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Playlist of Tarheel Slim

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    Tarheel Slim - No time at all

    56:37

    Tarheel Slim - No time at all (1975) Trix ‎– TRIX 3310

    Guitar – Dan Del Santo (tracks: 14), Tarheel Slim
    Mastered By – Ray Hagerty
    Piano – Big Chief Ellis (tracks: 03, 11), Tarheel Slim
    Producer – Pete Lowry, Tarheel Slim
    Recorded By – Pete Lowry
    Vocals – Tarheel Slim

    01 So Sweet, So Sweet
    02 Married Woman Blues
    03 The Guy With The .45
    04 No Time At All
    05 My Baby's Gone
    06 Weeping Willow
    07 Walking
    08 'Fore Day Creep
    09 Jitterbug Rag
    10 Some Cold Rainy Day
    11 Screaming & Crying
    12 Open Nose
    13 Dark Shadows
    14 Superstitious
    15 180 Days

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    Tarheel Slim - 180 Days

    3:21

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    Tarheel Slim - No 9 Train

    2:57

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    Tarheel Slim Wildcat Tamer

    2:58

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Security

    3:11

    a couple of killer rockers from 1959

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Its Too Late

    2:46

    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - It's Too Late

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    TARHEEL SLIM - WILDCAT TAMER Fury 1016 1958

    2:59

    OSAKA TWIST AND SHOUT
    (Robinson-Bunn)
    Fire Music BMI
    Matrix NUmber: F-1031-45

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    Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train

    3:02

    El tren que se llevó a su mujer

    Unite a la comunidad blusera en !

    The number of the train that took his woman!

    Join the blues community at !

    (music and photo not owned by mundoblues)

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    Tarheel Slim - Weeping willow

    6:02

    Tarheel Slim - Weeping willow (Blind Boy Fuller)

    Tarheel Slim - No time at all (Trix 3310)(1975)

    Tarheel Slim - Vocal, guitar and harmonica

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    Tarheel Slim - 3 songs - 1949

    7:32

    ...3 great songs at that - Allen Bunn, aka Tarheel Slim, with unkown accompanyist(s)

    The songs are: I Have Found No Friend, You're A Little Too Slow, On The Road To Glory

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    Tarheel Slim & Lil Ann - I Submit To You

    2:42

    Port. Flip side of Close To You.

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    Tarheel Slim - Wildcat Tamer

    2:58

    Wildcat Tamer by Tarheel Slim from the album 100 Rhythm & Blues Classics
    Released 2017-10-27 on Not Now Music
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    The Rhythm & Blues genre (better known as R&B) grew out of the vibrant music that could be heard in African-American churches in the Deep South. Many of the artists featured on this comprehensive 100 track collection began their musical odyssey either singing in church, or getting excited by the call and respond exchanges between choir and congregation. The journey from gospel to soul to R&B was short, but eventful. Enjoy this superb compilation featuring Ray Charles, Etta James, Irma Thomas, Buster Brown and many more...
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

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    Tarheel Slim - Some cold, rainy day

    5:46

    Off 'No time at all' album (1975)
    Tarheel Slim/ vocals, guitar

    -Alden Bunn (aka Tarheel Slim / 1924-1977 North Carolina) has been a dabbled-in-this-and- that musician: gospel, blues, rhythm'n'blues, rockabilly.
    After few years off the scene, nearly at the end of his life, he was going back to his roots, performing some old Carolina blues

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Cant Stay Away

    2:21

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    Much To Late - Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Fire 1009

    2:39

    Alden Allen Buny aka Tarheel Slim (b.1924 d.1977) was an original member of the singing group The Larks. He went solo in 1952 & teamed up with his future wife Ann Lee Stanford (Little Ann) as The Lovers. They had hit in 1957, and in 1959
    they hit with It's To Late. This disc Much Too Late is the follow up to that song also 1959.

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    Tarheel Slim - No Time At All

    2:47

    Tarheel Slim - No Time At All (Trix 4503)

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Don´t Ever Leave Me

    2:47

    Don´t Ever Leave Me, 45 on the Fire label (1959) backed with It´s too late. Sound from my own vinyl.

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    Tarheel Slim and Little Ann - Two Time Loser

    2:55

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    Nico Wayne Toussaint - some cold rainy day - Tarheel Slim

    5:43

    Beautiful song from the great Tarheel Slim.
    Listen to his own version @

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    Tarheel Slim - No 9 Train

    2:57

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    Tarheel Slim - Wildcat Tamer

    3:16

    Flip: Number 9 Train
    Issued on Fury Records in 1958

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    TARHEEL SLIM & LITTLE ANN - GOT TO KEEP ON LOVIN YOU

    3:09

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    Tarheel Slim - Dark Shadows

    3:59

    from No Time At All

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    Tarheel Slim - Number Nine Train

    2:54

    Number Nine Train by Tarheel Slim from the album Let's Stick Together: The Fury Records Story 1957-1962
    Released 2014-09-12 on One Day Music
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    Fury Records was founded by Bobby Robinson, who Variety magazine saluted in their obituary as the ‘independent label entrepreneur whose career spanned the worlds of Fifties R&B and first-generation rap.’ He was certainly a man who made things happen, with the likes of Wilbert Harrison, Gladys Knight and the Kodaks, this compilation of 50 tracks from the Fury vaults is a fitting testament to him.
    © 2014 One Day Music
    ℗ 2014 One Day Music

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    Tarheel Slim - Wildcat Tamer

    3:00

    Wildcat Tamer by Tarheel Slim from the album Let's Stick Together: The Fury Records Story 1957-1962
    Released 2014-09-12 on One Day Music
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    Fury Records was founded by Bobby Robinson, who Variety magazine saluted in their obituary as the ‘independent label entrepreneur whose career spanned the worlds of Fifties R&B and first-generation rap.’ He was certainly a man who made things happen, with the likes of Wilbert Harrison, Gladys Knight and the Kodaks, this compilation of 50 tracks from the Fury vaults is a fitting testament to him.
    © 2014 One Day Music
    ℗ 2014 One Day Music

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    I Have Found No Friend - Tarheel Slim

    2:33

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    Its Too Late

    2:44

    Provided to YouTube by Redeye Worldwide

    It's Too Late · Tarheel Slim & Little Ann

    Baby’s A Rock & Roller : ’55 to ’65 Dance Floor Hits

    ℗ Copyright Control

    Released on: 2016-12-30

    Artist: Tarheel Slim & Little Ann

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    Allen Bunn - Too Much Competition

    2:55

    Red Robin Records 1953 B/W My Kinda Woman

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    Tarheel Slim - So Sweet So Sweet

    3:18



    No Time At All
    Alden Bunn

    Talk about a versatile musician: Alden Bunn (aka Tarheel Slim) recorded in virtually every postwar musical genre imaginable. Lowdown blues, gospel, vocal group R&B, poppish duets, even rockabilly weren't outside the sphere of his musicianship. However, spirituals were Bunn's first love. While still in North Carolina during the early '40s, the guitarist worked with the Gospel Four and then the Selah Jubilee Singers, who recorded for Continental and Decca. Bunn and Thurman Ruth broke away in 1949 to form their own group, the Jubilators. During a single day in New York in 1950, they recorded for four labels under four different names!
    One of those labels was Apollo, who convinced them to go secular. That's basically how the Larks, one of the seminal early R&B vocal groups whose mellifluous early-'50s Apollo platters rank with the era's best, came to be. Bunn sang lead on a few of their bluesier items (Eyesight to the Blind, for one), as well as doing two sessions of his own for the firm in 1952 under the name of Allen Bunn. As Alden Bunn, he encored on Bobby Robinson's Red Robin logo the next year. Bunn also sang with another R&B vocal group, the Wheels. And coupled with his future wife, Anna Sanford, Bunn recorded as the Lovers; Darling It's Wonderful, their 1957 duet for Aladdin's Lamp subsidiary, was a substantial pop seller. (Ray Ellis did the arranging.)
    Tarheel Slim made his official entrance in 1958 with his wife, now dubbed Little Ann, in a duet format for Robinson's Fire imprint (It's Too Late, Much Too Late). Then old Tarheel came out of the gate like his pants were on fire with a pair of rockabilly raveups of his own, Wildcat Tamer and No. 9 Train, with Jimmy Spruill on blazing lead guitar. After a few years off the scene, Tarheel Slim made a bit of a comeback during the early '70s, with an album for Pete Lowry's Trix logo that harked back to Bunn's Carolina blues heritage. It would prove his last. - Bill Dahl

    Photos: Pete Lowry, Valerie Wilmer

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    TARHEEL SLIM LITTLE ANN Dont Ever Leave Me 1959

    2:42

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    Cant Stay Away - Tarheel Slim and Little Ann

    2:26

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    Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train

    2:55

    Number 9 Train by Tarheel Slim from the album A Stack of Blues
    Released 2016-07-01 on Not Now Music
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    This opulent compilationt offers 60 classic tracks, all of which have been covered by or, at the least, influenced later performers. Some of the artists – B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Muddy Waters, the Kings – will be more familiar than others, but the music is uniformly potent. Enjoy!
    © 2016 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2016 Not Now Music

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    Tarheel Slim ~ Number 9 Train ~1959

    3:13

    Tarheel Slim ~ Number 9 Train 1959.
    I Hope You Enjoy !!

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    Tarheel Slim - Screaming & crying

    3:21

    Off 'No time at all' album (1975)
    -Tarheel Slim/vocals, guitar; Big Chief Ellis/ piano,vocals

    -Alden Bunn (aka Tarheel Slim / 1924-1977 North Carolina) has been a dabbled-in-this-and- that musician: gospel, blues, rhythm'n'blues, rockabilly.
    After few years off the scene, nearly at the end of his life, he was going back to his roots, performing some old Carolina blues

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - Lock Me In your Heart 1960

    2:19

    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann
    Lock Me In your Heart
    Fire 1009
    [1960]

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    Bless You My Darling - Tarheel Slim & Little Ann

    2:35

    My darling, Bless you.

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    Tarheel Slim & Little Ann - I Love You Because

    3:06

    b/w Send Me The Pillow You Dream On

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    Blues Come To Chapel Hill - Tarheel Slim - No Time At All

    2:01

    Blues Come To Chapel Hill - Tarheel Slim - No Time At All

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    Eddie & the Head Starts - No 9 Train - -

    2:44

    Eddie & the Head Starts - No 9 Train -
    Concert du 18 MARS 2017 au Pub LE SAINT VINCENT à ST MAXIMIN (60)

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    Tarheel SLim and Little Ann Lock Me in Your Heart FIRE 45rpm

    2:25

    Fabulous tune on the Fire label #1009 Playing on the Fisher console.

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    Tarheel Slim and Little Ann - Cant Stay Away From You

    2:37

    b/w Forever I'll Be Yours

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    TARHEEL SLIM LITTLE ANN Its Too Late 1959

    2:43

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    Mack Stevens - Number 9 train

    3:40

    Mack Stevens & The In The Groove Boys playin' Number 9 train, originally recorded by .

    Recorded Live & Planeta - BET Producciones (Munro - Buenos Aires) 2014-06-19.

    Mack Stevens (Vocals & Acoustic Guitar)

    ** The In the Groove Boys are:

    Path Thirteen (Upright Bass)
    Charlie Callthrop (Drums & Background Vocals)
    Fer Couto (Guitar & Background Vocals)
    Luis Musa (Piano)

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    Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train

    2:56

    Number 9 Train by Tarheel Slim from the album Freight Train
    Released 2017-08-11 on Not Now Music
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    Long before automobiles became commonplace, the method of transport that symbolised freedom and independence in America was the train… “Go west, young man” was the advice offered to all those hoping to prosper, be they gold prospector or farmer. The wagon trains disappeared over the horizon, replaced by steel rails that set the ground humming. The railroad first crossed the continent in 1869, and it wasn’t long before those steaming, blazing engines were commemorated in song.
    © 2017 Not Now Music
    ℗ 2017 Not Now Music

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    somebody changed the lock on my door, 1949, allen bunn/tarheel slim

    2:34

    Tarheel Slim/Alden Bunn/Allen Bunn on this blues bopper from 1949. Dig it!! Great voice.

    Did many styles, here's his discography.

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    Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train

    2:59

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    Tarheel Slim No 9 Train

    2:49

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    Tarheel Slim - Number 9 Train

    3:02

    Number 9 Train by Tarheel Slim from the album Jump, Jive & Wail - Very Best Of
    Released 2015-03-27 on AudioSonic Music
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    There are two kinds of music that make a mark – successful music and influential music. Our collection contains many tracks, most dating from the immediate postwar decade, which proved an inspiration to artists and groups who made their name in the Sixties and beyond. But that’s not to say some of them haven’t been hits along the line.Jump, jive, jazz, blues… Stop analysing and start enjoying this treasure trove of influential tracks from American music’s golden age. You may not have heard some of it before, but you can bet your heroes have!
    © 2015 AudioSonic Music
    ℗ 2015 AudioSonic Music .

    This is officially licensed content, not a copyright infringement. For any issues, please get in touch with finetunes first.

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    tarheel slim and little ann_bless you my darling.wmv

    2:39

    it'd be a crime to not have this on youtube. My favorite song of the collaboration between tarheel slim and little ann called Bless you, my darling.

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    The Cattle Thieves - Wildcat Tamer

    2:40

    Finnish rockabilly. Recorded November 16, 2017.

    The Cattle Thieves are:
    - Lazy Lorenzo: vocal/acoustic rhythm guitar
    - Cowboy Kytse: electric lead guitar
    - Cajun Joe: acoustic bass

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