Lloyd George Sessionography

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Serial/Matrix #

Song

Time

Composer(s)

Lonzo and Oscar with their Winston County Pea Pickers - RCA Victor Records:

Studio- Chicago; Date- May 18, 1947; Time- 8:00 P.M. to 11:00; A & R Rep- Mr. S.H. Sholes; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Guitar and Leader- Lloyd George; Mandolin- Rollin Sullivan; Steel Guitar- Ivan L. Wiggins; Harmonica- Bronson Reynolds (on "Cornbread, 'Lasses and Sassafrass Tea"); Piano- Owen Bradley; Guitar- Loren Otis Shook; Bass- James V. Swinney. "Ole Buttermilk Sky" is from the Walter Wagner Production "Canyon Passage."

D7-VB-737

Take Them Cold Feet Outa My Back (Before I Kick You Out)

2:30

Roland Sullivan/Lloyd George

D7-VB-738

Ole Buttermilk Sky

2:32

Hoagy Carmichael/Jack Brooks

D7-VB-739

Cornbread, ĎLasses and Sassafras Tea

2:27

Lloyd George/Roland Sullivan

D7-VB-740

My Adobe Hacienda

2:20

Louise Massey/Lee Penny

Studio- New York; Date- August 18, 1947; Time- 9:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.; A & R Rep- Sholes and Grean; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Guitar & Leader- Lloyd George; Electric Guitar- Roy Wiggins; Violin- N. Lambert; Bass- Charles Grean; Mandolin- Rollin Sullivan; Accordion- Joe Biviano; Guitar- L.O. Shook.

D7-VB-1517

When You Were Sweet Sixteen

2:25

James Thornton

D7-VB-1518

Poppiní Bubble Gum

2:45

Zeb Turner

D7-VB-1519

You Blacked My Blue Eyes Once Too Often

2:40

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan

D7-VB-1520

Iím My Own Grandpa

3:05

Dwight Latham/Moe Jaffe

D7-VB-1521

Thereís a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea

2:55

Lonzo & Oscar

D7-VB-1522

Near You

2:55

Francis Craig/Kermit Goell

D7-VB-1523

You Wonít Do It No More

2:20

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan/Jimmy Byrd

D7-VB-1524

Last Ole Dollar

2:10

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan

Studio- New York; Date- November 14, 1947; Time- 2:00 P.M. to 5:30 (plus one hour); A & R Rep- Mr. C. Grean; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Leader- Lloyd George; Violin- Ben Lambert; Electric Mandolin- Rollin Sullivan; Bass- Charlie Grean; Accordion- Joe Biviano.

D7-VB-2071

Ole Mother Nature

2:40

Lon Deacon Freeman/Luther Heatwole

D7-VB-2072

Watching the Girls Go By

2:50

Karl Davis

D7-VB-2073

Girls Donít Nag Your Husbands

2:35

Karl Davis/Hardy Taylor

D7-VB-2074

Sheís the Best I Ever Saw

2:30

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan/Faries McDuffy

Ken Marvin - Capitol Records (Thanks to Michel Ruppli):

Lloyd George (as "Ken Marvin") (Vocals) with string band. Possibly at Nashville, August 18, 1949.

4818-2

Why Donít You Haul Off and Love Me?

2:49

Wayne Raney/Lonnie Glosson

4819-Z

She is Just My Kind

2:41

Marian Ross/Clyda George

4820-2

Afraid

2:58

Fred Rose

4829-Y

Iím in Love Up to My Ears

2:00

Jimmy Dickens

Lonzo and Oscar - Capitol Records (Thanks to Michel Ruppli):

Lonzo and Oscar's Winston County Pea Pickers. Lloyd "Lonzo" George (Vocals & Guitar) & Rollin "Oscar" Sullivan (Mandolin & Vocals), Possibly at Nashville, August 21, 1949.

4814

I Wonder Why She Almost Drives Me Wild

2:40

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan

4815

My Dreams Turned into a Nightmare

2:40

Louis Innis

4816

Pretty Little Indian Maid

2:16

Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan

4817

Tickle the Tom Catís Tail

2:27

Faries McDuffy/Lloyd George/Rollin Sullivan

Lonzo and Oscar's Winston County Pea Pickers. Lloyd "Lonzo" George (Vocals & Guitar) & Rollin "Oscar" Sullivan (Mandolin & Vocals), Possibly at Nashville, August 22, 1949.

4825

Who Pulled the Plug From the Jug?

2:51

Dahle/Crowe/Fowler

4826

Love is Sweet Bu Oh, How Bitter

2:44

Jimmie Ladner/Lout Botner

4827

Sheepskin Corn

2:25

Stuart Hamblen

4828

Iíll Go Chasing Women

2:15

Stuart Hamblen

Lloyd "Lonzo" George (Vocals & Guitar) & Rollin "Oscar" Sullivan (Mandolin & Vocals), Possibly at Los Angeles, January 29, 1950.

5554-Y

If Texas Told What Arkan-saw Then What Did Tennes-see

2:17

Stan Freberg/Romelle Fay

5555-Z

Onions Onions

2:42

Jesse M. Ellison/Tommy Coley

Ken Marvin - Mercury Records:

Recorded in October 1950

7074-3

Well Oh Well

2:35

Bradshaw/Bernard/Mann

7075-4

I Love You a Thousand Ways

2:45

Frizzell

Recorded in February 1951

7100

You Canít Pick All the Roses

2:45

Rusty Gabbard

7102

Tom Cattiní Around

2:49

Lloyd George

Recorded in July 1951

7270

Rotation Blues (With the Harmonettes)

2:25

Lt. Stewart Powell

7271

More Pretty Girls (With the Harmonettes)

2:43

Arthur Smith

7272

Iím Waiting Just For You (With the Harmonettes)

2:40

Glover/Leigh

7273

Half as Much

2:25

Curley Williams

Recorded in December 1951

7307-7

Missing in Action

2:03

Kays/Smith

7307-8

(A Heartsick Soldier on) Heartbreak Ridge

2:16

Fidler/Tubb/Kane

7309

Letís Take the Long Way Home

2:04

Inman

7310

Port of Lonely Hearts

2:44

Farris/McDuffy

Recorded in March 1952

YB7349

Iíd Like To

2:17

Burris Dunn

7350

Iíve Got My Love

2:32

Lloyd George

YB7351

The Life That Youíve Led

2:40

McAlpin/Toone

7352

Iím Losing Again

2:47

Inman

Ken Marvin - RCA Victor Records:

Studio- Atlanta, GA; Date- May 8, 1952; Time- 2:30 - 5:30 P.M.; A & R Rep- S. Sholes, Leader- C. Green; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Bass- C. Grean; Guitar- C. Atkins, E. Hill, & J. Byrd; Violin- T. Jackson; Guitar/Vocalist- K. Marvin; Piano- D. Murdock.

E2-VB-6209 1

When I Stop Loving You

2:30

Jesse Ashlock

E2-VB-6210 1

How Much Can a Heart Ache

2:35

Dale Parker

E2-VB-6211 1

The Honky Tonk Melody

2:18

Clem Watts/Cliff Parman/Fred Quinlan

E2-VB-6212 1

I Donít Care if You Go a Little Further

2:00

Keray Regan

Studio- Nashville, TN; Date- October 21, 1952; Time- 2:00 to 5:30 P.M.; A & R Rep- S.H. Sholes, Leader- K. Marvin; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Guitar- Ken Marvin & Floyd E. Robinson; Violin- Donald Slayman; Bass- Floyd T. Chance; Steel Guitar- Don Helms?

E2-VB-7667 1

How About a Date

2:05

Lee Bond

E2-VB-7668 1

Uh-Huh Honey

2:10

Lee Bond

E2-VB-7669 1

Forbidden Love

2:30

Steve Allen

E2-VB-7670 1

Now is the Time for us to Fall in Love

2:23

Dale Parker

Studio- Nashville, TN; Date- May 21, 1953; Time- 7:15 P.M. to 11:15 P.M.; A & R Rep- S.H. Sholes, Leader- Ken Marvin (Lloyd George); Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Guitar- Chet Atkins & Velma Smith; Steel Guitar- Jerry Byrd; Piano- Marvin Hughes; Bass- Ernie Newton; Drums- Walter Lenk.

E3-VB-0660 1

Donít You Care

2:31

Sam H. Stept

E3-VB-0661 1

My Empty Arms

2:25

Rebe Gosdin

E3-VB-0662 1

I Never Had it so Good Before

2:06

Cy Coben

E3-VB-0663 1

One by One

2:43

Leon Payne

Studio- Nashville, TN; Date- September 30, 1953; Time- 2:15 P.M. to 4:45 P.M.; A & R Rep- S.H. Sholes, Leader- K. Marvin; Union Musicians Used. Instrumentation: Guitar- Ken Marvin & Ray Edenton; Electric Guitar- Chet Atkins; Steel Guitar- Jerry Byrd; Fiddle- Terry Jackson; Bass- Floyd Chance.

E3-VB-2273 1

Right Kind of Love (But the Wrong Kind of Heart)

2:40

Boudleaux Bryant/Clyda Ogletree

E3-VB-2274 1

I Ainít Gonna Do Nothiní (Till I Can do Something With You)

2:20

Louis Innis

E3-VB-2275 1

Bridge of Love

2:40

Billy Wallace

E3-VB-2276 1

Donít You Know, Canít You See, Havenít You Heard

2:30

Bucky Bates

Ken Marvin - Sun Records:

Unreleased

You Spurned a Love

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Unreleased

Little Red Wagon

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Ken Marvin - Intro Records:

SO: 634

When I Stop Loving You

2:14

Jessie Ashlock

SO: 634

Youíre So Good To Me

2:17

Louvin Brothers

SO: 635

Two Tone Ten Ton

1:57

Louvin Brothers

SO: 635

Uh Uh Honey

1:48

Lloyd George/Lee Bond

SO: 895

Uncle John

4:16

Ken Marvin/Roger Miller

SO: 894

Will the Angels Let Me Play

2:39

Frankie Miller

Ken Marvin - Todd Records:

Released in 1961

PC 9824

Letter From Home (Part One)

3:20

Hank Penny

PC 9825

Letter From Home (Part Two)

2:53

Hank Penny

Ken Marvin - Briar Records:

Released probably in 1961

PC 9791/SO-895

Uncle John

4:16

Ken Marvin/Roger Miller

PC 9792/PC-9801

Letter From Home

4:25

Hank Penny

Lloyd George - Imperial Records:

Lloyd George (Vocals) with Harmonica, Piano, Guitar, and Drum; Recorded on March 18, 1962:

IM-3391

Lucy Lee

2:35

Lloyd George

IM-3392

Sing Real Loud

2:02

Lloyd George

Lloyd George (Vocals) with Piano, Guitar, and Drum; Recorded on October 17, 1962:

IM-5325

Hold Me Close (Unreleased)

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IM-5326

Come on Train (Also released on Post Records)

1:54

Lloyd George

IM-5327

Frog Hunt (Also released on Post Records)

2:10

Lloyd George/Jimmy Riddle

IM-5328

Forever More (Unreleased)

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