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A TRIP ALONG BUDDY'S RECORDING PLACES
 
 

In 1955 Buddy and Bob may have recorded two songs at this legendary studio in Dallas . “Down The Line” and “You And I Are Through”. From 1950 to 1956 this studio was the hot spot of country music. Lefty Frizell and Webb Pierce recorded their early fifties hits there. In the mid fifties Lew Williams, Mac Curtis and Sid King tried their best at some classic rockabilly tracks. Norman Petty worked at the Jim Beck studio for a short time as a recording engineer.

When Jim Beck died in his studio in 1956, several major country artists looked around for another place to record and soon found Owen Bradley's studio in Nashville .

The Jim Beck studio is now a clothing store.

 
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