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Sunday, July 29, 2012

Work Is All I Hear (Repaired)


















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8 comments:

DrunkenHobo said...

You seem to have shared the Terrys Stay away from Brenda on here by mistake? Or is ita test to see if we are all still awake? Its the same track as http://a45blog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/stay-away-from-brenda.html. Any chance of the correct one?

Timmy said...

This is the same song by The Terrys, as on "45 blog". Wooops......

Howdy said...

OOOPS! It's Fixed!

DrunkenHobo said...

Thanks for the repair

DrunkenHobo said...

Great Bopper. I'm struggling to read the label its a bit smaller than your normal ones when enlarged? Is the vocalist E. C. Beatty? Who latter did Rockabilly on Colonial. Thanks (1952)

Timmy said...

Shoot. This was a worth-while-waitin'-fer song!

Bruce said...

Great song! I looked the band up and Grayson was a banjo player. Wile he was the front man the members of the band were the ones who typically did the vocals. Not sure about Beatty, but he must be the same as the one on Colonial, not too many people out there with those initials and last name.

Mellow said...

Grayson appeared in the 1930s with Clif and Bill Carlisle on radio and later founded his own band (ca. late 1930s if I remember correctly). He recorded for Bluebird and RCA-Victor through the 1940s, mostly Bluegrass and Gospel stuff. This early 1950s track was unknown to me - as well as the fact that E.C. Beatty recorded as early as 1952!