Chanteur Country US originaire de Beaumont (Texas).

  US Country singer from Beaumont (Texas).

Talents : Vocals

Style musical : Traditional Country

Iíd Still Want You (1952) (Eddie Noack - Vocals)

Music Making Mama From MEMPHIS (1952) (Eddie Noack - Vocals)

BIG BLACK CAT (1955)

WE SMILED (1956)

You Traveled Too Far (1954)

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000 10

DISCOGRAPHY

78 t. & Singles

1951 78 t. & SP FREEDOM 5033 (US)

Charlie HARRIS & R.D. HENDONíS WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Those Tears On Your Eyes / No Shoes Boogie

1951 78 t. & SP Gilt Edge 5040 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Oh! Mr President / Don't Say No

1951 78 t. & SP 4-STAR X-20 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Oh! Mr President / Don't Say No
1951 78 t. & SP 4-STAR X-24 (US)

R.D. HENDON - Wandering Blues / Marking Time

1951 78 t. & SP 4-STAR X-33 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - This Moon Won't Last Forever / I Can't Run Away

01/1952 78 t. 4-STAR 1590 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - This Moon Won't Last Forever / Please Mr. Postman
01/1952 SP 4-STAR 45-1590 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - This Moon Won't Last Forever / Please Mr. Postman

01/1952 78 t. 4-STAR 1595 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - (Vocals Eddie NOACK) - Iíd Still Want You / Music Making Mama From Memphis
01/1952 SP 4-STAR 45-1595 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - (Vocals Eddie NOACK) - Iíd Still Want You / Music Making Mama From Memphis

03/1952 78 t. 4-STAR 1599 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - (Vocals Eddie NOACK) - Please Mr . Postman / Thereís A Place In My Heart
03/1952 SP 4-STAR 45-1599 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - (Vocals Eddie NOACK) - Please Mr . Postman / Thereís A Place In My Heart
1952 78 t. & SP SHAMROCK X-13 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Hit And Run Driver / Blues Boogie

04/1952 78 t. & SP 4-STAR X-41 (US)

R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - I'm Going To See My Baby [Vocals : Eddie NOACK] / Nervous Breakdown

1953 78 t. & SP 4-STAR X-86 (US) R.D. HENDON - Crazy Mixed Up Kid / Talking To Myself
11/1953 78 t. 4-STAR 1644 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Blues Boogie (instr.) / Ain't Got A Lick Of Sense
11/1953 SP 4 STAR 45-1644 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Blues Boogie (instr.) / Ain't Got A Lick Of Sense
1954 SP STARDAY 45-167 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - You Traveled Too Far / Return My Broken Heart
06/1955 SP STARDAY 45-194 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Big Black Cat / Four Walls
03/1956 SP STARDAY 45-228 (US) R.D. HENDON & His WESTERN JAMBOREE COWBOYS - Don't Push Me / We Smiled

Album

2006 CD Cattle Compact CCD-329 (GER)

R. D. Hendon and And His Western Jamboree Cowboys, 1951-1956 - Blues Boogie (inst.) / Don't Push Me (Let Me Fall) / Don't Say No / For Now And Always / Hit And Run Driver / I Ain't Got A Lick Of Sense / I Can't Run Away / I'd Still Want You / I'm Going To See My Baby / Little White Cottage / Lonely Nights / Marking Time / Music Making Mama From Memphis / Nervous Breakdown (inst.) / No Shoes Boogie / Oh Mr President / Please Mr Postman / Return My Broken Heart / Spanish Fireball / Step By Step / Talking To Myself / The Waltz Of Texas / The Wandering Blues / There's A Place In My Heart / This Moon Won't Last Forever (# 1) / This Moon Won't Last Forever (# 2) / Those Tears In Your Eyes / Trademark / We Smiled / You Crazy Mixed Up Kid / You Traveled Too Far

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