon (dobro); Ross Branham (banjo); Howard Aldridge (mandolin, tenor vocals); Tommy Boyd (baritone vocals); Wayne Mendor (bass)

I Wonder Where You Are Tonight / Long Black Veil / Mountain Dew / I Only Want A Buddy / I Know What It Means To Be Lonesome / Girl In The Blue Velvet Band / Ruby / Renfro Valley / Jessie James / Hearts Highway / Six White Horses / Varsity Drag / Sophronie / In The Pines / Green Back Dollar / Little White Washed Chimney / New River Train / May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister? / Walking Cane / Dream Of The Minerís Child / Danny Boy
NOTE: "Ruby" / "Dream Of The Miner's Child" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-717.

* R.R.R.R. 207 Oct.
1968

Roy Ross & His Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Roy Ross & His Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Roy Ross (lead singer & mandolin); with the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys: Autis Maynard (tenor); Ray Mullin (guitar); Galen Ross (banjo); Gerald Evans (fiddle); Blaine Ross (drums); Charles Ross (bass)

Berry Pickiní Time / Walk Softly Darling / Put Your Arms Around Me / My Pride Does My Talking / Little Brown Hand / Hang Out The Front Door Key / Someday Weíll Meet Again Sweetheart / Devil On My Shoulder / Whoís Sorry Now / Harvest Time / Will You Be Loviní Another Man / Iím Coming Back But Donít Know When / Why Not Confess / When The Roses Bloom For A Bootlegger / All The Good Times Are Past And Gone / No Place To Pillow My Head / The Little Green Valley / Blue Railroad Train / Donít Do It And It Wonít Be On Your Mind / Laughing To Keep From Crying / Blue Ridge Breakdown

* RRJE 208 Oct.
1968

J. E. Mainer
The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 4
A Lee Sutton Production
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Shoo Fly / Darn Little Ford / In The War (All Night Long) / Run Boy Run / Preacher And The Bear / Jimmy And Johnny / Down In Union County / Why Do You Bob Your Hair Girls / Behind The Parlor Door / State Of Arkansas / Girl I Love Donít Pay Me No Mind / Cumberland Gap / Whatíll I Do With The Baby-O / Dixie Bee Line / From Jerusalem To Jericho / I Killed Poor Liza Foster / Living On The Farm / Whoa Mule Whoa / Chewing Gum / Saving Up Coupon
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Jimmy And Johnny".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RHY-208 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRJD 209 1968 J. D. Jarvis & The Rocky Mountain Boys
Jubilee Gospel Songs
Are You Washed In The Blood / Asleep With Jesus / Born Again / Farther On / A Few More Seasons / Hand Of God / Heavenly Light Is Shining / I Donít Need A Rocket Ship / I Know I Walk With God / Leaning On The Everlasting Arms / Living Out In Sin / Lonesome Valley / My Feet On Solid Ground / My Life Down Here / Path Of Sin / Six Hours On The Cross / Started For That Kingdom / This Plane Iím Riding / Touch The Hem Of His Garment / Woman At The Well
NOTE: "Are You Washed In The Blood", "Born Again", "I Don't Need A Rocket Ship" & "This Plane Iím Riding" first released on Log Cabin LP 101 (1966).
NOTE: "Asleep With Jesus", "Farther On" & "Leaning On The Everlasting Arms" first released on Jewel LP 112 (1967).
NOTE: "A Few More Seasons" & "Hand Of God" first released on Ark 276 (1963).
NOTE: "I Know I Walk With God" first released on Jewel LP 111 (1967).
NOTE: "Lonesome Valley" & "My Life Down Here" first released on Jewel 751 (1967).
NOTE: "Path Of Sin" first released on Melody 102 (1964).
NOTE: "Started For That Kingdom" first released on Jewel 752 (1967).
NOTE: "Touch The Hem Of His Garment" first released on Harp LP 15601/2 (1966).
NOTE: "Woman At The Well" first released on Jewel LP 106 (1966).
* R.R.J.D. 210 1968

J. D. Jarvis & The Rocky Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents J. D. Jarvis - Down Home Gospel
Production by Rusty York - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
I Donít Want To Miss Heaven / While The Ages Roll On / Iíve Found The Way / You Gotta Pray (harm. vcl. Rev. John Carter) / Nobodyís Fault But Mine / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Springtime In Heaven / Mansion In The Sky / Lord Will Make A Way / Loss Of A Loved One / Prayer Bells Of Heaven / Iíll Fly Away / My Name Is Written There / Scarlet Purple Robe / Along Lifeís Way / No Depression / I Want To Walk A Little Closer / Way Of The Cross / Get In Line Brother / Mathew 24 / Do Lord
NOTE: "I Donít Want To Miss Heaven" also released on Melody 124 (1971).
NOTE: "While The Ages Roll On", "Lord Will Make A Way", "Prayer Bells Of Heaven", "Iíll Fly Away", "My Name Is Written There", "Scarlet Purple Robe", "Along Lifeís Way", "No Depression" & "I Want To Walk A Little Closer" first released on Jewel LP 111 (1967).
NOTE: "Iíve Found The Way", "You Gotta Pray" & "Do Lord" first released on Jewel LP 112 (1967).
NOTE: "Nobodyís Fault But Mine" first released on Harp LP 15601/2 (1966).
NOTE: "Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies", "Springtime In Heaven", "Way Of The Cross", "Get In Line Brother" & "Mathew 24" first released on Log Cabin LP 101 (1966).

* R.R.R.S. 211 Jan.
1969

Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups
Rural Rhythm Presents Red Smiley And The Blue Grass Cutups (3)
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Dirty Dishes / I Only Want A Buddy / Dear Old Dixie / Let The Rest Of The World Go By / Rock About My Sarah Jane / Old Pal Of Yesterday / When Our Lord Shall Come Again / The Dying Soldier / Garden In The Sky / Little Red School House / I Never See Maggie Alone / Red Wing / Philadelphia Lawyer / Prayer Bells Of Heaven / Take Your Blues And Go / Coney Isle / Just Tell Them That You Saw Me / The Old Gospel Ship / My Farm In Louisiana / Bring It On Down To My House
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 211).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RHY-211 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* R.R.D.U. 212 1969

Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Dick Unteed - More Country Comedy Songs
A Dick Unteed Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Dick Unteed (lead vocals, guitar); Ross Branham (banjo); Danny Milhon (dobro); Red Hartley (bass); Jack Casey (rhythm guitar); Sid Campbel (guitar)

11 More Months And 10 More Days / Alabama Jubilee / I Want My Rib (Lost Rib) / Sweet Talking You / Pray For The Lights To Go Out / Ladyís Man /Silver Dollar / Ace In The Hole / Pat Malone Forgot He Was Dead / Papaís Getting Old / That Crazy War / Take It Back And Trade It For A Boy / Going Down Grade / Same Old Sheleleligal / Why Do You Girl Wear Britches / Cheating On You Baby / It Cainít Be Done /Tight Wad / Devil On My Shoulder / Please Hang My Boy (The Dream)
NOTE: "11 More Months And 10 More Days" / "That Crazy War" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-714.

* RRCT 213 Jun.
1969

Fiddling Clarence ďTaterĒ Tate
Rural Rhythm Presents Fiddling Clarence ďTaterĒ Tate - Country Favorite Waltzes
A Lee Sutton Production
Life In The Finland Woods / Blue Mountain Waltz / Virginia Girl Waltz / Blue Bonnet Waltz / Saturday Night Waltz / Our Last Waltz / Anniversary Waltz / Green Valley Waltz / Memories Waltz / Merry Go Round Waltz / Aldora Waltz / The Sunny Waltz / Marion Waltz / Nova Lee Waltz / Irene Waltz / The Golden Fiddle Waltz / Rainbow Waltz / Ring Waltz / Eleanor Waltz / Three Oíclock In The Morning

* R.R.M.M. 214 1969

Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers
Rural Rhythm Presents Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers - Goiní Down The Country
Produced by Tom Knight - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Mac Martin (guitar, lead vocal); Billy Bryant (banjo, lead guitar); Mike Carson (fiddle, baritone vocal); Bob Artis (mandolin, tenor vocal); Frank Basista (bass)

Goiní Down The Country / Southern Moon / Love In My Heart / Little Star / Would You Care / Blue Railroad Train / Billyís Choice / We Canít Be Darlings / Me And My Fiddle / Katie Kline / Cotton Eyed Joe / Francis Lee / Why Do You Weep / Fireball / Faded Rose / Wheel Hoss / Donít Forget Me / Billie Wilson / Honeysuckle Rose / Gold Watch And Chain
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 214).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RHY-214 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRJE 215 Jun.
1969

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 5
A Lee Sutton Production
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Man In The Woodpile / I Tickled Nancy / Give Me Back My Five Dollars / Quit Kicking My Dog Around / Rise When The Rooster Crows / Alimony / Iím A Child To Fight / My Gal Rides In A Wheel Barrow / Great Big House / Down In Rockingham / Old Molly Hare / My Daughter Wants To Marry / Farm Relief / Sugar Babe / I Got Mine / When A Man Falls In Love / I Donít Reckon It Will Happen Again / Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel / Tell Me How Long / Hard Times On The Farm
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* RRAD 216 1969

Aunt Dinahís Quilting Party
Replays The 1930s
Bill Cunningham (fiddle); Ron LeGrand (banjo); Larry Rice (mandolin); Mike Lewis (dobro); Tom Kuehl (guitar, vocals); Mel Durham (bass)
My Blue Heaven / Candy Man / Somebody Stole My Gal / Whatís The Reason Iím Not Pleasing You / Goodness Gracious Gracie / Greater Nights / I Wonder Whoís Kising Her Now / Youíre Bound To Look Like A Monkey / Up The Lazy River / When You Wore A Tulip / Aunt Dinahís Quilting Party / I Canít Give You Anything But Love / Grandfather Mountain / Ainít Misbehaviní / Five Feet Two Eyes Of Blue / Hesitating Blues / Bring It On Down To My House / Thereíll Be Some Changes Made / I Wish I Could Change You / How Come

* RRDU 217 1969

Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Dick Unteed - Irish & Country Comedy
Production by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH

No Irish Need Apply / Bring It On Down To My House / I Had But Fifty Cents / Clancy Lowered The Boom / Dear Old Donegal / Tread On The Tail Of My Coat / That Old Irish Mother Of Mine / Irish Maiden / High Geared Daddy / Donít You Believe It / Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Beach Of Bali Bali / Moonshine In North Carolina / Fast Women Slow Horses And Wine / Squid Jigginí Ground / Everybody Works But Father / Old Shanty Town / Show Me The Way To Go Home / Century Plant

NOTE THAT ALBUMS FROM NOW ON CAME IN STEREO, ONLY


REC. #REL.
* RRJD 218 1969

J. D. Jarvis
Rural Rhythm Presents J. D. Jarvis - More Country Gospel
Rusty York Productions - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
J. D. Jarvis (vocal, rhythm guitar); Jerry Waller (banjo); Frank Wakefield (mandolin); Jack Sanderson (bass); Harley Gabbard (dobro)

Praise God Iím Ready To Go / Motherís Footsteps / Amen / Wait A Little Longer, Please Jesus / Godís Not Dead, Heís Still Alive / Wash Your Brotherís Feet / It Takes A Lot Of Jesus / Go Feed My Sheep / Walk Around Me Jesus / Iím So Glad / Go Home / In Memory Of Leroy Allen Lykins / Lifeís Weary Road / Too Far Upon My Journey / I Wonít Have To Cross Jordan Alone / I Cannot Find My Way Alone / Iíll Meet You In Church Sunday Morning / Home By The River / Where Will I Shelter My Sheep / Is He Satisfied
NOTE: "Praise God Iím Ready To Go", "Motherís Footsteps", "Amen", "Wait A Little Longer, Please Jesus", "Godís Not Dead, Heís Still Alive" , "Wash Your Brotherís Feet", "It Takes A Lot Of Jesus", "Go Feed My Sheep", "Go Home", "In Memory Of Leroy Allen Lykins", "Lifeís Weary Road", "I Wonít Have To Cross Jordan Alone", "I Cannot Find My Way Alone", "Iíll Meet You In Church Sunday Morning" & "Home By The River" also released on Jewel LPS 138 (1971).
NOTE: "I Wonít Have To Cross Jordan Alone" also released on Rural Rhythm RRJD 1594.

1 RRUF 219 1969

The Upchurch Family
Rural Rhythm Presents The Upchurch Family - Family Gospel Songs
Rusty York Productions - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Sweeter As The Days Go By (*) / Until Youíre Known / Iím On My Way To Canaanís Land / Higher Ground / Trouble In The Amen Corner / Lonesome Valley / Just A Little While / I Wouldnít Take Nothing For My Journey / How Great Thou Art / One More Valley / Until Then / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / You Canít Hide Your Sins From God / Happy Tracks / Fatherís Table Grace / I Saw The Light / I Need No Mansions Here Below / Old Country Church / Surely I Will / Heaven
NOTE: (*) = The Upchurch Family with Paul Thompson, guitarist. Released on Faith 100 (EP), 1965. The Faith label was owned by The Upchurch Family.

* R.R.C.T. 220 Aug.
1969

Clarence ďTaterĒ Tate
Rural Rhythm Presents Fiddling Clarence ďTaterĒ Tate - More Favorite Waltzes
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Clarence Tate (fiddle); Shot Jackson (steel guitar); Peggy Peterson (dobro); Carroll Durham (piano); Herschel Sizemore (mandolin); John Palmer (bass); Bill Edwards (rhythm guitar)

Hummingbird Waltz / Those Endearing Young Charms / Forever And Ever (*) / Twilight Waltz / Colonial Boy Waltz / When I Grow Too Old To Dream (*) / Shannon Waltz / Coo Coo Waltz / Carolina Waltz (*) / Rose Glenn Waltz / This Harp That Wants Throí Tarraís Halls / Paris Waltz / Memories (*) / Blue Canadian Rockies / Peggy Waltz / Old Peek-A-Boo Waltz (*) / Margie Waltz / Mary Kay Waltz / Springtime In The Rockies (*) / You Canít Be True Dear (*)
NOTE: (*) = Vocal tracks.

* R.R.J.E. 221 1969

Jim Eanes
Rural Rhythm Presents Jim Eanes
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Jim Eanes (vocals); Carroll Durham (piano); Hershel Sizemore (mandolin); John Palmer (fiddle); Clarence "Tater" Tate (fiddle); Billy Edwards (guitar)

Back In Your Own Backyard / Iíll Keep On Loving You / Someday / I Canít Give You Anything But Love / Have You Ever Been Lonely / Whatís The Matter With The Mill / I Wonder Whoís Kissing Her Now / Lonely Prison Blues / Right Or Wrong / What Is Life Lived Alone / Little Brown Hand / Just A Standby / Handsome Man / I Sure Need A Friend / Iím Confessiní That I Love You / M-O-T-H-E-R / Red Wagon / Tie Me To Your Apron Strings / Honey Iím In Love With You / Mean Old 65 Blues
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 221).

* RRJE 222 Aug.
1969

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents J. E. Mainer, Vol. 6 - Fiddling With His Girl Susan
A Lee Sutton Production
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Fill Me Up A Bottle / All The Way Around My Susan Gal / Cotton Mill Colic / Death Of Floyd Collins / Same Old Man At The Mill / My Babyís Got Money All The Time / Going To Georgia / Sinking Of The Titanic / Keep Peace With Uncle Sam / Monkey On A Dog Cart / Do Around My Lindy / Goodbye Booze / Baptized Sister Lucy Lee / Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight / Riley The Furniture Man / Where Were You When The Train Left / Georgia Railroad / Knocking On The Henhouse Door / Birmingham Will Win The Prize / Going West In The Fall
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 241 - "Georgia Railroad".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 246 - "Same Old Man At The Mill".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Fill Me Up A Bottle".

* RRBS 223 Nov.
1969

Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo
Rural Rhythm Presents Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo
Joye Mills Productions
Bobby Smith (vocals, guitar); with The Boys from Shiloh: Thomas McKinney (banjo); Vassar Clement (fiddle); Ken Smith (bass); Charlie Nixon (dobro)

Broadway At Dawn / County Fair / Silver Bells / My Window Faces South / Johhnyís Song / Ragged But Right / Whoa Mule / Match Box Blue / Old Clem / All The Way / Hunters Of Kentucky / Red Wing / Just Plain Folks / Jumpiní The Frets / Ghost Train / It May Take A Long Long Time / Devlish Mary / It Wonít Be Long As Itís Been / Night In Mexico / Victory
NOTE: ďBroadway At DawnĒ & ďCounty FairĒ also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-718 and ďCounty FairĒ in addition on Rural Rhythm RR 265 (album).

* RRJD 224 1969

J. D. Jarvis
Rural Rhythm Presents J. D. Jarvis - More Bluegrass Gospel Songs
A Rusty York Production
J. D. Jarvis (vocals, guitar) with wife Rosie Jarvis and son Lucky Jarvis

My Lord Will Send A Moses / When I Get Home / Jesus Is Keeping A Watch Over My Soul / Come One Little Children / Hold Fast To The Right / Heaven Came Down On Me / I Recommend The Lord / Traffic Light / God Loves His Children / Get On Board / I Want To Go With Jesus / Iíll Tell The World / Across The Bridge / If I Can Just Make It In / Iíll Not Be Coming Back (Anymore) / The Rose Among The Thorns / Wondering Boy / Sleep Mother Sleep / Iím Almost Home / Come And Dine
NOTE: "My Lord Will Send A Moses", "I Recommend The Lord", "Traffic Light" & "Rose Among The Thorns" also released on Old Homestead OHCD-4018 (Ca. 1997).

* R.R.J.E.M. 225 Oct.
1969

J. E. Mainer
The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 7 - Whittliní Fiddliní And...
A Lee Sutton Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Cookin' In The Kitchen / Stern Old Bachelor / Last Night When Willie Came Home / Carve That Possum Children / Ain't No Bugs On Me / Baldheaded End Of The Broom (1) / Rabbit In A Log / Everybody Works But Father / Tell ĎEm Lies And Feed 'Em Candy / Walking In My Sleep / Loving Henry Lee (1) / Pat And The Cross-Eyed Butcher / I've Still Got 99 (1) / Good Old Bowling Green / Katie Dear (2) / Old Dan Tucker / Eating Up The Gravy / George Collins (1) / Who Broke The Lock On The Henhouse / Did You Ever See The Devil, Uncle Joe? / The Gospel Way (2)
NOTE: (1) = Vcl. Morris Herbert; (2) = Vcl. Morris Herbert & Bill Deaton
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "The Gospel Way".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Rabbit In A Log" / "Old Dan Tucker".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* R.R.H.B. 226 Feb.
1970

The House Brothers & The Canaan Valley Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents The House Brothers & The Canaan Valley Boys
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Jerry House (banjo); Billy House (guitar); George Delaney (mandolin); Charlie Stewart (lead guitar); Johnny Thorne (fiddle); Gary Hudson (bass)

On And On / Iím On My Way To Canaan Land / When The Saviour Reached Down For Me / Leaning On The Everlasting Arms / A Home Up In Heaven / Let The Church Roll On / The Heart That Was Broken For Me / When Paul And Silas Were In Jail / I Need The Prayer Of Those I Love / Iím Using My Bible For A Roadmap / Jesus Hold My Hand / Dying Preacherís Bible / A Few More Seasons / Springtime In Heaven / Somebody Touched Me / Old Country Church / Angel Band / Camping In Canaan Land / If I Could Hear My Mother Pray Again / Precious Memories

* R.R.J.E.M. 227 Apr.
1970

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 8
Uncle Jim O'Neal Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Fallen Leaf / Cacklin' Hen / Mary Of The Wild Moor / Let's Go Down Town / Picking Up Corn / Young Roger The Miller / You're Bound To Look Like A Monky / If You Should See Your Sister / Old Pine Tree / Wild Cat Woman / Bring Me A Leaf From The Sea / Gambling On The Sabbath / Alabama Gal / Short Life Of Trouble / Swaneeno Tunnel / Big Ball In Town / Big Eyed Rabbit / Old And In The Way / Over The Waves / Shadow Of The Pines
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 246 - "Mary Of The Wild Moor".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 247 - "If You Should See Your Sister".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "Gambling On The Sabbath".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Cackliní Hen" / "Bring Me A Leaf From The Sea".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Old And In The Way".

* R.R.J.E.M. 228 Jun.

1970

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 9
Uncle Jim O'Neal Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Rim Street Breakdown / Silver Haired Daddy / Hang It In The Henhouse / Six Months Ain't Long / Night Time In Nevada / The Old Wooden Rocker / When The Roses Bloom Again / Tired Of The Same Thing / My Wife's In Europe / I Found You Out / Bread And Gravy / Coal Miner's Grave / Sally Goodin / Down In Arkansas / Hold Onto The Sleigh / Ghost Train / Good Old Summer Time / Bachelor Blues / Storms In The Ocean / Lavender Cowboy
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Rim Street Breakdown".

* RRJEM 229 1970

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 10 - The Good Old Rebel
Uncle Jim O'Neal Production
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

The Rising Sun Blues / I'm A Good Old Rebel / Somebody's Waiting For You / Pallet On The Floor / Farmer Who Wouldn't Hoe Corn / Highway Man / Don't Whip Your Wife On Sunday / Then I'll Come Back To You / Black Jack David / Hold Onto The Plow / Cherry Tree Caroll / Al Smith For President / Dry And Dusty / Trade It For A Boy / Way Down In Georgia / I Never Will Marry / Knoxville Girl / Old Man Came A'Courting / Farmer And The Devil / Down Yonder
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Somebodyís Waiting For You" / "Then Iíll Come Back To You".

* RRJEM 230 1970

J. E. Mainer
The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 11
Lee Sutton Productions - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Wasn't That A Mighty Storm / Fishing Bait / Coney Isle / Play Mates / Dig A Hole / The Swapping Song / Take Your Blues And Go / Put Your Arms Around Me / Where The Red Roses Grow / Fix Your Wagon / J.E.'s Hoedown / Down By The Railroad Track / Golden Willow Tree / Punching Dough / Weary Miner Blues / Pride Of The Prarie / Fox Chase / He's Coming To Us Dead / Back To The Mountains / Wrong Key Hole
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "Wasnít That A Mighty Storm" / "Heís Coming To Us Dead".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Weary Miner Blues".

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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