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Friday, 12 April 2019

Damon (MO) 45rpm Rockabilly, Instrumental Rockers Hillbilly, R’N’R, Teen





Damon (MO) 45rpm Rockabilly, Instrumental Rockers Hillbilly, R’N’R, Teen

Location : 117 W. 14th Street Kansas City Missouri
Owner : Victor Damon

Damon founded Damon Transcription Laboratory in Kansas City in 1933, operating out of the Midland Building at 1221 Baltimore. Later, as Damon Recording Studios his studio moved to 117 W. 14th Street where Damon continued providing recording services until his retirement in 1973. Damon was also an engineer for Kansas City radio station WHB.  Here are some of the more rockin’ sounds he recorded. There are maybe lots more acetates or 45rpm issues that have 1950’s R’N’R roots, if you have discovered them please share.

Track List
Damon (MO) Acetate  : Jerry Sherbahn & The Country Ramblers  - Guitar Boogie Shuffle
Damon (MO) Acetate  : Rocktones - High Time
Damon (MO) 45 - # : Ron Hake  - Lonely Guitars
Damon (MO) 45 - 12113 : John Pfander - By The Side Of The Road (1952)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12113 : John Pfander - Nobody's Darling (1952)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12310 : Gordon Wayne - Twilight Is Stealing (1959)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12310 : Gordon Wayne & The Owls - Red Wing (1959)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12315 : Conny & The Bellhops - Shot Rod (1960)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12350 : Lee Dresser & The Krazy Kats - Beat Out My Love (1960)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12350 : Lee Dresser & The Krazy Kats - Thinkin' 'Bout Your Love (1960)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12413 : Don Clements - I'm Gonna Better Myself (1960)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12413 : Don Clements - My First Love (1960)
Damon (MO) 45 - 12560 : Blue Velvets - Don’t Leave Me This Way (1965) 
Damon (MO) 45 - 12662 : Dee Lemley - Jam-Ba-Laya
Damon (MO) 45 - 12914 : Larry Smith Don’t Bother With Roses 


Damon founded Damon Transcription Laboratory in Kansas City in 1933, operating out of the Midland Building at 1221 Baltimore. Later, as Damon Recording Studios, his studio moved to 117 W. 14th Street where Damon continued providing recording services until his retirement in 1973. Damon was also an engineer for Kansas City radio station WHB.  Here are some of the more rockin’ sounds he recorded. There are maybe lots more acetates or 45rpm issues that have 1950’s R’N’R roots, if you have discovered them please share.