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No matter, really, for it is a bright and humorous country boogie that makes a welcome contribution here.Sam Phillips' brother-in-law, mentor, and radio partner Jimmy Connolly tipped him to a sometime WJLD employee, Sidney ''Hardrock'' Gunter, who had acquired his felicitous nickname not from the music that he played but from an incident that occurred when he was a teenager loading up the car for his first musical gig and the trunk lid fell on his head.

Stationed in San Diego, California, he saw Gene Vincent, and formed an onbase band, the Jim Bobs, with two guys named Bob.

The alimony theme had first been recorded in 1928 by Buddy Baxter on Victor, and then in 1933 by Bill Cox and by Jimmie Davis. None of these songs is the same as Joe Manuel's though, whose recording is one of the best country performances on the new box set.

Like ''Alimony Blues'', ''Daisy Bread Boogie'' had us thrown for several years and the reference to ''Pennington'' had us checking out a string of singers to no avail.

Then Bill Diehl, a bass player and country bandleader in Memphis came up with the view that this artist was undoubtedly Gene Steele.

Steele was known as the ''Singing Salesman'' and appeared on Memphis radio for over 20 years.

Stationed in San Diego, California, he saw Gene Vincent, and formed an onbase band, the Jim Bobs, with two guys named Bob.The alimony theme had first been recorded in 1928 by Buddy Baxter on Victor, and then in 1933 by Bill Cox and by Jimmie Davis. None of these songs is the same as Joe Manuel's though, whose recording is one of the best country performances on the new box set.Like ''Alimony Blues'', ''Daisy Bread Boogie'' had us thrown for several years and the reference to ''Pennington'' had us checking out a string of singers to no avail.Then Bill Diehl, a bass player and country bandleader in Memphis came up with the view that this artist was undoubtedly Gene Steele.Steele was known as the ''Singing Salesman'' and appeared on Memphis radio for over 20 years.he announced that he was the man who had taught Elvis Presley to play guitar, and proceeded to leave on tape fifteen demo songs.