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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 Notice
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
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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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/12-1

Army V-Disc 62: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-1

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-1
1:1. "On the Mall,"  The Goldman Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-1
2:1. "American Patrol," The Goldman Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-2

Army V-Disc 68. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-2

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-2
1:1. "Body and Soul," Hazel Scott. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-2
2:1. "C Jam Blues," Hazel Scott and Sidney Catlett. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-3

Army V-Disc 78: Army Hit Kit Tunes. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-3

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-3
1:1. "Beer Barrel Polka,"  Will Glahe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Beer Barrel Polka," Will Glahe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-3
2:1. "Poker Party Polka,"  Curly Hicks and His Boys. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Jinny Lind Polka," Curly Hicks and His Boys. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-4

Army V-Disc 85. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-4

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-4
1:1. "1-2-3-4 Jump," Red Norvo and His Overseas Spotlight Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-4
2:1. "In a Mellow Tone," Red Norvo and His Overseas Spotlight Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-5

Army V-Disc 92: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-5

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-5
1:1. "Victor's March,"  Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Our Jackies," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-5
2:1. "Cheerio," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Bravura," Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-6

Army V-Disc 93: Music for Marching Men. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-6

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-6
1:1. "Onward, Brothers, March Still Onward,"  Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Dear Guardian of Mary," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:3. "Onward Christian Soldiers," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-6
2:1. "The Church's One Foundation," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Stand Up, Stand Up, for Jesus" Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "God of Our Fathers," Fort Slocum Band: Captain Harry Salter, conducting. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-7

Army V-Disc 94. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-7

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-7
1:1. "For the First Time," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra: vocal by Vaughn Monroe. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-7
2:1. "Jealous," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra: vocal by Vaughn Monroe. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-8

Army V-Disc 96. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-8

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-8
1:1. "Candlelight and Wine," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by Georgia Carroll and Harry Babbitt. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Do it Again," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocal by Georgia Carroll. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-8
2:1. "With My Head in the Clouds," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by the Quartette. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Victory Polka," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra: vocals by the Quartette. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-9

Army V-Disc 101: Army Hit Kit Tune. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-9

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-9
1:1. "They're Either Too Young or Too Old," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra: vocal by Patti Powers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-9
2:1. "Making Whoopee," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra: vocal by Patti Powers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-10

Army V-Disc 102. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-10

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-10
1:1. "My Buddy,"  Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: vocal by the Solidaires. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-10
2:1. "I Dug a Ditch," Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: vocal by the Solidaires. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-11

Army V-Disc 105. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-11

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-11
1:1. "Rockin' Chair," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-11
2:1. "Sunday, Monday or Always," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-12

Army V-Disc 106. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-12

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-12
1:1. "Rockin' and Ridin'," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-12
2:1. "Do Nothing Till You Hear From Me," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-13

Army V-Disc 108. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-13

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-13
1:1. "I've Had This Feeling Before,"  Phil Brito, with Criss Cross and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-13
2:1. "My Ideal," Phil Brito, with Criss Cross and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-14

Army V-Disc 109. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-14

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-14
1:1. "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning!," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Buddy Moreno. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-14
2:1. "The Sad Sack," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-15

Army V-Disc 120. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-15

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-15
1:1. "The Dreamer," Johnny Long and His Orchestra: vocal by Gene Williams. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-15
2:1. "Later Tonight," Johnny Long and His Orchestra: vocal by Gene Williams. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-16

Army V-Disc 125. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-16

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-16
1:1. "As Time Goes By," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocals by the Nilson Twins. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Barstool Cowboy from Old Barstow," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocal by Del Porter. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-16
2:1. "Hotcha Cornia," Spike Jones and His City Slickers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Jungle Town," Spike Jones and His City Slickers: vocal by Del Porter. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-17

Army V-Disc 142. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-17

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-17
1:1. "Russian Dance," Mischa Elman with Leopold Mittman at the piano: composer, Tchaikovsky. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-17
2:1. "Old Irish Song and Dance," Mischa Elman with Leopold Mittman at the piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-18

Army V-Disc 143. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-18

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-18
1:1. "N.R.C. Jump," Red Norvo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-18
2:1. "920 Special," John Kirby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Crossroads," John Kirby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-19

Army V-Disc 145. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-19

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-19
1:1. "1944 Nursery Rhymes," Carson Robison with His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Charms of the City Ain't for Me," Carson Robison and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-19
2:1. "Pins and Needles," Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-20

Army V-Disc 146. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-20

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-20
1:1. "American Overture,"  Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-20
2:1. "Over the Rainbow,"  David Rose and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-21

Army V-Disc 147. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-21

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-21
1:1. "Two Wings," The Southern Sons. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "We'll Anchor Bye and Bye," The Southern Sons. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-21
2:1. "Dem Golden Bells," The Southern Sons. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-22

Army V-Disc 167. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-22

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-22
1:1. "Trees," Nelson Eddy. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Smilin' Through," Nelson Eddy. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-22
2:1. "Goin' Home,"  John Charles Thomas. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-23

Army V-Disc 171. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-23

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-23
1:1. "Can't Get Stuff in Your Cuff," Ted Fiorito and His Orchestra: featuring Quig Quigley on trumpet and vocal. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I Said No," Candy (Two Voices) Candido with Ted Fiorito on the Piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-23
2:1. "'Deed I Do," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-24

Army V-Disc 192. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-24

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-24
1:1. "Temptation," Artie Shaw and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-24
2:1. "My Gal Sal," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra: vocal by the Martin Men. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "On the Banks of the Wabash," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra: vocal by Clyde Rogers, Stuart Wade, and the Martin Men. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-25

Army V-Disc 194: Medley of Andrews Sisters' Hits. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-25

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-25
1:1. Medley of Andrews Sisters' Hits. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-25
2:1. "Sing a Tropical Song," Andrew Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Rhumboogie," Andrew Sisters with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-26

Army V-Disc 195. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-26

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-26
1:1. "The Champ," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I'd Do Anything for You," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-26
2:1. "Hawaiian War Chant," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "March of the Toys," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-27

Army V-Disc 198. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-27

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-27
1:1. "Nostalgia," David Rose and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Memories of You," David Rose and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-27
2:1. "Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time,"  Victor Young and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," Victor Young and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-28

Army V-Disc 199. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-28

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-28
1:1. "Smoke Rings,"  Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-28
2:1. "A Lover's Lullaby," Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-29

Army V-Disc 202. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-29

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-29
1:1. "More Than You Know," Mildred Bailey with Teddy Wilson at the Piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-29
2:1. "Seven Come Eleven," Red Norvo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-30

Army V-Disc 203. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-30

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-30
1:1. "Harmonica Boogie Woogie,"  Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Dark Eyes and El Choclo," Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-30
2:1. "Czardas," Curtis Bay Coast Guard Philharmonicas. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Carioca," Curtis Bay and His Coast Guard Philharmonicas. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-31

Army V-Disc 205. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-31

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-31
1:1. "We'll Meet Again," The Ink Spots. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-31
2:1. "Down by the Old Mill Steam," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Jumpin' at the Woodside," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-32

Army V-Disc 209. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-32

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-32
1:1. "I've Got You Under My Skin," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-32
2:1. "In Times Like These," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "South Side," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-33

Army V-Disc 211. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-33

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-33
1:1. "Lonesome Road," Muggsy Spanier and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "That Da Da Strain," Muggsy Spanier and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-33
2:1. "Tin Roof Blues," Eddie Condon and His Town Hall Jazz Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Ballin' the Jack," Eddie Condon and His Town Hall Jazz Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-34

Army V-Disc 212. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-34

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-34
1:1. "Take the A Train," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Sentimental Lady," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-34
2:1. "Flamingo," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-35

Army V-Disc 214. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-35

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-35
1:1. "V-Disc Blues," Sydney Bechet and His New Orleans Feet Warmers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-35
2:1. "Tiger Rag," Original Dixieland Jazz Band: featuring Brad Gowans, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Edwards, Frank Signorelli, and Tony Sbarbaro. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Sensation,"  Original Dixieland Jazz Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-36

Army V-Disc 215. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-36

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-36
1:1. "Pale Moon," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Confessin' That I Love You," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-36
2:1. "Braggin'," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-37

Army V-Disc 216. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-37

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-37
1:1. "Piano Concerto in B Minor," Sgt. Eugene List, pianist, with Symphony Orchestra of the First Service Command. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-37
2:1. "Piano Concerto in A Minor," Sgt. Eugene List, pianist, with Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-38

Army V-Disc 218. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-38

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-38
1:1. "Gulf Coast Blues," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-38
2:1. "Moon of Manakoora,"  Dorothy Lamour with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii," Dorothy Lamour with Dick McIntire and His Harmony Hawaiians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-39

Army V-Disc 228. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-39

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-39
1:1. "Nocturne in F Sharp Major,"  Artur Rubinstein - Chopin. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-39
2:1. "Ritual Fire Dance," Artur Rubinstein - De Falla. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-40

Army V-Disc 229. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-40

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-40
1:1. "The Major and the Minor," Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-40
2:1. "I Wonder Boogie," Lionel Hampton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-41

Army V-Disc 231. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-41

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-41
1:1. "Spring Will Be a Little Late This Year,"  Eddie Howard and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-41
2:1. "You're the Dream, I'm the Dreamer," Eddie Howard and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-42

Army V-Disc 239. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-42

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-42
1:1. "Leave Us Face It,"  Chuck Foster and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-42
2:1. "She Don't Wanna," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Night Train to Memphis," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-43

Army V-Disc 241. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-43

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-43
1:1. "Amor," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "It Could Happen to You," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-43
2:1. "Some Other Time," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Come Out Wherever You Are," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-44

Army V-Disc 243. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-44

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-44
1:1. "It's Love, Love, Love,"  Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Take it Easy," Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-44
2:1. "Frankie and Johnny," Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians: vocal by Jimmy Brown. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-45

Army V-Disc 244. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-45

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-45
1:1. "Time Alone Will Tell," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-45
2:1. "Going My Way," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-46

Army V-Disc 249. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-46

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-46
1:1. "You're Some Pretty Doll,"  Pat Flowers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Abdullah," Pat Flowers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-46
2:1. "Someday Sweetheart," Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "At the Jazz Band Ball," Muggsy Spanier and His Ragtime Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-47

Army V-Disc 251. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-47

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-47
1:1. "Meditation from Thais,"  Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-47
2:1. "Abenlied," Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Flight of the Bumble Bee," Nathan Milstein, violinist, with Arthur Balsam at the piano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-48

Army V-Disc 252. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-48

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-48
1:1. "The Mood to Be Wooed," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-48
2:1. "My Little Brown Book," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-49

Army V-Disc 256. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-49

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-49
1:1. "Tu Nombre," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Carinoso," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-49
2:1. "Noche De Ronda," Chuchu Martinez and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-50

Army V-Disc 257. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-50

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-50
1:1. "Blue Flame," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Fur Trapper's Ball," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-50
2:1. "Down in the Valley," The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Straighten Up and Fly Right," The Andrews Sisters with Vic Schoen and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-51

Army V-Disc 258. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-51

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-51
1:1. "Beaver Junction," Count Basie and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-51
2:1. "Kansas City Stride," Count Basie and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-52

Army V-Disc 259. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-52

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-52
1:1. "Rock it for Me," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra: vocal, Willie Smith and Ensemble. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Wham," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-52
2:1. "St. James Infirmary," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Geechee Joe," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-53

Army V-Disc 261. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-53

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-53
1:1. "Someday I'll Meet You Again,"   Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Billie Williams. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-53
2:1. "Kentucky," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Nancy Norman. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-54

Army V-Disc 262. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-54

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-54
1:1. "Put Your Dreams Away for Another Day," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "And Then You Kissed Me," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-54
2:1. "I'll Be Seeing You,"  Jo Stafford. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Someone to Love," Jo Stafford. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-55

Army V-Disc 264. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-55

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-55
1:1. "Waltzing Matilda,"  Josh White. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-55
2:1. "The Lass with the Delicate Air," Josh White. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Blues in Berlin," Josh White. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-56

Army V-Disc 268. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-56

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-56
1:1. "I'll Remember April,"  Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-56
2:1. "Lazy River," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "There'll Be Some Changes Made," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-57

Army V-Disc 270. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-57

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-57
1:1. "That Old Gang of Mine," Bobby Hackett and His Jam Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "After I Say I'm Sorry," Bobby Hackett and His Jam Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-57
2:1. "After You've Gone," Sidney Bechet and His New Orleans Feet Warmers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-58

Army V-Disc 271. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-58

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-58
1:1. "Rustle of Spring," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-58
2:1. "Snowfall," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Pop Goes the Weasel," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-59

Army V-Disc 274. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-59

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-59
1:1. "Poor Butterfly," Benny Goodman Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Benny Goodman Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-59
2:1. "I Get the Blues When it Rains,"  Lee Castle and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-60

Army V-Disc 277. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-60

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-60
1:1. "I'm in the Market for You," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Sharp as a Tack," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-60
2:1. "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,"  Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra: vocal, Kenny Sargent. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "My Wild Irish Rose," Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-61

Army V-Disc 278. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-61

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-61
1:1. "Go Down Moses,"  Irving Szathmary and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-61
2:1. "My Old Kentucky Home," Irving Szathmary and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-62

Army V-Disc 279. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-62

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-62
1:1. "Drummer's Band," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Drum Boogie," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra: vocal, Anita O'Day. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-62
2:1. "Cielito Lindo,"  Larry Clinton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Sahara," Larry Clinton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-63

Army V-Disc 283. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-63

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-63
1:1. "The Great Lie," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-63
2:1. "Flip Lid,"  Les Brown and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-64

Army V-Disc 285. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-64

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-64
1:1. "Hot Lips,"  Henry Busse and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Wang Wang Blues," Henry Busse and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-64
2:1. "Artistry in Rhythm,"  Stan Kenton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Eager Beaver," Stan Kenton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-65

Army V-Disc 286. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-65

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-65
1:1. "Trav'lin' Light,"  Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra: vocal, Billie Holiday. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-65
2:1. "All for You,"  The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "I Can't See for Lookin'," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-66

Army V-Disc 288. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-66

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-66
1:1. "The First Noel," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:3. "Silent Night, Holy Night," Andre Kostelanetz Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-66
2:1. "Jingle Bells," The Band of the Training Command of the AAF: with greetings from Shirley Temple. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "White Christmas," The Band of the Training Command of the AAF. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-67

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

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-67
1:1. "Pretty Eyes," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Lunceford Special," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-67
2:1. "Circus in Rhythm," Count Basie and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-68

Army V-Disc 289. Duplicate of TR/12-67 #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-68

Transcription Disc TR/12-69

Army V-Disc 293. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-69

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-69
1:1. "Come Back to Sorrento," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Bishop's Blues," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-69
2:1. "Uptown Express," Lee Castle and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-70

Army V-Disc 294. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-70

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-70
1:1. "Uptown Blues," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Haunted Town," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra: vocal, Lena Horne. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-70
2:1. "Traumerei," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Where Has My Little Dog Gone?," Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-71

Army V-Disc 300. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-71

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-71
1:1. "So Beats My Heart for You,"  Paul Weston and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I've Got You Under My Skin,"  Gordon Jenkins and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-71
2:1. "Robin Hood,"  Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-72

Army V-Disc 303. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-72

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-72
1:1. "Janie," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra: vocal, Billy Williams. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "There is No Greater Love," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-72
2:1. "Just Kiddin' Around," Artie Shaw and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-73

Army V-Disc 315. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-73

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-73
1:1. "You Always Hurt the One You Love," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra: vocal, Jimmy Saunders. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Just Friends," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-73
2:1. "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-74

Army V-Disc 316. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-74

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-74
1:1. "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles,"  June Hutton and the Pied Pipers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Trolley Song,"  June Hutton and the Pied Pipers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-74
2:1. "Out of Nowhere," Paul Weston and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-75

Army V-Disc 322. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-75

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-75
1:1. "Melody in A," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Chicago," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-75
2:1. "After You've Gone," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All-Star Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-76

Army V-Disc 324. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-76

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-76
1:1. "Which Switch Witch," Red Norvo and His Quintet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Bass on the Barroom Floor," Red Norvo and His Quintet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-76
2:1. "Begin the Beguine,"  Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-77

Army V-Disc 332. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-77

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-77
1:1. "The Very Thought of You," Gene Krupa and His New Orchestra: vocal, Lillian Lane. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-77
2:1. "The White Star of Sigma Nu,"  Johnny Long and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "In a Shanty in Old Shanty Town," Johnny Long and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-78

Army V-Disc 338. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-78

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-78
1:1. "I'm Making Believe," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Foo a Little Bally-hoo," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-78
2:1. "Summer Holiday,"  17 Skymen of the 718th AAF Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-79

Army V-Disc 343. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-79

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-79
1:1. "Three Little Messerschmitts,"  The United States Army Air Forces Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-79
2:1. "American Doughboy," The United States Army Air Forces Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "There's Nothing in Front of the Infantry," The United States Army Air Forces Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-80

Army V-Disc 355. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-80

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-80
1:1. "Hop Skip Jump," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Main Stem," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-80
2:1. "For Dancers Only," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "White Heat," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-81

Army V-Disc 365. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-81

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-81
1:1. "Into Each Life," Ella Fitzgerald and the Ink Spots. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "It Don't Mean a Thing," Mills Brothers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-81
2:1. "Embraceable You," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "What is This Thing Called Love," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-82

Army V-Disc 373. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-82

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-82
1:1. "Am I Blue,"  Paul Baron and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Baron Riffs," Paul Baron and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-82
2:1. "Angelina," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "The White Cliffs of Dover," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-83

Army V-Disc 377. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-83

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-83
1:1. "Minuetto,"  AAFTAC (Army Air Force Tactical Center) Symphonette. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-83
2:1. "Caribbean Fantasy," The United States Army Air Forces Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-84

Army V-Disc 379. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-84

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-84
1:1. "Serenade,"  Wayne King and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Evening Star," Wayne King and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-84
2:1. "Sweet Leilani,"  Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Down on Ami Ami Oni Isle," Harry Owens and His Royal Hawaiians. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-85

Army V-Disc 383. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-85

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-85
1:1. "Cotton Eyed Joe,"  Josh White. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "One Meat Ball," Josh White. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-85
2:1. "Baltimore Oriole," Hoagy Carmichael. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Hong Kong Blues," Hoagy Carmichael. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-86

Army V-Disc 389. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-86

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-86
1:1. "I'm Beginning to See the Light," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal, Kitty Kallen. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-86
2:1. "A Good Man is Hard to Find," Les Brown and His Orchestra: vocal, Butch Stone. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Nickel Serenade," Les Brown and His Orchestra: vocal, Betty Bonney. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-87

Army V-Disc 398. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-87

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-87
1:1. "In the Dark of the Moon," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I Wonder What's Become of Sally," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-87
2:1. "Tabby the Cat," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Hymn to a Goat," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-88

Army V-Disc 415. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-88

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-88
1:1. "Creole Love Call," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-88
2:1. "Cool as a Fool in a Pool," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Singin' in the Rain," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-89

Army V-Disc 429. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-89

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-89
1:1. "The Last Rose of Summer,"  Bida Sayao, soprano. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-89
2:1. "Her Love Was Never Mine,"  Ezio Pinza. From the opera, Don Carlos. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-90

Army V-Disc 431. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-90

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-90
1:1. "He Didn't Ask Me," Pearl Bailey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Quicker I Gets to Where I'm Goin'," Pearl Bailey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-90
2:1. "Cancel the Flowers,"  The Charioteers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "The Train Song," The Charioteers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-91

Army V-Disc 435. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-91

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-91
1:1. "How Little We Know,"  Buddy Clark. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I Understand," Bob Eberly. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-91
2:1. "Lonesome Road,"  344th Army Service Forces Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Swingtime in the Rockies," 344th Army Service Forces Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-92

Army V-Disc 437. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-92

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-92
1:1. "Oh, Lady Be Good,"  Yank Lawson and His Orchestra; featuring Will Bradley, trombone. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-92
2:1. "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "A Pile O' Cole," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-93

Army V-Disc 480. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-93

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-93
1:1. "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit Bag,"  Bob Crosby and His V-Disc Bob Cats; featuring Martha Tilton. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-93
2:1. "It Don't Mean a Thing if it Ain't Got That Swing," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-94

Army V-Disc 505. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-94

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-94
1:1. "Hollywood Hangover," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra; featuring Cat Anderson on trumpet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-94
2:1. "C Jam Blues,"  Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-95

Army V-Disc 507. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-95

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-95
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-95
2:1. "Dark Eyes," The Gene Krupa Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Wire Brush Stomp," The Gene Krupa Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-96

Army V-Disc 508. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-96

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-96
1:1. "When I Grow Too Old to Dream," Bob Crosby and His V-Disc Bob Cats. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-96
2:1. "Satchel-Mouth Baby," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Solid Potato Salad," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-97

Army V-Disc 509. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-97

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-97
1:1. "Deep River," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-97
2:1. "The Wish That I Wish Tonight,"  Ray Noble and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "So in Love," Ray Noble and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-98

Army V-Disc 510. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-98

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-98
1:1. "Can't You Read Between the Lines," Dinah Shore. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "June is Bustin' Out All Over,"  Ginny Simms. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-98
2:1. "Velvet Moon,"  Marie Greene. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-99

Army V-Disc 511. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-99

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-99
1:1. "Molly Malone,"  Morton Downey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-99
2:1. "Don't Apologize,"  The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Limehouse Blues," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-100

Army V-Disc 513. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-100

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-100
1:1. "Gotta Be This or That," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-100
2:1. "Bahama Joe," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Nobody But Me," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-101

Army V-Disc 514. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-101

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-101
1:1. "Together," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "King Porter Stomp," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-101
2:1. "Lily Belle," Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-102

Army V-Disc 516. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-102

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-102
1:1. "Perfume Suite," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-102
2:1. "Perfume Suite," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-103

Army V-Disc 523. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-103

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-103
1:1. "You're So Worth the Waiting For,"  George Paxton and His Orchestra; vocals by Allan Dale. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "While You're Away," George Paxton and His Orchestra; vocals by Allan Dale. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-103
2:1. "To Beat or not to Beat,"  Randy Brooks and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-104

Army V-Disc 524. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-104

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-104
1:1. "Downhearted Blues," Mildred Bailey with Red Norvo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-104
2:1. "Beyond the Blue Horizon," Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-105

Army V-Disc 525. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-105

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-105
1:1. "Please Don't Squeeza Da Banana," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I'll Walk Alone," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: Medley from "Waikiki Wedding" Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-105
2:1. "Blue Hawaii," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Little Hula Heaven," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "Sweet Leilani," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-106

Army V-Disc 527. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-106

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-106
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-106
2:1. "Tired," Pearl Bailey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Fifteen Years," Pearl Bailey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-107

Army V-Disc 528. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-107

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-107
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-107
2:1. "Almendra,"  Machito and His Afro-Cubans. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Tra La La," Machito and His Afro-Cubans. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-108

Army V-Disc 529. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-108

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-108
1:1. "The Man I Love,"  Coleman Hawkins' Swing Four. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-108
2:1. "The Trouble with Me is You,"  Johnny Bothwell and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-109

Army V-Disc 534. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-109

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-109
1:1. "Diminuendo in Blue," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Crescendo in Blue," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-109
2:1. "Sent for You Yesterday," Count Basie and HIs Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Jimmy's Boogie Woogie," Count Basie and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-110

Army V-Disc 535. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-110

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-110
1:1. "Autumn Serenade," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "It's Been a Long, Long Time," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-110
2:1. "I'm Gonna Love That Guy," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Clarinade," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-111

Army V-Disc 536. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-111

Side One: Hoagy Carmichael Plays and Sings His Own Songs. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-111
1:1. "Stardust," Hoagy Carmichael. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "No More Toujours L'Amour," Hoagy Carmichael. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:3. "Billy A Dick," Hoagy Carmichael. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-111
2:1. "Dancing in the Dark,"  Carmen Cavallaro. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Just One More Chance," Carmen Cavallaro. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "Penthouse Serenade," Carmen Cavallaro. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:4. "I Can't Get Started," Carmen Cavallaro. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-112

Army V-Disc 541. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-112

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-112
1:1. "That Feeling in the Moonlight," Perry Como. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I'd Do it All Over Again," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-112
2:1. "Whistler and His Dog,"  The Milt Herth Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Mama Inez," The Milt Herth Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-113

Army V-Disc 544. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-113

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-113
1:1. "They Didn't Believe Me,"  Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Where or When," Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-113
2:1. "Let Him Go, Let Him Tarry,"  Evelyn Knight. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-114

Army V-Disc . #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-114

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-114
1:1. "The Devil is Afraid of Music,"  United States Maritime Service Training Station Band; vocal by Pee Wee Hunt. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm," U.S. Maritime Service Training Station Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-114
2:1. "Cradle Song," Army Service Forces Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "I Know That You Know," Army Services Forces Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-115

Army V-Disc 546. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-115

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-115
1:1. "Daphnis and Chloe,"  CBS Symphony Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-115
2:1. "Daphnis and Chloe," CBS Symphony Orchestra. Part Three. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-116

Army V-Disc 548. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-116

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-116
1:1. "Polonaise in A Flat,"  Jose Iturbi. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-116
2:1. "Polonaise in A Flat," Jose Iturbi. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-117

Army V-Disc 553. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-117

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-117
1:1. "Moten Swing," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Just You, Just Me," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-117
2:1. "The Touch of Your Lips," George Paxton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "My Devotion," George Paxton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "You've Got Me Crying Again," George Paxton and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-118

Army V-Disc 556. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-118

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-118
1:1. "Shine," Benny Goodman Sextet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Tiger Rag," Benny Goodman Sextet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-118
2:1. "If I Had You," Martha Tilton and Her V-Disc Play-Fellows. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-119

Army V-Disc 564. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-119

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-119
1:1. "Homesick, That's All," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Night is Young and You're So Beautiful," Frank Sinatra and Dinah Shore with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-119
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-120

Army V-Disc 565. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-120

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-120
1:1. "Adios Muchachos,"  Morton Gould and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Jarabe Tapatio," Morton Gould and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-120
2:1. "Flamingo," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-121

Army V-Disc 571. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-121

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-121
1:1. "Felicia No Capicia," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Ya Gotta See Baby Tonight," Louis Prima and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-121
2:1. "I'm in a Romantic Mood," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Sing Sing Sing," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-122

Army V-Disc 583. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-122

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-122
1:1. "125th Street Prophet," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-122
2:1. "Deep Night," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "I Found a New Baby," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-123

Army V-Disc 585. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-123

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-123
1:1. "Give Me the Simple Life," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "My Guy's Come Back," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-123
2:1. "Just a Little Fond Affection," Gene Krupa and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Here I Go Just Dreamin' Away," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-124

Army V-Disc 591. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-124

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-124
1:1. "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini,"  William Kapell at the Piano, New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-124
2:1. "Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini," William Kapell at the Piano, New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-125

Army V-Disc 594. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-125

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-125
1:1. "Aren't You Glad You're You," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me," Frank Sinatra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-125
2:1. "Love Letters," Perry Como. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "What a Deal," Martha Tilton. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-126

Army V-Disc 599. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-126

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-126
1:1. "The Pants That Pappy gave to Me,"  The Three Jesters. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I Had a Hat," The Three Jesters. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-126
2:1. "By the Waters of the Minnetonka," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "What Would Annie Say," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "Busy Holiday," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-127

Army V-Disc 600. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-127

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-127
1:1. "You Won't Be Satisfied," Les Brown and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Honeydripper," Cab Calloway and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-127
2:1. "Rose Room," Harry James and His Orchestra; featuring Willie Smith on clarinet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-128

Army V-Disc 603. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-128

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-128
1:1. "That's Rich,"  Buddy Rich and His V-Disc Speed Demons; featuring Ella Fitzgerald. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-128
2:1. "Tea for Two,"  Bill Stegmeyer and His Hot Eight. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-129

Army V-Disc 604. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-129

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-129
1:1. "She's Funny That Way," Art Tatum. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-129
2:1. "Gershwin Medley," Art Tatum. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-130

Army V-Disc 605. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-130

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-130
1:1. "A Door Will Open," Tommy Dorsey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "The Moment I Met You," Tommy Dorsey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-130
2:1. "Old Rob Roy," Roy Eldridge and His V-Discatters. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-131

Army V-Disc 610. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-131

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-131
1:1. "In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-131
2:1. "Convoy," Sam Donahue and the Navy Dance Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-132

Army V-Disc 613. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-132

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-132
1:1. "The Man I Love," Marie Greene and Her V-Disc Merry Men (Introduction by Fibber McGee and Molly). #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-132
2:1. "September Song,"  Helen Forrest. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Mean to Me," Helen Forrest and Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-133

Army V-Disc 617. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-133

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-133
1:1. "Esquire Swank," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Esquire All American Jazz Concert. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-133
2:1. "Mean to Me," Woody Herman and His Orchestra; featuring Bill Harris on trombone. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Caldonia," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-134

Army V-Disc 619. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-134

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-134
1:1. "Late at Night,"  Bill Heathcock and His V-Disc West Coasters. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-134
2:1. "My Silent Love," Bill Heathcock and His V-Disc West Coasters. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-135

Army V-Disc 626. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-135

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-135
1:1. "Frankie and Johnnie," Part One. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-135
2:1. "Frankie and Johnnie," Part Two. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-136

Army V-Disc 630. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-136

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-136
1:1. "Bouncin' on a V-Disc," Fats Waller. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-136
2:1. "I Can't Escape From You,"  Bunk Johnson and His Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-137

Army V-Disc 634. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-137

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-137
1:1. "Begin the Beguine," Art Tatum. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Indiana," Art Tatum. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-137
2:1. "Poor Butterfly," Art Tatum. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-138

Army V-Disc 641. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-138

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-138
1:1. "Polly Wolly Doodle,"  Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Cinderella Sue," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-138
2:1. "All Through the Day," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Limehouse Blues," Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-139

Army V-Disc 662. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-139

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-139
1:1. "Strange Love," Marie Greene and Her Merrymen. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Penthouse Serenade," Marie Greene and Her Merrymen. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-139
2:1. "I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls," Evelyn Knight. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "St. Louis Blues," Evelyn Knight. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-140

Army V-Disc 665. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-140

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-140
1:1. "Meshugah,"  Chubby Jackson's Mad Mob. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-140
2:1. "My Ideal," Coleman Hawkins and His Tenor Sax. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Squeeze Me," Mildred Bailey. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-141

Army V-Disc 666. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-141

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-141
1:1. "Il Guarany Overture," Dr. Frank Black Conducting Symphony Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-141
2:1. "Il Guarany Overture," Dr. Frank Black Conducting Symphony Orchestra. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-142

Army V-Disc 667. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-142

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-142
1:1. "Voices of Spring," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-142
2:1. "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2," Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-143

Army V-Disc 671. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-143

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-143
1:1. "Unbooted Character," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-143
2:1. "Blue and Melancholy Mood,"  Monica Lewis with Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Put the Blame on Mame," Monica Lewis with Ray Bloch and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-144

Army V-Disc 673. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-144

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-144
1:1. "My Lord, What a Mornin'," The Charioteers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I've Got a Home in That Rock," The Charioteers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-144
2:1. "Coax Me," Dinah Shore. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "One More Dream," Bing Crosby and the Charioteers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-145

Army V-Disc 674. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-145

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-145
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-145
2:1. "Flyin' on a V-Disc," Lionel Hampton and His V-Disc All Stars. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-146

Army V-Disc 676. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-146

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-146
1:1. "Finlandia," Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Frank Black. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-146
2:1. "Finlandia," Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr. Frank Black. Part Two. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-147

Army V-Disc 714. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-147

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-147
1:1. "The Man I Love," Eddie Heywood. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-147
2:1. "As Long as I Live," The Benny Goodman Sextet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Benny's Bugle," The Benny Goodman Sextet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-148

Army V-Disc 748. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-148

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-148
1:1. "Clair De Lune,"  Elliot Lawrence and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-148
2:1. "Kindergarten Flower Pageant,"  Alec Wilder Octet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Dance Man Buys a Farm," Alec Wilder Octet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-149

Army V-Disc 751. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-149

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-149
1:1. "Linda," Ray Noble and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "What is This Thing Called Love," Artie Shaw and His Band. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-149
2:1. "It's the Talk of the Town," Les Paul and His Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "I've Found a New Baby," Les Paul and His Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-150

Army V-Disc 754. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-150

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-150
1:1. "How Are Things in Glocca Morra," Buddy Clark with Mitchell Ayres and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "I Knew You When,"  Buddy Hughes with Claude Thornhill and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-150
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. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Nat Meets June," 1946 Metronome Winners; featuring June Christy and King Cole. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-151

Army V-Disc 761. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-151

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-151
1:1. "The Sphinx,"  Catalina Sectette. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Skrontch," Catalina Sectette. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-151
2:1. "Jones Beachhead," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-152

Army V-Disc 769. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-152

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-152
1:1. "Beatrice," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "If I Had My Life to Live Over," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-152
2:1. "Heartaches,"  Ted Weems and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Managua Nicaragua," Chuck Foster and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-153

Army V-Disc 785. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-153

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-153
1:1. "Good-Bye Girls I'm Through," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-153
2:1. "I'll Forget You," Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Mother Machree," Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-154

Army V-Disc 787. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-154

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-154
1:1. "Krakowiak Polka,"  Bill Gale and His V-Disc Polka Cats. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Three Ring Polka," Bill Gale and His V-Disc Polka Cats. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-154
2:1. "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," Roy Rogers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Cajon Stomp," Roy Rogers. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-155

Army V-Disc 801. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-155

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-155
1:1. "The Man I Love," Bobby Hackett on Trumpet. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-155
2:1. "Lover Come Back to Me," Mildred Bailey with Ellis Larkin Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Blues in a Flat,"  Ellis Larkin Trio. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-156

Army V-Disc 803. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-156

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-156
1:1. "He's Funny That Way,"  Kay Starr with Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "It Ain't Gonna Be Like That,"  Frankie Laine with Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-156
2:1. "Old Rockin' Chair," Louis Armstrong with Edmund Hall and Men. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-157

Army V-Disc 807: George Gershwin Memorial. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-157

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-157
1:1. "The Man I Love," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (introductions by Paul Whiteman and Ira Gershwin). #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
1:2. "Swanee," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-157
2:1. "Embraceable You," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:2. "Strike Up the Band," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
2:3. "Someone to Watch Over Me," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-158

Army V-Disc 898. #20376, Series: "1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949." TR/12-158

Side One: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-158
1:1. "The Tattooed Bride," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949., Trans TR/12-158
2:1. "The Tattooed Bride," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 1. Army V-Discs, 1943-1949.,
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51 items.

Arrangement: Chronological by issue number.

Transcription Disc TR/12-159

Navy V-Disc 16. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-159

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-159
1:1. "Always," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Bye Bye Blues," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-159
2:1. "Shine on Harvest Moon," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-160

Navy V-Disc 17. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-160

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-160
1:1. "Coquette," John Kirby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Royal Garden Blues," John Kirby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-160
2:1. "You Can't Get That No More," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "The End of My Worry," Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-161

Navy V-Disc 18. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-161

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-161
1:1. "You Send Me," Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-161
2:1. "Maria Elena," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocal by Dick Haymes. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-162

Navy V-Disc 46. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-162

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-162
1:1. "Charleston Alley," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Para Vega Me Voy," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-162
2:1. "I'm Alone with You," Jimmie Lunceford and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Marilyn Comes On," Jimmie Lunceford and His Lunceford. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-163

Navy V-Disc 55. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-163

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-163
1:1. "Schicklegruber," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Together," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-163
2:1. "A Night in Tunisia,"  Boyd Raeburn and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-164

Navy V-Disc 66. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-164

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-164
1:1. "Trav'lin' Light," Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra; vocal by Billie Holiday. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-164
2:1. "All For You," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "I Can't See For Lookin'," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-165

Navy V-Disc 81. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-165

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-165
1:1. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Bing Crosby with John Scott Trotter and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Going My Way," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-165
2:1. "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral-That's an Irish Lullaby," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Swingin' on a Star," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-166

Navy V-Disc 82. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-166

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-166
1:1. "These Foolish Things Remind Me of You," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All Star Band. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Hallelujah," Benny Goodman and His V-Disc All Star Band. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-166
2:1. "In the Gloaming," Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Deep Purple," Glenn Miller and the Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-167

Navy V-Disc 85. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-167

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-167
1:1. "Some Peaceful Evening," Les Brown and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Okay for Baby," Les Brown and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-167
2:1. "There Are no Wings on a Foxhole," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Lili Marlene," Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-168

Navy V-Disc 88. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-168

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-168
1:1. "Your Feets Too Big," Fats Waller and His Rhythm. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "All That Meat and No Potatoes," Fats Waller and His Rhythm. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-168
2:1. "Jelly Jelly," Earl Hines and his Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-169

Navy V-Disc 89. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-169

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-169
1:1. "And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine,"  Stan Kenton and His Orchestra; vocal by Anita O'Day. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-169
2:1. "In a Magic Garden,"  Raymond Scott and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Tijuana," Raymond Scott and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-170

Navy V-Disc 90. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-170

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-170
1:1. "Mighty Lak' a Rose," Frank Sinatra with Axel Stordahl and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-170
2:1. "My Reverie,"  Bea Wain with Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Blow Gabriel Blow," Bea Wain. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-171

Navy V-Disc 91. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-171

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-171
1:1. "Flight of the Bumblebee," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Strictly Instrumental," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-171
2:1. "Summertime," Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Shortnin' Bread," Bob Crosby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-172

Navy V-Disc 93. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-172

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-172
1:1. "Prelude in E Major," AAFTAC Syphonette. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-172
2:1. "Waltz (From 'Serenade for Strings')," AAFTAC Symphonette. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-173

Navy V-Disc 94. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-173

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-173
1:1. "Oh What a Beautiful Mornin'," Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-173
2:1. "Don't Cry Baby,"  Erskine Hawkins and His Orchestra; vocal by Jimmy Mitchell. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-174

Navy V-Disc 95. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-174

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-174
1:1. "You Always Hurt the One You Love," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Just Friends," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-174
2:1. "Things Ain't What They Used to Be," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-175

Navy V-Disc 98. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-175

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-175
1:1. "Ten Days with Baby,"  Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra; vocals by Jean La Salle. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Miss You," Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-175
2:1. "Limehouse Blues," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Kay Kyser and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-176

Navy V-Disc 99. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-176

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-176
1:1. "Boston Tea Party,"  Mal Hallett and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-176
2:1. "Goofus,"  Louise Massey and Her Westerners. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "You Don't Love Me (But I'll Always Care)," Louise Massey and Her Westerners. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:3. "Wildcat," Louise Massey and Her Westerners. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-177

Navy V-Disc 100. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-177

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-177
1:1. "Sweet and Lovely," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "The Lamp is Low," Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-177
2:1. "It Must Be Jelly 'Cause Jam Don't Shake Like That," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Flyin' Home," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-178

Navy V-Disc 104. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-178

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-178
1:1. "Which Switch Witch," Red Norvo and His Quintet. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "The Bass on the Barroom Floor," Red Norvo and His Quintet. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-178
2:1. "I Can't Get Started," Bunny Berigan and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-179

Navy V-Disc 111. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-179

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-179
1:1. "Dance with a Dolly," Clyde Lucas and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-179
2:1. "An Hour Never Passes,"  Tommy Tucker and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-180

Navy V-Disc 124. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-180

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-180
1:1. "Untitled," The Benny Goodman Quintet. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-180
2:1. "Sometimes I'm Happy," Benny Goodman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-181

Navy V-Disc 133. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-181

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-181
1:1. "Ain't Misbehavin'," Fats Waller, piano and vocal. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Two Sleepy People," Fats Waller, piano and vocal. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-181
2:1. "Slightly Less Than Wonderful," Fats Waller, piano and vocal. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "There's a Gal in My Life," Fats Waller, piano and vocal. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-182

Navy V-Disc 137. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-182

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-182
1:1. "I Realize Now," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Gee Baby Ain't I Good to You," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-182
2:1. "Twilight Time," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Tico Tico," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-183

Navy V-Disc 138. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-183

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-183
1:1. "The Blue Danube,"   Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-183
2:1. "The Blue Danube," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Two. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-184

Navy V-Disc 140. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-184

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-184
1:1. "Do You Savvy," John Kirby and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-184
2:1. "Confessin' That I Love You," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Pale Moon," Tony Pastor and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-185

Navy V-Disc 146. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-185

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-185
1:1. "Music Makers," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Cherry," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-185
2:1. "Two O'Clock Jump," Harry James and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-186

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

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-186
1:1. "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra; vocal by Kay Starr. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-186
2:1. "Old Fashioned Love," Eddy Howard and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-187

Navy V-Disc 150. Duplicate of TR/12-186. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-187

Transcription Disc TR/12-188

Navy V-Disc 153. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-188

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-188
1:1. "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive,"  Johnny Mercer and the Pied Pipers. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "There's a Fellow Waiting in Poughkeepsie," June Hutton and the Pied Pipers. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-188
2:1. "Walkin' in the Light,"  Deep River Boys. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Get on Board Little Chillun," Deep River Boys. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-189

Navy V-Disc 195. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-189

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-189
1:1. "Creole Love Call," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-189
2:1. "Cool as a Fool in a Pool," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Singin' in the Rain," Hal McIntyre and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-190

Navy V-Disc 203. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-190

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-190
1:1. "Wait 'Till the Sun Shines Nellie," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "In the Good Old Summer Time," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-190
2:1. "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "For Me and My Gal," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-191

Navy V-Disc 212. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-191

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-191
1:1. "1812 Overture," The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York. Artur Rodzinski, conductor. Part One. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-191
2:1. "1812 Overture," The Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra of New York. Artur Rodzinski, conductor. Part Two. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-192

Navy V-Disc 213. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-192

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-192
1:1. "I Miss Your Kiss," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "A Little on the Lonely Side," Sammy Kaye and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: Medley #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-192
2:1. "Once in a While," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "I Love You Truly," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:3. "Coquette," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:4. "In a Little Dutch Mill," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:5. "Goodnight Sweetheart," Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-193

Navy V-Disc 216. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-193

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-193
1:1. "Make Believe,"  Frankie Carle. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl," Frankie Carle. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-193
2:1. "It's Dawn Again," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Wooden Shoes," The Three Suns. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-194

Navy V-Disc 217. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-194

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-194
1:1. "Oh, Lady Be Good,"  Yank Lawson and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-194
2:1. "If You Can't Smile and Say Yes, Please Don't Cry and Say No," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "A Pile O' Cole," The King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-195

Navy V-Disc 218. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-195

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-195
1:1. "Laura," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "I Wonder," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-195
2:1. "The More I See You," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocal by Buddy De Vito. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "The Devil Sat Down and Cried," Harry James and His Orchestra; vocals by Helen Forrest, Harry James, Dick Haymes and His Band. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-196

Navy V-Disc 221. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-196

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-196
1:1. "White Christmas," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "I'll Be Home for Christmas," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-196
2:1. "Silent Night," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Jingle Bells," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:3. "Adeste Fidelis," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-197

Navy V-Disc 222. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-197

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-197
1:1. "Ave Maria,"  Eileen Farrell. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Holy Night," Eileen Farrell. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-197
2:1. "Agnus Dei,"  Jan Peerce. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-198

Navy V-Disc 226. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-198

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-198
1:1. "Just One of Those Things," Benny Goodman Quintet. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Rachel's Dream," Benny Goodman Quintet. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-198
2:1. "Get Happy," Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Crazy Rhythm," Coleman Hawkins and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-199

Navy V-Disc 229. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-199

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-199
1:1. "Penthouse Serenade," Charlie Spivak and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-199
2:1. "Slow Freight,"  Benny Carter and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Fish Fry," Benny Carter and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-200

Navy V-Disc 231. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-200

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-200
1:1. "More Than You Know," The Combined Bands of Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-200
2:1. "Brotherly Jump," The Combined Bands of Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-201

Navy V-Disc 232. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-201

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-201
1:1. "Three Caballeros," The Andrews Sisters. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Victory Polka," The Andrews Sisters. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-201
2:1. "You Tell Me Your Dream," The Mills Brothers. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Cielito Linda," The Mills Brothers. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-202

Navy V-Disc 233. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-202

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-202
1:1. "I Never Felt This Way Before," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Live and Love Tonight," Duke Ellington and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-202
2:1. "The Story of Two Cigarettes,"  Paul Baron and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Cabaret," Paul Baron and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-203

Navy V-Disc 234. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-203

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-203
1:1. "Sugar," Yank Lawson and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Sensation," Yank Lawson and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-203
2:1. "All of My Life," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Buddy DiVito. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "I Don't Care Who Knows It," Harry James and His Orchestra: vocal by Kitty Kallen. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-204

Navy V-Disc 238. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-204

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-204
1:1. "Golden Wedding," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Caldonia," Woody Herman and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-204
2:1. "Skyliner," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Blue Skies," Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-205

Navy V-Disc 243. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-205

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-205
1:1. "A Friend of Yours," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "That Sly Old Gentleman From Featherbed Lane," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-205
2:1. "I Fall in Love Too Easily," Dinah Shore. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me," Dinah Shore with Albert Stack and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-206

Navy V-Disc 254. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-206

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-206
1:1. "Call Me Darling, Call Me Sweetheart, Call Me Dear,"  The King Sisters with Buddy Cole and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Yah-Ta-Ta, Yah-Ta-Ta," The King Sisters with Freddy Martin and His Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-206
2:1. "He's Home for a Little While,"  Anita Ellis. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Good, Good, Good," Anita Ellis. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-207

Navy V-Disc 261. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-207

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-207
1:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part One. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-207
2:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Two. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-208

Navy V-Disc 262. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-208

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-208
1:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. Part Three. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-208
2:1. "Nutcracker Suite," Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-209

Navy V-Disc 263. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-209

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-209
1:1. "One Alone," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
1:2. "Poinciana," Bing Crosby. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-209
2:1. "On the Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe," Johnny Mercer. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Conversation While Dancing," Johnny Mercer and Jo Stafford with the Pied Pipers and Paul Weston's Orchestra. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Transcription Disc TR/12-210

Navy V-Disc 268. #20376, Series: "2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945." TR/12-210

Side One: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-210
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. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
Side Two: #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945., Trans TR/12-210
2:1. "Satchel-Mouth Baby," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
2:2. "Solid Potato Salad," King Cole Trio. #20376, Series 2. Navy V-Discs, 1944-1945.,
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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974.

165 items.

Arrangement: Chronological.

Transcription Disc TR/12-211

Ralph Emery Show No. 1120, 27 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-211

"Open Up the Book," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Snap Your Fingers,"  Peggy Little. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"I Can See You in the Windshield,"  Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Mark of a Heel," Hank Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Pitty Pitty Patter,"  Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"All I Want to Do is Say I Love You,"  Brian Collins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town,"  Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Gone," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"The Choking Kind,"  Diane Trask. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Love's Old Song,"  Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-211
Transcription Disc TR/12-212

Ralph Emery Show No. 1121, 28 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-212

"Leaving and Saying Goodbye," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Wings of a Dove," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"You're Looking at Country," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"All My Trials,"  Ray Stevens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Red Door,"  Carl Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"He's So Fine,"  Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"What in the World's Come Over You,"  Kenny Earley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Sweet Misery," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Saunders Ferry Lane," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"She's Leavin',"  Jim Ed Brown. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
"Charlotte Forever,"  Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-212
Transcription Disc TR/12-213

Ralph Emery Show No. 1122, 29 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-213

"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Just For You," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Good Enough to Be Your Wife,"  Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"One Night of Love," Johnny Duncan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Rings,"  Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Soldier's Prayer,"  Paul Ott. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"I Hear Little Rock Calling," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Loving Her Was Easier,"  Roger Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Proud Mary," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"After All They All Used to Belong to Me," Hank Williams Jr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
"Ko Ko Joe,"  Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-213
Transcription Disc TR/12-214

Ralph Emery Show No. 1123, 30 September 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-214

"How Can I Unlove You,"  Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"I Could Sing All Night," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"Country Music is Here to Stay,"  Simon Crum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"West Texas Highway," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"Natural to Be Gone,"  Bobbie Gentrie. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"One More Time," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"Wabash Cannonball,"  Nashville Brass. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"Easy Lovin',"  Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"I Don't Know You Anymore," Tommy Overstreet. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-214
Transcription Disc TR/12-215

Ralph Emery Show No. 1124, 01 October 1971. Special Guest: Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-215

"Please Don't Talk About Me," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Timber I'm Falling," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"A Poor Man's Gold,"  Clay Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Cuzz Yore So Sweet," Simon Crum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Don't Let Him Make a Memory Out of Me,"  Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"A Dozen Pair of Boots,"  Del Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Say a Little Prayer," Glen Campbell and Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"No Need to Worry," Johnny and June Carter Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"I'd Rather Be Gone," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
"Open Up the Book," Ferlin Husky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-215
Transcription Disc TR/12-216

Ralph Emery Show No. 1125, 04 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-216

"Good Lovin'," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Sweetie,"  Warner Mack. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"You Comb Her Hair,"  George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Black Mountain Rag," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"I'm Sorry If My Love Got in Your Way,"  Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Another Night of Love,"  Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Stand By Your Man," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Rings," Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
"Run Angel Run," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-216
Transcription Disc TR/12-217

Ralph Emery Show No. 1126, 05 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-217

"All I Ever Need is You,"  Ray Sanders. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"He Loves Me All the Way," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Here I Go Again,"  Bobby Wright. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"We've Got Everything but Love," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Hanging Over Me,"  Jack Green. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Baby I'm Yours,"  Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Saturday Morning Confusion,"  Bobby Russell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Apartment #9," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Talk it Over in the Morning," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Brand New Mister Me,"  Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
"Ko Ko Joe,"  Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-217
Transcription Disc TR/12-218

Ralph Emery Show No. 1124, 06 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-218

"Bye Bye Love," Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Take Me to Your World," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy,"  Bill Rice. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Say a Little Prayer/Phoenix," Glen Campbell and Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Oh Lonesome Me,"  Kossie Gardner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Love's Old Song," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"I Don't Wanna Play House," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Easy Lovin'," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Something to Brag About," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
"Hitchin' a Ride,"  Jack Reno. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-218
Transcription Disc TR/12-219

Ralph Emery Show No. 1128, 07 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-219

"Quits," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"We Sure Can Love Each Other," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"Little Daddy Preacher,"  Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"The Morning After,"  Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"How Long Will My Baby Be Gone," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"Set the World on Fire,"  Red Lane. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"It's So Sweet," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"If You Think That it's Alright,"  Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"Saunders Ferry Lane," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-219
Transcription Disc TR/12-220

Ralph Emery Show No. 1129, 08 October 1971. Special Guest: Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-220

"Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"I'd Rather Be Sorry," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Never Ending Song of Love,"  Dickie Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Cedartown, Georgia," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Home Sweet Home,"  David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"D-I-V-O-R-C-E," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"What a Dream," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"There Must Be More to Life Than Growing Old,"  Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"Carolyn," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
"The Wonders You Perform," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-220
Transcription Disc TR/12-221

Ralph Emery Show No. 1130, 11 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-221

"Santa Fe Rolls Royce," The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Papa Was a Good Man," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Snap Your Fingers," Dick Curless. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Black Mountain Rag," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"You'll Never Walk Alone," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"By the Time I Get to Phoenix," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"What Kind of Girl Do You Think I Am," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"It's a Sin to Tell a Lie," Slim Whitman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Someone I Used to Know," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
"Jody and the Kid,"  Dale Van Horne. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-221
Transcription Disc TR/12-222

Ralph Emery Show No. 1131, 12 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-222

"Red Door," Carl Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"It's Another World," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Coat of many Colors," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Loving Her Was Easier," Kris Kristofferson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Here I Go Again," Bobby Wright. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Knoxville Girl," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Guitar Rag,"  Po Boys. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Daddy Frank," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"Rings," Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
"If This is Our Last Time,"  Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-222
Transcription Disc TR/12-223

Ralph Emery Show No. 1132, 13 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-223

"Train Train,"  Murry Kellum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Trouble's Back in Town," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Easy Lovin'," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Pitty Pitty Patty," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Four Glass Walls," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Another Puff," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Near You,"  Lamar Morris. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Hurt Her Once More for Me," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Heartaches by the Number," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
"Another Night of Love," Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-223
Transcription Disc TR/12-224

Ralph Emery Show No. 1133, 14 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-224

"A Whole Lotta Lovin'," Anita Carter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Someone Before Me," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"If You Think That It's Alright," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Fall Away," Tex Ritter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"I Can Spot a Cheater," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"All I Ever Need Is You," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"That She's Leaving Feeling," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Lover Come Back To Me," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
"The World Needs a Melody,"  Jean Shepard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-224
Transcription Disc TR/12-225

Ralph Emery Show No. 1134, 15 October 1971. Special Guest: The Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-225

"It Looks Like the Sun's Gonna Shine," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Leaving and Saying Goodbye," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Love's Old Song," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Chug-A-Lug,"  Roger Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Cedartown, Georgia," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"We Got Everything But Love," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Love the Devil Out of Me,"  Hank Locklin. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Kiss Away," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"I Get Lonely When it Rains,"  Leroy Van Dyke. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
"Do it to Someone You Love," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-225
Transcription Disc TR/12-226

Ralph Emery Show No. 1140, 25 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-226

"The Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"She's All I've Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Coat of Many Colors," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"I'm Gonna Act Right," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Georgia," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Alright I'll Sign the Papers,"  Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Joy to the World,"  Floyd Cramer. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Be a Little Quieter," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Rings," Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"A Chain Don't Take to Me,"  Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
"A Song to Mama," Carter Family. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-226
Transcription Disc TR/12-227

Ralph Emery Show No. 1141, 26 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-227

"Roses and Thorns," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Skid Row Joe," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Proud Mary," Floyd Cramer. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Back Then,"  Wanda Jackson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Naked and Crying,"  Henson Cargill. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Charlotte Fever," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Hanging Over Me," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"The Last One to Touch Me," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"We've Got Everything But Love," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"The Morning After," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
"Easy Lovin'," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-227
Transcription Disc TR/12-228

Ralph Emery Show No. 1142, 27 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-228

"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Carroll County Accident," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Train Train," Murray Kellum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Traveling Man," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"The Magnificent Sanctuary Band," Roy Clark. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Albert Erving," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Pickin' My Way," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"The Next Girl That I Marry,"  Bobby Goldsboro. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-228
Transcription Disc TR/12-229

Ralph Emery Show No. 1143, 28 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-229

"Daddy Frank," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Daddy Was an Old Time Preacher Man," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Talk it Over in the Morning," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"The Bird That Never Flew," Porter Wagoner (a recitation with Chet Atkins's Greensleeves in the background). #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"I Can See You in the Windshield," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"When I Loved Her," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"If You Think That it's Alright," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Satisfied Mind," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Never Ending Song of Love," Dickie Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"All I Want to Do is Say I Love You,"  Brian Collins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Bring Him Safely Home to Me,"  Sandy Posey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
"Tulsa Telephone Book," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-229
Transcription Disc TR/12-230

Ralph Emery Show No. 1144, 29 October 1971. Special Guest: Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-230

"Big Wind," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"A Dozen Pairs of Boots," Del Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"Stand By Your Man," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"No One Can Ever Take Me From You," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"All I Ever Need is You," Ray Sanders. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"Near You," Lamar Morris. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"The Late Love of Mine," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"Good Lovin'," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"I'll Follow You," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"A Better Place to Live," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
"Cold Hard Facts of Life," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-230
Transcription Disc TR/12-231

Ralph Emery Show No. 1160, 22 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-231

"Me & Bobby McGee," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Six Weeks Every Summer," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Cotton Top," Carl Perkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"I Already Know," Wanda Jackson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Rubber Room," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Wait for the Light to Shine," Nashville Brass. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"If I Promise," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Rings of Gold," Dottie West and Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Play Me a Cheating Song,"  Wayne Kemp. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard," Buck Owens and Buddy Allen. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Here Comes My Baby Back Again," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-231
Transcription Disc TR/12-232

Ralph Emery Show No. 1161, 23 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-232

"All I Ever Need is You," Ray Sanders. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Country Girl," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"C & W Meets R & B,"  Urel Albert. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"For the Good Times," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Love of the Common People," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"No Need to Worry," Johnny Cash and June Carter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Love is No Excuse," Dottie West and Jim Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"What a Dream," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-232
Transcription Disc TR/12-233

Ralph Emery Show No. 1162, 24 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-233

"Another Night of Love," Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Paper Mansions," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Reconsider Me," John Wesley Ryles. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Just One More Time,"  Jonie Mosby and Johnny Mosby. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"I'll Follow You," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"A Front Row Seat to Hear Old Johnny Sing,"  Shel Silverstein. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"It Must Be Him," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Wichita Lineman,"  Heartaches Band. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Set the World on Fire," Red Lane. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Bring Him Safely Home," Sandy Posey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
"Early Morning Sunshine," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-233
Transcription Disc TR/12-234

Ralph Emery Show No. 1163, 25 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-234

"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"You're the Other Half of Me," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"A Dozen Pairs of Boots," Del Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Count Your Blessings,"  Tammy White. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Turn your Radio On,"  Ray Stevens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Slowly," Dottie West and Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"A Place in the Sun," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Once You Were Mine," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Ko Ko Jo," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Just Because," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-234
Transcription Disc TR/12-235

Ralph Emery Show No. 1164, 26 November 1971. Special Guest: Dottie West. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-235

"Baby You Got It,"  Jack Ward. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Would You Hold it Against Me," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"You Better Move On,"  Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"A Chain Don't Take to Me," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"The Happiness of Having You,"  Jay Lee Webb. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"I'm Sorry if My love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Train Train," Murray Kellum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"Near You," Lamar Morris. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
"You're the Other Half of Me," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-235
Transcription Disc TR/12-236

Ralph Emery Show No. 1175, 13 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-236

"How Can I Unlove You," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Clyde,"  J. J. Cale. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Christmas Shopping," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Color My World," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Near You," Slim Whitman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Cry," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Surprise, Surprise," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Rose Garden," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
"Reconsider Me Baby,"  John Wesley Ryles. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-236
Transcription Disc TR/12-237

Ralph Emery Show No. 1176, 14 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-237

"Suspicion," Bobby G. Rices. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Ding-A-Ling," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Canadian Sunset," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Easy Loving #2,"  Ben Colder. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"White Christmas,"  Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Love is a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Jingle Bell Rock," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Living and Learning," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Don't Say You're Mine," Carl Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Train Train," Murray Kellum. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
"Here I Go Again," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-237
Transcription Disc TR/12-238

Ralph Emery Show No. 1177, 15 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-238

"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Magnificent Sanctuary Band,"  Roy Clark. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"We Go Together," George Jones and Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Tell Me Again," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Home for the Holidays," Johnny Tillotson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"You're My Man," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"You Better Move On," Billy "Crash" Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Kentucky," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Carolyn," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
"Ride Ride Ride," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-238
Transcription Disc TR/12-239

Ralph Emery Show No. 1178, 16 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-239

"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Silver Bells," Floyd Cramer. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Frosty the Snowman," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"C & W Meets R & B," Urel Albert. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Country Green," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"You've Got a Friend," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Jingle Bells," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"I've Got a Happy Heart," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"The Litterbug Song,"  Mayf Nutter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
"Stand By Your Man," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-239
Transcription Disc TR/12-240

Ralph Emery Show No. 1179, 17 December 1971. Special Guest: Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-240

"High Heel Sneakers,"Bobby Penn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"I Can Spot a Cheater," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"We've Got Everything But Love," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"One's On the Way," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Search Your Heart," Bobby Wright. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Me and Bobby McGee," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Auctioneer," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Little Drummer Boy," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Turn Your Radio On,"  Ray Stevens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
"Ding-A-Ling," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-240
Transcription Disc TR/12-241

Ralph Emery Show No. 1180, 20 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-241

"Born to Be with You," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Take," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Home for the Holidays," Johnny Tillotson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Cry," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy," Buck Owens and Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Barefoot Santa Clause," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Blue Christmas," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Winter Wonderland,"  Harold Bradley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
"Here Comes Honey Again," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-241
Transcription Disc TR/12-242

Ralph Emery Show No. 1181, 21 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-242

"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Silver Bells," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Time," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"The Christmas Song," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Super Sideman," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Forgive Me Santa," Jimmy Davis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Dis-Satisfied," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"I'll Never Find Another You," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"White Christmas," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"Turn Your Radio On," Ray Stevens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"American Trilogy,"  Mickey Newbury. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
"True Love's a Blessing," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-242
Transcription Disc TR/12-243

Ralph Emery Show No. 1182, 22 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-243

"She's All I Got," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Young Love," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Jingle Bell Rock,"  Bobby Helms. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Maiden's Prayer," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Pretty Paper," Willie Nelson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Ding-A-Ling the Christmas Bell," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Tonight My Bay's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Little Drummer Boy," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Floatin' Down to Cotton Town," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Merry Christmas to You From Me," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"Clyde," J. J. Cale. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
"A World of Our Own," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-243
Transcription Disc TR/12-244

Ralph Emery Show No. 1183, 23 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-244

"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"You're the Only World I Know," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Christmas Times a Coming," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"The Happiness of Having You," Jay Lee Webb. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Here Comes Santa Claus," Floyd Cramer. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Baby I'm Yours," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Country Green," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"My Christmas Dream," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Never Had a Doubt," Mayf Nutter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"They Stood in Silent Prayer," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
"Running Bear," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-244
Transcription Disc TR/12-245

Ralph Emery Show No. 1184, 24 December 1971. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-245

"Jingle Bells," Roy Rogers and Dale Evans. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Only Love Can Break a Heart," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Blue Christmas," Elvis Presley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Kentucky," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," Gene Autry. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Santa's Boy," Del Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Do You Hear What I Hear," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"One's on the Way," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Here Was a Man," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
"Silent Night," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-245
Transcription Disc TR/12-246

Ralph Emery Show No. 1190, 03 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-246

"Rock Me Back to Little Rock," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Untouched," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"One Tin Soldier,"  Skeeter Davis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Super Sideman," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"A Part of Your Life," Charlie Rich. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Ann," Tommy Overstreet. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Oklahoma Sunday Morning," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Today's Teardrops," Bobby Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
"Dis-Satisfied," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-246
Transcription Disc TR/12-247

Ralph Emery Show No. 1191, 04 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-247

"Move it on Over," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Marriage Has Ruined More Good Love Affairs," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Would You Take Another Chance on Me," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Baby's Smile, Woman's Kiss," Johnny Duncan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Suspicion," Bobby G. Rice. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"The One You Slip Around With," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Love is a Sometimes Thing," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
"Color of My World," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-247
Transcription Disc TR/12-248

Ralph Emery Show No. 1192, 05 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-248

"She's Everything to Me," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Evil on Your Mind," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"The Best Part of Living," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Cry," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Hitchin' a Ride," Jack Reno. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Good Hearted Woman," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Daddy Sing Bass," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"What Makes a Man Wonder," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Funky Grass Band," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"I've Got a Happy Heart," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"Only Love Can Break a Heart," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
"American Trilogy," Mickey Newbury. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-248
Transcription Disc TR/12-249

Ralph Emery Show No. 1193, 06 January 1972. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-249

"Never Had a Doubt," Mayf Nutter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"If It's All the Same to You," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"I'm a Truck,"  Red Simpson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"Four in the Morning," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"You Don't Know Me," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"You Better Move On," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"I've Come Awful Close," Hank Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"My Son," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"Another Puff," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"Safe in These Loving Arms of Mine," Jean Shepard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"I Can't See Me Without You," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-249
Transcription Disc TR/12-250

Ralph Emery Show No. 1194, 07 January 1971. Special Guest: Jan Howard. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-250

"Someday We'll Be Together," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Ruby You're Warm,"  David Rogers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"You Can't Go Home,"  Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Bring Him Safely Home to Me," Sandy Posey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Love man," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"For Loving You," Jan Howard and Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Roses and Thorns," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Carolyn," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-250
Transcription Disc TR/12-251

Ralph Emery Show No. 1215, 07 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-251

"Plastic Saddle," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Cry," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Two Divided By Love,"  The Kendalls. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"When You Say Love," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Cotton Jenny," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Running with the Wind," George Kent. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Sweet Thang," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Arkansas," Wilburn Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"I'll Be Swinging Too," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-251
Transcription Disc TR/12-252

Ralph Emery Show No. 1216, 08 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-252

"Far Far Away," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Sweet Thang and Cisco," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"One's on the Way," Loretta Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Sweet Love Me Good Woman," Glasers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"10 Degrees and Getting Colder," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Safe in These Loving Arms of Mine," Jeanne Shepard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"There's a Kind of Hush," Brian Collins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Young Love," Nat Stuckey and Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Orange Blossom Special,"  Exotic Guitars. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"A Day in the Life of a Fool," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Ann," Tommy Overstreet. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
"Joe and Mabel's 12th St. Bar & Grill," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-252
Transcription Disc TR/12-253

Ralph Emery Show No. 1217, 09 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-253

"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Loving You," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Waitin' in Your Welfare Line," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Bring it on Home," Skeeter Davis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Pop a Top," Jim Ed Brown. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Ballad of the Hillbilly Singer," Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeanne Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"She Wakes Me with a Kiss Every Morning," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Tonight My Baby's Coming Home," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Somewhere in Virginia in the Rain," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-253
Transcription Disc TR/12-254

Ralph Emery Show No. 1218, 10 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-254

"I've Come Awful Close," Hank Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"Only a Woman Like You," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"I Already Know," Wanda Jackson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"I Started Loving you Again,"  Charley McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"A Thing Called Love," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"Take Me," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"El Paso," Nashville Brass. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"Rainy Night in Georgia," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"You Better Move On," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"I'm Sorry if My Love Got in Your Way," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
"House of the Rising Sun," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-254
Transcription Disc TR/12-255

Ralph Emery Show No. 1219, 11 February 1972. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-255

"Burning the Midnight Oil," Porter wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"Don't You Believe Her," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"Don't Be Cruel," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"I'm a Truck," Red Simpson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"We've Got to Work it Out Between Us," Diana Trask. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"It's Impossible," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"I've Been a Long Time Leaving," Roger Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"The Best is Yet to Come," Del Reeves. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"If Not for You," Bobby Wright. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"Make Me Believe," Johnny Tillotson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-255
Transcription Disc TR/12-256

Ralph Emery Show No. 1220, 14 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-256

"But for Love," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Cotton Jenny," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"When You Say Love," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Don't Let it Happen Without Me," Bill Anderson and Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Make the World Go Away," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Ajax Airlines,"  Hudson and Landry. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"The Fool," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Lonely People," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"All I Ever Need is You," Jerry Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Oklahoma Sunday Morning," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
"Everybody's Reaching Out For Someone,"  Pat Daisy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-256
Transcription Disc TR/12-257

Ralph Emery Show No. 1221, 15 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-257

"I Start Thinking About You," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"What's He Doing in My World," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"Never Ending Song of Love," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"Cry," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"A Thing Called Love," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"Two Divided By Love," The Kendalls. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"All His Children," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"Anytime," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"The Day Loved Walked In," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"Love is Like a Spinning Wheel," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
"How's the World Treating You," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-257
Transcription Disc TR/12-258

Ralph Emery Show No. 1222, 16 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-258

"Far Far Away," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"You Don't Know Me," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"Color My World," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"It's Four in the Morning," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"Sweet Love Me Good Woman," The Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"I Really Don't Want to Know," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"Much Oblige," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"I'll Still Be Waiting for You," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"I'll Hold You in My Heart," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"Bedtime Story," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
"The One You Say Good Morning To," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-258
Transcription Disc TR/12-259

Ralph Emery Show No. 1223, 17 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-259

"Sitting on Top of the World," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Misty Blue," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Today I Started Loving You Again," Charley McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Turn the World Around," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"You'll Still Be the One," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Mrs. Robinson," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Easy Loving," Conway Twitty and Loretta Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"If it's Alright with You," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
"Mr. Bojangles," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-259
Transcription Disc TR/12-260

Ralph Emery Show No. 1224, 18 February 1972. Special Guest: Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-260

"Cinderella,"  Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"We'll Sing in the Sunshine,"  Alice Creech. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Carolyn," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Don't Be Cruel," Jodi Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"We Can Make It," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Ain't That a Shame," Hank Williams Jr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Lonely Again," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing,"  The Hillside Singers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"For the Good Times," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
"Bouquet of Roses," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-260
Transcription Disc TR/12-261

Ralph Emery Show No. 1270, 24 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-261

"Happy Street," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"The Lonesomist Lonesome," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Girl in New Orleans," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Chantilly Lace," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Never Ending Song of Love," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"It's a Crying Shame," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Ain't We Having Us a Good Time," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Is It Any Wonder That I Love You," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"You Blow My Mind," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
"Ode to a Critter," Roy Clark. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-261
Transcription Disc TR/12-262

Ralph Emery Show No. 1271, 25 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-262

"Far Far Away," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"Just for What I Am," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"All His Children," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"I'll Be There,"  Johnny Bush. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"They Call the Wind Maria,"  Jack Barlow. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"Arkansas," Wilbur Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"Ain't Had No Lovin'," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"You Almost Slipped My Mind," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"I Started Loving You Again," Charlie McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-262
Transcription Disc TR/12-263

Ralph Emery Show No. 1272, 26 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-263

"Do You Remember These," Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"You and Your Sweet Love," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Manhattan Kansas," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Anything's Better Than Nothing," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"A Special Day,"  Arlene Harden. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"The Bandit,"  Nashville string Band. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Someone to Give My Love To," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Louisiana Man," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Hot Rod Lincoln,"  Commander Cody and Lost Planet Airmen. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"Plenty of Time," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
"All My Loving," Lamar Morris. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-263
Transcription Disc TR/12-264

Ralph Emery Show No. 1273, 27 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-264

"If it Feels Good Do It," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Once a Day," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Ain't Nothing Shaking," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Touch Your Woman," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Danny Boy," Paul Ott. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Made in Japan," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"What Am I Gonna Do," Bobby Bare. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Clinging to a Saving Hand," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Key's in the Mailbox," Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Don't Let the Good Life Pass You By," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"A Rose By Any Other Name," Ray Sanders. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
"Burning a Hole in My Mind," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-264
Transcription Disc TR/12-265

Ralph Emery Show No. 1274, 28 April 1972. Special Guest: Connie Smith. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-265

"North to Alaska," Jerry Lee Lewis and Linda Gail Evans. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"Cincinnati Ohio," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"Send Me Some Loving," Hank Williamsjr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"All the Lonely Women in the World," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"I'll Be Whatever You Say," Wanda Jackson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"Irma Jackson," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"I Never Once Stopped Loving You," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"We Can Make It," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"I Hate ti See Me Go," Rose Maddox. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"Mr. Fiddle Man," Johnny Russell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"To Get to You," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
"How Great Thou Art," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-265
Transcription Disc TR/12-266

Ralph Emery Show No. 1275, 01 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-266

"I'm a Memory," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Traveling Minstrel Band," The Carters. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"When You Say Love," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Cab Driver," Hank Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Let Him Have It," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Kawaliga," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Coming on Strong," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"California Wine," Bobby Goldsboro. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"Lonely Weekends," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
"If This is Our Last Time," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-266
Transcription Disc TR/12-267

Ralph Emery Show No. 1276, 02 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-267

"What Ain't to Be Just Might Happen," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"I'm Sorry," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Do You Remember These," The Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Someone to Give My love To," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Kate," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"High on Love,"  Carl Perkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Misty Memories," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Somebody's Breaking My Heart," B. Wright. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Hot Rod Lincoln," Commander Cody. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
"Fool Number One," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-267
Transcription Disc TR/12-268

Ralph Emery Show No. 1277, 03 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-268

"Ain't Nothing A Shaking," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"As Usual," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"You're Everything,"  Tommy Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Grandma Harp," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Girl in New Orleans," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Country Western Truck Drivin' Singer," Red Simpson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Too Many Rivers," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Danny Boy," Paul Ott. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Coming Home to Kentucky," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"The Lonesomest Lonesome," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
"Proud Mary," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-268
Transcription Disc TR/12-269

Ralph Emery Show No. 1278, 04 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-269

"Legendary Chicken Fair," Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"All Alone Am I," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"What Am I Gonna Do,"  Bobby Bare. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Touch your Woman," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Today I Started Loving You Again," Charlie McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Crying Time," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Chantilly Lace," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"We Found it in Each Other's Arms," Roger Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
"Sweet Nothing," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-269
Transcription Disc TR/12-270

Ralph Emery Show No. 1279, 05 May 1972. Special Guest: Brenda Lee. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-270

"The Key's in the Mailbox," Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Dynamite," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Manhattan Kansas," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Just For What I Am," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"We Can Make It," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Be My Baby," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"I'll Be There," Johnny Bush. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Sweet Dreams," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Smell the Flowers," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Love Isn't Gone,"  Bobby Lee Trammel. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
"Johnny One Time," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-270
Transcription Disc TR/12-271

Ralph Emery Show No. 1285, 15 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-271

"Let Him Have It," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"Anything's Better Than Nothing," Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"Kate," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"The Happiest Girl in the Whole USA,"  Donna Fargo. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"I've Found Someone of My Own,"  Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"Be My Baby," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"Easy Loving," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"You Almost Slipped My Mind," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
"Show Me," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-271
Transcription Disc TR/12-272

Ralph Emery Show No. 1286, 16 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-272

"Ain't Nothing Shaking," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"The Key's in the Mailbox," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Bring Back the Love," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"I Saw My Lady," Dickie Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Lonely Weekends," Jerry lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"I'll Be Whatever You Say," Wanda Jackson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Loose Talk," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Fools," Johnny Duncan. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"The Cost of Living is Getting Higher,"  The Hagers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Touch Your Woman," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
"Togetherness," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-272
Transcription Disc TR/12-273

Ralph Emery Show No. 1287, 17 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-273

"Sing a Long Song," Mayf Nutter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"I'm No Angel," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"Everybody's Reaching Out for Someone," Pat Daisy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"To Get to You," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"If You Ever Need My Love," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"Sad Situation," Skeeter Davis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"Release Me," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"Country Music in My Soul," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"My Heart Has a Mind of it's Own," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
"From a Jack to a King," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-273
Transcription Disc TR/12-274

Ralph Emery Show No. 1288, 18 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-274

"Cab Driver," Hank Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Why Should I Cry Over You," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Wichita Lineman," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"That's Whay I Love You Like I Do," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Jambalaya," Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Mrs. Robinson," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Hank Williams Guitar," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"I'm the Man on Susie's Mind,"  Glen Barber. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"I'll Never fall in Love Again,"  Liz Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
"Born a Fool," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-274
Transcription Disc TR/12-275

Ralph Emery Show No. 1289, 19 May 1972. Special Guest: Freddie Hart. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-275

"A World of Our Own," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Lying Again," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Thanks for the Memories," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Made in Japan," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Eleven Roses," Hank Williamsjr. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"We Go Good Together," Jean Shepard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"The Wall," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Delta Dawn,"  Tanya Tucker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"Me and Jesus," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"It Takes You," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
"My Hang up is You," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-275
Transcription Disc TR/12-276

Ralph Emery Show No. 1415, 13 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-276

"Is anybody Going to San Antone," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"A Perfect Match," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"A Picture of Me," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"Fool Me," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"Lonesome 7-7203," Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"This Little Girl of Mine," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"My Man," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"Baby Bye Bye," Dickie Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
"Kiss an Angel Good Morning," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-276
Transcription Disc TR/12-277

Ralph Emery Show No. 1416, 14 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-277

"Sea of Heartbreak," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"In the Middle of Nowhere," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"More About John Henry," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"Snowbird," Chet Atkins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"Don't Pay the Ransom," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"I'd Rather Love You," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"Funny Face," Donna Fargo. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
"It's Gonna Take a Little Bit Longer," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-277
Transcription Disc TR/12-278

Ralph Emery Show No. 1417, 15 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-278

"White Silver Sands," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"I'm Just Me," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Paradise,"  Jackie DeShannon. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You,"  O. B. McClinton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Help Me Make it Through the Night," Charlie McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"All Heaven Breaks Loose," David Rogers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"If it Ain't Love," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Kaw-liga," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Happy Happy Birthday Baby," Sandy Posey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"It's Not Love," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
"Me and Bobby McGee," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-278
Transcription Disc TR/12-279

Ralph Emery Show No. 1418, 16 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-279

"You Ain't Gonna Have Ole Buck," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Wonder if I Could Live There Anymore," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Wheel of Fortune," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"I Ain't Never," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"A World of Your Own," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Jerry's Breakdown," Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Nothing Left but Leaving Anyway," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Take it Easy on Your Mind," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
"All I Have to Offer You is Me," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-279
Transcription Disc TR/12-280

Ralph Emery Show No. 1419, 17 November 1972. Special Guest: Charley Pride. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-280

"He Ain't Country,"  Claude King. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Just Between You and Me," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Nothing Can Stop My Loving You,"  Patsy Sledd. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Loving on Back Streets,"  Mel Street. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Together Always," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Pride's Not Hard to Swallow," Hank Williams. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Orange Blossom Special," Nashville Brass. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Let Me Live," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Who's Gonna Play This Ole Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"Holding On," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-280
Transcription Disc TR/12-281

Ralph Emery Show No. 1425, 27 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-281

"White Silver Sands," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"If It's Alright with You," Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"I'm Gonna Sit Right Down," Brian Collins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"Whole Lotta Loving," Hank and Lois. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"She Loves Me," Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"Orange Blossom Special," Tommy Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"My Heart Cries for You,"  Doyle Holly. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"That's Why I Love You Like I Do," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"Pass Me By,"  Johnny Rodriguez. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"Fool Me," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
"When the Snow is on the Roses," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-281
Transcription Disc TR/12-282

Ralph Emery Show No. 1426, 28 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-282

"Proud Mary,"  Brush Arbor. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Running Bear," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"The Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Happiest Girl in Whole U.S.A.," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"A Picture of Me," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Young Love," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"Just for What I Am," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
"A World of Our Own," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-282
Transcription Disc TR/12-283

Ralph Emery Show No. 1427, 29 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-283

"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"You're the Only World I Know," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Holdin' On," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Soul Song,"  Joe Stampley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Lead Me On," Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Lonesome 7-7203," Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Mystery Train," Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Suddenly There's a Valley," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Mule skinner Blues," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"She's Got to be a Saint," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
"Born to Be with You," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-283
Transcription Disc TR/12-284

Ralph Emery Show No. 1428, 30 November 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-284

"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"I'll Never Find Another You," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"Midnight Flyer," The Osborne Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"A Perfect Match," David Houston and Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"Missing You," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"The World Needs a Melody," The Carters. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
"My Love," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-284
Transcription Disc TR/12-285

Ralph Emery Show No. 1429, 01 December 1972. Special Guest: Sonny James. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-285

"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"Since I Met You Baby," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"Listen," Tommy Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"Old Fashioned Singing," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"Huggin & Chalkin," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"I Really Don't Want to Know," Charlie McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"Tossin' and Turning,"  Ronnie Sessions. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"It's Just a Matter of Time," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"I Like Everything About Loving You,"  Bobbie Roy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"This Much a Man," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
"White Silver Sands," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-285
Transcription Disc TR/12-286

Ralph Emery Show No. 1430, 04 December 1972. Special Guest: Dave Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-286

"Long Time Gone," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"One Last Time," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Holdin' On," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Whole Lotta Lovin'," Hank Williamsjr. and Lois Johnson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"She Called Me Baby,"  Dick Curless. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Proud Mary," Brush Arbor. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"We Know it's Over,"  Dave O'Donnel and Karen O'Donnel. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Bluegrass with Guts," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
"Coming Down," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-286
Transcription Disc TR/12-287

Ralph Emery Show No. 1431, 05 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-287

"My Heart Cried for You," Doyle Holly. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"You've Gotta Cry Girl," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Cause I Love You," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"She's Too Good to Be True," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Good Time Charlie,"  Danny O'Keefe. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Somebody Loves Me," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"There Ain't No Easy Run," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know,"  Jeannie Pruett. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Everybody Loves a Song,"  Mac Davis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
"Fly Away Again," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-287
Transcription Disc TR/12-288

Ralph Emery Show No. 1432, 06 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-288

"Don't Let the Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Six Days on the Road," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Teardrops in My Heart," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Loving on Back Streets," Mel Street. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Just Before the News," Loggins & Mossina. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Gonna Sit Down & Write a Letter," Brian Collins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"My Man," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"If it Feels Good Do It," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"The Day I Jumped From Uncle Harvey's Plane," Red Lane. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"I'll Take It,"  Jo Ann Sweeny. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
"Listen Betty," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-288
Transcription Disc TR/12-289

Ralph Emery Show No. 1433, 07 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-289

"Listen," Tommy Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Please Let Me Prove," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"White Silver Sands," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"To Know Him is to Love Him," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Katy Did," Porter Wagoner. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"She's My Rock,"  Stoney Edwards. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Gettin' Back Together," Dave and Karen O'Donnel. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Who's Gonna Play This Old Piano," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"It Takes a Lot of Tenderness," Arlene Harden. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
"Six Tons of Toys," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-289
Transcription Disc TR/12-290

Ralph Emery Show No. 1434, 08 December 1972. Special Guest: David Dudley. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-290

"Good Ole Mountain Dew," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"George of the North Woods," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"Frosty the Snowman," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"A Picture of Me," George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"We're Gonna Get Together," Buck Owens and Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"She Needs Someone to Hold Her," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"Ring of Fire,"  Tennessee Three. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"The Pool Shark," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"She's Got to Be a Saint," Ray Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"Sing Me a Love Song to Baby," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
"Old Time Merry Christmas," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-290
Transcription Disc TR/12-291

Ralph Emery Show No. 1460, 15 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-291

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"I Must Be Doing Something Right,"  Roy Drusky. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"I Feel Fine,"  Kenny Vernon. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"The Loving Gift," Johnny Cash and June Carter. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Texas Troubador Stomp,"  Texas Troubadours. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Don't Tell Me your Troubles," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Statue of a Fool," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Don't Touch Me," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"I Hate Good byes," Bobby Bare. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
"Wish I Didn't Have to Miss You," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-291
Transcription Disc TR/12-292

Ralph Emery Show No. 1461, 16 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-292

"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"The King and I," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"Much Oblige," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"Till I Get it Right," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"Pretty Girl, Pretty Clothes, Pretty Sad," Jack Ward. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"There Goes My Everything," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"We Know an Ending," Jack Green and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
"Soul Song," Joe Stampley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-292
Transcription Disc TR/12-293

Ralph Emery Show No. 1462, 17 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-293

"Blue Train," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"If You Ever Need My Love," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"Alright I'll Sign the Papers," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"She's My Rock," Stoney Edwards. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"I Wonder if They Ever Think of Me," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"Holding On," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"What in the World Has Gone Wrong with Our Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"Somewhere My Love," Red Steagall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"If it Ain't Love," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
"No More Hanging On," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-293
Transcription Disc TR/12-294

Ralph Emery Show No. 1463, 18 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-294

"Good Things," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"It Just Doesn't Seem to Matter," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Wanting You, But Never Having You," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"A Man Likes Things Like That,"  Charlie Louvin and Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Sunnyside Up," Po Boys. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Pretend I Never Happened," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Pride," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"Danny's Song," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"The World Needs a Melody," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
"That's All That Matters," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-294
Transcription Disc TR/12-295

Ralph Emery Show No. 1464, 19 January 1973. Special Guest: Jeannie Seely and Jack Greene. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-295

"No Love at All," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"Satisfaction," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"We Found it in Each Other's Arms," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"I Take it on Home," Charley Rich. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"Rated X," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"Good Deal Lucille," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"Do You Know What It's Like," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"You're Heavy on My Mind," Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"You Are My Treasure," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-295
Transcription Disc TR/12-296

Ralph Emery Show No. 1470, 29 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-296

"I'm Gonna Keep on Loving You," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Sixteen Tons," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Everybody's Somebody's Fool," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"I Can See Clearly Now," Lloyd Green. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Satisfaction," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"My Mind Hangs on to You," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Soul Song," Joe Stampley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Keep Me in Mind," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
"Elusive Butterfly," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-296
Transcription Disc TR/12-297

Ralph Emery Show No. 1471, 30 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-297

"Far Far Away," Kenny Price. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Sing Me a Love Song to Baby," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Rated X," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"You Call Everybody Darling," Lamar Morris. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Monday Morning Secretary," The Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Don't Let Green Grass Fool You," O. B. McClinton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Dueling Banjos," From Deliverance. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Charley's Shoes," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Neither of Us," Bob Luman. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Darling What's Happening to Us," Roger Burch. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
"Darling Days," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-297
Transcription Disc TR/12-298

Ralph Emery Show No. 1472, 31 January 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-298

"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"When a Man Loves a Woman," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Good Things," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Till I get it Right," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"I Love You More and More Everyday," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Jamestown Ferry," Tanya Tucker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Good Hearted Woman," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Cross the Brazos at Waco," Billy at Waco. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"A Man Likes Things Like That," Charlie Louvin and Melba Montgomery. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Ajax Pet Store," Hudson and Landry. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
"Circumstances," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-298
Transcription Disc TR/12-299

Ralph Emery Show No. 1473, 01 February 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-299

"Somewhere My Love," Red Steagall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"A Million and One," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"Proud Mary," Brush Arbor. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"Pass Me By," Johnny Rodriguez. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"You Lay So Easy on My Mind,"  Bobby G. Rice. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"Blue Train," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"Funny How Time Slips Away," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"She Fights That Loving Feeling," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"We Know It's Over," Dave Dudley and Karen O'Donnel. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
"She Goes Walking Thru My Mind," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-299
Transcription Disc TR/12-300

Ralph Emery Show No. 1474, 02 February 1973. Special Guest: Billy Walker. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-300

"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"Smokey Places," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"A Place in the Sun," Glen Campbell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"Anything Your Heart Desires," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"Danny's Song," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
"My Mind Hangs on to You," Billy Walker. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-300
Transcription Disc TR/12-301

Ralph Emery Show No. 1475, 05 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-301

"Don't Pay the Ransom," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Till I Get it Right," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"I Can See Clearly Now," Lloyd Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Super Kind of Woman," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Good Things," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"I Let Another Good One Get Away,"  Dorsey Burnett. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Love is the Look," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"A Shoulder to Cry On," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
"Sweet Thang & Cisco," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-301
Transcription Disc TR/12-302

Ralph Emery Show No. 1476, 06 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-302

"I Believe in Music," The Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Is it Any Wonder I Love You," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Dueling Banjos," From Deliverance. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"If You're Goin' Girl," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Rated X," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"It's Gonna Take Longer," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Crystal Chandelier," Floyd Cramer. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Sweet Thang," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Love Sure Feels Good in Heart," Susan Raye. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Loving on Back Streets," Mel Street. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
"Old Man Willis," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-302
Transcription Disc TR/12-303

Ralph Emery Show No. 1477, 07 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-303

"Farm in Pennsyltucky," Jeannie Seely. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Joe & Mabel's Bar & Grill," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Toast of 45," Sammi Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Do You Know What it's Like," Jerry Wallace. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"A Man Likes Things Like That," Charlie Louvin. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Working Man's Blues," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Soul Song," Joe Stampley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"It's Impossible," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Old Dogs, Children and Watermelon Wine," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Keep Me In Mind," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
"Plastic Saddle," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-303
Transcription Disc TR/12-304

Ralph Emery Show No. 1478, 08 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-304

"Carribean," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Forgive Me for Calling You Darling," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Come Live with Me," Roy Clark. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"If You Can Live with It," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Superman," Donna Fargo. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"When a Man Loves a Woman," Tony Booth. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Rainy Night in Georgia," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Thank You for Touching My Life," Tony Douglas. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
"Cut Across Shorty," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-304
Transcription Disc TR/12-305

Ralph Emery Show No. 1479, 09 February 1973. Special Guest: Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-305

"Satisfaction," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"House of the Rising Sun," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Danny's Song," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Waiting in Welfare Line," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Behind Closed Doors," Charlie Rich. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Young Love," Nat Stuckey and Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Evil on Your Mind," Jan Howard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Wakes Me with a Kiss Every Morning," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"She Fights Loving Feeling," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Blue Train," George Hamilton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-305
Transcription Disc TR/12-306

Ralph Emery Show No. 1500, 12 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-306

"Go with Me," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Careless Love," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Pass Me By," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Satisfaction," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Something About You I Love," Johnny Paycheck. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Orange Blossom Special," Charlie McCoy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"The World Needs a Melody," Tammy Wynette and George Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Peace in the Valley,"  Red Foley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"Walk Softly on the Bridges," Mel Street. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
"If You Can Live with It," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-306
Transcription Disc TR/12-307

Ralph Emery Show No. 1501, 13 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-307

"Say When," Diana Trask. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Try to Live Some," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Super Kind of Woman," Freddie Hart. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"The Teddy Bear Song," Barbara Fairchild. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"My Whole World is Falling Down," O. B. McClinton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"We Found It," Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"You Can Have Her," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Walking Piece of Heaven," Marty Robbins. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Working Man's Blues,"  Nashville All Stars. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
"Losing Streak," Ray Stevens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-307
Transcription Disc TR/12-308

Ralph Emery Show No. 1502, 14 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-308

"Neon Rose," Mel Tillis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Nobody's Business," Minnie Pearl and Red Sovine. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Good News," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Good Things," David Houston. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"You Lay So Easy on My Mind," Bobby G. Rice. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Any Old Wind That Blows," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Time to Love Again," Liz Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"So Many Ways," Eddy Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Songman," Cashman & West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
"Honky Tonk Wine," Wayne Kemp. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-308
Transcription Disc TR/12-309

Ralph Emery Show No. 1503, 15 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-309

"Love is the Look You're Looking For," Connie Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"Alabam," Minnie Pearl and Red Sovine. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"You Took Ramblin' Out of Me," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"Superman," Donna Fargo. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"In the Palm of Your Hand," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"Monday Morning Secretary," The Statler Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"I Love You More and More Every Day," Sonny James. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"Comedy Routine," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"She Fights That Loving Feeling," Faron Young. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"My Tennessee Mountain Home," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
"The Lord Knows I'm Drinking," Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-309
Transcription Disc TR/12-310

Ralph Emery Show No. 1504, 16 March 1973. Special Guest: Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-310

"Keep On Trucking," Dave Dudley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"What is an American," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"If it Ain't Love," Jack Greene. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"Emptiest Arms in the World," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"Two Below in Tupelo,"  Jeris Ross. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"I Let Another Good One Get Away," Tommy Dorsey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"Take Time to Love Her," Nat Stuckey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"No More Hanging On," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"Nobody Wins," Brenda Lee. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"A Shoulder to Cry On," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
"Y'all Come," Minnie Pearl. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-310
Transcription Disc TR/12-311

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 30 April 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-311

Transcription Disc TR/12-312

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 01 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-312

Transcription Disc TR/12-313

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 02 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-313

Transcription Disc TR/12-314

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 03 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-314

Transcription Disc TR/12-315

Ralph Emery Show No. (Unknown), 04 May 1973. Special Guest: (Unknown). #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-315

Transcription Disc TR/12-316

Ralph Emery Show No. 1555, 28 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-316

"Rocky Top," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Good News," Jody Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Charley," The Glaser Brothers. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Help Me Make it Through the Night,"  Little Jimmy Dempsey. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Ravishing Ruby," Tom T. Hall. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"What About Me," Anne Murray. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Big Bad John," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"The Great Filling Station Holdup,"  Jimmy Buffet. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Love is the Foundation," Loretta Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
"Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-316
Transcription Disc TR/12-317

Ralph Emery Show No. 1556, 29 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-317

"My Travelin' Man," Dolly Parton. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"A Thing Called Love," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"Satin Sheets," Jeanne Pruett. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"Children," Johnny Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"Thunderclouds of Love," Patsy Sledd. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"Touch the Morning," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"To Get to You," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"You Were Always There," Donna Fargo. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"Slippin' and Slidin'," Billy Craddock. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
"The One You Say Good Morning To," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-317
Transcription Disc TR/12-318

Ralph Emery Show No. 1557, 30 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-318

"The Lonesomest Lonesome," Pat Daisy. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Sweet Misery," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Give a Little, Take a Little," Barbara Mandrell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Working on a Feeling," Tommy Cash. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Don't Fight the Feeling," Charley Pride. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Drinking Wine Spodee-O-Dee," Jerry Lee Lewis. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Weakness in a Man," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"When You're Gone," Carl Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Carribean," Buddy Allen. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
"Back in Your Own Back Yard," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-318
Transcription Disc TR/12-319

Ralph Emery Show No. 1558, 31 May 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-319

"Too Much Monkey Business," Freddie Weller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"The First Thing Every Morning," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Kids Say the Darndest Things," Tammy Wynette. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Baby's Gone," Conway Twitty. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Daisy May,"  Terri Lynn. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Ain't it Amazing Gracie," Buck Owens. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Jackson," Jimmy Dean and Dottie West. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"Top of the World," Lynn Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"I Can Feel the Leavin' Coming On," Cal Smith. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
"My Own Peculiar Way," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-319
Transcription Disc TR/12-320

Ralph Emery Show No. 1559, 01 June 1973. Special Guest: Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series: "3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974." TR/12-320

"Yellow Ribbon," Johnny Carver. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"These Hands," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Bring it on Home to Your Woman," Joe Stampley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"We Had it All," Waylon Jennings. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Say When," Diana Trask. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Come Live with Me," Roy Clark. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Send Me No Roses," Tommy Overstreet. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"Chained," Johnny Russell. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"If the Whole World Stopped Loving," Eddie Arnold. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
"To a Sleeping Beauty," Jimmy Dean. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-320
Transcription Disc TR/12-321

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/12-321

"Touch the Morning," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Hush," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Open Up Your Heart," Roger Miller. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Everybody's Had the Blues," Merle Haggard. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Folsom Prison Blues," Jerry Reed. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Is This the Best I'm Gonna Feel," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Give Myself a Party," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"The Corner of My Life," Bill Anderson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Let My Love Shine,"  Marti Brown. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
"Go with Me," Don Gibson and Sue Thompson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-321
Transcription Disc TR/12-322

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/12-322

"Bad Bad Leroy Brown,"  Anthony Armstrong Jones. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-322
"Good Morning Country Rain," Jeannie C. Riley. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 1971-1974., Trans TR/12-322
"Woman Sensuous Woman," Don Gibson. #20376, Series 3. Ralph Emery Show, 197