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LABEL GALLERY

Delmore Brothers Label Gallery
Delmore Brothers Bluebird 5299

First Bluebird 78 rpm
(“buff” label)

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 5403

“Brown’s Ferry Blues”
First issue (“buff” label)

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 5531

Classic “I've Got the Big River Blues”
"Deep River Blues" by Doc Watson

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 5843

First Arthur Smith’s record
with Delmore’s backing

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 6949

First version of “False Hearted Girl”
(“staff” label)

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 7221

The original ”Beautiful Brown Eyes”
under the name of Arthur Smith Trio

Delmore Brothers Bluebird 5403

“Brown’s Ferry Blues”
Third issue (“dog” label)

Delmore Brothers Montgomery Ward 4459

First version of “I’m Leaving You”
Montgomery Ward issue

Delmore Brothers Montgomery Ward 4750

“Brown’s Ferry Blues”
Montgomery Ward issue

Delmore Brothers Montgomery Ward 4819

First session with Uncle Dave Macon
Montgomery Ward issue

Delmore Brothers Decca 5878

First Decca 78 rpm

Delmore Brothers King 527

First singing hillbilly boogie
The masterpiece of Rabon

Delmore Brothers King 570

The first boogie with Wayne Raney
The greatest train song ever

Delmore Brothers King 592

Second version of
“Brown’s Ferry Blues”

Delmore Brothers King 643

First Wayne Raney’s recording under
the name of Delmore Brothers

Delmore Brothers King Acetate

The complete "The Love I Cast Away"
on acetate Audiodisc

Delmore Brothers King 676

First Wayne Raney’s record under
his name with Delmores’ backing

Delmore Brothers King 700

First Brown's Ferry Four record
with Merle Travis

Delmore Brothers King 708

The only record under the name of
Grandpa Jones and Delmore Brothers

Wayne Raney King 719

The first Wayne Raney's boogie

Delmore Brothers King 732

The Maxine “Mac” Luna’s boogie

Delmore Brothers King 791

The Wayne Raney’s biggest hit

Delmore Brothers King 803

The Delmores’ biggest hit

Delmore Brothers Decca 46190

First Lonnie Glosson’s recording
with Delmores’ backing

Delmore Brothers King 826

First published version of
“Trouble Ain’t Nothin’ but the Blues”

Delmore Brothers London 16020

First 78 rpm by the
Hallelujah Trio

Delmore Brothers London 16032

The only Hank Dalton’s release with
Alton’s presence

Delmore Brothers King 1121

DJ issue of the last 78 rpm of the
Harlan County Four

Delmore Brothers King 1158

Last Delmores' King 78 rpm

Delmore Brothers King first 45 rpm single King 530

First King single
with red label

Delmore Brothers King test pressing

Test pressing of King 1005

Delmore Brothers King 5407

Two King titles only issued on
single

Finally,
here is the only
record released in France
in the lifetime of the Delmores,
with 2 unreleased tracks elsewhere:

- "Tennessee Choo Choo Boogie"

- "I Let the Freight Train Carry Me
on Boogie"

Ah !!! Relax, friends collectors, it is a joke: Vogue company had
simply added "Boogie"
at the end of the
tracks!