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 Unfortunately, the following "45 rpm" records are no longer available from John Pickering:

 

Item

Titles

Comments

Happy Rhythm Boys

45-600 (1956)

I Met The Master/Gloryland Jubilee

Quartet including John Pickering

Happy Rhythm Boys

45-601 (1956)

Will The Lord Be With Me/How Long Has It Been

Quartet including John Pickering

Happy Rhythm Boys

45-602 (1956)

Mansions Can’t Be Bought In Heaven/I’m Gonna Move To The Sky

Quartet including John Pickering

Columbia Records

4-41096 (1958)

Moondreams/Look To The Future

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Columbia Records

4041041 (1957)

Patty Baby/Don’t Do Me This Way!

Rick Tucker and The Picks

Guyden Records

2050 (1960)

Angela/Two Lonely Tear Drops (Both written by Bill Pickering and L. O. Holley)

Solos by Billy Duane (Bill Pickering)

Stop Records, Inc.

ST 282 (1969)

Proud Mary/They Linger On (Written by John & Bill Pickering)

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stop Records, Inc.

ST 347 (1970)

Going Down To The River (Written by John Pickering)/Don’t It Make You Want To Go Home

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stop Records, Inc.

ST 1572 (1970)

Words/Oh Boy

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stoneway Records

1064 (1973)

It’s Him Again/You’re Thinking Of Leaving (Written by John Pickering)

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stoneway Records

1068 (1973)

Autumn In June/I Can’t Hurt Her

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stoneway Records

1077 (1973)

The Only Bridge I Never Burned/I’ve Been Changing

Duets by The Pickering Brothers

Stoneway Records

1089 (1973)

Rainbow At Midnight/Heartache No. 9 (Written by John Pickering

Solos by Bill Pickering

Stoneway Records

1098 (1974)

One Of These Days/What Might Have Been (Written by John Pickering)

Solos by Bill Pickering

Stoneway Records

1165 (1974)

Listen They’re Playing Our Song/I’m Not Strong Enough (Written by John Pickering)

Solos by Gene Watson

Peak Records

1001 (1973)

Getting Up In The Morning Is  Getting Me Down (Written by John Pickering)/Teach Me To Forget

Solos by Roy Beemer and The Country Beemers