NORMAN PETTY STUDIO PRODUCTIONS
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GAINSBOROUGH GALLERY (Calgary, Alberta)

 

 

GAIRRETT BROTHERS  (Billings, MT)  John, Jim Bob & Darrell Gairrett, Shorty Spang - produced by Billy Stull, recorded at his Amarillo studio, only Clovis/Petty involvement was the final mix

 

 

 

GARCIA, SIDRO    (Willard, NM)  possibly with his group "The Sneakers"

GARDNER, RAY    (Gloucester "Ray" Gardner)  born Livingston, AL - died 2007 in Vallejo, CA

GENTLEMAN'S AGREEMENT  (Salt Lake, Utah)  Blair Andersen (drums, vocals), Jim Carlson (vocals, keys), Jeff Rowe (lead guitar, vocals), Kenneth Clough (bass, first session), Brad Anderson (bass, replaced Clough)

 

GEORGE & BABS   (George & Barbara Tomsco)

 

 

GETTYSBYRG ADDRESS     (Winnipeg, MB group & label)  Mike Hanford, Bill Wallace, Orest Andrews, Kurt Winter, Craig Hamblin - Norman produced at "Harmony Kids Studio" in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

 

 

GILBERT, RONNIE

 

GILMER, JIMMY   (Amarillo, TX)  had the most released output of any artist that recorded with Norman. All recordings are with The Fireballs backing except *

 

 

 

 

GLIDERS  (also see "Glen Pace")

 

GOODSON, HAL & THE RAIDERS   Lubbock, TX   (Harold Goodson from Childress, TX) (Raiders included: Scotty Turner aka Graham Turnbull (lead guitar), James Dereyer (rhythm guitar), Leon Bagwell (bass guitar) Norman had J.I. Allison come in on drums

 

 

GRAHAM, SCOTTY    West Texas musician

 

GRANTHAM & STONE

 

GREEN, GEORGE & DON  (Friona, TX) George Green was a Portales, NM DJ in the '40s.

 

GREEN, GWYN & DON 

 

GREER, ALLEN       Allen Dell Greer from Wheeler County, TX - died 1970, age 35

 

 

GREINES, EDWIN

 

GRIFFIN, TONY   (Antonio Griffin of Clovis, NM)

 

 

GRIFFITH, HOPE   (Idalou, TX)

 

 

GROUP AXIS  (Clovis, NM - also see "Shi Guys" and "Alfalfa")
Bill Crawford (lead guitar), Tommy Thompson (organ), Robert Hart (drums), Jay Leutwyler (bass, vocals), Johnny Lee Schell (lead guitar, replaced Crawford)

 

 

GUESS, DON   (Lubbock, TX)  with Four Teens at the time of these recordings, split session with Terry Noland

 

GUILLOT, GARY  (also see "Gary Christopher")  (Denver, CO)

 

 

GUITARS INC.  (The Fireballs)

 

 

GUYS & DOLL   (Pueblo, CO)  Angelo Rotondo, Claudia Rotondo, Rick Witcowich (Angelo & Rick were former members of "The Teardrops")

 

 

HAGGIN, ANN   (El Paso, TX)   regular performer in Clovis area lounges - her trio featured Jack Vaughn (guitar), Bill Galloway (drums)

 

 HANCOCK, TOMMY  (Lubbock, TX)

 

 

HANEY, TOMMY   (Clovis, NM)

 

 

HANKINS, CLYDE   (Lubbock, TX)  with Red Shade (banjo), Bowman Brothers (vocals), George Atwood (bass), Norman Petty (organ), Vi Petty (percussion)

 

 

HAPPY COOKER  (Edmonton, Alberta)  Mike Ball, Darryl Kitlitz, Bob Titiryn, Rick Etherington, Jerry Dale (group mgr, vocal on Jamestown Ferry)

 

 

HAPPY FEELING  (Calgary, Alberta) (also see "Aiello, Jim & Happy Feeling" and "Feeling")  Jim Aiello, Bob Moffatt, Gord Moffatt, Danny Ferguson, Gerry Mudry

 


HAPPY RETURN
  (St. Louis, MO)  Steve Noack (vocals, lead guitar), Tom Noack (rhythm guitar), Jim Cunningham (organ), Jimmy Albright (bass), Rick Carrell (drums)

HARKRIDER BROTHERS  (Travis "Jack" Jackson & William Edward "Buck" Harkrider from Dumas, TX)  

HATFIELD McCOY    produced by Bud Andrews & Don Caldwell

  • Wait Til The Mornin' (mono) / Wait Til The Morning (stereo) (Shady Brook 009) [rel. 12/1974]

HERNANDEZ, RAMON     classical guitarist from Taos, NM

HESTER, CAROLYN   (Waco/Lubbock, TX)

HIGHWAY

HILL, BAR

HOLLEY, SHERRY  (Buddy Holly's niece from Lubbock, TX)  recorded by Billy Stull in downtown theater  

 

HOLLY, BUDDY (Lubbock, TX)  as solo artist

 

 

HOLLYHAWKS      former Cricket Niki Sullivan and Gene Evans duet effort. Buddy Holly's father Lawrence arranged and financed this record

 

  • When Came The Fall / I Cry All The Time  (Jubilee 5441) [rel. 11/1962]


  • After A While / Time & Time Again (unreleased) [rec. 01/19/1963]

 

HONEST JESS & His Western Cavaliers  (Jerald Messer from Amarillo, TX)

 

  • Suzanne (Quit Rocking To The Can Can) / When Oh When (Honest Jess Records 5818)  [rec. 05/05/1959]

 

HOOTERVILLE TROLLEY  (Albuquerque, NM)  Donald Kinney, Larry Leyba, Martin Nassif, Bill Chreist, Doug Borthwick

 

  • No Silver Bird / The Warmth Of Love  (Lynnette 551) [rec. 07/07/1968]

HOPE  (see Hope Griffith)

HOUND DOG & THE KITTENS 

  • I'm Lookin' For The Lover Of This Town / Don't Tell Me You're Leaving (unreleased)  [rec. 02/21/1963]

 

HUDDLE, JACK  (Lubbock, TX, also see "Jack & Jim")

 

  • Starlight / Believe Me (Petsey 1002 & Kapp 207 USA, Kapp 207 45 & 78 in Canada)  [rec. 04/28/1957, rel. 01/1958]  features Buddy Holly & J.I. Allison backing
     

  • An Old Fashioned Christmas (unreleased) [rec. 11/30/1958]   


HUGHES, BARBARA   (Clovis, NM)  Church pianist/organist & choir director at Ranchvale Elementary in Clovis, accompanied by Vi Petty & Mike Mitchell

  • piano instrumentals (unreleased) [rec. 06/18/1971]


HUGHES, STEVE

  • [rec. 06/06/1979]

 

HUME, DON   (Albuquerque, NM)

 

  • Go Right Ahead / Perfect Night (Felsted 8679) [rec. 05/1963, rel. 11/01/1963] backed by The Fireballs

 

HUNTER  (Ben Hunter Boyett from Hobbs, NM)

 

  • The House Of The Rising Sun / Love Is Strange – Words Of Love  (En Hoc Records 1 & 2) [rel. 11/1982]
     

 

HURRICANE, AL    (Alberto Sanchez (lead guitarist) of Albuquerque, NM. Night Rockers: Morrie Sanchez (Tiny Morrie) rhythm guitar, Baby Gaby Sanchez (sax), Larry Ramirez (drums), Bobby Lucero (bass)

 

  • South Bend / Burrito (Apt 25049) [rec. 08/06/1960, rel. 10/1960]


  • The Royal Buzz / When & Where (unreleased) [rec. 03/04/1961]

  • Lobo / The Racer (Challenge 9127) [rel. 10/1961]  not confirmed to be a Clovis production


  • Mexican Cat / Pedro’s Girlfriend (Hurricane 6972 and Ariola 19156 in Germany) [rec. 03/07/1964, rel. 1966]
     

  • Panchita / La Mula Bronca  (Challenge 59310 and Hurricane 6965) [rel. 1965]
       

 

HYSTERICAL SOCIETY    (Amarillo, TX)   (Mark Hinton (nephew of Mike Hinton, see below band), David Fine, Mike Pugh, Ronnie House)

 

  • I Put A Spell On You / Summertime (Tipton 100) [rec. 09/20/1968]

  • Hey, Old Wise Wind (unreleased) [rec. 09/20/1968]

  • I Got A Line On You / How Many Times / The Work Song (unreleased) [rec. 06/01/1969]

 

HYSTERICAL SOCIETY BOYS  (also see "The Nighthawks")  (Amarillo, TX)  Bob Venable (lead guitar), Mike Hinton (drums), Eddie Reeves (vocals/rhythm guitar), George Atwood (bass)

 

  • I Got Shot (Out Of The Saddle) / Funny Face (EBR 620001) (Eddie Benton Reeves' label) [rec. 08/26/1960, rel. 12/1962]