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Joe Nick Patoski

 

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Joe Nick Patoski is an award-winning journalist and author who is widely considered a leading expert on Texas, particularly with his reporting and writing on music, the environment, and myriad aspects of Texas culture. He has authored biographies of Willie Nelson and Selena, and he has co-authored a biography of Stevie Ray Vaughan. He has collaborated with photographer Laurence Parent on books about the Texas Mountains, the Texas Coast, and Big Bend National Park, all published by University of Texas Press. He has also published Generations on the Land: A Conservation Legacy (Texas A&M Press) and Texas High School Football: More Than the Game (Texas Historical Commission).

His most recent book is The Dallas Cowboys: The Outrageous History of the Biggest, Loudest, Most Hated, Best Loved Football Team in America, published in 2012 by Little, Brown.

A long-time writer for Texas Monthly, Patoski's byline has also appeared in many other magazines and newspapers. He lives near the village of Wimberley in the Texas Hill Country where he swims and paddles in the Blanco River.

Patoski began donating his literary papers to the Southwestern Writers Collection/Wittliff Collections in 1993. He has made numerous donations over the years and his collection is one of the major archives at the Wittliff. A selection of 31 boxes of Patoski's papers has been archivally processed and a finding aid to the collection has been created. It is posted below in its entirety.

In addition, numerous other gifts from Patoski--in the form of archival inventories, rather than a completed finding aid--are also listed on this page, below the finding aid. Please note that the inventory of Patoski's literary papers listed on this page is a very large file--in print form it totals approximately 70 pages.

To conduct research in the Patoski archive, please contact the archivist for a research appointment using the guidelines on the sidebar.

Joe Nick Patoski's author website

 

 

Wittliff Collections

Albert B. Alkek Library/Texas State University-San Marcos

Joe Nick Patoski

Papers, 1929-1998

Bulk: 1975-1995

Collection 029

31 boxes (17 linear feet)

Acquisition: Gift donated by Joe Nick Patoski, 1997-1998. Note: Contact the SWWC for information about additional materials from this writer that have not yet been fullyprocessed.

Access: Open for Research. Photocopying allowed. JNP holds copyright for Selena materials he wrote and created, and half of the Caught in the Crossfire materials he wrote and created with co-author Bill Crawford. Other items will require copyright status determined on a case- by -case basis.

Processed by:  Emily Painton, 1998. [Inventory Revised by Amy Cockreham, 2006]

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE


Typescripts, correspondence, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, printed material, handwritten notes, ephemera, and artifacts, 1929 to 1998 (bulk 1975-1995), created and maintained by Joe Nick Patoski, document much of his writing career, as well as some aspects of his business and personal life.


The collection has been arranged into nine series: Writing (1975-1998, n.d.), Correspondence (1971-1998, n.d.), Promotional Material (1975-1998, n.d.), Research Material (1929-1998, n.d.), Artist Development Inc. (1985-1986, n.d.), Personal (1980-1995), Photographic Material (n.d.), Ephemera and Printed Material (1975-1997), and Sound Recordings (1962-1990).  These series have been created by the cataloger, as the materials arrived with very little discernible order.  Though Research Material and Writing are not the two largest series in the collection, they do offer the most insight into Patoski's research and writing process, as well as into the topics that interest him.  The largest series include Sound Recordings (5.5 lin. ft.), Promotional Material (almost 4 lin. ft.), and Research Material (3.25 lin. ft.).  

Music, in particular Texas and Southwestern music and musicians, is one of Patoski's major areas of interest.  This is well documented in the collection, as each series contains material that reveals Patoski's involvement in the music world as a manager, a critic, and as a fan.  Much of the music material (photographs, interviews, clippings, ephemera) in the Research Material series was complied by Patoski, and it relates to later articles and books written by Patoski.  The largest concentration of music related material is in the Promotional Material series, but the majority of these materials (publicity photographs, press releases, news clippings) are commercial in nature, and were routinely mailed to Patoski.  Therefore, these materials do not necessarily reflect his personal tastes or interests in music.  


Patoski's passion for music has not prevented him from writing about many other topics.  He has written on topics ranging from miniature golf to B-B-Q to the closing of Aquarena Springs in San Marcos.  The wide variety of topics Patoski has researched and written about is well represented in the Writing series and the Research series. 

A relatively smaller group of material in this collection relates to Patoski's personal life.  In the Correspondence series, many of the letters, particularly the letters from his father, offer insight into Patoski's relationships with family and friends.  The Photographic Material series contains many unidentified snapshots of Patoski with friends and family throughout his life.  

Two other collections containing Joe Nick Patoski's papers are also housed at the Southwestern Writers Collection.  The Crawford /Patoski Stevie Ray Vaughan Biography Papers (1964-1993), and the Patoski Selena: Como La Flor Papers (1994-1997) (unprocessed as of 10/98).  These two collections only contain material specifically related to the production of those particular books, and offer further insight into Patoski's research and writing process.

 

 

SERIES DESCRIPTIONS

 

Series I: Writing, 1975-1998, n.d.

Boxes 1-3

 

This series documents the wide variety of topics Patoski has written about, and helps illustrate his writing process from initial handwritten notes to published articles.  Contained in this series are clippings of Patoski's work, as well as unpublished band and club reviews, creative works, and a large quantity of handwritten notes.  A course packet for a feature writing class taught by Patoski is also included in this series.

 

Series II: Correspondence, 1971-1998, n.d.

Boxes 3-4

   

This series contains Patoski's personal and professional correspondence, separated into groupings, for Texas Monthly Correspondence and General Correspondence.  The majority of the general correspondence is personal in nature.  Of particular interest is the relatively large number of letters in general correspondence from Patoski's father, Victor Patoski, most of which are signed simply with the letter V.  The Texas Monthly correspondence are mostly from fans and critics of Patoski's work in the magazine.  Also contained in the Texas Monthly correspondence are interoffice memos, letters from other publications soliciting Patoski's work, correspondence regarding editing, general fan letters, and several personal letters. 

 

Series III: Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d.

Boxes 4-11

 

The promotional material series is predominately made up of photographic and printed material sent to Patoski from music, television and film production companies, record companies, and talent agencies.  Other promotional materials in this series include catalogs, newsletters, festival advertisements, press releases and ephemera all relating to the music industry.

 

Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d.

Boxes 11-17, 28

 

This series of subject files and artist files, made up of newspaper clippings, notes, interviews, photographs and ephemera, illustrates Patoski's many areas of interest and his research methods.  Patoski wrote about and published pieces relating to many of the topics and people in the subject and artist files.  Of particular note is the large amount on material on Joe "King" Carrasco and his band, who Patoski managed in the 1980s.
 

Series V: Artist Development Inc., 1985-1986, n.d.

Box 18

 

This series consists of bank records and a photograph from Joe Nick Patoski's music management business, Artist Development, Inc.  This business existed from about 1985 to 1987, and managed several music groups including Joe "King" Carrasco, Dino Lee, and The True Believers.  Patoski managed these groups while he was also working full-time at Texas Monthly.

 

Series VI: Personal, 1980-1995, n.d.

Boxes 18, 29, 30, 31

 

This series contains a small group of documents pertaining to Patoski's personal financial, legal, and medical matters, as well as art works on paper, and an array of artifacts.  Of particular interest is  Patoski's collection of mostly music related buttons.

 

Series VII: Photographic Material, n.d.

Box 19

 

The photographs in this series are more personal in nature than those in previous series.  Many images of Patoski throughout his life are contained in this series.

 

Series VIII: Ephemera and Printed Material, 1962-1990

Box 19-20

 

This series is a collection of miscellaneous clippings and notes.  They are divided into different categories.  They are writing related, travel related, health and medical related, or arts related. 

 

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d.

Box 21-27

 

The majority of phonographs in this series are from Patoski's personal collection, but some were sent to him as promotional material.  The audio cassettes are mostly non-professional recordings of music, and a few are of interviews with musicians.  A relatively large portion of the audio cassettes are of the band Joe "King" Carrasco, which Patoski managed during the 1980s.

 
 

SERIES SUMMARY

  

Series I. Writing, 1975 – 1998, n.d.

 

Series II. Correspondence, 1971 – 1998, n.d.

 

Series III. Promotional Material, 1975 – 1998, n.d.

                  Subseries A. Music by label

                  Subseries B. Music Catalogs by title

                  Subseries C. Music Newsletters by title

                  Subseries D. Music Festivals by festival

                  Subseries E. Music Press Releases by subject

                  Subseries F. Music Ephemera

                  Subseries G. Television and Film by label

 

Series IV. Research Material, 1929 – 1998, n.d.

                  Subseries A. Subject Files 

                  Subseries B. Artist Files

 

Series V. Artist Development Inc., 1985 – 1986, n.d.

                 

Series VI. Personal, 1980 – 1995, n.d.

                  Subseries A. Financial/Legal/Medical

                  Subseries B. Art on Paper

                  Subseries C. Artifacts

 

Series VII. Photographic Material, n.d.

 

Series VIII. Ephemera and Printed Material, 1962 - 1990

 

Series IX. Sound Recordings, 1962 – 1990, n.d.

                  Subseries A. Phonographs

                  Subseries B. Compact Disc

                  Subseries C. Audio Cassettes

                 

CONTAINER LIST 

Box         Folder                                                                                                                                                                    

Series I: Writing, 1975-1998, n.d.

                                                      Clippings of Patoski's work, 1975-1995

1               1                                                   Austin American-Statesman by date, 1978-1979

1               2                                                   Other clippings by title, 1975-1995, n.d.

1               3                                                   Reviews, 1975, n.d.

1               4-5                                               Creative works, 1975-1998, n.d.

1               6                                                   Course packet for feature writing class taught by JNP, 1998

2               1-5                                               Handwritten Notes, n.d.

3               1-3                                               Handwritten Notes, n.d., cont.

Series II:  Correspondence, 1971-1998, n.d.

3               4-5                             Texas Monthly by name,1977-1998, n.d.

3               6                                 General Correspondence by name, 1971-1998, n.d.

4               1                                 General Correspondence by name, 1971-1998, n.d., cont.

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d.

                                                      Subseries A. Music by label, 1978-1998, n.d.

4               2                                                   50,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 WATTS Records

4               3                                                   4th B Way

4               4                                                   20th Century Records

4               5                                                   A & M Records

4               6                                                   ATCO

4               7                                                   Alligator Records

4               8                                                   Amazing Records

4               9                                                   Antone's Records

4               10                                                Arhoolie Records

4               11                                                Arista

4               12                                                Asylum Records

4               13                                                Atlantic Records

4               14                                                Austin City Limits

4               15                                                BGM Network

4               16                                                BNA Records

 

Box         Folder                    

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975 – 1998, n.d., cont.                                 

                                                      Subseries A. Music by label, 1978 – 1998, cont.

4               17                                                Bagdasarian Productions                                                                       

4               18                                                Behemoth Records

4               19                                                Benson & Hedges Blues   

4               20                                                Big Chief Records

4               21                                                Black Top Records

4               22                                                Blaker Productions

5               1                                                   Boffo Records

5               2                                                   CBS Associated

5               3-7                                               Capitol Records

6               1                                                   Capricorn Records

6               2                                                   Century Media Records   

6               3                                                   Cinemax

6               4                                                   Circle One Management

6               5                                                   Columbia

6               6                                                   Combat Earache

6               7                                                   Crystal Clear Sound

6               8                                                   Curb Records

6               9                                                   DPZ Music Production, Inc.

6               10                                                David Geffen Company

6               11                                                Death Row Records

6               12                                                Decca Records

6               13                                                Deja Disc

6               14                                                Delicious Vinyl

6               15                                                Dickie Malone Productions

6               16                                                Discos International

6               17                                                Dos Records

6               18                                                Dragon Street Records

6               19                                                E2 Squared

6               20                                                EMI Latina

6               21                                                E. Z. Money Productions

6               22                                                East West Records

6               23                                                Eastern Front Records

6               24                                                Elektra Entertainment

Box         Folder                    

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Music by label, 1978-1998, n.d., cont.

6               25                                                Energy Records

6               26                                                Epic

7               1                                                   Epic, cont.

7               2                                                   FM Records

7               3                                                   Fantasy 

7               4                                                   First Warning

7               5                                                   Flying Fish

7               6                                                   Full Circle Records             

7               7                                                   Gaia Records LTD.

7               8                                                   Giant

7               9                                                   Gibson USA

7               10                                                Gila Monster Productions

7               11                                                Gold Castle

7               12                                                Good Music Management Inc.

7               13                                                Good Kitty Records and Tapes

7               14                                                Gramavision

7               15                                                Heads Up Records International

7               16                                                Hightone Records

7               17                                                Hollywood Records

7               18                                                Hopeless Records

7               19                                                Hot Schatz

7               20                                                Imax Corporation

7               21                                                Interscope Records

7               22                                                Island

7               23                                                Jericho Promotions, Inc.

7               24                                                Justice Records

7               25                                                Juggler Company Limited

7               26                                                Keith Case & Associates    

7               27                                                MCA

7               28                                                Mammoth Records

8               1                                                   Mango

8               2                                                   Margaritaville Records

8               3                                                   Marlboro Music  

Box         Folder                    

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Music by label, 1978-1998, n.d., cont.

8               4                                                   Megaforce Entertainment

8               5                                                   Mercury

8               6                                                   Merengazo Records

8               7                                                   Myers Media

8               8                                                   Network Ink

8               9                                                   Nothing/Interscope Records

8               10                                                Ozark Talent

8               11                                                Paladin Records

8               12                                                El Parche Productions

8               13                                                Pointblank

8               14                                                Polygram

8               15                                                Priority Records

8               16                                                Profile Records, Inc.

8               17                                                QR

8               18                                                RCA Records

8               19                                                RMM Records and Video Corp.

8               20                                                ROM Records

8               21                                                RYKO

8               22                                                Relativity

8               23                                                Reprise Records

8               24                                                Rhino

8               25                                                Rhyme Cartel Records

8               26                                                Rickport Enterprises

8               27                                                Robert T. Turner Ent. & Promotional Agency

8               28                                                Rock Arts Ltd.

8               29                                                Rollin' Rock Records

8               30                                                Roadrunner Records

8               31                                                Rounder Records

8               32                                                SBK Records

9               1                                                   Sarabellum Record

9               2                                                   Scottibros Records

9               3                                                   Shanachie

9               4                                                   Showtime

Box         Folder

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Music by label, 1978-1998, n.d., cont.                               

9               5                                                   Silvertone Records

9               6                                                   Sire

9               7                                                   Soho Latino

9               8                                                   Sonero Records

9               9                                                   Sony Music

9               10                                                Spindletop Records

9               11                                                Star Keeper Public Relations Inc.

9               12                                                Steve

9               13                                                TNN

9               14                                                Tahoe Agency

9               15                                                Tabu

9               16                                                Tejano Discos

9               17                                                Tejas Records

9               18                                                Texana Records & SJM Productions

9               19                                                Thick Records

9               20                                                Trace Elements

9               21                                                Tried & True Music

9               22                                                Tropi Jazz

9               23                                                VH1

9               24                                                Virgin Records

9               25                                                WB

9               26                                                WTG Records

9               27                                                Watermelon Records         

9               28                                                Young & Hunter Management

9               29                                                Zoo

9               30                              Subseries B. Music Catalogs by title, 1977-1996

9               31                              Subseries C. Music Newsletters by title, 1977-1980

9               32                              Subseries D. Music Festivals by festival, 1993-1997, n.d.

9               33                              Subseries E. Music Press Releases by subject, 1992-1997, n.d.

9               34                              Subseries F. Music Ephemera, 1967-1993, n.d.

                                                      Subseries G. Television and Film by label, 1975-1993, n.d.

10            1                                                   Alive From Off the Center                                      

10            2                                                   American International Pictures

Box         Folder

Series III:  Promotional Material, 1975-1998, n.d., cont.                  

Subseries G. Television and Film by label, 1975-1993, n.d., cont.

10            3                                                   American Playhouse

10            4                                                   Apollo Theatre Productions

10            5                                                   Cinema Texas

10            6                                                   Driver Films

10            7                                                   Embassy Pictures

10            8                                                   Kill Slade Investment & Management

10            9                                                   MCA Universal    

10            10                                                Mahoney/Wasserman & Associates

10            11                                                Memorial Valley Massacre Motion Corp. of America

10            12                                                Mystery Train Inc.

10            13-14                                         Nelson Entertainment

11            1-2                                               Orion Pictures

11            3                                                   Oscar Statue

11            4                                                   PBS

11            5                                                   Paramount Pictures Corp.                

11            6                                                   TNN Nashville Network

11            7                                                   "Texas" a musical drama

11            8                                                   Univision

11            9                                                   Viacom  

Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d.                        

                                                      Subseries A. Subject Files, 1929-1998, n.d.

11            10-11                                         Aquarena Springs

28            -                                                     Aquarena Springs

11            12                                                Assassination Symposium on JFK

11            13                                                BBQ in Texas

12            1                                                   BBQ in Texas

12            2                                                   Big Bend                

12            3                                                   Blues: Research for Westways:

                                                                                           "Chasing the Blues" article

12            4                                                   El Campo, Texas

12            5                                                   Fort Worth, Texas

12            6                                                   Fort Worth Monster

12            7                                                   Gentleman's Companion

Box         Folder

                                    Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.                            

                                                      Subseries A. Subject Files, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.                                  

12            8                                                   Hank Hill

12            9                                                   Hard Rock Cafe

12            10                                                Hill Country

12            11                                                Houston Chronicle/The Cynthia Woods      Mitchell Pavilion

12            12                                                Illegal Alien Smuggling

12            13                                                Jeans: Wrangler/Levi's

12            14                                                Juneteenth

12            15                                                Kerrville Folk Festival

12            16                                                John Francis Knott

12            17                                                Land Exchange

12            18                                                Landscape designs for water conservation

12            19                                                Dudley J. LeBlanc: Hadacol

12            20                                                Louisiana Hayride

12            21                                                McDonald Observatory

12            22                                                Miniature Golf

13            1                                                   Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

13            2                                                   Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture

13            3                                                   NASCAR

13            4                                                   National Magazine Awards

13            5-7                                               Off the Beaten Path

13            8                                                   Paris

13            9                                                   Paxton, Bill

13            10                                                Porta-Pak System

13            11                                                Private Land/Texas Land Trusts

13            12                                                Property Rights  

14            1                                                   Chris Roberts: Digital Anvil

14            2                                                   San Saba County

14            3                                                   Sludge

14            4                                                   Splash! Into the Edwards Aquifer

14            5-6                                               South by Southwest

14            7                                                   Storm Chasers

14            8                                                   Street Vendors

14            9                                                   TM Productions

Box         Folder                    

Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.                            

                                                      Subseries A. Subject Files, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.                

14            10                                                Texas Rangers Baseball

14            11                                                Texas Rivers and Streams

14            12                                                Threadgill's

14            13                                                Tomato Farm

14            14                                                Whole Foods

14            15                                                Wintergarden Ballroom

                                                      Subseries B. Artist Files, 1968-1998, n.d.

14            16                                                Kim Alexis             

14            17                                                Clifford Antone

14            18                                                Austin Garcia & His Orchestra

14            19                                                Austin Lounge Lizards

14            20                                                Vernel Bagneris 

14            21                                                Balcones Fault

15            1                                                   Beatles

15            2                                                   Boys Town Musicians

15            3                                                   Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown

15            4                                                   James Brown

15            5-6                                               Butthole Surfers

15            7                                                   Cafe Noir

15            8                                                   John Cale

15            9                                                   Ray Campi

15            10                                                Gary Carpenter

15            11-13                                         Joe "King" Carrasco

16            1                                                   Joe "King" Carrasco

16            2                                                   Clifton Chenier  

16            3                                                   George Clinton

16            4                                                   Cold Blue Steel

16            5                                                   Cookie and the Cupcakes

16            6                                                   The Dead Crickets

16            7                                                   The Delvantes

16            8                                                   Joe Ely

16            9                                                   Roky Erickson

16            10                                                Ezra Charles and the Works

Box         Folder                    

                                    Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries B. Artist Files, 1968-1998, n.d., cont.

16            11                                                The Fabulous Thunderbirds

16            12                                                Freddy Fender

16            13                                                Keith Ferguson

16            14                                                Flash to Bangtime

16            15                                                Denice Franke

16            16                                                Bobby Fuller

16            17                                                Girls in the Nose

16            18                                                Dewy Groom

16            19                                                Woody Guthrie

16            20                                                Corey Haim

16            21                                                Emmy Lou Harris

16            22                                                Jerry Haynes (Mr. Peppermint)

16            23                                                Little Joe Hernandez

16            24                                                Gary Hobbs

16            25                                                Michael Jackson 

16            26                                                George Jones

16            27                                                Dino Lee

16            28                                                Jerry Lee Lewis

16            29                                                Little Joe y la Familia

16            30                                                Lost Highway Band

16            31                                                Linda Lowe

16            32                                                Kimberly M'Carver

16            33                                                David McGee

16            34                                                Tommy McLain   

16            35-36                                         Huey P. Meaux

17            1                                                   Huey P. Meaux

17            2                                                   Bill Meeks

17            3                                                   Augie Meyers

17            4                                                   Erik Moll & Erik Hokkanen

17            5                                                   Patsy Montana

17            6                                                   Sterling Morrison

17            7                                                   Bill Neely

17            8                                                   Willie Nelson

Box         Folder                    

                                    Series IV: Research Material, 1929-1998, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries B. Artist Files, 1968-1998, n.d., cont.

17            9                                                   Christia Patoski

17            10                                                The Presidents

17            11                                                Professor Longhair

17            12                                                Randy Quaid

17            13                                                Johny Reno

17            14                                                Robert Rodriguez

17            15                                                The Rounders

17            16                                                Doug Sahm

17            17                                                Dan Del Santo

17            18                                                Dan Seals

17            19                                                Selena

17            20                                                Ray Sharpe

17            21                                                Major Bill Smith

17            22                                                Phil Spector

17            23                                                Stardust Cowboy

17            24                                                Al Stricklin

17            25                                                The Subdudes

17            26                                                Sugartooth

17            27                                                Supernatural Family Band

17            28                                                Mel Tillis

17            29                                                The Village People

17            30                                                Vince Vance

17            31                                                Stevie Ray Vaughan

17            32                                                The Wallflowers

17            33                                                Mae West

17            34                                                Barry White

17            35                                                Jerry Lynn Williams

17            36                                                Tammy Wynette

17            37                                                ZZ Top

                                    Series V: Artist Development Inc., 1985-1986, n.d.

                                                      Checking Account

18            1                                                   First City National               

18            2-4                                               Republic Bank

Box         Folder  

                                    Series V: Artist Development Inc., 1985-1986, n.d., cont.

18            5                                 Photograph

Series VI: Personal, 1980-1995, n.d.

18            6                                 Subseries A. Financial/Legal/Medical, 1980-1995, n.d.

31            -                                   Subseries B. Art on Paper, n.d.

                                                      Subseries C. Artifacts, 1993, n.d.                                  

18            7                                                   Address books

18            7                                                   Computer related artifacts

18            8                                                   Mexican Folk Art                  

29            -                                                     Guitar related artifacts

30            -                                                     Buttons and coins               

18            7                                                   Other

Series VII: Photographic Material, n.d.

19            1                                 Music Related Photographs

19            2                                 Photos with Joe Nick

19            3                                 Unidentified

Series VIII: Ephemera and Printed Material, 1975-1997, n.d.

19            4                                 Clippings by title

19            5                                 Writing related

19            6                                 Travel related

19            7                                 Health/Medical related

19            8                                 Arts related

19            9                                 Chickenshack by David Kent Little

20            1                                 Reverberation

20            2                                Assorted

                                    Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d.

                                                      Subseries A. Phonographs, 1962-1990, n.d.

21            1                                                   ? & the Mysterians - I Need Somebody

21            2                                                   Johnnie Allan - Always In the Spotlight

21            3                                                   Asleep at the Wheel - "Way Down Texas Way," "String of Pars"

21            4                                                   Beatles - "Helter Skelter," "Got to get you into my life"

21            5                                                   Chuck Berry - "Reelin and Rocking," "Sweet Little Sixteen"

21            6                                                   Big Maceo - "Texas Stomp," "Maceo's 32-20"

21            7                                                   Big Sam Mason - "Bright Day," Black Night"

21            8                                                   Big Sambo - "The Rains Came," "At the Party"

Box         Folder

                                    Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Phonographs, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

21            9                                                   Otis Blackwell - "Breathless"

21            10                                                Bodysnatchers

21            11                                                Ray and Harvey Campi - "Let the New Year in Your Heart,"                                                                          "Christmas Cheer"

21            12                                                Boozoo Chavis - "Decon Jones," "L.A. Women Love Uncle Bud"

21            13                                                Calvin Boze - "I'm Gonna Steam Off the Stamp," "Fish-Tail"

21            14                                                Ruth Brown - "Mambo Baby," "Somebody Touched Me"

21            15                                                Roy Byrd - "K. C. Blues," "Curley Haired Baby"

21            16                                                G.W. Carpenter _ Back the Blue," "For You"

21            17                                                Joe King Carrasco - "We No Speak Ingles," "Manana"

21            18                                                Jack Crawley - "Fort Worth Rag," "Blue Devil Rag”

21            19                                                Cowboy Copas - "How much Do I Owe You," "Tennessee Waltz"

21            20                                                Charile Davis - "The Traffic is Terrific," "Going to L.A."

21            21                                                Devo - "Duty Now For the Future"

21            22                                                Dexy's Midnight Runners - Late Night Feelings

21            23                                                Dean Dillon - Back in the Swing of Things

21            24                                                Floyd Dixon - "Dallas Blues," "Helen"

21            25                                                Eagles - "Please Come Home For Christmas"

21            26                                                Eagles - "Funky New Year"

21            27                                                Easy Money (2 phonographs) - "Run Baby Run,"      "Stillness of the                                                                          Night,"

21            28                                                Easy Money  - "I'll Still Call You Baby," "Her Heart Don't Beat"

21            29                                                T. Tex Edwards - "Lee Harvey Was a Friend of Mine," "Gravity"

21            30                                                Roky Erickson - "Mine Mine Mind," "Bloody Hammer"

21            31                                                Freddy Fender - "Before the Next Teardrop Falls," "Crazy Baby"

21            32                                                Frankie Ford - "Chinatown My Chinatown," "Time After Time,                                                                                                       "Sea Cruise," "Roberta"

21            33                                                Funkadelic - One Nation Under a Groove: Part I & II

21            34                                                Don Gardner and Dee Dee Ford - "Tell Me," "I Need Your                                                                              Loving"

21            35                                                Gary Glitter - Glitter and Gold

 

 

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Phonographs, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

21            36                                                Ernest Hare - "A Man Never Knows When a Woman's Gonna                                                                                                           Change Her Mind"

21            37                                                Homer Henderson - "Hillbilly Pecker," "Lord Help Me Tonight"

21            38                                                Homer Henderson - "I Want a Date With a Cowboy                                                                                                              Cheerleader," "Pickin' Up Beer Cans on the Highway"

21            39                                                Homer Henderson (2 phonographs) - "Lee Harvey Was a Friend                                                                                                  of Mine," "Hawaiian Ungawa"

21            40                                                Hook Herrera - "Shake Your Boodgie," "Squeeze Me"

21            41                                                Chris Holzhaus - "Sally Sue Brown," "Leftovers"

21            42                                                Insect Fear - "Otherapes Crease," "Autoeroticasphyxiation Ibis"

21            43                                                Etta "Miss Peaches" James - "Tough Lover," "Fools We Mortals                                                                                                         Be"

21            44                                                Louis Jordan - "That Chick's Too Young to Fry," "Choo Choo                                                                                            Ch'Boogie"

21            45                                                Louis Jordan - "Daddy-O," "You're on the Right Track Baby"

21            46                                                Doug Kershaw - "Cajun Baby"

21            47                                                Rajah Khan - "The Turban Cowboy"

21            48                                                Jerry Lee Lewis - "Sweet Little Sixteen," "How's My Ex Treating                                                                                                      You"

22            1                                                   Smiley Lewis - "Goin' to Jump and Shout," "Go on Fool"

22            2                                                   L'il Queen and the Percolators - "Wild Natives," "My Darlin'                                                                                                            New Orleans"

22            3                                                   The Loafin Hyenas - "The Forbidden See," "Scratchin' Fleas Boot                                                                                                   in the Toilet"

22            4                                                   Kenny Loggins - "I'm Gonna Do it Right," "Danger Zone"

22            5                                                   Luke Will's Rhythm Busters (broken) - "Cain's Stomp," "High                                                                                                          Voltage Gal"

22            6                                                   Maddox Brothers and Rose - "Why Not Confess," "Hangover                                                                                                            Blues"

22            7                                                   John Martyn - "Tight Connection To My Heart,"  "Stop, Turn"

22            8                                                   Percy Mayfield - "Two Hearts are Greater Than One,"                                                                                                                          "Louisiana"

 

 

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Phonographs, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

22            9                                                   Paul McCartney - "Wonderful Christmas time," "Roudolph the                                                                                                       Red-Nosed Reggae"

22            10                                                Lydia Mendoza - "Hanto Perdido," "No Me Abandones"

22            11                                                The Midnighters - Tired of Being Alone," "Security"

22            12                                                Amos Milburn - "Don't Beg Me," "Down the Road Apiece"

22            13                                                Roy Milton - "Tain't Me," "Wakin Up Baby"

22            14                                                Miss Molly (3 phonographs) - "With This Ring," "Love & Misery"

22            15                                                George Morin - "Inolvidable," "Que Linda Eres"

22            16                                                Muppet Music - "Gonso and the Giant Chicken,"

22            17                                                Muppet Music - "The Muppets Take Manhattan"     

22            18                                                Art Neville - "Come Back Love," "All These Things"

22            19                                                Johnny Nicholas - "Curb Your Dog," "Broken Again"

22            20                                                Omar and the Howlers - "Blues Parcel Post," "Big Brown Shoes"

22            21                                                Paul Orta Y Los Playboys Internacionales (2 phonographs)-

Calling All Ducks," "Jump the Boogie"

22            22                                                Otis Redding - "One Man Trouble," "Respect"

22            23                                                Little Junior Parker - "Peaches," "Pretty Little Doll"

22            24                                                Peter Pan Records  - "Dinner with Drac," "All Choked Up"                                                                                               "Witch Doctor," "Elbow Twist,"

22            25                                               Peter Pan Records  - "Sweet Betsy From Pike," "Little Red                                                                                                                  Caboose," "The Little Tin Soldier"

22            26                                                The Potatoes - "Quese De Amor," "Georgy Girl"

22            27                                                Lloyd Price - "Mailman Blues," " Lawdy       Miss Clawdy"      

22            28                                                Red Callender Trio (broken) - "Red Light," "Be Happy Pappy"

22            29                                                Roman Candles - "Walkin' Home Drunk," "The Heat," "Story of                                                                                                       My Life," "Break My Spirit"

22            30                                                The Rounders - "Good Love 'n' Kisses," "Little O' You"

22            31                                                Sir Doug Saldana - "Will You Love Me Manana"        "Whiter Shade                                                                                               of Pale"

22            32                                                Mingo Saldivar Y Los 4 Espadas - "Marie," "Tu Sentida y Yo                                                                                           Sertido"

22            33                                                Singing Spoons - "Buzz," "Colorado"

22            34                                                Sir Douglas Quintet - "Mendocino,"

                                   

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries A. Phonographs, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

22            35                                                Beverly Stauber (2 phonographs) - "Good Love,"      "Oh Baby"

22            36                                                Freddie Steady - "I Hear Neon Angles Sing," "Big Blue                                                                                                                         Diamonds"

22            37                                                The String-A-Longs - "Matilda," "Replica"

23            1                                                   Merle Travis - "Guitar Rag," "Cane Bottom Chair"

23            2                                                   The Trouble with Larry - "Otto Messmer," "The Rodent Song,"

23            3                                                   The Trouble with Larry - "Parnoia," "Grocery Store," "Hyenas,"                                                                                                      "We Are Not Alone"

23            4                                                   Joe Turner  - "Morning, Noon & Night," "The Chicken and the                                                                                                         Hawk,"

23            5                                                  Joe Turner  - "Sally Zu-Zaz-Blues," "Rock O'Gibralter-Blues"

23            6                                                   U.P. Wilson - "Mean Old World," "U.P. Express"

23            7                                                   R. J. Verette - "No Comprendo Goodbye," "Don't         Let it Go to                                                                                                        Your Heart"

23            8                                                   The Walk-Ins - "I Write You Letters," "Up Then Down,"                                                                                                                       "Sunshine"

23            9                                                   Chick Willis - "Stoop Down Baby," "It Ain't Right"

23            10                                                Wreckless Eric - "Take the Cash," "Let’s Go to the Pictures"

Subseries B. Compact Disc, 1992

23            11                                                Hal Ketchum - Sure Love                   

                                                      Subseries C. Audio Cassettes, 1975-1992, n.d.                      

24            1                                                   Kim Angleis - The Messenger

24            2                                                   Augie, Dec. 18

24            3                                                   Basile Radio show

24            4                                                   Brave Combo - Live

24            5                                                   Brad Brinkley - Crazy Cajun Music/BMI

24            6                                                   Bongo Joe in S.A.

24            7                                                   Bullshit

24            8                                                   Carrasco

24            9                                                   Carrasco Master Nov 82 demo

24            10                                                JKC and the C's KTYO - concert and promo

24            11                                                JKC Hola

Box         Folder

                                    Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries C. Audio Cassettes, 1975-1992, n.d., cont.         

24            12                                                JKC Demo Tape walk it!   

24            13                                                JKC Geneve Radio tape 2

24            14                                                JKC Live on ACC

24            15-17                                         JKC Lone Star Sessions 6/84 (3 cassettes)

24            18                                                JKC Mixes de 84

24            19                                                JKC Productions Inc.

24            20                                                Joe “King”

24            21                                                Joe "King" Carrasco

24            22                                                Joe "King" Carasco 12/6/82

24            23                                                Joe “King” Carrasco 12/15/82

24            24                                                Joe "King" Carrasco  9/1981

24            25-31                                         Joe "King" Carrasco and the Crowns (7 cassettes)    

24            32                                                Joe "King" Carrasco and the Crowns 9/81

                                                                        Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns:

24            33-35                                                           Border Town (3 cassettes)

24            36-37                                                           Demo & "Party Weekend" (2 cassettes)

24            38                                                                  Fitzgerald's - Houston, Texas 12-16-81

25            1                                                                     Fitzgerald's - Houston, Texas 12-16-81

25            2                                                                     Fortworth, Texas

25            3                                                                     Live at Stony Brook Gymnasium Nov. 22, 1981 Recorded                                                                                                                  by WUSB-FM 90.1

25            4                                                                     Live in Houston Agora

25            5                                                                     M. C. A.

25            6                                                                     Party       Weekend (one side only)

25            7-8                                                                 Party       Weekend ( 2 cassettes)

25            9                                                                     Synapse Gap         - (Mundo Total)

25            10-13                                                           Tales from the Crypt (4 cassettes)

25            14                                                                  The Yellow Rose Corpus Christi

25            15                                                                  WLIR-FM 3/29/81

25            16                                               Joe "King" Carrasco & El Molino Live at Dr. Sound

25            17                                                Joe "King" Carrasco & the MTV Chorace      

25            18                                                Joe "King" Carrasco at Hunts Burlington VT April 23, 1982                                                                                            Interview

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries C. Audio Cassettes, 1975-1992, n.d., cont.

25            19                                                Joe "King" Carrasco: KTXZ Live Tape 10/15/84

25            20                                                Joe "King" Carrasco Live Tango's 1st show

25            21                                                Joe "King" Carrasco: N. Y. C. 3/80

25            22                                                Joe "King" Carrasco on Morning Edition

25            23                                                Joe "King" Carrasco Special by Larie Monroe:

                                                                                          Texas Music KUTFM  8/28/81 7-8:10 p. m.

25            24                                                Joe "King" Carrasco y Los Crowns

25            25                                                Joe "King" Interviews

25            26                                                Joe "King" Live

25            27                                                Joe "King" Manana

25            28                                                King & Crowns Stiff

25            29                                                Live JCK

25            30                                                Nov 82 Demo copy

25            31-34                                         Unidentified JCK tapes (4 cassettes)

25            35                                                Chano's Dugout

25            36                                                "Cro-Mags III Alpha-Omega"

25            37                                                Crystal Clear Sound - 1991-1992 compilation

25            38                                                Robert Ealey & the Drifting Heart Breaks @ Quadrasonic Aug. 75

26            1                                                   Esteban

26            2                                                   Freddy Fender Show

26            3                                                   First Warning Records 1992 Sampler

26            4                                                   Clarence Garlow at His TV Shop

26            5                                                   Genriecide Vol. One a compilation

26            6                                                   Oscar Glickman  

26            7                                                   Goldfinger: Scheek Fool

26            8                                                   The Great Unsigned. . . musis from Tucson, Arizona

26            9                                                   Eddie Grant

26            10                                                Jack's Auto Repair vs. Kultural All-stars 8/11/73

26            11                                                Janice

26            12                                                Guru Maharaj Ji - Only for Love: Songs of Los Angeles Premies

26            13                                                George Jones

26            14                                                Grace Jones: Kraft Work   

26            15                                                Lance Keltner

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries C. Audio Cassettes, 1975-1992, n.d., cont.                           

26            16                                                LSC Jan 75

26            17                                                Legendary Stardust Cowboy 9-9-76

26            18                                                Leroi Bros 1st Demo

26            19                                                Prof Longhair

26            20                                                The Will T. Massey Sampler

26            21                                                Delbert McClinton

26            22                                                Morate

26            23                                                Motel Drunk Jive

26            24-26                                         Bill Neely (3 cassettes)

26            27                                                Willie [Nelson]

26            28                                                New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Fest

26            29                                                Joe Nick #1

26            30                                                Roy Parrell - CMA Question

26            31                                                Platinum Butterfly Music SXSW '93

26            32                                                Johnny Reno Demo c1984

26            33                                                Reverend Billy Rose! and the Soulcasters  

26            34                                                Doug Sahm

26            35                                                Dan Del Santo Five Song Sampler

26            36                                                Sax Maniacs Live '86 - Reno Beat Music

26            37-38                                         Eddie Schuler (2 cassettes)

26            39                                                Gene Snowdin Oct 75

26            40                                                Songs of Departure - Vietnamese Traditional Music

27            1                                                   South by Southwest

27            2                                                   The Sound of Deep Ellum

27            3                                                   Speedy West Jr. Band

27            4                                                   StarDate the astronomy radio series

27            5                                                   Gary Stewart

27            6                                                   Sweetharts of the Rodeo Sisters

27            7                                                   Texas Playboys in Houston Vol. 1

27            8                                                   Allen Thibodeaux

27            9                                                   Tommy Hancock and the Supernatural Family Band

27            10                                                Allen Toussant

                                   

Box         Folder

Series IX: Sound Recordings, 1962-1990, n.d., cont.

                                                      Subseries C. Audio Cassettes, 1975-1992, n.d., cont.

27            11                                                Geronimo Trevino III - "I Luv Trucka," Second Generation

27            12                                                Viva Seguin - Musica Nortena

27            13                                                Tony Von Live on KTAE AM

27            14                                                Johnny Lee Wills

27            15-17                                         Dr. Wood (3 cassettes)

Interviews

27            18                                                                  Willie Nelson / Bill Neely

27            19                                                                  Dewey Redman 

27            20                                                                  Marc Savoy interview

Unidentified Tapes

27            21-28                                                           8 cassettes

 


 

Joe Nick Patoski

Archival inventories for materials received from 2001-2012

Please note: access to unprocessed material is granted on a case by case basis. Please contact the archivist for details.

 

Accession 2001-021

Unproc. Acc. Box# 180 - 191

One box containing an assortment of personal and professional related material in no discernible including : notebooks, press kits, one city guide for Boston, compact discs one “Thank You” plaque from the Driftwood Community Club, magazines, newspaper clippings, correspondence, travel guides, calendars, one 43rd Grammy Awards entry list, brochures, press releases, press badges, postcards, two media guides 2000/20001, letters, invitations, video cassette tapes, audio cassette tapes, artist bio’s and photos, maps, and ephemera. 22 Video cassette tapes -

 

1.  WB Ranch

2.  Media-ocracy

3.  J.L.D. + D.D.T. at SxSW & Elvis Panel

4.  Marfa Lights

5.  Sunday March 20, 1994 - Jimmy Donley Memorial Saucier Cemetery

6.  The Chasers of Tornado Alley

7.  The Story of America’s Classic Ballparks

8.  Cotton Pickin’ Smash!

9.  Mending of the Mind

10.  Storm Stock

11.  Storm Watch

12.  Storms in the Wind

13.  Chasing the Wind

14.  Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble

15.  French Dance Tonight  - Blank/Gosling

16.  Save Our Springs Documentary

17.  ZZ Top Greatest Hits

18.  Stevie Ray Vaughn “One Night In Texas”

19.  Kasey Chambers

20.  Selena Primer Impacto

21.  Tape #1

22.  Tape #2

 

 

475 Audio cassette tapes-

 

 1.  Los Lobos 2000

                                    A:  Lobos 7/14/00

                                    B:  Lobos 7/16/00

 2.  Gerard Daily – Steel Guitar

                                    Georgia E13th 

                  C6th 2 takes

                                    Lady Be Good C6th

                                    Blues in "A"  E13th

                                    Summertime C6th

                  E13th

                                    Steelin’ Home C6th

                                    Shuffle in "C"  C6th

                                    Boogie in "G"  C6th

 3.  Major Bill Smith – May 1974 – parts 7 & 8

 4.  Huey P. Meaux – 1974 – parts 1 & 2

 5.  Huey P. Meaux – 1974 – parts 3 & 4

 6.  Huey P. Meaux – 1974 – parts 5 & 6

 7.  Lucius Buntow – June 1998

 8.  Delbert McClinton – 9/3/97

 9.  Billy Gibbons on Rap Music – 1998

10.  Juan Gonzalez – 1/29/99 – parts 3 & 4

11.  Dewey Winburne – 3/10/99

12.  Major Bill Smith – May 1974 – part 4

13.  Maria Elena Holly – 11/27/00 – parts 1 & 2

14.  Maria Elena Holly – 11/27/00 – parts 3 & 4

15.  Maria Elena Holly – 11/27/00 – parts 5 & 6

16.  Legendary Stardust Cowboy – 1974

17.  Accordions According To Texas – Tape 1

18.  John Mackey – parts 1 & 2

19.  Sosa – parts 3 & 4

20.  Elevators Story (side A) – Steve and Elevators (side B)

21.  Jerry Lynn Williams

22.  Huey "Piano" Smith – Piano Lessons

23.  Tom and Edith Herring – parts 3 & 4

24.  Tom Herring – parts 1 & 2

25.  Tom Herring – 5/2/96 – parts 1 & 2

26.  Tom Herring – 5/2/96 – parts 3 & 4

27.  Huey P. Meaux – The Crazy Cajun Show - 1974

28.  Huey Meaux – Radio Show – parts 1 & 2

29.  Willie on Austin & Keke on Houston

30.  Willie – 10/7/99

31. Kirkwood

32. Pat Kirkwood – JFK – parts 5 & 6

33. Pat Kirkwood – 8/28/95 – parts 1 & 2

34. Pat Kirkwood – 8/28/95 – parts 3 & 4

35. Pat Kirkwood – 1/28/99 – parts 1 & 2

36. Pat Kirkwood – 1/28/99 – parts 3 & 4

37. Huey

38. Kelly Willis

39. John Anderson – Greatest Hits

40. Spinoffs – "The Secret Sessions"

                                    1.  Sounds In the Night

                                    2.  Ringo

                                    3.  Fruit Loop (Captain Original)

                                    4.  Sink The Bismarck

41.  Gene Kelton & Sons – The Keltons 1995

                  A:              ORIGINALS                                                                  COPY SONGS FOR LOCAL GIGS:

                  Tears On My Guitar                                                 The Sky Is Cryin’

                  Sinkin’ Deeper Into The Blues        Hound Dog           

                  My Baby Don’t Wear No Panties     The Thrill Is Gone

                  If This Guitar Could Talk                    Johnny B. Good

                  The Service Station Song

42. Gibby Haynes – Buthole Surfers

43. Augie on J. Read – 10/29/98

44. Mattew Knowles / Kelly Willis

45. ZZ Top

46. Mackey – part 3

47. Czichos

48. Juan Gonzalez – 1/29/99 – parts 1 & 2

49. Bullock

50. Steve Miller on Reed – 10/11/99 – parts 1 & 2

51. Sirdog

52. Jim Dickinson on Reed – 9/5/97

53. Snoop Doggy Dog

54. Sterwart F. Hughes – Deadly Diseases – What You Don’t Kow  Can Hurt You

55. Rev. Ernest Davis, Jr.’s Wilmington Chester Mass Choir – Stand Still Until His Will Is Clear

                                    1. Stand Still Until his Will Is Clear

                                    2. Higher Praise

                                    3. Trust In Jesus

                                    4. He’s Everything To Me (Christ Is All)

56.  Winston Bode’s

                                    1. Maude’s Café

                                    2. Boomtown Blues

57.  Accordians – part 2

58. Johnny Reno – Third Degree

59. Waggoner Carr 1998

60. Jerry Willey  – parts 1 & 2

61. Jerry Willey –  parts 3 & 4

62. Jerry Willey  – parts 5 & 6

63. Jerry Willey  – parts 7 & 8

64. Armstrong

65. Guitar Lessons with Danny Barnes

66. Sosa

67. No title & case

68. No title & case

69. No title & case

70.  Sheri

71. No title & case

72. No title & case

73. Capt. Rasta – 11/11/76

74. Jamaica Cruising

75. Hot One Million – Vol. 20

76. Pico de Gallo – Vol. 1

77. Pico de Gallo – Vol. 2

78. Pico de Gallo – Vol. 3

79. Ry Cooder – Get Rhythm

80. Geto Boys – Uncut Dope

81. Jack Ingram – Songs from Jack’s new Album LIVIN’ OR DYIN’

82. Scarface – The World is Yours

83. Def Squad – Countdown To The Year 2000

84. Loketo – Soukous Trouble

85. Scarface of the Geto Boys – Mr. Scarface is Back

86. 5th Ward Boyz – Ghetto Dope

87. Sun Rockabilly – The Classic Recordings

88. Jimmie Dale Gilmore -  Braver Newer World

89. My Homies

90. Scarface

91. Blaze Foley – Live at the Austin Outhouse

92. Joe ‘King’ Carrasco and the El Molino Band– Tex-Mex Rock-Roll

93. Ernest Tubb – All Times Greatest Hits / The Last Sessions

94. Mystery Train – Original Soundtrack Recording

95. Van Morrison - Wavelength

96. The Best of Leonard Cohen

97. Eight Ball & MJG – Lyrics of a Pimp

98. Gary Stewart – Brand New

99. Cary Swinney - Human Masquerade

100.   James Clay – I let a song go out of my Heart

101.   Return To The Wide Open Spaces – Live Texas Jazz

102.   Albert Collins -  Collins Mix, The Best Of

103.   Delbert McClinton – Three of the Fortunate Few

104.   Los Super Seven

105.   Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Soul To Soul

106.   Speedy Sparks – OK Let’s Play

107.   Coffee Sergeants - Minaret

108.   Tom X – The Tom X Collexion of Aquarian Age Hyms by the X                     Family Band

109.   Stubb’s -  Blues Cookbook Cassette

110.   Los Socios del Ritmo – Los Socios Mamboo

111.   Don Walser – Down At The Skyview Drive-in

112.   U.P. Wilson – On My Way!

113.   Que Bonito Es Veracruz – Conj. Medellin De Lino Chavez

114.   Don Walser Sings More PURE Texas

115.   Ian Moore’s got the Green Grass

116.   Stevie Ray Vaughan – Live from Carnegie Hall

117.   Jerry Jeff Walker – Nolan Ryan (He’s A Hero To Us All)

118.   Zetrospective – Dancing in the Face of Adversity

119.   Zetrospective – Hope Springs Eternal

120.   Sir Douglas Quintet – Day Dreaming At Midnight

121.   Guy Clark – Boats to Build

                    Asylum – American Explorer Series 61442-4

122.   Boozoo Chavis

                    Elektra Nonesuch – American Series 61146-4

123.   Delbert McClinton – 10/21/93

124.   Yothu Yindi – Tribal Voice

125.   Zeitgeist – Translate Slowly

126.   Travis County Pickin’ – Work in Progress- Demo

127.   Trio San Antonio – Cookie & The Cupcakes

128.   Don Walser – Down At The Skyview Drive-In

129.   Brazil Classics 3

130.   Randy Garibay

131.   The Wild Seeds 15

132.   Delbert McClinton – Three of the fortunate few

133.   Gary Stewart – Unreleased & Outtakes

134.   Buster Smith – Live! Robert Ealey (1970)

135.   Back In The Saddle Again

136.   W.C. Clark – Texas Soul

137.   Huey P. Smith & the Clowns – Live!

138.   Tousan

139.   Zaiko Langa Langa Familia Dei & J.P. Buse

140.   Jazz Vocals

141.   Huey P. Meaux – DBA – Crazy Cajun Music

142.   Social Climbers – 4/8/80 – World Pop Classics

143.   Song Gods

144.   Slim & Slam 1944 – Cement Mixer

145.   Eight Ball – CD 1

146.   Jandek – Somebody in the snow

147.   Brave Combo - Polkas

148.   Jerry Williams - Gone

149.   Zodico – Louisiana Creole Music (side A) / Neville Brothers –                                                        (side B) Fiyo on the Bayou

150.   Ben Webster

151.   Mr. Calhoun, Guitar Jr., Phil Phillips, Rod Bernard, Barbara                                                            Lynn, Cookie & The Cupcakes, Jiuin Gene

152.   Tex Trash – Various vol. 3

153.  XTC - Mummer

154.   Social Climbers

155.   Ned Sublette

156.   Huey Smith - Live

157.   FW All stars

158.   Texas Trash

159.   No Title

160.   A Tejano Country Christmas - Various

161.   The Tail Gators – OK Let’s Go

162.   TA LKI N GHE ADS – SP EAK IN GI N TO NGU ES

163.   Texas Tornados – The Texas Tornados

164.   3 Balls of Fire – Soul Surfin’

165.   The Fabulous Thunderbirds – Tuff Enuff

166.   Texana Dames

167.   96 Degrees In The Shade – Various – Promotional Use Only

168.   Trio Los Olmos – Traditional Music of Northern Mexico

169.   The Vaughan Brothers – Family Style  

170.   Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Live Alive

171.   Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Greatest Hits

172.   Threadgill’s Supper Session – Various - Live

173.   TEXAS MUSIC: Garage Bands & Psychedelia – Various – Vol 3

174.   Kindred’s Shakedown – Cold Shot

175.   Jimmie Vaughan – Strange Pleasure

176.  Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – In Step

177. Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Texas Flood

178.  Texas Tornados – Four Aces

179.  Ernest Tubb - Christmas

180.  Texas Hits – Various – Vol 4

181.  Texas Music: Western Swing & Honky Tonk – Vol 2

182.  Texas Monthly – Honed On The Range

183.  Crowded House

184.  The Deep Ellum Blues – Various

185.  Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Touble – The Sky Is Crying

186.  Marc Benno and The Nightcrawlers

187.  True Believers – 07/28/87 – True Believers

188.  Texas Tornados – Best of the Texas Tornados

189. Vanilla Ice – To the Extreme

190.  Believers

                                                      A: Ritz

                                                      B: Vancouver

191.  So Blue

192.  Stevie Ray Vaughan – 12/15/85 – State Fair Music Hall                                                                                      Dallas, TX

193.  True Believers

194.  Stevie Ray Vaughan - 1979

                                                      A: The First Thunder

                                                      B: You’ll Be Mine

195.  River Music - Various

196.  Various Artists – A Perfect World

197.  The Beatles – Unreleased Beatles Anthology

198.  Stacy’s Story

199.  Stevie Ray Vaughan – October 1979 – The First Thunder

200.  Kut / True Believers - Live 

201.  Stevie Ray Vaughan – 08/26/90 – Final Concert Live

202.  Stevie Ray Vaughan – 01/24/85 - Tokyo

203.  Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – Couldn’t Stand the                                                                         Weather

204.  Bouzoukl - Various

205.  Alejandro Escovedo - Gravity

206.  Excerpts from Various Interviews

207.  Just Rollin’ w/ Johnny Olenn and Sonny Ace & The Twisters

208.  True Believers – Hard Road

209.  K.R. Wood’s – Fathers of Texas

210.  Tejano Music Awards - Various

211.  Jimmie Vaughan Interview

212.  Stevie Ray Vaughan & Original Double Trouble

213.  True Believers

214.  "Juarez" – Side 7

215.  World Beat vol. 5 - Various

216.  New Orleans - Various

217.  Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble – December 1978

218.  Kono’s Low and Slow Cruising Show

219.  Que Tal? – Spanish I – Tape 5

220.  Huey P. Meaux – Sides 9 & 10

221.  Mexican Rock – Collecion de Oro – 1110 am Juarez

222.  Kim Wilson – Tiger Man

223.  Kim Wilson – That’s Life (If You Call It Living)

224.  Lavelle White – Miss Lavelle

225.  Peter Turner – Sooner or Later / Honey Think About It

226.  True Believers

227.  Otis, Little Richard, Joe Tey, Bill Doggett

228.  Que Tal? – Tape 6

229. Huey P. Meaux on phone

230. Huey P. Meaux – Sides 7 & 8

231. No title

232. No title

233.   Charmed Quarks

234.   Djivan Gasparyan – I Will Not Be Sad In This World

235.   Audio Books – Are You Listening?

236.   Canciones Mexicanas – Mercedes Castro & Ana Gabriel

237.   Libby Farris – Ciudad Acuna

238.   Libby Farris – Ciudad Acuna

239.   Greg Hall – Nice Guys Finish Lunch

240.   The Four Tots

241.   Johnny Reno – Third Degree

242.    Fredericksburg Chorale – 12/14 

243.    Billy Dean

244.   Maryann Price – What About The Sugar?

245.   No title

246.   No title

247.   Eddy Grant - Love in Exile

248.        Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns - Border Town

249.        Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns - Tales from the Crypt

250.        Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns - Royak, Loyal & Live

251.  Otis Redding - The Best of Otis Redding

252.        Ray Barretto -  Aqui Se Puedo

253.        Basile Kolliopoulos - El Greco!

254. Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones - Easy as Pie

255. Songs form "Chippy"

256. Sebastian Campesi : Looking South from Dixie

257. Bad Livers - Delusions of Banjer

258. Johnny Bush

259. The Replacements - Let it Be

260. The Cramps - Flamejob

261. Tony Campise - Once in a Blue Moon

262. John Delafose  - 2Y Deco Excitement Buckwheat - On a Night                                         Like This

263. Caribbean Tone

264. Chuck Smith featuring The Funchess Bros. Band

265. Buick Mackane

266. Giant Sand -- Glum

267. Stephen Bruton - What It Is

268. Grey Ghost

269. Le Gran Mamou : A Cajun Music Anthology

270. Reivers

271. True Believers

272. An American Musical Tour

273. Ray Camp - Ritz Practice December 174

274. A.  Various - Ten for the Road 1959 - 1968

       B.  Kurtis Blow - Deuce

275.        Doyle Bramhall - Bird Nest on the Ground

276. Stephen Bruten - Right on Time

277. Mary Chapin Carpenter - State of the Heart

278. Arc Angels

279. Orquesta Guayacan - A Puro Golpe

280. Jimmie Donley - Decca

281. Robert Ealey - If you Need Me

282. Jimmie Dale Gilmore - After Awhile

283. Steve Earle - Copperhead Road

284. Gospel - Various

285. Grey Ghost

286. Lou Ann Barton - Read My Lips

287. Lou Ann Barton

288. Stewart Copeland - Rumble Fish

289. Elevators I & II

290. Mose Allison & Shakey Jake

291. Lou Ann Barton - Old Enough

292. Ray Campi with Friends - In Texas

293. Timbuk 3

294. No Partee February 25, 1979

295. Willie Tee - Betty Harris

296. Cornell Dupree - Can't Get Through

297. Nick & Homer - 1.  The Sweet Thighs of Mother Mary

                                                                        2.  Pizza Man

298. OK Blues

299. Grey Ghost

300. Horsies & Papa Chuk - Various

301. The Sky and the City

302. Johnny Rodriguez  - Johnny Dee

303. Andrews Sisters - Christmas

304. Daniel Johnston - Yip! Jump Music 

305. Kimmie Rhodes - West Texas Heaven

306. Yogi Baird - I'm a Tex-A-Cajun

307. Merle Haggard - Apollo 16

308. OK's Greatest Hits

309. True Believers

310. James Brown - Live at the Apollo

311. Junior Brown - 12 Shades of Brown

312. Junior Brown

313. Charles Brown - Just a Lucky So and So

314. Brave Combo - A night on Earth

315. Brave Combo

316. Brave Combo - Humansville

317. Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns - Bordertown

318. Joe King Carrasco & the El Molino Band

319. Joe King Carrasco

320. Freddy Fender - Valerio Longoria Y Su Conjunto

321. Denny Freeman - Blues Cruise

322. Gate Mouth Brown

323. Joe Big Bow - Kiowa Flute, Drum and Song

324. Black - Y

325. Charlie Feathers

326. John Fogerty -  Centerfield

327. Joe Ely - Love & Danger

328. Joe Ely - Final Mixes

329. Roky Erickson w/ Mike Alvarez

330. Eurythimics - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)

331. Herb Ellis - Texas Swings

332. Joe Ely -  Honky Tonk Masquerade

333. Joe Ely -  Joe Ely

334. Joe Ely - Musta Notta Gotta Lotta

335. Herb Ellis -   Roll Call

336. Homer Henderson on NY Radio

337. Color Me Dick

338. The Glenn Mitchell Show

339. Execution Day : Huntsville, Texas April 17, 1998

340. T. Tex

341. Side 1.  The Big Bopper    Side 2.  The Jerry Walker Album

342. Yolanda del Rio

343. Chuck Berry & Trains

344. Long John Hunter

345. Long John Hunter

346. Tim Henderson - Paws - Paws

347. Bennisongs

348. Christmas Blockbuster on Kera by Glen Mitchell

349. Wayne Hancock -  Thunderstorms and Neon Signs

350. North Mississippi All Stars

351. Homer Henderson - Randy Erwin

352. David Halley

353. Roy Hargrove - Diamond in the Rough

354. Butch & Sunspots November 1, 1988

355. Texas Sounds - Various

356. No title

357. Michael Jackson - Thriller

358. Flaco Jimenez

359. Flaco Jimenez

360. Horszowski Live 1983

361. Evan Johns

362. Drum Solo

363. Earth Swing - The Snow Wolves's Orchestra

364. Erik & the Offbeats - Blue Corn

365. Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

366. Geo. A. Hormel - Vienna Sausages

367. Johnnie Johnson - Jonnnie B. Bad

368. Tish Hinojosa -  Homeland

369. Tish Hinojosa - Aquella Noche

370. Eddie Hinton - Letters from Mississippi

371. San Mangwana - Maria Tebbo

372. George Jones - George Jones Super Hits Vol. 2

373. Kronos Quartet - White Man Sleeps

374. Kool & the Gang

375. Leroi - Demo

376. Reina Man

377. Steve Jordan

378. Juke Jumpers Live

379. Texe Marrs - The Last Days of Pope John Paul II

380. Robert Earl Keen - The Live Album

381. No title

382. Rajah Khan - The Turban Cowboy

383. Rank and File

384. Question Mark

385. More Question Mark

386. Question Mark & The Mysterians

387. Eucore

388. Toni Price -  Sol Power

389. Toni Price - Swim Away

390. Oli Elvis

391. The Potatoes

392. Potatoes Live - Ouch!

393. Bi Dog Pondering

394. Wild Magnolia

395. Tips Live

396. Little Richard - Shake it All About

397. Leroi Bros. Crown Royale

398. Robert Earl Keen - Gringo Honeymoon

399. The Best of Otis Redding

400. Johnny Red & the Roosters

401. Red River Dave's Desert Storm Album

402. The Songs of Route 66 -Music From the All-American Highway

403. Bonnie Raitt #1 - Best Old Friend

404. Bonnie Raitt #2 - Me and the Boys

405. La Bamba - Trash, Twang & Thunder

406. Tania Libertad

407. Little Jr. Live - One Hand

408. Longhair

409. Loose Diamonds - Burning Daylight

410. Los Tigres del Norte

411. Los Lobos - How Will the Wolf Survive?

412. Los Lobos - By Light of Moon

413. Los Lobos -  Kiko

414. Los Lobos - The Neighborhood

415. Fito Olivares - La Sabrosura Continua

416. Willie Nelson - Across the Borderline

417. Alfredo Rolando Ortiz - Arpa Vallenata

418. One O'Clock Lab Band - The Best of One O'Clock

419. Mud Boy & the Neutrons - Known Felons in Drag

420. Van Morrison - Beautiful Vision

421. Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey

422. Webb Pierce

423. Astor Piazzolla - Tango : Zero Hour

424. Robert Palmer / Elton John

425. Fito Olivares - Cumbia Calienta  Candita

426. Fito Olivares  y su Grupo - La Gallina  Columba

427. Fito Olivares y su Grupo - Cumbias y charangas

428. Cocktail Time

429. Thelonious Monk - Thelonious Monk Straight No Chaser

430. Osceola Mays - Spirituals and Poems

431. Toshiro Mayuzumi - Nirvana & Mandala Symphonies

432. Augie Meyers - My Main Squeeze

433. Frank Morgan - Mood Indigo

434. Roger Miler - King of the Road

435. Go Uptown - How the West was Swung Volume V

436. Bob Marley & the Wailers - Survival

437. Malcom McLaren - Fans

438. Mahlathini & Mahotella Queens

439. Malcom McLaren - Duck Rock

440. Narciso Martinez - El Huracan del Valle

441. Sinatra

442. Sterling Silver - Horace Silver

443. Shoulders

444. Selena - 12 Super Exitos

445. Selena - Amor Prohibido

446. Selena -  Ven Conmigo

447. Selena - Live

448. Selena y los Dinos - Mis Primeras Grabaciones

449. Don's House Party 1979

450. Selena - Entre a mi mundo

451. Selena y los Dinos - Selena

452. Selena y Garciela - Las Reinas Del Pueblo

453. Selena y los Dinos - 16 Super Exitos Orginales

454. Selena y los Dinos - Alpha

455. Selena y los Dinos - A Million to One

456. Clifford Scott

457. Kike Santana

458. Oliver Nelson - Blues & The Abstract Truth and More Blues

459. Pharoah Sanders - Oh Lord, Let Me Do No Wrong

460. Sade - Diamond Life

461. Rockin Sidney

462. The James Rivers Quartet - The Dallas Sessions

463. Paul Simon - The Rhythm of the Saints

464. Simply Red -  Picture Book

465. Stevie Ray Vaughan Live

466. Viva Sequin - Musica Nortena

467. Various Jazz

468. Major Bill's Texas Gold

469. Cajun Radio February 1983

470. Sabroso Havana Hits

471. Riders in the Sky - Harmony Ranch

472. The Replacements February 18, 1987

473. Antone's Women - Bring You the Best In Blues

474. Le Gran Mamou: A Cajun Music Anthology

475. The Party

 

 

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Accession 2001-086

Unproc. Acc. Box# 245 & 246

 

2 boxes of assorted personal and professional materials in no discernible order (dated around Dec. 2000 - April 2001) subjects include Texas mountains, swimming holes, music & travel (research for Texas Monthly articles)

One annotated ty pescript titled Texas Mountains, 3 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction program guides 1998, 1999 & 2001, Texas recording & production guide, 43rd Annual Grammy awards program guide, the Grammy Winners book 1958-2000, photographs, calendar, travel guides, brochures, postcards, maps, music artist bio’s and photos, invitations, maps, magazines, newsletters, clippings, hand written notes, correspondence.

Rounder Records Group 2000 Catalogue.

Also included material relating to South by Southwest;                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Austin Chronicle March 18  & March 17, 2001, press badges, compact disc, press releases, tote bags.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

 

Backlog items:

South by Southwest Music & Media Conference Guides March 1995 and March 1998, compact disc - 2000 Latin Grammy Nominees,

Texas Music Industry Directory 1992, 1993, 1994 & 1996

Chaos West of the Pecos Vol. 5

Magazines:

Block winter 2001, Living Blues August 1994, Highlife December 1998, Spin special anniversary issue 1985 - 2000, Mil Mascaras Vol.2 No.2, Reckon the Magazine of Southern Culture, Westways the Magazine for Southern California February 1995 Blues access Summer 200 & Winter 2001, No Depression Nov./Dec. 1998, Sept/Oct. 2000, Jan./Feb.2001, March/April 2001, L.C.D. Lowest Common Denominator No.19, Lubbock Magazine Sept. 2000 & Jan. 2001, New Mexico Journey Sept/Oct 2000.

 

 

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Accession 2001-163

Unproc. Acc. Box# 301 - 303

 

3 boxes of assorted personal and professional materials in no discernible order (dated around March - October 2001) subjects include;

2001 story ideas, photographs, travel guides, brochures, postcards, maps, music artist bio’s and photos, invitations, maps, magazines, newsletters, clippings, hand written notes, correspondence, 42nd Dell Valley Hudspeth County Fair Oct. 6-8, 2000, one untitled annotated typescript, posters, sunglasses & tote bag from the Buddy Holly center, one potato sack from the Conjunto Party April 1999, scanned photos from the September 29, 2001 Corndog Festival.

 

Also included material relating to South by Southwest;                                                                                                                                                                                                        press badges, compact discs, press releases, tote bags                                                                                                            

 

Backlog items:  Magazines:

Lubbock Magazine March 2001, A Summer’s Reading, BMI Music World Fall 2000, Block Tijdschrift voor blues No. 117 2001,  Selena: A History of Tejano Music and The Rise of La Reina de La Musica Tejana a master’s thesis, The Texas Observer issues Dec.8 & 22, 2000 & Jan.- May 2001, Sports Illustrated July 2-July 9, 2001, Big Bend Quarterly Winter/Spring 2001, Rant, Pulse! March 2001, Guitar Player, Performing Songwriter, On-stage March 2001,

Oxford August 2000, No Depression July/August 2001, Texas Parks & Wildlife July 2000, Shure Winter 2001, Alternative Press A.P., Off Beat Nov. 2000, Off Beat March 2001, Spin, Esquire March 2001.

 

 

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Accession 2002-017

Unproc. Acc. Box# 312 & 313 & 771

 

Assorted personal and professional materials (dated around Oct. 1999 - Jan. 2002) subjects include; travel guides, brochures, postcards, invitations, music artis bio’s and photos, newsletters, 44th Grammy Awards list, catalogs, Institute for the History of Texas Music materials, general notes, correspondence, Texas Monthly notes, business cards and other small ephemera, story ideas; “Texas Mountains”, bat story typescript

 

Also included press releases/kits on various artists such as;

Clint Black, Lyle Lovett, John Arthur Martinez, Satellite Radio, Johnny Bush, Trace Adkins, Lucky 13, George Jones, Beautiful Creatures, Slaid Cleaves, Lucky Dog, Tony Price, Rodney Hayden, Garth Brooks, Brian Burns, Don Walser, Blue Diamond Shine, John Arthur Martinez, Sara Hickman, Cabaret Diosa, Paula Kelly, Ad Frank, Saffire and many others.

 

Backlog items:

Video cassette - Legends of El Paso’s Mountains

Magazines - 40 Years of Texas Football, The Western Way, The Journal of Texas Music History, Totally Adult, Block, Texas Music, Blues Access, 2 issues of The Oxford American & 4 issues of No Depression July/Aug. 1999, Sept./Oct. 1999, Nov./Dec. 1999, Nov./Dec. 2001      

Compact disc - Something Borrowed , Something Blue by Lisa Maree

 

Items below located in Unproc. Acc. Box# 771:

book cover for Texas Mountains

2 poster advertisements for Texas Mountains  - 1 signed by Laurence Parent and Joe Nick Patoski

one poster in ref. to Sept. 11 tragedy

one poster titled “Soap Creek Reunion”

 

 

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Accession 2002-065

Unproc. Acc. Box# 331 - 334 & 353 & 771

 

Posters, photographs, notes, drafts, correspondence, and ephemera related to the research and writing career of Joe Nick Patoski, dating from 1990s-2001

Contents of boxes as listed

 

2 magazines located in Box No. 554 of the Unprocessed Accessions in Annex A; The STark Fist & Inside

“44th Annual Grammy Awards” located in Box No. 560 of the Unprocessed Accessions in Annex A

 

2 cartons of files:

Music press kits / releases / clippings (1990s-2002): Nelly Furtado, ZZ Top tribute album, Hank Williams III, Donna Buffalo, Doug Sahm,

Other research : Mexico, handmade cowboy boots, b-b-q, deer fences, land and water issues

General correspondence

Texas Monthly files: staff directories, memos, correspondence, issue planning, 2002 employee evaluation

 

Posters (705 map case dr. 17) :

S.O.S. Vote yes! Barton Springs eternal in the heart of Austin, n.d. (b/w, 11x17)

Texas Book Festival poster, 2001, featuring Kate Breakey’s artworks and JNP’s name (color, 18x24

Stevie Ray Vaughan playing guitar, 1992  (b/w poster print, artwork by Don Fuska, signed by Fuska, 16x20)

Broken Spoke poster featuring pencil drawing of James White in front of dancehall, signed to Joe Nick, n.d., includes clipping / recipe for chicken fried steak, 1994 (b/w,18x24)

Country Music USA, second revised edition, by Bill C. Malone, 2-color Hatch poster co-sponsored by UT Press, 2000 (12x18)

Light in Architecture and Art : The Work of Dan Flavin : A Symposium at the Chinati Foundation, Marfa, TX May 5-6, 2001 (2-color poster,

 

Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte (Tejano band poster) n.d., but appears to be ca. 1990s (color, crumpled, 20x30)

1999 Dell Factory Outlet calendar poster, featuring Austin as "Silicon Hills" (color, 24x37)

Operation Headshots, 1998 poster for documentary on CIA / FBI investigations of Kennedy assassination, film at Dobie Theater, by Chip Mosher

Yaga World Rootz Threadz – Texas, California, Florida, New York, n.d. (color, 25x35)

 

Los Ebanos Ferry Junction – Los Ebanos, Texas, color calendar poster featuring men pulling cars across river on a raft/ferry (17x23)

40 Years of Dave Campbell’s Texas Football – color poster featuring various magazine covers over the years, laminated, signed (18x24)

By the Hand of the Father – a theatrical work in progress with music by Alejandro Escovedo, Fri. March 19, 1999, at Las Manitas (2color block print poster, 11x17) 2 copies

"It’s Better : Pure Coffee" Hatch print, 2 color, 11x17

The Jan Reid Rescue Concert : Ana Egge, Kinky Friedman, Tish Hinojosa, Jimmy La Fave, Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis, Fathers of Texas (Bobby Bridger, Steven Fromholz, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Rusty Weir) May 17 (2 color poster, 11x17)

Bon Ton Mickey and the Hot Steppers Zydeco Band, 1995, Houston, signed by band (color poster, 17x24)

The Amazing Luli Goes Global : Now Appearing in Mexico (color block print, 19x27)

Dallas Blues Society presents Kat’s Karavan R&B Show, with the Nightcaps, including Doyle Bramhall, Doyle Bramhall II, Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton. Thurs. Dec. 5. (color, 22x27)

 

 1 carton of artifacts:

Hiking boots worn in Copper Canyon during research for TM article

SWT Mass Communications plaque recognizing JNP’s contributions to their annual event, 5/2002

Star shaped box/invitation/paper weight for Austin texas Music at Threadgill’s, 5/2002

Buddy Holly single record, "That’ll Be the Day", Coral Records (subsidiary of Decca), no date, broken, framed

South by Southwest totebag, 1999

Smithville High School Tigers, orange plastic bullhorn, 1997 (for football games)

Cow noisemaker (white plastic with no labeling)

Pink kazoo, white yo-yo, black plastic Ice Bats hockey puck, pin "Tecolotes de Los Dos Laredos", Clarion Insurance guitar pick, pin "Keep Music Evil", pin "Write-In Larry Landaker for W.I.S.D. School Board Place 3" (Wimberley), Southwest Louisiana CVB plastic cup

Wooden plaque memento from The Nightcaps to Joe Nick : "Have You Heard What’s the Word…" with a bottle of Thunderbird wine… "Joe Nick, Your Friends, The Nightcaps" no date

 

 

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Accession 2002-176

Unproc. Acc. Box# 341 - 343

 

Photographs, notes, drafts, correspondence, and ephemera related to the research and writing career of Joe Nick Patoski, dating from 1996-2002

Contents of boxes as listed:

 

One binder and correspondence pertaining to the Texas Downtown Association - 2002 President’s Awards - Judging Notebook

 

Music press kits/ releases/ audio cassette/ video cassette/ compact discs/ clippings 2002; Alegres De La Sierra, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, ZinzZero, Aretha Franklin, Andy Griggs, Banda Limonense, Delbert McClinton, Ruthie Foster, Conjunto Lobo, Radney Foster, Mark Jungers, OzzyFest, Spin, Gigi Dover, Kevin Welch, Da Vinci’s Notebook, Phil Vassar, Mike McClure, James McMurtry, Raza Obrera, Lightin’ Hopkins, Roger Wallace, Jaime Camil, Forasteros De San Luis, Inesperado, Jennifer Pena, Rick Trevino, Chuck Pyle, Delbert McClinton, Lowery 66, Pinmonkey, Brooks & Dunn, Kerrville Folk Festival, Jim Terr and Friends, Jude Johnstone, DJ Screw, MercyMe

 

General correspondence; invitations, newsletters, birthday cards, letters, postcards, faxes, accession reports, printed e-mail

 

Other research materials; brochures from the Smithsonian, Dave Little Little’s Boots, RocketBuster Boots, Cartoon Network, Florida, The Woodlands resort center,visiting Baltimore, street map of Washington DC, Playbill from the Plymouth Theatre “The Graduate”, calendar of Cowboy Boots photography by Jim Arndt, magazine titled “Texas Highways dated September 1994, magazine titled “Time Out New York” dated June 2002, research material on water and the Edwards Aquifer,various brochures, magazines and journals.

 

Texas Monthly files; memos, correspondence, issue planning, notebooks, notes, clippings.

 

Artifacts; one blue and white baseball which reads “Tecolotes de Los Dos Laredos”, 5 “Bionicle The Bohrok Awake” trading cards from McDonalds, 2 passes for Joe Nick for “Texas Monthly” and “Not fade away 2002 Panelist”, one small FM radio from the National Football League and the Houston Texas, one canvas bag from the “Not fade away” - the second annual Buddy Holly Music Festival & Symposium 2002.

 

 

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Accession 2003-061

Unproc. Acc. Box# 353 - 355 & 658 & 770 and Box # 668

 

Posters, SXSW material, magazines, photographs, notes, clippings, certificates, drafts, story ideas, correspondence, invites, brochures, material in reference to the Young Authors Conference, receipts, and ephemera related to the research and writing career of Joe Nick Patoski, dating from (2002 - 2003).

 

Contents of boxes as listed:

3 cartons of files:

Music press kits / releases / clippings / press photos / reviews of various artists (1990s-2002): Patricia Vonne, Big C, Jah Born, Worldfame, C-Pone, D-Slim, Heather Morgan, Michael Blake, Steve James, The Pieces, Jefferson Truett, American Masters, James Rider & The 420 Turnaround, Graciela Beltran, Varonil, Talisman, Los Mismos, Priscila Y Sus Balas De Plata, Son de Cali, Ramsay Midwood, Paulino Bernal y Familia, Conjunto Tarahumara, Charlie Christian, Jennifer Pena, Deana Carter, Steve Wariner, George Strait, Jessica Andrews, Rosanne Cash, Winsor Harmon, Sisters Morales, Trick Pony, Mark David Manders, Earl Poole Ball, Chris Wall, Patty Lopez y Boots, Iman, Chuy Vega, Area 305, High Noon. 

Other research : in no discernible order; Texas trails, Bar-b-que, state parks, Texas bats, Texas water issues, football,  

General correspondence

Texas Monthly files: staff directories, memos, correspondence, issue planning,

Certificates: unframed certificate from The Texas Institute of Letters presented to Joe Nick Patoski from President Mark Busby dated 3/29/2003

Manuscripts: One complete manuscript proof copy of The Roots of Texas Music edited by Lawrence S. Clayton and Joe W. Specht

 

Posters :

- 22” x 13” poster advertising SXSW dated March 7-16, 2003 in Austin, TX  “A Week of Smokin’ Music” sponsored by Natural American Spirit

- 18” x 24” poster presenting “Worldfame & the Grifter Boyz presents Inside Loop 12 Grifter featuring... C-Pone, Black Ass Wayne, D-Slim, Ticket Slim and more... executive producer WorldFame”

- 18” x 24” poster featuring “Molotov Dance and Dense Denso”

 

Backlog material:

 

Magazines:

Tijdschrift voor blues BLOCK - No. 124, Winter 2003- located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Tijdschrift voor blues BLOCK - No. 123, 2002- located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Texas Monthly - December 2002

The Journal of Texas Music History - Vol. 2 No. 2

Texas Music - Summer 2000, Issue 3

Texas Music - Spring 2000, Issue 2

Texas Music - Winter 2000

Texas Music - Fall 2000, Issue 4

No Depression - July/August 2002

Performing Songwriter - Vol. 10, March/April 2003- located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

D.I.W. - Issue 5.1 - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

BMI / Music World - Spring 2002- located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Singer Magazine - No. 20, April 2003 - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Alternative Press- No. 177, April 2003- located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Relix: Music for the Mind - February/March 2003 - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Rockpile - No. 89, March 2003 - located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Off Beat - March 2003

Off Beat - May 2002

Time Out New York - March 13-20, 2003 - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Venus - No. 15, Spring 2003 - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

Paste - Issue #3

Texas Music - Spring 2003, Issue 14

Push Magazine - Vol. 2003 - located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

 

“The Grammys: The 45th Annual Grammy Awards - February 23, 2003” - located in box no. 560 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

“Environmental Assessment: Trinity River and Tributaries, Texas Maintenance Dredging, Channel to Smith Point Galveston Bay, Galveston and Chambers Counties, Texas, U.S. Army Engineer District, Galveston, Galveston Texas August 2002”

 

Video Cassette:

Patricia Vonne

 

Compact Disc:

Patricia Vonne

 

Newspapers:

“Austin American-Statesman Xlxtra” - Wednesday, march 12, 2003 - located in box no. 561 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

 “The Austin Chronicle” - Vol. 22, No. 28a, March 2003

“LA Weekly” - March 2003

“The Austin Chronicle” - Vol. 22, No. 28, March 2003

 

 

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Accession 2004-024

Unproc. Acc. Box# 412-416 & 705 Map Case dr. 17

 

 

Posters, photographs, notes, newspaper clippings, certificates, drafts, story ideas, correspondence, invitations, brochures, receipts, and ephemera related to the research and writing career of Joe Nick Patoski.

 

Contents of boxes as listed:

Music press kits/ releases/ clippings/ press photos/ reviews of various artists: Caroline Herring, Mean Gene Kelton & The Die Hards, Ray Benson, Marco Antonio Solis, Tywanna Jo Baskette, Danny Barnes, Mark Wehner, Akwid, Greg Brown, Mike Kinderd, Duelo, Bugarin, Raza Obrera, Conjunto Piramide, Alacranes Musical, A.T.M. “A Toda Maquina”, Mia, Forasteros de San Luis, Lupillo Rivera, Marshall Madison, Colon Gilmore, Tom Russell, Adan “Chalino” Sanchez, Jae-P, Jessie Morales, Jibe, Joel Elizalde and others.

 

General correspondence

 

Other research material: in no discernible order, music in Monterrey, natural history of Texas, water conservation, pesticides, genetically modified crops, resorts, mountain biking, state parks, Texas water safari, bat conservation, Texas coast, opry and various clippings from the The Dallas Morning News featuring article written by Joe Nick Patoski, 91 4x6 photos of various bar-b-que restaurants along with their negatives and various photocopies of articles on higher education.

 

Miscellaneous materials: brochures, invites, catalogs, advertisements, indiscernible hand written notes, framed front cover of Texas Monthly titled “Big Bend: Is Better Than Ever” story by Joe Nick Patoski, leather 81/2 x 11 mouse pad which reads “Alive and Kicking by Joe Nick Patoski”, one box of Joe Nick’s business cards while employed at Texas Monthly, audio cassettes titled “Passage to Juneau: A Sea and Its Meaning”, old ticket stubs and receipts, 4 video cassettes titled “Ray Benson”, “The Making of Asleep at the Wheel’s ‘Ride With Bob’”, “Asleep at the Wheel”, “Rosanne Cash Rules of Travel”, SXSW 2003 cap, a can of “Gilley’s” premium Texas beer, one empty bottle of “Frontenac Blanc D’Oro”-white wine- features Elvis on the label, and one black vinyl business carrying shoulder bag.

 

Posters:

- 23x16.5 “Eric Burdon and the Animals Roky Erickson & the Resurrectionists - Saturday April 17 at the Austin Opera House” signed by Roky Erickson and Brian Salvador Curley

- 22.5 x 18 “Junior Brown Sat. Feb. 2nd” signed by Brian Salvador Curley, number 15/150

- 21.5 x 14 “Texas Tornados August 22” signed by Brian Salvador Curley

- 12x18 “There and Back Again Summer Tour 2002 Phil Lesh and Friends”

- 12x18 “Lucinda Williams Monday, April 29th-Stubbs”

- 11x17”Lost Loneld Rods Sat. Oct. 25th La Zona Rosa”

- 11x17 “13th Floor Elevators”

- 11x17 “Hank Williams III Stubbs Sat. Jan. 11th”, number 100/250

- 11x17 “Alabama Thunderpussy Honky 60 Watt Shamen Speedloader Sunday, Dec. 1st at Emo’s”, number 126/250

- 11x17 “Black Crowes April 8th Austin Music Hall”, number 175/250

- 11x17 “Emo’s From Angeles Friday Nov. 15th-Exene Cervenka, Billy Zoom, John Doe, DJ Bonebrake”, number 202/250

- 11x17 “Bob Dylan and His Band April 2003”, number 185/300

- 11x17 “Hey Ho Let’s Go! - Gabba Gabba Hey - RIP Joey Ramone”

- 11x17 “Queens of the Stone Age and you will know us by the Trail of Dead Peaches”

- 11x17 “Pong Free Range Bastards Elastic Waste Band”

- 11x17 “Tilman Brothers Band Friday, September 27”

- 11x17 “Butt hole Surfers”

- 11x17 “Big Brother & the Holding Co.”

- 11x17 “George Clinton with Parliament Funkadelic”, number 123/250

- 11x17 “Flaming Lips”, number 131/250, signed by Brian Salvador Curley

- 11x17 “Everclear”

- 11x17 “Doyle Bramhall Smokestack”, number 10/250, signed by Brian Salvador Curley

- 11x17 “Flatstuck 2 A Convention of Rock& Roll Poster Art”, number 185/250

- 11x17 “Dust & Blood: A Zombie Western”

- 11x17 “The Flatlanders (Jimmy Dale Gilmore, Joe Ely, & Butch Hancock)”

- 11x17 “Hot Tuna”, number 108/250

- 11x17 “Joe King Carrasco, Sangre De Chango, Eve Monsee, Will Knaak”, number 1/150

- 10.5 x 14 “Buddy Guy”, number 25/250

- 10.5 x 14 “Dong Sham Band”

- 11x17 “Annual High Times Party 2003”

- 11x17 “Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn”

- 12x18 “George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic”

- two 11x17 posters from the Museum of the Big Bend

- 12x18 “Beyonce: Dangerously in Love”

- 25.5 x 20 “Jeff Beck and Stevie Ray Vaughan”

- 36 x 24 “Beyonce: Dangerously in Love”

 

 

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Accession 2004-162

Unproc. Acc. Box# 489 - 491 & 353

 

Posters, photographs, notes, newspaper clippings, research material, correspondence, invitations, compact discs, brochures, and ephemera related to the research and writing career of Joe Nick Patoski.

 

Contents of boxes are as listed below:

Music press kits / releases / clippings / press photos / compact discs / video cassettes / reviews of various artists: Jimmy Buffett, Rosendo Cantu, Eliseo Robles, Mariana, Catie Curtis, Allison Moorer, Bob Schneider, Lost Highway, Andy Griggs, Buddy Holly’s Country Roots, Ed Burleson, The Crickets, Joe Ely, Redd Volkaert, Tift Merritt, Gibby Haynes, Brandon Jenkins, Seth Walker, Ivan Hernandez, The Subdudes, Beausoleil, Alan Jackson, Peter Case, Lisa Loeb, Dan Roberts, Asleep at the Wheel, Royal Wade Kimes and many others.

General correspondence

Other research material:  various pages of illegible handwritten notes, The History of H.E.Butt Grocery Company, Texas mountains, untitled manuscript,

Miscellaneous materials:  brochures, invites, advertisements, press passes, stickers, ticket stubs, buttons, photos, clippings, audio cassettes, disks, t-shirts, black 3-ring binder containing typed manuscript titled “Armadillo World Headquarters” and two canvas bags.

Posters:

- 11x17 “Commemorating 165 Years of Austin Poster Art & Live Music 1839-2004 Flatstock 4 SWXW 2004”

- 11x17 “Poppies 3 Hit the Stage” – poster is signed by artist

- 11x17 “Los Lonely Boys”

- 11x17 “Jet Sloan The Everyones at Stubbs”

- three 12x12 posters of “Chingo Bling The Tamale Kingpin” – all three posters are signed by artist

- 20x13.5 “Napoleon Dynamite: He’s out to prove he’s got nothing to prove”

 

Items in backlog unless otherwise noted:

Books –

- Wild Animus by Rich Shapero

- Profile Pentagram Design edited by Susan Yelavich

- The Pictures of Texas Monthly: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Award Winning Photography

Magazines - located in box no. 554 of the unprocessed accessions in Annex A

- “Texas Music”  - Summer 2004

- “Script”  - November/December 2003

- “Off Beat” - March 2004

- “American Cinematographer” – March 2004

- “The Independent Film & Video Monthly”  - March 2004

- “Production Update” – March 2004

- “Billboard” - March 20, 2004

- “Singer” - December 2003

- “Performing Songwriter” – March/April 2004

- “DIW: Independent thought on independent music” – April 2004

- “Indie Culture” 2004

- “Magnet” – Feb./March 2004

- “New Zealand Musician” – Feb./March 2004

Newspapers: -REMOVED FROM  BACKLOG 5/11/2007

- “The Austin Chronicle” – March 12, 2004

- “The Austin Chronicle” – March 5, 2004

 

 

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Accession 2005-058

Unproc. Acc. Box# 555 & 556

 

Notes, research material, correspondence, invitations, compact discs, brochures, and ephemera related to SxSW and the writing career of Joe Nick Patoski.

 

Contents of boxes are as listed below:

Research material:  various pages of illegible handwritten notes, business cards, brochures, pamphlets, newsletters in reference to the Voices of Civil Rights bus tour.

Miscellaneous materials in reference to SxSW:  brochures, invites, advertisements, press passes, buttons, disks, and one canvas bag.

General correspondence

Various magazines & Newspapers

 

 

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Accession 2005-094

Unproc. Acc. Box# 590 - 592

 

3 boxes of assorted personal and professional related material in no discernible order. Materials include photographs, press kits, press badges, correspondence, video tapes, compact discs, notebooks, magazines, clippings, books, magazines, newspapers, computer discs, brochures, ephemera and other artifacts.  

 

Other materials include: Notes and research material on the Austin Armadillo World Headquarters & other Austin scenes and numerous Ray Campi CD's,

 

 

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Accession 2006-065

Unproc. Acc. Box# 659 - 674 & 769 oversized posters located in 705AL Mapcase Dr. 20

 

Unorganized material: 16 boxes and 3 oversized folders of assorted personal and professional related material in no discernible order. Materials include notebooks, correspondence, postcards, invites, maps, videocassettes, audiocassettes, compact discs, press kits, newspaper clippings, research materials, brochures, newsletters, catalogs, travel guides, magazines, directories, photocopies of articles, newspapers, thesis titled “Water From Stone”, 2006 SxSW materials & ephemera, various oversized posters, canvas & leather tote bags, and press badges and other ephemera.

 

 

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Accession 2006-123

Unproc. Acc. Box# 772-776 & 705AL Map Case dr. 13

 

Joe Nick Patoski – Donation of 239 long-playing phonograph vinyl records (LPs) and a collection of posters, flyers and drawings, of various sizes and artists.

1. ABC Collection

2. The Bobby Fuller Four

3. Remembering The Greatest Hits of Lefty Frizzell

4. Sold American – Kinky Friedman

5. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library

6. The Spectacular Shirley Bassey

7. Home Grown

8. James Brown Live and Lowdown at the Apollo, Vol. 1

9. James Brown Gravity

10. James Brown “Live” at the Apollo Vol. II – two big albums in one

11. Brave Combo Musical Varieties

12. Brave Combo Music for Squares

13. Brave Combo Polkatharsis

14. Brave Combo World Dance Music

15. No Sad Faces Brave Combo

16. Dollar Brand – African Piano

17. Dollar Brand – Africa – Tears and Laughter

18. Dollar Brand – Abdullah Ibraahim

19. Lowell Fulson

20. Texas Band Professors – Grey Ghost – Erbie Bowser – Dr. Hepcat

21. Grey Ghost

22. Brubeck Desmond

23. Man in the Hills – Burning Speak

24. I Just Can’t Stop It – The English Beat

25. I Just Can’t Stop It – The Beat

26. The Beatles – Second Album

27. Beatles ‘65

28. Something New – Something New – The Beatles

29. The Beatles Rock ‘n’ Roll

30. The Best of the Beach Boys Vol. 3

31. Nobody But You Little Bob and the Lollipops

32. Arthur Blythe – Illusions

33. George Coleman “Bongo Joe” – cover signed by artist

34. James Booker – Junco Partner

35. The Band of Blacky Ranchette

36. Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade Vol. 2

37. Chuck Berry Rock It

38. Chuck Berry’s Golden Decade

39. Forge Ben – Tropical

40. Rev. F.C. Barnes & Company – God Delivered

41. Chet – The lyrical trumpet of Chet Baker

42. La Vern Baker Her Greatest Recordings

43. Bagdad Café

44. Baby Road

45. Knock Dem Dead – Arrow

46. Freddy King Hide Away

47. The Armstrong Twins – Floyd & Lloyd – Just Country Boys

48. Louis – Louis Armstrong – Chicago Concert

49. Smokin’ the Dummy – Terry Allen & the Panhandle Mystery Band

50. Alphabet Rock

51. Sophisticated Giant - Dexter Gordon

52. Dexter Gordon – Gotham City

53. Miss Ann Goodly and the Zydeco Bros.

54. Go Go’s – Beauty and the Beat

55. Talk to Me and 11 other great songs – Sunny and the Sunliners

56. Lydia Mendoza – La Gloria de Texas

57. Lubbock (on everything) Terry Allen

58. Narciso Martinez – The Father of Tex-Mex Conjunto

59. Buddy Knox – Party Doll

60. Egberto Gismonti Soldo Melo Dia

61. Boozoo Chavis – Zydeco Homebrew

62. Boozoo Chavis The Lake Charles Atomic Bomb

63. Zydeco Trail Ride with Boozoo Chavis

64. Menu Hotplatters

65. Merry Christmas – Feliz Navidad – Freddy Fender

66. Freddy Fender – Recordando Los ‘50

67. Freddy Fender – Are You Ready for Freddy

68. Freddy Fender – If You Don’t Love Me

69. Freddy Fender – If You’re Ever in Texas

70. Freddy Fender – The Texas Balladeer

71. Freddy Fender – Fuera de Alcance Out of Reach

72. Boozoo Zydeco – Boozoo Chavis

73. Chilton Chenier Very Best

74. Clifton Chenier – The King of Zydeco – Sings The Blues

75. Clifton Chenier – Classic Clifton

76. Clifton Chenier – Bayou Blues

77. Rod Bernard & Clifton Chenier – Boogie in Black & White

78. Denny Ezba – Sings His Greatest Hits from 4000 Years Ago

79. Freddy Fender – Before the Next Teardrop Falls

80. Then Play On – Fleetwood Mac

81. Homer and Jethro

82. Baseball Game

83. Song Wagon – Roy Rogers and Dale Evans – 16 Great Songs of the Old West

84. Eberto Gismonti & Danca Das Cabecas

85. The Dave Clark Five Return!

86. Dave Clark Five – 25 Thumping Great Hits

87. Jole Blon – The Original Cajun Fiddle of Harry Choates

88. The Chieftains – Bonapartes Retreat

89. Freddy Fender – Love Me Tender

90. Freddy Fender – Canta

91. Freddy Fender – Rock ‘n’ Country

92. Freddy Fender – Recorded Inside Louisiana State Prison

93. Freddy Fender – Before the Next Teardrop Falls

94. Flaco Jimenez – El Sonidode San Antonio

95. Freddy Fender – Swamp Gold

96. Erroll Garner

97. Uri Geller

98. Original Soundtrack Album Ghostbusters

99. Joao Gilberto – Gilberto Gil – Caetano Veloso – Maria Bethania – Brasil

100.  Fair & Square  - Jimmie Dale Gilmore

101.  Johnny Gimble’s  - Texas Dance Party

102.  Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

103.  East Memphis Music – The Hits – Special limited edition

104.  Ray Campi and his Rockabilly Rebels – Rockabilly Music

105. The Cadets Greatest Hits

106. Johnny & Dorsey Burnette – Together Again

107. Johnny Burnette’s – Rock and Roll Trio and their Rockin’ Friends from Memphis

108. Charlie Burton

109. Burning Spear – Marcus Gravey

110. Rosanne Cash – Seven Year Ache

111.  The Dynamic – Clarence Carter

112. Goodwill Melodies by Tino Carrasco

113. Dr. John & Chris Barber on a Mardi Gras Day

114. The Dixie Hummingbirds and a Christian Testimonial

115. Dirty Looks

116. John Delafose – Zydeco Excitement

117. Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits Vol. II

118. Deanna Durbin – The Original Soundtracks form Her Greatest Movies

119. Bob Dylan – Bringing It All Back Home

120. Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde

121. Cowboy Rhythm – Randy Erwin

122. The Fabulous Thunderbirds – What’s the Word

123. Exit O – Steve Earle & The Dukes

124. Robert Ealey with Juke Jumpers

125. Bob Dylan Blood On the Tracks

126. Bob Dylan – Self Portrait

127. The Wild Man From Texas – Arnett Cobb

128. Always – Patsy Cline

129. The Clash

130. The Clash – Give ‘Em Enough Rope

131. Sadinista – The Clash

132. The Clash – London Calling

133. Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band Ice Cream For Crow

134. Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band – Shiny Beast

135. Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band

136. Ray Campi – Rockin’ At the Ritz

137. Ray Campi and his Rockabilly Rebels – Hollywood Cats

138. The Voice of the Turtle

139. Booker Ervin – Structurally Sound

140. Booker Little Booker Ervin – Sounds of Inner City

141. The Equators – HOT

142. Joe Ely – Honky Tonk Masquerade

143. Joe Ely

144. Joe Ely – Musta Notta Gotta Lotta

145. The Afro Eurasian Eclipse – Duke Ellington – A Suite in Eight Parts

146. Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left

147. The Electric Flag – A Long Time Comin’

148. Tex Edwards & Out on Parole

149.  Broke Again – Johnny Nicolas

150.  Michael Doucet – Beau Soleil – Déjà vu

151. The Fabulous Thunderbirds – T-Bird Rhythm

152. Lee Dorsey – Night People

153. Rockin’ Dopsie – Crowded Prince of Zydeco

154. Memorial to the Unforgettable Jimmy Donley – Born to be a Loser

155. Don and Dewey

156. The White Album

157.  Dominguinhos

158. Bill Boggett

159. Dr. John’s Gumbo – Doctor John

160. Dr. John – In the Right Place

161.  Paris – The Sounds – The Sights – The Melachrino Orchestra

REORDS BELOW DO NOT HAVE THEIR ALBUM COVER

Instead use a plain green or white paper sleeve with title written on top

162. Dr. John – The Sun, Moon & Herbs

163. Fats Domino Best

164. Rockin’ Dopsie & Twisters “Doin’ the Zydeco”

165. Rockin’ Dopie & Twisters

166. Electric Pruens

167. Joe Ely “Down on The Drag”

168. Booker Erwin “Back from the Gig..”

169. Ray Campi “Rockabilly Lives”

170. Bob Dylan “Bringing It All Back Home”

171. Bob Dylan “The Basement Tapes”

172. Bob Dylan “Royal Albert Hall”

173. Duane Eddy “Vintage Years”

174. Dave Edmunds “Get It”

175. Dave Edmunds “Twangin”

176. Fabulous Thunderbirds “Butt Rockin’”

177. Fabulous Thunderbirds

178. Johnny Cash “Get Rhythm”

179. The Cats & The Fiddle

180. Bruce Channel – Hey! Baby!

181. Ray Charles Genius & Soul

182. Ray Charles – The Artistry of Ray Charles

183. The B-52 Band – The Fabulous Skylarks

184. John Cale “Academy in Peril”

185. Cab Calloway – Hi De Ho Man

186. Jimmy Gilmer – Bottle of Wine

187. Cecil Gant Rock Little Baby

188. Fru Marox

189. Johnny Ace

190. Nathan Abshire “The Good Times Are Killing Me”

191. Nathan Abshire “Pine Gove Blues”

192. Robert Ealey and His Five Careless Lovers

193. Lightning Hopkins

194. Clifton Chenier Live

195. Clifton Chenier – Blues & Zydeco

196. Chubby Checkers – For Teen Twisters Only

197. Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies

198. Freddy Fender “Tex Mex”

199. Clifton Chenier – Bayou Soul

200. Clifton Chenier – Out West

201. Freda & Firedogs

202. George Jones – The Race is On

203. Lydia Mendoza

204. Bobby Bland – Soul of the Man

205 Dexter Gordon – Homecoming

206. Dexter Gordon – Homecoming

207. Animal Tracks – The Animals

208. Al Green – Best

209. Gato Barbieri – Chapter One: Latin America

210. Dexter Gordon – Best

211. Lavern Baker

212. The Band

213. Gato Barbieri – Feniz

214. The Band – Moondog Matinee

215. Chuck Berry – Decade Vol. 3

216. Dewey Balfa

217. Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode

218. Bobby Bland – Call On me

219. Bobby Bland – Spotlighting The Man

220. Bobby Blue Bland – Ain’t Nothing You Can Do

221. Gate Mouth Brown – Blues Ain’t Noting’

222. Bobby Bland – 2 Steps

223. James Brown – Think In Bout Lil Willie John

224. Woody Guthrie – Legend

225. Clint West & Boogie Kings

226. James Brown – Live at Royal

227.  Blue Sky Boys

228. Woody Guthrie – Legend

229. Woody Guthrie – Library of Congress Recordings

230. The Beatles – Rubber Soul

231. Arthur Blythe – Lenox Ave Breakdown

232. The Beatles – 62-66

233. Beach Boys – Today

234. Beatles – Meet the…

235. Beatles – Story

Small 45rpm phonograph vinyl records

236. Good King Wencenslaus

237. Othar Turner’s Rising Star Fife & Drum Band

238. Goons – While Elvis Slept

239.  Memphis Goons – Soul Mate

POSTERS - sundry collection

1) Three 1995 Tejano Music Awards 30x20

2) One 1994 Texas Writers Month 22x20

3) 1 Topographic map of The Solitario Quadrangle from the US Department of Interior Geological Survey 23x26

4) 2 Joe King Carrasco & the Crown says: The Dago’s better with Cuervo 20x30

5) 1 Joe King Carrasco 15x23

6) 1 Joe King & the Crowns 18x24

7) 1 The Great American Rodeo 17x28

8) 2 Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns – in concert 15x23

9) 2 Ritz Bar 19x19

10) 1 Ray Campi – Rockbilly Rebellion (signed by Campi) 18x24

11) One 1990 Tejano Conjunto Festival 38x24

12) One 1988 Tejano Conjunto Festival 38x24

13) 1 Hollywood’s Entertainment (advertisement for exotic dancing) 24x16

14) 1 Big Tymers 18x24

15) 2 The Gold Selling Artist MJG 24x36

16) 1 Hot Boys 18x24

17) 1 Swamp Click 18x24

18) 1 Juvenile 18x24

19) 1 Players for Life – Playin’ 4 Real 18x24

20) 1 Frustrated by Death 18x24

21) 1 Playa G – You Not My Lady 18x24

22) 1 Wantin’ Out 18x24

23) 1 BHG Openin’ Doors 18x24

24) 1 Revelations – The Beginning of the End 18x24

25) 1 Leon Russell 22x28

26) 1 The Legendary Stardust Cowboy (signed by artist) 17x23

27) 1 Pharaoh Sanders 18x24

28) 1 Reggae Spectacular 24x24

29) 1 The Tubes 24x24

30) 1 Joe Cocker 24x24

31) 1 Inside Active Volcanoes 23x36

32) 1 The Art of Editorial Photography 22x30

33) 1 Southwest Airlines 23x36

34) 2 Sand Comber – Sportswear of the Surfers 27x41

35) 1 Tree Frog Shoes 23x34

36) 1 Spielbeug Museum Nurnberg (signed by many) 23x33

37) 1 Theatre Le Palace (oversized)

38) 1 Hellbilly Defmetal Onslaught – Fuck with the Best Lie with the Rest 27x34

39)  and numerous other posters along with drawings and flyers (in various dimensions)

 

 

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Accession 2007-154

 

Variety of material including CDs, LPs, t-shirt and caps, posters, magazines, newspapers and newspaper clippings, drafts and manuscripts of work, photos, correspondence, music announcements and musician press kits, notes and notebooks, maps, brochures and other artifacts.  Majority of material was not in files or labeled; file titles are in quotation marks when present.  Several boxes of the donation were treated for silverfish infestation and remain in quarantine in the annex.

 

BOX # 992 folder 1

“State Parks 2006” – handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and other research material (1 of 5).

 

BOX # 992 folder 2

“State Parks 2006” – handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and other research material (2 of 5).

 

BOX # 992 folder 3

“State Parks 2006” – handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and other research material (3 of 5).

 

BOX # 992 folder 4

“State Parks 2006” – handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and other research material (4 of 5).

 

BOX # 992 folder 5

“State Parks 2006” – handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, and other research material (5 of 5).

 

BOX # 992 folder 6

“Austin Poster History” – handwritten notes and drafts of work of same title.

 

BOX # 992 folder 7

Materials from unmarked box – handwritten notes and various water quality studies in Texas.

 

BOX # 992 folder 8

“Guidelines” – AARP release forms, biography of Eldrewey Stearns, and newspaper clipping from December 10, 2003.

 

BOX # 992 folder 9

“Memory Loss” file, from the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Denton , and a booklet Care of the Neck.

 

BOX # 992 folder 10

“Releases” – blank AARP release forms.

 

BOX # 992 folder 11

“Notes/Names” – material from the “Voice” project and handwritten notes.

 

BOX # 992 folder 12

“Post 1980” – transcript of interview of John Reed on the 20th anniversary of the AWHQ- Armadillo World Headquarters (part 1 of 2).

 

BOX # 992 folder 13

“Post 1980” – transcript titled “Franklin interview part 1”; subject is AWHQ.

 

BOX # 992 folder 14

One black and white photo of Joe Nick Patoski and two copies of the September 1998 issue of Austin Writer with JNP on the cover.

 

BOX # 992 folder 15

Materials from unmarked folder – newspaper clippings, flyers, and schedules of events for the Austin Film Festival, 1997.

 

BOX # 992 folder 16

“Reviews/Articles” – several issues of the Say What newsletter of the Stevie Ray Vaughan Fan Club, sample book cover for Caught in the Crossfire, and newspaper clippings about the book and SRV.

 

BOX # 992 folder 17

Manuscript of the “Armidillo Book” about the Armadillo World Headquarters.

 

BOX # 992 folder 18

1997 calender/appointment book with entries by Patoski.

 

BOX # 993 folder 1

Material from a canvas bag from the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival 2007, includes CD’s, promotional flyers, a pen, buttons, guitar picks, dogtag, condom, etc, in addition to various magazines (part 1 of 2).

 

BOX # 993 folder 2

Material from a canvas bag from the South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Festival 2007, includes CD’s, promotional flyers, a pen, buttons, guitar picks, dogtag, Mardi Gras beads, etc, in addition to various magazines (part 2 of 2).

 

BOX # 993 folder 3

Material from a canvas bag from the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival 2007, includes CD’s, promotional flyers, a pen, buttons, book of matches, sticker, condom, etc, in addition to various magazines (part 1 of 2).

 

BOX # 993 folder 4

Material from a canvas bag from the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival 2007, includes CD’s, promotional flyers, and various magazines (part 2 of 2).

 

BOX # 993 folder 5

Camera and software manuals.

 

BOX # 993 folder 6

Various travel and vacation guides and three book catalogs.

 

BOX # 993 folder 7

Newsletters from different organizations, mainly dealing with nature conservatory, and several reports in Spanish on a few Mexican coservation groups.

 

BOX # 993 folder 8

Maps and brochures from different attractions, mainly museums and parks, various states included (part 1 of 3).

 

BOX # 993 folder 9

Maps and brochures from different attractions, mainly museums and parks, various states included (part 2 of 3).

 

BOX # 994 folder 1

Maps and brochures from different attractions, mainly museums and parks, various states included (part 3 of 3).

 

BOX # 994 folder 2

Music announcements for new groups and new CDs being released; material also includes press kits and photos (part 1 of 4).

 

 

BOX # 994 folder 3

Music announcements (part 2 of 4).

 

BOX # 994 folder 4

Music announcements (part 3 of 4).

 

BOX # 994 folder 5

Music announcements (part 4 of 4).

 

BOX # 994 folder 6

Various newspaper clippings and photocopies of articles and book reviews; mainly concerning writings by JNP such as Caught in the Crossfire and Como la Flor books.

 

BOX # 994 folder 7

Rule of Capture compiled by the Texas Water Alliance Water Research Group.

 

BOX # 994 folder 8

Correspondence, both personal and professional, dates range from 1993 to 2207; also includes correspondence to and from Bill Crawford (part 1 of 6).

 

BOX # 994 folder 9

Correspondence (part 2 of 6).

 

BOX # 994 folder 10

Correspondence (part 3 of 6).

 

BOX # 995 folder 1

Correspondence (part 4 of 6).

 

BOX # 995 folder 2

Correspondence (part 5 of 6).

 

BOX # 995 folder 3

Correspondence (part 6 of 6).

 

BOX # 995 folder 4

Notes and notebooks, various subjects (part 1 of 5).

 

BOX # 995 folder 5

Notes and notebooks, various subjects (part 2 of 5).

 

BOX # 995 folder 6

Notes and notebooks, various subjects (part 3 of 5).

 

BOX # 995 folder 7

Notes and notebooks, various subjects (part 4 of 5).

 

BOX # 995 folder 8

Notes and notebooks, various subjects (part 5 of 5).

 

BOX # 995 folder 9

“People – Hurricane Katrina” – guidelines for correspondents from People magazine, travel material such as maps and receipts, newspaper clippings and notes.

 

BOX # 995 folder 10

“JNP/Bill Crawford” – synopsis and research material relating to “The Debutante and the Druglord” concerning Pablo Acosta.

 

BOX # 995 folder 11

Abstract titled Malpai Borderlands, fax of Austin Film Town with revisions and geological atlases of Marfa and the Emory Peak-Presidio areas.

 

BOX # 996 folder 1

Peter Koch piece on Big Bend and manuscript of Teenage Entertainment Wasteland with notes.

 

BOX # 996 folder 2

Manuscript of work by Patoski on the Armadillo World Headquarters, with notes.

 

BOX # 996 folder 3

Correspondence, including emails, from 2005 and 2006.

 

BOX # 996 folder 4

Several complete and incomplete manuscripts and drafts of work; most untitled.

 

BOX # 996 folder 5

A variety of research material including photocopies of articles and some handwritten notes on different subjects.

 

BOX # 996 folder 6

Hard cover book, still in plastic wrap, Emails from Hell: The Wrath of William Wyndell, by David Earthman and spiral bound book titled Rainwater Collection for the Mechanically Challenged by Suzy Banks and others.

 

BOX # 996 folder 7

Color photos, including some of Patoski at book signings, color slides of landscapes, a booklet about Nolan Ryan and ticket stubs.

 

BOX # 996 folder 8

A 2006 and 2007 Judge’s plaque for the World Championship Barbeque Goat Cook-off from Brady, Texas.  Plaques are wooden and in the shape of a goat’s head.

 

BOX # 996 folder 9

Cover for the audio book Como la flor by Patoski; box is empty and several color “prints” which appear to be from ads from the early 30’s or 40’s.

 

BOX # 996

One baseball cap, tan with flag design on right side of bill, from Brady National Bank, reads “100 years 1905 -2005”.

 

BOX # 996

One medium adult size black t-shirt which reads “Antone’s 29th anniversary showcase Ray Charles 2004”.

 

BOX # 997

This box contains a variety of magazines, guides, pamphlets, booklets and catalogs, and which cover a number of different topics.

 

Bound galley of Let It Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs, America’s Greatest        Rock Critic by Jim DeRogatis.

Booklet Los Skarnales: Vatos Rudos Official Coloring Book

1999 Texas Rangers Media Guide

A Guide to World Music Produced in France

An Outline History of Jazz

Louisiana Music Trail

Welsh Music Foundation Directory 2005

Manchester City Music Network Directory 2003/04

Comic book Fabulus Furry Freak Brothers # 4

Family Life magazine March/April 1996 issue

Hillviews Winter 2004

National Parks January/February 2004 issue

The Journal of Texas Music History 2006

SXSW 2000 – Music

SXSW 200 – Interactive

SXSWorld March 2007

SXSW 2004 – Film

SXSW 2004 – Music

SXSW 2001 – Music + Media

Rhino catalog 1994

Texas Music Directory 1995

The Texas Observer November 4, 2005; two copies

Musician May 1993

International Hispanic Entertainment Directory 1995

Fantasy Inc Special Anniversary Catalog 1999

Texas Rangers Program  October 1 & 2, 1993

Texas Rangers Souvenir Program 1994

Louisiana Music Directory 95-96

Texas Rangers Souvenir Program 1993

History of the Texas Baseball

1994 Arlington Stadium Calendar – Texas Rangers

James Luther Dickinson – three copies

Harp Music Matters  - May 2007 issue

Throat Culture 1990 Collector’s Edition  - with bendable four-song record included

No Depression – March/April 2005 issue

 

BOX # 998

This box contains a variety of magazines, guides, pamphlets, booklets and catalogs, and which cover a number of different topics.

 

A Guide to French Pop & Rock

MMDA Business Directory 2004

Texas 1998 Accommodations Guide

Block Tijdschrift voor blues 1999

SXSW  2005 – Film

SXSW 2005 – Interactive

Texas Parks & Wildlife Media Reference Guide – Revised February 2004

SXSW 2000 – Film

Texas Music Industry Directory – 2003 edition

SXSW 2003 – Music & Media

The Texas Observer – December 3, 2004 issue

Texas Parks & Wildlife – July 2006 issue

SXSW      98 – interactive

SXSW 97 – music & media

SXSW 91  – music & media

SXSW 99 – music & media

Louisiana Music Directory 2005

No Depression – March/April 2003 issue

Herramientas Legales Para La Conservaciones de Tierras Privadas y Sociales en               Mexico

Grammy – 48th Grammy Awards Celebration Issue, Spring 2006

Explorations – from the Texas Council for the Humanities

A Powerful Trust: Water Marketing in Texas

Rangers 1996 Souvenir Program

Texas Beat – February 1998 issue

Demon Catalogue Viewer 1998

SXSW 2001 – film

Louisiana Music Directory 1994-95

SXSW 1996 – music & media

The Recording Industry – 1994 career handbook

SXSW 99 – film

SXSW 99 – interactive

Texas Music Industry Directory – 2004 edition

 

BOX # 999

Photocopy of Sid Bryd’s Houston, bound galley of Mainlines, Blood Feasts, and Bad Taste: A Lester Bangs Reader, and a 2006 draft of Living in the Woods in a Tree by Sybil Rosen.  Various newspapers, newspaper sections and clippings, and oversize magazines, especially the Austin Chronicle and the San Antonio Current.  Also includes an issue of Austin Woman and several issues of Desert Candle; most relate to music or nature, and some contain articles written by Patoski.

 

BOX # 1000

 

CD list- (handwritten titles and notes appear in quotation marks)

Freddy Fender – Tall Order (#1 through #8)

Latin Breed and Freddy Fender

Glory Hallelujah: The Golden Age of Gospel (DVD counter part no in case)

“AWHQ 10-28-02” (CD-R)

“Texas coast book images” (CD-R)

The Hidden Land by Bela Fleck & the Flecktones

Crawlin by Marc Benno and the Nightcrawlers (three

 copies)

Up With the Sun by Alex Woodard

CD-R; title illegible

Los Super Seven by Los Super Seven

Honey in the Lion’s Head by Greg Brown

Run out of Darkness by Mandy Mercier

TexMix 2007 Spring (various artists)

Lafayette Music Space (various artists)

South San Gabriel

Addiction Pinball – game CD

Jungle Jim and the Voodoo Tiger by James Luther Dickinson

Chinese Boxes by Kim Richey

Why the Hell Not… the Songs of Kinky Friedman by Kinky Friedman (two copies)

Programa Nacional de Conservacion de Tierras

Divisadero by Ted Russell Kamp

War and Peace by Butch Hancock

Tortilla Factory 1996

Virtuosity/Tortilla Factory

Tortilla Factory 1973

Tortilla Factory 1974

La Malaguena/Tortilla Factory

Ron Wayne Mraz

Bill Mack’s Memories from the trenches of Broadcasting (audio book set on 7 CDs)

Nashville Rebel by Waylon Jennings (4 CD set)

SXSW CD Sampler 2007 (includes a voodoo doll)

 

Cassette tape list- (handwritten titles and notes appear in quotation marks)

Candy Blind Twister (recorded on Memorex tape)

“Huey P Memux and Juke Boy Bonner” (recorded on Certron 45 tape – no cover)

“Interview with Joe Nick Patoski & Bill Crawford May 26, 1993” (recorded on Sony tape)

“Dust” recorded over Chris Wall tape of Any Saturday Night in Texas (no cover)

“Crazy Cajun KUT Radio Show Huey Meaux tape 2” (recorded on Memorex tape)

“Chronicle Music Awards Austin Opera House” (recorded on Sony tape)

“Mexico Mike” by Joe King Carrasco and “Mexico’s His Lover” by Jenny Herring                 

                  (recorded on Radio Shack tape)

“Lenny 7/21/92” (recorded on Maxell tape)

Jimmie Rodgers on record: America’s Blue Yoder  (two cassette set with booklet and box)

 

VHS tape list- (handwritten and typed titles and notes appear in quotation marks)

“Joe King Carrasco – ACL 1983” (recorded on Fuji tape)

Accordion Dreams

I Love My Freedom, I Love My Texas: On the Road with Mingo Saldivar y Los Cuatro          Espadas

“J.K.C. videos” (recorded on Maxell tape)

“Austin Responds Lubbock on Everything Panel Discussion December 2, 2003”

“If Only I Could Fly” Blaze Foley Promotional Video

“QBADISC Cuban Gold 3:”

 

DVD list-

Ja’ ete au bal – I went to the dance (Roots of Cajun & Zydeco music)

Vaquero: The Forgotten Cowboy

Punk: Attitude – a film by Don Letts (2 DVD set)

Heartworn Highways

Celebration of Life: Little Joe y La Familia volume one live

Visiones: Latino Art & Culture (2 DVD set)

Songs of the Heartland: Collector’s Edition

 

BOX # 1001 folder 1

Earning statements from the University of Texas, classroom evaluations, statements and summaries for various accounts, agreements with UT Press, royalty statements, awards,  and applications for the Paisano Fellowship.

 

BOX # 1001 folder 2

Issues of Texas Monthly magazine that contain work by JNP:

January 1986, May and July 1996, and March 2002.

(duplicate copies of the January 1996 and May 1996 issues stored placed with other Texas Monthly magazines)

 

BOX # 1001

Three nametags with lanyards, two keyrings, pink guitar pick, a San Marcos pin, postal scale, and a brown tie.

 

BOX # 1001A (oversize) folder 1

Thirty-one color photos- includes photos of JNP, Clifford Antone, Auggie Myers, and others

One agreement between Waterloo Records and JNP as the manager of the True Believers

Misc materials such as playbills and a business card

 

BOX # 1001A folder 2

One 12” x 17” poster for “Ray Camp and his Rockabilly Rebels”

One album cover for Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns

Four 14” x 11” sketches for album covers by Tibor Kalman

One small plastic crown

 

OVERSIZE ITEMS AND ARTIFACTS

705 Mapcase Drawer 15

Four 35” x 22” topographical maps: Presidio, Emory Peak, Marfa and Fort Stockton.

 

705 Mapcase Drawer 15

Assorted music posters and one Texas Book festival poster:

 

One 24” x 20” poster from Texas Parks & Wildlife with the saying “I support wildlife research”; depicts different native Texan wildlife species. (condition = fair)

 

One 36” x 13” Jazz Appreciation Month poster, April 2006 (condition = good)

 

One 40” x 10” poster for Fort Worth museums (condition = fair)

 

One 35” x 25” poster for Joe King Carrasco “Party Weekend” LP (condition = poor : water stains, torn corner, tattered edges)

 

One 30” x 20” poster for Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns “The Dago’s better with  Cuervo” (condition = poor: tears, water stains, tattered corners and edges)

 

One 30” x 20” color photograph of Kris Cummings taken by Danny Martinez June 29, 1984 in McAllen, Texas (condition = fair: some areas on the top of the photograph have white paper stuck to them)

 

One 25” x 20” Texas Book Festival poster from November 1996; poster contains a photograph of eighty-nine Texas authors inside the Texas Capitol.  Authors include JNP, Larry L. King, Elmer Kelton, Kinky Friedman, Dago Gilb,  John Graves and others (condition = fair: some staining on back and front along the edges)

 

One 24” x 20” red poster titled “La Marrana” (condition = fair: some water stains, creases, and warping is visible)

 

One 23” x 17” poster titled “Manos Maestras de un Pueblo Artesania Mexicana” (condition = fair: some tears along the edges, some staining)

 

One 23” x 15 ½” red poster of Joe King Carrasco (condition = fair: some small tears along edge and several creases)

 

One 22” x 14” poster of Sammy and the Fabulous Erections (condition = poor: substantial water damage)

 

One 22” x 14” poster of Rodeo/Don Robey Rides Ropes (condition = fair: some staining and tattered edges)

 

One 20” x 11” 1995 single sheet calendar from Merengazo Records featuring various Latino recording artists (condition = fair)

 

One 17” x 11” exhibit poster for Austin Poster Art of the 70’s shown at the Skagen Brakhage Studios in Austin (condition = fair: some staining)

 

One 14” x 9” poster of Reverend G.O.A.T (condition = good)

 

One 17” x 11” poster for An Evening of Gospel, featuring several different groups/acts performing at the Paramount Theater (condition = good)

 

One 22” x 14” poster for the 1st Anniversary Celebration at Antone’s featuring Clifton Chenier (condition = fair)

 

One 22” x 14” poster “Calling All Blues” from the Bluebird Night Club (condition = fair: water stains)

 

Second 22” x 14” poster “Calling All Blues” from the Bluebird Night Club (condition = poor: substantial water damage)

 

One 22” x 14” poster for “Mr. Motion” and T. V. Owens (condition = poor: substantial water damage)

 

One 22” x 14” poster for Clifton Chenier with handwritten time and date (condition = poor: substantial water damage)

 

One 20” x 14” poster for George Jones, signed by Jones (condition = fair: with some water damage)

One calendar “Major League Baseball Stadiums” sixteen month calendar for 1998-1999 (condition = good)

 

One dust jacket for Big Bend National Park (condition = fair: some creases)

 

Color page proofs for “What Would Donald Judd Do?, article by JNP in Texas Monthly (condition = good)

 

ARTIFACT: one 22” x 18” frame with matt and photograph of JNP with the title “Joe Nick Goes Hollywood” (condition = fair: some stains)

 

The following 45 rpm’s were placed in the backlog:

“The Hard Way” by Richard Dobson

“Give a Little More Time” by Randy Banks

“Tonight” by The Take

“Dinero” by Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns (two copies)

“Mine, mine, mind” by Roky Erickson and the Aliens

“Mañana” by Joe King Carrasco  & the Crowns (two copies)

“Don’t Let a Woman” ” by Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns

“Party Weekend” ” by Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns

“Pigtail Rag” by Shawn Siegel & the Originals

“One Way Ticket” by Eddie Bond

“West Texas Squeezebox Boogie!” by Ponty Bone

“Starry Eyes” by Roky Ericson

“Plastic Surgeon” by The Amatones

“Merci, Baby, Merci” by Dan Del Santo

“Y si al final” by Mary Maria

“I Saw Her Standing There” by The Beatles

“Love Me Do” by The Beatles

“She Loves You” by The Beatles

“Thank You Girl” by The Beatles

“Please Please Me” by The Beatles

“Soy Chicano” by Flaco Jimenez y Su Conjunto

“Walk it Like You Talk It” by Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns

“Christmas Songs” with Lalo Guerrero

“The Blues Roll On” by Jim Bo with M. K. D.s

“Tuff Enuff” by Joe King Carrasco & the Crowns

“T-Bone’s Back” by T-Bone Walker

“El Tiquetito” by Wally Gonzales

“Cuatro Espadas” by Conjunto Cuarto Espadas

“Vaya Con Dios” by Freddy Fender

“Homenaje a Freddy Fender” by ????

“La Muerte De Fred Gomez Carrasco” by Los Socios de San Antonio

“Faded Love” by Tommy Hancock

“Texas Oil” by Freddy King

“Baby You Know How I Love You” by Wild Man Ray Liberto

“Te He De Amar” by Los Chachos

“Teenage Boogie” by Ray Campi and his Rockabilly Rebels

“I Cry Every Night” by Alvin Crow

“Cumbiando” by the Mexican Revolution de Ruben Ramos

“Canot al Pueblo” by Esteban Jordan

“Tender Years” by Tommy McLain

“Adios Eva Garza” by Los Conquistadores (two copies)

“El Sumbidito” by Steve Jordan

“The Original Hey! Baby” by Bruce Channel

“Mine Mine Mind” by Roky Erickson

“Roll Over Beethoven” by The Thirteenth Floor Elevators

“My Screamin’ Screamin’ Mimi!” by Ray Campi

“Downtown San Antonio” by ?????

“San Antonio Rose” by Bob Wills (?)

“If You Really Want Me to I’ll Go” by Doug Sahm

“No Quiero Saber Nada” by Snowball & Tacho Rivera

“You Used Me” by Amos Milburn Jr.

“Ahora Que Te Fuiste” by Lisa Lopez

“Buenas Noches Mi Amor” by Noe Pro

“????? Escondido” by Flaco Jimenez

“Bacon Fat” by Sir Douglas Quintet

“Nitty Gritty” by Sir Douglas Quintet

“Is There Something On Your Mind” by Willie Nelson

“La Paloma” by Gil Baca

“Don’t Let Go” by Bruce Channel

“Play It Cool” by Ray Campi

“Found Me a New Love” by Lord August

“Happy Music” by Paul

“All I Want is You” by Pic & Bill  

“Con Nada Me Pagas” by Napoleon Colombo

“No Tenga la Culpa” by Roberto Pulido

“Ride in the Rodeo” by Keith Adams

“El San Antonio” by Pedrito Morales

“Oh Marie” by Sonny Ace & The Twisters

“There’s Still a Lot of Love in San Antone” by Darrell McCall

“For the First Time” by Denny Ezba

“You Don’t Mean to Make Me Cry” by Vern Pullens

“Linda Lou” by the Sunglows

“Wooly Bully” by Sir Douglas Quintet

“Hey Paula” by Major’s Minors

“Down the Pike” by Doug Sahm

“Loverboy” by Denny Ezba

“Tore Up” by Ray Campi

“Amor Bonito” by Ramona Elia

“Tell Me” by El Molino

“….Up the Road” by Bobby “Blue” Bland

“Eso Se Hincha” by Winfredo Figueroa”

“Beer Barrel Herrgards” by Brave Combo

“Rat Race” by The Rat Race Kid

“Tourist in the Heartland” by Little Imo

“No Toquen Ya” by Freddy Fender

“Indita Mia” by Los Del Bajio

“El Silencio” by Conjunto 4 Espadas

“The Doo-It” by The Storm

“Going Out With the Tide” by Freddy Fender & Tommy McLain

“Lawd, I’m Just a Country Boy….” By Sir Douglas Quintet

“Shake it, Don’t Break It” by Clifton Chenier

“Wild Side of Life” by Freddy Fender

“Tell Me” by The Molino

“Cajita de Oro” by Los Jovenes

“Bitter They Are” by Carol Meyer

“Back It Up to Brackettville” by Ray Campi

“El Narco Traficante” by Los Cadetes de Linares

“Este Noche la paso Contigo” by Carlos de Cordova

“You Can’t Stop this Rocking and Rolling” by Ivory Joe Hunter

“Got to Get Up – Git Out” by Turning Point

“Memories” by Augie Meyers & the Western Head Band

“Tired to Hide” by the Thirteenth Floor Elevators

“Just a Moment” by Sunny and the Sun-glows

“Pedacito” by Los Cardos (?)

“Don’t Let a Woman (make a fool of you) by Joe “King” Carrasco y las Coronas

“A Mi Amor” by Jesse A. Gongora

“Unbound” by Lucky Tomblin

“San Antonio Rose” by Major Bill Smith & Dean Curtis

“Push Button” by Dial Tones

“Waiting for Your Love” by Freddy Fender

“Country Grove” by Doug Sahm

“Wedding Bells” by Augie Meyer

“Margarita” by Los Polkeros

“La Viuda Matrera”  by Flaco Jimenez

“Last Night” by Bobby “Blue” Bland

“Out of Sight, Out of Mind” by Sunny & the Sunliners

“You’ve Got Bad Intentions” by Bobby “Blue” Bland

“La Bamba” by Steve Jordan

“Everybody’s Always Putting Me Down” by Lord Augusta and the Visions of Life

“You’re Gonna Miss Me” by The Thirteenth Floor Elevators

“Rocking at the Ritz” by Ray Campi

 

 

Accession 2007-174

 

One hundred eighty records added to the backlog.

 

The following LP’s have their original album covers:

George Jones – White Lightnin’   33 1/3 rpm

Up Wilson – ‘On My Way’

Pappy Meaux – True Cajun Blues

The Border (music from the movie soundtrack, music by Ry Cooder)

The Ornette Coleman Trio – at the “Golden Circle” at Stockholm vol. one

T-Bone Walker – Classics of Modern Blues [two record set]

T-Bone Walker – His original 1945-1950 performances

T-Bone Walker – Very Rare [two copies, one with original cover, one without]

Count Basie and his Orchestra – Broadway Basie’s Way

Pioneers of Cajun Accordion 1926-1936

Lester Bangs and the Delinquents – Took Savages on the Brazos

Jammin’ with J. R. and Friends

Erik Hokkanen and the Offbeats

Rockabilly Psychosis and the Garage Disease

Houston Hallucinations

Ten from Texas – Heard it Through the Grapevine

The Legendary Stardust Cowboy – Rock-it to Stardom

Dino Lee – the King of White Trash

The LeRoi Brothers – Check this Action

The LeRoi Brothers – Heart of Texas

Fito Olivares y Su Grupo – La Negra Catalina

Robert Johnson  - The Complete Recordings

Santiago Jimenez con Flaco Jimenez y Juan Viesca

Flaco y Santiago Jimenez Jr. – El Rey y El Principe De La Musica Norteña

Doug Sahm & Augie Meyer present Flaco Jimenez y su conjunto – “Tex-Mex        Breakdown”

Flaco Jimenez – El Sonido de San Antonio

Flaco Jimenez – Ay Te Dejo En San Antonio

Flaco Jimenez – Flaco’s Amigos

Little Joe y La Familia – Para La Gente

Lightnin’ Hopkins – Lightnin’ Strikes

Buddy Holly – The Nashville Sessions

Buddy Holly – Live

Buddy Holly and Bob Montgomery – Western and Bop

Buddy Holly/The Crickets – 20 Golden Hits(Buddy Holly Lives)

Merle Haggard – A Tribute to the Best Damn Fiddle Player in the World (or My Salute

                  To Bob Wills)

Butch Hancock – West Texas Waltzes & Dust-blown Tractor Tunes

Texas-Mexican Border Music Vol. 4

Six Pack Vol. 1

The Earliest Mariachi Recordings 1906-1936

Buddy Holly – The Complete Buddy Holly (box set of 6 records plus a “Pictorial Account                 of his Life and Music” booklet)

Various Artists – Life Out There (two copies & includes a track by JNP y Los Dupa-kats)

Fito Olivares y Su Grupo – La Pura Sabrosura: Tocan sus grandes éxitos originales

Fito Olivares y Su Grupo – La Pura Sabrosura: Mi Caballito

Fito Olivares y Su Grupo – La Pura Sabrosura: Se nos pasó la mano en sabor

Doug Sahm – Juke Box Music

True Believers (two copies)

Back to the Dillo

Doug Sahm & The Sir Douglas Quintet – The Best of the Mercury Years

Doug Sahm & Augie Meyers – The “West Side” Rolls Again

Sir Douglas Quintet – Midnight Sun

Doug Sahm – Hell of a Spell

The Legendary Stardust Cowboy – Rock It To Stardom (autographed to JNP)

Steve Jordan – The Return of El Parche

Kimmie Rhodes – Man in the Moon

Johnny Reno and his Sax Maniacs – Born to Blow

Johnny Reno and his Sax Maniacs – Full Blown (two copies)

Joe King Carrasco with The Crowns – Bordertown (two copies)

Joe King Carrasco and The Crowns – mil gracias a todos nuestros amigos (three copies)

Joe King Carrasco and The Crowns – Party Safari (four copies)

Joe King Carrasco and The Crowns – Put Some Texas in Your Tank

Joe King Carrasco and El Molino – (four copies)

Joe King Carrasco y las coronas

Joe King Carrasco and The Crowns – Synapse Gap [Mundo Total] (two copies)

Joe King Carrasco and The Crowns – Weekend (three copies)

Joe King Carrasco – Viva San Antone (three copies

Juan Ramos – De Todo Como En Botica

Sir Douglas Quintet – Border Wave

Steve Jordan – Lo Mejor de Steve Jordan vol. 1

Sir Douglas Quintet – Rio Medina

True Believers – The Rain Won’t Help You When It’s Over

True Believers – Hard Road (promotional copy)

Ernest Tubb – The Legend and the Legacy Vol. One

Wake Up Dead Man: Black Convict Worksongs from Texas Prisons

The Mavericks – Music for All Occasions

Steve Jordan – That’s My Boy

Steve Jordan y Los Hermanos Jordan

Very Early Delbert McClinton with the Ron-Dels – “The Fort Worth Sound” (two copies)

Juvenile Junk by Maxwell (autographed and inscribed to JNP)

Mance Lipscomb – Texas Sharecropper and Songster

Texas-Mexican Border Music Vol. 10 -  Narciso Martinez

Texas-Mexican Border Music Vol. 16 – Lydia Mendoza Part 2: Early Recordings from

                  The 1930’s

Steve Jordan – “El Corrido de Jhonny el Pachuco”

 

The following records were not in their original covers but in plain white or “promotional copy only” covers and titles were hand written-

George Jones

Johnny Winter – Austin, Texas

Sir Douglas Quintet – 1+1+1=4

Lightnin Hopkins (Arhoolie)

Flaco Jimenez (Arhoolie)

Flaco Jimenez – El Rey de Texas

Joe King Carrasco (promotional record with three songs from Party Weekend)

Def Squad – Countdown to the year 2000

Narciso Martinez – 1936-1937

The Chicano Experience

 

The following records were not in their original covers but in green paper sleeves-

George Jones – All Time Greatest Hits Vol. 1

The Golden Hits of George Jones

The Best of Sacred Music by George Jones

All of My Favorites by Hank Williams by George Jones

We Found Heaven Right Here at “4033” by George Jones

The Best of George Jones

George Jones – 16 Greatest Hits

Hittin’ the Road – Ernest Tubb and his Texas Troubadours

Ray Campi & His Rockabilly Rebels – Born to Rock

Joe Patek and Orchestra – Shiner Gold

Johnnie Lee Wills and His Boys – Dance All Night

T-bone Walker – Stormy Monday Blues

Leadbelly – includes legendary performances never before released

Brother Al Stricklin Now

Robert Johnson – King of the Blues Singers (Thesaurus of Classic Jazz)

Little Joe and the Latinaires – Chicanos Can Do It

Robert Shaw – Texas Barrelhouse Piano

Best of Bob Wills

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – The Tiffany Transcriptions

Texas Guitar – From Dallas To L.A. Blues Originals vol. 3

Texas Country – Willie Nelson, Freddy Fender, Asleep at the Wheel and Bob Wills and

                  his Texas Playboys (two record set)

The Hits and Misses of Major Bill Smith

The Bob Wills Anthology

The Sir Douglas Band – Texas Tornado

Johnny Winter – Early Winter

Western Swing Along with Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys

Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys – For the Last Time (three record set)

Sunny & the Sunliners (You Send Me)

Doug Sahm (Just a Moment)

The Very Best of Roy Orbison

Roy Orbison – The Original Sound

Shivas Headband – Take Me to the Mountains

Sir Douglas Quintet – The Return of Doug Saldana

Sir Douglas Quintet – Honky Blues

Sir Douglas Quintet – Together After Five

Doug Sahm and Band

Doug Sahm Tex Mex Trip – Groover’s Paradis

Sir Doug and the Texas Tornados – Texas Rock for Country Rollers

Augie Meyers and the Western Head Band – Live at the Longneck

Augie Meyers – You Ain’t Rollin’ Your Roll Rite

Augie Meyer – Augie’s Western Head Music Co.

Delbert McClinton – Genuine Cowhide

Delbert McClinton – Victim of Life’s Circumstances

Delbert McClinton – Second Wind

Delbert McClinton – Love Rustler

Delbert & Glen – Clean

Steve Jordan – Soy de Tejas

Janis Joplin – Early Performances

Little Joe and the Latinaires – Que Bruto

Willie Nelson – Shotgun Willie

Willie Nelson – Red-Headed Stranger

Willie Nelson – Phases and Stages

The Buddy Holly Story (Demonstration not for sale)

Janis – soundtrack from the motion picture (Demonstration not for sale)

Willie Nelson – Live

Willie Nelson – To Lefty from Willie (Demonstration not for sale)

Willie Nelson – Sweet Memories

Willie Nelson – Trouble Maker

Willie Nelson and Leon Russell – One for the Road (two record set- demonstration not

                  for sale)

Willie Nelson – Face of a Fighter

Willie Nelson – Pretty Paper

Willie Nelson – The Sound in Your Mind

Willie Nelson – Yesterday’s Wine

Willie Nelson – Stardust

Willie Nelson – Country Willie

Willie Nelson – Willie and Family Live (two record set - demonstration not for sale)

Willie Nelson – Willie/Before His Time

Willie Nelson – Country Winners

Willie Nelson Sings Kristofferson (demonstration not for sale)

Butch Hancock – The Wind’s Dominion (two record set)

Los Bravos Del Norte de Ramon Ayala – No Quiero Que Te Vas (45 record)

Joe King Carrasco and the Crowns – Bueno  (78 record)

 

 

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Accession 2008-069

 

Material donated relates to Willie Nelson: An Epic Life by Joe Nick Patoski and includes page and galley proofs, numerous computer disks, and over a dozen CD-Rs. (The book was also donated, accessioned separately, and previously added to the backlog).

 

Box 1024 folder 1

Willie Nelson manuscript draft with revisions (part 1 of 2)

 

Box 1024 folder 2

Willie Nelson manuscript draft with revisions (part 2 of 2)

 

Box 1024 folder 3

One CD Peace by Willie Nelson and the following CD’Rs-

“JNP various docs 2006”

“Files 7-19-07”

“W Files 6/29/07”

“Willie various 7/06”

“Willie notes Shrake transc. 8/18/06”

“Jan 29, 2007”

“Willie notes Shrake transc. 7/25/06”

“Willie files July 7 06”

“Tex-Mex conjunto”

“Willie back-up 12-27-06”

“7/19/07 files”

“Master files 6/29/07”

“Nov 19 Jan 2 2007”

 

Box 1024 folder 4

Page proofs of Willie Nelson dated January 22, 2008

 

Box 1024 folder 5

Advanced page proofs with revisions in red ink of Willie Nelson

 

Box 1024 folder 6

Photocopy of pages 325 to 894 of manuscript with corrections of Willie Nelson

 

Box 1024-A

Fifty-two Recordable MD 80 mini disks (one is still unopened) which hold interviews Patoski conducted while researching Willie Nelson

One Sony Net MD walkman recorder with userbook, software, USB cable, and headphones

 

 

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Accession 2008-137

 

Material donated consists primarily of research for Patoski’s biography on Willie Nelson and items from the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, Texas.

 

Box # 1045

One VHS tape “Where the Music Began” starring Willie Nelson

DVD “Family Bible with Willie Nelson and Sister Bobbie (two copies)

DVD “Ernest Tubb 1960’s TV shows volume 1”

The Nashville “Sidekick” had the World by the Tail paperback book by Frank Oakley

with Patsi Bale Cox and Virginia Robicheaux

Willie Nelson with Mike Blakely A Tale out of Luck paperback book

Willie Nelson with Bud Shrake Willie An Autobiography paperback book

April 2008 issue of American Way magazine by American Airlines

Fall 2006 and Spring 2008 issues of Texas Music, both include music CD

January-February 2008 issue of No Depression magazine

May 2008 issue of Texas Co-Op Power magazine

Spring 2005 issue of The Journal of Texas Music History

May 1, 2008 issue of Rolling Stone magazine

Two empty water bottles (one with cap) of “Willie Nelson Spring Water”

One Texas Monthly matchbook notepad with back cover featuring Willie Nelson

Three name tags, one for Diane for Willie’s Picnic 2006 and one for Heidi for Willie

Nelson in concert at Texas Roadhouse, and one media tag for 4th of July 2006

One Willie Nelson Texas Roadhouse red bandana with braids

 

Box # 1046

Forty-four computer disks removed from an envelope from Cara Eisenpress; titles follow

Chuck Jennings 7-9-07

Tim O’Connon Part I  2-28-07

Tim O’Connon Part 2  2-28-07

Kenny Koepke 6/14/07

Jimmy Herrington 6//07

Gates Moore 5/21/07

Bee Spears 4/19/07

LG, Bobby Lemok Turin’ Tom 4/19/07

Jim Haber 11/29/06

Johnny Bush 11/20/2006

Bobby Earl Smith 11/18/06; Randy Moore 11/18/06

Hank Cochra 1

Hank Cochra 2

Bruton

Jerry Wexler Nck Hunter Oct 2006

Jerry Wexler Oct 2006

Delbert McClinton 9/23/06

Kimmie Rhodes Round Two 1-3-06

Billy English 4/18/07

Jody Payne 4-18-07 40 min

Sylvie on Uke WN in concert 4-18-07

Mickey Raphael 4/16/07

Paul English Pt. 2

Paul English 3/16/07

Connie Nelson Dec 15, 2006

Phil York 12-4-06

Donald Reed Jackie Clements Fayenell Brown Clements Joyce Clements Reed 12-3-06

Poodie Loche Waley Selmon 12-19-06

Joe Gracey Kimmie Rhodes 12-19-06

Connie Nelson 2 Dec 15, 2006

Mickey Raphael 9-19-07 No Depression MVP

One unmarked disk

The following titles were in the same container:

Evelyn Shriver 9-12-06

Frankie Miller Fram Weatherholt

Jimmy C Newman 9-9 Nick Hunter 9-11-06

Los Lonely Boys 4/21/05 (? Or 08?)

The following titles were in the same container:

Ronald Greer 9-13-06 Ridgetop Tour Jerry Bradley 9-14-06

Chet Flypo 9-11-06

Ray Price Johnny Gimble Charlie Owen 7/18-21/06

Charlie Owens Pt 2 7/21/06

The following titles were in the same container:

Bobby Arnold 1-10-07

Herb Steiner 1-10-07

Larry Butler 2-9-07

Leona Williams Reshen Oct 2006

The following CD-R’s were removed from an envelope from Gerald Wexler:

J. W. Intv w Nick Spitzer 2/20/05 unedited

J. W. Intr w Nick Spitzer 4/25/05 #2 unedited

Blues Lecture J. W. 1999

BBC Intrv Dusty Springfield 2006 unedited

The Pyramids Memphis 2003 Sam Phillips Memorial Tribute

“The Men who Made the Music” 1996 Sam Phillips, Rick Hall, Duddy Kelley, Jerry

Wexler

DVD “CMT Greatest Moments: Willie Nelson

DVD Willie Nelson Bio produced by the TH Entertainment, LLC

One CD-R not labeled

CD-R “Willie Doc”

CD-R “Willie/Audio/Nexis”

CD-R “Oct 21, 2005”

CD-R “Oral History Lawton Memories Carl Cooper Disc 1 of 2;  3 trks. Willie reference

@16:30”

CD-R “Joe Carson ‘Cowtown Jamboree’ 1-9: selections from the show”

CD “Willie Nelson An Epic Life” produced by Denny Somach Productions (three copies);

contains radio show about Nelson, commentary by Joe Nick Patoski

CD “I Let the Stars Get in My Eyes” by Goldie Hill

CD “The Bear Family Release 2002” by Joe Carson

CD “Now Appearing” by Bobby Gibson (new, unopened)

CD “Christmas Guitar” played by Bobby Gibson (new, unopened)

 

Box # 1047 folder 1

Newspaper clippings, most relating to Patoski’s Nelson biography

 

Box # 1047 folder 2

Correspondence, including emails, relating to book; mainly dated in 2007

 

Box # 1047 folder 3

Partial manuscript of book; part 1 of 2

 

Box # 1047 folder 4

Partial manuscript of book; part 2 of 2

 

Box # 1047 folder 5

Numerous notepads with handwritten notes (1 of 3)

 

Box # 1047 folder 6

Numerous notepads with handwritten notes (2 of 3)

 

Box # 1047 folder 7

Numerous notepads with handwritten notes (3 of 3)

 

Box # 1047 folder 8

Printed notes with handwritten notes

 

Box # 1047 folder 9

Newspaper clippings and small booklet relating to Patoski’s Nelson biography

 

Box # 1047 folder 10

Research materials, various photocopies and notes

 

Box # 1047 folder 11

Research materials, various photocopies and notes

 

Box # 1047 folder 12

Research materials, various photocopies and notes

 

Box # 1047 folder 13

Research materials, various photocopies and notes

 

 

Box # 1047 folder 14

Miscellaneous brochures, maps, and other

 

Box # 1047 folder 15

Program and other material from the Aetheria event

 

Box # 1047 folder 16

Texas Author cards, April 5-6 event, includes one of Joe Nick Patoski

 

Box # 1047 folder 17

Newsletters and magazines

 

Box # 1047 folder 18

Phonebooks for Hillsboro and Itasca, Hill & Bosque Counties

 

Box # 1047 folder 19

Press releases for Lost Highway Music and Icehouse Music

 

Box # 1048 folder 1

Canvas tote bag from the 2008 SXSW “British Music Embassy”

 

Box # 1048 folder 2

Material from the SXSW bag includes promotional items such as brochures, flyers, magazines, playing cards, etc

 

Box # 1048 folder 3

Promotional material continued; includes nametags

 

Box # 1048 folder 4

Promotional material continued; includes CD’s

 

Box # 1048 folder 5

Promotional material continued; includes magazines

 

Box # 1048 folder 6

Additional magazines

 

Box # 1048 folder 7

Canvas bag from the 2008 SXSW Interactive Festival Austin, Texas

 

Box # 1048 folder 8

Program guides for the 2008 SXSW Music Festival & Media Conference and the SXSW Interactive Festival Austin, Texas

 

Box # 1048 folder 9

Misc promotional materials – such as CD’s, flyers, brochures, pamphlets, booklets, etc

 

Box # 1048 folder 10

Misc promotional material; includes CDs, one DVD, and Microsoft “Expression”

 

Box # 1048 folder 11

Promotional material continued and includes buttons, playing cards, bottle opener, matchbook, tin, lanyards, and guitar picks

 

Box # 1048 folder 12

Program guide for the 2008 Film Conference and Festival and promotional material continued – magazines

 

Oversize Box # 1049

Phonebook for Waco and various newspapers, including many of The Austin Chronicle, with articles relating to Willie Nelson, the Patoski book, and the SXSW Festival

 

 

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Accession 2009-017

 

Donated material contains the copy edited manuscript and galley proofs for Patoski’s biography on Willie Nelson, correspondence, various travel information including maps and brochures, and numerous music CDs.

 

Box 1093 folder 1

Original copyedited manuscript Willie Nelson [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 2

Original copyedited manuscript Willie Nelson [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 3

Page proofs of Willie Nelson [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 4

Page proofs of Willie Nelson [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 5

Photocopies of newspaper clippings and a compact disc relating to a bank scandal and Jack Hubbard and Burton Ellis

 

Box 1093 folder 6

Assorted travel brochures and maps

 

Box 1093 folder 7

Materials related to the book Willie Nelson; includes reviews and book signing flyers

 

Box 1093 folder 8

Assorted correspondence [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 9

Assorted correspondence [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1093 folder 10

Information on the Big Bend area, the Nature Conservancy, the Davis and Christmas Mountains and other environmental issues

 

Box 1093 folder 11

Invitations, flyers, and other information on various musical and artistic programs and events

 

Box 1094 folder 1

Various newspaper clippings and other photocopied material

 

Box 1094 folder 2

“Doug Moon articles”

 

Box 1094 folder 3

Manuscript “Geezinlaws World Tour”

 

Box 1094 folder 4

Misc – includes handwritten pages, information on Pete Seeger, and the Board of Governors of the Recording Academy

 

Box 1094 folder 5

New record/cd releases and promotional flyers [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1094 folder 6

New record/cd releases and promotional flyers [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1094 folder 7

Small black photo album and ten additional color photos

 

Box 1094 folder 8

13” x 9 ½” framed award for An Epic Life from the Fort Worth Weekly “Best of 2008 Critic’s Choice Book from a Local Author”

 

Box 1094 folder 9

2008 Blue Rock Review, 2008 Fall/Winter University of Texas Press catalog, 2008 Arkansas Tour Guide, and The Beer Guide edited by Josh Oakes

 

Box 1094 folder 10

Two bound copies of the uncorrected advance proof of An Epic Life

 

Box 1094 folder 11

The Land Report: The Magazine of the American Landowner – issues include May 2007, August 2007 (two copies), September 2007, October 2007, and Summer 2008

 

Box 1094 folder 12

Texas Co-Op Power Magazine - five copies of the May 2008 issue featuring an excerpt from An Epic Life and November 2007 issue; The Texas Observer February 8, 2008 issue

 

Box 1094 folder 13

2007 California State Visitor’s Guide, Summer 2007 Mendocino Travelers’ Guide, Hot Springs Vacation Guide, and the July/August 2007 issue of Golf Connoisseur

 

Box 1094 folder 14

Manuscript of Texas Blues by Alan Governar; includes a CD with sample pages

 

Box 1094 folder 15

Information on the LCRA (Lower Colorado River Authority) and includes a CD for new board members

 

Box 1094 folder 16

Notes, correspondence, and some travel brochures

 

Box 1095 folder 1

Grammy Awards material and record/cd press releases and promotional flyers

 

Box 1095 folder 2

Reviews, correspondence, and bookmarks all related to Patoski’s writing, especially An Epic Life

 

Box 1095 folder 3

Assorted correspondence

 

Box 1095 folder 4

“Current Research 2006-2007” from the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Institute, June 2007 issue of The Journal of Texas Music History, and the Fall 2006 and Winter 2008 issues of Desert Candle

 

Box 1095 folder 5

Midland reporter-Telegram Sunday October 29, 2006 (front section); The Onion July 19, 2007; North Bay Bohemian July 18-24, 2007; Guardian July 18-24, 2007

 

Box 1095 folder 6 (the following contain reviews of An Epic Life or articles by Patoski)

Pasatiempo August 15-21, 2008; San Antonio Express-News “SA Life” section June 8, 2008 (two copies); Journal Santa Fe August 11, 2008 (three copies of front section); New York Times Book Review June 1, 2008; “Spotlight” section from Kerrville Daily Times July 10, 2008

 

Box 1095 folder 7

Multiple Threadgill’s flyers for Patoski book signing party

 

Box 1095 folder 8

Numerous nametags and lanyards, baseball cards, Patoski “author” cards, bookmarks, and red bandana “Leopold Environmental Stewardship Award”

 

Box 1095 folder 9

Five CD-R’s with “various word docs”

 

Box 1095 folder 10

Sixteen CD-R’s – many are not clearly labeled and some may be music compact discs

 

Box 1095 folder 11

Ten CD’s containing radio shows featuring interviews with Patoski about Willie Nelson and the book

 

Box 1095 folder 12

Information from some of the music CD’s and an empty case with a note to Patoski

 

Box 1095 folder 13

Nine DVD’s relating to the 9/11 attacks and the movie V for Vendetta

one DVD with selected scenes from “American Masters Pete Seeger: Power of Song”, KLRU Austin PBS [complete show on DVD in backlog]

 

Box 1095

2008 calendar issued by the Edwards Aquifer Authority; some dates have writing

 

Oversize Box 1096

Page proofs of Texas Blues edited by Gary Hartman and Gregg Andrews; inscription reads “master 1st pages 1-29-08”

 

Oversize material – map case drawer 23

 

Five 36” x 24” posters for An Epic Life: Willie Nelson

 

One 31” x 23” poster on board for May 10th book signing Texas State History Museum An Epic Life: Willie Nelson

 

Twenty 17” x 11” flyers for June 8th book signing at Threadgills An Epic Life: Willie Nelson

 

One 17” x 11” flyer for November 15th book singing at Wimberley Community Center for An Epic Life: Willie Nelson

 

One 17” x 11” poster on board “Joe Nick Patoski Biography The Authors”

 

One 17” x 11” flyer for Way Out West Texas Book Festival August in Alpine Texas with JNP listed as one of the featured authors

 

One 29” x 23” poster for The Hill Country Authors Series November in Georgetown Texas featuring JNP for An Epic Life: Willie Nelson

 

Six 17” x 11” flyers for the 2009 “The Big Squeeze Accordion Throwdown” sponsored by the Texas Folk Life

 

One 19” x 13” poster of Mean Gene Kelton inscribed to JNP and signed by “Mean Gene” 11-9-07

 

One 24” x 18” poster “The Tiara” from the Beauty and the Book Club

 

One 36” x 24” poster from Texas Music History Unplugged, March 2001 SWT campus

 

The following items have been added to the backlog:

 

Texas Singer-Songwriters: An American Portrait traveling exhibit catalog of photographs by Gary Goldberg; in good condition

 

Willie Nelson song book with photographs; in good condition

 

Texas Landmark Cafes by June Naylor; small paperback book in good condition; published by the Great Texas Line Press, Fort Worth Texas

 

Water in a Dry and Thirsty Land: The First 50 Years of the Colorado River Municipal Water District by Joe Pickle in collaboration with Ross McSwain and edited by Carla Harrold; hard cover book with dust jacket is in good condition, published in 2000 by the Colorado River Municipal Water District

 

Alvin Wirtz: The Senator, LBJ, and LCRA by Ken Kesselus; hard cover book with dust jacket is in good condition, published in 2002 by Eakin Press, Austin Texas

 

Poetry of Yesterday and Today: Poems about People and History by Raul Garza; paper back book is in fair condition, is a Garza Publication, is inscribed to Joe Nick Patoski and signed by the author

 

The following CD’s have been added to the backlog:

“That Lonesome Song” by Jamey Johnson

compilation by Drive-Thru records

“Joyride” by Jennifer Hanson

“Where Am I Going?” by W. C. Clark and J. L. Harvey (three copies)

“Texas Music Minutes” with James Hinkle and Abby Goldstein

Filter Magazine’s “Showdown at Cedar Street”

“TexMix 2007 fall” by Texas Music magazine

“TexMix 2008 fall” by Texas Music magazine

“Holdin’ Our Own” by Jesse Dayton and Brennen Leigh

“Out of the Blue” by Clay McClinton

“I Love You Because” by Leona Williams

“Honorary Texan” by Leona Williams

“San Quentin’s First Lady” by Leona Williams

“Johnny Solinger” by Johnny Solinger

“Lost Highway” by Johnny Flynn

“Breakfast with the Beatles” by Deirdre O’Donoghue

“Country to the Bone” by Tommy Alverson

“How Freedom Sounds” by Red State Update

“Viva Terlingua! Nuevo!”

“Halloween” by Roky Erickson and the Explosives

“On the Jimmy Reed Highway” by Omar Kent Kykes and Jimmy Vaughn

“Daryl Holter”

“Mr. Redbud” by Wilbur Walton Jr.

“Loco Gringos” by Loco Gringos

“Matsuri-Japan Bash Party 2007”

 

The following DVD’s have been added to the backlog:

Selected scenes from “American Masters Pete Seeger: Power of Song”

“Texas Music Museum Texas Country Music Exhibit Concert” part 1

“Texas Music Museum Texas Country Music Exhibit Concert” part 2

“A Walk Across Big Bend”

“Studio X 2008”

“Charlie Dunn At Last”

“Shawn Phillips Living Contribution”

 

 

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Accession 2011-195

 

Material collected from Joe Nick Patoski’s filing cabinets include: memorabilia and promotions from the South by Southwest music and film festivals in Austin, Texas in 2009 and 2010; research material for the Texas High School Football exhibit; Texas conservation research and resources; Willie Nelson memorabilia; drafts; articles; promotional material and press releases for various musicians; correspondence; newspapers; magazines; and posters.

 

Box 1416 (1 of 5)

1416/1 SXSW- Austin Music Awards and Thank You letter from Stacey Wilhelm

1416/2 SXSW ’09- “Film Party Invites” and “Official Party” Promotions

1416/3 SXSW- Promotions and Schedules for SXSW [2009?]

1416/4 SXSW- Promotions and Schedules for SXSW and similar events [2009?]

1416/5 SXSW- Promotions and Schedules for SXSW [2009?]

1416/6-8 SXSW- Promotions and Schedules for SXSW 2010

1416/9 SXSW- Badges- SXSW Film Festival 2010. SXSW Platinum 2010 & 2011, and Canadian Blast

1416/10 SXSW- Canvas Tote- SXSW

1416/11 SXSW- Canvas Tote- SXSW Film 2009

1416/12 SXSW- Canvas Tote- SXSW Music 2009

1416/13 SXSW- Canvas Tote- SXSW Film 2010

1416/14 SXSW- Memorabilia- 2 Button Pins and 1 “Good For One Drink” token

1416/15 SXSW[?]- Memorabilia- Six key covers and a guitar pick

1416/16 Willie Nelson- Correspondence, Articles, Press Releases, Pictures

1416/17 Willie Nelson- 5 Guitar Picks and a “Willie’s Place” lanyard

1416/18 Selena Quintanilla article in Texas Monthly Magazine and Correspondence

1416/19 Black Bag with image of woman with a shotgun-Cult Classic Cinema on Turner Classic Movies

 

Box 1417 (2 of 5)

1417/1-2 Music- Bios and Event Announcements for Various Musicians

1417/3-5 Music Reviews-Various Artist Bios, Music Releases, Correspondence, and Related Materials

1417/6-7 Music Reviews-Various Artist Bios, Music Releases, Correspondence, and Related Materials

1417/8 Music Magazines- 2008- EQ, Bass Player, Guitar Player

1417/9 Film Magazines- 2009- Paste, Moving Pictures

1417/10 Music Magazines- 2009- Texas Music, Bass Player

1417/11 Music Magazines- 2009- Performing Songwriter, American Songwriter, Music Connection

1417/12 Music / Film Magazines- 2010- M Music & Musicians, Spin, XXL, Venuszine, Gear Guide, and Post

1417/13 Music / Film Magazines- 2010- Music Connection, American Songwriter, Paste, Filmmaker, and Scene

1417/14-15 Texas High School Football- Research

 

Box 1418 (3 of 5)

1418/1 Texas High School Football- Research, continued

1418/2 Texas High School Football- Texas Bandmasters Association 2010 Magazine

1418/3 Texas High School Football: More than the Game- by Joe Nick Patoski

1418/4 Texas High School Football- KVUE Interview Transcript, Interview with Patoski on July 25 & 30, 2011

1418/5 Texas High School Football- Exhibit- Docent Resource Packet and Program

1418/6 Texas High School Football- Bullock Museum Exhibit Loan Agreement

1418/7 Texas High School Coaches Association Key Chain and Medallion

1418/8 Photographs- Texas High School Football [?]

1418/9 Everlast Brand Cloth Boxing Wrappings

1418/10 Banner- Black and White, “Build Up Your Weaknesses Until They Become Your Strong Points”

1418/11 Sports Towel with Texas Flag Image

1418/12 World Series 2010 Catalog and Badge

1418/13 Personal Papers/Correspondence

1418/14 Class Letter from Patoski’s 6th Grade Class (1963) [Unknown if note within folder is related]

1418/15 Six CDs and a 2 GB USB Flash Drive

1418/16 Memorabilia- Shreveport-Bossier City, LA Mardi Gras Bash 2007 Beads

1418/17-18 Texas Conservation

1418/19 Research- Texas, Culture, Conservation, Big Bend, Texas Parks and Wildlife

1418/20 Way Out West: Texas Book Festival 2009

1418/21 World Championship Bar-B-Q Goat Cook Off- Newspaper and Wood Judge’s Plaque

1418/22 World Championship Bar-B-Q Goat Cook Off- Scoring Sheets and Judge’s Information

1418/23 World Championship Bar-B-Q Goat Cook Off- Wooden Judge’s Plaque 2010

1418/24 Promotional Cards for American Sabor and the Bob Bullock Museum, advertisement for the Bullock’s exhibit Texas Treasure, and business cards

1418/25 Summer Writing Retreat Instructor Packet- Sul Ross State University

1418/26 Quilting Adventures 2009 and 2010

 

Box 1419 (4 of 5)

1419/1 Annual Author Appreciation Gala- Duncanville Public Library, November 5, 2009

1419/2 Correspondence

1419/3 Personal / Research- various unorganized papers, includes correspondence, articles and notes

1419/4 Photographs of Patoski at Border’s, December 2005

1419/5-6 Handwritten Notes on Legal Pads

1419/7 Promotional Materials for Alpine Cowboys by DJ Stout

1419/8 Draft- The Art of Austin Rock, Chapter One: How the Poster Begat Texas

1419/9 Draft- Sammy Allred

1419/10-11 Draft by Other Author: The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology, 1981-2010, by            Austin    Powell and Doug Freeman

1419/12 Draft by Other Author: The Search for Blind Lemon by Jim Dickinson

1419/13 Draft by Other Author: The Search for Blind Lemon by Jim Dickinson, pages 1-99

1419/14 Draft by Other Author: Box for previous The Search for Blind Lemon

1419/15-16 Draft by Other Author: Around the Bend: The Love Song of a Texas Teacher by Pat Seawell

 

Box 1420 Oversize (5 of 5)

1420/1 Newspaper- Exclaim! Magazine- May 2008

1420/2 Newspaper- The Austin Chronicle- SXSW 2009 Film Issue, March 13, 2009

1420/3 Newspaper- Exclaim! Magazine- April 2009

1420/4 Newspaper- Austin 360- March 11, 2010

1420/5 Newspaper- The Austin Chronicle- March 12, 2010

1420/6 Newspaper- The Dallas Morning News- October 23, 2010

1420/7 Newspaper- Texas High School Football- Austin American-Statesman- July 31, 2011

1420/8 Newspaper- The Rockdale Reporter- March 5, 2009

1420/9 Newspaper- Willie Nelson- Fort Worth Weekly- January 7-13, 2009

1420/10 Newspaper- The Big Bend Sentinel- July 30, 2009

1420/11 Newspaper- Mean Gene Kelton’s Southern Fried 4th Picnic and Music Festival-July 4, 2009

1420/12 Newspaper- Fort Worth Star-Telegram- Fort Worth Click- March 6, 2009

1420/13 Newspaper- The Austin Chronicle- Front page cover only- March 20, 2009

1420/14 Magazine- Home Media Magazine- March 1-7, 2010

1420/15 Magazine- Fort Worth Weekly- September 24-30, 2008

1420/16 Poster- “The League” SXSW 2011

1420/17 Poster- SFA Sounds From Spain SXSW 2010

1420/18 Posters- “Author Joe Nick Patoski Writing About Texas and Texans for Four Decades”-Feb. 9

1420/19 Poster- “Legendary Songwriter Guy Clark at the Kessler Theater”- October 21

1420/20 Poster- Book Signing- Willie Nelson by Joe Nick Patoski- July 1 & 26, 2008

1420/21 Poster- “Way Out West Texas Book Festival”- July 31-August 1

 

 

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Accession 2011-200

 

Box 1343 folder 32

One DVD-R and one archival copy with thumbstick containing research and other material from Patoski’s book on Willie Nelson.

 

 

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Accession 2012-005

 

This collection consists of research material and memorabilia related to Joe Nick Patoski’s Texas High School Football exhibit previously on display at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum. Included in the collection are photographs, football programs, notes, articles, newspapers, audio/visual material, and memorabilia.

Box 1422 (1 of 4)

1422/1 Book-100 Years of Education: The Centennial History of Austin High SchooI,

             1980

1422/2 Book-Texas High School Football: More than the Game by Joe Nick Patoski

1422/3 A Conditions Assessment and Preservation Recommendations guide for the

            Blackwell School Alliance Board, August 2008

1422/4 Photographs of Football players, band members, cheerleaders/dancers-

                  photocopies 1910s-1950s

1422/5 Photographs-copies, print, and BK Magazine

1422/6 Football/Sports equipment catalogs and promotions

1422/7 Commemoration/Memory programs

1422/8 Various Promotions/Passes/Badges/Advertisements

1422/9                   Various Articles, Brochures, Printouts, and Notes

1422/10 Spiral bound notebook with various handwritten notes and drawings

1422/11 Magazine-Texas Co-op Power “The Mighty Mites: the Orphans Who Could,”

                  December 2009

1422/12 2010 NCA/NDA Coaches and Directors Manual

1422/13 National Cheerleaders Association 1990 and 2010 Spirits Books, 1989 Summer

            Camp Program, and November 2009 UIL State Marching Band Contest Program, San Antonio, TX

1422/14 Harlingen Cardinals and Hawks 2010, 2011 Football Program

1422/15 Football Programs, 2009-Thorndale Bulldogs, Trinity Trojans, LBJ Eagles

1422/16 Football Programs, 2009-2010-Permian Panthers, Canyon Lake Hawks,

               Smithson Valley Rangers, Westlake

1422/17 Football Programs, 2009-2010-Kirbyville, San Saba Armadillos v. Mason

              Punchers, Odessa High Bronchos, Highland Park v. Wylie

1422/18 Football Programs, 2009-2010- Westlake v. Madison, Southlake Carroll, Six

               Man Super Saturday, Wimberley Texans, New Deal, Wildcat

1422/19 Football Programs, 2010- Brownwood Lions, Nederland Bulldogs, Highland

                  Park v. Rockwall

 

Box 1423 (2 of 4)

1423/1 Football Programs, 2009-Judson Rockets, Madison Mavericks, Raiders v.

             Cardinals

1423/2 Football Programs, 2009-2010-Lake Travis Cavaliers v. Cedar Park, Hays

                  Rebel Football v. Manor

1423/3 T-Shirt-Buckeye Football We’re Ready…Are You? in black

1423/4 T-Shirt 6 Man Fan in blue

1423/5 SXSW Film 2001 tote bag with image of the Powerpuff Girls

 

Box 1424 (3 of 4) Audio/Visual and Memorabilia

VHS        

            3-17-92-Coach Ethridge/3-17-92 Bum Phillips Part I (5 photographs inserted in

               case)

                  3-17-92 Bum Phillips (cont’d)/3-30-92 EX-Indians Roundtable 1936-41

CDs/DVDs

                  National Cheerleaders Association, 2010 NCA Summer Camp Curriculum

                  NCA/NDA Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship FSN Show 2

                  “Relentless” A 1939 Cinderella Story, by Rick Mize, Part 1, 2007 (2 copies)

                  Last Ole Blue Eyes, Joe Gracey, KOKE, (copies 1-3)  

                  Conversations-Joe Nick Patoski, KLRN

                  6 Man Heaven, 2010

                  Jugs Field General, 2009

Memorabilia

                  Eyeblack with Katy logo

                  Texas High School Coaches Association, 2009, Austin, Key chain with 4 keys

 

Box 1425 (4 of 4)

1425/1 Newspapers-Austin American Statesman, December 10, 2009, February 3, 2011

1425/2 Newspapers- Lubbock Avalanche Journal, October 17, 2009

1425/3 Newspapers-Stinnett’s 83rd Birthday Keepsake Edition, August 3-9, 2009,

                  Hutchinson County

1425/4 Newspapers-A Visitor’s Guide to Canadian, Texas 2010. The Canadian Record,

                  October 21, 2010

1425/5 Newspapers- The News Port Arthur, October 1-2, 2010, September 15-16, 2010

1425/6 Newspapers-A King-Size View, July 2010

1425 Red, white, and blue National Cheerleaders Association 1984 Spirit Stick,

         wood, 18”

 

Backlog

Hawthorne, Bobby. University Interscholastic League: An Illustrated History of 100 Years of Service

Patoski, Joe Nick. Texas High School Football: More than the Game