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The date of this demo recording is not clear, but it was probably made in the middle of the 1950s when Slim was resident in Memphis.A few earlier, Slim had recorded for the Tennessee label of Nashville in a variety of honky tonk and hillbilly styles.
Then Bill Diehl, a bass player and country bandleader in Memphis came up with the view that this artist was undoubtedly Gene Steele.
A new trend also started called DIY Do It Yourself projects as families wanted to improve their homes and do their own maintenance.
Car engines continued to get bigger and more powerful and gas cost 29 cents.
According to Manuel's son, Larry, who joined his father's band as a accordionist around 1953 and recalls playing the song many times, the guitarist playing the bluesy licks is Lee Adkins, making probably his first recordings, and the bass player is Danny Chambers.
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.