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Marvin, Ken

Real name Lloyd Leslie George. Born 1924 in Haleyville, Ala. Previously vocalist with Roy Acuff. Also performed as teh original "Lonzo" in the duo Lonzo & Oscar. Disc jockey on WSKY (Asheville, N.C.) in 1956. Died in 1961.


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Date Label & Number Image Title & Credits Matrix Comps
U.S. Singles & EPs
1950/Dec. 30
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury (Ill.)  6295  [78]No rating Well, Oh Well — Ken Marvin    
    No rating I Love You A Thousand Ways — Ken Marvin    
1950/Dec. 30
Bb c&w rev.
Mercury (Ill.)  6295-X45 [45]No rating Well, Oh Well — Ken Marvin 7074  
    No rating I Love You A Thousand Ways — Ken Marvin 7075  
1953/Feb.
(Bb est.)
RCA Victor (N.J.) 20-5141  [78]No rating Uh-Huh Honey — Ken Marvin    
    No rating Forbidden Love — Ken Marvin    
1953/Feb.
(Bb est.)
RCA Victor (N.J.) 47-5141  [45]Label shot
No rating Uh-Huh Honey — Ken Marvin
(from 45)
E2VW-7668  
    Label shot
No rating Forbidden Love — Ken Marvin E2VW-7669  
1959/Oct.
mx series
Intro (Tenn.) EP-45001  [45 EP]
(pressed by Southern)
Label shot
Non-pertinent Two Tone Ten Ton — Ken Marvin
(from EP)
SO: 635 Bullet Collector CD 4511 (#28)
Bullet El Toro CD 101 (#14)
    Pertinent Uh Uh Honey — Ken Marvin
(from EP)
SO: 635 Bullet Collector CD 4505 (#14)
Bullet El Toro CD 101 (#1)
Bullet White Label LP 2802 (#10)
    Label shot
Non-pertinent When I Stop Loving You — Ken Marvin SO: 634  
    Non-pertinent You're So Good To Me — Ken Marvin SO: 634  

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