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Jimmy Newman & Al Terry - Their Earliest Recordings 1949-1952 download mp3 album
Their Earliest Recordings 1949-1952
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Newman and his wife made their home on their 670-acre (. km2) ranch outside of Nashville near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The Original Cry, Cry, Darling Jimmy Newman & Al Terry - Their Earliest Recordings 1949-1952. I Don't Know What I'm Going To Do". - 1954. Night Time Is Cry Time".

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Songs from The Complete Recordings, Vol. 2 1949-1952 by BILLY MITCHELL, Earl Brown. Free download and listen The Complete Recordings, Vol. 2 1949-1952.


A1 Jimmy Newman* Wondering
A2 Jimmy Newman* What Will I Do
A3 Jimmy Newman* Let's Stay Together
A4 Jimmy Newman* Don't Say Goodbye
A5 Jimmy Newman* I Made A Big Mistake
A6 Jimmy Newman* If You Lose You'll Understand
A7 Jimmy Newman* I'll Have To Burn The Letters
B1 Al Terry I Wonder If I Can Lose The Blues This Way
B2 Al Terry City Hall Rag
B3 Al Terry How Can It Be
B4 Al Terry Diggy Liggy Lo/Big Texas
B5 Al Terry I Nearly Made A Fool Of My Heart
B6 Al Terry Waking And Crying With The Blues
B7 Al Terry What Can I Do

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Gedmal Galvanic Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Sound Manufacturing – Δ5799


  • Bass – Merton Thibodeaux (tracks: A2 to A7), Rufus Alleman (tracks: B1 to B7)
  • Claves – Unknown Artist (tracks: B7)
  • Design [Sleeve], Illustration – Nigel Goodall
  • Drums – Curzy Roy (tracks: A2 to A7)
  • Fiddle – Bob Henderson (tracks: B7), Doug Kershaw (tracks: B2, B5), Rufus Thibodeaux (tracks: A2 to A7, B1, B3, B6)
  • Guitar – Al Terry (tracks: B4), Jimmy Newman* (tracks: A2 to A7)
  • Lead Guitar [Electric] – Al Terry (tracks: B2)
  • Liner Notes – Bruce Bastin
  • Maracas – Bob Terry (tracks: B7)
  • Performer [Electric Sock Rhythm] – Rusty Kershaw (tracks: B2, B5)
  • Piano – Benny Frugé* (tracks: A2 to A7), Freddie Rhymes (tracks: B1 to B7)
  • Plated By – EG*
  • Producer – J.D. Miller
  • Remastered By – Ron Geesin
  • Rhythm Guitar – Hank Redlich (tracks: B1, B2, B4 to B7), Jimmy Newman* (tracks: B3)
  • Steel Guitar – Bob Terry (tracks: B1 to B7)
  • Steel Guitar [Possibly] – Berlan LeBleue (tracks: A2 to A7)
  • Vocals – Al Terry (tracks: B1 to B7), Jimmy Newman* (tracks: A1 to A7)


Tracks A2 to A7 recorded in Crowley, 1951. A1, probably using some of the same performers, recorded in Crowley, 1949.
Tracks B3 & B7 recorded at KVOL Radio, Lafayette, 1949 & 1950 respectively. The rest recorded at Crowley: B2 & B5 in 1951, B1 & B6 in 1952.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): FLY 573 A2 EG
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): FLY-573-B-1 Δ5799