|1||–Bill Simmons||Rocky Mountain Blues|
Written-By – Bill Simmons
|2||–Bill Simmons And His California Cowboys||My California Home|
Written-By – Bill Simmons , Chuck Darling
|23603||Bill Simmons And His California Cowboys / Bill Simmons||Bill Simmons And His California Cowboys / Bill Simmons - My California Home / Rocky Mountain Blues (Shellac, 10")||Victor||23603||US||1931|
- Harmonica [Uncredited] – Chuck Darling (tracks: A)
- Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited], Yodeling – Bill Simmons
Side A: with additional accompaniment of fiddle and accordion by unknown artists. Credit role of guitar for Bill Simmons on side A is termed "possible" by Russell .
Both sides recorded 17 October 1930 in Hollywood, CA.
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co. Of Canada Limited
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