Get In The Groove

JIM COLEGROVE
discography
As a featured artist (issued recordings)

TEDDY & THE ROUGH RIDERS - Cincinnati, Ohio

Singles :

Tilt 778 - Tomahawk/Thunderhead, 1960

Huron 22002 - Pathfinder/A Dream Come True, 1961
Background vocals by The Seniors on Dream

Huron 22007 - Money and Gold, Part I/Money and Gold, Part II, 1962

LP - Mega City 1410 - Swingin' With WING, Side A, 1963

BO GRUMPUS - New York City

LP - Atco SD 33-246 - Before the War, 1968 (produced by Felix Pappalardi)

EP - Atco EP-C-4562 - Bo Grumpus, 1968 (contains four cuts from the LP above)

JOLLIVER ARKANSAW - New York City

LP - Bell 6031 - Home, 1969 (produced by Felix Pappalardi)
(Contains Gray Afternoon featuring Leslie West on guitar)

Single - Bell B802 - Lisa My Love/Mr. Brennan, 1969 (produced by Felix Pappalardi)

HUNGRY CHUCK - Woodstock, New York

Single - Bearsville 0004 - South in New Orleans/Dixie Highway, 1972

LP - Bearsville 2071 - Hungry Chuck, 1972

(all HUNGRY CHUCK produced by Jim Colegrove, Jeff Gutcheon, N.D. Smart and Jon Child)

THE JUKE JUMPERS - Fort Worth, Grand Prairie and Dallas, Texas

Singles:

Greco 608 - Ubangi Stomp/She Likes to Boogie Real Low, 1979

Greco 609 - Why Don't You Eat Where You Slept Last Night/Sugar Bee, 1979

Amazing 02 - What Kind of Fool/Bluebird Boogie, 1982

Topflight T101 - Let's Get Loose/T-Bone Shuffle, 1989

LPs :

Flying High 6501 - Jim Colegrove's Panther City Blues, 1979

Charly 30209 (U.K) - Jim Colegrove's Panther City Blues, 1981

Amazing 1001 - Border Radio, 1980

Amazing 1005 - The Joint's Jumpin'!, 1981

Varrick 016 - Jumper Cables, 1984

Amazing 1017 - Juke Jumpers LIVE!, 1987

Rykodisc #? - Out Of The Blue (Various Artists) - Juke Jumpers - Gonna Bring It To You

CDs:

Cuppamore 08 (West Germany) - Juke Jumpers LIVE!, 1989

Cool Groove CD 103 - Amazing Records!, 2003
(reissue of Amazing 1001 and Amazing 1005)

Cool Groove CD 107 - On Stage, 2007
(reissue of Amazing 1017 with 4 additional tracks)

Cool Groove CD 111 - Villa Acuña, 1963, 2009
(contains 1 previously unissued track)

(all JUKE JUMPERS produced by Jim Colegrove and/or THE JUKE JUMPERS)

LOST COUNTRY - Fort Worth, Texas

CD - Cool Groove CD101 - Broken People, 2001
Produced by Jim Colegrove and Jeff Gutcheon

CD - Cool Groove CD102 - Down On The Borderline, 2002
Produced by Jim Colegrove and Jeff Gutcheon

CD - Cool Groove CD104 - Turn Your Radio Around, 2003
Produced by Jim Colegrove and Jeff Gutcheon

CD - Cool Groove CD105 - Long Gone Thrill, 2005
Produced by Jim Colegrove

CD - Cool Groove CD106 - Scattered, 2007
Produced by Jim Colegrove

CD - Cool Groove CD110 - When We Danced, 2009
Produced by Jim Colegrove

SOLO - Fort Worth, Texas

CD - Cool Groove CD113 - 3 Quarter Dime, 2013
Produced by Jim Colegrove

AS A SIDEMAN (issued recordings—all as bass player unless otherwise noted*)

THE BOUNTY HUNTERS - Dayton, Ohio, 1961

Single - Huron 22001 - White Feather/Echo Express

DAVID SANTOS - New York City, 1968

LP - Phoenix 101 - Silver Currents (produced by Richard Gottehrer)

BARBARA KEITH - New York City, 1969

LP - Verve Forecast FTS-3084 - Babara Keith (produced by Peter Asher)

JOHN HALL - New York City, 1969

LP - Columbia CS-1043 - Action (produced by Harvey Brooks)

TOM PACHECO and SHARON ALEXANDER - New York City, 1972

LP - Columbia CS-30509 - Pacheco and Alexander (produced by John Hall)

BOBBY CHARLES - Woodstock, New York, 1972

LP - Bearsville BR2104 - Bobby Charles (produced by Bobby Charles, Rick Danko and John Simon)

NOTE: Jim Colegrove played bass, N.D. Smart played drums, Amos Garrett played guitar and John Simon played piano on the following songs:
  • Street People
  • I Must Be In A Good Place Now
  • Save Me Jesus
  • Let Yourself Go
  • Before I Grow Too Old
  • I'm That Way
  • Tennessee Blues

TODD RUNDGREN - Woodstock, New York, 1972

LP - Bearsville 0698 - Something/Anything (produced by Todd Rundgren)

IAN & SYLVIA & Great Speckled Bird - Toronto, Ontario, 1972

LP - Columbia KC 31337 - You Were On My Mind (produced by Ian Tyson and Ben Keith)

ERIC VON SCHMIDT - Woodstock, New York, 1972

LP - Poppy PYS 5705 - 2nd Right, 3rd Row (produced by Michael Cuscuna with Jim Rooney)
CD - Tomato 2053 - Living On the Trail (produced by Jim Rooney, original recording done in 1972) issued 2002

BORDERLINE - Woodstock, New York, 1973

LP - Avalanche AV-LA016-F - Sweet Dreams and Quiet Desires (produced by Jim Rooney and John Gershen)

JIM ROONEY - Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1975

LP - Rounder 3008 - One Day at a Time (produced by Jim Rooney)

KENNY WAYNE - Arlington, Texas - 1980s

LP - Amazing 1002 - Borned With the Blues and Raised On Rock 'n' Roll - 1980 (produced by Kenny Wayne) (*guitar and bass)

Single - Ace 5685 - I Hope You Don't Lose/Corrine Corrina - 1985 (produced by Kenny Wayne) (*vocal backup on Corrine Corrina)

ROBERT EALEY - Grand Prairie, Texas, 1981

LP - Amazing 1005 - Bluebird Open (produced by Robert Ealey, Sumter Bruton and THE JUKE JUMPERS) (*guitar, piano, percussion)

THE LEGENDARY STARDUST COWBOY - Grand Prairie, Texas 1980 - 1984

LP - Amazing Luna Series LSC 999 - Rock-it to Stardom (produced by Jim Yanaway and issued in several colored vinyl editions) (*bass, guitar, harmonica, percussion)
(Colegrove was the musical co-ordinator of this LP and did the final mix. This LP also features the first studio grouping of the musicians that later formed the LeRoi Brothers: Mike Buck, Don Leady and Steve Doerr.)

ALLEN GINSBERG - Dallas, Texas 1986

LP - Paris (no number) - Made Up In Texas, LP features various artists. Allen Ginsberg, Airplane Blues (*guitar)

AS A PRODUCER

PHILL WILSON - Nashville, 1961

Singles:
Huron 45-22000 - Wishin' On A Rainbow / Just Me
Huron 45-22006 - A Dream Come True

SONNY FLAHARTY - Nashville, 1961

Singles:
Huron 45-22004 - Mystery Of Love / Teenage War Chant
Decca 31419 - C'mon Little Mary

TERRY REDMAN, Cincinnati, 1961

Single: Huron 45-22005 - Golden Idol / The Stomp

THE SAYRE BROTHERS, Cincinnati, 1961

Single: Huron 45-22003 - Greenback Dollar / Train Ride To Nashville

SID KING - Dallas, 1982

LP - Rockhouse 8701 - Let's Get Loose (*bass and guitar)

(Holland)

SWINGMASTERS - Fort Worth, 1994

CD - Aristokraft AKCD 780001 - Bruton and Price—Swingmasters Revue (*guitar on two cuts)

JAMES HINKLE - Fort Worth, Texas

CD - Blue Lights 101 - Blues Now - Jazz Later, 2007 (*bass on two tracks, guitar on one track, background vocal on two tracks)

CD - Blue Lights 103 - Some Day, 2008

WES RACE - Fort Worth, 2008

CD - Cool Groove CD 108 - Cryptic Whalin'! (*bass on six tracks, guitar on four tracks, background vocal on three tracks)

LARRY STONE - Dallas, Fort Worth, Texas

LP - Buck 101 - Rockin' Bones, Dallas 1983 (*guitar)

CD - Cool Groove CD 109 - Dreams Die Hard, Fort Worth, 2008 (*guitar, bass, vocals)

CD - Cool Groove CD 112 - Thistles and Salt (*guitar, bass, mandolin, six-string bass, vocals), Fort Worth, 2011

FILMOGRAPHY

True Stories - 1986 - Director, David Byrne
(Appears as guitarist in the church choir - Puzzling Evidence)

A Tiger's Tale - 1987 - Director, Peter Douglas
(Appears on guitar and vocals in the road house scene with the Juke Jumpers - Ubangi Stomp, Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White, Matilda, Lone Star Saturday Night, Rose's Tune, Consuelo)

Festival Express - 2003 - Director, Bob Smeaton
(Appears on bass with Great Speckled Bird - C. C. Rider)

REISSUES

TEDDY AND THE ROUGH RIDERS

Single - Mean Mountain Music MM-1420 - 1981
Tomahawk/Thunderhead

EP - Rough SP69 - 1991
Pathfinder/Tomahawk/ Thunderhead

LP - Fifty Eight LP 101 - Tomahawk - 1980

CD - Incognito Records (Germany) - 1999
High School Rumble Vol.1 (various artists)
Contains: Tomahawk - Thunderhead

CD - CTI-006 - Canetoad International (Australia) - 2002
Blast From The Past - Vol. 2 - Rockin' Ronnie's Wild Instrumental Party (34 tracks -various artists)
Contains: Tomahawk - Thunderhead

CD - Sundazed SC 11146 - 2004
Dancehall Stringbusters!
Contains: Thunderhead / Money & Gold (Part 2) / Path Finder

CD - Buffalo Bop Bb-CD 55174 - 2005
Strictly Instrumental - Vol. 8 - Cover Shot!
Contains: Thunderhead

CD - Canadian CAN-2306 CD - 2005
Rare Instrumentals - Volume 6 - Cover Shot!
Contains: Money & Gold Pt. 2 / Pathfinder / Thunderhead / Tomahawk / A Dream Come True

GREAT SPECKLED BIRD

CD - Stony Plain SPCD 1200 - Great Speckled Bird (1969 Ampex LP), 1995
(Canadian) (Contains 1 live cut from The Ian Tyson TV show as a bonus track, not on original LP, *bass)

CD - Collector's Choice WWCCM07022 - Great Speckled Bird (1969 Ampex LP) reissued 200?

BOBBY CHARLES

CD - Stony Plain SPCD 1202 - Bobby Charles (1972 Bearsville LP), 1995 (Canadian)

HUNGRY CHUCK

LP - Warner/Pioneer P-7606W, Hungry Chuck (1972 Bearsville LP), 1977 (Japanese)

LP - CBS Sony 20AP 1988, Hungry Chuck (1972 Bearsville LP), 1983 (Japanese)

LP - See For Miles See 220, Hungry Chuck (1972 Bearsville LP), 1988 (U.K.)

CD - C-Five Records C5CD 590, Hungry Chuck (1972 Bearsville LP), 1992 (U.K)

CD - Pony Canyon PCCY-00727, Hungry Chuck (1972 Bearsville LP), 1995 (Japanese)

CD - Pony Canyon Box Set PCCY-00909, Bearsville Box Set (Various Artists), 1996 (Japanese)
(contains South In New Orleans/Doin' The Funky Lunchbox and two previously unissued sides,Box Office Disaster, Celia)

CD - JVC Japan-63727, Hungry Chuck, 2007 (Japanese)
(contains original LP tracks plus all three Hungry Chuck tracks issued on the Bearsville Box Set)

THE JUKE JUMPERS

CD - Cool Groove CD103 - Amazing Records!, 2003
(reissue of Amazing LPs: Border Radio and The Joint's Jumpin'!)

CD - Cool Groove CD107 - On Stage, 2007
(reissue of Amazing LP: Live! (contains previously unissued tracks)

BO GRUMPUS

CD - Wounded Bird Records - Before the War, 2008 (produced by Felix Pappalardi)

JOLLIVER ARKANSAW

CD compilation - Sound Stories #? - Songs of Faith and Inspriation: Spiritual Psychedelic Rock For The Devoted Listener, 1990s? - (contains one JA track only - Gray Afternoon featuring Leslie West on guitar)

UNISSUED, OBSCURE (and possibly lost) RECORDINGS

AS AN ARTIST

TEDDY AND THE ROUGH RIDERS, Ohio, 1960-63

THEE RUBBER BAND, Ohio, 1966

THE HOBBITTS, New York City, 1966

BO GRUMPUS, Atlantic, New York City, 1968

JOLLIVER ARKANSAW, Bell or Windfall, New York City, 1969

KAL-MUK AND THE LYNCH MOB, Los Angeles, 1970
(Jim Colegrove, Amos Garrett, N. D. Smart II, Buddy Cage, Zal Yanovsky)

HUNGRY CHUCK, Bearsville, Woodstock, New York, 1972

THE RHYTHM BLUE JAYS, Woodstock, New York, 1972
(Joe Hutchinson, Jim Colegrove, Stephen Bruton, Ben Keith, N. D. Smart II)

JOOK, Woodstock, New York, 1973
(Joe Hutchinson, Jim Colegrove, David Wilcox, Billy Mundi)

LITTLE WHISPER AND THE RUMORS, Atlantic, Los Angeles, 1976, and various live performances

THE JUKE JUMPERS, various live performances, 1977-1993

AS A SIDEMAN

CHARLES O'HAGERTY, New York City, 1969

FEATHERHEAD, New York City, 1969

LESLIE WEST (MOUNTAIN), Windfall, New York City, 1969

BARBARA KEITH, New York City, 1970

CASSIE CULVER, Bearsville, Woodstock, New York, 1971

BOB NEUWIRTH, Woodstock, New York, 1972

NICK GRAVENITES, Woodstock, New York, 1972

BOBBY CHARLES, Woodstock, New York, 1972

PETER YARROW, Woodstock, New York, 1972

ED MOTTAU, New York City, 1973

SID KING, home worktapes, Dallas, 1981

Recording Venues (with engineers and producers listed):

Don King Studio - Dayton, Ohio, 1959

Rite Records Studio - Cincinnati, Ohio, 1959

King Records - Cincinnati, Ohio, 1959 - 1962 ( worked with engineers Eddie Smith and Chuck Seitz)

Bradley Studio Quonset Hut - Nashville, Tennessee, 1961 (worked with Selby Coffeen)

Commercial Sound - Dayton, Ohio, 1964

Film Associates - Dayton, Ohio, 1965

Talentmasters Recording Studio - New York, 1966 - 1967 (worked with Chris Houston and Felix Pappalardi)

Columbia Recording Studios - New York 1966, 1970

Atlantic Recording Studios - New York, 1967 - 1968 (worked with Tom Dowd, Adrian Barber, Felix Pappalardi)

Hit Factory - New York, 1968 - 1969

Gotham Studios - New York 1969, (worked with Bob D'Orleans and Felix Pappalardi)

A&R Studios - 1969 (worked with Shelley Yakus and Peter Asher)

Coordinated Sound Studio - New York 1969 (worked with Art Polheumus)

Bearsville Studo - Bearsville, New York, 1970 - 1974 (worked with Mark Harman, Nick Jameson, John Simon, Robbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Jim Rooney, Todd Rundgren, and Phil Ramon)

Toronto Sound - Toronto, Ontario, 1971 (worked with John Hill, Peter Houston, and Ben Keith)

Buffalo Sound Studio - Fort Worth, Texas , 1976 - 1977 (worked with Tom Dowd)

Clover Recording Studio - Los Angeles, California - 1976 ( worked with Tom Dowd)

JD&D Recording Studio - Grand Prairie, Texas 1980

Pantego Recording Studo - Arlington, Texas 1981 - 1982 (worked with Jerry Abbott and Jerry Hudson)

Platinum Studio - Dallas, Texas 1981

Sumet - Burnet Studios - Dallas, Texas 1981 -1983 (worked with John Mayfield)

Eagle Audio - Fort Worth, Texas 1987 - 1990s

Mickey Moody’s Studio - Mansfield, Texas 1995 (worked with Mickey Moody)

Gold Tooth Studios - Fort Worth, Texas, 1995 to present

Plus various live venue recording sessions and live radio and TV performances which would include four years of live performances recorded and video taped on the Ian Tyson Show which were broadcast every week on network television in Canada.


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