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All the Time; Pleasure Not a Habit in Mexico; Ashes of Love; What Do You Know about Heartaches; Humming Bird; Baby, It's in the Making; You Can't Divorce My Heart; Banana Boat Song; Mr. Clock; Crying Heart Blues; Feet of Clay; I Want to Be Loved; I Love You Better Than You Know; Love, Love, Love; Live and Let Live; Tom Cat's Kitten; I'm Trading You in on a Later Model; You Can't Get the Country out of a Boy; Good Night Sweetheart; Three Ways of Knowing; S. O. S. Co-writer of I Don't Claim to Be An Angel. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Yaney, Clyde A "Skeets," "Golden Voiced Yodeler." b. Mitchell, Ind.; Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: National Champion Hillbillies and Pappy Chessure; KMOX and CBS, St. Louis, Mo.; WEW, St. Louis, Mo. MGM and Town and Country Records. Songs recorded: I'm Not Alone, Just Lonesome; You Count All My Mis­takes; Another World Ago; Feeling Sorry; Forever and Always; Candy Coated Lies; Train Track Shuffle; Don't Tell a Lie; Time and Time Again; Who's Taking Over; etc. Address: WEW, St. Louis, Missouri.
York Brothers: Leslie, b. 8/23/17, Louisa, Ky.; plays guitar. George, b. 2/17/10, Louisa, Ky.; plays guitar. Enter­tainment experience: Denver, Colo., George; Ports­mouth, Ohio; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn.; Detroit, Mich.; etc. Universal, Bullet, and King (1947) Records. Albums: Tenn. Tango; and Sixteen Favorites. Songs recorded: Tenn. Tango; Hamtramck Mama, 1st record, Universal, 1939; Tightwad; My Prayer Tonight; Love Sweet Love; When You Want a Little Lovin'; House with No Windows; Two Loves in One Night; These Haunting Years; Mohawk Squaw; Deep Within My Heart; Kentucky; Baby I'm Lost Without You; Tremblin'; Twirly Whirly; Chicken Blues; River of Tears; Don't Leave Me with the Yum Yum Blues; Miss. River Blues; Let's Talk Our Troubles Over; Gravy Train; Take a Number; Sixty Minute Man; etc. Ad­dress: King Records, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Young, Faron, b. 2/25/32, Shreveport, La.; w. Hilda Margot Macon; s. Damion Ray, 5; d. Robin Farrell, 3. Attended Fair Park High Sch., 1945-50, Shreveport, La.; and Cen-
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