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Doye ODell - Louisiana Lady (Vinyl)

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  1. ARTIST(s): Doye O'Dell. TITLES: "Louisiana Lady". (And NO, NOT LISTED ANYWHERE ELSE!). SONG CREDITS: Allen Johnston. CONDITION OF LABELS: Mint. VISUAL GRADINGOF.
  2. Doye O'Dell A: Louisiana Lady B: Give Someone Else The Welfare: Jan Mar USA: JA 7" 1: Doye O'Dell A: Life Was Lean But Livin It Was Good B: Cheers To Ya Baby: Jan Mar USA: JA 7" 0: Doye O'Dell A: Cheers To Ya Baby B: Cheers To Ya Baby: Jan Mar USA: JA Promo Only 7" 0: Doye O'Dell A: Old Jimmy (Is The Daddy Of.
  3. Jul 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - 1st RECORDING OF: Blue Christmas - Doye O’Dell () YouTube Doye O'Dell - Blue Christmas - The first artist to record the song - Duration: Doye .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Louisiana Lady on Discogs. Label: Ranwood - R • Format: Vinyl 7 Doye O'Dell - Louisiana Lady (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  5. Apr 26,  · Layout Odell at Hillside Park on Lian. Playing Chrome Snake game, every like makes it Faster FOR 1 YEAR (World Record) Nicu 2, watching Live now.
  6. DOYE O'DELL THE DISCOGRAPHY Featuring '78s, '45s & LPs. My sincere thanks to the late Doye O'Dell, Raimo Blomberg, Bill Daniels, Andy Gallagher, Steve Hathaway, Mike Pitts, Tom Sims and the good guys at 'The Hillbilly Researcher', the best UK Hillbilly .
  7. Doye O’Dell – “Today” Vinyl LP $ In stock. Add to cart. Various Artists “Music for the Girlfriend, She Loves the Movies” Vinyl LP $ Add to cart; Ray Martin “International Vibrations” Vinyl LP $ Add to cart; Whipped Cream Lady - Dolores Erickson; Let’s be social!
  8. Doye O'Dell A: Louisiana Lady B: Give Someone Else The Welfare: Jan Mar USA: JA 7" 1: Doye O'Dell A4: Burning Bridges Eddie Dean With The Frontiersmen B1: Hillbilly Heaven Texas Jim Robertson Live Music: Vinyl Albums: 78 RPM: CD Albums: CD.
  9. Apr 24,  · Allen Doye O'Dell was born on November 22, in Gustine, Texas to Joe and Carrie O'Dell. His Dad was a cotton farmer and later moved the family to the far west Texas town of Plainview. Doye's uncle Tom Gregory, a fiddle player, would visit and taught Doye how to play the fiddle, sparking a love of music that would last a lifetime.

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