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PART 3: ALBUMS RR 231 - RR 270 +
1100-SERIES, 2100-SERIES & UNKNOWN #

NOTE THAT SOME TITLES ARE ADJUSTED!


REC. #REL.
* RRJEM 231 1970

J. E. Mainer
The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 12
Uncle Jim O'Neal Productions - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Two Little Girls In Blue / Sally Ann / Go Right Back / Bring It On Down To My House / Job's Coffin / All Quiet Along The Potomac / Little Old Sod Shanty / Old Fasioned Picture / Sister Kate / The Blue Juanita / The Fatal Wedding / County Fair / Traveling Man / Just That Kind / Six King`s Daughters / Where You Gonna Hide / A Baby For Sale / Bitter Creek Breakdown / Keep Knocking / Old Napoleon
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 246 - "Keep Knocking".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "Job's Coffin" / "Where You Gonna Hide".

* RRMM 232 Jun.
1970

Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers
Rural Rhythm Presents Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers - Just Like Old Times
Produced by Tom Knight
Mac Martin (lead vocals, guitar); Mike Carson (fiddle, baritone vocal); Billy Bryant (banjo, lead guitar); Bob Artis (mandolin, tenor vocal); Frank Basista (bass)

Charlotte Breakdown / Sparklin' Brown Eyes / I'll Be A Friend / Stacey Lynn / Have You Come To Say Goodbye / Resurrection Morn / Durham's Reel / I Can't Forget / Corn Bread / This Rambler's Ramblin' / Greenfields / Swinging A Nine Pound Hammer / The Last Request / My Bonnie Banjo / Is She Praying There / How Will The Flowers Bloom / Sugar In The Gourd / Some Must Win / Going Home This Evening / Lee Highway Blues
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 232).

* RRBS 233 1970

Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo (& Vassar Clements)
Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo
Prod. & Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Bobby Smith (vocals, guitar); with The Boys from Shiloh: Bruce Weathers (banjo); Vassar Clement (fiddle); Ken Smith (bass); Charlie Nixon (dobro)

Two Happy Hearts / Burning Ground (instr.) / Lie To Me Baby / Dark Town Strutters Ball / Cindy / Where No One Stands Alone / Living It Up (instr.) / Take Your Blues And Go / Columbus Rag (instr.) / Wise Guy / Secret Date / Trusting You / Pistol Packing Mama / Sinner's Song / Fast Traveling (instr.) / When I First Came To This Country / Snow Deer / Go Right Back / Gals Don't Mean A Thing / Where You Gonna Hide
NOTE: "Fast Traveling" & "Columbus Rag" are on RR 253 as by Vassar Clements.

* RRJEM 234 1970

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 13
Uncle Jim O'Neal Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

Hush Money / Diggin' Taters / You'll Come To Me / Flop Eared Mule / The Right Side / After The Ball / Raggedy Ann / Trusting You / Fatal Derby Day / Bucking Mule / Would You Care / Southern Melody / An Unfriendly World / Lie To Me Baby / Dance Around Little Lou / A Sinner's Song / Keep Inching Along / Nobody / Willie Green / Chicken Reel
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "An Unfriendly World" / "Keep Inching Along".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 249 - "Flop Eared Mule" / "Bucking Mule" / "Chicken Reel".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Diggin' Taters" / "Dance Around Little Lou".
"Hush Money" (vcl. Morris Herbert & Peggy Peters) / "You'll Come To Me" (vcl. Morris Herbert) also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-446.
"Would You Care" (vcl. Morris Herbert & Peggy Peters).


RRDP 235 1970

Dale Potter
Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 9 - A Tribute To Bob Wills
Uncle Jim O'Neal Production
Tribute To Bob Wills / Beaumont Rag / Light Of The Silvery Moon / Fiddle Patch / Corina / Fiddle Stick Boogie / St. Louis Blues / Gallopin’ On The Fiddle / Back Up And Push / La Raspa / Nobody’s Oklahoma Business /Cindy / Anniversary Waltz / Old Carrol County Blues / In The Pines / Uncle Jim’s Bounce / My Filipino Baby / Wednesday Night Waltz / Dill Pickle Rag / Little Girl Go Ask Your Mama

* RRVC 236 Nov.
1970

Vassar Clements
Southern Country Waltzes
Lonesome Night Driver / Katy Did / Texas Waltz / Drifting Back To Dreamland / Mississippi Waltz / La Golondrina / Gulf Coast Waltz / Red Rose Waltz / Fifty Years Ago / Alamo Waltz / Fort Worth Waltz / Maple Leaf Waltz / Before I Met You / Our Last Waltz / Tampa Waltz / Polly Ann / Black Hawk Waltz / Duck Hill / Pride Of The Ball / Rain Drop Waltz / Florida Waltz
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 236).

* RRMM 237 1971

Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers
Rural Rhythm Presents Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers - Backtrackin’
Produced by Tom Knight
Mac Martin (guitar, lead vocal); Billy Bryant (banjo, lead guitar); Mike Carson (fiddle, baritone vocal); Bob Artis (mandolin, tenor vocal); Frank Basista (bass)

Backtrackin’ / After Dark / This World Can’t Stand Long / Fiddler’s Farewell / Come Back Darling / If You See My Savior / Moonlight Waltz / Nobody Cares / I’ll Live On / Fourteen Days In Georgia / When The Cold Rain Is Falling / Wake Up Susan / Will You Miss Me / East Tennessee Blues / Guilty Tears / Last Waltz / Weary Heart / I’m Waiting To Hear You Call Me Darling / Dixie Breakdown / A Silent Place

* RRLW 238 1971

Lilimai Whitaker & The Dixie Gospelaires
Rural Rhythm Presents Jesus Has Called Me
Produced by Rusty York
Recorded at Jewel Recording Studio
Lilimai Whitaker (guitar, vocals); Noah Hollow (banjo); Charlie Whitaker (mandolin); Junior Stennet (rhythm guitar); Curnie Collins (bass)

I Found The Man / Jesus Has Called Me / Looking Thru The Window Of Heaven / Do Lord / How I Long To See The Old Folks / My Life’s Own / Jordan / Teardrops Falling In The Snow / Can I Return / His Light Is Shining Down On Me / Another Hill / Gloryland Way / Pass Me Not / I Like To Hear Them Preach It / God’s Presence / Gloryland March / I’m Going To Make Heaven My Home / Jesus Hold My Hand

* RRBP 239 1970

Bill & Betty Price
Rural Rhythm Presents Bill & Betty Price
Bill Price Production
Remember Me / John Hardy / Arkansas Traveler / Darling Little Joe / Careless Love / Where Could I Go But To The Lord / Fly Across The Ocean Birdie / A Little Rosewood Casket / Nobody's Darlin' On Earth / Dew False Heart / Broken Engagement / Beautiful Brown Eyes / We Can Never Love Again / Hold Fast To The Right / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Little Maggie / Willie Come Back / Why Not Confess / Katy Hill / I Want You
NOTE: Bill & Betty Price - tracks A1, A6, A7, B1, B2, B3, B4 & B10.
Instrumental tracks - A2, A3, B6 & B9.
The tracks “Remember Me” and “I Want You” leased from ‘D’ Records.
"Dew False Heart", "Boil Them Cabbage Down" & "Why Not Confess" by Bill Price & Bill Haney.
"Why Not Confess" also released on Rural Rhythm RR 2109 (1967).
Track A2 - B9 prob. backing by Bill Haney & The Dixie Buddies or The Country Pardners.
Track A4 - A9, B1, B3 - B5 & B7 - B8 released later on Cattle LP 60 (DE) (1984).

* RRJEM 240

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 14
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
I Don’t Mean To Cry When You’re Gone / Peggy’s Special / Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight / Sheeps In The Meadow / Blind Fool Crazy Fool / The Farmer Is The Man / Rattle Snake Daddy / Kitty Wells / Old Joe Clark / I’m Going Home / New Kingdom Coming / Concord Rag / Long Journey Home / Georgia Black Bottom / Cripple Creek / Bully Of The Town / Why Did I Get Married / Johnson Boys / Snake In The Grass / You’re The Same Old You
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight" / "Cripple Creek" / "Johnson Boys".

* RRJEM 241

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer, Vol. 15 - With Morris Herbert
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
Just A Stand By / Eatin’ Goober Peas / Silver Threads Among The Gold / Baby Keeps Stealing / You’re Welcome As The Flower / Bonapartes Retreat / Bird In A Gilded Cage / I Shall Not Be Moved / Wise Guy / Tell It On The Mountain / 8th Of January / What Does The Deep Sea Say / Lost Indian / Home In Sunny Tennessee / Bar Fly / Greenback When I’m Hard Up / Georgia Railroad / Turkish Lady / Old Rattler
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 222 - "Georgia Railroad".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 248 - "Tell It On The Mountain".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 250 - "Lost Indian".

* RRET 242 1971

Earl Taylor & Jim McCall
Rural Rhythm Presents Earl Taylor & Jim McCall, Vol. 2 - & The Stoney Mountain Boys
Rusty York Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Earl Taylor (vocals, mandolin, harmonica); Jim McCall (guitar, vocals); Tim Spraddin (banjo); Charles Haskins (bass); Gene Lawson (drums); Harley Gabbard (dobro)

Kansas City Blues / What’s The Matter With The Mill / Pretty Quadroon / Little Henry Lee / Are You Tired Of Me / Ragtime Annie / Glad When You’re Dead / State Of Arkansas / You’ll Look Like A Monkey / Somebody’s Been Using That Thing / Rattle Snaking Daddy / Low And Lonesome Sea / Washington Lee Swing / I’m Getting Ready To Go / New Hesitation Blues / Fillipino Baby / No Low Down Hanging Around / Someone To Love You / Shanghi Rooster / My Little Girl

* RRET 243 1971

Earl Taylor & Jim McCall
Rural Rhythm Presents Earl Taylor & Jim McCall, Vol. 3 - & The Stoney Mountain Boys
Rusty York Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Earl Taylor (vocals, mandolin, French harp); Jim McCall (guitar, vocals); Tim Spraddin (banjo); Aubrey Holt (bass); Gene Lawson (drums); Harley Gabbard (dobro)

Gonna Change My Business / Monroe Blues / You’ll Come To Me / Hillbilly Preacher / Go Slow And Easy / The Devil’s Slate / Tired Of The Same Thing / Poor Rebel Soldier / Where You Gonna Hide / I Sold My Soul / Wildwood Flower / Ain’t Gonna Do It No More / Cold Inside / It Felt So Good / Ghost Train / County Fair / Go Right Back / High Geared Mama

* RRBR 244 1971

Fiddling Buck Ryan with Don Reno & Red Smiley
Rural Rhythm Presents Fiddling Buck Ryan with Don Reno & Red Smiley
A Dick Unteed Production
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Buck Ryan (fiddle); Don Reno (lead guitar, banjo); Red Smiley (guitar); Bob Finkes (drums); Tom Kiley (steel guitar); Jerry McCoury (bass); Jim Ebert (piano)

Good Bye Liza Jane / Chicks Waltz / Natural Bridge Blues / I Saw Your Face In The Moon / Kansas City Railroad Blues / Kingdom Coming / Stomping With Reno / Whispering / Fiddling Around / Red’s Virginia Waltz / Love Somebody / Lee Highway Blues / Mary’s Melody / Ryan’s Stomp / South Sea Sweetheart / Indian Creek / In The Pines / Ryan’s Polka / Blackberry Blossom / Hog Trough Reel
NOTE: Album also released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 244) in 1997.
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-244 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRRF 245 1971

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Honky Tonkin’ Country Blues Featuring Raymond Fairchild
O. L. Atwood Production - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Southern Sound Studio
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Jimmy Davis (sax); Buster Waycaster (lead guitar); Larry Coffey (bass guitar); Clarence Hollifield (rhythm guitar); Eddie Story (drums); Paul Snodgrass (steel guitar)

Hickory Nut Blues / Honky Tonkin’ Hot Pants / Crossing Dry Bridges / Kansas City Blues / Chain Gang Cocaine Blues / Troubled Blues / Corina / Battle Of New Orleans / Sandy Ride Blues / Walking Cane Blues / Raymond Blues / 900 Mile Blues / Traveling Blues / Birmingham Jail / Nobody’s Business / Brown Eyes / Honey Blues / Hot Cocoa / Match Box Blues / Buffalo Guitar
NOTE: "Hickory Nut Blues" / "Honky Tonkin’ Hot Pants" also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-450.

* RRJEM 246 1972

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer & His Mountaineers with Morris Herbert, Vol. 16
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH

River Bottom Blues / Bundle At The Bun / Legend Of Billy The Kid / Starvin’ To Death / Fifteen Cents Is All I Got / My Little Jole Blonde / Behind Each Man / Match Box Blues / Keep Knocking / Working In A Cotton Mill / Ain’t Gonna Work Tomorrow / Same Old Man At The Mill / Branded Wherever I Go / Filipino Baby / Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar / Don’t Cry Over Me / Mary Of The Wild Moor / New River Train
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 222 - "Same Old Man At The Mill".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227 - "Mary Of The Wild Moor".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 231 - "Keep Knocking".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* RRJEM 247 1972

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Legendary J. E. Mainer & The Mountaineers with Morris Herbert, Vol. 17
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
Nobodys Business / Tax On A Hole In The Ground / Sold Down The River / Shout Lula / If You Should See Your Sister / Kansas City / Tabby Let Your Hair Hang Down / Bring Me A Leaf From The Sea / Can’t Get You Off My Mind / Down At The Cider Mill / Roll On Buddy / I’ll Hate Myself Tomorrow / High Ball Gal Of Mine / Two Happy Hearts / Old Man Below / Rebuilding Bridges / Hoop It Up Liza Jane / Uncle Eph
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 185 - "Tabby Let Your Hair Hang Down" / "Hoop It Up Liza Jane".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 191 - "Shout Lula".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227 - "If You Should See Your Sister" / "Bring Me A Leaf From The Sea".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* RRJEM 248 1972

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Gospel of J. E. Mainer & The Mountaineers with Morris Herbert, Vol. 18
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
Keep On The Sunny Side / Where We’ll Never Grow Old / Heavenly Airplane / These Bones Gonna Rise / Those Lonely Tombs / Give Me That Old Time Religion / Where You Gonna Hide / Job’s Coffin / An Unfriendly World / Wasn’t That A Mighty Storm / Coal Miners Grave / River Jordan / He’s Coming To Us Dead / Keep Inching Along / Gambling On The Sabbath / Tell It On The Mountain / Log Cabin In The Lane / The Gospel Way
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 225 - "The Gospel Way".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227 - "Gambling On The Sabbath".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 230 - "Wasn’t That A Mighty Storm" / "He’s Coming To Us Dead".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 231 - "Where You Gonna Hide" / "Job's Coffin".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 234 - "An Unfriendly World" / "Keep Inching Along".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 241 - "Tell It On The Mountain".

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-248 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRJEM 249 1972

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Fiddle Music of J. E. Mainer & The Mountaineers, Vol. 19
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
Donkey On The Track / Possum Up A Gum Stump / McNickels Break Down / Round Town Gal / Gettin’ There Rabbit / Climbing Up The Mountain / Shoot The Turkey Buzzard / Ride Old Buck To Water / Flop Eared Mule / Old Dan Tucker / Jolly Blacksmith / Mainer’s Blues / Seven And One Half / Cacklin’ Hen / Blue Ridge Breakdown / Polly Put The Kettle On / Bucking Mule / Rabbit In A Log / Chicken Reel / Run Mountain
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 185 - "Gettin’ There Rabbit" / "Shoot The Turkey Buzzard" / "Run Mountain".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 191 - "Donkey On The Track" / "Climbing Up The Mountain" / "Jolly Blacksmith" / "Mainer’s Blues" / "Blue Ridge Breakdown".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 198 - "Ride Old Buck To Water" / "Seven And One Half" / "Polly Put The Kettle On".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 225 - "Old Dan Tucker" / "Rabbit In A Log".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227 - "Cacklin’ Hen".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 234 - "Flop Eared Mule" / "Bucking Mule" / "Chicken Reel".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

* RRJEM 250 1972

J. E. Mainer
Rural Rhythm Presents The Fiddle Music of J. E. Mainer & The Mountaineers, Vol. 20
Recorded at Joy Mills Studios, Akron, OH
Diggin’ Taters / Johnson Boys / Old And In The Way / Fill Me Up A Bottle / Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight / Rim Street Break Down / Jimmy And Johnny / Granny Kickin’ Up Her Heels / Somebody's Waiting For You / Cripple Creek / Dance Around Little Lou / Lost Indian / Johnny Get Your Gun / Then I’ll Come Back To You / Man In The Woodpile / Rock That Cradle Lucy / Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel / Weary Miner Blues / Johnson’s Old Grey Mule / Jim Boy’s Breakdown
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 185 - "Granny Kickin’ Up Her Heels" / "Rock That Cradle Lucy" / "Johnson’s Old Grey Mule" / "Jim Boy’s Breakdown.
NOTE: Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 198 - "Johnny Get Your Gun".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 208 - "Jimmy And Johnny".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 215 - "Man In The Woodpile" / "Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 222 - "Fill Me Up A Bottle".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227 - "Old And In The Way".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 228 - "Rim Street Breakdown".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 229 - "Somebody’s Waiting For You" / "Then I’ll Come Back To You".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 230 - "Weary Miner Blues".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 234 - "Diggin’ Taters" / "Dance Around Little Lou".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 240 - "Johnson Boys" / "Gonna Raise A Ruckus Tonight" / "Cripple Creek".
Also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 241 - "Lost Indian".
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge.

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-250 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRCF 251 1972

Curly Fox
Rural Rhythm Presents Champion Fiddler Curly Fox, Vol. 1
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH

Listen To The Mockin’ Bird / Mississippi Sawyer / Back To Old Smokey Mountains / Alabama Jubilee / Bread And Gravy / Someone More Lonesome / A Pal Like Mother / Fifty Year Waltz / Long Lost John / The Train Race / Keep Them Cold Icy Fingers Off Of Me / Bully Of The Town / Hang Out The Front Door Key / Haste To The Wedding / At The End Of The Lane / Paddy On The Turnpike / Black Mountain Rag / The Funeral
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 251).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-251 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRCF 252 1972

Curly Fox
Rural Rhythm Presents Champion Fiddler Curly Fox, Vol. 2
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH

Long Lost John / Sittin’ On Top Of The World / Robert E. Lee / Maiden’s Prayer / Spanish Two-Step / Johnson’s Old Gray Mule / Bird In A Gilded Cage / Listen To The Mockin’ Bird / Chinese Breakdown / History In A Few Words / K.C. Railroad Blues / Fox Chase / Jack Of Diamonds / Curly’s Breakdown / Floatin’ Down To Cotton Town / Barclay Blues / Mountain Dew / Over The Waves
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RHYC-252) in 1998.
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-252 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RR 253 1972

Various artists - Tater Tate, Dale Potter, Buck Ryan, Vassar Clements
Rural Rhythm Presents Hoe Down! Vol. 10 - Country Fiddlers
Life In The Finland Woods (Tater Tate) / Katy Hill (Tater Tate) / Prosperity Special (Tater Tate) / Irene Waltz (Tater Tate) / Sally Goodin (Tater Tate) / Whistlin' Rufus (Tater Tate) / Back Up And Push (Dale Potter) / La Raspa (Dale Potter) / Gallopin' On The Fiddle (Dale Potter) / Dill Pickle Rag (Dale Potter) / Fiddle Patch (Dale Potter) / Corina (Dale Potter) / Kentucky Runnin' Dance (Buck Ryan) / Wonderin' (Buck Ryan) / Natural Bridge Blues (Buck Ryan) / Kingdom Coming (Buck Ryan) / Lee Highway (Buck Ryan) / Ryan's Schottiche (Buck Ryan) / Black Hawk Waltz (Vassar Clements) / Fast Travelin' (Vassar Clements) / Columbus Rag (Vassar Clements) / Old Clem (Vassar Clements) / Mississippi Waltz (Vassar Clements) / Londonderry Air (Vassar Clements)
NOTE: "Fast Traveling" & "Columbus Rag" are on RRBS 233 as by Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo, and here as Vassar Clements was part of those recordings.
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 253).

NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-253 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RRRF 254 1972

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain Banjo Players
An Uncle Jim O'Neal Production - Directed by Rue Barclay
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

Whoa, Mule, Whoa / Carolina Breakdown / Orange Blossom Special / Turkey In The Straw / Little Darling Pal Of Mine (#1) / McKinley’s White House Blues / Blue Grass Bugle / Lonesome Road Blues / False Hearted Love / Nine Pound Hammer / Old Joe Clark (#1) / McCormick’s Picnic / Red Wing / Cripple Creek (#1) / Girl I Left Behind Me / Under The Double Eagle (#1) / Raymond’s Talking Banjo / Cotton Eyed Joe / Banjo Fling / Cumberland Gap / Raymond’s Banjo Boogie / Crooked Creek / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Pretty Polly / Leaning On Jesus / Sugar Foot Rag / Train Forty-Five / Earl’s Breakdown / Cindy / Red River Valley / John Hardy
NOTE: Album also later released on eight-track cartridge with similar design as the R/H sleeve, and in the 1990s released on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 254).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-254 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RR 255 1972

Bob Ensign & The Stump Jumpers
Rural Rhythm Presents Bob Ensign & The Stump Jumpers - Mountain Guitar Pickin’
Bob Ensign (flat top guitar, fiddle, dobro); Ginny Ensign (rhythm guitar); John Wynn (banjo); Betty Wynn (string bass); John Paganoni (mandolin)
A Picture From Life’s Other Side / Sombrero Dance / More Pretty Girls Than One / Omie Wise’s Tragic Romance / Snow Deer/Darling Nellie Grey / Ragged But Right /This Train / Bonapart’s Retreat / Yonder Comes The Sheriff / False Hearted Love / Snipe Huntin’ / Midnight Trucker / Hot Corn, Cold Corn / Kitty Clyde / Just Because / Cold Rain Falling / Silver Dagger / Johnson’s Mule / Black Bottom Blues
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 255).

* RRRF 256 1972 Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain 5-String 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) / McCormick’s 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 / Raymond’s Banjo Boogie / Crooked Creek / Sugar Foot Rag / Panhandle Country / Lonesome Road Blues / Earl’s Breakdown / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Cotton Eyed Joe / Whitehouse Blues / Cindy (#1) / Fairchild’s White Oak Stomp / Red River Valley / Pretty Polly
NOTE: Re-release of RRFair 146.
* RRRF 256 1972 Raymond Fairchild
22 Great Bluegrass Instrumentals
An Uncle Jim O'Neal Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

I Am A Pilgrim / Cattle In The Corn / Home Sweet Home / The Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Bull Of The Woods / Reuben / Down Yonder / New River Train (#1) / Cindy In The Summertime / Little Joe's Special To Maggie Valley / Old Mountain Dew / Foggy Mountain Top (#2) / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Camptown Races / Black Mountain Rag / When You And I Were Young Maggie / She’ll Be Coming Around The Mountain / The Sunnyside Rag / Shady Grove / John Henry
NOTE: Nearly all tracks from RRMVB 170 and re-released in 1973 & 1976 (below).
* RRRF 256 1973

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain 5-String Banjo Players
An Uncle Jim O'Neal Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

I Am A Pilgrim / Cattle In The Corn / Home Sweet Home / The Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Bull Of The Woods / Reuben / Down Yonder / New River Train (#1) / Cindy In The Summertime / Little Joe's Special To Maggie Valley / Old Mountain Dew / Foggy Mountain Top (#2) / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Camptown Races / Black Mountain Rag / When You And I Were Young Maggie / She'll Be Coming Around The Mountain / The Sunnyside Rag / Shady Grove / John Henry
NOTE: Nearly all tracks from RRMVB 170 and a re-release of the 1972 above.

* RRRF 256 1976

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The Smokey Mountain 5-String Banjo Players
An Uncle Jim O'Neal Production
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

I Am A Pilgrim / Cattle In The Corn / Home Sweet Home / The Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Bull Of The Woods / Reuben / Down Yonder / New River Train (#1) / Cindy In The Summertime / Little Joe's Special To Maggie Valley / Old Mountain Dew / Foggy Mountain Top (#2) / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Camptown Races / Black Mountain Rag / When You And I Were Young Maggie / She'll Be Coming Around The Mountain / The Sunnyside Rag / Shady Grove / John Henry
NOTE: Nearly all tracks from RRMVB 170 and a re-release of the 1972 & 1973 (above).

* RR 256 1973 Raymond Fairchild
World's greatest banjo picker
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Black Mountain Rag / Little Joe's Special To Maggie / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Shady Grove / John Henry / Reuben / Bull Of The Woods / Camptown Races / I Am A Pilgrim / She'll Be Coming Around The Mountain / The Sunnyside Rag / Cattle In The Corn / Cindy In The Summertime / Old Mountain Dew / The Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Down Yonder / New River Train
NOTE: Nearly all tracks from RRMVB 170 and the above.
* RRTR 257 1973

Maynard & McEwen
Keep Off The Grass
Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Richard McEwen (lead vocals, dobro, rhythm guitar); Cowboy Maynard (lead vocals, tenor vocals, rhythm guitar); Byron Berline (fiddle, mandolin); Dennis Coats (banjo, acoustic lead guitar, harmony vocal on B4); Jim Rice (pedal steel); Gary Carlson (bass); Dale Burt (piano); Allen Wald (electric guitar, lead acoustic guitar); Clyde Lucas (drums); Steve Spurgin (drums, harmony vocal on A6); The Girls: Beth Underwood, Melissa & Teresa Smith (back-up vocals)

Colorado Rain / Go Right Back / Moving To Montana / Go Slow And Easy / Clouds Over Portland / Special Of The Day / Long Tall Mama / Maynard Rides Again / I Sold My Soul / Up-Downtown / Classical Annie / Hard Hearted Woman / The Big North Slope / My Little Filipino Baby / Keep On The Sunny Side / Rockin'-Rollin' Blues

* RRMW 258 1973

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 / Grandfather’s Clock / When They Ring Those Golden Bells / I Saw Your Face In The Moon / Turkey In The Straw / Little Blossom / Corina Corina / There's More Pretty Girls Than One / Rovin' Gambler / I'll Be All Smiles Tonight / The Waltz You Saved For Me / Sourwood Mountain / Sittin' On Top Of The World / How Many Bisquits Can You Eat / Just Over In The Glory Land
NOTE: Re-release of RRMW 158.
"Little Blossom" / "Sittin' On Top Of The World" also released on Rural Rhythm RRMW 258 (single).
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 258).
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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).


RR 259
NEED INFO
* RRRF 260 1976

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The 5-String Banjo - 16 All-Time Country Favorites, Vol. 1
Arr. & Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise / Precious Memories / San Antonio Rose / Faded Love / Take Me Back To Tulsa / Garfield March / Ida Red / Little Liza Jane / Beer Barrel Polka / Wednesday Night Waltz / Steel Guitar Rag / Lost John / This Train / Knoxville Girl / Flop Eared Mule / Mississippi Sawyer
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 260).

* RRRF 261 1976

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The 5-String Banjo - 16 All-Time Country Favorites, Vol. 2
Arr. & Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Sugar Foot Rag / Under The Double Eagle / Black Bottom Blues / Stay All Night / Stoney Point / Strawberry Roan / Ragged But I'm Right / Beaumont Rag / Blues Stay Away / Grey Eagle / East Virginia Blues / Fox Chase / Red Wing / Stay Out Of The Kitchen / Maiden's Prayer / Big Ball
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 261).

* RRRF 262 1976

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The 5-String Banjo - 18 Old-Time Favorites
Arr. & Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (dog house bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Woreley (harmonica); Conrad Sarino (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

Just Because / Bonapart's Retreat / Silver Bells / Mocking Bird / Ragtime Annie / Carroll County Blues / Wreck Of The Old 97 / Hell Among The Yearlings / Liberty / St. Louis Blues / John Hardy / Bring It On Down To My House / Raise A Ruckus Tonight / Uncle Eph / Pallet On The Floor / New River Train (#2) / Nobody's Business (#2) / Do Lord
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 262).

* RRRF 263 1976

Raymond Fairchild
Rural Rhythm Presents Raymond Fairchild - King Of The 5-String Banjo -15 Gospel Favorites
Arr. & Produced by Uncle Jim O'Neal
Raymond Fairchild (banjo); Michael Brenning (piano); Wallace Crowe (rhythm guitar); Wayne Crowe (string bass); Lawrence Lane (flat top guitar); Rick Lee (drums); Danny Milhon (dobro); James Worley (harmonica); Conrad Sariono (electric bass); Ray Sponaugle (fiddle)

I'll Fly Away / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / Sunny Side Of Life / Life's Railway To Heaven / Power In The Blood / Golden Bells / Battle Hymn Of The Republic / The Old Gospel Ship / Somebody Touched Me / Golden Slippers / Down By The River Side / When The Saints Go Marching In / Three Little Rosebuds / Year Of Jublo / What A Friend We Have In Jesus
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 263).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-263 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

* RR 264 1976

The Golden State Cowboys
Rural Rhythm Presents The Golden State Cowboys - 27 Cowboy Favorites
Round-Up Time / Buffalo Gals / Goodbye My Lover / Wait For The Wagon / Home On The Range / The Big Corral / The Old Chisholm Trail / Pony Boy / She Wears A Yellow Ribbon / Prairie Dog Reel / Down Where The Watermelons Grow / Heel And Toe Polka / Red River Valley / Jimmy Crack Corn / Nellie Bly / Chuck Wagon Reel / Who Broke The Lock / Cowboy Hoedown / Golden Slippers / Irish Wash Woman / Birmingham Jail / The Old Gray Mare / Seeing Nellie Home / Rambling Fiddler / La Rasphah / Arizona Rag / Old Dan Tucker
NOTE: Most likely 25 of these tracks came from Rural Rhythm RRCS 2111 (1967).
"Jimmy Crack Corn" titled "Blue Tail Fly" on RRCS 2111.
"Seeing Nellie Home" titled "Aunt Dina's Quilting Party" on RRCS 2111.
NOTE: Cover from a Rural Rhythm RC 264 (1995) cassette release.

* RR 265 1976 Various Artists - Mac Wiseman, Red Smiley, Raymond Fairchild, Hylo Brown, Don Reno & Bill Harrell, Curly Fox, Lee Moore, Mac Martin, Vassar Clements, J. E. Mainer, Clarence Jackson, Jim Greer, Earl Taylor & Jim McCall, James Wall, Buck Ryan, Raymond Fairchild & The Frosty Mountain Boys, Jim Eanes, Tater Tate, Ernie & Mack, Bobby Smith
21 Old-Time Favorites
I'm Sitting On Top Of The World (Mac Wiseman) / Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me (Red Smiley & The Blue Grass Cutups) / Whoa Mule (Raymond Fairchild) / Martins And The Coys (Hylo Brown) / Poor Ellen Smith (Don Reno, Bill Harrell & The Tennessee Cut-Ups) / Long Lost John (Curly Fox) / The Cat Came Back (Lee Moore) / This Rambler's Ramblin' (Mac Martin & The Dixie Travelers) / Drifting Back To Dreamland (Vassar Clements) / Old And In The Way (J. E. Mainer) / Roadside Rag (Clarence Jackson) / Old Rebel Soldier (Jim Greer & The Mac-O-Chee Valley Boys) / Long Journey Home (Earl Taylor & Jim McCall) / My Clinch Mountain Home (James Wall) / Goodbye Liza Jane (Buck Ryan) / Mama Likes Bluegrass Music (Raymond Fairchild & The Frosty Mountain Boys) / Molly Darling (Jim Eanes) / Snow Deer (Tater Tate) / Uncle Pen (Ernie & Mack & The Bluegrass Cut-Ups) / County Fair (Bobby Smith & The Boys From Shilo) / Wreck Of The Old '97 (Mac Wiseman)
NOTE: The Mac Wiseman's "I'm Sitting On Top Of The World" also released on Rural Rhythm RRMW 158, RRMW 258 (album) & RRMW 258 (single), and "Wreck Of The Old '97" on RRMW 158 & RRMW 258 (album).
The Red Smiley track also released on Rural Rhythm RRRS 182.
Raymond Fairchild's "Whoa, Mule, Whoa" also released on Rural Rhythm RRFair 146 / RRRF 254 / RRRF 256 (1) / RRRF 270, and "Mama Likes Bluegrass Music" on RRRF 159 / RRFM 159.
The Hylo Brown track also released on Rural Rhythm RRHB 194.
The Don Reno / Bill Harrell track also released on Rural Rhythm RRDR 171.
The Curly Fox track also released on Rural Rhythm RRCF 251.
The Lee Moore track also released on Rural Rhythm RRLM 202.
The Mac Martin track also released on Rural Rhythm RRMM 232.
The Vassar Clements track also released on Rural Rhythm RRVC 236.
The J. E. Mainer track also released on Rural Rhythm RRJEM 227.
The Clarence Jackson track also released on Rural Rhythm RR 131.
The Jim Greer track also released on Rural Rhythm RRGreer 161 / RRJG 161.
The Earl Taylor & Jim McCall track prob. unreleased earlier.
The James Wall track also released on Rural Rhythm RRJW 175.
The Buck Ryan track also released on Rural Rhythm RRBR 244.
The Jim Eanes track also released on Rural Rhythm RRJE 197.
The "Tater" Tate track also released on Rural Rhythm RRRT 193.
The Ernie & Mac track also released on Rural Rhythm RREM 140.
The Bobby Smith track also released on Rural Rhythm RR-45-718 and Rural Rhythm RRBS 223 (album).
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm RC 265 cassette.
* RR 266 1976

Various Artists - Patsy Montana, DeWayne Wear, Roy Scott, Tony Douglas, Jimmy Patton, Hall Willis, Floyd Tillman, Johnny Lee Wills
Yodeling & Western Classics
I Want To Be A Cowboy's Sweetheart (Patsy Montana) / He Taught Me How To Yodel (Patsy Montana) / Adobe Hacienda (Patsy Montana) / Wabash Cannonball (Patsy Montana) / Vaya Con Dios (DeWayne Wear) / Rattle Snakin' Daddy (Roy Scott) / Foggy River (Roy Scott) / Your Love For Me Is Losing Light (Tony Douglas) / Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Jimmy Patton) / Saw Mill (Jimmy Patton) / Preacher And The Girl In The Night (Jimmy Patton; Autry Inman: harm. vcl.) / Ragged But Right (Jimmy Patton) / Klondike Mike (Hall Willis) / Slippin' Around (Floyd Tillman) / Time Changes Everything (Johnny Lee Wills) / Red Bird Waltz (#2) (DeWayne Wear)
NOTE: NOTE: LEASED FROM ESSGEE RECORDS OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH - OWNER: SIDNEY "HARDROCK" GUNTER:
Roy Scott's tracks, Essgee Records 663 (1963) - produced by Lee Sutton.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Patsy Montana's tracks, Sims LP-122 (1964) - NOTE: Waylon Jennings (lead guitar).
Tony Douglas' "Your Love For Me Is Losing Light", Sims 187 (1964) & Sims LP-121 (1964).
Jimmy Patton's "The Preacher And The Girl In The Night", Sims 227 (1965).
Jimmy Patton's "Ragged But Right" / "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down" / "Sawmill", Sims LP-127 (1965).
Hal Willis' "Klondike Mike", Sims 235 (1965).
Floyd Tillman's "Slippin' Around", Sims LP/LPS-110 (1964), Hilltop JM/JS-6017 (1965) & Sears SP-113.
Johnny Lee Wills' "Time Changes Everything", Sims LP/LPS-108 (1963).
NOTE: All tracks also released on Rural Rhythm RRFW 2114 (1967).
NOTE: Cover from a Rural Rhythm RC 266 (1993) cassette.


RR 267
NEED INFO

RR 268
NEED INFO

RR 269
NEED INFO
* RRRF 270 1976 Raymond Fairchild
31 Banjo Favorites
Raymond's Repeating Banjo / Flop Eared Mule / Dixie / Pat's Train Special / Casey Jones / Mississippi Sawyer / Kicking Mule / I Am A Pilgrim / Cattle In The Corn / Home Sweet Home / Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark (#2) / Bull Of The Woods / Ruben / Down Yonder / New River Train / Cindy (#2) / Little Joe's Special To Maggie Valley / Old Mountain Dew / Foggy Mountain Top (#1) / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Camptown Races / Black Mountain Rag / When You And I Were Young, Maggie / She'll Be Coming Around The Mountain / Sunny Side Rag / Shady Grove / John Henry / Flying Turkey / Frosty Mountain On Fire
NOTE: Album also released later on Rural Rhythm cassette (RC 270).
NOTE: Re-released on CD as RUR-270 by the current owners of RR - see "Part 6".

1100-SERIES


REC. #REL.
* RRRS 1166

Riley Shepard
Rural Rhythm Presents Old Time Comedy Favorites featuring Riley Shepard
Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Erie Canal / I'll Always Be A Ladies Man / Stak-O-Lee / The Big Deceiver / The Devil And The Farmers Wife / The Delicate Cowboy / The Coupon Song / Pick A Bale Of Cotton / Roger O'Malley / Cotton Mill / I Don't Want To Be Rich / Hallelujah, I'm A Bum / I Had But 50 Cents / One Man's Love / I'm Not Gonna Kick The Bucket / I Met Her Down In Omaha / That's The Way The Story Goes / Who Me? / I'm Gonna Turn Out The Lights / That's A Habit I've Never Had / Take That Tombstone Off My Grave / Most Peculiar Way / My Little Girl / No Body / There's No Place Like Home
NOTE: "Hallelujah, I'm A Bum" (vcl. by Nevada Slim & poss. harmony vcl. by Riley Shepard) and "I Had But 50 Cents" (vcl. by Nevada Slim) also released on Rural Rhythm RRNS 164.

12 RR 1168
Doward Owens
Rural Rhythm Presents Doward Owens - Old Time Songs
Doward Owens (vocals, rhythm guitar); James Wall (vocals); Jim House (bass); Mutt Poston (fiddle); Tommy Dodd (electric steel guitar)
Rail Road Bill / Hard Times In This Old Mill / Take This Hammer / The Little Shirt / That Mother Made For Me / The Diving Bell / Get Away Old Man / Puttin' On The Style / Budded Roses / Papa Played The Dobro / Steamboat Whistle Blues / Pallet On The Floor / Deep River Blues / Trouble In Mind / The Rambler / Is There Still Room For Me / The Coupon Song / The Cruel War / I'm Troubled / Someone To Love You When Your Old / Take Your Blues And Go / Halleluhah I'm A Bum / Fallen Leaf

1500-SERIES


REC. #REL.
18 RRJD 1594

J. D. Jarvis
Rural Rhythm Presents Soul Of Country Gospel
Polymax Presents Soul Of Country Gospel

Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Wings Of An Angel / Jordan / Green Pastures / Jesus Is His Name / Over The Sunset Hills / You Can Feel It In Your Soul / What A Wonderful Saviour Is He / When I Meet Him On A Cloud / I'll Answer Just For Me / It Won't Be Long / I've Got To Make It / I Saw The Light / No Place Like Home / Echoes From The Burning Bush / Stand By Me / I Got Up With Heaven On My Mind / In Heaven We'll Never Grow Old / Oh How Precious Is The Promise / A Lonely Night In Old Gethsemane / Take Up The Cross / I Feel Like Traveling On / Bring Our Boys From Vietnam / Precious Memories / Take Me Home / I'm Looking Beyond / Jesus Hold My Hand / You Can't See Electricity / Keep On The Sunny Side / Wonderful Peace / Just Over In The Gloryland
NOTE: Album also released on 8T 1594 eight-track cartridge (L/H), and in 1971 released on Polymax RE 1594-8 eight-track cartridge (R/H).
NOTE: "Jordan" also released on Rural Rhythm RRJD 218 (1969).
NOTE: 18 of these tracks are released on ARCO Artists Records 500547, Cincinnati, OH and Down Home 500547 - except the titles in bold.


2100-SERIES


REC. #REL.
* RR 2108 1967

Frankie Moore & The Carolina Hymn Singers
Rural Rhythm Presents Frankie Moore & The Carolina Hymn Singers
Clarence Jackson Arr. & Sound Production.
Frankie Moore (lead vocals); Cleo Miles (guitar, lead vocals); Carl Miles (guitar, baritone vocals); Fred Allen (solo vocals); Grover Herron (bass); Wade Herron (dobro); Mack Floyd (banjo); Mutt Poston (fiddle)

God's Record Book Of Life / Where Will I Shelter My Sheep / Heaven / Who Will Sing For Me / Just A Closer Walk With Me / My Home In The Sky / The Angel Of Death / A Million Years In Glory / I Need The Prayers Of Those I Love / Bubbling In My Soul / Springtime In Heaven / Satan And The Saint / I'm A Stranger Here / Living In The Spirit / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / Is There Room For Me / Over In The Glory Land / Lord, I'm Ready To Go Home / Let The Church Roll On / Satisfied / Medals For Mother / Wicked Path Of Sin / The Lord Is My Shepherd / Give Mother My Crown

1 RR 2109 1967 Bill Haney & The Dixie Buddies
Rural Rhythm Presents Bill Haney & The Dixie Buddies
Bill Haney & Bob Price (vocals, mandolin, guitar); Tom Parker (lead guitar); Wilbur Brazzel (bass); Mack Taylor (guitar)
Under The Double Eagle / A Two Dollar Bill / The Green Light / Faded Love / Brown's Ferry Blues / I Thought I Heard You Call My Name / Six More Miles / The Wreck Of The Old 97 / Why Not Confess / Silver Bells / Cannon Ball / My Darling Nellie Gray / An Old Love Affair / Remember Me / Golden Slippers / Bonaparte’s Retreat / The New River Train / Carry Me Back To Old Virginia / Just Because / Nine Pound Hammer / My Little Home In Tennessee / The Maple On The Hill / I'm Just Here To Get My Baby Out Of Jail / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane
NOTE: "Why Not Confess" Bill Price & Bill Haney released later on Rural Rhythm RRBP 239 (1970).

RRLB 2110 1967 The Golden West Cowboys
25 Songs for Little Buckaroos
Billy Boy / I Have A Kitty / Loop De Loop / Polly Wolly Doodle / Crow Dad Song / Old McDonald / Farmer In The Dell / It Ain't Gonna Rain' / Oh Susanna / Ten Thousand Years Ago / Thank You / Our Moolie Cow / Ragged Annie / I Love My Rooster / Varsuvania + 10 more songs

RRCS 2111 1967 Western Band
25 Favorite Cowboy Songs
Buffalo Gal / Home On The Range / The Big Corral / Old Chisholm Trail / Red River Valley / Pony Boy / Blue Tail Fly / Round Up Time / The Old Grey Mare / Nellie Bly / Golden Slippers / Birmingham Jail / Old Dan Tucker / Good Bye My Lover / She Wears A Yellow Ribbon / Aunt Dina's Quilting Party + 9 more songs
NOTE: Most likely these tracks later was released on Rural Rhythm RR 264.
"Blue Tail Fly" titled "Jimmy Crack Corn" on RR 264.
"Aunt Dina's Quilting Party" titled "Seeing Nellie Home" on RR 264.
15 RRCS 2112 1967 James Wall & Osbrine Cribb
Rural Rhythm Presents Red Hot Mountain Instrumentals
James Wall (hot flat top guitar); Osborne Cribb (auto harp)
Home Sweet Home / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / Old Joe Clark / Brown's Ferry Blues / Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party / Wreck Of The Old '97 / Wildwood Flower / Darling Nelly Gray / I'm Nobody's Darling / East Virginia Blues / When I Was One And Twenty / Deep Elm Blues / Old Spinning Wheel / Weeping Willow Tree / Nobody's Business / Little Darling Pal Of Mine / When The Saints Go Marching In / Maggie / Swanee River Blues / Cindy Gal / This Little Light Of Mine / Going Down The Road Feeling Bad / Worried Man Blues / Tragic Romance
* RRDU 2113 1967

Dick Unteed & The Pine Mountain Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents Dick Unteed And The Pine Mountain Boys
Sound Production by Dick Unteed - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Recorded at Rome Records Studio (owned by Jack Casey), East Broad Street, Columbus, OH
Dick Unteed (guitar, lead vocals); Edd Clay (banjo, tenor vocals); Jack Casey (guitar, tenor vocals); Dick Brickles (bass); Danny Milhone (dobro); Herb Collins (fiddle)

Never Hit Your Grandma With A Shovel / Peggy O'Neal / Zeb Tourneys Gal / Did You See My Daddy Over There / Steamboat Bill / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / Little Box Of Pine On That 729 / When The Sun Goes Down / Will The Angels Play Their Harp For Me / Wreck Of the Titanic / Big Ball In Nashville / That's How I Got My Start / Irish Totem Pole / Outcast / Golden River / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Good Old Country Town / Oh How I Miss You Tonight / Kentucky Home / Wait Till The Sun Shines

* R.R.F.W. 2114 1967

Various Artists - Patsy Montana, DeWayne Wear, Roy Scott, Tony Douglas, Kenny Roberts, Jimmy Patton, Hall Wallis, Floyd Tillman, Johnnie Lee Wills
Favorite Western Songs
Cowboy's Sweetheart (Patsy Montana) / He Taught Me How To Yodel (Patsy Montana) / Adobe Hacienda (Patsy Montana) / Wabash Cannon Ball (Patsy Montana) / Vaya Con Dios (DeWayne Wear) / Rattle Shakin' Daddy (Roy Scott) / Foggy River (Roy Scott) / Your Love For Me Is Losing Light (Tony Douglas) / Red Bird Waltz (#2) (DeWayne Wear) / Glow Worm (DeWayne Wear) / She Taught Me How To Yodel (Kenny Roberts) / That's My Pa (Kenny Roberts) / Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Jimmy Patton) / Sawmill (Jimmy Patton) / The Preacher And The Girl In The Night (Jimmy Patton; Autry Inman: harm. vcl.) / Ragged But Right (Jimmy Patton) / Klondike Mike (Hall Wallis) / Slippin' Around (Floyd Tillman) / Time Changes Everything (Johnnie Lee Wills) / Waiting For The Sunrise (DeWayne Wear)
NOTE: LEASED FROM ESSGEE RECORDS OF ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH - OWNER: SIDNEY "HARDROCK" GUNTER:
Kenny Roberts' tracks, Essgee Records 563 (1963) - acc. by Hardrock Gunter & The Thunderbirds - produced by Lee Sutton.
Roy Scott's "Rattle Shaking Daddy" & "Foggy River", Essgee Records 663 (1963) - produced by Lee Sutton.
NOTE: LEASED FROM SIMS RECORDS:
Patsy Montana's tracks, Sims LP-122 (1964) - NOTE: Waylon Jennings (lead guitar).
Tony Douglas' "Your Love For Me Is Losing Light", Sims 187 (1964) & Sims LP-121 (1964).
Jimmy Patton's "The Preacher And The Girl In The Night", Sims 227 (1965).
Jimmy Patton's "Ragged But Right" / "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down" / "Sawmill", Sims LP-127 (1965).
Hal Willis' "Klondike Mike", Sims 235 (1965).
Floyd Tillman's "Slippin' Around", Sims LP/LPS-110 (1964), Hilltop JM/JS-6017 (1965) & Sears SP-113.
Johnnie Lee Wills' track, "Time Changes Everything" Sims LP-108 (1963).
NOTE: Tracks in bold also released on Rural Rhythm RR 266.

* R.R.J.J 2116 1967

The Carolina Boys
Rural Rhythm Presents The Carolina Boys
Musical Production by Clarence Jackson - Arr. Uncle Jim O'Neal
Junior Parker & James Randolph (vocals) with Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands and Clarence "Houndog Do Bro Guitar" Jackson

Love Please Come Home (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Home In San Antone (Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands) / Are You Missing Me (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Beaumont Rag (Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands) / She's Left Me Again (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Bully Of The Town (Fiddlin' Mutt Poston & The Farm Hands) / Do You Ever Think Of Me (Clarence Jackson) / I Don't Blame You (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Don't This Road Look Rough (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / I Know You Are Married (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Blue Ridge Mountain Blues (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Roll Along Kentucky Moon (Clarence Jackson) / There Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / My Walking Shoes (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / The First Whippoorwhill (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / I Wouldn't Change You If I Could (Clarence Jackson) / God Gave You To Me (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Jesus Answers My Prayer (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / My Main Trial Is Yet To Come (Junior Parker & James Randolph) / Somebody Stole My Darling (Clarence Jackson)
NOTE: Mutt Poston's "Home In San Antone" / "Beaumont Rag" / "Bully Of The Town" also released on Rural Rhythm R.R.F.T. 157.
Clarence Jackson's "Do You Ever Think Of Me" also released on Rural Rhythm RRCB 156.


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REC. #REL.
12 RRRF ?

(2 LP OFFER)
1979

Raymond Fairchild
51 Great Banjo Classics (?)
Whoa Mule / Carolina Breakdown / Orange Blossom Special / Turkey In The Straw / Little Darling Pal / McKinley's White House Blues / Blue Grass Bugle / Lonesome Road Blues / False Hearted Love / Nine Pound Hammer / McCormick's Picnic / Red Wing / Cripple Creek / Girl I Left Behind Me / Under The Double Eagle / Raymond's Talking Banjo / Cotton Eyed Joe / Banjo Flying / Cumberland Gap / Raymond's Banjo Boogie / Crooked Creek / Boil Them Cabbage Down / Pretty Polly / Leaning On Jesus / Sugar Foot Rag / Train Forty-Five / Earl's Break Down / Red River Valley / John Hardy / I Am A Pilgrim / Cattle In The Corn / Home Sweet Home / Great Speckled Bird / Old Joe Clark / Bull Of The Woods / Ruben / Down Yonder / New River Train / Cindy / Maggie Valley Bound / Old Mountain Dew / Foggy Mountain Top / Tom Dooley / Katy Kline / Camptown Races / Black Mountain Rag / When You And I Were Young, Maggie / She’ll Be Coming Around The Mountain / Sunny Side Rag / Shady Grove / John Henry
NOTE: Nearly all tracks from RRRF 254 and RRRF 270.


LABEL HEADINGS

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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