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MS 285 - Valley Ranch Music Collection

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Primary Creator: Valley Ranch, The

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

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Repository: McCracken Research Library

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1) The Jubalaires; “That Old Piano Roll Blues”, (Fox Trot), “A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes” (Slow Dance), Capital Records, Hollywood, CA

Condition: dirty, white spots, scratches, broken 1”

2) The Californians; “Varsouvianna”, “Teton Mountain Stomp”, Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA (2 Duplicate Copies)

Condition: copy 1:white spots, scratches, broken ½ way across, copy 2: scratches

3) The Jim Dandies; “The Old Piano Roll Blues”, (Fast Dance Charleston) “Why Do They Say No?”, Abbey Records

Condition: scratches, dirty

4) The Sundowners Band, “Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight”,

“Comin Round the Mountain”, Windsor Records, Temple City, CA

Condition: scratches

5) Dick Jergens and his Orchestra, “Frasquita Serenade”, “I Miss that Feeling”

Stamped 1952, Columbia Records

Condition: chips on edge, scratches

6) The James Boys, “Red River Valley”, “Ocean Wave”, MacGregor Records, Hollywood, CA (2 Duplicate Copies)

Condition: copy 1: scratches, dirty, chips on edge, copy 2: scratches

7) Carson Robinson and the Pleasant Valley Boys, “Square Dance Polka”

“Promenade Indian Style”, MGM Records

Condition: white spots, scratches, chips on edge, dirty

8) The Sundowner Band, “Hometown Jubilee”, “Little Red Caboose”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA

Condition: white spots, scratches, chips on edge, dirty

9) Pale K. Lua and David K. Kaili, “Indiana March, (Waltz) “Minnehaha Medley Waltz, Victor Records, Camden, N.J.

Condition: scratches, dirty

10) Tom Memoli; Organ & Dick Peterson; Vibraharp & Drums,

“All American Promenade; Medley of Tunes”, “Waltz of the Bells” (Ting-a-Ling),

Windsor Records, Pasadena, CA

Conditions: scratches

11) Fred Bergin at the Organ, “The Tucker Waltz”, (½ Waltz ½ fast) “Five Foot Two” Lloyd Shaw Records, Colorado Springs, CO

Condition: scratches, dirty

12) Jack Barbour’s California Clippers, “Spanish Circle”, MacGregor Records, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty, white spots

13) No artist given, “Steel Guitar Rag”, “Makes No Difference Now”,

“Birmingham Jail”, “Crawdad”, “Red River Valley”, “San Antonio Rose”

Rose Records, Los Angeles, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

14) No artist given, “Yellow Roses”, “There’s No Poison in Your Heart”, “Letters Have No Arms”, “Making Believe”, “His Hands”, “That’s What Makes the Jukebox Play” Rose Records, Los Angeles, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

15) The Sundowner Band, “Down Yonder”, “California Here I Come”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA (2 Duplicate Copies)

Condition: copies 1&2: scratches, dirty

16) The Californians, “A Pretty Girl Dressed in Blue” (fox trot), “Missouri Waltz”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

17) Ed Gilmore and the Bunkhouse Four, “Oklahoma Red Bird”, “Sourwood Mountain” Sets in Order, Los Angeles, CA

Condition: scratches

18) Tom Memoli; Organ & Dick Peterson; Vibraharp, “Irish Waltz”, “Medley of Irish Tunes”(Dennis Waltz) (Take Me out to the Ball game) (The Band played on), Windsor Records, Pasadena, CA

Condition: scratches

19) Dave Lambert & Buddy Stewart with Red Rodney’s Be-Boppers, “Charge Account”, “A Cent and A Half” (Jazz), Mercury Records, Chicago, IL

Condition: chips on edge

20) The Woodshed Four, “Texas Gallop” (Texas Star), “Rakes of Mallow”

Sets in Order, Los Angeles, CA (2 Duplicate Copies)

Condition: copy 1: scratches, dirty, copy 2: scratches, dirty, chips on edge

21) Jack Barbour’s California Clippers & Instructions by Ralph Maxhimer,

“Canadian Barn Dance”, MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty, chips on edge

22) The Sundowners Band, “Stony Point”, “Rabbit in a Pea Patch”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty, chip on edge

23) Clay Ramsey and the Old Timers, “El Rancho Grande”, “The Manitou”

Copyright 1950, Old Timer Records, Phoenix, AR

Condition: scratches

24) Gaylord Carter at the Organ, “Boston Two Step”, “Black Hawk Waltz”

MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, chips on edge

25) Stan James and the Valley Boys, “The Merry Widow Waltz”, “Spinning Waltz” MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches

26) No artist Given, “Don’t make Me Cry”, “Cattle Yodel”, “You’re Breaking in Another Heart”, “Satisfied Mind”, “Don’t Want to be Bothered”, “Live Fast; Love Hard; Die Young”, Rose Records, Los Angeles, CA

Condition: scratches

27) Gaylord Carter at the Organ, “Moon Winks”, “Ting-a-Ling”(Waltz)

MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches

28) Schroeder’s Playboys, “Old Fashion Schottische”, “Tennessee Saturday Night”

Western Jubilee Records, Phoenix, AR (2 Duplicate Copies)

Condition: copies 1 & 2 both broken half way across, scratches

29) Bill Mooney and his Cactus Twisters, “My Dreams are Getting Better all the Time” (fast Waltz), “Cruising down the River”, Imperial Records, Los Angeles, CA

Condition: dirty, scratches

30) The Harmonians, “Let Me Call You Sweetheart”, “Meet me to-night in Dreamland”

Harmony Records

Condition: scratches, chips on edge

31) Jack Rivers Boys, “Schottische”, “Heel and Toe Polka”

MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, chipped edge

32) Clay Ramsey and the Old Timers, “Home Sweet Home”, “Rye Waltz”

copyright 1950, Old Time Records, Phoenix, AR

Condition: white spots, chips on edge, dirty

33) Clay Ramsey and the Old Timers, “Golden Slipper”, “Western Schottish”

copyright 1950, Old Time Records, Phoenix, AR

Condition: white spots, broken ½ way across, chips on edge, scratches

34) Grady Hester and his Texsons, “Little Brown Jug”, “Glow Worm”

4 Star Records, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

35) Gaylord Carter at the Organ, “Glow Worm”, “Lili Marlene”

MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

36) Frank Messina and the Mavericks, “Turkey in the Straw”, “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby”, MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratched, dirty

37) The Sundowners Band, “Manana”, “The Same Old Shillelagh”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty

38) The Sundowners Band, “Darktown Strutters’ Ball”, “The Crawdad Song”

Windsor Records, Arcadia, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty, chips on edge

39) Henri Rene and his Muselle Orchestra, “La Raspa”(Chile Polka)/(Mexican Hat Dance), Reina’s Orchestra, “Sicilian Tarantella”, RCA Victor, Camden, N.J.

Condition: scratches, dirty, chips on edge

40) Jack Barbour’s California Clippers, “Alabama Jubilee”, “Red Wing”

MacGregor, Hollywood, CA

Condition: scratches, dirty



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