Claude Casey Collection

Series III: Audio Recordings

A. 78s Performed by Claude Casey

Location Contents
i) Unreleased Recordings
ii) Commercially Produced Recordings
a) Blue Bird Records
On Shelf Pine State Playboys. A Boy from North Carolina, B-7535-A. Don’t Say Goodbye if You Love Me, B-7535-B.
On Shelf Pine State Playboys. Road Weary Hobo, B-8127-A. Happy Cowboy, B-8127-B. 2 copies.
On Shelf Claude Casey and his Pine State Playboys. What’s Wrong with Me Now? (Claude Casey-Clinton Collins), B-8697-A. It Doesn’t Matter (Claude Casey-Clinton Collins), B-8697-B.
b) M-G-M Records
On Shelf Claude Casey. Juke Box Gal (Claude Casey), 10279-A (MF-217-C1). I’m Living in Dreams (Claude Casey), 10279-B (MF-221-C1).
On Shelf Claude Casey. Lonesome Blues (Foree-Smith), 10435-A (MF-223-C1). Carolina Waltz (Foree-Smith), 10435-B (MF-219-C1).
On Shelf Claude Casey. Road of Love (Richardson-Casey), 10586-A. I’m Having My Blue Day Today (A. Smith-C. Smith), 10586-B.
On Shelf Claude Casey. You’ll Have to Talk it Over with My Heart (Rose), 11611 (53-S-6094). Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop (Rose-Strange), 11611 (53-S-6096). 3 copies.
On Shelf Claude Casey. I Bet My Heart (West), 11708 (53-S-6091). Me, Myself and I (Smith), 11708 (53-S-6095).
 
c) RCA Victor
On Shelf Claude Casey. Two Little Girls with Golden Curls (J. Graydon Hall), 20-1802-A. Family Reunion in Heaven (Arthur Smith), 20-1802-B.
On Shelf Claude Casey. I Wish I’d Never Met You (Claude Casey), 20-1955-A. My Little Tootsie (Claude Casey), 20-1955-B.
On Shelf Claude Casey and the Sagedusters. Look in the Looking Glass (Claude Casey-Mel Foree), 20-2059-A. Journey’s End (Claude Casey-Mel Foree), 20-2059-B. 2 copies.
On Shelf Claude Casey and the Sagedusters. Days are Long, Nights are Lonely (Mel Foree-Claude Casey), 20-2230-A. I Wish I Had Kissed You Goodbye (Jenny Lou Carson), 20-2230-B. 2 copies.

B. 78s Performed by Other Artists

i) Written by Claude Casey

a) Arista
On Shelf Dewey Price and his Carolina Hillbillys. Rainbow at Midnight (Lost John Miller), 6000 A. Days are Long, Nights are Lonely (Claude Casey-Mel Foree), 6002 B.
On Shelf Dewey Price and his Carolina Hillbillys. Boogie Woogie Farmer (Fred Kirby), 6005 A. Journey’s End (Claude Casey-Mel Foree), 6006 B. 2 copies.
b) Mercury Records
On Shelf Sons of the Soil. I Lost My Love (The Color Song) (Bergman-Leeds-Wise), 6158. Cloudy Skies (Dahle-Mulligan-Casey), 6158.
c) Sonora Records
On Shelf Jesse Rodgers and the Pecos Pioneers. Go West Young Man, Go West (Edwards-Garfield), H 7032-A (S.R. 1926-1). Days Are Long, Nights are Lonely (Casey-Foree), H 7032-B (S.R. 1927-1). 2 copies.
ii) Written by Other Artists

a) Blue Bird
On Shelf Jimmie Rodgers. I’ve Ranged, I’ve Roamed and I’ve Travelled (J. Rodgers-Elsie MacWilliams), B-5892-A. Why Did You Give Me Your Love? (Jimmie Rodgers), B-5892-B.
b) Capitol Records
On Shelf Foy Willing and His Riders of the Purple Sage. Texas Blues (Foy Willing-Cottonseed Clark), 1070 (225-2D-1). Sometime (Ted Fiorito-Gus Kahn), 1070 (3356-1D-8).
On Shelf Tennessee Ernie and the Starlighters. Cincinnati Dancing Pig (Guy Wood-Al Lewis), 1174 (6359-5N-1 #2). Bright Lights and Blonde Haired Women (Eddie Kirk), 1174 (6387-3N-14).
On Shelf Jimmy Wakely. Bouquet of Roses (Jimmy Wakely-Doris Mayer), 40107 (2202-4D-5). Mild Cow Blues (Kokomo Arnold), 40107 (2838-1D-5).
c) Columbia Records
On Shelf Pete Woolery. Deep in the Arms of Love (Las Profundidades Del Amor) (Davis and Ingraham), 2004-D (149068). Like a Breath of Spring-Time (Como Un Soplo De Primavera) (Burke and Dubin), 2004-D (149069).
On Shelf Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. You Should Have Thought of that Before (Browne), 37824 (H 1250). Fat Boy Rag (Wills-Barnard), 37824 (HCO 2017).
d) Coral Records
On Shelf Jane Russell, Connie Haines, Beryl Davis, and Della Russell. Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord (Do Lord) (Arr. Lyn Murray), 61113 (WL 7465 T2 A). Make a Joyful Noise Uto the Lord (a: I’ve Got the Joy; b: Summertime in My Heart; c) Oil in My Lamp) (Arr. Lyn Murray), 61113 (WL 7467 T10 A).
e) Cowboy Records
On Shelf Whitey & Hogan. I Have Tried, but I Have Failed (Grant-Hogan), CR-1301-A. Jesse James (Traditional), CR-1301-B.
f) Decca Records
On Shelf Sons of the Pioneers. (Goodbye My Darlin’) They Drew My Number (Tim Spencer), 5941 A (93628A). A Love that Ended Too Soon (Lew Porter-Johnny Lange), 5941 B (93630A).
g) Holiday Records
On Shelf Bill Haley and the Saddlemen. Rocket “88” (Brenston), 105-A. Tearstains On My Heart (Haley-Broomall), 105-B.
h) King Records
On Shelf Paul Howard and his Arkansas Cotton Pickers. Texas Boogie (Rosella Howard), 779-A (2859-2). Torn Between True Love and Desire (Rosella Howard), 779-AA (2858).
On Shelf Boots Woodall and his Radio Wranglers. Since You’ve Been Gone (Stoddard), 645-A (2276-K). Do You Ever Worry (Bobby Atcheson), 645-B (2275-K).
On Shelf Hank Penny. Tell Me All About Georgia (Hank Penny), 924-A (2999-1-TS-VLD). The Solitary Blues (Hank Penny), 924-AA (3000-1-TS-VLD).
On Shelf Hank Penny. Remington Ride (Herb Remington), 902-A (3004-2-TS-VLD). I’m Gonna Have My Picture Took (Hank Penny), 902-AA (3003-1-TS-VLD).
On Shelf Clyde Moody. Ivy (E.M. Vandall), 922-A (3103-1-TS-VLD). Six White Horses (Clyde Moody), 922-AA (3104-1-TS-VLD).
i) Mercury
On Shelf Pete Cassell (The Blind Minstrel). Just a Message (Pete Cassell), 6168M (2114). The Letter Edged in Black (Traditional), 6168M (2116).
j) OKeh Records
On Shelf The Georgia Crackers. Riley the Furniture Man, 45111 (80-593A). The Georgia Black Bottom, 45111 (80-596B).
k) RCA Victor Records
On Shelf Spike Jones and his City Slickers. Cocktails for Two (Sam Coslow-Arthur Johnston), 20-1628-A. Leave the Dishes in the Sink, Ma (Berle-Jones-Doyle), 20-1628-B.
On Shelf Spike Jones and his City Slickers. Holiday for Strings (Sam Gallop-David Rose), 20-1733-A. Drip, Drip, Drip (Sloppy Lagoon) (Del Porter), 20-1733-B.
On Shelf Jimmie Rodgers. Blue Yodel (T for Texas-Jimmie Rodgers), 20-0042-A (Re-Issued). Away Out On the Mountain (K. Harrell), 21-0042-B (Re-Issued).
On Shelf Jimmie Rodgers. Never No Mo’ Blues (McWilliams-J. Rodgers), 21-0043-A (Re-Issued). Daddy and Home (McWilliams-J. Rodgers), 21-0043-B (Re-Issued).
On Shelf Jimmie Rodgers. Frankie and Johnny (Jimmie Rodgers), 21-0044-A (Re-Issued). The Brakeman’s Blues (Yodeling the Blues Away) (Jimmie Rodgers), 21-0044-B (Re-Issued).
l) Republic Records
On Shelf Smiley Wilson and Kitty Carson. I’ve Found My Own (Beasley), 7033 (E2-KB-7436-1). Smiley Wilson. Barnyard Blues (Robinson), 7033 (E2-KB-7437-1).
m) Sun Records
On Shelf Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill. I’m Left, You’re Right, She’s Gone (Kesler-Taylor), 217 (U-142). Baby Let’s Play House (Gunter), 217 (U-143).

C. Cassette Tape Recordings

Box/Tape
i) Performances including Claude Casey
9/1-2 Casey, Claude. Accordion Swing (Sagedusters & Ralph Mulliken), Indian Love Call (Claude Casey & Sagedusters), Theme (Claude Casey & Sagedusters – WGAC, Augusta, GA), Rubber Dolly (Claude Casey & Sagedusters), and Softly & Tenderly (Claude Casey & C. Duvall). 2 copies.
9/3 _____. Accordion Swing, Long Lonesome Road, and Hillbilly Gal. Claude Casey & His Sagedusters.
9/4 _____. Any Old Time.
9/5 _____. Any Old Time, Trouble in Mind, Why Should I Cry Over You, and Texas Plains. Has “Save” on tape.
9/6 _____. The Briarhoppers. WBT-TV. 4-28-77. 3 copies.
9/7 _____. Briarhopper special. Part #1. 3/21/76.
9/8-10 _____. Claude Casey and Roger Bellow. 3 copies. One copy has the date 11/20/91.
9/11 _____. Claude Casey and Rusty [Cramer].
9/12 _____. Claude Casey, Charlie Duval, Curley Mulkin, and Paul Aiken. Also has Clinton Collins.
9/13 _____. Claude Casey and His Sagedusters.
9/14 _____. Claude Casey and His Sagedusters. Live “air check” 1951. WGAC, Augusta, GA. 2 cuts.
9/15-17 _____. Claude Casey and His Sagedusters. WGAC Radio, Augusta, Ga. 1951. 3 copies.
9/18-19 _____. Claude Casey and Floyd Lacewell. 2 tapes.
9/20 _____. Claude Casey and Dewey Price. On two songs.
9/21 _____. Claude Casey on WPAE FM 91 Charlotte. Spring 1986. Host Tom Hancheff.
9/22-24 _____. Claude Casey, vocalist. Cuts from live radio programs at WBT, Charlotte, N.C. in 1940s. WGAC, Augusta, GA and WFBC-TV, Greenville, S.C. 1950s. 3 copies.
9/25 _____. Claude Casey with overdub and other sounds. By Rusty Cramer.
9/26 _____. Claude Casey with Tennessee Ramblers. “Carolina Hayride” CBS Coast to Coast (1943).
9/27 _____. Collection of Songs.
9/28-29 _____. Dance with Who Brung You. 2 copies.
9/30-32 _____. Days are Long, Nights are Lonely. Recorded by Claude on RCA, 1942. Written by Claude Casey & Mel Foree. Publisher: Bourne Music Co. 3 copies.
9/33-34 _____. Deep Blues, Indian Love Call, Someday, and My Heart Cries for You (Side 1); Why Should I Cry Over You, Yodelin’ Blues, Let’s Go to Church, and I Still Do. Sagedusters trio with Claude Casey, Sam Poplin and Dewey Price. 2 copies.
10/1 _____. Dollar Down & a Dollar a Week. Emmett Miller and Claude Casey & the Pine State Playboys.
10/2 _____. Don’t Turn Me Down, My Heart Cries for You, Tennessee Waltz, and Hard-Hearted.
10/3 _____. End of the Trail.
10/4-8 _____. The Ford Song. 5 copies. One copy has the date October 1, 1984 on label. A different copy has Gene Austin’s My Blue Heaven on the tape.
10/9 _____. GA Anna Moon.
10/10-12 _____. Give Me Wings Like an Angel. 2 cuts. 3 copies.
10/13 _____. Happy Cowboy and Road Weary Hobo. Claude Casey & His Pine State Playboys. Bluebird label.
10/14 _____. Hillbilly Gal, You Always Call Me Honey, Akin Slide, and I Wouldn’t Trade Places.
10/15 _____. Honky Tonk Swing. Claude Casey & His Sagedusters. “4 cuts of same tune.”
10/16-17 _____. Honky Tonk Swing and Akin Slide. Claude Casey & His Sagedusters. 2 copies.
10/18 _____. I’m Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop, I’ll Have to Talk it Over With My Heart, I Bet My Heart.
10/19 _____. I’m Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop, You’ll Have to Talk it Over With My Heart, I Bet My Heart, Hillbilly Gal, Me, Myself, and I, Look in the Looking Glass at You, and Tears on My Pillow. 2 copies.
10/20 _____. I Still Do, Someday, Texas Blues, Tying the Leaves. Side 2: Don’t Put a Tax on the Beautiful Girls, Ruby Red Lips, New Spanish Two Step, Why Should I Cry Over You, Carolina Calling, and I Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye.
10/21-22 _____. I Still Do, Tall in the Saddle, Where Could I Go?, Have I Told You Lately that I Love You, Yodeling Blues, and Send Me the Pillow. 2 copies.
10/23 _____. I Want My Rib, Ford Song/Little Johnny. Claude Casey 1-16-84.
10/24 _____. Indian Love Call. Sung by Claude Casey & His Sagedusters.
10/25 _____. Indian Love Call, Long Lonesome Road, Savannah River Rag, and Softly & Tenderly.
10/26 _____. Indian Love Call, Sagedusters Theme, Rubber Dolly, and Softly and Tenderly.
10/27-29 _____. Indian Love Call, Someday, I Still Do, Why Should I Cry Over You, and Let’s Go to Church. Cuts from live programs WBT, Charlotte in 1940s. 3 copies.
10/30 _____. It Doesn’t Matter, I’m Living in Dreams, Savannah River Rag, I Just Dropped in to Say Good-Bye.
10/31 _____. Journey’s End and Little Coquette.
10/32 _____. Journey’s End, Indian Love Call, and Someday.
10/33-34 _____. Juke Box Gal and I’m Living in Dreams. 10279A & 10279B. Slim Idaho on steel guitar. 5 tapes.
11/1-3 _____. Juke Box Gal and I’m Living in Dreams. 10279A & 10279B. Slim Idaho on steel guitar. 5 tapes.
11/4 _____. Juke Box Gal, I’m Living in Dreams, Days are Long, Nights are Lonely, I Wish I Had Kissed You Good-bye, and Happy Cowboy.
11/5 _____. Juke Box Gal (2 cuts, 2nd cut best), Looking at the Moon through a Teardrop, and Me, Myself, and I.
11/6 _____. Kay Clark with Claude Casey and the Sagedusters. WFBC-TV, Greenville, South Carolina 1953-1954.
11/7 _____. Let’s Go to Church Next Sunday Morning, My Little Tootsie, I Wish I’d Never Met You, and Don’t Say Goodbye if You Love Me.
11/8 _____. Let’s Go to Church Next Sunday Morning, Boy from N.C., Tall in the Saddle, Days are Long Nights are Lonely, Where Could I Go, and Closer Walk with Thee.
11/9 _____. Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You.” 1 cut. “Good.”
11/10 _____. Little Coquette. 4 cuts.
11/11 _____. Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop; Talk it Over with My Heart; Me, Myself, and I; Days are Long; Look in the Looking Glass At You; Juke Box Gal; I'm Living in Daydreams; Aiken Slide. Black tape with check mark on label.
11/12-14 _____. Long Lonesome Road. 3 tapes.
11/15 _____. Long Lonesome Road (Side 1) 2 cuts. Honky Tonk Swing (Side 2), Claude Casey & His Sagedusters.
11/16 _____. Long Lonesome Road and Hillbilly Gal.
11/17-20 _____. Long Lonesome Road and Savannah River Rag. Claude Casey and the Sagedusters. July 1985. 4 copies.
11/21-22 _____. Long Lonesome Road, Savannah River Rag, It Doesn’t Matter, and Softly & Tenderly. 2 copies.
11/23-24 _____. Long Lonesome Road, Savannah River Rag, and Tears on My Pillow. Claude Casey and the Sagedusters. 7/85. 2 copies.
11/25 _____. Long Lonesome Road, Savannah River Rag, Tears on My Pillow, Little Coquette, and Ridin’ Down the Canyon (Side 1). No writing on tape.
11/26 _____. Look In the Lookin’ Glass and Juke Box Gal.
11/27 _____. Look In the Lookin’ Glass, What’s Wrong With Me Now, It Doesn’t Matter, Juke Box Gal, and I’m Livin’ In Dreams.
11/28 _____. Me, Myself, and I. November 1986. Claude age 74. “This tape belongs to Ruth Casey. Claude did it for her on 11-12-86.”
11/29 _____. My Golden Dreams. 2 cuts.
11/30-32 _____. My Heart Cries for You. Claude Casey – vocal, Slim Bailey – piano, Homer Christopher – accordion, Raymond Tinsley – saxophone, Bart Roswell – bass, Ernie Towers – guitar. 3 copies.
11/33 _____. Numbers. Performed by Claude Casey. WBT-CBS, Charlotte; WGAC, Augusta; WFBC-TV, Greenville. Records & movies.
11/34 _____. Oh Yes Take Another Guess, Just a Message, Let Me Hear You Say “I Love You”, and Just a Message.
12/1 _____. Put Me in Your Pocket.
12/2-4 _____. Rubber Dolly, As Long as You Believe In Me, Long Lonesome Road, and Savannah River Rag. Claude Casey & His Sagedusters. 3 copies.
12/5-6 _____. 2 tapes that say "Side 1" and "Side 2." Complete WGAC broadcast with the Sagedusters. Includes Rubber Dolly, Savannah River Rag, As Long as You Believe in Me, and many others.
12/7 _____. Ruby Red Lips and I Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye. WBT/CBS “Carolina Calling.”
12/8 _____. Carolina Calling broadcast. Includes the Sagedusters.
12/9 _____. Rusty Cramer, Claude Casey, and K. Clark.
12/10 _____. Savannah River Rag.
12/11 _____. Savannah River Rag and Long Lonesome Road.
12/12 _____. Savannah River Rag, Long Lonesome Road, and Cloudy Skies.
12/12 _____. Am I Blue, Old Love Never Dies (Curtis Potter), Chicago Dancin' Girls, Then I Can Face Your Memory (Curtis Potter), 5 cuts of Savannah River Rag, You Never Get Tired of Hurting Me, It Doesn't Matter, I'm Living in Daydreams, Savannah River Rag, Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye.
12/13 _____. Savannah River Rag. Written by Claude Casey & Pete Etchison. Recorded RCA, 1952.
12/14 _____. Savannah River Rag. *Also on tape is Indian Love Call by Claude Casey.
12/15-17 _____. Savannah River Rag (written by Claude Casey, recorded on RCA). *Also on tape are Don Gibson singing Long Lonesome Road, Cloudy Skies (written by Claude Casey, Dahle, & Mulligan) and You’re Gonna Be Sorry performed by Claude Casey (written by Claude Casey & C. Collins). 3 copies.
12/18-19 _____. Sleepy Rio Grande and Trouble in Mind. Kelland Clark, instrumental, and Claude Casey, vocalist. 2 copies.
12/20 _____. Softly & Tenderly.
12/21-22 _____. Softly & Tenderly. Claude Casey and Charlie Duvall. 2 copies.
12/23 _____. Why Should I Cry Over You? Casey sings this in a slightly different style. Tape labeled, "save."
12/24-25 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. Includes: Last Letter- 2 cuts; Right or Wrong; I Bet My Heart; Trouble in Mind; My Life's Been a Pleasure; Please Don't Leave Me; Little Coquette; End of the Trail; Any Old Time; Why Should I Cry Over You?; Waterloo; Just Dropped in to say Goodbye; Send Me the Pillow; Ride in My Little Red Wagon; Just a Message; Days are Long, Nights are Lonely; Wings like an Angel; Sleepy Rio Grande; HillBilly Gal; Savannah River Rag; Standing Outside of Heaven; What's Going to Happen to Me?; Deep Water; Deep Blues; Riding Down the Canyon; Adobe Hacienda; Look in the Lookin' Glass; Foggy River; Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain; 100 Years from Now; Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop; Me, Myself, and I. 2 of 13 tapes.
12/26-27 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. Includes: Rubber Dolly; As Long As You Believe in Me; Let's Go To Church this Sunday; I Still Do; Tears on My Pillow; etc. 2 of 13 tapes.
12/28 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 1 of 13 tapes.
12/29 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. Includes: Western Film Fair Commercial; I Still Do; HillBilly Gal; Living in Daydreams; Yodelin' Blues; Send Me the Pillow; Indian Love Call; Someday/Want Me to Want You; Why Should I Cry Over You?; Carolina Calling outro; Let's Go To Church this Sunday; Accordian Swing; Happy Rovin' Cowboy; Ruby Red Lips; Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye; I Want My Rib; It Doesn't Matter; Deep Blues; Looking at the Moon Through a Teardrop; Talk it Over with My Heart; I Bet My Heart; Jukebox Gal; Me, Myself, and I; Look in the Lookin' Glass. 1 of 13 tapes.
12/30 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 1 of 13 tapes.
12/31 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 1 of 13 tapes.
12/32 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 1 of 13 tapes.
12/33-34 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 2 of 13 tapes.
13/1 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 13 tapes.
13/2 _____. Songs Sung by Claude Casey. 13 tapes.
13/3-8 _____. Song by Claude Casey and others. 6 tapes.
13/9-10 _____. Standing Outside of Heaven. Claude Casey with the Tennessee Ramblers. From WBT/CBS Network, Charlotte, N.C. Early 1940s. 2 copies.
13/11-12 _____. Swinging with Gilbert and Let Me Hear You Say I Love You. 2 copies.
13/13 _____. Tears on My Pillow, Accordion Swing, and Savannah River Rag. With Emmett Miller.
13/14-16 _____. Tears on My Pillow and Little Coquette. 3 copies.
13/17-18 _____. "Claude Casey sings Little Coquette & Tears on My Pillow with Rusty Cramer and Jim Baum." (Also includes Riding Down the Canyon.) 2 copies.
13/19-21 _____. Tears on My Pillow and As Long as You Believe in Me. 3 copies.
13/22 _____. The Things That Have Been and Let Me Hear You Say I Love You. “Save. 3 cuts. Master tape.”
13/23 _____. The Things that Might Have Been. 2 cuts.
13/24-25 _____. Trouble in Mind. 2 copies. Copies are dated 14/NF7/84, and 1/19/84.
13/26 _____. Two Little Girls with Golden Curls, Yodeling Blues, Send Me the Pillow You Dream On, and Road Weary Hobo.
13/27 _____. Yodeling Blues and others. H. Christopher, R. Massel, Gaashee Halden, and Bart Garneel.
13/28-29 _____. Yodelin’ Blues and Send Me the Pillow. Claude Casey & the Sagedusters. Done in movie Square Dance Jubilee. 1949.2 copies.
13/30-31 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry. 2 copies.
13/32 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry. Claude Casey and His Pine State Playboys. Bluebird A-8608-A.
13/33-34 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry (Bluebird A-8608-A) and I’ll Always Love You (B-8608-B). Claude Casey & His Pine State Playboys. 4 copies.
14/1-2 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry (Bluebird A-8608-A) and I’ll Always Love You (B-8608-B). Claude Casey & His Pine State Playboys. 4 copies.
14/3 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry, Juke Box Gal, Standing Outside of Heaven, Lookin’ at the Moon, Rubber Dolly (Side 1); Me, Myself and I, Hillbilly Gal, Tears of My Pillow, Look In the Lookin’ Glass, and Tell Me What’s Wrong With Me Now (Side 2). “Claude Casey with various groups from early 1940s thru 50s. (Attached sheet explains who is who).”
14/4-5 _____. You’re Gonna Be Sorry and My Heart Cries for You. 2 copies .
14/6 _____. WGAC Augusta. 12:30 news. Claude Casey and His Sagedusters. OG Johnson guests to 11:00 pm.
14/7 _____. What’s Going to Happen to Me, Deep Blue, Uncle Noah Ark, Honey Song, Deep Water, It Wouldn’t Be Same with Out You, Give Me Wings Like an Angel, and Precious Little Sonnie Boy.
14/8-9 _____. Why Should I Cry Over You. Written by Zeke Clements. “Sung by Claude Casey on 9-24-92 @ 80 [years] of age.” 2 copies .
14/10 _____. Why Should I Cry Over You, Tears on My Pillow, Right or Wrong, Sleepy Rio Grande, and Texas Plains .
Box/Tape
ii) Performances by Other Artists
14/11 "Huggin', Squeezin', Kissin', Teasin'" Wilf Carter. RCA Victor 47-5045.
14/12 Chet & Friends.
14/13 Cramer, Rusty. 3 Times Around on Guitar. (And Vocals when up)
14/14-16 Fountain, Pete. 3 tapes.
14/17 The Georgia Crackers. The Georgia Black Bottom and Riley the Furniture Man.
14/18 _____. Cloudy Skies (written by Claude Casey, Dahle, & Mulligan).
14/19 _____. Cloudy Skies (written by Claude Casey, Dahle, & Mulligan) and Let Me Hear Your Say I Love You (written by Claude Casey & Pitts).
14/20 _____. Cloudy Skies, Look In the Looking Glass at You (Sung by Fred Rose; written by Casey & Foree), Standing Outside of Heaven (Sung by Claude Casey, D. White, and Cecil Campbell & the Tennessee Ramblers), I Still Do (Sung on CBS by Claude Casey, Don White, Cecil Campbell & the Tennessee Ramblers), and Texas Blues (Fox Willing & the Raiders of the Purple Sage) (Side 1); End of the Trail, My Hear Cries for You, Yodeling Blues, Send Me the Pillow You Dream On, and It Doesn’t Matter (Side 2). Tape says “Save, Save.”
14/21-24 _____. Music: Django & Grapelli. 4 copies. On reverse: "History of Django- 1928-53. Radio CKUA-Edmonton, Alberta. Narrator: John Reeves."
14/25 Grappelli, Stephane. BBC. Includes Joe Venuti and George Barnes on reverse.
14/26 _____. Grappelli and Clark.
15/1 _____. Grappelli and Dave Grissam. John Morgan Quartet. 11, 1978.
15/2 _____. Grappelli and Marc Fosset.
15/3 _____. Grappelli and Joe Pass (guitar).
15/4 Griffen, Rex, Clayton McMichen, and the Georgia Wildcats. Side A: The Lovesick Blues; My Hill Billy Baby; Sweet Bunch of Daisies; Dreamy Georgiana Moon; I Want My Rib.
15/5 Hutto, Ray. Guitar.
15/6 Innis, Louis, and the Innis Clan. Look In the Looking Glass at You. Sterling 207.
15/7-8 Isley, Larry. 2 copies.
15/9-12 LaGrene, Birelli (guitar). Recorded in Berlin in ’80, ’81, ’82; Guitarist age: 13, 14, 15. 4 copies.
15/13-14 McMichen, Clayton, and the Georgia Wildcats. 2 copies with no track listing.
15/15 McMichen, Clayton, and the Georgia Wildcats.
15/16 Miller, Emmett. Emmett Miller. 1. I Ain’t Got Nobody (Okeh, 1928); 2. Lovesick Blues (Okeh, 1928); 3. Lovin’ Sam (Okeh, 1928); 4. Big Bad Bill is Sweet Williams Now (Okeh, 1928); 5. Anytime (Bluebird, 1936); 6. The Gypsy (Bluebird, 1936); 7. I Ain’t Got Nobody (Bluebird, 1936); 8. Right or Wrong (Bluebird, 1936). Taped for Claude Casey, 8/86, by Charles Wolfe.
15/17 _____. The Medicine Show with Emmett Miller. Act #1 & #2.
15/18 _____. Songs Sung by Emmett Miller.
15/19-20 Mills Brothers. 2 tapes. 1 tape has “Kay Star” written on front.
15/21-23 Oklahoma Wranglers. Savannah River Rag. Written by Claude Casey & Pete Tonto. RCA Victor 20-4376. 3 copies.
15/24 Penny, Hank. The Very Funny Side of Hank Penny. Pen-Sound. PSC 101.
15/25 Penny, Hank, Hal Southern, Harold Hensley, Roy Lanham, and Rome Johnson. *Merle Travis on back.
15/26 Powers, Freddie, Susie Bagguss, and Merle Haggard.
15/27 Price, Ray. You’re Nobody Till Somebody Loves You and I’m in the Mood for Love.
15/28 Roberts, Jim. Any Time. *Also on tape is Bar on Hill Love Song by Ed Bruce.
15/29-30 Rogers, Gamble. Orange Blossom Special. 2 copies.
15/31-32 Rogers, Terry. 2 copies without track listing.
15/33-34 _____. Don’t You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me, Visions of You, and Lying in the Hurt. 2 copies.
16/1-2 Rouse, Ervin. 2 copies.
16/3 Rouse, Ervin, and Gordon Rouse. Orange Blossom Special. Ervin 23 years old, Gordon 25 years old.
16/4-5 Rouse, Ervin, Gordon Rouse, and Earl Rouse. 2 copies.
16/6 Rose, Fred. Look in the Lookin’ Glass. Written by Claude Casey and Mel Foree.
16/7 Russell, Jane, Connie Haines, Della Russell, and Beryl Davis. Don Gibson on 2 songs.
16/8 Sherill, Homer Pappy. Orange Blossom Special.
16/9-11 Slatkin, Felix. Maiden’s Prayer (Fiddle solo by Gordon Terry) and Orange Blossom Special. 3 copies.
16/12 Smith, Oscar. “From Oscar Smith to My Best fiend [sic] Claude Casey.” Gwen Armusson fiddle player on Side B.
16/13 Teddy and Mary. Brings Back Old Time Favorites. Side 1: When God Dips His Love in My Heart; Amazing Grace; Camping in Canaanland. Side 2: He Will Set Your Fields On Fire; How Beautiful Heaven Must Be; I’ll Fly Away. TP-5491 C0950.
16/14 Tennessee Ernie Ford Show Featuring Harold Hensley.
16/15 Venuti, Joe, and George Barnes. Concord, Cal. GEMS. * Also on back of Stephane Grappelli.
16/16-17 The Willis Brothers. Savannah River Rag. 2 copies.
16/18 ________. "Savannah River Rag" written by Claude Casey & Pete Etchison - Recorded on RCA, 1953. "Bob" handwritten in bottom right corner of tape label.
16/19 Wills, Bob. Right or Wrong. *Also on tape is Ragged but Right by Riley Puckett. 2/9/84.
16/20-21 Unknown performer. Any Time. 2 copies.
16/22 ________. Cowboys Sweetheart; Time Changes Everything; Hootsnes.
16/23 ________. Days Are Long.
Box/Tape
iii) Interviews and Audio Correspondence
17/1 Broom Lee and Claude Casey.
17/2 Casey “Get-Together.” June 1, 1989.
17/3 Claude. From Claude and Ruth.
17/4 Claude Casey 7-85 (Side 1). Claude Casey, H. Smith, Dean Story, and BQT (Side 2).
17/5 _____. Claude Casey, John Hutto, and Ray Hutto. At Claude’s house. Summer 1986.
17/7 _____. Claude Casey with song reverb & 2 guitars add.
17/8 _____. Hitch-Hike Trip to Texas. Larry Isley and Claude Casey. 1-29-83.
17/9 _____. Larry Isley and Claude Casey. 1-29-83.
17/10 _____. Hobo Bill. Claude and Rusty Cramer.
17/11-12 _____. Records & Transcriptions. Dolby (B). 2 copies.
17/13 Waterloo.
17/14 Claude Casey narrating in between performances of his songs. Tape labeled “Side 1” and “Side 2.”
17/15-18 Briarhoppers & Friends. Roundtable discussion. Unedited. Recorded July 18, 1985 @ Metrotape, Inc. 4 tapes. (8 sides).
17/19 Claude Casey interviewing Gene Autry at WKTC, Charlotte, N.C. (1960).
17/20 Claude Casey interviewed by Seay and Ansel Garrett. 7-6-85.
17/21-22 Claude Casey interview with Pa Johnson. February 22, 1983. 2 copies. One copy is master copy.
17/23 Interviews/Claude Casey with Lash Larue, Scott Wiseman, and others. July 1980.
17/24 Briarhoppers letter to Claude Casey and old time variety program. (Side 1). Standing Outside of Heaven, Tennessee Ramblers with Claude Casey CBS “Carolina Hayride” (Side 2).
Box/Tape
iv) Biographies and Family Histories
18/1-2 _____. Claude Casey #1 tape. 2 copies.
18/3 _____. In the Valley (Side 1). Hobo from Roanoke, Lynchburg, to Danville, Tape 2 (Side 2).
18/4 Johnston Flour Mill Christmas Program. Handwritten on label: Mike Casey, WJES AM.
18/5 "Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer." Mike Casey- Age 3 years."
18/5-6 Casey, Ruth; Everette Derrick, and Ernest Derrick. 8-8-83. 2 copies.
18/8 Entro, by Ruth. Save.
18/9 Tape labeled "Save." Claude Casey talks about his family's genealogy.
18/10 Unlabeled tape. Claude Casey interviews his two Sisters at a lake.
18/11-12 Claude Casey’s life story. 2 tapes.
Box/Tape
v) Miscellaneous
18/13 Aiken 7/13/92.
18/14 Amos ‘N Andy.
18/15 A. City Limit.
18/16 Unknown. Could be a recording from the Western Film Fair.
18/17 Tape labeled "Save."
18/18 One unlabeled tape.
Box/Tape
a) Festivals
18/19 Charlotte Country Music Story – Tape 1.
18/20 Charlotte Country Music Story – Tape 2.
18/21-22 Western Film Fair. July 11, 12, and 13. 1985. 2 copies.
Box/Tape
b) Other
Box/Tape
c) Unidentified
18/23 “Fingerpickin’ Good”. Roger Bellow, Stan Kennedy, and Jay Ackerman. WSCI FM 89.3, Charleston.

D. Reel-to-Reel

Location Contents
19/N.F. Battery, Buffalo, Claude Casey, and J. B.
19/N.F. Brasfield, Rod. “Rod’s Trip to Chicago.” To W.gus. Recorded on Tape by Toby Reese. Augusta. Contained in a small envelope.
19/N.F. Casey, Claude, and George Hamilton. 4th. Ballentine Motors' Hillbilly Hit Parade.
19/N.F. Casey, Claude, and Fred Kirby. Ballentine Motors' Hillbilly Hit Parade.
19/N.F. Casey, Claude, M. C., and Nell McBride. Ballentine Motors' Hillbilly Hit Parade.
19/N.F. Casey, Claude, Gib Young, and Gilbert. Hottest Little Baby. Claude Casey and Gib Young swing with Gilbert. Gib Young in action.
19/N.F. Claude Casey Program. The Old Country Church. Larger reel.
19/N.F. Claude Casey Promo for Fun Show. Small reel.
19/N.F. Claude Casey Promo for Opry show. Small reel.
19/N.F. Church Bells.
19/N.F. Clark. Larger reel. 2 copies.
19/N.F. Comedy. CAC 7/61. Larger reel.
19/N.F. Country Crossroads. #47-85. Air date: 11/22/85 thru 11/28/85. Mono. Sheet of paper indicates song list. Country Crossroads Opening Theme (PMS Music, ASCAP); Cool Water (Sons of the Pioneers); Dead Heat (PMS Music, ASCAP); Call of the Wild (Sons of the Pioneers); Blue Shadows on the Trail (Sons of the Pioneers); One More Ride (Sons of the Pioneers); Boom, Boom (PMS Music, ASCAP); Saddle Up (Sons of the Pioneers); Nostalgia (PMS Music, ASCAP); Vaya con dios (Sons of the Pioneers); Country Crossroads Closing Theme (PMS Music, ASCAP). Larger reel.
19/N.F. Promo. Bob Luman. Small reel.
19/N.F. Sagedusters. Master tape. Floyd Lacewell, Pete Tonto, Otis Manley, and Claude Casey, 1951. Mike was 4 years old. 1) Rubber Doll (Otis Manley on fiddle); 2) Savannah River Rag (Solo C. Casey); 3) As Long as You Believe in Me (Casey & Floyd Lacewell; 4) If Teardrop were Pennies (Claude-Pete); 5) Mr. Moon (Pete (Tonto) Etcheson; 6) When the Saints Go Marching In (Group). Sheet of paper in box with reel. Larger reel.
19/N.F. Sagedusters. WGAC, Augusta, GA, 1951. “Manna in the Morning.” 4:30 minute devotional programs. Produced and distributed by Southern Baptists’ Radio and Television Commission, Fort Worth, Texas. Paul M. Stevens, Director. Larger reel.
19/N.F. The Swanee Quintet. WGAC, Augusta, Ga. 1952. Larger reel.
19/N.F. Willis, Hal. Small reel. In box from Hal Willis addressed to Claude Casey. A picture of Hal Willis is included in the box with a greeting to Claude Casey.
20/N.F. Benntte, Paul.
20/N.F. Casey, Claude. 1) Looking at the Moon Cast ?; 2) Talk it Over with my Heart; 3) I Bet My Heart; 4) Me, Myself, and I cut. Larger reel.
20/N.F. Casey, Claude, and Ray Crisp. Ballentine Motors' Hillbilly Hit Parade.
20/N.F. Claude Casey narrating a Friedman's Jeweler's advertisement.
20/N.F. Kallis Jean. 1961-62. Larger reel.
20/N.F. Lee Broome and Claude [Casey].
20/N.F. Navy.
20/N.F. Rooster Promo Bell audition?
20/N.F. Round Robbin [sic] Tape. Larger reel.
20/N.F. 2 copies. Master copy in box titled Stepping Out Again with the U.S. Navy. Copy of master tape in box with Coke label. Larger reel.
20/N.F. Scotts. 3 cuts. Larger reel.
20/N.F. Southland Jubilee Singers. Municipal Association of South Carolina P. S. A. Radio cuts: 1) :30 Sagebrush; 2) :30 Imagine for a Moment; 3) :60 The Fuel is You; 4) :30 Imagine what would Happen. WBT, 1943. Later called The Four Knight’s with Oscar Brodway. Crutchfield announcing.
20/N.F. The Swanee Quintet. WGAC, Augusta, Georgia, 1952. Parts 1 and 2.

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