"You Ain't Gonna Worry Me"/"Blues Train"
by Browley Guy And The Skyscrapers
on States S-107
Above: Photo of Browley Guy.
From Red Saunders Research Foundation Web Site:
"Browley Guy was a 1936 graduate of Wendell Phillips High School in Chicago. Guy had previously appeared on Miracle with Sonny Thompson and his Sharps and Flats, Eddie Chamblee's group and Leon Abbey's trio (1947-1949), then on two sessions for States in 1952, the first with the Guy Brothers Orchestra and the second with a Paul Bascomb group. A crooner, Guy led an old-fashioned vocal group that was particularly known for schmaltzy ballads; on his session for Al Benson he used another lounge trio (piano, guitar, and bass) for accompaniment."
[The above label image and corresponding audio provided by Paul Ressler.]
Above: Label image of States S-107. The flip is "Blues Train". Browley Guy And The Skyscrapers also had at least one release on the Checker label in 1953. Review is from The Billboard dated 11/8/52.
Listen to this week's selections: [Audio restoration by Dave Saviet.]
A) Click on an option below to listen to Browley Guy And The Skyscrapers using Streaming RealAudio.
"You Ain't Gonna Worry Me" - States S-107 - 1952
"Blues Train" - States S-107 - 1952
"BOTH SONGS" played in sequence
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"You Ain't Gonna Worry Me" - States S-107 - 1952 (file size=406KB)
"Blues Train" - States S-107 - 1952 (file size=471KB)
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