This time, very various records. SLIM DOSSEY hailed from Kentucky, but settled in Kirkland, Washington, late ’40s, where he had his own TV show. He was at one time a member of Smokey Rogers Western Caravan. Here you will find his Tubb (Ernest?) penned « Don’t stand just there« . on the JR (Seattle) label. Romping music!
Slim Dossey « Don’t just stand there«  download
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From Ohio, and in 1965, RALPH BUSH and the Brushwackers. He had one 4-track session for C-Flat (distributed by RCA), and three tracks are offered there. All fine Hillbilly boppers. « I’ve got the bluest feeling » (8543), « Troubles » (8544) and « My eyes don’t cry » (8545).
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Ralph Bush « Troubles« download Ralph Bush « My eyes don’t cry« http://www.bopping.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/RALPH-BUSH-MY-EYES-DONT-CRY.mp3download
From Washington state does come FRANK OLE’SHAY (real name Oleachea). With his brother Ernie, they had 12 issues on Four Star Blue Mountain OP- customs. Here are his best sides, »Love , love, love me, honey do » and « My baby’s not here in town tonight » (# 293) from 1958. Fine hillbilly rockers.
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Frank Ole’shay« Love, love, love me, honey do« download
Frank Ole’Shay « My baby’s not here in town tonight« 
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From Texas, COTTON THOMPSON (« Jelly roll blues« ) on Houston’s Freedom 1010. Thompson also had the great « How long » on Gold Star.
Cotton Thompson « Jelly roll blues« 
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Jim Fullen « I’ve gone crazy« download
Finally JIM FULLEN on the Deluxe label # 2015 and « I’ve gone crazy » from 1954. Fullen later recorded as Jimmie John, »Rosie’s back again » on Dot.
 It is not at all sure he’s the same Jimmie John who had « Solid rock » in 1958 on the Newark, Ohio, ZZ label.deluxe 2015 jim fullen I've gone crazy