Jitterbug Jive: Hot Texas Swing 1940-1941

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All Music Guide - Cub Koda
Subtitled "Hot Texas Swing, 1940-1941," this set brings together a nice cross-section of tracks from territory bands that sprang up in the wake of Bob Wills, Milton Brown and the entire Western swing movement. Artists like Bill Mounce, the Bar X Cowboys, Modern Mountaineers, the Dixie Ramblers, and the Sons of Dixie may not be household names by any stretch of the imagination although names like Bob Dunn, Leon Payne, Tiny Moore, Jimmy Wyble, Moon Mullican, and Cliff Bruner show up on these sides, but the music is top-notch, unfettered by commercial restraints, local music with a free and wild spirit. Loads of steel playing, twin fiddles and swinging rhythm sections coupled ...
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All Music Guide - Cub Koda
Subtitled "Hot Texas Swing, 1940-1941," this set brings together a nice cross-section of tracks from territory bands that sprang up in the wake of Bob Wills, Milton Brown and the entire Western swing movement. Artists like Bill Mounce, the Bar X Cowboys, Modern Mountaineers, the Dixie Ramblers, and the Sons of Dixie may not be household names by any stretch of the imagination although names like Bob Dunn, Leon Payne, Tiny Moore, Jimmy Wyble, Moon Mullican, and Cliff Bruner show up on these sides, but the music is top-notch, unfettered by commercial restraints, local music with a free and wild spirit. Loads of steel playing, twin fiddles and swinging rhythm sections coupled with jaunty vocals make these old Bluebird 78s come to life. Decent transfers of the material and extensive liner notes make this a package well worth the extra effort to find.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/18/1997
  • Label: Krazy Kat
  • UPC: 008637601928
  • Catalog Number: 19

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bill Boyd Guitar, Leader, Track Performer
Moon Mullican Piano, Vocals
Jimmy Wyble Electric Guitar
Billy Parker Guitar
Leon Payne Guitar, Vocals
Shelly Lee Alley Fiddle, Vocals
George Caldwell Piano
Charles Mitchell Steel Guitar
Cecil Brower Fiddle
Marvin Montgomery Tenor Banjo
Bill Mounce Bass, Track Performer
Kenneth Pitts Fiddle
Mancel Tierney Piano
Don C. Tyler Guitar
Kenny "Chief" Taylor Guitar
Gerald F. "Jerry" Irby Guitar, Vocals
Anthony F. "Tony" Sepolio Fiddle
Carl Abbott Bass
Earl Caruthers Fiddle
Jimmy Thomason Fiddle, Vocals
The Dixie Ramblers Track Performer
Acie Peveto Steel Guitar
Byron "Barney" Youngblood Bass
Village Boys Track Performer
Jimmy Hart Piano
Modern Mountaineers Track Performer
Johnny Thames Tenor Banjo
Herschel Woodall Bass
Carl T. "Buddy" Woody Accordion
Jim Hewlett Trumpet
Ernest "Deacon" Evans Steel Guitar
Grady Hester Fiddle
Cooper Bennett Bass
George Ogg Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Charlie Crump Remastering
Kevin Coffey Liner Notes
Perryman Composer
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