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Colorado Musician Index: Nelson thru Russell

Bonnie Nelson

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Crispy Nelson
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Susan Nelson

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Suzanne Nelson and Craig Donaldson

Great American 117 – Go With the Nuggets b/w Go With the Nuggets (instrumental) 1976
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The Nestor Haven Band

LP – Icarus Records – One Lane Bridge – 1983

Net Shaker

7-inch 33 1/3 – Sleeping Giant Glossolalia SGG-023 – “Crushroom” b/w “Walk and Sing” – 2012

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The New Christy Minstrels

Their very first single in 1963, “Denver” – It failed to chart nationally but sailed to the top of Denver’s KIMN Radio’s Top 50 – remaining at number 1 for 3 weeks.  It did creep onto the “Bubbling Under” Billboard charts for a single week at number 127.

45 – Columbia 4-42673 – “Denver”

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The New Direction

All members of the New Direction migrated to the Denver area where they formed and recorded in Thornton, Colorado. Members included Jerry Lamonica formerly with The Big Sky (sax/piano), Doris Cole (vocals), George Ridley (guitar), Ron Sallee formerly with The Spectres (drums), Robbie Bernstein (keyboards), and Jim Casey formerly with Casey and The String Busters – and Buck Owens.
LP – Chase Records 101 – Now & Then
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The New Establishment

At Friday’s Nite Club – 1980

The New Mobile Strugglers

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The Newcomers

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Joe Newell

LP – Jack The Bear Records – Local Boys First
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The New Riders of the Purple Sage

Former Dener Soul Survivors Allen Kemp and Patrick Shanahan joined up with this West Coast group in the early 1980’s by which time the charting success days were long-past.

45 – A&M 2327 – Night for Making Love b/w Fly Right – 1981

45 – A&M 2352 – No Other Love b/w Full Moon at Midnite – 1981

LP – A&M 4818 – Feelin’ Alright – 1980

 

The New World Blues Dictionary

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The NG’s (Walsenburg)

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Ron Nichold’s Country IV

Colorado country band who appeared in the 1970 Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame promotion event.

The Nickel Matchbox (Denver)

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The Night Beats (Denver)

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The Night Caps (Greeley)

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The Nitelites

At the College Inn

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

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Tom Nix

45 – RMA 6009 – “Home Along the Highway” Promo

45 – Gold Leat GLM 0502 – “Lady Luck” b/w “No Time to Say Goodbye”

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No Doubt About It

12-Inch – Doubtless 000 – “Young Boys” b/w “All the Girls” – 1984

Cindy Noe

45 – Aire Stream A S005 – “Drive It On Home”

Ce Ce Noll

45 – “Christmas At Home”

The Nomads (Denver/Boulder)

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The No Names

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The NORAD Command Band

45 EP – NORAD Tracks Santa Clause – 1968

45 EP – NORAD MFN-61 – Partners In Defense

LP – NORAD – Songs of Our Countries
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LP – NORAD NBCH-62-1 – “The NORAD Band at Carnegie Hall” – 1962

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LP – Norad – Music From Norad (with insert photo)


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LP – NORAD 65-1 – “Exciting Sounds from NORAD – 1965

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LP – NORAD 65-11 – The NORAD Cavalcade of Music – Live” – 1965
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LP – NORAD – Ballads and Brass

LP – NORAD – Mountain of Music

78 – NORAD 78 – Partners in Defense (Official NORAD March) – The U.S. Army Band and Soldier’s Chorus b/w Partners In Defense (instrumental) – The U.S. Marine Band

Jonas Nordwall & Patti Simon

These are two out-of-state artists (Portland and Seattle) who performed on this commercial release for the newly opened Organ Grinder restaurant in Denver, Colorado

LP – Organ Grinder 101 – “Organ Grinder Pizza – Hurdy Gurdy Shop”

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The Northside Moss

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Now

LP – Now – 1987

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The Nu Two

45 Extended Play – Summit Studios – Fraternity Hymn – Taus They Are A Comin’ b/w A Sister’s Dream – All Taus Are Together
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Gary Neubel

LP -Starstream RTR-8260 – “Colorado Rocks” – KPKE with various Colorado Artists

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Northern Colorado Chapter of American Historical Society of Germans From Russia (Greeley)

LP – Baxter Wall – “Lobsinget Den Herren!” – 1975

LP – Baxter Wall 88-22 – “Geboren, Gestorben, Auferstanden Lent and Easter Songs” – 1978

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LP – Baxter Wall – “Wolga Gesangbuch Lieder” – 1979

Order Sheet for the above three LP’s:

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Antonio Lozano Nunez

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The Nu-Sett (Denver)

The Nu-Sett was a late sixties combo who performed the full gamut of nightclub music including lounge, pop, rock ‘n roll, jazz mixed with some comedy routines. The group included Chuck Mills from The Mastertones/Monarchs on Band Box. Chuck is yet another artist who grew up in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Buddy Brown grew up in Denver attending Mitchell Elementary School in Denver and then Denver Manual High. He was an Adams State College student. Scotty Roberts came from Illinois, played Denver nightclubs and then joined up with Scotty. Rod Jenkins was a University of Colorado graduate and he played with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra for a short time.

Buddy Brown – multiple instruments (Steppin’ Brothers – Capricios)
Scotty Roberts – bass (Sierras – Capricios)
Chuck Mills – guitar (Mastertones – Monarchs – Milt Watson’s Wildest Clan)
Rod Jenkins – percussion (Contrasts – Sunshineward – Astronauts)

LP – Inn Timate 1001 – An Inn Timate Evening with the Unpredictable Nu-Sett

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NYSSUN – Boulder

45 – Northstar 4818 – “How I Am” b/w “Luck”

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Tom O’Boyle

Tom appeared at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs.

LP – Devlin Productions CS-06 – Nine Ragtime Masterpieces Scott Joplin – 1974

45 – Devlin 36265 – The Entertainer b/w Pine Apple Rag – 1974

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45 – Golden Bee – “Dizzy Fingers” b/w “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling”

Tim O’Brien

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The Obvious (Durango)

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Sonny O’Brien

45 – Cougar CR 007 – Lucky Ol’ Colorado – 1983

Tim & Mollie O’Brien

LP – Sugar Hill 3766 – “Take Me Back” – 1985
Recorded at Colorado Sound Studios in Denver, Colorado
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Jean O’Dell

At the Santa Anita Supper Club

The Bruce Odland Big Band

LP – XO Records – Crossover
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Herman Odom with The Arabian Knights

45 – Melodia BG-1608 – “Missing You” b/w “Don’t Mind the Other Fellow’s Business”

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Herman Odom/Haskall Sadler with the Mellowtones

45 – Melodia BG – “You Can’t Take It Out Of This World” b/w “Bald Headed Woman”

Dennis Michael O’Donnell

45 – O’Donnell Productions 17 – Building a Castle b/w My Life Begins – 1988
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45 – O’Donnell Productions 18 – Save The Children b/w Today’s Last Day – 1988
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Kay O’Donnell

45 – Signet 45-001 – “I’ll Kiss the Tears” b/w “That’s How You’re Waiting for Me”

Offspring (North Denver)

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Okolitza Tamburitzans (Pueblo)

Members:

Mary Ann Miklich (cello) – Tracy Cervi  – John Deverich – Mike Deverich – Mike Lamb – Denise Miketa – Terrianee Miketa – Mark Oreskovich (Brag I, II, II) – Jacque Deverich – Terry Javornik – Sara Kelly – Lisa Miketa – Janine Tice (Prim I, II, III) – Mike Miketa (Bugarija) – Charlie Ames (bass)

LP – C-1953 – “Carousel” – late 1970’s

Jim Oliver

Musicians:

Diane Sanchez – Diana Geoffries – Luanne Scarbrough – Mike Beasley – Rich Mouser – Tom Gregor – Mike Cline – Don Rambler – Bill Whitaker – Anthony Davis – Warren Groff – Chuck Lucas – John Marquett – Tiny Barge – Jayne Barney

LP – Runaway 607065 – “Runaway Children” – 1086

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45 – Aspen AP 2601 – “Julie’s Song” b/w “Sweet Country Woman” – 1978

“Boogie” Bob Olson

He attended the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley – This is his 1969 LP recorded in Denver
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The O.M.I. Express (Old Miner’s Inn – Creede, Colorado)

Members:

Jim Lamb – guitar
Sam Hendricks – keyboards
Ron Ueckert – bass
Dave Arnold – drums

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Tom Robinson – sax

LP – Mumbo Jumbo 43403 – No Brakes

One Inch Tall

45 EP – King Bee OIT-001 – “Tommy” b/w “Pipe Dreams/Keep In Touch” – 1999

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The Orange Fanatics

7-Inch 33 1/3 – Java Court – “The Sons of Elway” b/w TJ & The Crushers” – 1984

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The Original Rabbits

LP – Rabbit Trax Records 45655 – “Tails From the Big Green” – 1986
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The Original Stablemen

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Orlie and The Saints (Denver)

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Stacie Orrico (Louisville)

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Stacie grew up in the town of Louisville just east of Boulder, Colorado.  She first sang at age 12 in Estes, Colorado in a Christian based event, was discovered there and in short time recorded a hugely successful debut LP “Genuine”.

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The Ortega Brothers (Pueblo)

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Louie Ortiz (with 4-Play) (Pueblo)

45 – AFC West L&S 001 – “We Really Love Our Broncos” b/w “Sugar” – 1987 (with picture sleeve)

45 – L&S 002 – Heartbreak Rhythm/Love Me Today

Tami Osborne

Musicians: Tami Osborne (guitar/vocals) – Dwight Oyer (guitar) – Michael Berry (drums) – Billy Roland (piano) – LInda Biery (piano) – Rick Moody (flute) – Keven Fallow (guitar)

LP – Eaglegear EP 001 – “Chasin’ Rainbows” – 1978

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Karen Osburn
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

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“Karen comes from a musical family.  Her father Jerry was a songwriter and great artist.  He had his own TV show “The Riders Of The Rockies”that aired in the 1950’s both locally and nationally on Denver’s  Own Channel Two.  Karen has a large immediate family including eight children and twenty one grandchildren. She and her band entertain a few times a month around the Denver Metro area.  Karen and her band perform every Thursday night at Lupitas Restaurant near Colfax and Peoria Streets in Aurora.  At this venue, Karen displays an amazing connection with her audience, attracting faithful fans of her music.”

Read her entire biography here

Shad O’Shea

45 – Fraternity 3381 – Colorado Call – 1976

The Other Brothers

Dr. Bob Endersen and Ed DeVilbiss – Competed in the 1965 summer Show Wagon competition

The Other Side Of Time

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Otto & Klaus

This LP was recorded in Aurora Colorado’s Hofbrauhaus – Otto migrated from Rumania and Klaus from Germany
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The Ouds (Colorado Springs)

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Our Gang – Colorado Springs

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The Outcasts

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The Outriggers – Denver

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John Overton and ALMA (Center, Colorado)

45 – Fastrack 6003 – “Louie, Louie”

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Gary Owens (KIMN DJ)

LP – Pride 2 – “Put Your Head On My Finger”

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The Ozark Mountain Daredevils

45 – A&M 16333 – Colorado Song – 1975

Eddie Pace

45 – Enterprise E-101 – “Faithful to You” b/w “The U-T Itch”

Lee Pace & Alvyra Tuttle (Colorado Springs)

Read all about Pace and Tuttle and more at Lisa Wheeler’s “North of Pueblo” Blog site

Lee Pace worked in the Springs as a newspaperman at the Colorado Springs News.  Alvyra passed away in 2004.

78 – Rec-O-Tour 105 – “Pikes Peak” – 1948

78 – Rec-O-Tour 106 – “The Denver Mountain Parks” – 1951

The Pacesetters (Fort Collins)

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Pacific Rim

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Mrs. Paige & The Pilgrim Rest Youth Choir

45 – Summit Studios – Jesus Will Fix It All b/w The Storm Is Passing Over
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Pamela

45 – Sugar Mule SM 10002 – “August” b/w “Hold Me Close” (with picture sleeve)

The Paper Taxi (Colorado Springs)

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Bud Parker & Pals

45 – Brand BR 100 – “Shep” b/w “Little Old Lady (& Little Old Man)”

Parking Lot Paul & His People

At Celebrity Lounge

Jim Parks

45 – Country Style CS 106 – “Alaska Home” b/w “Lord Help Us”

45 – Country Style CS 108 – “Baby That’s All” b/w “Cowboy’s Lovin’ Night”

The May Parsons Trio

At the Chez Paree

Passage

Members:

Dee Robinson (guitar) – John Faulkner (guitar) – Bill Kassis (bass) – Andy Gaither (drums)

LP – NTP – “Once is Not Enough” – 1984

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Kenny Passarelli

Kenny Passarelli

Kenny Passarelli

Born in Denver in 1949 – Kenny was a supreme bass guitar player who went on to record with Joe Walsh, Elton John and many others.  He was a co-composer on the Joe Walsh hit “Rocky Mountain Way” which reached #23 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1973.

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45 – RSO 869 – DJ “I’m Never Gonna Break Your Heart” – 1977

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Passarelli also co wrote “A Life Of Illusion” with Walsh in 1981 – Irish release is shown.

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Pat, John and Mel – Colorado Springs

They attended St. Mary’s in the Springs – starting off as “The Brandywine Singers”

Members:

Pat Faricy
John Griebel
Mel Perry

LP – “The Enianon Majority”

Paxton’s Back (Colorado Springs)

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Johnny Paycheck

45 – Epic 8-50469 – Colorado Cool-Aid – 1977

Albert Leon Payne
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Pat Peale with Will Graves & His Rhythm Rangers

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Pearce Arrow

Members: Brian Waters – Dave Pearce – Howard Cano – Carol VanNetta – Rich Carroll – Glen Whatley

(Not to be confused with national artists “Piece Arrow”

LP – Nova BMC-80104 – “Big Music America Contest” – 1980 (with various Colorado Artists)

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The Pearl Street Jazz Band (Boulder)

They started around 1976 performing around the Denver area and in Central City – Members included Jeff Frank (banjo), Phil Demaree (bass), Neil Fischer (trombone), Jim Moore (drums), Darrell Grant (piano), Bentley Taylor (clarinet) and Steve Bauman (clarinet), Lance Acker (clarinet – would go on to join the “Queen City Jazz Band”), Mike Varnscoy (piano).

LP – Proud Mother 34270 – Pearl Street Jazz Band – 1978
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LP – Proud Mother 36262 – “From Some Hot 78’s” – 1978

LP – Proud Mother 32058 – “Dixieland Album” – 1978

Jack Peck And His Bad Boys

At Roxy’s Lounge

The Peddlers

LP – AM Ped AP 1010 – “Live”

Penetration (Denver)

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Penny’s Worth of Now (Boulder)

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Perfect Future

  • Brenda Stephens (Overo)
  • John Crogan (Gif From God – Ostraca)
  • Matt Wojcik

45 – Ash From Sweat AFS #23 – Unitled (Flip Side by Wits End) – 2011

Perfect Strangers (Arvada)

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Bob Perry & The Sundowners
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

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45 – Bandera 1301 – “Can’t Hardly Wait” – b/w “Two Tiny Rings” – 1958

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45 – Bandera 1303 – “Weary Blues Goodbye” b/w “The Rest of My Life” – 1959

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45 – Bandera 1305 – “Don’t Say Those Things” b/w “It’s The Way You Are” – 1960

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45 – Top Rank RA 2063 – “Juke Box” b/w “Blue Tears”

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Jim Perry & The Hesitations

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The Dave Perter’s Trio

At Denver’s Oldest Bar

Gretchen Peters (Boulder)

Gretchen started off in Colorado and went on to a successful country career performing and writing for other artists including Randy Travis and Patty Loveless.

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The Hal Peters Trio

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Jim Peters
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Park Peters

LP – Rainfall 1010 – Positively Yours – 1982
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Rodeo Jim Peters with His Western Ramblers

Colorado country band who appeared in the 1970 Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame promotion event.

45 – Mountain Records of Colorado 303 – “Country Girl In a Mini-Skirt” b/w “To My Darling With Love”

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45 – Mountain Records of Colorado 304 – Just Whistling in the Dark b/w When You’re Alone

45 – Master 1115 – “Born to Be What I Am” b/w “Broken Heart Still Holds Love”

45 – Mountain Records of Colorado – 105 – “G. I. Sam In Viet Nam” b/w “My Companion”

Larry Peterson (The Red Baron)

45 – Outpouring OES001 – “The Farmer’s Lament” b/w “The Workin’ Man”

Kid Pharaoh

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Phase II (Pueblo)

EP 33 1/3 – Nightrider NR-101 – Goddess of Dreams – 1979

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The Pheffernuzy (Colorado Springs)

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Maxine Brown Phillips

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Bonnie Phipps (Boulder)

Bonnie is also a member of Colorado’s Mother Folkers.

“Bonnie Phipps has made her living through music since the 1980s. She has recorded and performed with The Colorado Folk Ensemble, which featured intricate arrangements with autoharp, cello, violin, and guitar. Pete Wernick (of Hot Rise fame) described the group’s sound as “Old Time New Age Chamber Music” — a blend of traditional, classical, and jazz elements. The ensemble toured for Columbia Artists Management doing community concerts around the Western states. They also played at many prestigious folk venues, including the Hudson River Revival, Philadelphia Folk Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Kerrville Folk Festival, Winfield Folk Festival, and Old Songs Festival.” (from her web site)

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LP – Kicking Mule 228 – Autoharpin’ 198
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LP – Kid’s Records KRL 1022 – “I Wuv You!” – 1986

Musicians: Bonnie Phipps (autoharp – vocals) – Scott Bennett (guitar) – Eric Levine (fiddle) – Duane Webster (bass) – Harry Bruckner (bass) – Mary Flower (dobro – Mary also released a solo LP) – Charlie Provenz (mandolin) – Dave Metsch (harmonica) – Doug Berch (dulcimer) – Karl Dise (concertina) – Nick Rossi (cello) – Marie Walker (banjo) – Brad Bowles (vocals) – Molly O’Brien (vocals) – & Kid’s Chorus

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Lynn Phipps
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

The Phipps Family

45 – PR 45-001 – “Love Forever” b/w “Going Away” (with picture sleeve)

Phish

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The Grateful Dead heirs have appeared in Colorado many times and have a huge cult-following here – The photo above is from a Colorado mountain town – trying to figure out which one (Crested Butte?) from 1988

Phoenix Rising

Group Members:

Tom Brawley – bass
Brian Woodrich – keyboards
Gerome Gilmer – keyboards
Randy Chavez – guitar
Larry Thompson – drums

LP – Back to Back – 1988 Colorado Songwriter’s Awards – 1988 (various artists)

Phroomf

Here is a commercial endeavor promoting a doll, a book and the record which was sponsored by Optimum Manufacturing in Denver – a company long-gone apparently. Same song is on both sides.
45 – Phroomf – Optimum Manufacturing, Inc. – Phroomf
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The Pick and Hammer Show

LP – “Denver Adventures in Blunderland” – 1962

Lee Picket & The Screamers

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Art Picozzi

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Suzanne “Soupy” Pierson

45 – Souperb SP 45-102 – “Twenty First Century Woman” b/w “A Story of Loving You”

William Pierson (Narrator)

LP – Review Corporation RV-1000 – “The Pain and the Pride – 200 Years of Marine Corps History” – 1974 (recorded in Denver)

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Pipe Dream

This record was cut in Eerie, Colorado. Nothing is known of the artist
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Piss Test

  • Dodrigo Diaz
  • Samantha Gladu (Dottie Attie – Shadowhouse)
  • Zach Brooks (Red Dons – Scott Baio Army – The Soda Pop Kids)

45 EP – Johnny Cat Mutant 010 – Piss Test – 2013

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Test Pressing from 1994

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The Platte River Jazz Band

Platte River formed in the mid 1970’s in Denver and played often in California as well. The group was comprised of Al Brisson (tuba), Bob Cooke (trumpet), Gordon Ellinger & Jack Cook (drums), Ray Leake (piano), Verne Beebe (trombone), Dennis Condreay (banjo) Bill Murray (piano) Dennis Condreay (banjo) and Bill Paantarelli (clarinet)

LP – PR 33014 – The Platte River Band Volume 1
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LP – PR 38702 – I’ll Be A Friend With Pleasure
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The Pleasant Street Blues Band (Denver)

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Barney Plotkin

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Plumb Loco

They released this LP in 1982 – Members included Russ Bergstrom (pedal steel), Eric Graf (piano), John Turner (percussion), Mickey Carey (vocals), Joe Wells (bass), Louie Finch (guitar) and Dan Wilson (guitar)
LP – Radiant Star 822 – Plumb Loco – 1982
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Poco

POCO

Country-Rock pioneer band Poco rose from the ashes of Buffalo Springfield when band members Richard Furay, Rusty Young and Jim Messina decided to launch their new band with the addition of George Grantham on drums and Randy Meisner on bass. The year was 1969 and the group truly had the ingredients for super group status.

Both Young and Grantham had been part of the Denver group The Boenzee Cryque and Meisner came through Colorado to first join up with The Poor in Denver who’s lineup included members of Denver’s Soul Survivors and The Moonrakers. Visit the Poco Discography Page for a complete overview.

The Bud Poindexter Trio

Appeared at the El Toro Supper Club on North Colorado Blvd. in 1959

At Le Cabaret

LP – JMI  – The Bud Poindexter Trio – Where There’s Bud – 1962

The Polaras (Denver)

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The Police (Denver)

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Pony

At Mr. Lucky’s – 1980

Joyce Marie Poole

LP – “Joyce Marie Sings Tears Of Love”

The Poor

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The Poor Boys

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Billy Poore

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Port Huron Statement

45 – Bob Dillon Records BDR 12 – “Maggies Farm” b/w “Lay Down” – 1984

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The Possumtrotters

Members: Sandy Jarrad (bass) – Jo-Ann Owens (banjo) – Lynn Massa -Buster Jenkins (fiddle) – Don Curtis (guitar)

Colorado country band who appeared in the 1970 Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame promotion event.

LP Big Sandy 742 – “Go Tell It On the Mountain” – 1973

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Elmer Possumtrot and the Possumtrotters

45 – Big Sandy 742 – The Little Old Green Valley b/w Old Blue – 1973
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45 – Big Sandy 743 – “Life of a Poor Boy” b/w “Stormy Horizons”

The Post War Baby Boom (Denver)

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Adrienne Posta

45 – Crested Butte 1207 – Dog Song b/w Express Yourself – 1973
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Potlatch (Colorado Springs)

LP – Startsong – Springs Music

Pott County Pork & Bean Band

LP – Fine Arts – Spreadin’ It – 1975

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Dan Pottenjack – (Pueblo)

45 – Dapam Plus 20703 – “Ain’t Givin Up” b/w “The Auctioneer”
(The label accidentally omitted Pottenjack’s name – and thus it was penciled in)
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Poverty Gulch

At Deserays – 1980

Prairie Moon

Prairie Moon formed in the late 1970’s anchored by Ann and Bob Ramsey. The Ramseys continued playing as a duo into the 21st Century. Today, Bob performs at the El Pacifico Restaurant in Grand Lake, Colorado. Ann resides in New Castle near Glenwood Springs. She says that she plays the fiddle for fun these days. She is studying graphic arts, and has written and illustrated three children’s books. You can visit her web site to witness her many talents. Also visit Bob’s web site.
LP – North Wind 1028 – Now Appearing – 1982
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The Prairie Wranglers

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The Precious Few

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The Preps

See the Band Box Record Label Discography

Don Preston

Preston was born in Denver but exited stage left at the age of 8.  He went on to play with Leon Russell, Joe Cocker, George Harrison and more.  He is not the Don Preston of the Mothers of Invention.

Pretty  in Pink & The Brass Taxx

45 – Airport RRL 22988 – “Angel Man (It’s My Garden)” – 1988

Greg Price

Denver area folk musician who performed in the 1979 Swallow Hill Music Organization benefit concert.

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Marion Price

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Pat Price

45 – J-Bo 45-358 – “Memory Day” b/w “It Took A Lot of Love (To Let You Go)

Ray Price

45 – Viva 7-29458 – Coors in Colorado – 1983

The Prickly Pair

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Prime Suspex – 1984

Bob Princeton & The Desperadoes

  • Bob Princeton – vocals/guitar
  • Dick Front – rhythm guitar
  • Max Hannum – keyboards
  • Ray Wilinski – bass
  • David Rodriguez – drums

LP – Table Mountain – Ladies, Loves & Legends – 1979

The Pringles

LP – Denim Diamonds 1004 – “Going Home to Colorado”
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Private Bo

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Private Life

LP – 52nd Street 6299 – Mental Image – 1986
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Michael Proctor

45 – Celesta – “A Tribute to Mother”

Promise (Boulder)

LP – Promise? – 1980

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Propinquity

Band Members: Jeff Harper, Pat Hubbard, Mel Stonebraker, Carla Sciaky, and Jason Potter
LP – Owl 4222 – Propinquity – 1972
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45 – Owl 4048 – People Come b/w Standing in the Doorway – 1971
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Joe Prunk

Appeared at Lakewood Gardens on West Colfax in 1960

The Psychedelic Syndicate (Denver)

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Pueblo Colorado

LP – American Artists AAS-1630 – “We Are the Heart”

The Pueblo Symphony Chorale

45 – Mel Recording Co. VM 5-5101 – “Lady of the Light” b/w “The Fourth Day”

LP – USA Gia MS-143 – “In Europe”

LP – USA Gia MS-144 – “The Pueblo Symphony Chorale”

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Puppetteer

Lona Melton (vocals) – Phillip LeLis (guitar) – Chris Hewitt (keyboards) – Milt Muth (bass) – Paul Winger (drums) – Nate Winger (drums)

45 – WaveRay WR 75001 – “Medallion/Outdated” b/w “All Turned Around/Don’t Want to Heart It” – 1987 (with picture sleeve)

LP – PMA Records MCF 5019 – Colorado Composers Classic Allstars – 1985

The Pussycats

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Chuck Pyle

Chuck passed away on November 6th, 2015

From Chuck’s biography:

“Chuck Pyle has won high praise from both fans and peers alike throughout an inspired performance career of over 40 years. When reviewers first gave him the “Zen Cowboy” moniker, he decided to, as he says, “Always ride the horse in the direction it’s going,” and took the nickname to heart, shaving his head and blending his upbeat perspective with old-fashioned horse sense. He mixes infectiously hummable melodies with straight-from-the-saddle poetry, quoting bumper stickers, proverbs, world leaders and old cowboys.

An accomplished songwriter, Chuck’s songs have been recorded by John Denver, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Suzy Bogguss. Country fans know him best for writing, “Cadillac Cowboy”, recorded by the late Chris LeDoux, and “Jaded Lover”, recorded by Jerry Jeff Walker.”

Chuck Pyle’s Obituary

LP – Urban Sound 781 – Drifter’s Wind
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Compositions

“Better Things” – Hoi Polloi – 1968

“Jaded Lover” – Jerry Jeff Walker – 1975

“I’ll Say I Love You” b/w “For The Rest of My Forever” – W. T. Hooker – 1979

“Real Love” – Maxine Watta – 1983

“Other Side of the Hill” – Rusty Wier – 1985

“Cadillac Cowboy – Chris Ledoux – 1992

LP – Camelrock – 1995

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CD LP – Spaces In Between

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CD LP – Keepin’ Time by the River – 1998

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Queen

The glamour rock band appeared on the campus of Regis College (now Regis University) in North Denver on April 16th, 1974 along with fellow U.K. band Mott the Hoople.

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The Queen City Jazz Band (1920’s – Denver)

Long before the other ACJB appeared – this group of musicians performed around Denver and were based in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood.

The Queen City Jazz Band

Appeared often at the Mon-Vue Village on West Alameda

The Queen City Jazz Band (Image from "The Denver Eye")

The Queen City Jazz Band (Image from “The Denver Eye”)This from Scott Yanow on the KEZW web site:

“The Queen City Jazz Band has been one of the longest-running active American dixieland-oriented bands of the past 40 years. They began with a weekend gig at a small roadhouse near Denver in 1958 originally called “Greg Allen’s Mon-Vue Village” and since that time has appeared at a countless number of festivals, clubs and on over 20 recordings for Audiophile and their own Happy Hairy Zeno Productions. The group has through the years gone through a lot of turnover; in fact none of the musicians on their 1966 Audiophile Lp was still performing with the band by 1975!

Mid 1960’s members included Dave Moldenhaurer (cornet), Steve Watson (tuba), Gordon Ellinger (drums), Mary Ann Kay (vocals), Lee Peters (clarinet), Ron Harrison (piano), Alan Frederickson (trombone, Bob Burdick (banjo), Herb Ordelheide (banjo), Ray Leake (piano), Bill Clark (tuba), Maurie Walker (banjo) and Jack Cook (drums).

The 1993 lineup consisted of the leader Bill Clark on tuba, trumpeter John Bartmann, Lance Acker on reeds, trombonist Mark Janicki, pianist Hank Troy, banjoist Jim Tracy, drummer Marl Shanahan and Wende Harston on vocals. Despite the change in personnel, the basic goal and style of the group has remained the same, drawing its inspiration from 1920’s jazz but developing its own sound within the tradition.”

LP – Zeno 94 – The Queen City Jazz Band of Denver Colorado
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LP – Zeno 98 – The Saints Go Stomping In
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LP – Zeno 100 – Here ‘Tis
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LP – Zeno 101 – Here ‘Tis Again
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LP – Zeno 104 – Everything Is Hotsy Totsy Now
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LP – Zeno 849 – 20 Years 1958 – 1978
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LP – Zeno 99 – The Queen City Ragtime Ensemble
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LP – Zeno – Everybody’s Rag – It Get’s You Going
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The Queen’s Men

Appeared at the Matinique in Arvada on Ralston Road in 1960

The San Quentin Five

Appeared at the Fireside Inn on East Colfax in 1957

The Quick

At Freddies – 1980

At the Buffalo Bar – 1980

Ginger Quillen

45 – Mountain 1060 – “If You Make Me Choose You’ll Lose” b/w “He Makes Me Feel Like a Woman”

Paul Quinichette (Denver)

See the Paul Quinichette Page

Harlan Quinn

LP – Sanpiper – “Harlan Quinn”

The Quintana Brothers Band (Pueblo)

Robert Quintana
Bernie Quintana
Dan Treanor (Steel City Blues Band – Crooks – Hungry Bear – Strange Cargo)
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Rex Romero

Eddie Rabbitt (Caribou Ranch)

The following LP and hit Single were recorded at the Caribou Ranch outside of Nederland:

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Don Rader

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The Radford-Lewis Band – Colorado Springs

45 – Garvelland 99 – Gold in the Rails b/w Whenever I’m Alone – 1979

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45 – Quality 10678 – “Cactus Wine” b/w “Old Man Looking Through A Young Man’s Eyes” – 1979

The Radiants (Pueblo)

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Pearl Rae

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LP – Raemax – “Welcome to the World”

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45- Raemax – Where Does The Summer Go b/w Where Have My Yesterdays Gone
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Rainbow Canyon

LP – Capitol 11272 – Rollin’ in the Rockies – 1974
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45 – Capitol 3836 – Invisible Song – Promotional – 1974
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45 – Capitol 3876 – Promotional – Hot to Hold You – 1974
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The Raindrops

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Marvin Rainwater

45 – Hornet 005 – Henryetta, Oklahoma b/w City of Angels
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Don Rainey

45 – BG 7678 – “Read Listen Learn Lesson 1” b/w “Read Listen Learn Lesson 2”
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The Rainy Daze (Denver)

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The Raisin’ Kane

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Ralph & Clyde (Grand Junction)

LP – Big J 9941 – Getting Inside with Ralph ‘n’ Clyde”

LP – Big J 38229 – “Listen To The Lights In The Rain”

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45 – Big J 45-5588 – “It’ll Be Me” b/w “Holding On Forever Kind of Love”

45 – Big J 45-5587 – Cold & Dusty Morning b/w Julia Jones
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45 – Big J38230 – “Lights In the Rain” b/w “Born to Lose”

John Ralston

After his Bronco career, John Ralston became an inspirational business speaker in Denver – a grad of the Dale Carnegie group – He came to our pathetic little business in Montbello and spoke.  Very boring – very non-inspiring – and nothing changed in our business.

LP – “The Face in the Mirror”

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The Ramblin Blues – Denver

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Bob Ramsey

45 – Peaceable 6 – Rainy  Windy Sunshine (Roadeo Road) b/w Journey on the Colorado – 1976

RAN (Denver)

45 EP – Silverfox – “A Time to Dream/Mussolini’s Head” b/w “John Says/A Transient Place” – 1993

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Jodi Randell

At Le Cabaret

Randy Rock

LP -Starstream RTR-8260 – “Colorado Rocks” – KPKE with various Colorado Artists

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“Ranger Bill”

(Image from Lisa Wheeler’s Blog Site “Pueblo City Limits” Read more about the “Mesa Verde Story”)

Flexi – Eva-Tone 61071AXT – Mesa Verde Co. – “The Mesa Verde Story” – 1971

Bob Ransom (Aspen)

Bob played at the Copper Kettle in Aspen

LP – Curtis 42503 – “The Piano Style of Bob Ransom – From Aspen With Love”

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Jim Ransom

Visit the Biscuit City Records Page

Rare Moments

LP – 81 x 55 – “A Musical Spectacular” – 1978

Bo Ratliff

See the CLW Records Label Page

The Ravens (Littleton)

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Abe Ravin – MD – University of Colorado

Here is a strange release – one in a very large series put out by the pharmaceutical giant Merck Sharp & Dohme:

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Ginger Ray
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Jerry Ray

4 5- Gold Mine – “Bald Headed Woman” b/w “Here We Are Again”

Ronnie Ray
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Hal Raymonds

45 – Castle Rock – “Take a Stand” b/w “The Divorce Song”

The Razor’s Edge

LP -Starstream RTR-8260 – “Colorado Rocks” – KPKE with various Colorado Artists

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The R&B Travelers (Denver)

Visit Lisa Wheeler’s “Pueblo City Limits” blog site to view this poster and many more! (click here)

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Red Barn

45 Flexi – “Sounds of the American West” – 1969 (with picture sleeve)

The Red Line Rockets

Visit the Rock-A-Billy Record Label Page Here

Otis Redding (and the Shooters)

See the Finer Arts discography Page

Dean Reed (Wheat Ridge)

See the “Dean Reed Page”

Singer, Actor, Activist

Singer, Actor, Activist

Dizzy Reed (Boulder)

Dizzy came to Colorado as a youngster when his family moved to Boulder.  He attended Boulder’s Fairview High School.  His first band (in sixth grade) was called the “Hairy Bananas”.  Later he would be a member of Colorado bands Gauntlet and Bootleg.  Reed departed Colorado to find his niche in California in 1983 and where he landed in the big time as keyboardist for Guns n Roses.

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Jimmy Reed

Not THAT Jimmy Reed – He appeared at Hy’s Rendezvous on East Colfax in 1959

Dianne Reeves (Denver)
Colorado Music Hall of Fame Inductee 2017

Dianne moved from Detroit to Denver where she grew up eventually attending The University of Colorado in Boulder where she was discovered and embarked on a long and successful career as a jazz singer.  – Visit the Dianne Reeves Page.

She is a graduate of Denver George Washington High School and is the niece of Denver musician Charlie Burrell – a co-inductee into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame – Class of 2017 along with Dianne.

The Regents

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Monte Reid

45 – L. C. Ray HR 1001 – “Still I Want to Play” b/w “Slow and Easy”

The Rendon Brothers

The Rendon Brothers are Kenny and Floyd. Earlier incarnations of the Rendon Brothers backed The Fantabulous Jags in the 1960’s as well as other rock-based acts. They performed with local singer Frankie Rino and accompanied him to a three year stint in Las Vegas where they performed at the Riviera and Stardust Hotels along with other venues. I believe Kenny passed away.
Kenny and Floyd are joined on this LP by Buddy Cisco (drums), and Dean Tellefson (latin percussion).

At The Factory September, 1970 (with Kenny Jay)

LP – Ken Flo – From Us To You
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The Rendon Brothers with The Fantabulous Jags

See “The Fantabulous Jags” Listing

Renegade

LP -Starstream RTR-8260 – “Colorado Rocks” – KPKE with various Colorado Artists

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Ann Reno

45 – Mountain 1053 – “It’s All Over Now” b/w “What Kind of Fool”

45 – Mountain 1054 – “Rain is The Tear Drops of Angels” b/w “I Won’t Cry Anymore”

45 – Mountain 1059 – “I Don’t Need You Any More” b/w “Memories of Home”

REO Speedwagon

In 1973, while performing at Tulagi’s in Boulder, Colorado – band member Gary R composed their first charting record (#94 in the Spring of 1977).

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The Restless Ones (Littleton)

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Reunion/Bar Codes

45 – HE 100 – “Run Run Run” b/w “Here to Ear”

Bill Reynolds

45 – Desert DR 3 – “Alabama Woman” b/w by Alabama Woman by Desert Sands

45 – Desert DR 16 – Kansas City Lights (with calls) b/w Kansas City Lights (Instrumental)

Jody Reynolds

Reynolds was born in Denver but departed at the age of seven – Best known for his 1958 hit “Endless Sleep” which peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.

This from Country Paul Payton:

“I never knew Jody Reynolds a Denverite. While I think “Endless Sleep” is a timeless, another track deserves attention that it never got. Reynolds partnered with Bobbie Gentry in 1963 for “Requiem For Love” (Titan 1736). Global Dog, which is usually correct, gives the release date as 1963, although in the YouTube posting someone says it didn’t come out until October 1967, when Gentry’s “Ode to Billie Joe” hit. Perhaps it was reissued, as Global Dog shows a late Titan issue in 1967. I’ve never seen the label, but a commenter said the credit read “Jody & Bobbie,” and another commenter noted: “You can see where Nancy and Lee got their inspiration from.” Listen to it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YfEw6-YSxR0

By the way, there’s a faithful cover of “Endless Sleep” by Marty Stuart here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h68kq6zr1WY Perhaps “Requiem for Love” could get a reading from him and his wife, Connie Smith (unless, of course, Bobbie Gentry is still alive and in good voice). Just imagining….”

REYNOLDS JODY

Image from Lisa Wheeler’s Pueblo City Limits Blog Site

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The Rhythm Kings

At The Shangri-La – September, 1970

Rhythm Records and Sports Shop (Five Points)

The Rhythm Records and Sports shop located at 2619 Welton Street back in the 1950’s was owned by a local popular DJ – Leroy Smith who also served as an entertainment promoter and nightclub owner. (Photos are from the Denver Public Library Western Collection)

“Miss Rhythm Records”

Marie Rhines

Visit the Biscuit City Records Page

Shelley Rhym (Denver)

Shelley Rhym fronted his own band in the 1940’s performing at the Rossonian Lounge in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood (Rhym seated in middle)

The Shelley Rhym band included Rhym on drums, Robert White on sax, Arthur Tidmore on bass, Ellsworth Baker on sax, Gwen Davis vocals and Julius Watkins on french horn.

Ricardo

LP – Bixler – On The Rise
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David Rice

45 – Very Last Records NR 11431 – “Take Flight” b/w “Zoo” – 1980 (with picture sleeve)

Fuzzy Rice
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Pete Richmond – Commerce City

45 – World Label WLM 379 – “Green to Blue” b/w “Don’t Do Anything”

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45 – World Label WLM 793 – “Outside Your Love (Looking In)” b/w “Miniature Heartache”

Richy “C” with the Casanovas (Pueblo)

45 – Alta Vista 1148 – “Sometimes” b/w “A Medias De La Roche”
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William K. Riddell & James R. Rooney

LP – Mark Morris 6990 – “The Aged Dog” – 1963

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Ted Rinnander

At O’Rusty

Ann Rino
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Frankie Rino (& The Checkmates – The Innovations – The Squires)

Visit the Frankie Rino Page

Frankie graduated in 1962 from St. Joseph High School in Denver. Frankie Rino’s group “The Checkmates” included Ray Sekera, Curt Fisher (drums) and Dave Adams (guitar). The Checkmates started off in the early 1960’s as “Johnny & The Checkmates prior to replacing Johnny with Frankie. “The Innovations” who accompanied him on his 1969 LP were Les James (piano), Denny Dale (drums), and Tony Streno (bass and trumpet). In the early 1970’s Frankie would perform often with Denver’s Rendon Brothers (Kenny and Floyd). The trio would travel to Las Vegas where they would remain for 3 years. Frankie returned to Denver where he became a detective on the Denver police force where he remained for 34 years before retiring.

This in from Shawn Nagy – July, 2017:

“I am the tape vault archivist for Norman Petty Studios of Clovis, NM. We have a tape here of Frankie Rino & The Squires, no titles, no date….almost all of the other reels from the studio have info on them. I am hoping to get in touch with Frankie, as I am sure he would enjoy hearing these recordings as well. Please pass along my contact info to him.”

First time I have heard mention of a group called “The Squires” – Thinking they must have ended up being “The Innovations”.

These two photos are of Frankie (right) with The Checkmates

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Rob Rio

I know nothing of Rio – This LP was released in 1983 in Boulder, Colorado
LP – Pussimmon – Hot n’ Nasty
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The Rio Band of St. John’s Antigua

45 – Lyon 73-0623 – Moonlight On the Colorado b/w Carry Me Back to Old Virginny – 1973

The Riot (Colorado Springs)

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The Rising Sons

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Ritual

At Mr. Lucky’s – 1980

The Road House Rockers

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The Road Runners – Denver

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The Roadrunners (Fabulous Road Runners) (East Denver)

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Warren Robbe/Warren Robb
A Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

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45 – Mystic 45-730 – “My Chicken Pen” b/w “My Heart Disagrees” – 1958

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45 – Mystic 45-811 – “If I Had My Dreams to Build Over” b/w “Single Man” – 1959

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45 – Great 1072 – “Pick of the Week” b/w “I’ve Got Nothing” – 1964

45 – Starday 815 – I Can’t Stand The Light b/w Before The Past Destroys Me – 1967

45 – Starday 856 – Pretty Pictures In Your Mind b/w More Woman Than You – 1968

45 – Starday 45-865 – “(How Long Does It Take) A Memory to Die” b/w “Magical Light Of Love” – 1969

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45 – Starday 45-880 – “Wild Seed in the Wind” b/w “The Face of Love” – 1969

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45 – Starday 45-900 – “A Better Way to Die” b/w “Everybody’s Got a Little Evil On Their Mind” – 1970

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Glenda Roberts & Tim Myers (Colorado Springs)

LP – Shiloh 2286 – On Stage – 1981
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The Glenda Roberts Band (Colorado Springs)

LP – Startsong – Springs Music

Jimmie Roberts

Appeared at the Theatre Lounge on Glenarm Place in 1960

The Johnny Robert’s Directors Band

LP – Century 23918 – “Denver Teachers Club Benefit” (Recorded at South High School)

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Rick Roberts (of the Flying Burrito Brothers & Firefall)

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Roberts passed through Colorado, ending up in Boulder for three months in the early 1970’s.  He was with the Flying Burrito Brothers for a time before going solo.  He composed a song “Colorado” based on his experience there and later would record at the Caribou Ranch outside of Nederland, Colorado, along with Joe Walsh, members of Poco and Kenny Passarelli.  “Colorado” charted in the “Bubbling Under” Hot 100 Billboard Charts at number 108 for a single week in July of 1974.

45 – A&M 1399 – Promo – Deliver Me – 1972

LP – A&M 4372 – Windmills – 1972

LP – A&M – 4404 – She Is A Song – 1973

LP – A&M 4744 – The Best of Rick Roberts (one track by The Flying Burrito Brothers) – 1979

Spike Robinson & Al Cohn Quintent

LP – Capri 61787 – Henry B. Meets Alvin G. Once In a Wild

The Rock Advocates

Jim Swanson (rhythm guitar) – Scott Shaw (lead guitar) – Bob Swanson (bass) – Dale Van Lewen – Bud Fisher (sax) – Grant Hall (drums) – Doug Kauffman (vocals) – Dave Hargrave (sax)

45 – Simpletone – “Electric Man” b/w “Waited Too Long” – 1980

45 – Simpletone – Quest For Girls b/w Rock Advocates Theme – 1981

45 – Simpletone – Hey Nonny Nonny b/w Good For You, Good For Me – 1985

Rock Candy

(Following provided by Harpo Schneider – March, 2019):

  • Jerry Barlow – guitar
  • Jim Thomas – Bass
  • Jim Blackledge – drums
  • Harpo Schneider – keyboards/horns

The Rockets

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Rockin Chair

At Benedict’s

The Rockin’ Rhythm Kings

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Denny Rockwell – Greeley

Denny was a member of the Greeley, Colorado duo Denny & Jay who recorded on Capitol Records and thus the contract with Capitol subsidiary Tower Records.

Tower 203 – The Rain Follows Me b/w No Mon-No Fun-Your Son – 1966

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Tower 258 – I Wanna Know b/w Oh My Gosh Oh Me Oh My – Goodbye – 1966

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Tower 284 – Booze & Garlic Bread b/w Oh My Gosh Oh-Me Oh My-Goodbye – 1966

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The Rockits (Denver)

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The Rocky Mountain Canaries

45 – “The Unicorn” b/w “Puff (The Magic Dragon)”

The Rocky Mountain News

LP – Our Children’s Heritage
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The Rocky Mountain Singers/Sinfonia

LP – Audicom USR 8627 – “Let’s Celebrate”

The Rocky Ramblers

Members:

Jimmy Dean – Barney Smith – Jay Decker and Bob Etheridge

This most certainly (look at that photo)  was a Nashville act withe the future solo country star Jimmy Dean making a 1959 appearance at the Zanzabar on East Colfax in 1959

Judy Roderick – Boulder

Judy later would help front the Boulder band 60,000,000 Buffalo along with her husband-composer Bill Ashford.  Roderick was killed in a car crash accident.

LP – Columbia – “Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues” – 1963

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LP – Vanguard – “Woman Blue” – 1965

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Rodhake

This is a plain and simple weird LP – The cover is weird – the lyrics are weird, the message is weird the performers are very weird – It was recorded on the Cone-Zart label somewhere in Denver – The cover was designed in Canada (that is weird).
The weird musicians/performers are Rodhake (vocals), Ron Knowlton (rhythm guitar), Les Pillitteri (bass), Nelson Rangell (sax), Garrison (guitar), Ron Knowlton (rhythm guitar), Debrene Garison (back-up vocals), Connie Courim (back-up vocals), Janet Klein (back-up vocals) and Larry Thompson (drummer)
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Peter Rodman

45 EP – Rockin’ Records RJP-071 – “Nights Like These/Parlor Games” b/w “We Cry Everyday/China” – 1978 (with picture sleeve)

Roger

45 – Gear Fab 102 – A Cold Day in December b/w Flower Child
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Clyde Rogers

Organist Clyde Rogers appearing at Taylor’s Supper Club located at 7000 West Colfax.

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The Eddy Rogers Orchestra with the Bel Canto Singers

45 – Arlington 101 – Hot Springs Jubilee b/w Let’s Have Another Little Drink
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The Rogues (Colorado Springs)

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Marvin Rogers

Starliner 7226 – “Let Me Be The Judge” b/w “The One I’ll Never Own”

Jimmy Lee Rollin

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45 – Aardvark – “Boppin’ Baby” b/w “Cool Cat”

Carol Roman (Broomfield)

Carol was born in Pennsylvania and made her way to Colorado.  She backed country stars Tammy Wynett, Roy Drusky, Dave Dudley, Hank Williams Jr;, Charlie Pride and Faron Young

LP – Little Richie Johnson 2002 – LBJ Records Presents Carol Roman

Murray Roman (Aspen)

LP – Everest 9005 – Out of Control with Murray Roman – 1960

Roman was discovered by Tommy Smothers while he was performing in Aspen, Colorado.
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Buddy Romane

45 – Strobe S-1202 – “Colorado” b/w “I Can’t Be” – 1975

Paul Romero (Pueblo)

(Visit Lisa Wheeler’s Blog Site “Pueblo City Limits” for the Paul Romero Story)

Paul Romero passed away on October 27th, 2013 – Paul had attended Pueblo Centennial High School – He was later a member of The Rudy Guiterrez Orchestra (Romero is picture second from the right side)

45 – Aspen 100 – “Sit and Cry” b/w “First Day of Spring” – 1962

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The Romero Gospel Trio (with Paul Romero)

45 EP KB 2240 – “Feeling Mighty Fine”/”Sumislon” – 1959 (B side unknown)

Rudy Romero

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The Romolo Singers

Featuring George Van Gorden

Appeared in 1963 at Romolo’s on Tremont Street in downtown Denver

Linda Ronstadt

45 – Asylum AS-11039 – Colorado – 1974 (written by Firefall’s Rick Roberts)

Room Full of Mirrors

45 – RFM-1000 – “Walking in the Shadows” b/w “The Touch” – 1983 (with picture sleeve)

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The Al Rose Trio

The Al Rose Trio was primarily comprised of Al Rose (piano), Lee Arrelano (drums) and Andy Arrelano (bass).  The two brothers also worked in their own combo forming when they were attending Metro College in Denver.

The Lee Rose Trio performed in the early days at Denver’s Playboy Club lounge located at Race Street and Colfax Avenue.  Jazz and symphony master and Colorado Music Hall of Fame inductee, Charles Burrell sat in often with Al Rose.

Al Rose appeared the the 5 O’Clock Lounge on 17th Street in Denver in 1963 – Also the Playboy Club and the Riviera Restaurant – both on East Colfax Avenue

LP – Cover 19621 – “As You Like It”

LP – Klondike KLP 2515 – It’s All Here – 1970

45 – Klondike 2229 – Drum Talk b/w Exactly Like You – 1970

Bonnie Rose
Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame Inductee

Carl Rose

45 – Cheyenne 45-5522 – “Cotton Fields” b/w “Mr. Blue”

Carol Rose (Grand Junction)

Image and Blog Post by Colorado Blogger Lisa Wheeler

Carol Rose may have been the vocalist for Grand Junction group “Gypsy Hale”.  She was born in 1943 in Oak Creek, Colorado.  She was the owner of “Misty Records”.

Musicians: Bobby T – Bob Mueller (guitar) – Stormy Lee (drums) – John Velarde (violian) – Jim O’Connor (bass)

LP – Misty MSA 78-127 – “I’m Carol Rose” – 1978

Johnny Rose

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Clint Ross

45 – Big River Recording Co. – Sometime b/w Without You
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Marvin Ross (of the Blue Rhythms)

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Rossi and Boyer

Appeared at the Top of the Park at the Park Lane Hotel on Marion Street in 1961

Nick Rossi

LP – Multi-Vision – “There’s A Victory” – 1983

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The Rostvit Sisters

LP – Flying W Ranch – “The Rostvit Sisters Sing”

Rowland & Poindexter

Musicians: Henry Rowland – Fred Poindexter

LP – Nova BMC-80104 – “Big Music America Contest” – 1980 (with various Colorado Artists)

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Billy Joe Royal

45 – Columbia 4-45495 – Colorado Rain – 1971

Royal & The Shades

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Rubedo

Members:

Drums – Gregg Ziemba
Guitar – Alex Raymond
Keyboards – Kyle Gray
Piano – Ikey Owens
Trumpet – Ruben Villalobos
Vocals – Kyle Gray

LP – 20 Sided Records 20-022 – “Massa Confusa” – 2012

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The Ruff Family

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The Ruff Riders

Colorado country band who appeared in the 1970 Colorado Country Music Hall of Fame promotion event.

Rufus Krisp

45 – Land of Shire RBB 5001 – “Loveland Pass” b/w “Mapleleaf Rag” – 1973

The Runaway Express

Jim Ratts (guitars) – Gordon Burt (fiddle) – Ted Cole (sax) – Salli Severing Ratts (guitar) – Scott Bennett (guitar) – Harry Bruckner (bass) – Mike Mixter (percussion) – Jerry Mills (mandolin) – John Fussell (guitar) – John Cable (guitar) – Roger Bonnette (organ) – Hereford Percy (banjo) – Jimmie Ibbotson (vocals)

LP – Raven RVN 8602 – “Radio Rockers” – 1986

45 – Raven RVN 86001 – “Boy Next Door” b/w “Locket Made Of Silver” – 1986

The Runnaways – (Westminster)

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The Runners

At Benedict’s

Running Bear

45 – Curtain Call 357121 – “See The Eagle Die” b/w “Bring on the Wine”

The Rush Brothers

45 – Aspen 501 – Dark Side of Today b/w To Live; In The Country
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Alan Russell & The Overland Express

45 – Iowa215 – The Palace Hotel b/w Going Up Cripple Creek – 1981
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Nylamarn Russell & Eric Erickson – Boulder

LP – Colorado Recording Co. – “Chorale Prelude” – 1958

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Sonny Russell

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45 – RMA 1012 – “Fifty Megatons” b/w “Mud Boat” (UK)

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