New additions from the 45 box ‘o Wax…..

Lonnie Mack  I Found A Love  Inst.  45

The Moments  Don’t Take Your Love From Me  45

Marty On Planet Mars  45

Jessie Anderson  Readings In Astrology  45

Ronald & Ruby  Lollipop  45

“Hansome Jim” Balcom  Corrido Rock  45

Little Joe & La Familia  What Am I Living For  45

Guitar Slim  Things I Used To Do  78


Bob Taylor  Wowsville Pt. 1  45

Link Davis  16 Chicks  45

Ray Corbin  Sing The Blues For Daddy  45

Flathead  Pick A Bail Of Cotton  CD

Sonny Boy Williamson  Don’t Start Me Talking  78

Willie Walker  Lucky Looser  45

Observers  International Pum Pum  45

Vala Quans  Teardrops  45


The TYLER J. “BUDDY” WHEELER (1928 – 2012) Memorial Music Set…RIP

Note that Buddy Wheeler wrote and/or played on and/or produced everything below:

Lee Madron and The Westerners  Madron Blues  78

Mary Blythe  My Lovers Eyes  45

Jack Lane  Mr. Blues Is My Shadow  CD

Jerry Langford  Tell Me  45

Duane Turley & the Tads  Devil’s Den  CD

Ronnie Adaire  Queen Of Hearts  CD

Benny Banta  Cry Little Girlie  45

Dal Perkins  Shy  45


Donnie Owens……on Guyden on wax:

Need You / Tomorrow / Between Midnight And Dawn / On And On


Bob Fite & The Western Playboys live at The Riverside Park Ballroom

with Buddy on steel guitar playing The Panhandle Rag  Inst.  CD


The Twangy things……all Inst.

Al Casey  Ramrod  CD

Duane Eddy  Rebel-‘Rouser / Peter Gun / The Lonely One /


Yep (oops no Buddy bass here  : >) / Detour  CD


Don Cole  Free Flight  Inst. 45

Terry Wells  Her Song  Inst.  45

Buddy Miller  Inst. #1  CD

Eddie LeMaire  You And I Against The World  45

Howard Crook  Breezolina  Inst.  45

Jimmy Dell  New New Baby  CD

Baby Jean  Beware The Tall Man  CD

Gigolos  Night Creature  Inst.  CD

Bob Taylor  Frankie & Johnny  Inst.  CD


Sanford Clark  The Big Lie  45

Virg Warner  Next To Her  45

Donnie Owens  Ever Night Lulu  CD

Virg Warner  Suppose  45

Sanford Clark  They Call Me Country  45


There were/are many more of his songs to be played…….

a very big loss to Arizona Musical history….but his music lives on!!!

Thanks for listening and I hope you’ll be back soon for some more “Music From All Directions.”