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Slim Pickens

b. Clyde Wilson, 14 July 1910, USA, d. 15 July 1990, USA. From 1933 onwards Wilson performed frequently on radio, generally within the Indiana, Missouri and Nebraska, on present such as for example Ozark Jubilee. He led his Prairie Playboys, sang single and in a variety of groups. A regular collaborator was vocalist, Floyd ‘Goo-goo’ Rutledge with whom Wilson performed in duo as Whistler And Display. There have been also Slender And Shorty, the High Timber Trio, the Buster Fellows as well as the Goodwill Family members. The majority of Wilson’s recordings had been radio transcriptions, which he continuing to make in to the 50s. Among instrumentalists support Wilson had been musicians such as for example Tommy Jackson, Grady Martin and Bud Isaacs. Wilson’s repertoire included tracks such as for example ‘I’m Movin’ On’, ‘The Atchison, Topeka And Santa Fe’, ‘She’s The Lily Of Hillbilly Valley’, ‘I’ll Dance AT THE Wedding ceremony’, ‘I’ll End up being There (SHOULD ANYONE EVER Desire Me)’, ‘Wedding ceremony Dolls (FROM YOUR OWN Wedding Wedding cake)’, ‘To Each His Very own’, ‘The Great Speckled Parrot’, ‘Guy Of Galilee’, ‘Down The Path’, ‘When It’s Prayer Meetin’ AMOUNT OF TIME IN The Hollow’, ‘Sterling silver Threads ONE OF THE Yellow metal’, ‘Crimson River Valley’, ‘Oh! Susanna’, ‘The Yellowish Rose Of Tx’, ‘Good-Bye, Maggie’, ‘We Sat UNDER THE Maple FOR THE Hill’, ‘The Cowboy’s Fantasy’, ‘Down WITHIN THE Valley’, ‘When The Bloom Can be FOR THE Sage’, ‘Barbara Allen’, ‘The Lonesome Street’ and ‘Froggie Went A’Courtin’’.

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