info for small 45rpm label anoraks.
Interesting how Reece Shipley, a Tennessee based artist, ended up on a Philadelphia label.
Yes Reece Shipley had Kingsport (TN) 45 - 104 - Milk Bucket Boogie (1952)Kingsport (TN) 45 - 106 - Hillbilly Jive With A Boogie Beat (1952)Valley (TN) 45 - 106 : Catfish Boogie / Middle Age Spread (1953) All Hillbilly BopHe also had a couple of unissued demos on re-issues CompsI Love You So Much it Hurts Me &In My Hadobe HaciendaFor anybody who wants to hear rthese go tohttp://www.bopping.org/tag/reece-shipley/or buy this cd http://www.pxrec.com/p2_Patuxent_Swing-shipley-homepage.htm
Reece Shipley has two other records I'm aware of:"I Hear Me Talking To Myself" / "World Of Broken Hearts" - Bonus Records (TN) #102 probably issued mid to late 1950's and "Too Big To Cry" / "I Counted The Raindrops" - Spot Records (TN) #1108 issued in 1962.
Yes, I have Valley 106 on 78rpm. My favorite is "Hillbilly Jive with a Boogie Beat," though.
The CD states that "Santa Miss Those Missiles" was also issued in 1962 so I guess on Spot (TN) as well but no prove