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Ginny Wright
Born:  August 1, 1932
KWKH Louisiana Hayride

About The Artist

Ginny Wright was a native of Twin City, Georgia. She came from a large family of eight children. She was about five feet five with blonde hair and blue eyes back in the mid-1950s when she was signed to a new label started by Fabor Robison, the Fabor label. Her musical background included the study of opera and ballet. One of her recordings was "I Love You" b/w "I Want You Yes" which was done with Jim Reeves.

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Recordings (78rpm/45rpm)

 
Abbott
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  130 A I Could Still Tell You More
  130 B Please Leave My Darlin' Alone
 
Fabor
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  101 A I Love You (Recitation by Jim Reeves)
  101 B I Want You Yes
  102 A I'm In Heaven (w/Tom Bearden)
  102 B Unknown
  103 A The Lonesome Seagull (w/Jerry Rowley)
  103 B This side by Jerry Rowley
  105 A I Saw E'sau
  105 B My Chihuahua Dog
  110 A Indian Moon
  110 B Your Eyes Feasted Upon Her
  114 A How To Get Married
  114 B Turn Around My Darling
  117 A Are You Mine (w/Tom Tall)
  117 B Somebody New (w/Tom Tall)
  121 A Out Of Line
  121 B Boom Boom Boomerang
  127 A Come With Me
  127 B Will This Dream Come True
  130 A I Could Still Tell You More
  130 B Please Leave My Darlin' Alone
  133 A Where Were You
  133 B Whirlwind
 
Zero
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  ZO-106 A Are You Mine (w/Tom Tall)
  ZO-106 B I've Got Somebody New


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