Part 1: The Singles
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SINGLES: 

As THE DAWN BREAKERS


(In case some old Dawn Breakers see the Discology page, the culprits are:
Buddy Baker, Jim Warne, Don Fronczak, and Jackie Blanchard.-Jack.)
BOY WITH THE BE-BOP GLASSES (And The Suede Shoes)/The Things I Love
Coral 61619
(Special thanks to Tom McCallum for the label scans!)

As JACKIE BLANCHARD & THE ROCKIN' IMPALLAS:

THE KING O' HEARTS/Only A Fool
MIDA 111

As MARYANNE MAIL (Misty) with Paul Gale (Tenor Sax):

THE TONGA TORCH/(Let's Have A) Hayride
Zodiac 3340
(Special thanks to Moragh Carter for the pics!)

As THE JACK BLANCHARD GROUP with the Doug Wayne Guitars:
GEMINI/New World
Zodiac 3341
(NOTE: According to Jack, The Ventures covered "Gemini" (and they did, too: 
Dolton #311, 1965), which effectively killed the Blanchard version.)

As JACQUELINE HYDE (Misty):
STRANGE NEW WORLD/Runaway
Zodiac (number unknown)

As MARYANNE MAIL (Misty) with Rusty Diamond:
LONELY SENTRY/I Guess I'd Better Get Up And Go Home
Starday 747 (1965)
(NOTE: According to Jack, this A side also appeared on the Starday LP 
"COUNTRY MUSIC GOES TO WAR".)

1967/8:



BETHLEHEM STEEL/No Sign Of Love
Those DARN Records 2041(a)/2042 (b)

1969:
BETHLEHEM STEEL/No Sign Of Love
Wayside 1024


BIG BLACK BIRD (The Spirit Of Our Love)/The Autumn Song (On A Yellow Day) Wayside 1028 #59 Reissued as Wayside/Smash WS-45-000 CHANGIN' TIMES/Poor Jody Wayside/Smash WS-45-007 1970: Australian label
TENNESSEE BIRD WALK/The Clock Of St. James Wayside/Smash WS-45-010 #1 (2 wks) [#23 pop] German picture sleeveAustralian labelGerman label
HUMPHREY THE CAMEL/A Place In My Mind Wayside/Smash WS-45-013
#5 [#78 pop] Australian label
YOU'VE GOT YOUR TROUBLES (I've Got Mine)/How I Lost 31 Pounds In 17 Days Wayside/Smash WS-45-015
#27 1971: THERE MUST BE MORE TO LIFE (Than Growing Old)(#25)/Fire Hydrant #79 (#46) Mega 615-0031 Their only double-sided hit to date! SOMEWHERE IN VIRGINIA IN THE RAIN/If Eggs Had Legs Mega 615-0046 #15 1972: Australian label
THE LEGENDARY CHICKEN FAIRY/The Night We Heard The Voice Mega 615-0063 #38 WASHIN' HARRY DOWN THE SINK/Miami Sidewalks Mega 615-0082 SECOND TUESDAY IN DECEMBER/Don't It Make You Want To Go Home Mega 615-0089 #60 1973: A HANDFUL OF DIMES/It Seems Like There Ain't No Going Home Mega 615-0101 #65 SHADOWS OF THE LEAVES/Sweet Memories Mega 615-0114 THE COCKROACH STOMP/Carolina Sundown Red Epic 5-11030 JUST ONE MORE SONG/Why Did I Sleep So Long? Epic 5-11058 #23 1974: SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND/Here Today & Gone Tomorrow Epic 5-11097 #53 DOWN TO THE END OF THE WINE/You Can't Say I Didn't Try Epic 8-50023 #41 1975: THE HOUSE (That Used To Be A Home)/Cows+ Epic 8-50082 BECAUSE WE LOVE/It's Me* Epic 8-50122 #74 (*-aka "Starvin' Hog Blues") I'M HIGH ON YOU/Let's Pretend Epic 8-50181 #68 1976: MOTEL TIME/Forty-Seven Miles Epic 8-50205 MOLASSES IN THE MOONLIGHT/Hands Epic 8-50245 1977:
LIVING TOGETHER/Tennessee Bird Walk (remake) United Artists UA-XW1004 HEARTACHES/You Come So Easy To Me United Artists UA-XW1067 1979:
TENNESSEE BIRD WALK/unknown King GT4-2092 SOMEWHERE IN VIRGINIA IN THE RAIN/Cotton Blossom Autumn Hill AH 1015+ 1980: SAFE HARBOR/I Will Nu-Sound (number unknown) ASLEEP IN THE SADDLE/Island Of Love Nu-Sound 80N-440/441 According to Jack, they also recorded one or two 45s on the Autumn Hill label during the 80s. 2000: SOMEWHERE IN VIRGINIA IN THE RAIN Song 1 (number unknown) #5 (IndieWorld chart) RINGS OF GOLD Song 1 (number unknown) #1 (IndieWorld chart) 2001: JUST ONE MORE SONG Stardust International SHADOWS OF THE LEAVES Stardust International #29 (May 2001) CALL ON ME Stardust International #30 (June 2001) 2002: RUSTY AND THE COWBOYS WHP Records (Feb. 2002) THERE MUST BE MORE TO LIFE (Than Growing Old) Song 1 (March 2002) #4 (Indieworld chart) SEEMS LIKE THERE AIN'T NO GOIN' HOME Stardust International (March 2002) #1 FIRE HYDRANT #79 Stardust International #37 (May 2002) SOMEWHERE IN VIRGINIA IN THE RAIN Stardust International #38 (July 2002) 2003: SWEET MEMORIES Stardust International #41 (February 2003) SAFE HARBOR Stardust International #42 (April 2003) PERRY MASON RIDES AGAIN Roto Noto Records [Canada] (June 23, 2003) BETHLEHEM STEEL Stardust International #43 (June 2003) WASHING HARRY DOWN THE SINK Stardust International #44 (August 2003) YOU COME SO EASY TO ME Stardust International #45 (October 2003) 2004: THE HOUSE (That Used To Be A Home) Stardust International #48 (March 2004) CAROLINA SUNDOWN RED Stardust International #49 (May 2004) SHADOW OF A BIG BLACK BIRD Stardust International #50 (July 2004) IF EGGS HAD LEGS Stardust International #51 (Sept. 2004) 2005: TRY STILL COMIN' DOWN Stardust International #53 (April 2005) HIGH ON YOU Stardust International #54 (June 2005) I WILL Stardust International #56 (November 2005) 2006: THE SUNSET TRAIN Stardust International #60 (January 2006) THE VOICE Stardust International #61 (March 2006) RINGS OF GOLD Stardust International #62 (July 2006) MOTEL TIME Stardust International #63 (September 2006) 47 MILES Stardust International #64 (November 2006) 2007: BLUES COME IN FROM THE RAIN Stardust International #65 (January 2007) Special thanks to Jack Blanchard, and the folks at The Record Finder and recordmaster.com for supplying valuable discographical info (especially on some of the more obscure titles)! +-Very special thanks to sharp-eared collector Ken Pobo for filling in the additional blanks here! All chart positions as they appeared in Billboard Magazine's country [and pop] charts copyright 1969-1975 BPI Communications, Inc.
The albums can be found on the Albums At A Glance page.

 

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