|A5||Viva La Fiesta–Part I|
|B3||Cross The Plains|
|B4||We Live To Love|
|B5||High Hill Country|
|B6||Viva La Fiesta–Part II|
|WP-1606||Travis Edmonson||Travis On Cue (LP, Album, Mono)||Horizon Records||WP-1606||US||1962|
|1606, A1002/B1002||Travis Edmonson||Travis On Cue (LP, Album)||Horizon Records , Horizon Records||1606, A1002/B1002||US||1962|
|VOY 9156, VOY.9156||Travis Edmonson||Travis On Cue (LP, Album)||Envoy, Envoy||VOY 9156, VOY.9156||UK||1966|
B5. High Hill Country. B6. Viva La Fiesta–Part II. Companies, etc. Duplicated By – International Tape Cartridge Corporation.
Recorded Live At The Troubadour. Matrix, Runout: A102. Travis On Cue (LP, Album). Horizon Records (8), Horizon Records (8). 1606, A1002/B1002. Travis On Cue "Live" (4-Trk, Album). Horizon Records (8). 12-2096.
Travis on Cue: Recorded Live at Troubadour.
Travis Edmonson (born in Long Beach, California, USA on 23 September 1932 – 9 May 2009) was an American folk singer, who performed both as a soloist and in the group Bud & Travis. Edmonson did not graduate from the University of Arizona, but he "became locally famous for serenading college girls" and met first his wife while studying there. In the early 1950s, Edmonson served in the United States Army, before beginning his musical career in San Francisco.
Travis Edmonson, Album. The Tucson Tapes: The Second Set. Advertisement. Other albums by Travis Edmonson. Such is the case with The Tucson Tapes: The Second Set, a live recording of Travis Edmonson captured in 1966. Edmonson had been part of the duo Bud & Travis between 1960-1965, and the two had gone their separate ways as the folk revival dissipated. Edmonson's smooth vocals and cocky self-assurance stand front and center on The Tucson Tapes. The arrangements, just a man and his guitar, are straightforward on 24 folk and pop standards, stretching from "Scotch and Soda" to "Greenback Dollar.
Travis on Cue (Horizon WP-1606, 1962); recorded live at The Troubadour. Travis on His Own (Reprise R9-6035, 1963); reissued in 1965 minus three cuts on Tradition TR-2074 as Travelin' with Travis. The Liar's Hour (Latigo 32286, 1975); with Bill Moore. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle (Katydid 10076, 1977); with Katie Lee, Earl Edmonson, and David Holt. The Tucson Tapes: The First Set (Folk Era 1460, 2001); recorded in 1966. The Tucson Tapes: The Second Set (Folk Era 1461, 2001); recorded in 1966. Live @ UC Santa Barbara 5/9/66 (Folk Era 1466, 2002); recorded in 1966