JIMMY CASE

"JIMMY CASE & THE CHEROKEES
with Miss Dale Turner"

ORDER #AR-100104-CD

   1.  That’s Why I  Sing In A Honky Tonk
   2.  Orange Blossom Special
   3.  Who’s Shoulder Will You Cry On
   4.  Sittin’ And Thinkin’
   5.  Kansas City
   6.  The Preacher

    7.  A Little Bitty Tear
   8.  Stratosphere Boogie
   9.  I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
   10. Moonshine
   11. All For The Love Of A Girl
   12. High Ballin’ Daddy


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The original 1964 recordings on Sondy Records featuring cuts by Jimmy Case, Dale Turner, Carl Nelson, Roy Irvin, Herbie Jones, and Jack Ledbetter. This album has been re-issued on AARON Records.




"JIMMY CASE SINGS COUNTRY"
ORDER #AR-112904-CD

    1.  You Better Not Do That
    2.  I'll Fall In Love With You
    3.  If You Don't Somebody Else Will
    4.  Thanks To Your Love
    5.  Last Call For Alcohol
    6.  One Never Knows Does One
    7.  Cryin' More And Enjoyin' It Less
    8.  That's All Right
    9.  Think Of Me
  10.  Pride


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"Jimmy Case Sings Country". Track 1, "You Better Not Do That" is my actual performance on the Ed Sullivan Show in July 1954 at Mitchell AFB, NY. Tracks 2 and 3, "I'll Fall In Love With You" and "If You Don't Somebody Else Will" we recorded in Washington, DC in 1963. Paul Justice who played fiddle for Mel Tillis for 30 years was my fiddle player at the time. Tracks 4, 5, 6 and 7, "Thanks To Your Love", "Last Call For Alcohol", "One Never Knows Does One", and "Cryin' More And Enjoyin' It Less",  I recorded in 1966 at Bradley's Barn in Nashville with the band consisting of; Floyd Cramer, piano; Grady Martin, lead guitar; Lightning Chance, upright bass; Buddy Harmon, drums and Harold Bradley, guitar, with Joe Babcock singing harmony.  Tracks 8 and 9, "That's All Right" and "Think Of Me" I sang with pre-recorded tracks at Lonzo & Oscars' studio in Goodlettsville, TN in 1973. Claude Gray produced it and sang harmony with me on "That's All Right". I recorded track 10, "Pride" in 1982 at the Shook Shack in Nashville, with Harry Shields as producer.



"JIMMY CASE & The Cherokees
plus Miss Lynda K. Lance"

ORDER #
AR-61406-CD
JIMMY CASE & LYNDA K LANCE

This CD will be of great interest for those of you who served in Vietnam and Thailand during the 1966 - 1970 era. We hope it will bring back some fond memories for those who saw any of our shows.

Jimmy Case performed close to 1,000 shows in Vietnam and Thailand from 1966 - 1970.



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This show was recorded at a miltary base in Thailand in February of 1968. Miss Lynda K. Lance was our girl singer; Jimmy Latour, bass, MC and vocals; Bill Cochran, lead guitar, Randy Gue, drums; and "Little" Joe Tippie, steel guitar; Leo LaForteza from the Phillipines was our road manager.

This is not a high tech recording. It was recorded on 1/4 inch tape on a non-professional tape recorder and was played many times over, the past 39 years.



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