Kurz-Bio: Der Fiddler, Gitarrist und Sänger Chuck Harding wurde am 22. Juli 1914 in Hammond, Indiana, geboren. In welchem verwandtschaftlichen Verhältnis Oneda Harding zu ihm stand, konnte ich leider bisher nicht eruieren.
Singles bis 1962: BLUEBONNET 04 48 *) ....135....CHUCK HARDING..Talking The Blues/(Living In A) Lonely World (dann MODERN 581) - - - - -*) als 45er: 1955
MODERN 05 48 *) ....20-581....CHUCK HARDING..Talking The Blues (BB135A)/I'm Living In A Lonely World (BB135B) (BLUEBONNET 135) - - - - -*) als 45er: 1958
REPLICA 03 54....101....CHUCK HARDING Colorado Cowhands Vocal: Oneda & Chuck Harding..I'm Living In A Lonely World (Worry Worry Song)/CHUCK HARDING Colorado Cowhands Vocal: Chuck Harding..Stop Crying On My Shoulder
T. R. C. TEXAS RECORDING COMPANY 06 62....TRC-2811....ONEDA HARDING and the Chuck Harding Combo..Do Dreams Come True (N80W-2811)/Bald Headed Twister (N80W-2812)
10 62....????....CHUCK & ONEDA HARDING..Graveyard Ghost/Private Property
10 62....2021....ONEDA HARDING..No! No! Santa Claus/Don't Forget Me On Christmas Day
?? ??....2064....ONEDA HARDING..Exception To The Rule/........???.......
Aus dem Netz:
Chuck Harding's musical background was a bit different than most hillbilly musicians of the day. He was a trained musician and taught fretted instruments at the Chicago School of Music for three years.
The Colorado Cowhands were a group of artists that were quite spread out in their roots.
R.T. Mercer, Spanish guitar
Adrian Childress, fiddle
Pee Wee Truckett (Truehitt?), bass fiddle
R.T. Mercer, was from Dyer/Tennesse and sang the 'more serious folk ballads' and Spanish guitar. Pee Wee Truehitt (or was it Truckett as mentioned in the caption with the picture?) was out of Waco/Texas. As they often said, he slapped the bass fiddle and offered the comedy parts of the act. Adrian Childress was from Knobel/Arkansas and played the fiddle and did vocals. Then there was Jerry La Masters who was a celebrated fiddle virtuoso and was said to have a remarkable breakdown style. The manager of the group was "Scotty" who was also Mrs. Chuck Harding.
Around 1950, the group were appearing over radio station KBOA in Kennett/Missouri where they had a two and half hour show each day. They also made personal appearances almost nightly in a 300 mile radius around Kennett.
Around that same time, Dome Records signed up Chuck Harding to a recording contract. Chuck wrote a lot of his own songs and his recordings included tunes such as "Jump Jackrabbit Jump", "Poor Little Girl", "Bald Headed Boogie", "Cotton Pickin' Blues", "Talking the Blues" and more.
Chuck also had his tunes recorded by other artists. These tunes, (but they didn't mention who recorded them) included "I'm Going To Write To Heaven", "A Picture, A Ring, And A Curl", "Teardrops Every Time It Rains", "I'm Living In A Lonely World", "Wasted Love" and more.
In addition, Jerry La Masters also cut a record with Dome Records to spotlight his fiddle mastery - "Back Up And Push" along with "Ozark Breakdown" and "Way Down Yonder".
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