Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Debby Britten (Bejay Records)

Debby Britten
34755 - The Way We Were   
34756 - The Darktown Strutters Ball
both Shelton Brooks ASCAP


for additional copies write :
Britten Music
Drawer H
Claude, Texas 79019

Sunday, September 24, 2017

The Unpredictable "Nu-Sett"

An Inn-Timate Evening With The Unpredictable Nu-Sett
Label: Inn-Timate ‎– #IT-1001

Inn-Timate Lounge
13740 East Colfax Avenue
Aurora, CO 80011

Side 1 —  22959

1.     Devil With The Blue Dress - Good Golly Miss Molly
2 .    I'll Never Fall In Love Again
3 .   Comedy Routine, Along Came Jones
4 .   Mack The Knife
5 .   Comedy Routine    
6.   I Wonder If I Care As Much 

Side 2 —  22960

1.    Satin Doll
2.    What Kind Of Fool Am I
3.     Comedy Routine, Act Naturally
4.    Gimme A Little Sign
5.    Comedy Routine: Green Green Grass Of Home
6.    Comedy Routine: Love Me
7.    Hava Nagila

The Nu-Sett was a late sixties combo who performed the full gamut of nightclub music including lounge, pop, rock ‘n roll, jazz mixed with some comedy routines. The group included Chuck Mills from The Mastertones/Monarchs on Band Box. Chuck is yet another artist who grew up in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Buddy Brown grew up in Denver attending Mitchell Elementary School in Denver and then Denver Manual High. He was an Adams State College student. Scotty Roberts came from Illinois, played Denver nightclubs and then joined up with Scotty. Rod Jenkins was a University of Colorado graduate and he played with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra for a short time.

Group Members:

Buddy Brown – multiple instruments (Steppin’ Brothers – Capricios)
Scotty Roberts – bass (Sierras – Capricios)
Chuck Mills – guitar (Mastertones – Monarchs – Milt Watson’s Wildest Clan)
Rod Jenkins – percussion (Contrasts – Sunshineward – Astronauts)

Buddy Brown

Chuck Mills

Rod Jenkins

Scott Roberts


Saturday, September 23, 2017

The Rare Bach Boys

The Rare Bach Boys
KVOO Recording Service

Rarebach and Let 'Em Have It boys

Side one — CP-6819

1. That's A Plenty
2. Yes Sir, That's My Baby
3. Batttle Hymn Of The Republic
4. Darktown Strutters' Ball
5. Bye Bye Blues
6. Bill Bailey
7. Hot Damn Daddy

Side two —CP-6820

1.  Wolverine Blues
2.  Coney Island Baby
3.  Wasbash Blues
4.  Lies
5.  Oh, You Beautfiul Doll
6.  Ida, Sweet As Apple Cidar
7.  Indiana

G. H. Westby - Johnson Hill, Jr. - Carl Broman - Garth Caylor - Jack Freese
Joe Kremer - Ross Cockrell - Phil Dial - Charles March - Benton Ferguson

The "Boys" are all top executives in Tulsa companies playing Dixieland jazz.

Spotted at ebay here

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Naomi Carpenter (Log Cabin LP)

Naomi Carpenter
Naomi Sings

Log Cabin Records
no number


Side 1 — 17247

1. The Hope Of All The World
2. I See A Bridge
3. He'll Lead You Out
4. Sinner, Where Will You Stand
5. Look Out On The Fields
6. There's Peace Of Mind

Side 2 — 17248

1. Naomi
2. We Better Pray
3. This Sinful World
4/ That Lost Sheep
5. What Heaven Will Do For You
6. The Only Answer

Produced by Rusty York, recorded at Jewel Recording Studios, Mt. Healthy, Ohio
All songs written by Naomi with the exception of the words to the song "Naomi" written by Pat Dossenbach.

Born in the southern hills of Ohio, near a small town called Waterloo, Naomi Carpenter began to play an organ and sing at the age of eight.  At the age of 14, she started traveling across different states singing on radio, churches and auditoriums, trying to be a blessing to all she came in contact with.