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Collection Number: 20376

Collection Title: Eugene Earle Collection, 1939-1980s

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Size 40.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 17,000 items)
Abstract Eugene Earle was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, in 1926. In addition to amassing a large collection of country and western, blues, and jazz sound recordings, he also became a discographer and a founder and president of the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF). Earle is also responsible for rediscovering and recording a number of country musicians, including Doc Watson, Jimmie Tarlton, and the Carolina Tarheels. The collection consists of recordings, films, images, and papers collected by Eugene Earle. The recordings consists of commercial and non-commercial transcription discs, audiocassettes, and open reel recordings documenting a wide array of radio programs and performers of blues, country music, jazz, old-time music, popular music, swing, and other types of music from 1939 through the early 1980s. One series of the collection is government-sponsored Army V-Discs and Navy V-Discs from World War II. These discs were issued, October 1943-May 1949, and feature material from a variety of sources, including special recording sessions, radio broadcasts, broadcast rehearsals, film soundtracks, and issued and unissued commercial recordings. Along with the Armed Forces Radio Service, the V-Disc group was a morale-building unit that addressed the need for current music by the troops overseas. As V-Discs were produced exclusively for use by military personnel and the many artists who volunteered to perform on the recordings were adamant about the discs not being commercially sold or used, many of the V-Disc metal pressing parts were destroyed by the United States Army. Consequently, the V-Discs that survived document performances by artists unavailable on any other recordings. Other transcription discs are of the Ralph Emery Show, which aired on WSM radio in Nashville, Tenn., 1971-1974, and showcased some of the leading country music performers of the day; the Lawrence Welk Show; and various government-sponsored radio shows, such as Country Roads, Navy Hoedown, Sounds of Solid Country, The Veterans Administration Presents Here's to Veterans, The United States Army Presents Country Express, The United States Air Force Presents Country Music Time, and Country Cookin'. Another series is comprised of open reel recordings, some documenting live performances of old time, country, and bluegrass musicians. They also include several private interviews with musicians. Other open reel recordings are dubbed copies of rare 78 rpm recordings, unreleased test recordings of early country and blues musicians, and transcription discs. There are also posters, audiocassettes, films, printed music, images, serials, papers relating to Earle's discographical and collecting activities, and promotional materials. Posters include full-sheet posters, half-sheet posters, and lobby cards for commercial feature-length motion pictures featuring country and western recording stars from the 1930s to the 1960s. Audiocassettes include commercial and non-commercial recordings of many early country, jazz, and Hawaiian musicians. Films consist of 16mm reels of early country and western artists and other topics. Printed music includes a number of song folios and sheet music, largely focused on Hawaiian and early country and western music, with a significant number of pre-1930 song sheets. Images consist of photographs, collectors' cards, and other images of country and western musicians and related subjects. Serials consist of journals and other publications pertaining to individual musicians, early radio stations, record collecting in general, fan clubs, and other topics. Papers relating to Earle's discographical and collecting activities include discographical research, tape logs, correspondence with record companies and other collectors, materials related to the John Edwards Memorial Foundation, record label catalogs, and extensive documentation of Earle's own vast record and research collection. Promotional materials include small flyers, picture cards, and other materials for commercial feature-length motion pictures featuring country and western recording stars from the 1930s to the 1960s. Performers significant in the collection appear as subject headings below.
Creator Earle, Eugene.
Language English German Norwegian Japanese
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Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Eugene Earle Collection #20376, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Eugene Earle of Nipomo, Calif., on 19 September 2003 (Acc. 99512).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Eugene Earle was born in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, on 2 November 1926. Earle's interest in country music began at age eleven. In addition to amassing a large collection of country and western, blues, and jazz sound recordings, he also became a dedicated discographer, as well as a founder and president of the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF).

During the mid-1950s, Earle began corresponding with other collectors and became acquainted with John Edwards of Australia. Edwards, one of the first collectors of early American country music and a pioneer of discographical research, encouraged Earle to begin his own research. This advice led Earle to create the first of many discographies related to American folk music, and a friendship was forged between the two collectors. After a fatal 1960 car accident that ended Edwards's life, his will provided that Earle be made executor of his collection and that it be housed in the United States.

With the help of Archie Green, Eugene Earle donated Edwards's collection to establish the John Edwards Memorial Foundation (JEMF), which aimed at furthering the study of American folk music of the 1920s-1940s. In addition to founding the JEMF, avid collecting, and extensive discographical research, Earle is also responsible for rediscovering and recording a number of country musicians, including Doc Watson, Jimmie Tarlton, and the Carolina Tarheels.

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The Eugene Earle Collection consists of commercial and non-commercial transcription discs documenting a wide array of radio programs and individual performers from 1939 through the early 1980s. A significant portion of the collection consists of Army V-Discs and Navy V-Discs from World War II. Other transcriptions include the Ralph Emery Show; the Lawrence Welk Show; and various government-sponsored radio shows, such as Country Roads, Navy Hoedown, Sounds of Solid Country, Here's to Veterans, Country Music Time, Country Cookin', and Country Express.

Government-sponsored V-Discs were issued from October 1943 to May 1949 and feature material from a variety of sources, including special recording sessions, radio broadcasts, broadcast rehearsals, film soundtracks, and both issued and unissued commercial recordings. Along with the Armed Forces Radio Service, the V-Disc group was a morale-building unit that addressed a need for current music by the troops overseas. As V-Discs were produced exclusively for use by military personnel and the many artists who volunteered to perform on the recordings were adamant about the discs not being commercially sold or used, many of the V-Disc metal pressing parts were destroyed by the United States Army. Consequently, the V-Discs that survived document performances by artists unavailable on any other recordings. Performers include Roy Acuff, the Andrew Sisters, Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Count Basie, Roy Eldridge, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Lionel Hampton, Coleman Hawkins, Billie Holiday, Louis Jordan, Jimmie Lunceford, Roy Rogers, Hazel Scott, Artie Shaw, Muggsy Spanier, Art Tatum, Fats Waller, and others.

The Ralph Emery Show aired on WSM radio in Nashville, Tenn., 1971-1974, and showcased some of the leading performers in country music during that time. Performers include Chet Atkins, Gene Autry, Glen Campbell, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Ferlin Husky, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Rose Maddox, Willie Nelson, Buck Owens, Dolly Parton, Johnny Paycheck, Charley Pride, Hank Thompson, Johnny Tillotson, Conway Twitty, Hank Williams Jr., Tammy Wynette, Faron Young, and others.

Many of the same performers represented in the Ralph Emery Show appear in Country Roads, Navy Hoedown, Sounds of Solid Country, and the Lawrence Welk Show. Additional performers include Patsy Cline, John Denver, Lefty Frizzell, Larry Gatlin, Emmylou Harris, Pee Wee King, Patti Page, Lou Rawls, Kenny Rogers, Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, and Kitty Wells.

Miscellaneous transcriptions represent radio programs such as Forward in Faith: Radio Voice of the Church of God; Armed Forces Records; Show of the Month: Treasury Department, U.S. Savings and Bonds Division ; Country Cookin'; Christmas Seal Campaign 1976 ; The Veterans Administration Presents "Here's to Veterans" ; The United States Army Presents Country Express; and The United States Air Force Presents Country Music Time. Additional performers include Les Baxter and His Orchestra, Pat Boone, Ruth Brown, Xavier Cugat, Anita Kerr, Eartha Kitt, Ella Mae Morse, the Ray Charles Singers, and others.

Open reel recordings document live performances by old time, country, Hawaiian, and bluegrass musicians. They also include several private interviews with musicians. Other open reel recordings are dubbed copies of rare 78 rpm recordings, unreleased test recordings of early country and blues musicians, and transcription discs.

The collection also includes posters, audiocassettes, films, printed music, images, serials, papers relating to Earle's discographical and collecting activities, promotional materials, and record label catalogs. The posters include full-sheet posters, half-sheet posters, and lobby cards for commercial feature-length motion pictures featuring country and western recording stars from the 1930s to the 1960s. The audiocassettes include commercial and non-commercial recordings of many early country, jazz, and Hawaiian musicians. The films consist of 16mm reels of early country and western artists and other topics. The printed music includes a number of song folios and sheet music; these are largely focused on Hawaiian and early country and western music. There are a significant number of song sheets from pre-1930 as well.

The images consist of photographs, collectors' cards, and other images of Hawaiian and country musicians and related subjects. The serials consist of journals and other publications pertaining to individual musicians, early radio stations, record collecting in general, fan club publications, and other topics. The papers consist of a variety of materials pertaining to Earle's discographical and collecting activities. These include discographical research, tape logs, correspondence with record companies and other collectors, materials related to the John Edwards Memorial Foundation, and extensive documentation of Earle's own vast record and research collection. Promotional materials include small flyers, picture cards, and other materials.The record label catalogs include catalogs issued by various record labels including Bluebird, Brunswick, Edison, Philips, Victor, and others, mostly from the 1920s through the 1950s.

Also included is a small collection of promotional materials (full-sheet posters, half-sheet posters and lobby cards) for commercial feature-length motion pictures featuring country and western recording stars from the 1930s to the 1960s, including Roy Acuff, Jimmie Davis, Ernest Tubb and Gene Autry.

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Contents list

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1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.
2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.
3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974.
4. Country Roads, 1979-1983.
5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976.
6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s.
7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s.
8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974.
9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964.
Addition of July 2009.
Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes.
Addition of July 2009: Open Reel Recordings.
Addition of July 2009: Films and Videos.
Addition of July 2009: Song Folios.
Addition of July 2009: Sheet Music , 1869-circa 1980.
Addition of July 2009: Method Books, 1917-1976.
Addition of July 2009: Photographs and Other Images.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials .
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Record Label Logs and Ledgers.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Numerical Catalogs and Other Lists.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Montgomery Ward Project.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Discographies.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Discographical Research.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Artist Files.
Addition of July 2009: Discographical Materials: Record Label Files.
Addition of July 2009: Record Collecting Materials.
Addition of July 2009: Record Collecting Materials: Earle's Personal Collection.
Addition of July 2009: Record Collecting Materials: Other Collectors.
Addition of July 2009: John Edwards Memorial Foundation.
Adddition of July 2009: Gerald Mills Tapes.
Addition of July 2009: Radio.
Addition of July 2009: Correspondence.
Addition of July 2009: Eugene Earle Personal Papers.
Addition of July 2009: Serials, 1923-1996.
Addition of July 2009: Scholarly Publications.
Addition of July 2009: Fan Club Publications.
Addition of July 2009: Clippings.
Addition of July 2009: Printed Materials and Other Papers.
Addition of July 2009: Notes to Sound Recordings.
Addition of July 2009: Record Label Catalogs.

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210 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by issue number.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1420

Army V-Disc 62: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1420

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "On the Mall,"  The Goldman Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "American Patrol," The Goldman Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1421

Army V-Disc 68. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1421

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Body and Soul," Hazel Scott.

Side Two:

2:1. "C Jam Blues," Hazel Scott and Sidney Catlett.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1422

Army V-Disc 78: Army Hit Kit Tunes. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1422

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Beer Barrel Polka,"  Will Glahe and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Beer Barrel Polka," Will Glahe and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Poker Party Polka,"  Curly Hicks and His Boys.

2:2. "Jinny Lind Polka," Curly Hicks and His Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1423

Army V-Disc 85. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1423

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "1-2-3-4 Jump," Red Norvo and His Overseas Spotlight Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "In a Mellow Tone," Red Norvo and His Overseas Spotlight Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1424

Army V-Disc 92: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1424

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Victor's March," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band.

1:2. "Our Jackies," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cheerio," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band.

2:2. "Bravura," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1425

Army V-Disc 93: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1425

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Onward, Brothers, March Still Onward,"  Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

1:2. "Dear Guardian of Mary," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

1:3. "Onward Christian Soldiers," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Church's One Foundation," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

2:2. "Stand Up, Stand Up, for Jesus" Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

2:3. "God of Our Fathers," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1426

Army V-Disc 94. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1426

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "For the First Time," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra: vocal by Vaughn Monroe.

Side Two:

2:1. "Jealous," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra: vocal by Vaughn Monroe.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1427

Army V-Disc 96. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1427

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Candlelight and Wine," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by Georgia Carroll and Harry Babbitt.

1:2. "Do it Again," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocal by Georgia Carroll.

Side Two:

2:1. "With My Head in the Clouds," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by the Quartette.

2:2. "Victory Polka," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by the Quartette.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1428

Army V-Disc 101: Army Hit Kit Tune. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1428

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "They're Either Too Young or Too Old," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra: vocal by Patti Powers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Making Whoopee," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra: vocal by Patti Powers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1429

Army V-Disc 102. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1429

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "My Buddy,"  Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: vocal by the Solidaires.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Dug a Ditch," Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: vocal by the Solidaires.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1430

Army V-Disc 105. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1430

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Rockin' Chair," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sunday, Monday or Always," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1431

Army V-Disc 106. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1431

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Rockin' and Ridin'," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1432

Army V-Disc 108. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1432

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I've Had This Feeling Before,"  Phil Brito, with Criss Cross and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Ideal," Phil Brito, with Criss Cross and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1433

Army V-Disc 109. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1433

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning!," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Buddy Moreno.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Sad Sack," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1434

Army V-Disc 120. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1434

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Dreamer," Johnny Long and His Orchestra: vocal by Gene Williams.

Side Two:

2:1. "Later Tonight," Johnny Long and His Orchestra: vocal by Gene Williams.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1435

Army V-Disc 125. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1435

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "As Time Goes By," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocals by the Nilson Twins.

1:2. "Barstool Cowboy from Old Barstow," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocal by Del Porter.

Side Two:

2:1. "Hotcha Cornia," Spike Jones and His City Slickers.

2:2. "Jungle Town," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocal by Del Porter.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1436

Army V-Disc 142. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1436

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Russian Dance," Mischa Elman with Leopold Mittman at the piano: composer, Tchaikovsky.

Side Two:

2:1. "Old Irish Song and Dance," Mischa Elman with Leopold Mittman at the piano.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1437

Army V-Disc 143. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1437

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "N.R.C. Jump," Red Norvo and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "920 Special," John Kirby and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Crossroads," John Kirby and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1438

Army V-Disc 145. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1438

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "1944 Nursery Rhymes," Carson Robison with His Orchestra.

1:2. "The Charms of the City Ain't for Me," Carson Robison and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Pins and Needles," Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1439

Army V-Disc 146. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1439

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "American Overture,"  Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Over the Rainbow,"  David Rose and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1440

Army V-Disc 147. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1440

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Two Wings," The Southern Sons.

1:2. "We'll Anchor Bye and Bye," The Southern Sons.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dem Golden Bells," The Southern Sons.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1441

Army V-Disc 167. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1441

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Trees," Nelson Eddy.

1:2. "Smilin' Through," Nelson Eddy.

Side Two:

2:1. "Goin' Home,"  John Charles Thomas.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1442

Army V-Disc 171. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1442

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Can't Get Stuff in Your Cuff," Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: featuring Quig Quigley on trumpet and vocal.

1:2. "I Said No," Candy (Two Voices) Candido with Ted Fiorito on the Piano.

Side Two:

2:1. "'Deed I Do," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1443

Army V-Disc 192. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1443

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Temptation," Artie Shaw and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Gal Sal," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra: vocal by the Martin Men.

2:2. "On the Banks of the Wabash," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra: vocal by Clyde Rogers, Stuart Wade, and the Martin Men.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1444

Army V-Disc 194: Medley of Andrews Sisters' Hits. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1444

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. Medley of Andrews Sisters' Hits.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sing a Tropical Song," Andrew Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Rhumboogie," Andrew Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1445

Army V-Disc 195. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1445

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Champ," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I'd Do Anything for You," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Hawaiian War Chant," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

2:2. "March of the Toys," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1446

Army V-Disc 198. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1446

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Nostalgia," David Rose and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Memories of You," David Rose and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time,"  Victor Young and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," Victor Young and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1447

Army V-Disc 199. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1447

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Smoke Rings,"  Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "A Lover's Lullaby," Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1448

Army V-Disc 202. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1448

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "More Than You Know," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano.

Side Two:

2:1. "Seven Come Eleven," Red Norvo and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1449

Army V-Disc 203. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1449

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Harmonica Boogie Woogie,"  Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas.

1:2. "Dark Eyes and El Choclo," Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas.

Side Two:

2:1. "Czardas," Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas.

2:2. "Carioca," Curtis Bay and His Coast Guard Philharmonicas.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1450

Army V-Disc 205. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1450

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "We'll Meet Again," The Ink Spots.

Side Two:

2:1. "Down by the Old Mill Steam," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Jumpin' at the Woodside," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1451

Army V-Disc 209. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1451

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I've Got You Under My Skin," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "In Times Like These," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

2:2. "South Side," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1452

Army V-Disc 211. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1452

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Lonesome Road," Muggsy Spanier and His Orchestra.

1:2. "That Da Da Strain," Muggsy Spanier and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tin Roof Blues," Eddie Condon and His Town Hall Jazz Orchestra.

2:2. "Ballin' the Jack," Eddie Condon and His Town Hall Jazz Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1453

Army V-Disc 212. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1453

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Take the A Train," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Sentimental Lady," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Flamingo," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1454

Army V-Disc 214. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1454

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "V-Disc Blues," Sydney Bechet and His New Orleans Feet Warmers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tiger Rag," Original Dixieland Jazz Band: featuring Brad Gowans, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Edwards, Frank Signorelli, and Tony Sbarbaro.

2:2. "Sensation,"  Original Dixieland Jazz Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1455

Army V-Disc 215. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1455

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Pale Moon," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Confessin' That I Love You," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Braggin'," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1456

Army V-Disc 216. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1456

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Piano Concerto in B Minor," Sgt. Eugene List, pianist, with Symphony Orchestra of the First Service Command.

Side Two:

2:1. "Piano Concerto in A Minor," Sgt. Eugene List, pianist, with Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1457

Army V-Disc 218. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1457

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Gulf Coast Blues," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Moon of Manakoora,"  Dorothy Lamour with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians.

2:2. "My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii," Dorothy Lamour with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1458

Army V-Disc 228. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1458

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Nocturne in F Sharp Major,"  Artur Rubinstein - Chopin.

Side Two:

2:1. "Ritual Fire Dance," Artur Rubinstein - De Falla.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1459

Army V-Disc 229. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1459

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Major and the Minor," Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Wonder Boogie," Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1460

Army V-Disc 231. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1460

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year,"  Eddie Howard and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "You're the Dream, I'm the Dreamer," Eddie Howard and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1461

Army V-Disc 239. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1461

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Leave Us Face It,"  Chuck Foster and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "She Don't Wanna," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Night Train to Memphis," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1462

Army V-Disc 241. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1462

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Amor," Bing Crosby.

1:2. "It Could Happen to You," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "Some Other Time," Frank Sinatra.

2:2. "Come Out Wherever You Are," Frank Sinatra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1463

Army V-Disc 243. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1463

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "It's Love, Love, Love,"  Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.

1:2. "Take it Easy," Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.

Side Two:

2:1. "Frankie and Johnny," Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians: vocal by Jimmy Brown.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1464

Army V-Disc 244. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1464

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Time Alone Will Tell," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Going My Way," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1465

Army V-Disc 249. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1465

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You're Some Pretty Doll,"  Pat Flowers.

1:2. "Abdullah," Pat Flowers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Someday Sweetheart," Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band.

2:2. "At the Jazz Band Ball," Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1466

Army V-Disc 251. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1466

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Meditation from Thais,"  Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano.

Side Two:

2:1. "Abenlied," Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano.

2:2. "Flight of the Bumble Bee," Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1467

Army V-Disc 252. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1467

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Mood to Be Wooed," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Little Brown Book," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1468

Army V-Disc 256. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1468

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Tu Nombre," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Carinoso," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Noche De Ronda," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1469

Army V-Disc 257. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1469

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Blue Flame," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Fur Trapper's Ball," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Down in the Valley," The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Straighten Up and Fly Right," The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1470

Army V-Disc 258. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1470

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Beaver Junction," Count Basie and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Kansas City Stride," Count Basie and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1471

Army V-Disc 259. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1471

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Rock it for Me," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra: vocal, Willie Smith and Ensemble.

1:2. "Wham," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "St. James Infirmary," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Geechee Joe," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1472

Army V-Disc 261. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1472

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Someday I'll Meet You Again,"   Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Billie Williams.

Side Two:

2:1. "Kentucky," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Nancy Norman.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1473

Army V-Disc 262. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1473

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Put Your Dreams Away for Another Day," Frank Sinatra.

1:2. "And Then You Kissed Me," Frank Sinatra.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'll Be Seeing You,"  Jo Stafford.

2:2. "Someone to Love," Jo Stafford.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1474

Army V-Disc 264. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1474

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Waltzing Matilda,"  Josh White.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Lass with the Delicate Air," Josh White.

2:2. "Blues in Berlin," Josh White.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1475

Army V-Disc 268. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1475

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I'll Remember April,"  Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Lazy River," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "There'll Be Some Changes Made," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1476

Army V-Disc 270. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1476

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "That Old Gang of Mine," Bobby Hackett and His Jam Band.

1:2. "After I Say I'm Sorry," Bobby Hackett and His Jam Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "After You've Gone," Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feet Warmers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1477

Army V-Disc 271. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1477

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Rustle of Spring," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Snowfall," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Pop Goes the Weasel," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1478

Army V-Disc 274. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1478

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Poor Butterfly," Benny Goodman Trio.

1:2. "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Benny Goodman Trio.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Get the Blues When it Rains,"  Lee Castle and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1479

Army V-Disc 277. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1479

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I'm in the Market for You," Harry James and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Sharp as a Tack," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,"  Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra: vocal, Kenny Sargent.

2:2. "My Wild Irish Rose," Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1480

Army V-Disc 278. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1480

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Go Down Moses,"  Irving Szathmary and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Old Kentucky Home," Irving Szathmary and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1481

Army V-Disc 279. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1481

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Drummer's Band," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Drum Boogie," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra: vocal, Anita O'Day.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cielito Lindo,"  Larry Clinton and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Sahara," Larry Clinton and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1482

Army V-Disc 283. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1482

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Great Lie," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Flip Lid,"  Les Brown and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1483

Army V-Disc 285. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1483

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Hot Lips,"  Henry Busse and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Wang Wang Blues," Henry Busse and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Artistry in Rhythm,"  Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Eager Beaver," Stan Kenton and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1484

Army V-Disc 286. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1484

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Trav'lin' Light,"  Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra: vocal, Billie Holiday.

Side Two:

2:1. "All for You,"  The King Cole Trio.

2:2. "I Can't See for Lookin'," The King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1485

Army V-Disc 288. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1485

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The First Noel," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra.

1:2. "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra.

1:3. "Silent Night, Holy Night," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Jingle Bells," The Band of the Training Command of the AAF: with greetings from Shirley Temple.

2:2. "White Christmas," The Band of the Training Command of the AAF.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1486

Army V-Disc 289. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1486

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Pretty Eyes," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Lunceford Special," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Circus in Rhythm," Count Basie and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1487

Army V-Disc 289. Duplicate of TR/12-67 #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1487

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1488

Army V-Disc 293. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1488

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Come Back to Sorrento," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Bishop's Blues," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Uptown Express," Lee Castle and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1489

Army V-Disc 294. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1489

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Uptown Blues," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Haunted Town," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra: vocal, Lena Horne.

Side Two:

2:1. "Traumerei," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Where Has My Little Dog Gone?," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1490

Army V-Disc 300. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1490

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "So Beats My Heart for You,"  Paul Weston and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I've Got You Under My Skin,"  Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Robin Hood,"  Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1491

Army V-Disc 303. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1491

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Janie," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Billy Williams.

1:2. "There is No Greater Love," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Just Kiddin' Around," Artie Shaw and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1492

Army V-Disc 315. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1492

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You Always Hurt the One You Love," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra: vocal, Jimmy Saunders.

1:2. "Just Friends," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1493

Army V-Disc 316. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1493

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles,"  June Hutton and the Pied Pipers.

1:2. "The Trolley Song,"  June Hutton and the Pied Pipers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Out of Nowhere," Paul Weston and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1494

Army V-Disc 322. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1494

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Melody in A," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Chicago," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "After You've Gone," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All-Star Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1495

Army V-Disc 324. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1495

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Which Switch Witch," Red Norvo and His Quintet.

1:2. "The Bass on the Barroom Floor," Red Norvo and His Quintet.

Side Two:

2:1. "Begin the Beguine,"  Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1496

Army V-Disc 332. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1496

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Very Thought of You," Gene Krupa and His New Orchestra: vocal, Lillian Lane.

Side Two:

2:1. "The White Star of Sigma Nu,"  Johnny Long and His Orchestra.

2:2. "In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town," Johnny Long and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1497

Army V-Disc 338. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1497

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I'm Making Believe," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Foo a Little Bally-hoo," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Summer Holiday,"  17 Skymen of the 718th AAF Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1498

Army V-Disc 343. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1498

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Three Little Messerschmitts,"  The United States Army Air Forces Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "American Doughboy," The United States Army Air Forces Band.

2:2. "There's Nothing in Front of the Infantry," The United States Army Air Forces Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1499

Army V-Disc 355. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1499

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Hop Skip Jump," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Main Stem," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "For Dancers Only," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

2:2. "White Heat," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1500

Army V-Disc 365. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1500

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Into Each Life," Ella Fitzgerald and the Ink Spots.

1:2. "It Don't Mean a Thing," Mills Brothers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Embraceable You," King Cole Trio.

2:2. "What is This Thing Called Love," King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1501

Army V-Disc 373. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1501

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Am I Blue,"  Paul Baron and His Orchestra.

1:2. "The Baron Riffs," Paul Baron and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Angelina," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

2:2. "The White Cliffs of Dover," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1502

Army V-Disc 377. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1502

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Minuetto,"  AAFTAC (Army Air Force Tactical Center) Symphonette.

Side Two:

2:1. "Caribbean Fantasy," The United States Army Air Forces Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1503

Army V-Disc 379. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1503

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Serenade,"  Wayne King and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Evening Star," Wayne King and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sweet Leilani,"  Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians.

2:2. "Down on Ami Ami Oni Isle," Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1504

Army V-Disc 383. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1504

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Cotton Eyed Joe,"  Josh White.

1:2. "One Meat Ball," Josh White.

Side Two:

2:1. "Baltimore Oriole," Hoagy Carmichael.

2:2. "Hong Kong Blues," Hoagy Carmichael.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1505

Army V-Disc 389. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1505

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I'm Beginning to See the Light," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal, Kitty Kallen.

Side Two:

2:1. "A Good Man is Hard to Find," Les Brown and His Orchestra: vocal, Butch Stone.

2:2. "Nickel Serenade," Les Brown and His Orchestra: vocal, Betty Bonney.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1506

Army V-Disc 398. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1506

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "In the Dark of the Moon," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I Wonder What's Become of Sally," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tabby the Cat," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Hymn to a Goat," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1507

Army V-Disc 415. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1507

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Creole Love Call," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cool as a Fool in a Pool," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Singin' in the Rain," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1508

Army V-Disc 429. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1508

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Last Rose of Summer,"  Bida Sayao, soprano.

Side Two:

2:1. "Her Love Was Never Mine,"  Ezio Pinza. From the opera, Don Carlos.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1509

Army V-Disc 431. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1509

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "He Didn't Ask Me," Pearl Bailey.

1:2. "The Quicker I Gets to Where I'm Goin'," Pearl Bailey.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cancel the Flowers,"  The Charioteers.

2:2. "The Train Song," The Charioteers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1510

Army V-Disc 435. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1510

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "How Little We Know,"  Buddy Clark.

1:2. "I Understand," Bob Eberly.

Side Two:

2:1. "Lonesome Road,"  344th Army Service Forces Orchestra.

2:2. "Swingtime in the Rockies," 344th Army Service Forces Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1511

Army V-Disc 437. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1511

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Oh, Lady Be Good,"  Yank Lawson and His Orchestra; featuring Will Bradley, trombone.

Side Two:

2:1. "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No," The King Cole Trio.

2:2. "A Pile O' Cole," The King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1512

Army V-Disc 480. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1512

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag,"  Bob Crosby and His V-Disc Bob Cats; featuring Martha Tilton.

Side Two:

2:1. "It Don't Mean a Thing if it Ain't Got That Swing," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1513

Army V-Disc 505. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1513

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Hollywood Hangover," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra; featuring Cat Anderson on trumpet.

Side Two:

2:1. "C Jam Blues,"  Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1514

Army V-Disc 507. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1514

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Jazz Me Blues," Muggsy Spanier and His V-Disc All Stars: featuring Muggsy Spanier, cornet; Lou McGarity, trombone; Pee-Wee Russell, clarinet; Boomie Richmond, tenor sax; Jess Stacy, piano; Hy White, guitar; Bob Haggart, bass; George Wettling, drums.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dark Eyes," The Gene Krupa Trio.

2:2. "Wire Brush Stomp," The Gene Krupa Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1515

Army V-Disc 508. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1515

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "When I Grow Too Old to Dream," Bob Crosby and His V-Disc Bob Cats.

Side Two:

2:1. "Satchel-Mouth Baby," King Cole Trio.

2:2. "Solid Potato Salad," King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1516

Army V-Disc 509. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1516

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Deep River," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Wish That I Wish Tonight,"  Ray Noble and His Orchestra.

2:2. "So in Love," Ray Noble and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1517

Army V-Disc 510. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1517

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Can't You Read Between the Lines," Dinah Shore.

1:2. "June is Bustin' Out All Over,"  Ginny Simms.

Side Two:

2:1. "Velvet Moon,"  Marie Greene.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1518

Army V-Disc 511. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1518

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Molly Malone,"  Morton Downey.

Side Two:

2:1. "Don't Apologize,"  The Three Suns.

2:2. "Limehouse Blues," The Three Suns.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1519

Army V-Disc 513. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1519

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Gotta Be This or That," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Bahama Joe," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.

2:2. "Nobody But Me," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1520

Army V-Disc 514. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1520

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Together," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

1:2. "King Porter Stomp," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Lily Belle," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1521

Army V-Disc 516. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1521

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Perfume Suite," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Perfume Suite," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1522

Army V-Disc 523. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1522

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You're So Worth the Waiting For,"  George Paxton and His Orchestra; vocals by Allan Dale.

1:2. "While You're Away," George Paxton and His Orchestra; vocals by Allan Dale.

Side Two:

2:1. "To Beat or not to Beat,"  Randy Brooks and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1523

Army V-Disc 524. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1523

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Downhearted Blues," Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Beyond the Blue Horizon," Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1524

Army V-Disc 525. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1524

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Please Don't Squeeza Da Banana," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I'll Walk Alone," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

Side Two: Medley from "Waikiki Wedding" Bing Crosby.

2:1. "Blue Hawaii," Bing Crosby.

2:2. "Little Hula Heaven," Bing Crosby.

2:3. "Sweet Leilani," Bing Crosby.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1525

Army V-Disc 527. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1525

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Sleepy Time Gal,"  Jack Leonard and His V-Disc Friends: Jimmy Maxwell, trumpet; Billy Pritchard, trombone; Hank D'Amico, clarinet; Charlie Ventura, tenor sax; Billy Rowland, piano; Allen Hanlon, guitar; Al Hall, bass; Specs Powell, drums.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tired," Pearl Bailey.

2:2. "Fifteen Years," Pearl Bailey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1526

Army V-Disc 528. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1526

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Can't We Talk it Over,"  Red McKenzie and the V-Disc All Stars: Red McKenzie, vocals; Bobby Hackett, trumpet; Ernie Caceres, clarinet; Nick Caiazza, tenor sax; Bill Clifton, piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Sid Weiss, Bass; Cozy Cole, drums.

Side Two:

2:1. "Almendra,"  Machito and His Afro-Cubans.

2:2. "Tra La La," Machito and His Afro-Cubans.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1527

Army V-Disc 529. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1527

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Man I Love,"  Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Trouble with Me is You,"  Johnny Bothwell and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1528

Army V-Disc 534. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1528

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Diminuendo in Blue," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Crescendo in Blue," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sent for You Yesterday," Count Basie and HIs Orchestra.

2:2. "Jimmy's Boogie Woogie," Count Basie and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1529

Army V-Disc 535. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1529

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Autumn Serenade," Harry James and His Orchestra.

1:2. "It's Been a Long, Long Time," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'm Gonna Love That Guy," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Clarinade," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1530

Army V-Disc 536. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1530

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Hoagy Carmichael Plays and Sings His Own Songs.

1:1. "Stardust," Hoagy Carmichael.

1:2. "No More Toujours L'Amour," Hoagy Carmichael.

1:3. "Billy A Dick," Hoagy Carmichael.

Side Two:

2:1. "Dancing in the Dark,"  Carmen Cavallaro.

2:2. "Just One More Chance," Carmen Cavallaro.

2:3. "Penthouse Serenade," Carmen Cavallaro.

2:4. "I Can't Get Started," Carmen Cavallaro.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1531

Army V-Disc 541. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1531

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "That Feeling in the Moonlight," Perry Como.

1:2. "I'd Do it All Over Again," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Whistler and His Dog,"  The Milt Herth Trio.

2:2. "Mama Inez," The Milt Herth Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1532

Army V-Disc 544. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1532

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "They Didn't Believe Me,"  Dick Haymes.

1:2. "Where or When," Dick Haymes.

Side Two:

2:1. "Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry,"  Evelyn Knight.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1533

Army V-Disc . #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1533

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Devil is Afraid of Music,"  United States Maritime Service Training Station Band; vocal by Pee Wee Hunt.

1:2. "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm," U.S. Maritime Service Training Station Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cradle Song," Army Service Forces Dance Band.

2:2. "I Know That You Know," Army Services Forces Dance Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1534

Army V-Disc 546. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1534

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Daphnis and Chloe,"  CBS Symphony Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Daphnis and Chloe," CBS Symphony Orchestra. Part Three.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1535

Army V-Disc 548. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1535

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Polonaise in A Flat,"  Jose Iturbi. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Polonaise in A Flat," Jose Iturbi. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1536

Army V-Disc 553. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1536

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Moten Swing," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

1:2. "Just You, Just Me," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Touch of Your Lips," George Paxton and His Orchestra.

2:2. "My Devotion," George Paxton and His Orchestra.

2:3. "You've Got Me Crying Again," George Paxton and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1537

Army V-Disc 556. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1537

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Shine," Benny Goodman Sextet.

1:2. "Tiger Rag," Benny Goodman Sextet.

Side Two:

2:1. "If I Had You," Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1538

Army V-Disc 564. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1538

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Homesick, That's All," Frank Sinatra.

1:2. "The Night is Young and You're So Beautiful," Frank Sinatra and Dinah Shore with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "For Musicians Only (A Musical Treatise on Jazz),"  Bud Freeman and the V-Disc Jumpers: Bud Freeman, narrator and tenor sax; Yank Lawson, trumpet; Bill Mustarde, trombone; Peanuts Hucko, clarinet; Buddy Weed, piano; Carmen Mastren, guitar; Trigger Alpert, bass; Ray McKinley, drums.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1539

Army V-Disc 565. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1539

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Adios Muchachos,"  Morton Gould and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Jarabe Tapatio," Morton Gould and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Flamingo," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1540

Army V-Disc 571. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1540

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Felicia No Capicia," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Ya Gotta See Baby Tonight," Louis Prima and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'm in a Romantic Mood," The Three Suns.

2:2. "Sing Sing Sing," The Three Suns.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1541

Army V-Disc 583. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1541

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "125th Street Prophet," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Deep Night," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

2:2. "I Found a New Baby," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1542

Army V-Disc 585. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1542

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Give Me the Simple Life," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

1:2. "My Guy's Come Back," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Just a Little Fond Affection," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Here I Go Just Dreamin' Away," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1543

Army V-Disc 591. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1543

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini,"  William Kapell at the Piano, New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini," William Kapell at the Piano, New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1544

Army V-Disc 594. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1544

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Aren't You Glad You're You," Frank Sinatra.

1:2. "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me," Frank Sinatra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Love Letters," Perry Como.

2:2. "What a Deal," Martha Tilton.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1545

Army V-Disc 599. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1545

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Pants That Pappy gave to Me,"  The Three Jesters.

1:2. "I Had a Hat," The Three Jesters.

Side Two:

2:1. "By the Waters of the Minnetonka," The Three Suns.

2:2. "What Would Annie Say," The Three Suns.

2:3. "Busy Holiday," The Three Suns.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1546

Army V-Disc 600. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1546

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You Won't Be Satisfied," Les Brown and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Honeydripper," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Rose Room," Harry James and His Orchestra; featuring Willie Smith on clarinet.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1547

Army V-Disc 603. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1547

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "That's Rich,"  Buddy Rich and His V-Disc Speed Demons; featuring Ella Fitzgerald.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tea for Two,"  Bill Stegmeyer and His Hot Eight.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1548

Army V-Disc 604. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1548

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "She's Funny That Way," Art Tatum.

Side Two:

2:1. "Gershwin Medley," Art Tatum.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1549

Army V-Disc 605. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1549

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "A Door Will Open," Tommy Dorsey.

1:2. "The Moment I Met You," Tommy Dorsey.

Side Two:

2:1. "Old Rob Roy," Roy Eldridge and His V-Discatters.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1550

Army V-Disc 610. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1550

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Convoy," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1551

Army V-Disc 613. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1551

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Man I Love," Marie Greene and Her V-Disc Merry Men (Introduction by Fibber McGee and Molly).

Side Two:

2:1. "September Song,"  Helen Forrest.

2:2. "Mean to Me," Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1552

Army V-Disc 617. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1552

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Esquire Swank," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Esquire All American Jazz Concert.

Side Two:

2:1. "Mean to Me," Woody Herman and His Orchestra; featuring Bill Harris on trombone.

2:2. "Caldonia," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1553

Army V-Disc 619. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1553

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Late at Night,"  Bill Heathcock and His V-Disc West Coasters.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Silent Love," Bill Heathcock and His V-Disc West Coasters.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1554

Army V-Disc 626. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1554

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Frankie and Johnnie," Part One. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Frankie and Johnnie," Part Two. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1555

Army V-Disc 630. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1555

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Bouncin' on a V-Disc," Fats Waller.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Can't Escape From You,"  Bunk Johnson and His Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1556

Army V-Disc 634. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1556

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Begin the Beguine," Art Tatum.

1:2. "Indiana," Art Tatum.

Side Two:

2:1. "Poor Butterfly," Art Tatum.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1557

Army V-Disc 641. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1557

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Polly Wolly Doodle,"  Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Cinderella Sue," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "All Through the Day," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Limehouse Blues," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1558

Army V-Disc 662. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1558

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Strange Love," Marie Greene and Her Merrymen.

1:2. "Penthouse Serenade," Marie Greene and Her Merrymen.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls," Evelyn Knight.

2:2. "St. Louis Blues," Evelyn Knight.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1559

Army V-Disc 665. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1559

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Meshugah,"  Chubby Jackson's Mad Mob.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Ideal," Coleman Hawkins and His Tenor Sax.

2:2. "Squeeze Me," Mildred Bailey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1560

Army V-Disc 666. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1560

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Il Guarany Overture," Dr. Frank Black Conducting Symphony Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Il Guarany Overture," Dr. Frank Black Conducting Symphony Orchestra. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1561

Army V-Disc 667. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1561

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Voices of Spring," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1562

Army V-Disc 671. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1562

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Unbooted Character," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Blue and Melancholy Mood,"  Monica Lewis with Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Put the Blame on Mame," Monica Lewis with Ray Bloch and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1563

Army V-Disc 673. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1563

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "My Lord, What a Mornin'," The Charioteers.

1:2. "I've Got a Home in That Rock," The Charioteers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Coax Me," Dinah Shore.

2:2. "One More Dream," Bing Crosby and the Charioteers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1564

Army V-Disc 674. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1564

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Flyin' on a V-Disc," Lionel Hampton and the V-Disc All Stars: Lionel Hampton, vibes; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Roy Eldridge, trumpet; Louis Armstrong, trumpet; Al Casey, guitar; Oscar Pettiford, bass; Jack Teagarden, trombone; Art Tatum, piano; Sidney Catlett, drums. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Flyin' on a V-Disc," Lionel Hampton and His V-Disc All Stars. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1565

Army V-Disc 676. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1565

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Finlandia," Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Frank Black. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Finlandia," Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Frank Black. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1566

Army V-Disc 714. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1566

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Man I Love," Eddie Heywood.

Side Two:

2:1. "As Long as I Live," The Benny Goodman Sextet.

2:2. "Benny's Bugle," The Benny Goodman Sextet.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1567

Army V-Disc 748. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1567

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Clair De Lune,"  Elliot Lawrence and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Kindergarten Flower Pageant,"  Alec Wilder Octet.

2:2. "Dance Man Buys a Farm," Alec Wilder Octet.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1568

Army V-Disc 751. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1568

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Linda," Ray Noble and His Orchestra.

1:2. "What is This Thing Called Love," Artie Shaw and His Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "It's the Talk of the Town," Les Paul and His Trio.

2:2. "I've Found a New Baby," Les Paul and His Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1569

Army V-Disc 754. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1569

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "How Are Things in Glocca Morra," Buddy Clark with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I Knew You When,"  Buddy Hughes with Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sweet Lorraine," 1946 Metronome Winners: Frank Sinatra, vocalist; Charlie Shavers, trumpet; Lawrence Brown, trombone; Johnny Hodges, alto sax; Coleman Hawkins, tenor sax; Harry Carney, baritone sax; King Cole, piano; Bob Ahern, guitar; Eddie Safranski, bass; Buddy Rich, drums.

2:2. "Nat Meets June," 1946 Metronome Winners; featuring June Christy and King Cole.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1570

Army V-Disc 761. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1570

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Sphinx,"  Catalina Sectette.

1:2. "Skrontch," Catalina Sectette.

Side Two:

2:1. "Jones Beachhead," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1571

Army V-Disc 769. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1571

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Beatrice," The Three Suns.

1:2. "If I Had My Life to Live Over," The Three Suns.

Side Two:

2:1. "Heartaches,"  Ted Weems and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Managua Nicaragua," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1572

Army V-Disc 785. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1572

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Good-Bye Girls I'm Through," The Three Suns.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'll Forget You," Dick Haymes.

2:2. "Mother Machree," Dick Haymes.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1573

Army V-Disc 787. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1573

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Krakowiak Polka,"  Bill Gale and His V-Disc Polka Cats.

1:2. "Three Ring Polka," Bill Gale and His V-Disc Polka Cats.

Side Two:

2:1. "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," Roy Rogers.

2:2. "Cajon Stomp," Roy Rogers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1574

Army V-Disc 801. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1574

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Man I Love," Bobby Hackett on Trumpet.

Side Two:

2:1. "Lover Come Back to Me," Mildred Bailey with Ellis Larkin Trio.

2:2. "Blues in a Flat,"  Ellis Larkin Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1575

Army V-Disc 803. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1575

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "He's Funny That Way,"  Kay Starr with Orchestra.

1:2. "It Ain't Gonna Be Like That,"  Frankie Laine with Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Old Rockin' Chair," Louis Armstrong with Edmund Hall and Men.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1576

Army V-Disc 807: George Gershwin Memorial. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1576

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Man I Love," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (introductions by Paul Whiteman and Ira Gershwin).

1:2. "Swanee," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Embraceable You," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Strike Up the Band," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.

2:3. "Someone to Watch Over Me," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1577

Army V-Disc 898. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR-20376/1577

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Tattooed Bride," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Tattooed Bride," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.

51 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by issue number.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1578

Navy V-Disc 16. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1578

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Always," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Bye Bye Blues," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Shine on Harvest Moon," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1579

Navy V-Disc 17. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1579

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Coquette," John Kirby and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Royal Garden Blues," John Kirby and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "You Can't Get That No More," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.

2:2. "The End of My Worry," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1580

Navy V-Disc 18. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1580

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You Send Me," Dick Haymes.

Side Two:

2:1. "Maria Elena," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocal by Dick Haymes.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1581

Navy V-Disc 46. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1581

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Charleston Alley," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Para Vega Me Voy," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "I'm Alone with You," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Marilyn Comes On," Jimmie Lunceford and His Lunceford.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1582

Navy V-Disc 55. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1582

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Schicklegruber," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Together," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "A Night in Tunisia,"  Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TTR-20376/1583

Navy V-Disc 66. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TTR-20376/1583

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Trav'lin' Light," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; vocal by Billie Holiday.

Side Two:

2:1. "All For You," The King Cole Trio.

2:2. "I Can't See For Lookin'," The King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1584

Navy V-Disc 81. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1584

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Going My Way," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral-That's an Irish Lullaby," Bing Crosby.

2:2. "Swingin' on a Star," Bing Crosby.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1585

Navy V-Disc 82. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1585

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "These Foolish Things Remind Me of You," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All Star Band.

1:2. "Hallelujah," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All Star Band.

Side Two:

2:1. "In the Gloaming," Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra.

2:2. "Deep Purple," Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1586

Navy V-Disc 85. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1586

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Some Peaceful Evening," Les Brown and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Okay for Baby," Les Brown and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "There Are no Wings on a Foxhole," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Lili Marlene," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1587

Navy V-Disc 88. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1587

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Your Feets Too Big," Fats Waller and His Rhythm.

1:2. "All That Meat and No Potatoes," Fats Waller and His Rhythm.

Side Two:

2:1. "Jelly Jelly," Earl Hines and his Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1588

Navy V-Disc 89. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1588

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine,"  Stan Kenton and His Orchestra; vocal by Anita O'Day.

Side Two:

2:1. "In a Magic Garden,"  Raymond Scott and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Tijuana," Raymond Scott and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1589

Navy V-Disc 90. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1589

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Mighty Lak' a Rose," Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "My Reverie,"  Bea Wain with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Blow Gabriel Blow," Bea Wain.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1590

Navy V-Disc 91. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1590

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Flight of the Bumblebee," Harry James and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Strictly Instrumental," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Summertime," Bob Crosby and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Shortnin' Bread," Bob Crosby and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1591

Navy V-Disc 93. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1591

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Prelude in E Major," AAFTAC Syphonette.

Side Two:

2:1. "Waltz (From 'Serenade for Strings')," AAFTAC Symphonette.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1592

Navy V-Disc 94. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1592

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Oh What a Beautiful Mornin'," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Don't Cry Baby,"  Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra; vocal by Jimmy Mitchell.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1593

Navy V-Disc 95. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1593

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "You Always Hurt the One You Love," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Just Friends," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1594

Navy V-Disc 98. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1594

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Ten Days with Baby,"  Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra; vocals by Jean La Salle.

1:2. "Miss You," Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Limehouse Blues," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra.

2:2. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1595

Navy V-Disc 99. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1595

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Boston Tea Party,"  Mal Hallett and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Goofus,"  Louise Massey and Her Westerners.

2:2. "You Don't Love Me (But I'll Always Care)," Louise Massey and Her Westerners.

2:3. "Wildcat," Louise Massey and Her Westerners.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1596

Navy V-Disc 100. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1596

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Sweet and Lovely," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

1:2. "The Lamp is Low," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "It Must Be Jelly 'Cause Jam Don't Shake Like That," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Flyin' Home," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1597

Navy V-Disc 104. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1597

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Which Switch Witch," Red Norvo and His Quintet.

1:2. "The Bass on the Barroom Floor," Red Norvo and His Quintet.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Can't Get Started," Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1598

Navy V-Disc 111. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1598

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Dance with a Dolly," Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "An Hour Never Passes,"  Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1599

Navy V-Disc 124. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1599

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Untitled," The Benny Goodman Quintet.

Side Two:

2:1. "Sometimes I'm Happy," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1600

Navy V-Disc 133. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1600

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Ain't Misbehavin'," Fats Waller, piano and vocal.

1:2. "Two Sleepy People," Fats Waller, piano and vocal.

Side Two:

2:1. "Slightly Less Than Wonderful," Fats Waller, piano and vocal.

2:2. "There's a Gal in My Life," Fats Waller, piano and vocal.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1601

Navy V-Disc 137. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1601

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I Realize Now," The King Cole Trio.

1:2. "Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You," The King Cole Trio.

Side Two:

2:1. "Twilight Time," The Three Suns.

2:2. "Tico Tico," The Three Suns.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1602

Navy V-Disc 138. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1602

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "The Blue Danube,"   Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Blue Danube," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1603

Navy V-Disc 140. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1603

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Do You Savvy," John Kirby and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Confessin' That I Love You," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Pale Moon," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1604

Navy V-Disc 146. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1604

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Music Makers," Harry James and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Cherry," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Two O'Clock Jump," Harry James and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1605

Navy V-Disc 150. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1605

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra; vocal by Kay Starr.

Side Two:

2:1. "Old Fashioned Love," Eddy Howard and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1606

Navy V-Disc 150. Duplicate of TR/12-186. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1606

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1607

Navy V-Disc 153. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1607

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive,"  Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers.

1:2. "There's a Fellow Waiting in Poughkeepsie," June Hutton and the Pied Pipers.

Side Two:

2:1. "Walkin' in the Light,"  Deep River Boys.

2:2. "Get on Board Little Chillun," Deep River Boys.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1608

Navy V-Disc 195. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1608

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Creole Love Call," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Cool as a Fool in a Pool," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Singin' in the Rain," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1609

Navy V-Disc 203. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1609

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Wait 'Till the Sun Shines Nellie," Bing Crosby.

1:2. "In the Good Old Summer Time," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Bing Crosby.

2:2. "For Me and My Gal," Bing Crosby.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1610

Navy V-Disc 212. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1610

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "1812 Overture," The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York. Artur Rodzinski, conductor. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "1812 Overture," The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York. Artur Rodzinski, conductor. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1611

Navy V-Disc 213. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1611

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I Miss Your Kiss," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra.

1:2. "A Little on the Lonely Side," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra.

Side Two: Medley

2:1. "Once in a While," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

2:2. "I Love You Truly," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

2:3. "Coquette," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

2:4. "In a Little Dutch Mill," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

2:5. "Goodnight Sweetheart," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1612

Navy V-Disc 216. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1612

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Make Believe,"  Frankie Carle.

1:2. "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl," Frankie Carle.

Side Two:

2:1. "It's Dawn Again," The Three Suns.

2:2. "Wooden Shoes," The Three Suns.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1613

Navy V-Disc 217. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1613

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Oh, Lady Be Good,"  Yank Lawson and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No," The King Cole Trio.

2:2. "A Pile O' Cole," The King Cole Trio.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1614

Navy V-Disc 218. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1614

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Laura," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

1:2. "I Wonder," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "The More I See You," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocal by Buddy De Vito.

2:2. "The Devil Sat Down and Cried," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocals by Helen Forrest, Harry James, Dick Haymes and His Band.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1615

Navy V-Disc 221. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1615

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "White Christmas," Bing Crosby.

1:2. "I'll Be Home for Christmas," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "Silent Night," Bing Crosby.

2:2. "Jingle Bells," Bing Crosby.

2:3. "Adeste Fidelis," Bing Crosby.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1616

Navy V-Disc 222. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1616

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Ave Maria,"  Eileen Farrell.

1:2. "Holy Night," Eileen Farrell.

Side Two:

2:1. "Agnus Dei,"  Jan Peerce.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1617

Navy V-Disc 226. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1617

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Just One of Those Things," Benny Goodman Quintet.

1:2. "Rachel's Dream," Benny Goodman Quintet.

Side Two:

2:1. "Get Happy," Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Crazy Rhythm," Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1618

Navy V-Disc 229. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1618

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Penthouse Serenade," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Slow Freight,"  Benny Carter and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Fish Fry," Benny Carter and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1619

Navy V-Disc 231. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1619

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "More Than You Know," The Combined Bands of Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey.

Side Two:

2:1. "Brotherly Jump," The Combined Bands of Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1620

Navy V-Disc 232. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1620

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Three Caballeros," The Andrews Sisters.

1:2. "Victory Polka," The Andrews Sisters.

Side Two:

2:1. "You Tell Me Your Dream," The Mills Brothers.

2:2. "Cielito Linda," The Mills Brothers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1621

Navy V-Disc 233. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1621

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "I Never Felt This Way Before," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Live and Love Tonight," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "The Story of Two Cigarettes,"  Paul Baron and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Cabaret," Paul Baron and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1622

Navy V-Disc 234. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1622

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Sugar," Yank Lawson and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Sensation," Yank Lawson and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "All of My Life," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Buddy DiVito.

2:2. "I Don't Care Who Knows It," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Kitty Kallen.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1623

Navy V-Disc 238. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1623

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Golden Wedding," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Caldonia," Woody Herman and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "Skyliner," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

2:2. "Blue Skies," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1624

Navy V-Disc 243. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1624

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "A Friend of Yours," Bing Crosby.

1:2. "That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "I Fall in Love Too Easily," Dinah Shore.

2:2. "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," Dinah Shore with Albert Stack and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1625

Navy V-Disc 254. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1625

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Call Me Darling, Call Me Sweetheart, Call Me Dear,"  The King Sisters with Buddy Cole and His Orchestra.

1:2. "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta," The King Sisters with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra.

Side Two:

2:1. "He's Home for a Little While,"  Anita Ellis.

2:2. "Good, Good, Good," Anita Ellis.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1626

Navy V-Disc 261. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1626

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part One.

Side Two:

2:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Two.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1627

Navy V-Disc 262. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1627

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Three.

Side Two:

2:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1628

Navy V-Disc 263. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1628

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "One Alone," Bing Crosby.

1:2. "Poinciana," Bing Crosby.

Side Two:

2:1. "On the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe," Johnny Mercer.

2:2. "Conversation While Dancing," Johnny Mercer and Jo Stafford with the Pied Pipers and Paul Weston's Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1629

Navy V-Disc 268. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR-20376/1629

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

1:1. "When I Grow to Old to Dream," Bob Crosby and His V-Disc Bob-Cats: Yank Lawson, trumpet; Ward Silloway, Trombone; Hank D'Amico, Piano; Herb Ellis, guitar; Bob Haggart, Bass; George Wettling, drums.

Side Two:

2:1. "Satchel-Mouth Baby," King Cole Trio.

2:2. "Solid Potato Salad," King Cole Trio.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974.

165 items.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1630

Ralph Emery Show No. 1120, 27 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1630

12" Transcription Disc

"Open Up the Book," Ferlin Husky.

"Snap Your Fingers,"  Peggy Little.

"I Can See You in the Windshield,"  Dave Dudley.

"Mark of a Heel," Hank Thompson.

"Pitty Pitty Patter,"  Susan Raye.

"All I Want to Do is Say I Love You,"  Brian Collins.

"Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town,"  Mel Tillis.

"Gone," Ferlin Husky.

"The Choking Kind,"  Diane Trask.

"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride.

"Love's Old Song,"  Barbara Fairchild.

"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1631

Ralph Emery Show No. 1121, 28 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1631

12" Transcription Disc

"Leaving and Saying Goodbye," Faron Young.

"Wings of a Dove," Ferlin Husky.

"You're Looking at Country," Loretta Lynn.

"All My Trials,"  Ray Stevens.

"Red Door,"  Carl Smith.

"He's So Fine,"  Jody Miller.

"What in the World's Come Over You,"  Kenny Earley.

"Sweet Misery," Ferlin Husky.

"Saunders Ferry Lane," Sammi Smith.

"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Buck Owens.

"She's Leavin',"  Jim Ed Brown.

"Charlotte Forever,"  Kenny Price.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1632

Ralph Emery Show No. 1122, 29 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1632

12" Transcription Disc

"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"Just For You," Ferlin Husky.

"Good Enough to Be Your Wife,"  Jeannie C. Riley.

"One Night of Love," Johnny Duncan.

"Rings,"  Glaser Brothers.

"Soldier's Prayer,"  Paul Ott.

"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette.

"I Hear Little Rock Calling," Ferlin Husky.

"Loving Her Was Easier,"  Roger Miller.

"Proud Mary," Conway Twitty.

"After All They All Used to Belong to Me," Hank Williams Jr.

"Ko Ko Joe,"  Jerry Reed.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1633

Ralph Emery Show No. 1123, 30 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1633

12" Transcription Disc

"How Can I Unlove You,"  Lynn Anderson.

"I Could Sing All Night," Ferlin Husky.

"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James.

"Country Music is Here to Stay,"  Simon Crum.

"West Texas Highway," George Hamilton.

"Natural to Be Gone,"  Bobbie Gentrie.

"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman.

"One More Time," Ferlin Husky.

"Wabash Cannonball,"  Nashville Brass.

"Easy Lovin',"  Freddie Hart.

"I Don't Know You Anymore," Tommy Overstreet.

"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1124, 01 October 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1634

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"Please Don't Talk About Me," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Timber I'm Falling," Ferlin Husky.

"A Poor Man's Gold,"  Clay Hart.

"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins.

"Cuzz Yore So Sweet," Simon Crum.

"Don't Let Him Make a Memory Out of Me,"  Billy Walker.

"A Dozen Pair of Boots,"  Del Reeves.

"Say a Little Prayer," Glen Campbell and Anne Murray.

"No Need to Worry," Johnny and June Carter Cash.

"I'd Rather Be Gone," Merle Haggard.

"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton.

"Open Up the Book," Ferlin Husky.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1125, 04 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1635

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"Good Lovin'," Tammy Wynette.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Sweetie,"  Warner Mack.

"You Comb Her Hair,"  George Jones.

"Black Mountain Rag," Chet Atkins.

"I'm Sorry If My Love Got in Your Way,"  Connie Smith.

"Another Night of Love,"  Freddie Weller.

"Stand By Your Man," Tammy Wynette.

"Rings," Glaser Brothers.

"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey.

"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley.

"Run Angel Run," Tammy Wynette.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1126, 05 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1636

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"All I Ever Need is You,"  Ray Sanders.

"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette.

"Here I Go Again,"  Bobby Wright.

"We've Got Everything but Love," Barbara Mandrell.

"Hanging Over Me,"  Jack Green.

"Baby I'm Yours,"  Jody Miller.

"Saturday Morning Confusion,"  Bobby Russell.

"Apartment #9," Tammy Wynette.

"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman.

"Talk it Over in the Morning," Anne Murray.

"Brand New Mister Me,"  Mel Tillis.

"Ko Ko Joe,"  Jerry Reed.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1124, 06 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1637

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"Bye Bye Love," Glaser Brothers.

"Take Me to Your World," Tammy Wynette.

"Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy,"  Bill Rice.

"Say a Little Prayer/Phoenix," Glen Campbell and Anne Murray.

"Oh Lonesome Me,"  Kossie Gardner.

"Love's Old Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"I Don't Wanna Play House," Tammy Wynette.

"Easy Lovin'," Freddie Hart.

"Something to Brag About," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson.

"Hitchin' a Ride,"  Jack Reno.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1128, 07 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1638

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"Quits," Bill Anderson.

"We Sure Can Love Each Other," Tammy Wynette.

"Little Daddy Preacher,"  Tom T. Hall.

"The Morning After,"  Jerry Wallace.

"How Long Will My Baby Be Gone," Susan Raye.

"Set the World on Fire,"  Red Lane.

"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price.

"It's So Sweet," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James.

"If You Think That it's Alright,"  Johnny Carver.

"Saunders Ferry Lane," Sammi Smith.

"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1129, 08 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1639

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"Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," Tammy Wynette.

"I'd Rather Be Sorry," Ray Price.

"Never Ending Song of Love,"  Dickie Lee.

"Cedartown, Georgia," Waylon Jennings.

"Home Sweet Home,"  David Houston.

"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins.

"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner.

"D-I-V-O-R-C-E," Tammy Wynette.

"What a Dream," Conway Twitty.

"There Must Be More to Life Than Growing Old,"  Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"Carolyn," Merle Haggard.

"The Wonders You Perform," Tammy Wynette.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1640

Ralph Emery Show No. 1130, 11 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1640

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"Santa Fe Rolls Royce," The Wilburn Brothers.

"Papa Was a Good Man," Johnny Cash.

"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"Snap Your Fingers," Dick Curless.

"Black Mountain Rag," Chet Atkins.

"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller.

"You'll Never Walk Alone," Jerry Reed.

"By the Time I Get to Phoenix," Wilburn Brothers.

"What Kind of Girl Do You Think I Am," Loretta Lynn.

"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman.

"Someone I Used to Know," Tammy Wynette.

"Jody and the Kid,"  Dale Van Horne.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1131, 12 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1641

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"Red Door," Carl Smith.

"It's Another World," Wilburn Brothers.

"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James.

"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley.

"Coat of many Colors," Dolly Parton.

"Loving Her Was Easier," Kris Kristofferson.

"Here I Go Again," Bobby Wright.

"Knoxville Girl," Wilburn Brothers.

"Guitar Rag,"  Po Boys.

"Daddy Frank," Merle Haggard.

"Rings," Glaser Brothers.

"If This is Our Last Time,"  Brenda Lee.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1132, 13 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1642

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"Train Train,"  Murry Kellum.

"Trouble's Back in Town," Wilburn Brothers.

"Easy Lovin'," Freddie Hart.

"Pitty Pitty Patty," Susan Raye.

"Four Glass Walls," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Another Puff," Jerry Reed.

"Near You,"  Lamar Morris.

"Hurt Her Once More for Me," Wilburn Brothers.

"Heartaches by the Number," Ray Price.

"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith.

"Another Night of Love," Freddie Weller.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1133, 14 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1643

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"A Whole Lotta Lovin'," Anita Carter.

"Someone Before Me," Wilburn Brothers.

"If You Think That It's Alright," Johnny Paycheck.

"Fall Away," Tex Ritter.

"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Buck Owens.

"I Can Spot a Cheater," Lynn Anderson.

"All I Ever Need Is You," Wilburn Brothers.

"That She's Leaving Feeling," Wilburn Brothers.

"Lover Come Back To Me," Chet Atkins.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price.

"The World Needs a Melody,"  Jean Shepard.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1134, 15 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1644

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"It Looks Like the Sun's Gonna Shine," Wilburn Brothers.

"Leaving and Saying Goodbye," Faron Young.

"Love's Old Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"Chug-A-Lug,"  Roger Miller.

"Cedartown, Georgia," Waylon Jennings.

"We Got Everything But Love," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"Love the Devil Out of Me,"  Hank Locklin.

"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins.

"Kiss Away," Tammy Wynette.

"I Get Lonely When it Rains,"  Leroy Van Dyke.

"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno.

"Do it to Someone You Love," Wilburn Brothers.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1645

Ralph Emery Show No. 1140, 25 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1645

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"The Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner.

"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton.

"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey.

"Georgia," Jerry Reed.

"Alright I'll Sign the Papers,"  Jeannie Seely.

"Joy to the World,"  Floyd Cramer.

"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner.

"Rings," Glaser Brothers.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"A Chain Don't Take to Me,"  Bob Luman.

"A Song to Mama," Carter Family.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1141, 26 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1646

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"Roses and Thorns," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Skid Row Joe," Porter Wagoner.

"Proud Mary," Floyd Cramer.

"Back Then,"  Wanda Jackson.

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Naked and Crying,"  Henson Cargill.

"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price.

"Hanging Over Me," Jack Greene.

"The Last One to Touch Me," Porter Wagoner.

"We've Got Everything But Love," David Houston.

"The Morning After," Jerry Wallace.

"Easy Lovin'," Susan Raye.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1142, 27 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1647

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"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"Carroll County Accident," Porter Wagoner.

"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller.

"Train Train," Murray Kellum.

"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James.

"Traveling Man," Dolly Parton.

"The Magnificent Sanctuary Band," Roy Clark.

"Albert Erving," Porter Wagoner.

"Pickin' My Way," Chet Atkins.

"The Next Girl That I Marry,"  Bobby Goldsboro.

"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1143, 28 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1648

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"Daddy Frank," Merle Haggard.

"Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Talk it Over in the Morning," Anne Murray.

"The Bird That Never Flew," Porter Wagoner (a recitation with Chet Atkins's Greensleeves in the background).

"I Can See You in the Windshield," Dave Dudley.

"When I Loved Her," Ray Price.

"If You Think That it's Alright," Johnny Carver.

"Satisfied Mind," Porter Wagoner.

"Never Ending Song of Love," Dickie Lee.

"All I Want to Do is Say I Love You,"  Brian Collins.

"Bring Him Safely Home to Me,"  Sandy Posey.

"Tulsa Telephone Book," Tom T. Hall.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1144, 29 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1649

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"Big Wind," Porter Wagoner.

"A Dozen Pairs of Boots," Del Reeves.

"Stand By Your Man," Jody Miller.

"No One Can Ever Take Me From You," Charley Pride.

"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith.

"All I Ever Need is You," Ray Sanders.

"Near You," Lamar Morris.

"The Late Love of Mine," Porter Wagoner.

"Good Lovin'," Tammy Wynette.

"I'll Follow You," George Jones.

"A Better Place to Live," Dolly Parton.

"Cold Hard Facts of Life," Porter Wagoner.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1160, 22 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1650

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"Me & Bobby McGee," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Six Weeks Every Summer," Dottie West.

"Cotton Top," Carl Perkins.

"I Already Know," Wanda Jackson.

"Rubber Room," Porter Wagoner.

"Wait for the Light to Shine," Nashville Brass.

"If I Promise," Jerry Reed.

"Rings of Gold," Dottie West and Don Gibson.

"Play Me a Cheating Song,"  Wayne Kemp.

"Too Old to Cut the Mustard," Buck Owens and Buddy Allen.

"Here Comes My Baby Back Again," Dottie West.

"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1161, 23 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1651

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"All I Ever Need is You," Ray Sanders.

"Country Girl," Dottie West.

"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"C & W Meets R & B,"  Urel Albert.

"For the Good Times," Kenny Price.

"Love of the Common People," Lynn Anderson.

"No Need to Worry," Johnny Cash and June Carter.

"Love is No Excuse," Dottie West and Jim Reeves.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"What a Dream," Conway Twitty.

"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1162, 24 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1652

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"Another Night of Love," Freddie Weller.

"Paper Mansions," Dottie West.

"Reconsider Me," John Wesley Ryles.

"Just One More Time,"  Jonie Mosby and Johnny Mosby.

"I'll Follow You," George Jones.

"A Front Row Seat to Hear Old Johnny Sing,"  Shel Silverstein.

"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan.

"It Must Be Him," Dottie West.

"Wichita Lineman,"  Heartaches Band.

"Set the World on Fire," Red Lane.

"Bring Him Safely Home," Sandy Posey.

"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1163, 25 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1653

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"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis.

"You're the Other Half of Me," Dottie West.

"A Dozen Pairs of Boots," Del Reeves.

"Count Your Blessings,"  Tammy White.

"Turn your Radio On,"  Ray Stevens.

"Slowly," Dottie West and Jimmy Dean.

"A Place in the Sun," Glen Campbell.

"Once You Were Mine," Dottie West.

"Ko Ko Jo," Jerry Reed.

"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller.

"Just Because," Conway Twitty.

"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1164, 26 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1654

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"Baby You Got It,"  Jack Ward.

"Would You Hold it Against Me," Dottie West.

"You Better Move On,"  Billy Craddock.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"A Chain Don't Take to Me," Bob Luman.

"The Happiness of Having You,"  Jay Lee Webb.

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"I'm Sorry if My love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith.

"Train Train," Murray Kellum.

"Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner.

"Near You," Lamar Morris.

"You're the Other Half of Me," Dottie West.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1175, 13 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1655

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"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson.

"Clyde,"  J. J. Cale.

"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr.

"Christmas Shopping," Buck Owens.

"Color My World," Barbara Fairchild.

"Near You," Slim Whitman.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"Cry," Lynn Anderson.

"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"Surprise, Surprise," Sonny James.

"Rose Garden," Lynn Anderson.

"Reconsider Me Baby,"  John Wesley Ryles.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1176, 14 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1656

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"Suspicion," Bobby G. Rices.

"Ding-A-Ling," Lynn Anderson.

"Canadian Sunset," Glen Campbell.

"Easy Loving #2,"  Ben Colder.

"White Christmas,"  Eddy Arnold.

"Love is a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard.

"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis.

"Jingle Bell Rock," Lynn Anderson.

"Living and Learning," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce.

"Don't Say You're Mine," Carl Smith.

"Train Train," Murray Kellum.

"Here I Go Again," Lynn Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1177, 15 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1657

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"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," Lynn Anderson.

"Magnificent Sanctuary Band,"  Roy Clark.

"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"We Go Together," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"Tell Me Again," Barbara Fairchild.

"Home for the Holidays," Johnny Tillotson.

"You're My Man," Lynn Anderson.

"You Better Move On," Billy "Crash" Craddock.

"Kentucky," Sammi Smith.

"Carolyn," Merle Haggard.

"Ride Ride Ride," Lynn Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1178, 16 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1658

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"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell.

"Silver Bells," Floyd Cramer.

"Frosty the Snowman," Lynn Anderson.

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"C & W Meets R & B," Urel Albert.

"Country Green," Don Gibson.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"You've Got a Friend," Lynn Anderson.

"Jingle Bells," Ray Price.

"I've Got a Happy Heart," Susan Raye.

"The Litterbug Song,"  Mayf Nutter.

"Stand By Your Man," Lynn Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1179, 17 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1659

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"High Heel Sneakers,"Bobby Penn.

"I Can Spot a Cheater," Lynn Anderson.

"We've Got Everything But Love," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"One's On the Way," Loretta Lynn.

"Search Your Heart," Bobby Wright.

"Me and Bobby McGee," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno.

"Auctioneer," Lynn Anderson.

"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"Little Drummer Boy," Charley Pride.

"Turn Your Radio On,"  Ray Stevens.

"Ding-A-Ling," Lynn Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1180, 20 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1660

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"Born to Be with You," Sonny James.

"Take," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"Home for the Holidays," Johnny Tillotson.

"Cry," Lynn Anderson.

"Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy," Buck Owens and Susan Raye.

"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver.

"Barefoot Santa Clause," Sonny James.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"Blue Christmas," Loretta Lynn.

"Winter Wonderland,"  Harold Bradley.

"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1181, 21 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1661

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"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Silver Bells," Sonny James.

"Time," Jerry Wallace.

"The Christmas Song," Glen Campbell.

"Super Sideman," Kenny Price.

"Forgive Me Santa," Jimmy Davis.

"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"I'll Never Find Another You," Sonny James.

"White Christmas," Tammy Wynette.

"Turn Your Radio On," Ray Stevens.

"American Trilogy,"  Mickey Newbury.

"True Love's a Blessing," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1182, 22 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1662

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"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck.

"Young Love," Sonny James.

"Jingle Bell Rock,"  Bobby Helms.

"Maiden's Prayer," David Houston.

"Pretty Paper," Willie Nelson.

"Ding-A-Ling the Christmas Bell," Lynn Anderson.

"Tonight My Bay's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell.

"Little Drummer Boy," Sonny James.

"Floatin' Down to Cotton Town," Chet Atkins.

"Merry Christmas to You From Me," Marty Robbins.

"Clyde," J. J. Cale.

"A World of Our Own," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1663

Ralph Emery Show No. 1183, 23 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1663

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"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis.

"You're the Only World I Know," Sonny James.

"Christmas Times a Coming," Bill Anderson.

"The Happiness of Having You," Jay Lee Webb.

"Here Comes Santa Claus," Floyd Cramer.

"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller.

"Country Green," Don Gibson.

"My Christmas Dream," Sonny James.

"Never Had a Doubt," Mayf Nutter.

"They Stood in Silent Prayer," Charley Pride.

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Running Bear," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1184, 24 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1664

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"Jingle Bells," Roy Rogers and Dale Evans.

"Only Love Can Break a Heart," Sonny James.

"Blue Christmas," Elvis Presley.

"Kentucky," Sammi Smith.

"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," Gene Autry.

"I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day," Ray Price.

"Santa's Boy," Del Reeves.

"Do You Hear What I Hear," Sonny James.

"One's on the Way," Loretta Lynn.

"Here Was a Man," Johnny Cash.

"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan.

"Silent Night," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1665

Ralph Emery Show No. 1190, 03 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1665

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"Rock Me Back to Little Rock," Jan Howard.

"Untouched," Mel Tillis.

"One Tin Soldier,"  Skeeter Davis.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"Super Sideman," Kenny Price.

"A Part of Your Life," Charlie Rich.

"Ann," Tommy Overstreet.

"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard.

"Oklahoma Sunday Morning," Glen Campbell.

"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis.

"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith.

"Dis-Satisfied," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1191, 04 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1666

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"Move it on Over," Don Gibson.

"Marriage Has Ruined More Good Love Affairs," Jan Howard.

"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan.

"Suspicion," Bobby G. Rice.

"The One You Slip Around With," Jan Howard.

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette.

"Love is a Sometimes Thing," Bill Anderson.

"Color of My World," Barbara Fairchild.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1192, 05 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1667

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"She's Everything to Me," Johnny Paycheck.

"Evil on Your Mind," Jan Howard.

"The Best Part of Living," Marty Robbins.

"Cry," Lynn Anderson.

"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno.

"Good Hearted Woman," Waylon Jennings.

"Daddy Sing Bass," Johnny Cash.

"What Makes a Man Wonder," Jan Howard.

"Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner.

"I've Got a Happy Heart," Susan Raye.

"Only Love Can Break a Heart," Sonny James.

"American Trilogy," Mickey Newbury.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1193, 06 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1668

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"Never Had a Doubt," Mayf Nutter.

"If It's All the Same to You," Jan Howard.

"I'm a Truck,"  Red Simpson.

"Four in the Morning," Faron Young.

"You Don't Know Me," Jan Howard.

"You Better Move On," Billy Craddock.

"I've Come Awful Close," Hank Thompson.

"My Son," Jan Howard.

"Another Puff," Jerry Reed.

"Safe in These Loving Arms of Mine," Jean Shepard.

"I Can't See Me Without You," Conway Twitty.

"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1194, 07 January 1971. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1669

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"Someday We'll Be Together," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson.

"Ruby You're Warm,"  David Rogers.

"You Can't Go Home,"  Statler Brothers.

"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr.

"Bring Him Safely Home to Me," Sandy Posey.

"Love man," Jerry Reed.

"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver.

"For Loving You," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson.

"Roses and Thorns," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty.

"Carolyn," Merle Haggard.

"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1670

Ralph Emery Show No. 1215, 07 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1670

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"Plastic Saddle," Nat Stuckey.

"Cry," Lynn Anderson.

"Two Divided By Love,"  The Kendalls.

"When You Say Love," Bob Luman.

"Cotton Jenny," Anne Murray.

"Running with the Wind," George Kent.

"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Sweet Thang," Nat Stuckey.

"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette.

"Arkansas," Wilburn Brothers.

"I'll Be Swinging Too," Susan Raye.

"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1671

Ralph Emery Show No. 1216, 08 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1671

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"Far Far Away," Don Gibson.

"Sweet Thang and Cisco," Nat Stuckey.

"One's on the Way," Loretta Young.

"Sweet Love Me Good Woman," Glasers.

"10 Degrees and Getting Colder," George Hamilton.

"Safe in These Loving Arms of Mine," Jeanne Shepard.

"There's a Kind of Hush," Brian Collins.

"Young Love," Nat Stuckey and Connie Smith.

"Orange Blossom Special,"  Exotic Guitars.

"A Day in the Life of a Fool," George Jones.

"Ann," Tommy Overstreet.

"Joe and Mabel's 12th St. Bar & Grill," Nat Stuckey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1672

Ralph Emery Show No. 1217, 09 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1672

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"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver.

"Loving You," Nat Stuckey.

"Waitin' in Your Welfare Line," Buck Owens.

"Bring it on Home," Skeeter Davis.

"Pop a Top," Jim Ed Brown.

"Ballad of the Hillbilly Singer," Freddie Weller.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeanne Seely.

"She Wakes Me with a Kiss Every Morning," Nat Stuckey.

"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell.

"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart.

"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1673

Ralph Emery Show No. 1218, 10 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1673

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"I've Come Awful Close," Hank Thompson.

"Only a Woman Like You," Nat Stuckey.

"I Already Know," Wanda Jackson.

"I Started Loving you Again,"  Charley McCoy.

"A Thing Called Love," Johnny Cash.

"Take Me," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"El Paso," Nashville Brass.

"Rainy Night in Georgia," Nat Stuckey.

"You Better Move On," Billy Craddock.

"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

"House of the Rising Sun," Nat Stuckey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1674

Ralph Emery Show No. 1219, 11 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1674

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"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Don't You Believe Her," Nat Stuckey.

"Don't Be Cruel," Jody Miller.

"I'm a Truck," Red Simpson.

"We've Got to Work it Out Between Us," Diana Trask.

"It's Impossible," Nat Stuckey.

"I've Been a Long Time Leaving," Roger Miller.

"The Best is Yet to Come," Del Reeves.

"If Not for You," Bobby Wright.

"Make Me Believe," Johnny Tillotson.

"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee.

"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1675

Ralph Emery Show No. 1220, 14 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1675

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"But for Love," Eddy Arnold.

"Cotton Jenny," Anne Murray.

"When You Say Love," Bob Luman.

"Don't Let it Happen Without Me," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"Make the World Go Away," Eddy Arnold.

"Ajax Airlines,"  Hudson and Landry.

"The Fool," Billy Craddock.

"Lonely People," Eddy Arnold.

"All I Ever Need is You," Jerry Smith.

"Oklahoma Sunday Morning," Glen Campbell.

"Everybody's Reaching Out For Someone,"  Pat Daisy.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1676

Ralph Emery Show No. 1221, 15 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1676

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"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver.

"What's He Doing in My World," Eddy Arnold.

"Never Ending Song of Love," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Cry," Lynn Anderson.

"A Thing Called Love," Johnny Cash.

"Two Divided By Love," The Kendalls.

"All His Children," Charley Pride.

"Anytime," Eddy Arnold.

"The Day Loved Walked In," David Houston.

"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard.

"How's the World Treating You," Eddy Arnold.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1677

Ralph Emery Show No. 1222, 16 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1677

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"Far Far Away," Don Gibson.

"You Don't Know Me," Eddy Arnold.

"Color My World," Barbara Fairchild.

"It's Four in the Morning," Faron Young.

"Sweet Love Me Good Woman," The Glaser Brothers.

"I Really Don't Want to Know," Eddy Arnold.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene.

"I'll Still Be Waiting for You," Buck Owens.

"I'll Hold You in My Heart," Eddy Arnold.

"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette.

"The One You Say Good Morning To," Jimmy Dean.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1678

Ralph Emery Show No. 1223, 17 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1678

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"Sitting on Top of the World," Jerry Reed.

"Misty Blue," Eddy Arnold.

"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie Riley.

"Today I Started Loving You Again," Charley McCoy.

"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee.

"Turn the World Around," Eddy Arnold.

"You'll Still Be the One," Charley Pride.

"Mrs. Robinson," Chet Atkins.

"Easy Loving," Conway Twitty and Loretta Young.

"If it's Alright with You," Eddy Arnold.

"Mr. Bojangles," Sammi Smith.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1224, 18 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1679

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"Cinderella,"  Tony Booth.

"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," Eddy Arnold.

"We'll Sing in the Sunshine,"  Alice Creech.

"Carolyn," Merle Haggard.

"Don't Be Cruel," Jodi Miller.

"We Can Make It," George Jones.

"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr.

"Lonely Again," Eddy Arnold.

"I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing,"  The Hillside Singers.

"For the Good Times," Ray Price.

"Bouquet of Roses," Eddy Arnold.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1680

Ralph Emery Show No. 1270, 24 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1680

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"Happy Street," Connie Smith.

"The Lonesomist Lonesome," Ray Price.

"Girl in New Orleans," Sammi Smith.

"Chantilly Lace," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart.

"Never Ending Song of Love," Lynn Anderson.

"It's a Crying Shame," Conway Twitty.

"Ain't We Having Us a Good Time," Connie Smith.

"Is It Any Wonder That I Love You," Nat Stuckey.

"You Blow My Mind," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Ode to a Critter," Roy Clark.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1681

Ralph Emery Show No. 1271, 25 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1681

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"Far Far Away," Don Gibson.

"Just for What I Am," Connie Smith.

"All His Children," Charley Pride.

"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell.

"I'll Be There,"  Johnny Bush.

"They Call the Wind Maria,"  Jack Barlow.

"Arkansas," Wilbur Brothers.

"Ain't Had No Lovin'," Connie Smith.

"You Almost Slipped My Mind," Kenny Price.

"I Started Loving You Again," Charlie McCoy.

"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1682

Ralph Emery Show No. 1272, 26 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1682

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"Do You Remember These," Statler Brothers.

"You and Your Sweet Love," Connie Smith.

"Manhattan Kansas," Glen Campbell.

"Anything's Better Than Nothing," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce.

"A Special Day,"  Arlene Harden.

"The Bandit,"  Nashville string Band.

"Someone to Give My Love To," Johnny Paycheck.

"Louisiana Man," Connie Smith.

"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr.

"Hot Rod Lincoln,"  Commander Cody and Lost Planet Airmen.

"Plenty of Time," Connie Smith.

"All My Loving," Lamar Morris.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1273, 27 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1683

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"If it Feels Good Do It," Dave Dudley.

"Once a Day," Connie Smith.

"Ain't Nothing Shaking," Billy Craddock.

"Touch Your Woman," Dolly Parton.

"Danny Boy," Paul Ott.

"Made in Japan," Buck Owens.

"What Am I Gonna Do," Bobby Bare.

"Clinging to a Saving Hand," Connie Smith.

"Key's in the Mailbox," Tony Booth.

"Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By," Jerry Reed.

"A Rose By Any Other Name," Ray Sanders.

"Burning a Hole in My Mind," Connie Smith.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1274, 28 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1684

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"North to Alaska," Jerry Lee Lewis and Linda Gail Evans.

"Cincinnati Ohio," Connie Smith.

"Send Me Some Loving," Hank Williamsjr.

"All the Lonely Women in the World," Bill Anderson.

"I'll Be Whatever You Say," Wanda Jackson.

"Irma Jackson," Merle Haggard.

"I Never Once Stopped Loving You," Connie Smith.

"We Can Make It," George Jones.

"I Hate ti See Me Go," Rose Maddox.

"Mr. Fiddle Man," Johnny Russell.

"To Get to You," Jerry Wallace.

"How Great Thou Art," Connie Smith.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1685

Ralph Emery Show No. 1275, 01 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1685

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"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee.

"Traveling Minstrel Band," The Carters.

"When You Say Love," Bob Luman.

"Cab Driver," Hank Thompson.

"Let Him Have It," Jan Howard.

"Kawaliga," Charley Pride.

"Coming on Strong," Brenda Lee.

"California Wine," Bobby Goldsboro.

"Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Lonely Weekends," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"If This is Our Last Time," Brenda Lee.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1276, 02 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1686

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"What Ain't to Be Just Might Happen," Porter Wagoner.

"I'm Sorry," Brenda Lee.

"Do You Remember These," The Statler Brothers.

"Someone to Give My love To," Johnny Paycheck.

"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell.

"Kate," Johnny Cash.

"High on Love,"  Carl Perkins.

"Misty Memories," Brenda Lee.

"Somebody's Breaking My Heart," B. Wright.

"Hot Rod Lincoln," Commander Cody.

"Fool Number One," Brenda Lee.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1277, 03 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1687

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"Ain't Nothing A Shaking," Brenda Lee.

"As Usual," Brenda Lee.

"You're Everything,"  Tommy Cash.

"Grandma Harp," Merle Haggard.

"Girl in New Orleans," Sammi Smith.

"Country Western Truck Drivin' Singer," Red Simpson.

"Too Many Rivers," Brenda Lee.

"Danny Boy," Paul Ott.

"Coming Home to Kentucky," Kenny Price.

"The Lonesomest Lonesome," Ray Price.

"Proud Mary," Brenda Lee.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1278, 04 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1688

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"Legendary Chicken Fair," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"All Alone Am I," Brenda Lee.

"What Am I Gonna Do,"  Bobby Bare.

"Touch your Woman," Dolly Parton.

"Today I Started Loving You Again," Charlie McCoy.

"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr.

"Crying Time," Brenda Lee.

"Chantilly Lace," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"We Found it in Each Other's Arms," Roger Miller.

"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall.

"Sweet Nothing," Brenda Lee.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1279, 05 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1689

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"The Key's in the Mailbox," Tony Booth.

"Dynamite," Brenda Lee.

"Manhattan Kansas," Glen Campbell.

"Just For What I Am," Connie Smith.

"We Can Make It," George Jones.

"Be My Baby," Jody Miller.

"I'll Be There," Johnny Bush.

"Sweet Dreams," Brenda Lee.

"Smell the Flowers," Jerry Reed.

"Love Isn't Gone,"  Bobby Lee Trammel.

"Johnny One Time," Brenda Lee.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1690

Ralph Emery Show No. 1285, 15 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1690

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"Let Him Have It," Jan Howard.

"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart.

"Anything's Better Than Nothing," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce.

"Kate," Johnny Cash.

"The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA,"  Donna Fargo.

"I've Found Someone of My Own,"  Cal Smith.

"Be My Baby," Jody Miller.

"Easy Loving," Freddie Hart.

"You Almost Slipped My Mind," Kenny Price.

"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1286, 16 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1691

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"Ain't Nothing Shaking," Billy Craddock.

"The Key's in the Mailbox," Freddie Hart.

"Bring Back the Love," Anne Murray.

"I Saw My Lady," Dickie Lee.

"Lonely Weekends," Jerry lee Lewis.

"I'll Be Whatever You Say," Wanda Jackson.

"Loose Talk," Freddie Hart.

"Fools," Johnny Duncan.

"The Cost of Living is Getting Higher,"  The Hagers.

"Touch Your Woman," Dolly Parton.

"Togetherness," Freddie Hart.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1287, 17 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1692

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"Sing a Long Song," Mayf Nutter.

"I'm No Angel," Freddie Hart.

"Everybody's Reaching Out for Someone," Pat Daisy.

"To Get to You," Jerry Wallace.

"If You Ever Need My Love," Jack Greene.

"Sad Situation," Skeeter Davis.

"Release Me," Freddie Hart.

"Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Country Music in My Soul," George Hamilton.

"My Heart Has a Mind of it's Own," Susan Raye.

"From a Jack to a King," Freddie Hart.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1288, 18 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1693

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"Cab Driver," Hank Thompson.

"Why Should I Cry Over You," Freddie Hart.

"Wichita Lineman," Jeannie Seely.

"That's Whay I Love You Like I Do," Sonny James.

"Jambalaya," Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

"Mrs. Robinson," Chet Atkins.

"Hank Williams Guitar," Freddie Hart.

"Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," Tammy Wynette.

"I'm the Man on Susie's Mind,"  Glen Barber.

"I'll Never fall in Love Again,"  Liz Anderson.

"Born a Fool," Freddie Hart.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1289, 19 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1694

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"A World of Our Own," Sonny James.

"Lying Again," Freddie Hart.

"Thanks for the Memories," Barbara Fairchild.

"Made in Japan," Buck Owens.

"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr.

"We Go Good Together," Jean Shepard.

"The Wall," Freddie Hart.

"Delta Dawn,"  Tanya Tucker.

"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall.

"It Takes You," Bob Luman.

"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1695

Ralph Emery Show No. 1415, 13 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1695

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"Is anybody Going to San Antone," Charley Pride.

"A Perfect Match," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"A Picture of Me," George Jones.

"Fool Me," Lynn Anderson.

"Lonesome 7-7203," Tony Booth.

"This Little Girl of Mine," Faron Young.

"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner.

"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride.

"My Man," Tammy Wynette.

"Baby Bye Bye," Dickie Lee.

"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1416, 14 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1696

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"Sea of Heartbreak," Kenny Price.

"In the Middle of Nowhere," Charley Pride.

"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden.

"More About John Henry," Tom T. Hall.

"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller.

"Snowbird," Chet Atkins.

"Don't Pay the Ransom," Nat Stuckey.

"I'd Rather Love You," Charley Pride.

"Funny Face," Donna Fargo.

"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings.

"It's Gonna Take a Little Bit Longer," Charley Pride.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1697

Ralph Emery Show No. 1417, 15 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1697

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"White Silver Sands," Sonny James.

"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride.

"Paradise,"  Jackie DeShannon.

"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You,"  O. B. McClinton.

"Help Me Make it Through the Night," Charlie McCoy.

"All Heaven Breaks Loose," David Rogers.

"If it Ain't Love," Connie Smith.

"Kaw-liga," Charley Pride.

"Happy Happy Birthday Baby," Sandy Posey.

"It's Not Love," Merle Haggard.

"Me and Bobby McGee," Charley Pride.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1698

Ralph Emery Show No. 1418, 16 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1698

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"You Ain't Gonna Have Ole Buck," Buck Owens.

"Wonder if I Could Live There Anymore," Charley Pride.

"Wheel of Fortune," Susan Raye.

"I Ain't Never," Mel Tillis.

"A World of Your Own," Sonny James.

"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck.

"Jerry's Breakdown," Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed.

"Nothing Left but Leaving Anyway," Charley Pride.

"Take it Easy on Your Mind," Sonny James.

"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson.

"All I Have to Offer You is Me," Charley Pride.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1419, 17 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1699

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"He Ain't Country,"  Claude King.

"Just Between You and Me," Charley Pride.

"Nothing Can Stop My Loving You,"  Patsy Sledd.

"Loving on Back Streets,"  Mel Street.

"Together Always," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Pride's Not Hard to Swallow," Hank Williams.

"Orange Blossom Special," Nashville Brass.

"Let Me Live," Charley Pride.

"Who's Gonna Play This Ole Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Holding On," Barbara Mandrell.

"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1425, 27 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1700

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"White Silver Sands," Sonny James.

"If It's Alright with You," Dottie West.

"I'm Gonna Sit Right Down," Brian Collins.

"Whole Lotta Loving," Hank and Lois.

"She Loves Me," Freddie Weller.

"Orange Blossom Special," Tommy Jones.

"My Heart Cries for You,"  Doyle Holly.

"That's Why I Love You Like I Do," Sonny James.

"Pass Me By,"  Johnny Rodriguez.

"Fool Me," Lynn Anderson.

"When the Snow is on the Roses," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1701

Ralph Emery Show No. 1426, 28 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1701

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"Proud Mary,"  Brush Arbor.

"Running Bear," Sonny James.

"The Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker.

"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride.

"Happiest Girl in Whole U.S.A.," Tammy Wynette.

"A Picture of Me," George Jones.

"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton.

"Young Love," Sonny James.

"Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Just for What I Am," Connie Smith.

"A World of Our Own," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1702

Ralph Emery Show No. 1427, 29 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1702

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"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner.

"You're the Only World I Know," Sonny James.

"Holdin' On," Barbara Mandrell.

"Soul Song,"  Joe Stampley.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Lonesome 7-7203," Tony Booth.

"Mystery Train," Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed.

"Suddenly There's a Valley," Sonny James.

"Mule skinner Blues," Dolly Parton.

"She's Got to be a Saint," Ray Price.

"Born to Be with You," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1703

Ralph Emery Show No. 1428, 30 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1703

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"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck.

"I'll Never Find Another You," Sonny James.

"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller.

"Midnight Flyer," The Osborne Brothers.

"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis.

"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden.

"A Perfect Match," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"Missing You," Sonny James.

"The World Needs a Melody," The Carters.

"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall.

"My Love," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1704

Ralph Emery Show No. 1429, 01 December 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1704

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"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson.

"Since I Met You Baby," Sonny James.

"Listen," Tommy Cash.

"Old Fashioned Singing," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"Huggin & Chalkin," Jerry Reed.

"I Really Don't Want to Know," Charlie McCoy.

"Tossin' and Turning,"  Ronnie Sessions.

"It's Just a Matter of Time," Sonny James.

"I Like Everything About Loving You,"  Bobbie Roy.

"This Much a Man," Marty Robbins.

"White Silver Sands," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1705

Ralph Emery Show No. 1430, 04 December 1972. Special Guest: Dave Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1705

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"Long Time Gone," Dave Dudley.

"One Last Time," Glen Campbell.

"Holdin' On," Barbara Mandrell.

"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Whole Lotta Lovin'," Hank Williamsjr. and Lois Johnson.

"She Called Me Baby,"  Dick Curless.

"Proud Mary," Brush Arbor.

"We Know it's Over,"  Dave O'Donnel and Karen O'Donnel.

"Bluegrass with Guts," Jerry Reed.

"Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall.

"Coming Down," Dave Dudley.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1706

Ralph Emery Show No. 1431, 05 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1706

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"My Heart Cried for You," Doyle Holly.

"You've Gotta Cry Girl," Dave Dudley.

"Cause I Love You," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson.

"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride.

"Good Time Charlie,"  Danny O'Keefe.

"Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker.

"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck.

"There Ain't No Easy Run," Dave Dudley.

"I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know,"  Jeannie Pruett.

"Everybody Loves a Song,"  Mac Davis.

"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1432, 06 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1707

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"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton.

"Six Days on the Road," Dave Dudley.

"Teardrops in My Heart," Sammi Smith.

"Loving on Back Streets," Mel Street.

"Just Before the News," Loggins & Mossina.

"Gonna Sit Down & Write a Letter," Brian Collins.

"My Man," Tammy Wynette.

"If it Feels Good Do It," Dave Dudley.

"The Day I Jumped From Uncle Harvey's Plane," Red Lane.

"I'll Take It,"  Jo Ann Sweeny.

"Listen Betty," Dave Dudley.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1433, 07 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1708

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"Listen," Tommy Cash.

"Please Let Me Prove," Dave Dudley.

"White Silver Sands," Sonny James.

"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller.

"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner.

"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings.

"She's My Rock,"  Stoney Edwards.

"Gettin' Back Together," Dave and Karen O'Donnel.

"Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden.

"Six Tons of Toys," Dave Dudley.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1434, 08 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1709

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"Good Ole Mountain Dew," Glen Campbell.

"George of the North Woods," Dave Dudley.

"Frosty the Snowman," Lynn Anderson.

"A Picture of Me," George Jones.

"We're Gonna Get Together," Buck Owens and Susan Raye.

"She Needs Someone to Hold Her," Conway Twitty.

"Ring of Fire,"  Tennessee Three.

"The Pool Shark," Dave Dudley.

"She's Got to Be a Saint," Ray Price.

"Sing Me a Love Song to Baby," Billy Walker.

"Old Time Merry Christmas," Dave Dudley.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1710

Ralph Emery Show No. 1460, 15 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1710

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"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely.

"I Must Be Doing Something Right,"  Roy Drusky.

"I Feel Fine,"  Kenny Vernon.

"The Loving Gift," Johnny Cash and June Carter.

"Texas Troubador Stomp,"  Texas Troubadours.

"Don't Tell Me your Troubles," Kenny Price.

"Statue of a Fool," Jack Greene.

"Don't Touch Me," Jeannie Seely.

"I Hate Good byes," Bobby Bare.

"Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1461, 16 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1711

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"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash.

"The King and I," Jeannie Seely.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Till I Get it Right," Tammy Wynette.

"Pretty Girl, Pretty Clothes, Pretty Sad," Jack Ward.

"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith.

"There Goes My Everything," Jack Greene.

"We Know an Ending," Jack Green and Jeannie Seely.

"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Soul Song," Joe Stampley.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1462, 17 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1712

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"Blue Train," George Hamilton.

"If You Ever Need My Love," Jack Greene.

"Alright I'll Sign the Papers," Jeannie Seely.

"She's My Rock," Stoney Edwards.

"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith.

"I Wonder if They Ever Think of Me," Merle Haggard.

"Holding On," Barbara Mandrell.

"What in the World Has Gone Wrong with Our Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Somewhere My Love," Red Steagall.

"If it Ain't Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"No More Hanging On," Jerry Lee Lewis.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1463, 18 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1713

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"Good Things," David Houston.

"It Just Doesn't Seem to Matter," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Wanting You, But Never Having You," Jack Greene.

"A Man Likes Things Like That,"  Charlie Louvin and Melba Montgomery.

"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis.

"Sunnyside Up," Po Boys.

"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings.

"Pride," Jeannie Seely.

"Danny's Song," Anne Murray.

"The World Needs a Melody," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"That's All That Matters," Glen Campbell.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1464, 19 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1714

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"No Love at All," Lynn Anderson.

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"We Found it in Each Other's Arms," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"I Take it on Home," Charley Rich.

"Rated X," Loretta Lynn.

"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens.

"Good Deal Lucille," Don Gibson.

"Do You Know What It's Like," Jerry Wallace.

"You're Heavy on My Mind," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"You Are My Treasure," Jack Greene.

"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1470, 29 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1715

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"I'm Gonna Keep on Loving You," Billy Walker.

"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith.

"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey.

"Sixteen Tons," Jerry Reed.

"Everybody's Somebody's Fool," Susan Raye.

"I Can See Clearly Now," Lloyd Green.

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"My Mind Hangs on to You," Billy Walker.

"Soul Song," Joe Stampley.

"Keep Me in Mind," Lynn Anderson.

"Elusive Butterfly," Billy Walker.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1716

Ralph Emery Show No. 1471, 30 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1716

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"Far Far Away," Kenny Price.

"Sing Me a Love Song to Baby," Billy Walker.

"Rated X," Loretta Lynn.

"You Call Everybody Darling," Lamar Morris.

"Monday Morning Secretary," The Statler Brothers.

"Don't Let Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton.

"Dueling Banjos," From Deliverance.

"Charley's Shoes," Billy Walker.

"Neither of Us," Bob Luman.

"Darling What's Happening to Us," Roger Burch.

"Darling Days," Billy Walker.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1472, 31 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1717

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"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash.

"When a Man Loves a Woman," Billy Walker.

"Good Things," David Houston.

"Till I get it Right," Tammy Wynette.

"I Love You More and More Everyday," Sonny James.

"Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker.

"Good Hearted Woman," Charley Pride.

"Cross the Brazos at Waco," Billy at Waco.

"A Man Likes Things Like That," Charlie Louvin and Melba Montgomery.

"Ajax Pet Store," Hudson and Landry.

"Circumstances," Billy Walker.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1473, 01 February 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1718

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"Somewhere My Love," Red Steagall.

"A Million and One," Billy Walker.

"Proud Mary," Brush Arbor.

"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez.

"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"You Lay So Easy on My Mind,"  Bobby G. Rice.

"Blue Train," George Hamilton.

"Funny How Time Slips Away," Billy Walker.

"She Fights That Loving Feeling," Faron Young.

"We Know It's Over," Dave Dudley and Karen O'Donnel.

"She Goes Walking Thru My Mind," Billy Walker.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1474, 02 February 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1719

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"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely.

"Smokey Places," Billy Walker.

"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton.

"Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich.

"A Place in the Sun," Glen Campbell.

"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens.

"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis.

"Anything Your Heart Desires," Billy Walker.

"Danny's Song," Anne Murray.

"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith.

"My Mind Hangs on to You," Billy Walker.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1475, 05 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1720

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"Don't Pay the Ransom," Nat Stuckey.

"Till I Get it Right," Tammy Wynette.

"I Can See Clearly Now," Lloyd Greene.

"Super Kind of Woman," Freddie Hart.

"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash.

"Good Things," David Houston.

"I Let Another Good One Get Away,"  Dorsey Burnett.

"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey.

"Love is the Look," Connie Smith.

"A Shoulder to Cry On," Charley Pride.

"Sweet Thang & Cisco," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1476, 06 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1721

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"I Believe in Music," The Statler Brothers.

"Is it Any Wonder I Love You," Nat Stuckey.

"Dueling Banjos," From Deliverance.

"If You're Goin' Girl," Don Gibson.

"Rated X," Loretta Lynn.

"It's Gonna Take Longer," Sonny James.

"Crystal Chandelier," Floyd Cramer.

"Sweet Thang," Nat Stuckey.

"Love Sure Feels Good in Heart," Susan Raye.

"Loving on Back Streets," Mel Street.

"Old Man Willis," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1477, 07 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1722

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"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely.

"Joe & Mabel's Bar & Grill," Nat Stuckey.

"Toast of 45," Sammi Smith.

"Do You Know What it's Like," Jerry Wallace.

"A Man Likes Things Like That," Charlie Louvin.

"Working Man's Blues," Merle Haggard.

"Soul Song," Joe Stampley.

"It's Impossible," Nat Stuckey.

"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall.

"Keep Me In Mind," Lynn Anderson.

"Plastic Saddle," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1478, 08 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1723

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"Carribean," Jerry Reed.

"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey.

"Come Live with Me," Roy Clark.

"If You Can Live with It," Bill Anderson.

"Superman," Donna Fargo.

"When a Man Loves a Woman," Tony Booth.

"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith.

"Rainy Night in Georgia," Nat Stuckey.

"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton.

"Thank You for Touching My Life," Tony Douglas.

"Cut Across Shorty," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1479, 09 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1724

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"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"House of the Rising Sun," Nat Stuckey.

"Danny's Song," Anne Murray.

"Waiting in Welfare Line," Buck Owens.

"Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich.

"Young Love," Nat Stuckey and Connie Smith.

"Evil on Your Mind," Jan Howard.

"Wakes Me with a Kiss Every Morning," Nat Stuckey.

"She Fights Loving Feeling," Faron Young.

"Blue Train," George Hamilton.

"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1500, 12 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1725

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"Go with Me," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson.

"Careless Love," Minnie Pearl.

"Pass Me By," Lynn Anderson.

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"Something About You I Love," Johnny Paycheck.

"Orange Blossom Special," Charlie McCoy.

"The World Needs a Melody," Tammy Wynette and George Jones.

"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl.

"Peace in the Valley,"  Red Foley.

"Walk Softly on the Bridges," Mel Street.

"If You Can Live with It," Bill Anderson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1501, 13 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1726

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"Say When," Diana Trask.

"Try to Live Some," Minnie Pearl.

"Super Kind of Woman," Freddie Hart.

"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"My Whole World is Falling Down," O. B. McClinton.

"We Found It," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"You Can Have Her," Waylon Jennings.

"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl.

"Walking Piece of Heaven," Marty Robbins.

"Working Man's Blues,"  Nashville All Stars.

"Losing Streak," Ray Stevens.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1502, 14 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1727

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"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis.

"Nobody's Business," Minnie Pearl and Red Sovine.

"Good News," Jody Miller.

"Good Things," David Houston.

"You Lay So Easy on My Mind," Bobby G. Rice.

"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash.

"Time to Love Again," Liz Anderson.

"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl.

"So Many Ways," Eddy Arnold.

"Songman," Cashman & West.

"Honky Tonk Wine," Wayne Kemp.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1503, 15 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1728

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"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith.

"Alabam," Minnie Pearl and Red Sovine.

"You Took Ramblin' Out of Me," Jerry Reed.

"Superman," Donna Fargo.

"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens.

"Monday Morning Secretary," The Statler Brothers.

"I Love You More and More Every Day," Sonny James.

"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl.

"She Fights That Loving Feeling," Faron Young.

"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton.

"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1504, 16 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1729

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"Keep On Trucking," Dave Dudley.

"What is an American," Minnie Pearl.

"If it Ain't Love," Jack Greene.

"Emptiest Arms in the World," Merle Haggard.

"Two Below in Tupelo,"  Jeris Ross.

"I Let Another Good One Get Away," Tommy Dorsey.

"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey.

"No More Hanging On," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Nobody Wins," Brenda Lee.

"A Shoulder to Cry On," Charley Pride.

"Y'all Come," Minnie Pearl.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1730

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 30 April 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1730

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1731

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 01 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1731

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1732

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 02 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1732

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1733

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 03 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1733

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1734

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 04 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1734

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1735

Ralph Emery Show No. 1555, 28 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1735

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"Rocky Top," Jimmy Dean.

"Good News," Jody Miller.

"Charley," The Glaser Brothers.

"Help Me Make it Through the Night,"  Little Jimmy Dempsey.

"Ravishing Ruby," Tom T. Hall.

"What About Me," Anne Murray.

"Big Bad John," Jimmy Dean.

"The Great Filling Station Holdup,"  Jimmy Buffet.

"Love is the Foundation," Loretta Lynn.

"Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town," Jimmy Dean.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1556, 29 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1736

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"My Travelin' Man," Dolly Parton.

"A Thing Called Love," Jimmy Dean.

"Satin Sheets," Jeanne Pruett.

"Children," Johnny Cash.

"Thunderclouds of Love," Patsy Sledd.

"Touch the Morning," Don Gibson.

"To Get to You," Jimmy Dean.

"You Were Always There," Donna Fargo.

"Slippin' and Slidin'," Billy Craddock.

"The One You Say Good Morning To," Jimmy Dean.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1557, 30 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1737

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"The Lonesomest Lonesome," Pat Daisy.

"Sweet Misery," Jimmy Dean.

"Give a Little, Take a Little," Barbara Mandrell.

"Working on a Feeling," Tommy Cash.

"Don't Fight the Feeling," Charley Pride.

"Drinking Wine Spodee-O-Dee," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Weakness in a Man," Jimmy Dean.

"When You're Gone," Carl Smith.

"Carribean," Buddy Allen.

"Back in Your Own Back Yard," Jimmy Dean.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1558, 31 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1738

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"Too Much Monkey Business," Freddie Weller.

"The First Thing Every Morning," Jimmy Dean.

"Kids Say the Darndest Things," Tammy Wynette.

"Baby's Gone," Conway Twitty.

"Daisy May,"  Terri Lynn.

"Ain't it Amazing Gracie," Buck Owens.

"Jackson," Jimmy Dean and Dottie West.

"Top of the World," Lynn Anderson.

"I Can Feel the Leavin' Coming On," Cal Smith.

"My Own Peculiar Way," Jimmy Dean.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1559, 01 June 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1739

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"Yellow Ribbon," Johnny Carver.

"These Hands," Jimmy Dean.

"Bring it on Home to Your Woman," Joe Stampley.

"We Had it All," Waylon Jennings.

"Say When," Diana Trask.

"Come Live with Me," Roy Clark.

"Send Me No Roses," Tommy Overstreet.

"Sweet Georgia Brown," Jimmy Dean.

"Chained," Johnny Russell.

"If the Whole World Stopped Loving," Eddie Arnold.

"To a Sleeping Beauty," Jimmy Dean.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1595, 23 July 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie C. Riley and Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1740

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"Touch the Morning," Don Gibson.

"Hush," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Open Up Your Heart," Roger Miller.

"Everybody's Had the Blues," Merle Haggard.

"Folsom Prison Blues," Jerry Reed.

"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson.

"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie C. Riley.

"The Corner of My Life," Bill Anderson.

"Let My Love Shine,"  Marti Brown.

"Go with Me," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1596, 24 July 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie C. Riley and Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1741

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"Bad Bad Leroy Brown,"  Anthony Armstrong Jones.

"Good Morning Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Woman Sensuous Woman," Don Gibson.

"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.

"Why Me," Kris Kristofferson.

"Far Far Away," Don Gibson.

"Harper Valley PTA," Jeannie C. Riley.

"You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me," Ray Price.

"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1597, 25 July 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie C. Riley and Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1742

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"Mm Mm Good," Del Reeves.

"The Girl Most Likely," Jeannie C. Riley.

"If You're Goin' Girl," Don Gibson.

"Darling You Can Always Come Back Home," Jody Miller.

"Lord, Mr. Ford," Jerry Reed.

"Country Green," Don Gibson.

"Houston Blues," Jeannie C. Riley.

"I Used it All On You," Nat Stuckey.

"Blood Red & Going Down," Tanya Tucker.

"She's All Woman," David Houston.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1598, 26 July 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie C. Riley and Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1743

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"Slippin' Away," Jean Shepard.

"A Stranger to Me," Don Gibson.

"Manhattan Kansas," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Sea of Heartbreak," Kenny Price.

"Today Will Be the First Day of the Rest of My Life,"  La Wanda Lindsey.

"Oh Lonesome Me," Don Gibson.

"Oh, Singer," Jeannie C. Riley.

"The Same Old Way,"  Stan Hitchcock.

"Top of the World," Lynn Anderson.

"Mr. Lovemaker," Johnny Paycheck.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1599, 27 July 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie C. Riley and Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1744

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"Nothing Ever Hurt Me," George Jones.

"One Night," Jeannie C. Riley.

"The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Don Gibson.

"Dream Painter," Connie Smith.

"Wake Up, Jacob," Porter Wagoner.

"If You've Got the Time," Red Steagall.

"It's a Man's World," Diana Trask.

"I Wish I Had Stayed," Brian Collins.

"Hush," Jeannie C. Riley.

"Touch the Morning," Don Gibson.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1745

Ralph Emery Show No. 1605, 06 August 1973. Special Guest: Stonewall Jackson and George Morgan. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1745

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"Waterloo," Stonewall Jackson.

"Darling You Can Always Come Back Home," Jody Miller.

"Mr. Ting-A-Ling," George Morgan.

"Satisfied Mind," Roy Drusky.

"Just What I Had in Mind," Faron Young.

"Herman Schwartz," Stonewall Jackson.

"Kid Stuff," Barbara Fairchild.

"You're the Only Good Thing," George Morgan.

"Dream Painter," Connie Smith.

"Everybody's Had the Blues," Merle Haggard.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1606, 07 August 1973. Special Guest: Stonewall Jackson and George Morgan. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1746

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"Kindly Keep it Country," Hank Thompson.

"Candy Kisses," George Morgan.

"Why I'm Walking," Stonewall Jackson.

"Love is the Foundation," Loretta Lynn.

"It Takes Time," Dave Dudley.

"Alone Again," Brush Arbor.

"Almost," George Morgan.

"Today Will Be the First Day of the Rest of My Life," La Wanda Lindsey.

"Me & You & a Dog Named Boo," Stonewall Jackson.

"Open Up Your Heart," Roger Miller.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1747

Ralph Emery Show No. 1607, 08 August 1973. Special Guest: Stonewall Jackson and George Morgan. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1747

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"Slippin' Away," Jean Shepard.

"Life to Go," Stonewall Jackson.

"Please Don't Let Me Love You," George Morgan.

"Super Star,"  Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass.

"Hush," Jeannie C. Riley.

"If You've Got the Time," Red Steagall.

"Nothing Ever Hurt Me," George Jones.

"A Wound Time Can't Erase," Stonewall Jackson.

"Blood Red & Going Down," Tanya Tucker.

"Room Full of Roses," George Morgan.

"Kids Say the Darndest Things," Tammy Wynette.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1748

Ralph Emery Show No. 1608, 09 August 1973. Special Guest: Stonewall Jackson and George Morgan. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1748

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"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Don't Be Angry," Stonewall Jackson.

"Is Anybody Going to San Antone," George Morgan.

"Champagne,"  The Strangers.

"Oh Woman," Jack Barlow.

"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"You Really Haven't Changed," Johnny Carver.

"Mary Don't You Weep," Stonewall Jackson.

"Would You walk with Me Jimmy," Arleene Hardin.

"Born to Be with You," George Morgan.

"Bring Back My Yesterday," Glen Campbell.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1749

Ralph Emery Show No. 1609, 10 August 1973. Special Guest: Stonewall Jackson and George Morgan. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1749

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"Bad, Bad Leroy Brown," Anthony Armstrong Jones.

"Wichita Lineman," George Morgan.

"I Wash My Hands in Muddy Water," Stonewall Jackson.

"Riders in the Sky," Roy Clark.

"Heaven on Earth," Sonny James.

"Mm Mm Good," Del Reeves.

"That Lucky Old Sun," Jerry Reed.

"It's a Man's World," Diana Trask.

"Come Early Morning,"  Narvel Felts.

"Mr. Ting-A-Ling," George Morgan.

"Herman Schwartz," Stonewall Jackson.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1750

Ralph Emery Show No. 1631, 10 September 1973. Special Guest: Faron Young. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1750

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"Broad-Minded Man," Jim Ed Brown.

"Even the Bad Times Are Good," Faron Young.

"Why Me, Lord," Loretta Young.

"Riding My Thumb to Mexico," Johnny Rodriguez.

"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Sugarman,"  Peggy Little.

"Four in the Morning," Faron Young.

"Arms Full of Empty," Buck Owens.

"Blood Red & Going Down," Tanya Tucker.

"Love is the Foundation," Faron Young.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1632, 11 September 1973. Special Guest: Faron Young. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1751

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"Sawmill," Mel Tillis.

"Wine Me Up," Faron Young.

"Kid Stuff," Barbara Fairchild.

"If That Back Door Could Talk," Ronnie Session.

"Alone with You," Faron Young.

"Bring it on Home to Your Woman," Conway Twitty.

"Country & Pop Music," Urel Albert.

"She Fights That Loving Feeling," Faron Young.

"Too Much Hold Back,"  Little David Wilkins.

"Don't Fight That Lovin' Feeling," Charley Pride.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1752

Ralph Emery Show No. 1633, 12 September 1973. Special Guest: Faron Young. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1752

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"A Perfect Stranger," Freddie Wheller.

"To Get to You," Faron Young.

"Darling You Can Always Come Back Home," Jody Miller.

"Open Up Your Heart," Roger Miller.

"I'm Your Woman," Jean Pruett.

"Oh Woman," Jack Barlow.

"This Little Girl of Mine," Faron Young.

"Warm Love," Don Gibson.

"Love & Honor,"  Kenny Serratt.

"Hello Walls," Faron Young.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1634, 13 September 1973. Special Guest: Faron Young. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1753

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"Oh, Oh, I'm Falling in Love," Eddy Arnold.

"Sweet Dreams," Faron Young.

"Sing About Love," Lynn Anderson.

"You're the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me," Ray Price.

"I Wish You Had Stayed," Brian Collins.

"It's Warm with Love in Here," Faron Young.

"Cotton Jenny," Brush Arbor.

"I Need Somebody Bad," Jack Greene.

"Slippin' Away," Jean Sheppard.

"Just What I Had in Mind," Faron Young.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1754

Ralph Emery Show No. 1635, 14 September 1973. Special Guest: Faron Young. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1754

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1755

Ralph Emery Show No. 1640, 24 September 1973. Special Guest: Dolly Parton. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1755

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"Mule Skinner Blues," Dolly Parton.

"The Most Beautiful Girl," Charlie Rich.

"Sing About Love," Lynn Anderson.

"Sometimes a Memory Just Ain't Enough," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"A Perfect Stranger," Freddie Wheeler.

"Wake Up Jacob," Porter Wagoner.

"Bubbling Over," Dolly Parton.

"Shenandoah," Charlie McCoy.

"Allegheny," Johnny Cash and June Carter.

"Touch Your Woman," Dolly Parton.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1641, 25 September 1973. Special Guest: Dolly Parton. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1756

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"Dixie Fried," Carl Perkins.

"Crackerjack," Dolly Parton.

"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"I'll Never Break These Chains," Tommy Overstreet.

"Be Certain," Terri Lane.

"Joshua," Dolly Parton.

"You've Never Been This Far Before," Conway Twitty.

"Sugarman," Peggy Little.

"Sawmill," Mel Tillis.

"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1757

Ralph Emery Show No. 1642, 26 September 1973. Special Guest: Dolly Parton. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1757

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1758

Ralph Emery Show No. 1643, 27 September 1973. Special Guest: Dolly Parton. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1758

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"Riding My Thumb to Mexico," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Kentucky Gambler," Dolly Parton.

"Open Up Your Heart," Roger Miller.

"Hank & Lefty Raised My Country Soul," Stoney Edwards.

"The Coat of many Colors," Dolly Parton.

"Oh, Oh I'm Falling in Love," Eddy Arnold.

"The Midnight Oil," Barbara Mandrell.

"Till the Water Stops Running," Billy Crash Craddock.

"Just Because I'm a Woman," Dolly Parton.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1644, 28 September 1973. Special Guest: Dolly Parton. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1759

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"I Wish I Had Stayed," Brian Collins.

"Washday Blues," Dolly Parton.

"Say Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose,"  Terry Stafford.

"Satin Sheets," Loretta Lynn.

"The Town Where You Live," Mel Street.

"The Beginning," Dolly Parton.

"Kentucky Sunshine," Wayne Kemp.

"Country Sunshine," Dottie West.

"Hank," Hank Williamsjr.

"Bubbling Over," Dolly Parton.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1760

Ralph Emery Show No. 1680, 19 November 1973. Special Guest: Melba Montgomery and Grandpa Jones. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1760

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"Wherefore and Why," Glen Campbell.

"Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long," Melba Montgomery.

"Eight More Miles to Louisville," Grandpa Jones.

"I'll Be Doggone,"  Penny DeHaven.

"Carry Me Back," The Statler Brothers.

"Rolling Rig," Dave Dudley.

"Wrap Your Love Around Me," Melba Montgomery.

"Are You From Dixie," Grandpa Jones.

"You Lay so Easy on My Mind," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Fiddlin' Around," Chet Atkins.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1681, 20 November 1973. Special Guest: Melba Montgomery and Grandpa Jones. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1761

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"Song and Dance Man," Johnny Paycheck.

"Blood Red & Going Down," Melba Montgomery.

"Old Rattler," Grandpa Jones.

"I Believe in the Sunshine," Roger Miller.

"Ain't Love a Good Thing," Connie Smith.

"The Most Beautiful Girl," Charlie Rich.

"Why Me," Melba Montgomery.

"Mountain Dew," Grandpa Jones.

"Jolene," Dolly Parton.

"Sawmill," Mel Tillis.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1682, 21 November 1973. Special Guest: Melba Montgomery and Grandpa Jones. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1762

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"I'm Moving On," Danny Davis and Nashville Brass.

"T for Texas," Grandpa Jones.

"Satin Sheets," Melba Montgomery.

"I Love," Tom T. Hall.

"House of the Rising Sun," Jody Miller.

"The Fiddle Man," Red Steagall.

"Johnny One Time," Melba Montgomery.

"Old Blue," Grandpa Jones.

"Little Girl Gone," Donna Fargo.

"You Ask Me To," Waylon Jennings.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1683, 22 November 1973. Special Guest: Melba Montgomery and Grandpa Jones. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1763

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"That's What I'll Do," Don Gibson.

"Falling Leaves," Grandpa Jones.

"Something to Brag About," Melba Montgomery and Charlie Louvin'.

"Paper Roses," Marie Osmond.

"Rosie Cries a Lot," Ferlin Huskey.

"Got Leaving on Her Mind," Nat Stuckey.

"Lonely Street," Melba Montgomery.

"The Huntin's Over for Tonight," Grandpa Jones.

"Amazing Love," Charley Pride.

"Come on Phone," Jean Shepard.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1684, 23 November 1973. Special Guest: Melba Montgomery and Grandpa Jones. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1764

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"Sunday Sunrise," Brenda Lee.

"He's My Man," Melba Montgomery.

"Daylight Savings Time," Grandpa Jones.

"We're Gonna Hold On," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"The Last Love Song," Hank Williamsjr.

"If You Can't Feel It," Freddie Hart.

"Sing About Love," Lynn Anderson.

"Mystery Train,"  Thumbs Carlisle.

"Wrap Your Love Around Me," Melba Montgomery.

"The Christmas Guest," Grandpa Jones.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1765

Ralph Emery Show No. 1720, 14 January 1974. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1765

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"She's Got Everything I Need," Eddy Arnold.

"Another Lonely Song," Tammy Wynette.

"I'm Still Loving You," Joe Stampley.

"Rosie Cries a Lot," Ferlin Husky.

"Hey Loretta," Loretta Lynn.

"Rolling Rig," Dave Dudley.

"I Really Don't Want to Know," Eddy Arnold.

"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash.

"Lucky Ladies," Jeanne Seely.

"Turn the World Around," Eddy Arnold.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1721, 15 January 1974. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1766

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"Never Ending Song of Love," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"Make the World Go Away," Eddy Arnold.

"Daddy What If," Bobby Bare.

"Would You Lay with Me," Tanya Tucker.

"Atta Way to Go," Don Williams.

"Any Time," Eddy Arnold.

"Keep Me in Mind," Lynn Anderson.

"Song and Dance Man," Johnny Paycheck.

"And I Love You So," Barbara Fairchild.

"If I Ever Make It," Eddy Arnold.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1767

Ralph Emery Show No. 1722, 16 January 1974. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1767

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"Jolene," Dolly Parton.

"If the Whole World Stopped Lovin'," Eddy Arnold.

"That's the Way Love Goes," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Just One More Song," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"World of Make Believe," Bill Anderson.

"Oh, Oh I'm Falling in Love," Eddy Arnold.

"Cattle Call," Eddy Arnold.

"The Last Love Song," Hank Williamsjr.

"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Charley McCoy.

"What's He Doing in My World," Eddy Arnold.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1723, 17 January 1974. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1768

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"Tonight Someone is Falling in Love," Johnny Carver.

"Bouquet of Roses," Eddy Arnold.

"I Love," Tom T. Hall.

"Love Song," Anne Murray.

"Sometime Sunshine," Jim Ed Brown.

"Come on Phone," Jean Shepard.

"I'll Hold You in My Heart," Eddy Arnold.

"Once You've Had the Best," George Jones.

"Ain't it Good," Barbara Mandrell.

"Love is So Elusive," Eddy Arnold.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1724, 18 January 1974. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1769

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"Ain't Love a Good Thing," Connie Smith.

"I'd Prefer to Do it Again," Eddy Arnold.

"Wrong Ideas," Brenda Lee.

"I Believe in the Sunshine," Roger Miller.

"Happy Hour," Tony Booth.

"Sweet Magnolia Blossom," Billy Crash Craddock.

"How's the World Treating You," Eddy Arnold.

"Big Game Hunter," Buck Owens.

"Wake Me Into Love,"  Bug Logan & Wilma Burgess.

"She's Got Everything I Need," Eddy Arnold.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1770

Ralph Emery Show No. 1730, 28 January 1974. Special Guest: Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1770

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"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Snap Your Fingers," Don Gibson.

"Too Many Memories," Bobby Lewis.

"Hey Loretta," Loretta Lynn.

"I Love," Tom T. Hall.

"Sometime Sunshine," Jim Ed Brown.

"Here I Am Again," Loretta Lynn.

"George Leroy Chickashea," Porter Wagoner.

"I Love You, I Love You," Barbara Mandrell and David Houston.

"I Wanna Be Free," Loretta Lynn.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1731, 29 January 1974. Special Guest: Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1771

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"Song and Dance Man," Johnny Paycheck.

"One's on the Way," Loretta Lynn.

"I've Just Got to Know," Freddie Weller.

"Bells of St. Mary," Chet Atkins.

"Daddy, What If," Bobby Bare.

"Rosie Cries a Lot," Ferlin Husky.

"Rated X," Loretta Lynn.

"The Baptism of Jesse Taylor," Johnny Russell.

"Tonight Someone is Falling in Love," Johnny Carver.

"You're Looking at Country," Loretta Lynn.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1732, 30 January 1974. Special Guest: Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1772

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"Never Ending Song of Love," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"Don't Come Home a Drinking," Loretta Lynn.

"When your Good Love Was Mine," Narvel Felts.

"Jolene," Dolly Parton.

"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott," Statler Brothers.

"Coal Miners Daughter," Loretta Lynn.

"World of Make Believe," Bill Anderson.

"That's the Way Love Goes," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Blue Kentucky Girl," Loretta Girl.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1733, 31 January 1974. Special Guest: Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1773

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"Sweet Magnolia Blossom," Billy Crash Craddock.

"Before I'm Over You," Loretta Lynn.

"Midnight, Me & the Blues," Mel Tillis.

"Just One More Song," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

"Happy Hour," Tony Booth.

"Uptown Poker Club," Jerry Reed.

"You Ain't Woman Enough," Loretta Lynn.

"Every Day Woman," Kenny Starr.

"There Won't Be Anymore," Charlie Rich.

"If You Touch Me," Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1734, 01 February 1974. Special Guest: Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1774

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"Satisfied Mind," Glen Campbell.

"Love is the Foundation," Loretta Lynn.

"I'm Still Loving You," Joe Stampley.

"Ain't Love a Good Thing," Connie Smith.

"Brassy Blue Grass," Danny Davis.

"Working for the Lord," Loretta Lynn.

"Amarillo by Morning," Terry Stafford.

"Will You Lay with Me," Tanya Tucker.

"Louisiana Man," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Hey Loretta," Loretta Lynn.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1775

Ralph Emery Show No. 1790, 22 April 1974. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1775

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"I'll Never Find Another You," Sonny James.

"I'll Try a Little Bit Harder," Donna Fargo.

"Country Lullaby," John Carver.

"Smile for Me," Lynn Anderson.

"Pop a Top," Conway Twitty.

"Rainbow Love," Don Gibson.

"Is it Wrong," Sonny James.

"Last Time I saw Him," Dottie West.

"I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today,"  Gary Sargeants.

"Running Bear," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1791, 23 April 1974. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1776

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"Stop the World and Let Me Off," Susan Raye.

"When the Snow is on the Roses," Sonny James.

"The Jet Set," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"Something," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Play With Me," Penny DeHaven.

"White Silver Sands," Sonny James.

"Paper Roses,"  Marie Osmond.

"Honeymoon Feelin'," Roy Clark.

"The Telephone Call," George Jones and Tina.

"Born to Be with You," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1792, 24 April 1974. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1777

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"Superskirt,"  Connie Cato.

"A World of Our Own," Sonny James.

"Wake Me into Love," Bud Logan and Wilma Burgess.

"I'm Wanting To," Marty Robbins.

"She's Almost an Angel," Sonny James.

"Country Bumpkin," Cal Smith.

"Young Love," Sonny James.

"Dallas," Connie Smith.

"Satisfied Man," Charlie Rich.

"You're the Only World I Know," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1793, 25 April 1974. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1778

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"Tore Down," Porter Wagoner.

"I Love You More & More Every Day," Sonny James.

"Is Anybody Going to San Antone," Charley Pride.

"Things Aren't Funny Anymore," Merle Haggard.

"That Same Old Look of Love," David Houston.

"Abilene," Sonny James.

"No Charge," Melba Montgomery.

"Hello Love," Hank Snow.

"Baby Doll," Barbara Fairchild.

"My Love," Sonny James.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1794, 26 April 1974. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1779

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"Natural to Be Gone," Bobbie Gentry.

"You're Free to Go," Sonny James.

"Sweet Georgia Brown," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"I Love You, I Love You," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"Crude Oil Blues," Jerry Reed.

"Just Don't Stop Loving Me," Sonny James.

"I Just had You on My Mind,"  Sue Richards.

"Houston," Glen Campbell.

"At the Time," Jean Shepard.

"It is Wrong," Sonny James.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1780

Ralph Emery Show No. 1800, 13 May 1974. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1780

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"There's a Big Wheel," Dottie West.

"We Could," Charley Pride.

"The Streak," Ray Stevens.

"They Don't Make Em Like My Daddy," Loretta Lynn.

"Some Kind of Woman," Faron Young.

"Last Time I Saw Him," Dottie West.

"I'd Fight the World," Jim Reeves.

"Never Ending Song of Love," George Jones and Tammy Wynette.

"Like a First Time Thing," Ray Price.

"Would You Hold it Against Me," Dottie West.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1801, 14 May 1974. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1781

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"Don't Let Go," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce.

"Country Sunshine," Dottie West.

"20th Century Drifter," Marty Robbins.

"Thank You World," The Statler Brothers.

"Telephone Call," George Jones and Tina.

"Country Bumpkin," Cal Smith.

"Here Comes My Baby Back Again," Dottie West.

"Rainy Night in Georgia," Hank Williamsjr.

"I Never Had it So Good," Eddy Alan.

"Rocky Top," Dottie West.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1802, 15 May 1974. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1782

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"Honeymoon Feelin'," Roy Clark.

"Paper Mansions," Dottie West.

"This Time," Waylon Jennings.

"Stop the World & Let Me Off," Susan Raye.

"My Part of Forever," Johnny Paycheck.

"Just What I've Been Looking For," Dottie West.

"Ole Blue," Paul Ott.

"Silver Threads & Golden Needles,"  Linda Ronstadt.

"The Older the Violin the Sweeter the Music," Hank Thompson.

"Rings of Gold," Dottie West and Don Gibson.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1803, 16 May 1974. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1783

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"Lover, Fighter, Wild Horse Rider,"  Guy Shannon.

"If it's Alright with You," Dottie West.

"Things Aren't Funny Anymore," Merle Haggard.

"If You Love Me Let Me Know,"  Olivia Newton John.

"Cannonball Rag," Chet Atkins and Merle Haggard.

"Country Girl," Dottie West.

"King of the Road," Roger Miller.

"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton.

"Jeannie Marie You Were a Lady," Tommy Overstreet.

"The House of Love," Dottie West.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1804, 17 May 1974. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1784

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"Let the Four Winds Blow," Jack Reno.

"The Lady," Dottie West.

"A Very Special Love Song," Charlie Rich.

"Dance with Me Just One More Time," Johnny Rodriguez.

"We Should Be Together," Don Williams.

"It Must Be Him," Dottie West.

"One Day at a Time," Don Gibson.

"I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today,"  Moe Bandy.

"Ragged Old Flag," Johnny Cash.

"Last Time I Saw Him," Dottie West.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1855, 22 July 1974. Special Guest: Webb Pierce. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1785

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"I Ain't Never," Webb Pierce.

"Leave Me Alone," Arlene Hardin.

"It's a Monster's Holiday," Buck Owens.

"The Grand Tour," George.

"Ruby Are You Mad at Your Man," Nashville Brass.

"As Soon as I hang Up the Phone," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.

"Take the Time it Takes," Webb Pierce.

"The Man That Turned My Mama On," Tanya Tucker.

"It's That Time of Night," Jim Ed Brown.

"Tupelo County Jail," Webb Pierce.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1856, 23 July 1974. Special Guest: Webb Pierce. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1786

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"You Can't Be a Beacon," Donna Fargo.

"Little Rosa," Red Sovine.

"Sugar Foot Rag," Floyd Cramer.

"Dance with Me One More Time," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Your Pretty Roses Came Too Late," Melba Montgomery.

"Bonaparte's Retreat," Glen Campbell.

"There Stands the Glass," Webb Pierce.

"Talking to the Wall," Lynn Anderson.

"Help Me," Elvis Presley.

"In the Jail House Now," Webb Pierce.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1857, 24 July 1974. Special Guest: Webb Pierce. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1787

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"Old Man From the Mountain," Merle Haggard.

"More and More," Webb Pierce.

"The Wrong in Loving You," Faron Young.

"Natural Woman," Jody Miller.

"The Want To's," Freddie Hart.

"Love Love Love," Webb Pierce.

"Thank You World," The Statler Brothers.

"It's That Time of Night," Jim Ed Brown.

"I Never Knew," Connie Smith.

"I Don't Care," Webb Pierce.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1858, 25 July 1974. Special Guest: Webb Pierce. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1788

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"Treat Me Like a Lady," Sherry Bryce.

"Slowly," Webb Pierce.

"Sing for the Good Times," Jack Greene.

"This Time I Almost Made It," Barbara Mandrell.

"Keep On Loving me," Johnny Paycheck.

"Wondering," Webb Pierce.

"Don't You Think," Marty Robbins.

"Hello Out There," La Wanda Lindsey.

"Stomp Them Grapes," Mel Tillis.

"I'm Walking the Dog," Webb Pierce.

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Ralph Emery Show No. 1859, 26 July 1974. Special Guest: Webb Pierce. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1789

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"Rub it In," Billy Crash Craddock.

"I'm Tired," Webb Pierce.

"You Make Me Feel More Like a Man," Mel Street.

"Restless,"  Crystal Gail.

"It's That Time of Night," Jim Ed Brown.

"My Wife's House," Jerry Wallace.

"I'm Gonna Be a Swinger," Webb Pierce.

"I'd Fight the World," Jim Reeves.

"Country Girl," Olivia Newton John.

"Take the Time it Takes," Webb Pierce.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1790

Ralph Emery Show No. 1880, 26 August 1974. Special Guest: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1790

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"If it Ain't Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Don't Tell That Sweet Old Lady of Mine," Johnny Carver.

"I'm a Rambling Man," Waylon Jennings.

"He Can Be Mine," Jeannie Seely.

"Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends,"  Ronnie Milsap.

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene.

"Ten Commandments of Love," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell.

"Dance with Me One More Time," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely.

"Sing for the Good Times," Jack Greene.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1791

Ralph Emery Show No. 1881, 27 August 1974. Special Guest: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1791

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"It's a Monster Holiday," Buck Owens.

"Pride," Jeannie Seely.

"It's Time to Cross That Bridge," Jack Greene.

"I Never Knew," Connie Smith.

"I Love My Friend," Charlie Rich.

"Love Takes Care of Me," Jack Greene.

"Don't Touch Me," Jeannie Seely.

"Country Is," Tom T. Hall.

"Hold on to Your Man," Diana Trask.

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1792

Ralph Emery Show No. 1882, 28 August 1974. Special Guest: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1792

12" Transcription Disc

"Bonaparte's Retreat," Glen Campbell.

"I Miss You," Jeannie Seely.

"Statue of a Fool," Jack Greene.

"Woman to Woman," Tammy Wynette.

"The Great Divide," Roy Clark.

"Heart Over Mind," Jeannie Seely.

"All the Time," Jack Greene.

"Please Don't Stop Loving Me," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

"Bring Back Your Love to Me," Don Gibson.

"Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1793

Ralph Emery Show No. 1883, 29 August 1974. Special Guest: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1793

12" Transcription Disc

"Highway Headin' South," Porter Wagoner.

"Can I Sleep in Your Arms," Jeannie Seely.

"Until My Dreams Come True," Jack Greene.

"In My Little Corner of the World," Marie Osmond.

"The Want To's," Freddie Hart.

"There Goes My Everything," Jack Greene.

"Lucky Ladies," Jeannie Seely.

"The Way I'm Needing You,"  Cliff Cochran.

"Like a First Time Thing," Ray Price.

"What in the World Has Gone Wrong with Our Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1794

Ralph Emery Show No. 1884, 30 August 1974. Special Guest: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR-20376/1794

12" Transcription Disc

"Hey There Girl," David Rogers.

"I'd Do as Much for You," Jeannie Seely.

"I Need Somebody Bad," Jack Greene.

"Rub it In," Billy Crash Craddock.

"Come on in and Let Me Love You," Lois Johnson.

"The World Needs a Melody," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely.

"Holding Things Together," Merle Haggard.

"Talking to the Wall," Lynn Anderson.

"Sing for the Good Times," Jack Greene.

"He Can Be Mine," Jeannie Seely.

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48 items.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1795

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 27 May-03 June 1979. Debi Bass Special. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1795

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1796

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 10-17 June 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1796

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1797

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 24 June-01 July 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1797

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1798

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 08-15 July 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1798

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1799

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 22-29 July 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1799

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1800

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 30 September-07 October 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1800

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1801

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 14-21 October 1979. Gene Watson Special #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1801

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1802

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 28 October-04 November 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1802

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1803

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 11-18 November 1979. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1803

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1804

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 06-13 January 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1804

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1805

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 18-25 February 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1805

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1806

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 03-10 March 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1806

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1807

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 16-23 March 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1807

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1808

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 30 March-06 April 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1808

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1809

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 11-18 May 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1809

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1810

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 06-13 July 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1810

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1811

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 26 October-02 November 1980. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1811

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1812

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 12-19 April 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1812

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1813

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 26 April-03 May 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1813

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1814

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 10-17 May 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1814

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1815

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 24-31 May 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1815

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1816

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 07-14 June 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1816

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1817

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 21-28 June 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1817

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1818

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 02-16 August 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1818

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1819

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 30 August-20 September 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1819

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1820

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 27 September-18 October 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1820

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1821

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 25 October-15 November 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1821

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1822

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 22 November-13 December 1981. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1822

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1823

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 20 December-10 January 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1823

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1824

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 17 January-07 February 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1824

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1825

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 22 May-05 June 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1825

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1826

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 04-25 December 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1826

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1827

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 01-22 August 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1827

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1828

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 29 August-19 September 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1828

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1829

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 26 September-17 October 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1829

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1830

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 07-28 November 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1830

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1831

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 05-26 December 1982. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1831

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1832

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 02-23 January 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1832

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1833

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 30 January-20 February 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1833

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1834

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 27 February-20 March 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1834

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1835

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 27 March-17 April 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1835

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1836

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 24 April-15 May 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1836

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1837

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 19 June-10 July 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1837

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1838

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 17 July-07 August 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1838

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1839

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 14 August-04 September 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1839

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1840

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 11 September-02 October 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1840

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Transcription Disc TR-20376/1841

Country Roads. The U.S. Army Forces Command Country & Western Music Program. 09-30 October 1983. #20376, Series: "4. Country Roads, 1979-1983." TR-20376/1841

12" Transcription Disc

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23 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by issue number.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1842

Navy Hoedown. Series 5: Programs 3 and 4. Dave Dudley. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1842

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1843

Navy Hoedown. Series 19: Programs 1 and 2. Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1843

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1844

Navy Hoedown. Series 19: Programs 3 and 4. Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1844

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1845

Navy Hoedown. Series 20: Programs 1 and 2. Skeeter Davis. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1845

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1846

Navy Hoedown. Series A: Programs NH9-35 and NH9-36. Jack Greene with Joannie Hall, guest star. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1846

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1847

Navy Hoedown. Series A: Programs NH9-41 and NH9-42. Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1847

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1848

Navy Hoedown. Series A: Programs NH9-45 and NH9-46. Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1848

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1849

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH70-11 and NH70-12. Bobby Bare. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1849

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1850

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH70-13 and NH70-14. Bobby Bare. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1850

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1851

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH70-27 and NH70-28. Dave Dudley. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1851

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1852

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH70-35 and NH70-36. Linda Kay Lance. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1852

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1853

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH70-37 and NH70-38. Linda Kay Lance. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1853

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1854

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH73-33 and NH73-34. Bobby Bare. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1854

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Streets of Baltimore."

"Four Strong Winds."

"Detroit City."

"God Bless America Again."

Side Two:

"Shame on Me."

"Miller's Cave."

"I Hate Goodbyes."

"Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1855

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH73-35 and NH73-36. Bobby Bare. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1855

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"I'd Fight the World."

"Me and Bobby McGee."

"All American Boy."

"That's How I Got to Memphis."

Side Two:

"Sylvia's Mother."

"Maggie's at the Lincoln Park Inn."

"Five Hundred Miles Away From Home."

"Jesus Christ, What a Man."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1856

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH73-41 and NH73-42. Don Gibson. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1856

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Oh. Lonesome Me."

"I Can't Stop Loving You."

"Just One Time."

"Woman (Sensuous Woman)."

Side Two:

"If You're Going Girl."

"Sea of Heartbreak."

"Legend in My Time."

"Where No One Stands Alone."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1857

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH73-37 and NH73-38. Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1857

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"True, True Lovin'."

"Keeps Right on Hurtin'."

"Sweet Misery."

"Money Greases the Wheel."

Side Two:

"Easy Lovin'."

"Always in Always."

"Just Plain Lonely."

"White Fences and Evergreen Trees."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1858

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH73-39 and NH73-40. Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1858

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"One More Time."

"Your Sweet Love Lifted Me."

"Let's Put Our World Back Together."

"Forever Yours."

Side Two:

"That's Whay I Love You So Much."

"Wings of a Dove."

"The True and Lasting Kind."

"That's What I'd Do."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1859

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH74-1 and NH74-2. Roy Drusky. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1859

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Long, Long Texas Road."

"Strangers."

"Welcome to My World."

"Peel Me a Nanner."

Side Two:

"Anymore."

"Three Hearts in a Tangle."

"Don't it Make You Want to Go Home."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1860

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH74-3 and NH74-4. Roy Drusky. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1860

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"White Lightning Express."

"I Must Be Doing Somethin' Right."

"Second Hand Rose."

"If the Whole World Stopped Lovin'."

Side Two:

"All My Hard Times."

"The Last Time I Called Somebody Darlin'."

"Without You Baby."

"My Window Faces the South."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1861

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH74-25 and NH74-26. Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1861

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"He's My Man."

"Don't Keep Me Lonely Too Long."

"I Love Him Because He's That Way."

"Say You'll Never Leave Me."

Side Two:

"We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds."

"Wrap Your Love Around Me."

"Craw-Dad Song."

"Country Written Up and Down Her Face."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1862

Navy Hoedown. Programs NH74-27 and NH74-28. Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1862

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Let Me Show You How I Can."

"Lonely Street."

"Blood Red and Going Down."

"I Hope I Never Love That Way Again."

Side Two:

"Eloy Crossing."

"Satin Sheets."

"Let's All Go Down to the River."

"Foolin' Around."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1863

Navy Hoedown. Audition Disc. Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series: "5. Navy Hoedown, circa 1970-1976." TR-20376/1863

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"The Whole World Comes to Me."

"Help Me Make it Through the Night."

"Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You."

"There Goes My Everything."

Side Two:

"Take Me to Your World."

"The Race is On."

"I Don't Want Play House."

"Family Bible."

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48 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by issue number.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1864

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 3: Programs 1 and 2. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1864

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Lonesome," Tony Booth.

"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson.

"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette.

"South," Roger Miller.

Side Two:

"Bed of Roses," The Statler Brothers.

"Tender Years," George Jones.

"What's Made Milwaukee Famous," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Step Aside," Faron Young.

"The One I Can't Live Without," Loretta Lynn.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1865

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 4: Programs 7 and 8. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1865

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"I Washed My Face in the Morning Dew," Tom T. Hall.

"These Are Not My People," Freddy Weller.

"The Country Hall of Fame," Hank Locklin.

"The Right Combination," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton.

Side Two:

"I'll Just Have a Cup of Coffee," Claude Gray.

"Fifteen Years Ago," Conway Twitty.

"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton.

"The Richest Man," Eddy Arnold.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1866

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 7: Programs 7 and 8. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1866

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Mexican Joe," Jim Reeves.

"Life Has its Little Ups and Downs," Charlie Rich.

"Shake Me I Rattle,"  Marion Worth.

"Call Me Mr. Brown,"  Skeets McDonald.

Side Two:

"Just One Time," Don Gibson.

"The Image of Me," Conway Twitty.

"She's Got You,"  Patsy Cline.

"I've Cried," Crystal Gail.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1867

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 9: Programs 7 and 8. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1867

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Don't Come Home A Drinkin'," Loretta Lynn.

"Apartment #9," Tammy Wynette.

"The Bottle Let Me Down," Merle Haggard.

"Almost Persuaded," David Houston.

Side Two:

"Help Stamp Out Loneliness," Stonewall Jackson.

"Danny Boy," Ray Price.

"There Goes My Everything," Jack Greene.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1868

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 9: Programs 9 and 10. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1868

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Kay," John Wesley Ryles.

"Please Let Me Prove," Dave Dudley.

"I Believe in Love," Bonnie Guitar.

"Harper Valley P. T. A.," Jeannie C. Riley.

Side Two:

"I'd Rather Be Gone," Hank Williamsjr.

"Where the Blue and Lonely Go," Roy Drusky.

"A Week in the Country Jail," Tom T. Hall.

"All I Have to Offer You (Is Me)," Charley Pride.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1869

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 9: Programs 11 and 12. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1869

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"She Goes Walkin' Through My Mind," Billy Walker.

"Willy Jones," Susan Raye.

"He's Everywhere," Sammi Smith.

"Wings Upon Your Horns," Loretta Lynn.

Side Two:

"Tonight My Baby's Comin' Home," Barbara Mandrell.

"Nashville," David Houston.

"Good Lovin'," Tammy Wynette.

"I Won't Mention it Again," Ray Price.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1870

Sounds of Solid Country. United States Marine Corps. Vol. 10: Programs 11 and 12. #20376, Series: "6. Sounds of Solid Country, circa 1970-1980s." TR-20376/1870

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Coal Miner's Daughter," Loretta.

"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette.

"July 12, 1939," Charlie Rich.

"Call Me Mr. Brown," Skeets McDonald.

Side Two:

"That's What I'll Do," Don Gibson.

"Ain't it Good,"  Norro Wilson.

"You Ask Me To," Waylon Jennings.

"Lay a Little Lovin' on Me," Del Reeves.

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Side One:

"Too Much Hold Back," Little David Wilkins.

"The Baptism of Jesse Taylor," Johnny Russell.

"Millie Darling," Eddy Arnold.

"I Can't See Me Without You," Conway Twitty.

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Side One:

"After the Fire is Gone," Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.

"Sweetheart of the Year," Ray Price.

"When You're Hot You're Hot," Porter Wagoner.

"To Make Love Sweeter for You," Jerry Lee Lewis.

Side Two:

"Do What You Do, Do Well,"  Ned Miller.

"Slippin' Around," Roy Drusky and Priscilla Mitchell.

"Here Comes the Rain," Eddie Arnold.

"There's More Pretty Girls Than One," George Hamilton.

"When it's Spring Time in Alaska,"  Johnny Horton.

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Side One:

"Homecoming," Tom T. Hall.

"What Locks the Door," Jack Greene.

"Good Times," Willie Nelson.

"Tennessee Waltz,"  Pee Wee King and Redd Stewart.

Side Two:

"Goodbye Wheeling," Mel Tillis.

"It's All Over but the Crying," Hank Williamsjr.

"Northeast Arkansas Mississippi County Bootlegger," Kenny Price.

"The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde," Merle Haggard.

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Side One:

"Oney," Johnny Cash.

"If This is Goodbye," Carl Smith.

"Lonely Women Make Good Lovers," Bob Luman.

"Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild.

Side Two:

"Top of the World," Lynn Anderson.

"Mr. Lovemaker," Johnny Paycheck.

"Blood Red and Goin' Down," Tanya Tucker.

"It Meant Nothing to Me," Diana Trask.

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Side One:

"(Jeannie Marie) You Were a Lady," Tommy Overstreet.

"The Rainbow in Daddy's Eyes," Sammi Smith.

"A Very Special Love Song," Charlie Rich.

"I Never Go Around Mirrors," Lefty Frizzel.

Side Two:

"Hello Love," Hank Snow.

"Seasons in the Sun," Bobby Wright.

"Just Enough to Make Me Stay," Bob Luman.

"Honeymoon Feelin'," Roy Clark.

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Side One:

"Last Time I Saw Him," Dottie West.

"Superskirt," Connie Cato.

"My Part of Forever," Johnny Paycheck.

"I Will Always Love You," Dolly Parton.

Side Two:

"If You Love Me," Olivia Newton John.

"She's in Love with a Rodeo Man," Johnny Russell.

"No Charge," Melba Montgomery.

"Bloody May Morning," Willie Nelson.

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Side One:

"The Streak," Ray Stevens.

"It's That Time of Night," Jim Ed Brown.

"I Want to Stay," Narvel Felts.

"Sexy Lady," Freddy Weller.

Side Two:

"Makin' the Best of a Bad Situation,"  Dick Feller.

"The Grand Tour," George Jones.

"Stop and Smell the Roses," Henson Cargill.

"Drinkin' Thing,"  Gary Stewart.

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Side One:

"I'm a Rambling Man," Waylon Jennings.

"Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends," Ronnie Milsap.

"A Mi Esposa Con Amor," Sonny James.

"I Wish That I Had Loved You Better," Eddy Arnold.

Side Two:

"After the Fire is Gone," Willie and Tracy Nelson.

"Long Black Veil," Sammi Smith.

"Don't Tell," Johnny Carver.

"In My Little Corner of the World," Marie Osmond.

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Side One:

"Memory Maker," Mel Tillis.

"The Great Divide," Roy Clark.

"Out of Hand," Gary Stewart.

"Here We Go Again," Brian Shaw.

Side Two:

"Little Girl Feeling," Barbara Fairchild.

"Angels Are Hard to Find," Hank Williams Jr.

"Singin' in the Kitchen," Bobby Bare and Family.

"Ruby, Baby," Billy Crash Craddock.

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Side One:

"Carolina Moonshiner," Porter Wagoner.

"The Busiest Memory in Town," Dickey Lee.

"(I'd Be) A Legend in My Time," Ronnie Milsap.

"Lady Came From Baltimore," Johnny Cash.

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Side One:

"Don't Stop in My World if You Don't Mean to Stay," Billy Walker.

"Somebody Hold Me (Until She Passes By)," Narvel Felts.

"Broken Lady,"  Larry Gatlin.

"Remember Me," Willie Nelson.

Side Two:

"Sweet Sensuous Feelings," Sue Richards.

"Another Morning," Jim Ed Brown.

"Shine On,"  Ronnie Prophet.

"If I Had it to Do All Over Again," Roy Clark.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1882

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Side One:

"Back in the Saddle Again," Sonny James.

"Angels, Roses and Rain," Dickey Lee.

"You'll Lose a Good Thing,"  Freddy Fender.

"('Till) I Kissed You," Connie Smith.

Side Two:

"Without Your Love (Mr. Jordan),"  Charlie Ross.

"My Eyes Can Only See as Far as You Can," Charley Pride.

"Come on Over," Olivia Newton John.

"Hey, Lucky Lady," Dolly Parton.

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Side One:

"Wichita Jail,"  The Charlie Daniels Band.

"Misty Blue,"  Billie Jo Spears.

"Makin' Love Don't Always Make Love Grow," Dickey Lee.

"Cowboy," Eddy Arnold.

Side Two:

"(I'm a) Stand By My Woman Man," Ronnie Milsap.

"Teddy Bear," Red Sovine.

"11 Months & 29 Days," Johnny Paycheck.

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Side One:

"Lord, Mr. Ford," Jerry Reed.

"Joshua," Dolly Parton.

"Walking Piece of Heaven," Marty Robbins.

"The Girl Most Likely," Jeannie C. Riley.

Side Two:

"Pure Love," Ronnie Milsap.

"Listen," Wayne Kemp.

"Captured," Terry Stafford.

"I Don't See Me in Your Eyes Anymore," Charlie Rich.

"Tore Down," Porter Wagoner.

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Side One:

"Ridin' My Thumb to Mexico," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Make the World Go Away," Eddy Arnold.

"Soul Song," Joe Stampley.

"Heaven is My Woman's Love," Tommy Overstreet.

"Long, Long Texas Road," Roy Drusky.

Side Two:

"I Wouldn't Want to Live if You Didn't Love Me," Don Williams.

"Yesterday's Wine," Willie Nelson.

"Come Live with Me," Roy Clark.

"The Crude Oil Blues," Jerry Reed.

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Side One:

"I Hate You," Ronnie Milsap.

"Tomorrow Night," Charlie Rich.

"Heaven is Just a Touch Away," Cal Smith.

"I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Memory Number One," Webb Pierce.

Side Two:

"Lean it All on Me," Diana Trask.

"I'm Still Loving You," Joe Stampley.

"You Never Say you Love Me Anymore," Nat Stuckey.

"These Lonely Hands of Mine," Mel Tillis.

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Side One:

"I've Been Everywhere," Hank Snow.

"The Ties That Bind," Don Williams.

"Misty Blue," Wilma Burgess.

"Such a Fool," Roy Drusky.

"Stop the World (And Let Me Off)," Susan Raye.

Side Two:

"The Older the Violin, the Sweeter the Music," Hank Thompson.

"Hurt Her Once for Me," Wilburn Brothers.

"Unloved, Unwanted,"  Kitty Wells.

"What's He Doing in My World," Eddy Arnold.

"Silver Threads and Golden Needles," Linda Ronstadt

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Side One:

"If it's All the Same to You," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard.

"Dallas," Connie Smith.

"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall.

"Crazy," Patsy Cline.

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Side One:

"Freckles and Polliwog Days," Ferlin Husky.

"I Don't Want to Have to Marry You," Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius.

"Guilty," Jim Reeves.

"Hello Little Bluebird," Donna Fargo.

Side Two:

"From Woman to Woman," Tommy Overstreet.

"Liquor, Love and Life," Freddy Weller.

"Hula Love,"  Hank Snow.

"House of Love," Dottie West.

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Side One:

"How Lucky Can One Man Be," Joe Stampley.

"Try a Little Kindness," Glen Campbell.

"I've Never Loved Anyone More," Lynn Anderson.

"I Walk the Line," Johnny Cash.

"Never Did Like Whiskey," Billie Joe Spears.

Side Two:

"Your Place or Mine," Gary Stewart.

"Storms of Troubled Times," Ray Price.

"Once More with Feeling," Jerry lee Lewis.

"Who's Sorry Now," Marie Osmond.

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Side One:

"Old Home Filler Up an' Keep on a Truckin' Cafe,"  C. W. McCall.

"Spring," Tanya Tucker.

"White Lightning Express," Roy Drusky.

"The Door is Always Open," Dave and Sugar.

Side Two:

"Every Now and Then," Mac Davis.

"Oh Boy," Diana Trask.

"Trucker's Prayer," Dave Dudley.

"Down to the End of the Wine," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan.

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Side One:

"I'll Be Your San Antone Rose," Dottsy.

"When the New Wears Off Our Love," Jody Miller.

"Jimmy Caught the Dickens,"  Chick and the Hot Rods.

"Lucky Arms," Lefty Frizzell.

Side Two:

"Let's Truck Together," Kenny Price.

"A Dime at a Time," Del Reeves.

"'Till I Can make it on My Own," Tammy Wynette.

"A Poor Man's Riches,"  Benny Barnes.

"Free to Be,"  Eddy Raven.

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Side One:

"Hello Out There," La Wanda Lindsey.

"Just For You," Ferlin Husky.

"Loving You Beats All I've Ever Seen," Johnny Paycheck.

"My Eyes Can Only See as Far as You," Charley Pride.

"Tennessee Wig Walk,"  Bonnie Lou.

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Side One:

"Rub it In," Billy Crash Craddock.

"No Help Wanted," The Carlisles.

"Hello, I Love You," Johnny Russell.

"Put Me Back in Your World Today," Eddy Arnold.

"Happy Tracks,"Kenny Price.

Side Two:

"Sweet Talkin' Man," Lynn Anderson.

"I Want to Stay," Narvel Felts.

"The Death of Hank Williams,"  Jack Cardwell.

"Lay Back Lover," Dottie West.

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Side One:

"Forever Lovers," Mac Davis.

"She Deserves My Very Best," David Wills.

"Then Who Am I," Charley Pride.

"Pinball Machine,"  Lonnie Irving.

Side Two:

"Love Has Made You Beautiful,"  Merle Kilgore.

"That Same Ol' Look of Love," David Houston.

"I Love My Friend," Charlie Rich.

"My Lips Are Sealed," Jim Reeves.

"Let it Shine," Olivia Newton John.

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Side One:

"Bandy the Rodeo Clown," Moe Bandy.

"Birmingham Bounce," Red Foley.

"I'll Go to My Grave Loving You," The Statler Brothers.

"Why Don't You Love Me," Hank Williams, Sr.

Side Two:

"More to Me," Charley Pride.

"Making Believe," Kitty Wells.

"Stay Away from the Apple Tree," Billie Jo Spears.

"The Cattle Call," Eddy Arnold.

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Side One:

"Bye Bye Love,"  The Everly Brothers.

"Hold Me," Barbara Mandrell.

"Slowly," Webb Pierce.

"A Working Man Can't Get Nowhere Today," Merle Haggard.

Side Two:

"Little Old Dime," Jim Reeves.

"I Went to Your Wedding," Hank Snow.

"Somebody Somewhere," Loretta Lynn.

"Lookin' Back to See,"  Justin Tubb and Goldie Hill.

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Side One:

"There You Go," Johnny Cash.

"She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye," Ronnie Milsap.

"Tennessee Waltz,"  Patti Page.

"Things," Anne Murray.

Side Two:

"Western Man,"  La Costa.

"I Love You Because," Ernest Tubb.

"One of a Kind," Tammy Wynette.

"Mockin' Bird Hill,"  Vaughn Horton and the Pinetoppers.

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Side One:

"Goodnight Sweetheart, Goodnight," Johnny and Jack.

"You Light Up My Life," Debby Boone.

"One by One," Red Foley and Kitty Wells.

"Changes in Latitudes, Changes in Attitudes," Jimmy Buffet.

Side Two:

"Here You Come Again," Dolly Parton.

"Silver and Gold,"  Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys.

"Born to Love," Ray Price.

"I Forgot More Than you'll Ever Know,"  Davis Sisters.

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Side One:

"Laura,"  Kenny Rogers.

"Eat, Drink, and Be Merry," Porter Wagoner.

"Where Love Begins,"  Gene Watson.

"I Take the Chance," Jim Ed Brown and the Browns.

Side Two:

"Blue Suede Shoes," Carl Perkins.

"This Ain't Just Another Lust Affair," Mel Street.

"My Lips Are Sealed," Jim Reeves.

"Rock on Baby," Brenda Lee.

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Side One:

"Whole Lot-ta Shakin' Goin' On," Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Say it Again,"  Don Williams.

"Give Myself a Party," Don Gibson.

"Think Summer," Roy Clark.

Side Two:

"Here Comes That Girl Again," Tommy Overstreet.

"Jacqueline," Bobby Helms.

"This is My Year for Mexico," Crystal Gail.

"Set Him Free," Skeeter Davis.

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Side One:

"Two More Bottles of Wine,"  Emmylou Harris.

"Why Have You Left the One You Left for Me," Crystal Gail.

"It Only Hurts for a Little While,"  Margo Smith.

"Sleeping Single in a Double Bed," Barbara Mandrell.

Side Two:

"Tulsa Time," Don Williams.

"I Believe in You," Mel Tillis.

"Blue Skies," Willie Nelson.

"She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed (Anytime)," Johnny Duncan.

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Side One:

"The Door is Always Open," Dave and Sugar.

"The Three Bells," The Browns.

"I'll Be True to You," The Oak Ridge Boys.

"Do You Know You Are My Sunshine," The Statler Brothers.

Side Two:

"The Bargain Store," Dolly Parton.

"Blanket on the Ground," Billie Jo Spears.

"When Will I Be Loved," Linda Ronstadt.

"Lizzie and the Rainman," Tanya Tucker.

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Side One:

"Roll On Big Mama," Joe Stampley.

"Just Get Up and Close the Door," Johnny Rodriguez.

"Linda on My Mind," Conway Twitty.

"Movin' On," Merle Haggard.

"Tryin' to Beat the Mornin' Home," T. G. Shepard.

Side Two:

"Whiskey Talking," Joe Stampley.

"Margaritaville," Jimmy Buffett.

"She's Actin' Single (I'm Drinkin' Doubles)," Gary Stewart.

"White Lightnin'," George Jones.

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Side One:

"A Mi Esposa Con Amor," Sonny James.

"Adios Amigo," Jim Reeves.

"Vaya Con Dios," Freddy Fender.

"Adios Amigo," Marty Robbins.

Side Two:

"Baby Boy,"  Mary Kay Place.

"Baby I Love you So," Joe Stampley.

"Baby Doll," Barbara Fairchild.

"Baby You Look good to Me Tonight,"  John Denver.

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Side One:

"Jolene," Dolly Parton.

"Amanda," Waylon Jennings.

"Lucille," Kenny Rogers.

"Semolita," Jerry Reed.

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Side One:

"Hello Darlin'," Conway Twitty.

"Hello Out There," La Wanda Lindsey.

"Hello I Love You," Johnny Russell.

"Hello Little Bluebird," Donna Fargo.

"Hello Love," Hank Snow.

Side Two:

"Sleeping Single in a Double Bed," Barbara Mandrell.

"You're the Only One," Dolly Parton.

"The Gambler," Kenny Rogers.

"Golden Tears," Dave and Sugar.

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Side One:

"Ten Years of This," Gary Stewart.

"Only One I Love in My Life," Ronnie Milsap.

"My World Begins and Ends with You," Dave and Sugar.

"Missin' You," Charley Pride.

Side Two:

"Rose Garden," Lynn Anderson.

"Help Me Make it Through the Night," Sammi Smith.

"Joshua," Dolly Parton.

"Coal Miner's Daughter," Loretta Lynn.

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Side One:

"Cotton Jenny," Anne Murray.

"It's Four in the Morning," Faron Young.

"The Class of '57," The Statler Brothers.

"Woman (Sensuous Woman)," Don Gibson.

Side Two:

"Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild.

"Keep Me in Mind," Lynn Anderson.

"Superman," Donna Fargo.

"Kids Say the Darndest Things," Tammy Wynette.

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Side One:

"Get on My Love Train," La Costa.

"Statue of a Fool," Brian Collins.

"Making the Best of a Bad Situation,"  Dick Feller.

"Don't Let Go," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce.

Side Two:

"Amazing Grace (Used to Be Her Favorite Song)," The Amazing Rhythm Aces.

"Thank God I'm a Country Boy," John Denver.

"The Letter That Johnny Walker Read,"Asleep At The Wheel.

"You're My Best Friend," Don Williams.

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Side One:

"Frog Kissin'," Chet Atkins.

"El Paso City," Marty Robbins.

"One Piece at a Time," Johnny Cash.

Side Two:

"What're You Doing Tonight,"  Janie Fricke.

"(After Sweet Memories) Play Born to Lose Again," Dottsy.

"Standard Lie Number One,"  Stella Parton.

"Two Doors Down,"  Zella Lehr.

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Your Navy Presents the Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk. Series A: LW9-1 and LW9-2. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1912

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12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1918

Your Navy Presents the Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk. LW70-25 and LW70-26. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1918

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Fiesta."

"I Could Have Danced All Night."

"I May Be Wrong But I Think You're Wonderful."

"You Must Have Been a Beautiful baby."

Side Two:

"Fools Rush In."

"L. David Sloan."

"Pata Pata."

"I Want a Girl."

"Hot Lips."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1919

Your Navy Presents the Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk. LW70-27 and LW70-28. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1919

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"That Old Black Magic."

"St. Louis Blues."

"Sherry."

"Skater's Boogie."

"Do You Know the Way to San Jose."

Side Two:

"Runaway."

"Dakota Polka."

"Jolly Holiday."

"Humoresque."

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1920

Your Navy Presents the Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk. LW70-29 and LW70-30. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1920

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"When the Circus Comes to Town."

"Something Special."

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco."

"Satin Doll."

Side Two:

"Wabash Cannon Ball."

"By the Time I Get to Phoenix."

"Cold, Cold Heart."

"Love is a Lonesome River."

"Oh, What a Woman."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1921

Your Navy Presents the Champagne Music of Lawrence Welk. LW70-31 and LW70-32. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1921

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"In the Year 2525."

"Workin' on a Groovy Thing."

"Talk to the Animals."

"Sunshine of Your Love."

Side Two:

"Walk Right In."

"Traces/Memories."

"Breakwater."

"Hang on Snoopy."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1922

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW70-33 and LW70-34. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1922

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Apples & Bananas."

"How Can I Be Sure."

"The Other Man's Grass is Always Greener."

"Easy Rollin'."

Side Two:

"Whatcha Got at Home."

"Everybody's Somebody's Fool."

"I'm Dynamite."

"Ramblin' Rose."

"That's a No No."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1923

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW70-35 and LW70-36. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1923

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Goin' Out of My Head."

"You're a Lucky Fellow Mr. Smith."

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco."

"Alley Cat."

"Anchors Aweigh."

Side Two:

"Spinning Wheel."

"Galveston."

"Yellow Bird."

"Where's the Playground Susie."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1924

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW70-37 and LW70-38. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1924

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1925

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW70-39 and LW70-40. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1925

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1926

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW71-41 and LW71-42. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1926

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Loretta Lynn:

"Games People Play," Joe South

"Mockin' Bird Hill," Vaughn Horton.

"You're Leavin' Me for Her," Loretta Lynn.

"Jealous Heart," Jenny Lou Carson.

"You Can't Pull the Wool Over My Eyes," Peggy Sue Wells.

Side Two: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"Stand by Your Man," Tammy Wynette.

"Those Were the Days," G. Reskin.

"The Twelfth of Never," P. F. Webster.

"Apartment #9," Johnny Paycheck.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1927

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW72-29 and LW72-30. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1927

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"You Can't Hang On."

"Blue Velvet."

"Still Around."

"Jalisco."

"The Only Time I'm Really Me."

Side Two: Guest Star, The Lettermen:

"Feelings."

"It's Not for Me to Say."

"If."

"Stranger on the Shore."

"Only Friends."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1928

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW72-35 and LW72-36. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1928

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Glen Campbell:

"Here We Go Again."

"Pretend."

"She Understands Me."

"School Days."

"Help Me Make it Through the Night."

Side Two: Guest Star, The Letterman:

"Breakwater."

"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart."

"When My Baby Smiles at Me."

"I'm Leavin'."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1929

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW72-41 and LW72-42. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1929

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"Good Loving."

"We Sure Can Love Each other."

"Toe Tapper."

"Singing My Song."

"Are You Lonesome Tonight."

Side Two: Guest Star, The Lettermen:

"Don't Make Me Over."

"Summer Samba."

"Theme From Love Story."

"Everyone's Gone to the Moon."

"Family Affair."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1930

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-3 and LW73-4. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1930

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Lou Rawls:

"Got to Get You Into My Life."

"Don't Think Twice, it's Alright."

"When I Fall in Love."

"April in Portugal."

Side Two: Guest Star, Glen Campbell:

"Dream Baby."

"Snowbird."

"Just Another Piece of Paper."

"I Love Louisa."

"Rose Garden."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1931

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-7 and LW73-8. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1931

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"Your Good Girls Gonna Go Bad."

"Melodie D'Amour."

"Our Last Night Together."

"I Got Rhythm."

"He'll Never Take the Place of You."

Side Two: Guest Star, Lou Rawls:

"Everywhere I Go."

"Endlessly."

"How Thoughtless I've Become."

"Pearly Shells."

"I'm Waiting"

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1932

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-9 and LW73-10. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1932

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, The Osmonds:

"In the Rest of My Life."

"Watch What Happens."

"Carrie."

"Runnin' Wild."

"18 Yellow Roses."

Side Two: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"Alice in Wonderland."

"You Can't Hang On."

"Don't Bring Lulu."

"Almost Persuaded."

"Temptation."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1933

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-13 and LW73-14. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1933

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, The Osmonds:

"The Honey Bee Song."

"The Girl from Barbados."

"It's You Babe."

"Music! Music! Music!."

"Call of the Sea."

Side Two: Guest Star, Tammy Wynette:

"Good Lovin'."

"Don't Worry."

"Centipede Walk."

"Apartment #9."

"Java."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1934

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-31 and LW73-32. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1934

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Bobby Goldsboro:

"I Will Wait for You."

"Don't it Make You Wanta Go Home."

"My Little Grass Shack."

"To Be with You."

"Whispering."

Side Two: Guest Star, Gloria Loring:

"Stockholm."

"I Just Don't Know What to Do with Myself."

"Papa Won't You dance with Me."

"Hey That's No Way to say Goodbye."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1935

The Lawrence Welk Show. LW73-41 and LW73-42. #20376, Series: "7. Lawrence Welk Show, circa 1965-1980s." TR-20376/1935

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Guest Star, Bread Women in the Navy:

"A Taste of Honey."

"Truckin'."

"Perfidia."

"Everything I Own."

"Canadian Sunset."

Side Two: Guest Star, Loretta Lynn:

"It'll Be Open Season on You."

"Cold, Cold Heart."

"Red Wing."

"Wings Upon Your Horns."

"Ramblin Rose."

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29 items.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1936

Forward in Faith: Radio Voice of the Church of God. Radio Minister: Floyd J. Timmerman. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1936

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 582, 25 January 1970. Topic: Divine Deliverance.

Side Two: Program 583, 01 February 1970. Topic: The Way to God.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1937

Forward in Faith: Radio Voice of the Church of God. Radio Minister: Floyd J. Timmerman. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1937

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 584, 08 February 1970. Topic: The Old Old Story.

Side Two: Program 585, 15 February 1970. Topic: Why Should You Escape Hell.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1938

Forward in Faith: Radio Voice of the Church of God. Radio Minister: Floyd J. Timmerman. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1938

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 586, 22 February 1970. Topic: The Sufficiency of Christ.

Side Two: Program 587, 01 March 1970. Topic: Friend You Are Invited.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1939

Armed Forces Records. Nos. 43 and 44. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1939

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 43:

"The River Seine,"  Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra.

"African Lament," Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra.

Side Two: No. 44:

"Adios," The Andrew Sisters with Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra.

"Bugle Call Rag," The Modernaires with George Cates Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1940

Armed Forces Records. Nos. 163 and 164. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1940

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 163:

"Greensleeves," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra.

"Kammenoi Ostrow,"  Mel Henke.

"He's a Tramp," Peggy Lee.

Side Two: No. 164:

"The Fish,"  Mindy Carson with Jimmy Carroll and His Orchestra.

"The Heel,"  Eartha Kitt with Henri Rene and His Orchestra.

"How Important Can it Be,"  Joni James with the Ray Charles Singers and David Terry and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1941

Armed Forces Records. Nos. 237 and 238. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1941

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 237:

"Come Down to earth, Mr. Smith,"  Carmen MacRae with Jack Pleis and His Orchestra.

"Taking a Chance on Love," Helen Forrest with Billy May and His Orchestra.

"Flanagan's Boogie,"  Ralph Flanagan and His Orchestra.

Side Two: No. 238:

"Todd," Jack Pleis and His Orchestra.

"Keep Your Eyes on the Hands,"  Jane Russell with vocal group and music of Nelson Riddle.

"One Fine Day,"  The Charms with Orchestra.

"Get Out of the Car,"  Sammy Davisjr. with Morty Stevens and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1942

Armed Forces Records. Nos. 267 and 268. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1942

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 267:

"Jungle Drums,"  Juan Garcia Esquivel and His Orchestra and Chorus.

"Namely You,"  Julius La Rosa with Joe Reisman and His Orchestra.

"Soft Summer Breeze," Eddy Heywood.

Side Two: No. 268:

"Forbidden Planet," David Rose and His Orchestra.

"Melodia Loca," Les Baxter and His Orchestra.

"(I'll See You In) Cuba," Pee Wee Hunt and His Orchestra.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1943

Armed Forces Records. Nos. 337 and 338. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1943

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 337:

"The Whippoorwill,"  Keely Smith with Nelson Riddle and His Orchestra.

"Put Your Dreams Away," The Bud Shank - Bob Cooper Orchestra.

"Gee, But it's Lonely,"  Pat Boone with Billy Vaughn and His Orchestra.

"Guaglione,"  Perez Prado and His Orchestra.

Side Two: No. 338:

"Tea for Two Cha Cha," The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

"Somebody Touched Me,"  Buddy Knox with the Rhythm Orchids.

"Chicken Rag,"  Larry Fotine and the Beale Street Buskers.

"This Little Girl's Gone Rockin'," Ruth Brown with Howard Biggs.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1944

Show of the Month. Treasury Department, U.S. Savings and Bonds Division. Guest Star: Louis Armstrong; with Del Sharbutt, Merrill Staton, Julie Budd, Mort Lindsey Orchestra, and Merv Griffin as Host. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1944

12" Transcription Disc

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1945

Country Cookin' with Les Arnold. Presented by the Army Reserve. Programs 147 and 148. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1945

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 147. Guest: Chip Taylor.

Side Two: Program 148. Guest: Ernest Tubb.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1946

Country Cookin' with Les Arnold. Presented by the Army Reserve. Programs 187 and 188. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1946

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 187. Guest: Freddy Weller.

Side Two: Program 188. Guest: Charley Pride.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1947

Christmas Seal Campaign 1976. Favorite Country Songs. Style B. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1947

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"The Whole World Holding Hands," Freddie Hart.

"Together Again," Buck Owens.

"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr.

"I Can't Stop Loving You," Don Gibson.

Side Two:

"A Room Full of Roses,"  Mickey Gilley.

"For the Good Times," Andy Williams.

"Gentle on My Mind,"  Trini Lopez.

"Young Girl," Pat Boone.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1948

The Standard Transcription Library for the Seeburg Select-O-Matic. No. 1096. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1948

12" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Swinging the Devil's Dream."

"Tennessee Wagner."

Side Two:

"Oklahoma Stomp."

"The Campbells are Coming."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1949

Musical Library, Nos. 1977 and 1978. Jimmy Davis, Tenor, accompanied by Thomas Peluso. C. P. MacGregor, Hollywood, Calif. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1949

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 1977:

"Lord I Want to Be a Christian."

"I'm Glad I'm Acquainted with Jesus."

"Come Ye Disconsolate."

Side Two: No. 1978:

"He Heals Every Heartache."

"Follow, I Will Follow Thee."

"A Fellowship Sweet."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1950

Musical Library, Nos. 1975 and 1976. Ensemble Moderne and Jimmy Davis. C. P. MacGregor, Hollywood, Calif. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1950

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: No. 1975; Ensemble Moderne:

"Barcarolle."

"June Barcarolle."

"Largo."

Side Two: No. 1976; Jimmy Davis:

"On the Cross of Calvary."

"There's No Disappointment in Jesus."

"My Days Are in His Hands."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1951

The Veterans Administration Presents "Here's to Veterans" Programs 1224 and 1225. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1951

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: The Anita Kerr Show.

Side Two: The Andy Kim Show.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1952

The Veterans Administration Presents "Here's to Veterans" Programs 1448 and 1449. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1952

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Ella Mae Morse Musical Scrapbook.

Side Two: Tower of Power.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1953

American Forces Radio and Television Service. P-12693 and P-12694. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1953

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Sweet Replies, Honey Cone:

"Sunday Morning People."

"The Day I Found Myself."

"We Belong Together."

"Take Me with You."

"Blessed Be Our Love."

"When Will it End."

Side Two: Pearl's Pearls, Pearl Bailey:

"A House is Not a Home."

"I Never Met a Stranger."

"Watch What Happens."

"It's Impossible."

"Here's That Rainy Day."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1954

The United States Army Presents "Country Express." Shows 1-66, 2-66, 3-66, and 4-66. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1954

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: 1-66 and 2-66.

Side Two: 3-66 and 4-66.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1955

The United States Army Presents "Country Express." Shows 29-66, 30-66, 31-66, and 32-66. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1955

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: 29-66 and 30-66.

Side Two: 31-66 and 32-66.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1956

The United States Army Presents "Country Express." Shows 5-68, 6-68, 7-68, and 8-68. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1956

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: 5-68 and 6-68.

Side Two: 7-68 and 8-68.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1957

The United States Army Presents "Country Express." Shows 29-68, 30-68, 31-68, and 32-68. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1957

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: 29-68 and 30-68.

Side Two: 31-68 and 32-68.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1958

The United States Army Presents "Country Express." Shows 17-72, 18-72, 19-72, and 20-72. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1958

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: 17-72 and 18-72.

Side Two: 19-72 and 20-72.

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1959

U.S. Air Force Presents "Country Music Time" Programs 311 and 312. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1959

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 311; featuring Jackie Phelps and Odell Martin:

"Function at the Junction."

"Guitar Rag."

"Cannonball Rag."

"Momma Don't Allow."

"Rose City Chimes."

Side Two: Program 312; featuring Del Reeves and George Owens:

"Trucker's Paradise."

"Another Pretty Country Song."

"I Can't Remember Not Loving You."

"Bad News."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1960

U.S. Air Force Presents "Country Music Time" Programs 403 and 404. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1960

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 403; featuring Charlie Walker:

"Odds and Ends."

"The Last Supper."

"Honky Tonk Blues."

"My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You."

"Stay All Night, Stay a Little Longer."

Side Two: Program 404; featuring Billy Walker and Linda K. Lance:

"Sing Me a Love Song to Baby."

"I Taught Her Everything She Knows."

"Being Free."

"Medley."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1961

U.S. Air Force Presents "Country Music Time" Programs 421 and 422. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1961

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 421; featuring Dottie West and Johnny Lyon:

"Country Sunshine."

"Back Home Again."

"Shelly's Winter Love."

"Carolina Cousin."

Side Two: Program 422; featuring Charlie Walker and Janet Lynn:

"The Little Ole Wine Drinker Me."

"The Last Supper."

"Delta Dawn."

"Bile Dem Cabbage Down."

"San Antonio Rose."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1962

U.S. Air Force Presents "Country Music Time" Programs 615 and 616. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1962

12" Transcription Disc

Side One: Program 615; featuring Cotton Ivy:

"Fastest Coon Dog in the World."

"Mule Sense and Politics."

"B. C. the Hunting Mule."

"Underwater Skiing."

Side Two: Program 616; featuring Tommy Cash:

"The Cowboy and the Lady."

"Lady, I Love You."

"That Certain One."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1963

Cousin Ford Lewis, Everybody's Home Town Cousin. 4-Star ET-14. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1963

10" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Dora."

"Faded Ribbons of Blue."

"Hillbilly Gal."

Side Two:

"Best of the Deal."

"Dear John."

"Love Turns to Hate."

Transcription Disc TR-20376/1964

The Miller Brothers. 4-Star ET-126. #20376, Series: "8. Miscellaneous Transcriptions, circa 1949-1974." TR-20376/1964

10" Transcription Disc

Side One:

"Nursery Rhyme Blues."

"My Sweetheart, My Darling."

"In the House of the Lord."

"Bugle Call From Heaven"

Side Two:

"Today, Tomorrow and From Now On."

"I Can See an Angel."

"Payday in Heaven."

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13 items.

Full-sheet and half-sheet posters and lobby cards advertising commercial feature-length motion pictures starring country and western recording stars of the 1930s to 1960s, including Roy Acuff, Jimmie Davis, Ernest Tubb, and Gene Autry.

Oversize Paper OP-20376/149

Governor Jimmie Davis in Louisiana. Lobby card. Monogram Pictures, 1947. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." OP-20376/149

Oversize Paper OP-20376/150

Governor Jimmie Davis in Louisiana. Lobby card. Monogram Pictures, 1947. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." OP-20376/150

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/1

Jimmie Davis in Mississippi Rhythm. Full sheet. Monogram Pictures, 1949. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/1

Oversize Paper OP-20376/151

Tex Williams in Nevada Trail. Lobby card. Universal, 1949. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." OP-20376/151

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/2

Hi, Neighbor featuring Roy Acuff with his Smoky Mountain Boys and Girls. Half sheet. Republic, 1942. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/2

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/3

Night Train to Memphis starring Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys. Half sheet. Republic, 1946. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/3

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/4

Smoky Mountain Melody with Roy Acuff. Half sheet. Columbia, 1948. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/4

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/5

Home in San Antone with Roy Acuff. Half sheet. Columbia, 1949. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/5

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/6

Gene Autry with Smiley Burnette in Rootin' Tootin' Rhythm. Full sheet. Republic, 1937. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/6

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/7

Gene Autry with Smiley Burnette in Prairie Moon. Full sheet. Republic, 1938. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/7

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/8

Gene Autry with Smiley Burnette in Carolina Moon. Full sheet. Republic, 1940. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/8

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/9

Hollywood Barn Dance with Ernest Tubb. Full sheet. Screen Guild, 1947. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/9

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20376/10

Country Music on Broadway. Full sheet. Embassy, 1964. #20376, Series: "9. Country and Western Music Movie Posters and Lobby Cards, 1937-1964." XOP-20376/10

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About 9,500 items.

Arrangement: By format.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes.

482 items.

Commercial and non-commercial audiocassettes. Some non-commercial cassettes are dubs of 78 rpm records, electronic transcription discs, and other media. Others are original recordings of interviews and performances.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9714

Greatest Hits, Volume One, Roy Acuff #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9714

Elektra 9C-302

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9715

Greatest Hits, Volume Two, Roy Acuff #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9715

Elektra 9C-5303

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9716

The Best of Rex, Rex Allen Jr. #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9716

WB M5 3122

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9717

Framed, Asleep at the Wheel #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9717

MCA MCAC-5131

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9718

The Atkins-Travis Traveling Show, Chet Atkins and Merle Travis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9718

RCA APK1-0479

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9719

Reflections, Chet Atkins and Doc Watson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9719

RCA AHK1-3701

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9720

All-American Cowboy and South of the Border, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9720

Republic 6011N

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9721

Gene Autry Classics, Volume One, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9721

Republic 6021H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9722

Gene Autry's Country Music Hall of Fame: 15 of His All-Time Greatest Hits, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9722

Columbia 16C 01035

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9723

Cowboy Hall of Fame, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9723

Republic 6012H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9724

Gene Autry Favorites, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9724

Republic RCC-6013

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9725

Gene Autry Live from Madison Square Garden, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9725

Republic 6014H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9726

Gene Autry's Melody Ranch Radio Show, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9726

Golden Age 5012

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9727

Gene Autry Sings Songs of Faith, Gene Autry #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9727

Republic 6017H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9728

George Barnes Plays So Good, George Barnes #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9728

Concord Jazz 67H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9729

Bix Beiderbecke, Bix Beiderbecke #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9729

Everest FS-20376/317

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9730

Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra, 1936-38, Bunny Berigan #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9730

Almanac QSR2414

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9731

Blue Ridge Rangers, The Blue Ridge Rangers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9731

Fantasy M5160-9415

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9732

Who Wouldn't Be Lonely, Blue Sky Boys #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9732

Blue Tone

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9733

Within the Circle, Blue Sky Boys #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9733

Blue Tone C-1003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9734

King of the Road, Boxcar Willie #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9734

SMI SMIC-24A

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9735

Yodel Songs, Elton Britt #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9735

RCA PK-2002

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9736

Western Swing Heritage, Roy Lee Brown and his Musical Brownies #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9736

Priority PTS-3001. Note: Cover is signed by Roy Lee Brown.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9737

Honky-Tonkitis, Carl Butler and Pearl Butler #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9737

CMH CMH-C-6246

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9738

Have a Nice Day, Wilf Carter #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9738

RCA KXK1-0157

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9739

I'm Happy Today, Wilf Carter #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9739

RCA KXK1-0322

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9740

Songs I Love to Sing, Wilf Carter #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9740

RCA KXK1-0219

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9741

Legendary Performers, Volume One, The Original Carter Family #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9741

RCA CPK1-2763

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9742

'Mid the Green Fields of Virginia, The Carter Family #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9742

RCA PK-2003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9743

'Mid the Green Fields of Virginia, The Carter Family #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9743

RCA ANK1-1107

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9744

Down the Sawdust Trail, Chuck Wagon Gang #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9744

Columbia CT31043

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9745

The Chuck Wagon Gang's Greatest Hits, Chuck Wagon Gang #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9745

Columbia 16100642

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9746

Looking Away to Heaven, Chuck Wagon Gang #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9746

Columbia 16C36035

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9747

Let Me Walk With Jesus, Jimmie Davis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9747

Decca 5085

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9748

Hard Hitting Songs for Hard Hit People, Hazel Dickens #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9748

Rounder ROU-0126

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9749

The Best of Slim Dusty, Slim Dusty #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9749

Columbia TC-0SX-7807

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9750

Songs of Devotion, Red Foley #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9750

MCA MCAC-86

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9751

Saginaw, Michigan, Lefty Frizzell #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9751

Columbia LET10027

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9752

Grandpa Jones Family Album, Grandpa Jones #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9752

CMH CMH-C-9015

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9753

Bluegrass Gospel, George Hamilton IV #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9753

Lamb & Lion C-1015

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9754

Fletcher Henderson's Sextet 1950, Fletcher Henderson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9754

Almanac QSR2444

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9755

Golden Hits, Eddy Howard #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9755

Mercury MLR-4-8007

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9756

Gospel Favorites From the Old Country Church Hee Haw Gospel Quartet, 3rd edition #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9756

Hee Haw-19883

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9757

A Tribute to Kenny Price, Hee Haw Gospel Quartet, 4th edition #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9757

Hee Haw-19884

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9758

The Best of the Ink Spots, The Ink Spots #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9758

Exact EXC-227

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9759

The Best of the Ink Spots, The Ink Spots #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9759

MCA MCAC2-4005

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9760

If I Didn't Care, The Ink Spots #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9760

51 West QT16042

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9761

The Best of Louis Jordan, Louis Jordan #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9761

MCA MCAC2-4079

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9762

Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits, Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9762

MCA MCAC-274

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9763

Jam Sessions 1950, George Lewis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9763

Almanac QSR2409

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9764

Good Ole Mountain Music, Mainer's Mountaineers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9764

Gusto GT5666

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9765

Cowboy Classics, Grady Martin #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9765

Monument MGC7617

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9766

Jimmy Martin's Greatest Bluegrass Hits, Jimmy Martin #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9766

Gusto GT5-0003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9767

Will the Circle Be Unbroken, Jimmy Martin #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9767

Gusto GT5-0059

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9768

Singing All Day and Dinner on the Ground, Jimmy Martin and the Sunny Mountain Boys #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9768

Decca C73-5226

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9769

Painted Poetry, Roger Miller #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9769

Gusto GT5-3011

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9770

The Best of the Mills Brothers, The Mills Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9770

MFP TC-MFP 50560

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9771

Four Boys and a Guitar, The Mills Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9771

GNP Crescendo 9016

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9772

The Mills Brothers, The Mills Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9772

Pickwick CS-1301

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9773

Till Then [sic], The Mills Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9773

CBS BT-14768

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9774

Alive at the Johnny Mack Brown High School, Lester "Roadhog" Moran and the Cadillac Cowboys #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9774

Mercury MCR41-708

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9775

Peace in the Valley, Jim Nabors with the Jordanaires #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9775

Columbia 16C32909

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9776

The New Orleans All-Stars in Concert at the Dixieland Jubilee, The New Orleans All-Stars #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9776

GNP Crescendo GNP-502

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9777

16 Greatest Hits, Reno and Smiley #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9777

Gusto GT5-3001

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9778

Cowboy Jubilee, Riders in the Sky #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9778

Rounder ROU-0147

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9779

Old Time Favorites, Wilf Carter/Montana Slim #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9779

RCA DVK1-0584. Note: Cassette case cover reads All Time Favorites, but cassette case spine and actual cassette read Old Time Favorites.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9780

Hank Snow Gospel, Hank Snow #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9780

Romulus C-5010

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9781

The Hits of Hank Snow, Hank Snow #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9781

RCA KEK1-8093

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9782

The Hits of Hank Snow, Volume 2, Hank Snow #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9782

RCA KEK1-8098

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9783

Instrumentally Yours, Hank Snow #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9783

RCA AHK1-3511

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9784

The Best of the Sons of the Pioneers, The Sons of the Pioneers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9784

RCA PK-2007

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9785

Columbia Historic Edition, Sons of the Pioneers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9785

Columbia FCT37439

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9786

Let's Go West Again, Sons of the Pioneers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9786

RCA AYK1-4092

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9787

Tumbleweed Trails, Sons of the Pioneers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9787

MCA MCAC-730

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9788

Ragtime Band, Mugsy Spanier #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9788

RCA Q4J-25342

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9789

16 Greatest Gospel Hits, The Stanley Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9789

Gusto GT5-0016

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9790

Old Country Church, The Stanley Brothers #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9790

Gusto GT5-0084

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9791

Family Reunion, Carl Story #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9791

Starday SK5-731

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9792

Sister Rosetta Tharpe Sings Gospel Favorites, Rosetta Tharpe #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9792

CMC C123

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9793

Light Singin' and Heavy Pickin', Merle Travis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9793

CMH-C-6245

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9794

Rough, Rowdy and Blue, Merle Travis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9794

CMH CMH-C-6262

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9795

Travis Pickin', Merle Travis #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9795

CMH CMH-C-6255-Stereo

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9796

Great Songs of the Delmore Brothers, Merle Travis & Johnny Bond #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9796

Capitol 4XT-249

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9797

The Clayton McMichen Story, Merle Travis & Mac Wiseman #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9797

CMH CMH-C-9028

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9798

20 Golden Pieces of Fats Waller, Fats Waller #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9798

Quicksilver BDL-2004

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9799

Old Timey Concert, Doc Watson with Clint Howard and Fred Price #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9799

Vanguard 107H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9800

Favorites, Doc Watson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9800

Liberty L4N-10201

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9801

Live &Pickin', Doc Watson and Merle Watson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9801

United Artists UA-CA943-H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9802

Look Away!, Doc Watson and Merle Watson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9802

United Artists UA-CA887-H

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9803

Dust on the Bible, Kitty Wells #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9803

MCA MCAC-149

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9804

Kitty Wells & Johnny Wright Sing Heartwarming Gospel Songs, Kitty Wells and Johnny Wright #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9804

Decca C73-5325

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9805

Kitty Wells & Red Foley's Golden Favorites, Kitty Wells and Red Foley #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9805

MCA MCAC-83

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9806

The Best of Slim Whitman, Slim Whitman #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9806

Liberty L4N10125

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9807

Ghost Riders in the Sky, Slim Whitman #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9807

Liberty L4N10124

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9808

Till We Meet Again [sic], Slim Whitman #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9808

Liberty L4N10123

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9809

Rhythm Kings 1935, Clarence Williams #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9809

Almanac QSR2426

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9810

Cootie Williams & His Orchestra, Cootie Williams #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9810

Almanac QSR2440

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9811

Van Williams Salutes Jimmie Rodgers, Van Williams #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9811

recorded at Legend Studios, 1982

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9812

Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys Super Hits, Volumes I and II, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9812

Romulus C6052

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9813

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys in Concert, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9813

Capitol 4XVV-11550

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9814

Bob Wills Plays the Greatest String Band Hits, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9814

MCA MCAC-152

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9815

King of Western Swing, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9815

MCA MCAC-543

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9816

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9816

MCA MCAC-526

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9817

The Living Legend, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9817

MCA MCAC-546

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9818

The New Hawaiian Band, The New Hawaiian Band #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9818

Trim TRC-1975

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9819

Hawaii Instrumentally Yours #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9819

Waikiki WC-306

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9820

Gentle and Beautiful, Bud Tutmarc #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9820

Word WC-8702

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9821

Two Slack Key Guitars, Gabby and Atta #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9821

Tradewinds TW-C-5524

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9822

Hawaii Calls: Hawaii Today, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9822

Capitol 4M-11894

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9823

Hawaii Calls: Soft Hawaiian Guitars, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9823

Capitol 4M-11895

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9824

The Best of Hawaii Calls, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9824

Capitol 4M-141

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9825

Hawaii Calls: Hawaiian Shores, Favorite Instrumentals of the Islands, Volume 2, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9825

Capitol 4M-904

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9826

Hawaii Calls: Favorite Instrumentals of the Islands, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9826

Capitol 4M-715

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9827

Hawaii Calls: Hawaiian Strings, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9827

Capitol 4M-1152

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9828

The Golden Voice of the Islands: Alfred Apaka as Broadcast on the Hawaii Calls Show, presented by Webley Edwards #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9828

Capitol 4M-1882

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9829

Young Hawaii Plays Old Hawaii, Hui O'Hana #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9829

Lehua SLC-7006

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9830

Sonny Chillingworth, Sonny Chillingworth #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9830

Lehua SLC-2014

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9831

The Best of Alfred Apaka, Alfred Apaka #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9831

Decca 73-1001

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9832

The Heart of Hawaii, The Charles Miller Serenaders from the Royal Hawaiian Hotel #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9832

GNP Crescendo GNP-54

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9833

Hawaii's Greatest Hits, The New Hawaiian Band #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9833

Decca 73-4952

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9834

Hawaii . . . a Musical Memento of the Islands, compilation #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9834

GNP Crescendo GNP-34

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9835

Song of Old Hawaii, Bill Sevesi & his Islanders #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9835

Fiesta FMC-1800

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9836

Hawaii, Johnny Pineapple and his Islanders #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9836

Audio Fidelity AF-C-5850

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9837

Polynesian Primitive, traditional songs #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9837

Tahiti EL1035

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9838

3 Ukuleles, no artist listed #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9838

Waikiki WC-325

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9839

Slack Key, Leonard Kwan & his Slack Key Guitar #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9839

Tradewinds TW-C-5503

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9840

Rabbit Island Music Festival, Gabby Pahinui, Atta Isaacs, and Sonny Chillingworth #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9840

Panini PC-1004

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9841

Sons of Hawaii, Gabby Pahinui #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9841

Hula THS-503

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9842-9843

Giants of Jazz: Henry "Red" Allen, parts one and two, Henry "Red" Allen #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9842-9843

Time Life 4TL-J16. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9844-9845

Giants of Jazz: Louis Armstrong, parts one and two, Louis Armstrong #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9844-9845

Time Life 4TL-J01. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9846-9847

Giants of Jazz: Sidney Bechet, parts one and two, Sidney Bechet #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9846-9847

Time Life 4TL-J09. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9848-9849

Giants of Jazz: Bix Beiderbecke, parts one and two, Bix Beiderbecke #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9848-9849

Time Life 4TL-J04. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9850-9851

Giants of Jazz: Bunny Berigan, parts one and two, Bunny Berigan #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9850-9851

Time Life 4TL-J18. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9852-9853

Giants of Jazz: Benny Carter, parts one and two, Benny Carter #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9852-9853

Time Life 4TL-J10. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9854-9855

Giants of Jazz: Johnny Dodds, parts one and two, Johnny Dodds #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9854-9855

Time Life 4TL-J26. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 379

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9856-9857

Giants of Jazz: Duke Ellington, parts one and two, Duke Ellington #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9856-9857

Time Life 4TL-J02. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9858-9859

Giants of Jazz: Benny Goodman, parts one and two, Benny Goodman #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9858-9859

Time Life 4TL-J05. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9860-9861

Giants of Jazz: Coleman Hawkins, parts one and two, Coleman Hawkins #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9860-9861

Time Life 4TL-J06. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9862-9863

Giants of Jazz: Earl Hines, parts one and two, Earl Hines #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9862-9863

Time Life 4TL-J11. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9864-9865

Giants of Jazz: Billie Holiday, parts one and two, Billie Holiday #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9864-9865

Time Life 4TL-J03. Note: No corresponding booklet

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9866-9867

Giants of Jazz: James P. Johnson, parts one and two, James P. Johnson #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9866-9867

Time Life 4TL-J18. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9868-9869

Giants of Jazz: Jelly Roll Morton, parts one and two, Jelly Roll Morton #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9868-9869

Time Life 4TL-J07. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9870-9871

Giants of Jazz: Bessie Smith, parts one and two, Bessie Smith #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9870-9871

Time Life 4TL-J28. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 380

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9872-9873

Giants of Jazz: Joe Sullivan, parts one and two, Joe Sullivan #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9872-9873

Time Life 4TL-J27. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 381

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9874-9875

Giants of Jazz: Jack Teagarden, parts one and two, Jack Teagarden #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9874-9875

Time Life 4TL-J08. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 381

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9876-9877

Giants of Jazz: Fats Waller, parts one and two, Fats Waller #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9876-9877

Time Life 4TL-J15. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 381

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9878-9879

Giants of Jazz: The Guitarists, parts one and two, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9878-9879

Time Life 4TL-J12. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 381

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9880

Country and Western Classics: Roy Acuff, part 2, Roy Acuff #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9880

Time Life 4TLCW-09. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9881-9882

Country and Western Classics: The Carter Family, parts one and two, The Carter Family #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9881-9882

Time Life 4TLCW-06. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9883-9884

Country and Western Classics: Johnny Cash, parts one and two, Johnny Cash #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9883-9884

Time Life 4TLCW-03. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9885-9886

Country and Western Classics: Flatt and Scruggs, parts one and two, Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9885-9886

Time Life 4TLCW-04. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9887-9888

Country and Western Classics: George Jones, parts one and two, George Jones #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9887-9888

Time Life 4TLCW-08. Note: See corresponding booklet, located with the FS-20376/notes

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9889-9890

Country and Western Classics: Marty Robbins, parts one and two, Marty Robbins #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9889-9890

Time Life 4TLCW-10. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9891

Country and Western Classics: Hank Williams, part 1, Hank Williams #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9891

Time Life 4TLCW-01. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9892-9893

Country and Western Classics: Bob Wills, Bob Wills #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9892-9893

Time Life 4TLCW-07. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9894-9895

Country and Western Classics: The Women, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9894-9895

Time Life 4TLCW-02. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9896-9897

Country and Western Classics: Duets, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9896-9897

Time Life 4TLCW-05. Note: See corresponding booklet, located in folder 383

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9898

Mountain Music Collection Volume Two: Fair and Tender Ladies, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9898

CMH C-8003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9899

Country Gospel Collection, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9899

CMH CMH-C-9013

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9900

16 Fiddler's Greatest Hits, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9900

Gusto GT5-3014

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9901

Bluegrass Special, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9901

Gusto GT5-6218

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9902

Fiddlin' Country Style, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9902

Gutso GT5-6296

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9903

20 Bluegrass Originals, Collector's Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9903

Gusto GT5-5028X

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9904

Banjo in the Hills, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9904

Gusto GT5-104

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9905

Country Gospel, First Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9905

Romulus 5001

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9906

Country Gospel, Second Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9906

Romulus 5002

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9907

Country Gospel, Third Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9907

Romulus 5003

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9908

Country Gospel, Fifth Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9908

Romulus C-5005

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9909

Country Gospel, Sixth Edition, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9909

Romulus C-5006

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9910-9911

William E. McEuen Presents "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," Featuring the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, parts one and two #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9910-9911

United Artists C-7053 and C-7054

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9912

Fathers and Sons, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9912

Epic EGT 33782

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9913

25 Blue Grass Favorites, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9913

TDP TDP-25

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9914

25 Plus Honky Tonk Favorites, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9914

TDP TDP-17

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9915

Great American Singing Cowboys, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9915

Republic 5338-6016

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9916

The Greatest Boogie-Woogie Performances, volume one, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9916

International Joker MC-3903

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9917

The Return of the Singing Cowboy, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9917

CMH CMH-C-6213

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9918-9919

The Original Bluegrass (and Country Swing) Spectacular!, volumes one and two, various artists #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9918-9919

CMH-C-5902

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9920

Wreck of the Old 97, Gary Williams, Empire #15 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9920

Side One:

1:1 "Wreck of the Old 97"

1:2 "Golden Slippers"

1:3 "That Silver Haired Daddy of Mine"

1:4 "When the Moon Shines"

1:5 "The Letter Edged in Black"

1:6 "The Death of Floyd Collins"

Side Two:

2:1 "The Altoona Freight Wreck"

2:2 "My Old Pal of Yesterday"

2:3 "That Good Old Country Town"

2:4 "The Little Rosewood Casket"

2:5 "You'll Never Miss Your Mother 'Til She's Gone"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9921

The Prisoner's Song, Gary Williams, Empire #16 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9921

Side One:

1:1 "The Prisoner's Song"

1:2 "One More Ride"

1:3 "True Blue Bill"

1:4 "When It's Springtime in the Rockies"

1:5 "Little Cabin in the Cascade Mountains"

1:6 "Climbing up the Golden Stairs"

Side Two:

2:1 "When the Bloom is on the Sage"

2:2 "The Runaway Train"

2:3 "The Little Green Valley"

2:4 "The Utah Trail"

2:5 "Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9922

True Outlaw and Murder Ballads, Gary Williams, Empire #17 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9922

Side One:

1:1 "Pretty Boy Floyd"

1:2 "Sam Bass"

1:3 "Henry Clay Beattie"

1:4 "Billy the Kid"

1:5 "Omie Wise"

1:6 "Little Marion Parker"

Side Two:

2:1 "Kinnie Wagner's Surrender"

2:2 "The Story of Bonnie and Clyde"

2:3 "Jesse James"

2:4 "Cold Gray Bars (Spade Cooley's Song)"

2:5 "Pearl Bryan"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9923

Arizona Sunshine, Gary Williams, Empire #18 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9923

Side One:

1:1 "Arizona Sunshine"

1:2 "My Guitar Is My Best Friend"

1:3 "At Times Like This"

1:4 "The Ballad of Telemark"

1:5 "Old Fashioned Love"

1:6 "John Dillinger"

Side Two:

2:1 "The Good Old U.S.A."

2:2 "Heartbreak"

2:3 "Devil's Island"

2:4 "A Girl In My Past"

2:5 "Stairway of Love"

2:6 "Oingland"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9924

Snowbird, Gary Williams, Empire #19 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9924

Side One:

1:1 "Snowbird"

1:2 "Skidrow Street"

1:3 "Montana"

1:4 "House of Numbers"

1:5 "Ireland"

Side Two:

2:1 "The Ballad of James Dean"

2:2 "Buckskin"

2:3 "My Old Way of Life"

2:4 "Life's Troubled Road"

2:5 "Hello Mister Sunshine"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9925

Music Man, Gary Williams, Empire #20 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9925

Side One:

1:1 "Music Man"

1:2 "Passing of the Night"

1:3 "Let Me Love You"

1:4 "A World That Lost Its Heart"

1:5 "House for Sale"

1:6 "Guitar Blues"

Side Two:

2:1 "Let's Take a Break From Heartache"

2:2 "Twenty Years Ago"

2:3 "Walla Walla State Prison"

2:4 "Love Come To Me"

2:5 "Mustang"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9926

That's My Song, Gary Williams, Empire #21 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9926

Side One:

1:1 "That's My Song"

1:2 "Black Depression"

1:3 "The Last Days of Summer"

1:4 "Forest Yodel"

1:5 "This Lonely Man"

1:6 "Black Ice"

Side Two:

2:1 "Home Is Where the Heart Is"

2:2 "Too Much Too Soon"

2:3 "There Goes Life"

2:4 "It's a Dirty Rotten Shame"

2:5 "The Ballad of John Wormell"

2:6 "Hawaii"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9927

Hoboes and Kings, Gary Williams, Empire #22 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9927

Side One:

1:1 "Hoboes and Kings"

1:2 "Somewhere Out in the World"

1:3 "The Last Laugh"

1:4 "Child of the Wild"

1:5 "Whirlpool of Love"

1:6 "One Little Man"

Side Two:

2:1 "Song of the Singing Ranger"

2:2 "South American Holiday"

2:3 "Bassin' Man"

2:4 "The Murderer's Prayer"

2:5 "The Ghost of Christmas Past"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9928

Murders, Mysteries, and Manhunts, volume two, Gary Williams, Empire #23 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9928

Side One:

1:1 "The Great Train Robbery"

1:2 "Doctor Sam Sheppard"

1:3 "The Ballad of Little Charley"

1:4 "Eddie Gray"

1:5 "Max Markham"

Side Two:

2:1 "Whitey Clark"

2:2 "Spade Cooley"

2:3 "William Heirens"

2:4 "Lonnie Barron"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9929

Wabash Cannonball, Gary Williams, Empire #101 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9929

Side One:

1:1 "Wabash Cannonball"

1:2 "Lamp Lighting Time in the Valley"

1:3 "She Taught Me To Yodel"

1:4 "Shackles and Chains"

1:5 "Wonder Valley"

Side Two:

2:1 "Freight Train Blues"

2:3 "Nobody's Darlin' But Mine"

2:4 "Wreck of the Number Nine"

2:5 "Rodger Young"

2:6 "Blue Eyes Crying In the Rain"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9930

Ghost Riders in the Sky, Gary Williams, Empire #102 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9930

Side One:

1:1 "Ghost Riders in the Sky"

1:2 "Wildwood Flower"

1:3 "Streamlined Yodel Song"

1:4 "Hobo's Lullaby"

1:5 "Big Rock Candy Mountains"

1:6 "Blue Dreams"

Side Two:

2:1 "The Red Headed Stranger"

2:3 "Hobo Bill's Last Ride"

2:4 "Back to Old Smokey Mountains"

2:5 "High Noon"

2:6 "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9931

It Makes No Difference Now, Gary Williams, Empire #103 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9931

Side One:

1:1 "It Makes No Difference Now"

1:2 "Cowpoke"

1:3 "I Love You Because"

1:4 "Stranger in Abilene"

1:5 "Judy"

1:6 "That Ramshackle Shack"

Side Two:

2:1 "I'm Thinking Tonight of my Blue Eyes"

2:2 "River Spokane"

2:3 "The Timber Trail"

2:4 "South of the Border"

2:5 "The Golden Rocket"

2:6 "Oklahoma Hills"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9932

Way Out There, Gary Williams, Empire #104 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9932

Side One:

1:1 "Way Out There"

1:2 "Dallas County Jail Blues"

1:3 "Yours"

1:4 "The Yodeling Hobo"

1:5 "I'm Free From the Chain Gang Now"

Side Two:

2:1 "I Wonder Where You Are Tonight"

2:2 "Uncle Sam Has Called My Number"

2:3 "The Yodeling Mule"

2:4 "The Lilies Grow High"

2:5 "I'm Lonely and Blue"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9933

Detour, Gary Williams, Empire #105 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9933

Side One:

1:1 "Detour"

1:2 "Oh, How I Miss You"

1:3 "Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight"

1:4 "Tennessee Stud"

1:5 "The Last Letter"

Side Two:

2:1 "No Vacancy"

2:2 "Trail of the Lonesome Pine"

2:3 "Blue Shadows on the Trail"

2:4 "I Bought a Rock for a Rocky Mountain Gal"

2:5 "Convict and the Rose"

2:6 "My Blue Ridge Mountain Home"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9934

Strawberry Roan, Gary Williams, Empire #106 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9934

Side One:

1:1 "Strawberry Roan"

1:2 "Blue Canadian Rockies"

1:3 "Chocolate Ice Cream Cone"

1:4 "Twilight on the Trail"

1:5 "The Gun of Billy the Kid"

1:6 "The Southern Cannonball"

Side Two:

2:1 "Freight Train"

2:2 "Jamaica Farewell"

2:3 "The Texas Cowboy"

2:4 "In the Shadow of the Pine"

2:5 "Gambling Barroom Blues"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9935

The Ballad of Jimmie Rodgers, Gary Williams, Empire #107 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9935

Side One:

1:1 "The Ballad of Jimmie Rodgers"

1:2 "Dear Old Sunny South By the Sea"

1:3 "Waiting for a Train"

1:4 "Peach Pickin' Time in Georgia"

1:5 "The Sailor's Plea"

1:6 "Jimmie the Kid"

Side Two:

2:1 "Ben Duberry's Final Run"

2:2 "Daddy and Home"

2:3 "My Rough and Rowdy Ways"

2:4 "Never No Mo' Blues"

2:5 "Mother, Queen of My Heart"

2:6 "No Hard Times"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9936

Little Joe the Wrangler, Gary Williams, Empire #108 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9936

Side One:

1:1 "Little Joe the Wrangler"

1:2 "Freight Train To Heaven"

1:3 "There's a Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere"

1:4 "Kentucky"

1:5 "Gunfight at the OK Corral"

Side Two:

2:1 "I'm Movin' On"

2:2 "Driftwood on the River"

2:3 "The King of Borneo"

2:4 "Great Grandad"

2:5 "Mississippi Valley Blues"

2:6 "Poor Ellen Smith"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9937

Sioux City Sue, Gary Williams, Empire #109 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9937

Side One:

1:1 "Sioux City Sue"

1:2 "Hallelujia, I'm a Bum"

1:3 "Back Home Again in Indiana"

1:4 "Cool Water"

1:5 "I'll Still Write Your Name in the Sand"

1:6 "Exodus"

Side Two:

2:1 "Cry of the Wild Goose"

2:2 "Abdul Abulbul Amir"

2:3 "A Spanish Cavalier"

2:4 "The Days of Forty Nine"

2:5 "Knoxville Girl"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9938

The Yellow Rose of Texas, Gary Williams, Empire #110 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9938

Side One:

1:1 "The Yellow Rose of Texas"

1:2 "The Bum Song"

1:3 "Four Strong Winds"

1:4 "Sinking of the Titanic"

1:5 "Do Right Daddy Blues"

1:6 "Poison Love"

Side Two:

2:1 "Sink the Bismark"

2:2 "Mansion on the Hill"

2:3 "Smoke, Smoke, Smoke"

2:4 "I'll Be Thinking of You, Little Gal"

2:5 "Sunny Side of the Mountain"

2:6 "I'll Remember You Love, In My Prayers"

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20376/9939

The Old Chisholm Trail, Gary Williams, Empire #111 #20376, Subseries: "Addition of July 2009: Audiocassettes." FS-20376/9939

Side One:

1:1 "The Old Chisholm Trail"