The Burdette Land label out of Richmond, KY, must have been one of the scarcest to the day: it  issued only two discs in 1960, although one was even reviewed (Pratt Bros.) in the August 29th, 1960 C&W edition of Billboard. So the promotion has surely have been correctly made, since NYC critics did get the record.

First issue was by HUBERT BARNARD (# 3000-1/2-A/B) and coupled one country side, « The man of the road » (partly written by Burdette Land), an unheard tune, and a more interesting side, « Boy She has gone« , rockabilly/rocker, which even found its way on a European compilation (« Hillbilly jukebox »).

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Hubert Barnard, « Boy she has gone » download burdette 3000-2-B hubert barnard boy she has gone

 

 

Second and last issue for the label was by the PRATT BROS. apparently Eugene (writer of both sides) and vocalist Vernis, backed for the rockabilly side by « The Rocking 5 ». I  didn’t hear « Go find your love« , apparently a rocker, thus « The wind told me so » was average rural rockabilly. Hear them. And that was it. A really short affair in time.

Pratt Bros. & the Rocking 5, « The wind told me so » download

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Source: 45rpm.com, the Dan DeClark site for Ohio Valley records. Also RCS.