Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys* ‎– The Tiffany Transcriptions Vol. 3: Basin Street Blues

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Rhino Records (2) ‎– R2 71471
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1 Basin Street Blues
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Noel BoggsTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Spencer Williams (2)
3:35
2 I'm A Ding Dong Daddy
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Roy HoneycuttTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Phil Baxter
3:04
3 Crazy Rhythm
Banjo – Ocie StockardBass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Eldon ShamblinElectric Mandolin – Tiny MooreEngineer – Jack Hawkins (2)Fiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Sound Recorders (2)Steel Guitar – Herb RemingtonVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Lee J. Pockriss*
1:50
4 Milk Cow Blues
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Noel BoggsTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Kokomo Arnold
2:50
5 Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Noel BoggsTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Stept*, Clare*
2:34
6 Four Or Five Times
Banjo – Ocie StockardBass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Eldon ShamblinElectric Mandolin – Tiny MooreEngineer – Jack Hawkins (2)Fiddle, Lead Vocals – Bob WillsPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Sound Recorders (2)Steel Guitar – Herb RemingtonVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Byron Gay, Marco Hellman
2:48
7 Frankie Jean
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Noel BoggsTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinney
1:48
8 It's Your Red Wagon
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Roy HoneycuttTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Richard M. Jones
1:50
9 A Good Man Is Hard To Find
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Roy HoneycuttTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Eddie Green (4)
2:06
10 You Just Take Her
Banjo – Ocie StockardBass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Eldon ShamblinElectric Mandollin – Tiny MooreEngineer – Jack Hawkins (2)Fiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Sound Recorders (2)Steel Guitar – Herb RemingtonVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinney
2:24
11 Barnard Blues
Banjo – Ocie StockardBass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Monte MountjoyElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Electric Mandolin – Tiny MooreEngineer – Jack Hawkins (2)Fiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Herb RemingtonVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinney
4:20
12 I Never Knew
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Noel BoggsTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinney
2:18
13 Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Bass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Lester (Junior) Barnard*Engineer – M.H. DeWittFiddle – Joe HolleyFiddle, Saxophone – Louis TierneyFiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Universal Studios (2)Steel Guitar – Roy HoneycuttTrumpet – Alex BrashearVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – C. Williams*, C. Williams*
2:18
14 Take The "A" Train
Banjo – Ocie StockardBass – Billy Jack WillsDrums – Johnny CuvielloElectric Guitar – Eldon ShamblinElectric Mandolin – Tiny MooreEngineer – Jack Hawkins (2)Fiddle, Vocals – Bob WillsLead Vocals – Tommy DuncanPiano – Millard KelsoRecorded By – Sound Recorders (2)Steel Guitar – Herb RemingtonVocals – Dean McKinney, Evelyn McKinneyWritten-By – Billy Strayhorn
3:06

Notes

All tracks were recorded in San Francisco.
Track 4: Recorded 25 March 1946
Track 7: Recorded 8 April 1946
Tracks 1, 5, 12: Recorded 6 May 1946
Track 8: Recorded 13 May 1946
Tracks 2, 13: Recorded 20 May 1946
Track 9: Recorded 27 May 1946
Tracks 6, 10, 14: Recorded 30 August 1947
Track 3: Recorded 6 September 1947
Track 11: Recorded 30 December 1947

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