Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Listen To Me Lie



Bruce said...

Couldn't find much on Jim, but here's a bit of info on Lyn-Lou

"A converted grocery known for its cozy sound, Lyn-Lou was founded in Memphis by Bill Black, former bassist for Elvis and leader of the Bill Black Trio.
Lyn-Lou continued to operate after Black died in 1965, hosting Rick Nelson's Memphis Sessions and playing home to songwriters Dan Penn and Spooner Oldham.
Among the famous cuts rolled at Lyn-Lou was Tony Joe White's Polk Salad Annie."

Bruce said...

This release also shows up on Chart records (59-1006) ( . Gene Simmons also does a version wich can be found on Hi Records Early Years vol 2. This version is much better.

Howdy said...

Lyn Lou Published and recorded a number of Arkansas Artists before and after Bill Blacks Death. A bigger asterisk should be by its name.

Mellow said...

Jim Morgan also recorded for Eddie Bond's Stompertime label.

MrTeenSwe said...

Jim Morgan released one other 45 i know of on COUNTRY CIRCLE and i also have two unissued tracks probably recorded for STOMPERTIME.