Western Swing Chronicles, Volume 3- Ocie Stockard & the Wanderers


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Ocie Stockard was one of the key pioneers of the early years of western swing in the 1930s. In 1937, he formed the Wanderers, which featured former members of Milton Brown’s Musical Brownies. This CD features all released recordings by this band, including the 14 sides from their landmark 1937 debut that featured legendary trumpet player Harry Palmer. Also included are 10 other swinging sides from 1941 to 1946.

Liner notes and discography by Cary Ginell

Track List

1)         There’ll Be Some Changes Made

2)         Turn Your Lights Down Low

3)         Why Shouldn’t I?

4)         How Come?

5)         Black and Blues

6)         Ain’t Nobody Truck Like You

7)         What’s the Matter?

8)         Just Blues

9)         Long Ago

10)         Same Thing All The Time

11)         One Of Us Was Wrong

12)         To My House

13)         Wabash Blues

14)         Please Sing For Me

15)         Bass Man Jive

16)         Darling Little Memories

17)         Jitterbug Katy

18)         You’ve Got Me There

19)         Nickel in the Kitty

20)         You Are My Sunshine

21)         Twin Guitar Polka

22)         O.P.A. Blues

23)         Cowtown Boogie

24)         Nobody Cares

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Weight .3125 lbs


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