“Miss Molly”, a song written by Cindy Walker, was first recorded by Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys for the Okeh label, on July 15, 1942, on CBS Studio (Radio Station KNX) 6121 Gower and Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 28. In that same session, five more songs were recorded, Bob Wills, was accompanied on the recording by: Leon Huff (vocal), Doyle Salathier (guitar), Leon McAuliffe (steel and vocal), Darrell Jones (bass), Joe Holley (fiddle), Bob Wills (fiddle), Louis Tierney (fiddle), Bob Fitzgerald (drums), Morris Billington (piano) + horns. The song was released in July 1943, and was later re-released on May 12, 1947, as the B-side of Roly-Poly for the Columbia label.
The song would be re-recorded on December 3, 1973, in Dallas, TX. In that session 16 songs were recorded, Bob was accompanied at the recording session by: Bob Wills (speach), Leon McAuliffe (steel, vocal on Miss Molly), Eldon Shamblin (electric guitar), Tommy Allsup and Bob Moore (bass), Leon Rausch (bass, vocal), Jody Nix (drums and vocal), Smokey Dacus (drums), Keith Coleman (fiddle), Johnny Gimble (fiddle and electric mandolin), Hoyle Nix (fiddle and vocal) and Al Stricklin (piano).
The song was featured on Bob Wills & His Texas Cowboys’ first studio album, Bob Wills Round Up (Columbia 1947).
The second recording included the two vinyl box set, For the Last Time (United Artists Records 1974).
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