Bo Ratliff

Ratliff has also recorded under the name Jim Ratliff. His first record was a rockabilly record as Bo Ratliff and Country Kinfolk for rockabilly singer Clay Eager's Karl Records out of Springfield, Ohio in 1959. A year later, he released a record on O. Bo. Records which was a Hatfield-Ratliff Production. The song The Politician was listed on the record as being written by Bill and Bo (Bill Hatfield and Bo Ratliff). Ratliff recorded for CLW Records, which was distributed by Arrow Enterprises out of Indianapolis, Indiana. His release for Ma Be Records was out of Beech Grove, Indiana. His recordings on CLW Records, Arrow Records, and Ma Be Records were country releases. Another record was released by Rome Records. Ratliff wrote I Don't Care, Three Little Words I Love You, Just A Piece Of Paper, Dim Café, Do Your Thing, Who Do You Think You're Fooling, and Drunk On The Street. He co-wrote Give Them Guns with Jim Ward of Louisa, Kentucky, who also wrote Hey Hey Don't Tease Me. Jim Ward also produced the two CLW Records releases and the Ma Be Records single. Ward had his own publishing company called Jamward Publishing Company with BMI. Ward also wrote the songs Above All Else and I Found It which appear on Ratliff's 1998 album Wings Of Love. In 1968, he released a single Rum Dum/He Walked In on Sims Records. Rum Dum was written by Jerry Schook and He Walked In was written by Chuck Howard. Ratliff recorded this with The Jordanaires as his back up vocalists. In 2006 Ratliff,...

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