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TRACK 9 The Recordings

This discography is a chronological listing of the 1946-1986 commercial recordings by master number. The format is as follows:

  1. Date
  2. Location
  3. Producer
  4. Personnel
  5. Discography opus number
  6. Master number
  7. Song title
  8. Composer/writer

MODERN, BLUEBONNET, AND CAPITOL LABEL RECORDINGS

AUGUST 1946; Sellers Co., 2102 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Hank Thompson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BOBBY MURRELL: guitar; JIMMY GILLILAND: steel guitar; TOMMY WILLIAMS: bass; CARLISLE MILLS: fiddle

001   Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love (Hank Thompson)
002   Whoa Sailor (Hank Thompson)
003   California Women (Hank Thompson
004   What Are We Gonna Do About The Moonlight (Hank Thompson)

c. 1947; Sellers Co., 2102 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Hank Thompson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MORRIS BOOKER: mandolin; JIMMY GILLILAND: steel guitar; CHARLIE ADAMS: bass; 'COTTON' COLLINS: fiddle; BILL DUKAS: accordian

005   A Lonely Heart Knows (Hank Thompson)
006   Starry Eyed Texas Gal (Hank Thompson

OCTOBER 10, 1947, (Session #717); WFAA Studio, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; JACK RIVERS: guitar; RALPH “Lefty” NASON: steel guitar HAROLD WESLEY 'Rip' GIERSDORF: bass; HOWARD 'Howdy' FORRESTER: fiddle; ROBERT 'Georgia Slim' RUTLAND: fiddle; 'Buddy' WOODY: accordian

007   2313-2   (I've Got A) Humpty Dumpty Heart (Hank Thompson)
008   2314-1   Today (Hank Thompson)
009   2315-1   Don't Flirt With Me (Hank Thompson)
010   2316-3   Rock In The Ocean (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 13, 1947, (Session #871 & #872); Capitol Lounge, Sunset Blvd./Vine Street; Hollywood, California; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; EDWARD M. 'Eddie' KIRK: guitar; AGAPITO 'Pete' MARTINEZ: steel guitar; CLIFFIE STONE (CLIFFORD G. SNYDER): bass/band leader; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; WILLIAM 'Billy' LIEBERT: piano/ accordion

011   2861-2   My Heart Is A Jigsaw Puzzle (Hank Thompson)
012   2862-1   Yesterday's Mail (Hank Thompson)
013   2863-1   I I Find You Cheatin' On Me (Hank Thompson
014   2864-3   Second Hand Gal (Hank Thompson)
015   2865-2   You Broke My Heart (In Little Bitty Pieces) (Hank Thompson)
016   2866-2   Mary Had A Little Lamb ( His Love Was Pure As Snow) (Hank Thompson)
017   2867-1   You Remembered Me (Hank Thompson)
018   2868-1   California Women (Hank Thompson)
019   2869-1   The Green Light (Hank Thompson)
020   2870-2   What Are We Gonna Do About The Moonlight? (Hank Thompson)

APRIL 5, 1949, (Session #1199); WFAA Studio, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; HOWARD WESLEY 'Rip' GIERSDORF: bass

021   4021-1   All That Goes Up Must Come Down (Hank Thompson)
022   4022-1   Standing On The Outside Looking In (Hank Thompson)
023   4023-1   Tomorrow Night (Hank Thompson)
024   4023-1   My Front Door Is Open (Hank Thompson)

JUNE 22, 1949, (Session #1378); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; JOYCE WAYNE 'Red' MURRELL: guitar; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; CLIFFIE STONE (CLIFFORD G. SNYDER): bass

025   4605-4   Soft Lips (Walt McCoy)
026   4606-1   Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love (Hank Thompson)
027   4607-3   Whoa Sailor (Hank Thompson)
028   4608-2   The Grass Looks Greener Over Yonder (Hank Thompson)

AUGUST 8, 1949, (Session #1419); WFAA Studio, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; HAROLD WESLEY 'Rip' GIERSDORF: bass

029   4764-2   She's A Girl Without A Sweetheart (Hank Thompson)
030   4665-2   Take A Look At This Broken Heart Of Mine (Hank Thompson)
031   4766-2   Give A Little, Take A Little (Hank Thompson)
032   4767-2   A Cat Has Nine Lives (Hank Thompson)

JANUARY 22, 1950, (Session #1636); Hank Thompson's House, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; HAROLD WESLEY 'Rip' GIERSDORF: bass

033   5545-1   Beautiful Texas (W. Lee O'Daniel)

JUNE 27,1950, (Session #1743); WBAP Studio, Ft. Worth, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; LUDIE HARRIS: guitar; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: Steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass

034   5987-2   Daddy Blues (Hank Thompson)
035   5988-2   How Do You Feel (Hank Thompson)

JUNE 28, 1950, (Session #1744); WBAP Studio, Ft. Worth, Texas; Producer: Lee Gillette
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; LUDIE HARRIS: guitar/duet vocal; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass

036   5989-9   New Rovin' Gambler (arr. Hank Thompson)
037   5990-3   Humpty Dumpty Boogie (Hank Thompson)
038   5991      Can't Feel At Home In This World Anymore (Hank Thompson)
039   5992-1   When God Calls His Children Home (Hank Thompson)

NOVEMBER 3, 1950, (Session #1928); WBAP Studio, Ft. Worth, Texas; Producer: Walter D. 'Dee' Kilpatrick
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/ band leader; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOE HERMAN 'Big Red' HAYES: fiddle; JOHNNY MANSON: fiddle

040   6664-1   If I Cry (George Weldon Allard)
041   6665-4   A Broken Heart And A Glass Of Wine (Benny Martin-Boudieaux Bryant-Robert Castelow)
042   6666-3   The Devil In My Angels Eyes (Hank Thompson)
043   6667-4   Playin' Possom (John T. McCoy-Cliffie Stone)

JANUARY 9, 1951 (Session #1931); Sellers Co., 2102 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Walter D. 'Dee' Kilpatrick
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOE HERMAN 'Big Red' HAYES: fiddle; JOHNNY MANSON: fiddle

044   6851-4   Where Is Your Heart Tonight? (Benny Martin-Boudieaux Bryant-Robert Castelow)
045   6852-8   Those Things Money Can't Buy (Vic McAlpin)
046   6853-9   Hangover Heart (Hank Thompson-Pat J. Hagan, Jr.)
047   6854      I Ain't Cryin' Over You (Vic McAlpin)

JUNE 3, 1951, (Session #2142); Sellers Co., 2102 Jackson Street, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Walter D. 'Dee' Kilpatrick
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; RALPH 'Lefty' NASON: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOE HERMAN 'Big Red' HAYES: fiddle; JOHNNY MANSON: fiddle

048   7468        You Were The Cause (Of It All) (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
049   7469-10   I'll Be Your Sweetheart For A Day (Hank Thompson)
050   7470-7     Love Thief (Hank Thompson-Mary Lou Powers)
051   7471-4     Teardrops On The Tealeaves (Hank Thompson-Marvin Thomas Hipps)

DECEMBER 11, 1951, (Session #2401); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocals/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; HAROL LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; WILLIAM WAYNE FOSTER: drums; JOE HERMAN 'Big Red' HAYES: fiddle; KENNETH ALLEN 'Little Red' HAYES: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

052   9364        The Wild Side Of Life (Arlie A. Carter)
053   9365-14   Waiting In The Lobby Of Your Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
054   9366-8     Don't Make Me Cry Again (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
055   9367-2     Cryin' In The Deep Blue Sea (Hank Thompson)

MAY 13, 1952, (Session #2629); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; Guitar/band leader; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar: BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; WILLIAM WAYNE FOSTER: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JOHNNY MANSON: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

056   10083-14   The New Wears Off Too Fast (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
057   10096-6     You're Walking On My Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
058   10097-12   It's Better To Have Loved A Little (Hank Thompson)
059   10098-9     How Cold Hearted Can You Get (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

DECEMBER 16, 1952, (Session #2846); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY RAY CARSON: guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

060   10832-10   Rub-A-Dub-Dub (Hank Thompson)
061   10891-6     I'd Have Never Found Somebody New (Hank Thompson)
062   10899-10   Where My Sweet Baby Used To Walk (Hank Thompson)
063   10907        I'll Sign My Heart Away (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 17, 1952, (Session #2848); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY RAYMOND CARSON: guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/ band leader; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass ; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' White: fiddle: GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

064   10916-5   Yesterday's Girl (Hank Thompson)
065   10917      John Henry (arr. Hank Thompson)
066   10918      The Letter Edged In Black (arr. Hank Thompson)
067   10919-4   Mother The Queen Of My Heart (Hoyt Bryant-Jimmie Rodgers)

DECEMBER 18, 1952, (Session #2854); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer; Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY RAYMOND CARSON: guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/ band leader; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass ; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

068   10932-3   At The Rainbow's End (Bob Nolan)
069   10933-6   When You're Lovin', You're Livin' (Hank Thompson)
070   10934-4   You Don't Have The Nerve (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
071   10935-2   I Saw My Mother's Name (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

JANUARY 27, 1953, (Session #2906); WKY Studio, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Producer: Hank Thompson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY RAYMOND CARSON: guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/ band leader; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass ; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

072   11072-2   No Help Wanted (Bill Carlisle)

JUNE 8, 1953, (Session#3062); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/ band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

073   11585-7  Go Cry Your Heart Out (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
074   11586     Wake Up, Irene (Weldon Allard-Johnny Hatchcock)
075   11587     A Fooler, A Faker (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
076   11588     Breakin' The Rules (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Al Blasingame)

MARCH 22,1954, (Session #3344 & #3345); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; KERMIT L. BACA: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano
* OVERDUB SESSION: July 24, 1957, (Session #3344A); Producer: Ken Nelson

077   12390        We've Gone Too Far (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
078   12391-27   If Lovin' You Is Wrong (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
079   12392        Tears Are Only Rain (Weldon Allard-Johnny Hatchcock)
080   12393        Annie Over (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Don Clay)
081   12394        This Train (arr. Hank Thompson)
082   12395        The Little Rosewood Casket (arr. Hank Thompson)
083   12396-17   Gloria (Leon Rene)
084   12398        Honky-Tonk Girl ( Hank Thompson-Chuck Harding)

MARCH 23, 1954 (Session #3346 & #3347); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel Guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; ROY HARTE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano; DUBERT RAY DOBSON: trumpet

085   12397-6     Jersey Bounce (Bobby Plater-Tiny Bradshaw-Edward Johnson-Robert E. Wright- Buddy Feyne)
086   12399-6     Sunrise Serenade (Frankie Carle)
087   12400-10   Johnson Rag (Guy Hall-Henry Kleinkauf)
088   12401-9     Dardanella (Felix Bernard-Johnny S. Black)
089   12402        When Your Love Burns Low (Johnny Hatchcock-Weldon Allard)
090   12403-10   A New Deal Of Love (Hank Thompson-Billy)
091   12404-7     Baby I Need Your Lovin' (Hank Thompson-Dorothy Thompson)
092   12405-9     I'd Do It Again (Hank Thompson)
093   12406-4     Dusty Skies (Cindy Walker)

MARCH 24, 1954 (Session #3348); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; Billy Gray: guitar/band leader; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOHN LOUIS 'Jack Greenback' GREENBACH: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bobbie' WHITE: fiddle; GILBERT 'Gil' BACA: piano

094   12407-6   A Lonely Heart Knows (Hank Thompson)
095   12408      The New Green Light (Hank Thompson)
096   12409      Tomorrow Night (Hank Thompson)
097   12410-9   Today (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 13, 1954, (Session #3607 & 3570); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES McDANIEL: piano

098   13059   Simple Simon (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Bud Auge)
099   13060   Most Of All (Hank Thompson)
100   13061   Breakin' In Another Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray- Dorothy Thompson)
101   13140   Too In Love (Ned Fairchild-Merle Travis)
102   13146   String Of Pearls (Jerry Gray-Eddie deLange)
103   13147   Big Beaver (Bob Wills)
104   13148   Panhandle Rag (Leon McAuliffe)
105   13149   Wildwood Flower (arr. Hank Thompson)

JUNE 22, 1955, (Session #3846 & #3847); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE McDANIEL: piano; DUBERT RAY DOBSON: trumpet

106   14042   Honey, Honey Bee Ball (Jerry Hamilton)
107   14043   Quicksand (Hank Thompson)
108   14044   You Can Give Me Back My Heart (Hank Thompson-Don Clay-Red Manuel)
109   14045   Don't Take It Out On Me (Hank Thompson)
110   14046   Red Skin Girl (Hank Thompson)
111   14047   Westphalia Waltz (Cotton Collins)
112   14048   Don't Be That Way (Benny Goodman-Edgar Sampson-Mitchell Parish)

JANUARY 4, 1956, (Session #4004 & #4405) ; Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; ROBERT B. “Bob' WHITE: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES McDANIEL: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

113   14573   It Makes No Difference Now (Floyd Tillman-Jimmie Davis)
114   14574   Anybody's Girl (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
115   14575   Taking My Chances (Hank Thompson-Charlie Mills)
116   14576   I'm Not Mad, Just Hurt (Lyla de Rouche-Orville Proctor)
117   14886   The Blackboard Of My Heart (Lyle Gaston-Hank Thompson)
118   14577   Across The Alley From The Alamo (Joe Greene)
119   14578   Weeping Willow (arr. Hank Thompson)
120   14579   Prosperity Special (Hank Thompson)

JANUARY 6, 1956, (Session #4009 & 4010); Capitol Records Studio, 5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES 'Donnie' McDANIEL: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet, last 5 songs

121   14568   I'll Be Your Sweetheart For A Day (Hank Thompson)
122   14593   Under The Double Eagle (arr. Hank Thompson)
123   14594   Don't Flirt With Me (Hank Thompson)
124   14595   Standing On The Outside Looking In (Hank Thompson)
125   14596   My Front Door Is Open (Hank Thompson)
126   14885   Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love (Hank Thompson)
127   14597   (I've Got A) Humpty Dumpty Heart (Hank Thompson)
128   14598   Whoa Sailor (Hank Thompson)
129   14599   I Find You Cheatin' On Me (Hank Thompson)
130   14600   The Grass Looks Greener Over Yonder (Hank Thompson)
131   14887   You Remembered Me (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 10, 1956, (Session #4686 & #4687); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE : steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. MCGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES 'Donnie' McDANIEL: piano

132   16239   You'll Be The One (Orville Proctor-Lyle Gaston)
133   16240   I Don't Want To Know (Hank Thompson-Don Gray)
134   16241   Someone Can Steal Your Love From Me (Hank Thompson-Ray Peterson)
135   16242   Old Napoleon (Billy Gray)
136   16243   I Was The First One (Orville Proctor)
137   16244   Rockin' In The Congo (Orville Proctor)

DECEMBER 11, 1956, (Session #4696); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES 'Donnie' McDANIEL: piano

138   16248   Hang Your Head In Shame (Ed G. Nelson-Steve Nelson-Fred Rosen)
139   15249   The Gypsy (Billy Reid)
140   16250   Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington-Bob Russell)

DECEMBER 12, 1956, (Session #4695); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE : steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; DONALD CHARLES 'Donnie' McDaniel: piano

141   16245   I Didn't Mean To Fall In Love (Hank Thompson)
142   16246   A Girl In The Night (Hank Thompson)
143   16247   Don't Look Now (But You Broken Heart Is Showing) (Ernest Tubb)

SEPTEMBER 24, 1957, (Session #6273 & #6276); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; ROBERT 'Bob' BAIN: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND 'Vic' DAVIS: piano
*OVERDUB SESSION: OCTOBER 14, 1957, (Session #6276A); Producer: Ken Nelson

144   17568   Bubbles In My Beer (Tommy Duncan-Cindy Walker-Bob Wills)
145   17569   Headin' Down The Wrong Highway (Ted Daffan)
146   17570   Drivin' Nails In My Coffin (Jerry Irby)
147   17571   Lawdy, What A Gal (Merle Travis-Cliffie Stone)
148   17590   After All The Things I've Done (Hank Thompson)
149   17591   Make Room In Your Heart (For A Memory) (Hank Thompson)

SEPTEMBER 25, 1957, (Session #6277 & #6278); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; OTIS 'Joe' MAPHIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND 'Vic' DAVIS: piano
*OVERDUB SESSION: OCTOBER 14 & 16, 1957, (Session #6277A & 6278A); Producer: Ken Nelson; ROBERT 'Bob' BAIN: guitar/leader

150   17594   I Wouldn't Miss It For The World (Orville Proctor-Preston Sargeant)
151   17595   Klishama Klingo (Orville Proctor- William Penix)
152   17596   Li'L Liza Jane (Dan Lewis-Orville Proctor)
153   17597   If I'm Not Too Late (Hank Thompson)
154   17598   Just An Old Flame (Hank Thompson-Bob Robinson)
155   17599   How Do You Hold A Memory (Lyle Gaston-Orville Proctor)

SEPTEMBER 26, 1957, (Session #6279 & #6280); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; PAUL L. McGHEE: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; BILLY G. PETERS: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND “Vic' DAVIS: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

156   17602   Beaumont Rag (arr. Hank Thompson)
157   17603   Summit Ridge Drive (arr. Hank Thompson)
158   17604   Woodchopper's Ball (Joe Bishop-Woody Herman)
159   17605   Bartender's Polka (Gerlach-Damey-Ward)

APRIL 14, 1958, (Session #6775); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOHN STERLING 'Butch' WHITE: drums; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CAMFIELD: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND 'Vic' DAVIS: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

160   18828   Wednesday Waltz (arr. Hank Thompson)
161   18829   Gold And Silver Waltz (F. Lehar; arr. Hank Thompson)
162   18830   Skater's Waltz (Waldteufel; arr. Hank Thompson)
163   18831   Fifty Year Ago Waltz (arr. Hank Thompson)

APRIL 15, 1958, (Session #6749, #6777, & #6778); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOHN STERLING 'Butch' WHITE: drums; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CANFIELD: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND 'Vic' DAVIS: piano

164   18840   La Zinda Waltz (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
165   18841   The Anniversary Waltz (Dave Franklin-Al Dubin)
166   18695   Let Me Call You Sweetheart (Leo Friedman-Beth Slater Whitson)
167   18696   What Will I Do On Monday (Allard-Hatchcock)
168   18697   You're Going Back To Your Old Ways Again (Billy Gray-Orville Proctor)
169   18698   I've Run Out Of Tomorrows (Compton-Mize-Orville Proctor)
170   18845   Shenandoah Waltz (Chubby Wise-Clyde Moody)
171   18846   Signed, Sealed And Delivered (Cowboy Copas-Lois Mann)
172   18847   In The Valley Of The Moon (Joe Burke-Charles Tobias)
173   18848   The Warm Red Wine (Cindy Walker)

APRIL 17, 1958, (Session #6779); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; JOHN STERLING 'Butch' WHITE: drums; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CAMFIELD: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; VICTOR RAYMOND 'Vic' DAVIS: piano

174   18850   Squaws Along The Yukon (Cam Smith)
175   18851   Two Hearts Deep In The Blues (Lyle Gaston-Hank Thompson)
176   18852   Gathering Flowers (Orville Proctor)

DECEMBER 16, 1958, (Session #7471 & #7474); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; PETE BURKE Jr.: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HENRY M. BOATMAN : fiddle/saxaphone; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JOSEPH 'Joe' LOSCIUTO: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

177   30788   Little Blossom (arr. Hank Thompson)
178   30789   Deep Elem' Blues (arr. Hank Thompson)
179   30790   Rovin' Gambler (arr, Hank Thompson0
180   30791   Cocaine Blues (arr. Hank Thompson)
181   30808   May I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight Mister? (arr. Hank Thompson)
182   30809   I'll Be A Bachelor Till I Die (Hank Williams)
183   30810   Three Times Seven (Merle Travis-Cliffie Stone)
184   30811   Bumming Around (Pete Graves)

DECEMBER 17, 1958, (Session #7477 & #7482); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer; Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; Billy Gray: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; PETE BURKE Jr.: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HENRY M. BOATMAN: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JOSEPH 'Joe' LOSCIUTO: piano; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

185   30820   I Left My Gal In The Mountains (Carson J. Robison)
186   30821   Teach 'em How To Swim (Orville Proctor-William Penix)
187   30822   Drunkard's Blues (arr. Hank Thompson)
188   30823   Dry Bread (arr. Merle Travis)
189   30836   Lost John (arr. Hank Thompson)
190   30837   I Guess I'm Getting Over You (Hank Thompson-Al Blasingame)
191   30838   What Made Her Change (Hank Thompson)
192   30839   Total Strangers (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 18, 1958,(Session #7483); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; FLOYD LESTER 'Bobbie' WHITE: steel guitar; PETE BURKE Jr,: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSEL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HENRY M. BOATMAN: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JOSEPH 'Joe' LOSCIUTO: piano; THE STAMPS QUARTET: vocal chorus

193   30832   Just One Step Away (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
194   30833   Coconut Grove (Harry Owens)
195   30834   Tuxedo Junction (Johnson-Dash-Hawkins-Feyne)
196   30835   Give The World A Smile (M.L. Yandell-Otis Deaton)

DECEMBER 15, 1959,(Session #9136 & #9140); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

197   32908   Love Thief (Hank Thompson-Mary Lou Powers)
198   32937   The Gypsy And The Tealeaves (Hank Thompson-Marvin Hipps)
199   32905   Soft Lips (Walt McCoy)
100   32906   Cryin' In The Deep Blue Sea (Hank Thompson)
201   32907   Hangover Heart (Hank Thompson-Pat J. Hagan Jr.)

DECEMBER 16, 1959, (Session #9146 & #9148); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

202   32947   How Do You Feel (Hank Thompson)
203   32948   Those Things Money Can't Buy (Vic McAlpin)
204   32949   Give A Little, Take A Little (Hank Thompson)
205   32950   Rock In The Ocean (Hank Thompson)
206   32951   Take A Look At This Broken Heart Of Mine (Hank Thompson)
207   32952   She's A Girl Without A Sweetheart (Hank Thompson)
208   32953   A Fooler, A Faker (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
209   32954   A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart-Johnny Lowe)

DECEMBER 17, 1959, (Session#9150 & #9151); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood , California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; WAYMA K. 'Pee Wee' WHITEWING: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

210   32959   Will We Start It All Over Again (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
211   32960   She's Just A Whole Lot Like You (Hank Thompson)
212   32961   There My Future Goes (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
213   32962   Too In Love (Ned Fairchild-Merle Travis)
214   32963   Teach Me How To Lie (Hank Thompson)
215   32964   It's Got To Be A Habit (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

DECEMBER 13, 1960, (Session #9835 & #9837); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson-Fred
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; ALLEN J. 'Al' WILLIAMS: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

216   35087   It's My Fault (Hank Thompson)
217   35088   I'd Like To Tell You (Hank Thompson)
218   35089   I'll Be Around (Alec Wilder)
219   35090   Just An Old Faded Photograph (Rex Griffin)

DECEMBER 14, 1960, (Session #9838 & #9839), Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; ALLEN J. 'Al' WILLIAMS: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

220   35100   I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair (Ronnie Dodd-Jimmie Davis-Charles Mitchell)
221   35101   Sing Me Something Sentimental (Mart Robbins)
222   35102   Paying Of The Interest With My Tears (Hank Thompson)
223   35103   I Keep Meeting Girls Like You (Hank Thompson-Bud Auge)
224   35104   My Old Flame (Hank Thompson-Lyle Gaston)
225   35105   Just A Little While (Hank Thompson-Ray Williams)
226   35106   I've Convinced Everybody But Myself (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

DECEMBER 15, 1960, (Session #9840); Capitol Tower, 7150 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; ALLEN J. 'Al' WILLIAMS: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

227   35107   I Gotta Have My Baby Back (Floyd Tillman)
228   35108   Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
229   35109   Hangover Tavern (Hank Thompson-Johnny Lowe-Mary Lowe)

MARCH 24, 1961, (Session #10001); The Golden Nugget, Las Vegas, Nevada; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

000   35600   Introduction
230   35601   Honky-Tonk Girl (Hank Thompson-Chuck Harding)
231   35602   I Guess I'm Getting Over You (Hank Thompson-Al Blasingame)
232   35603   I'll Step Aside (Johnny Bond0
233   none     Orange Blossom Special (Rouse)
234   35604   I Didn't Maen To Fall In Love (Hank Thompson)
235   35605   John Henry (arr. Hank Thompson)

MARCH 25, 1961, (Session #10002); The Golden Nugget, Las Vegas, Nevada; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; GWIN MERLE 'Junior' NICHOLS: drums; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

236   35606   Nine Pound Hammer (Merle Travis)
237   35607   She's Just A Whole Lot Like You (Hank Thompson)
238   none     Have I Told You Lately That I Love You (Scott Wiseman)
239   none     Steel Guitar Rag (Leon McAuliffe)
240   35609   Just One Step Away (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
241   35610   Lost Highway (Leon Payne)
242   35608   A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart-Johnny Lowe)

DECEMBER 12, 1961, (Session #10398 & #10403); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK 'Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

243   36851   Honky Tonk Town (Hank Thompson-Bud Ange-James Zubulake)
244   36852   I'd Look Forward To Tomorrow (If It Wasn't For Yesterday) (Hank Thompson- Billy Gray)
245   36939   How Many Teardrops Will It Take (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
246   36940   Drop Me Gently (So My Heart Won't Break) (Dorothy Thompson-Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 13, 1961, (Session #10407 & #10408); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK 'Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; WILLIAM W. 'Billy' WRIGHT: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

247   36888   That's The Recipe For A Heartache (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
248   36890   Blue Skirt Waltz (Vaclay Blahe-Mitchell Parish)
249   36889   I Cast A Lonesome Shadow (Hank Thompson-Lynn Russwurm)

JULY 26, 1962, (Session #10716 & #10717); Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyoming; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; ROY CLARK: guitar; Billy GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; FRANCIS KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK “Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

250   38150   Annie Over (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Don Clay)
251   38152   Drop Me Gently (So My Heart Won't Break) (Dorothy Thompson-Hank Thompson)
252   38153   Forgive Me (Milton Ager-Jack Yellen)
253   38155   Rose City Chimes (R.J. Garrett)

JULY 27, 1962, (Session #10716); Cheyenne frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyoming: Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; ROY CLARK: guitar; Billy GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; FRANCIS KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK “Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

254   38156   You're Walking On My Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
255   38158   Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
256   38160   That's The Recipe For A Heartache (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
257   38161   Darling What More Can I Say (Gene Autry-Jenny Lou Carson)

JULY 28, 1962, (Session #10718); Cheyenne Frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyoming: Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; ROY CLARK: guitar; Billy GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; FRANCIS KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK “Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

258   38163   Hangover Tavern (Hank Thompson-Johnny Lowe- Mary Lowe)
259   38164   I'll Sign My Heart Away (Hank Thompson)
260   38166   Teach Me How To Lie (Hank Thompson)
261   38168   Cincinnati Lou (Merle Travis-Shug Fisher)

OCTOBER 11, 1962, (Session #10876); The State Fair Of Texas, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY; guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS; guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; RODDY BRISTOL: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK 'Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet 262 38534 My Heart Is A Playground (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

263   38535   Simple Simon (Hank Thompson)
264   38536   Rub-A-Dub-Dub (Hank Thompson)
265   38537   Will We Start It All Over Again (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

OCTOBER 12, 1962, (Session 10877); The State Fair Of Texas, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY; guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS; guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; RODDY BRISTOL: fiddle ; WILLAIM JACK 'Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

266   38538   How Many Tears Will It Take (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
267   38539   I Cast A Lonesome Shadow (Hank Thompson-Lynn Russwurm)
268   38540   The New Wears Off Too Fast (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)

OCTOBER 13, 1962, (Session #10878); The State Fair Of Texas, Dallas, Texas; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY; guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS; guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BILLY BRIGGS STEWART: bass; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; RODDY BRISTOL: fiddle; WILLIAM JACK 'Billy Jack' SAUCIER: fiddle; DUBERT DOBSON: trumpet

269   38541   Beautiful Texas (W. Lee O'Daniel)
270   38542   There's A Little Bit Of Everything In Texas (Ernest Tubb)
271   38543   Deep In The Heart Of Texas (Don Swander-June Hershey)
272   38544   Charmaine (Erno Rapee-Lew Pollack)
273   38545   River Road Two Step (Pee Wee King-Redd Stewart)

DECEMBER 10, 1962, (Session #10940 & #10941); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CAMFIELD: fiddle; CURTIS RAY POTTER: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

274   38786   San Antonio Rose (Bob Wills)
275   38787   Detour (Paul Westmoreland)
276   38788   I Don't Hurt Anymore (Don Robertson-Jack Rollins)
277   38789   Pick Me Up On Your Way Down (Harlan Howard0
278   38790   Beer Barrel Polka (Lew Brown-Wlademir A. Timm-Jaromir Vejvoda)

DECEMBER 11, 1962, (Session #10947 & #10948); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CAMFIELD: fiddle; CURTIS RAY POTTER: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

279   38791   The Wild Side Of Life (Arlie A. Carter)
280   38792   Yesterday's Girl (Hank Thompson)
281   38793   Wabash Cannon Ball (A.P. Carter)
282   38794   Then I'll Keep On Loving You (Floyd Tillman)
283   38795   Shot-gun Boogie (Tennessee Ernie Ford)

DECEMBER 12, 1962, (Session #10949, #10950, & #10951); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street , Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; ROBERT JOHN 'Bobby' GARRETT: steel guitar; BERNARD NELSON YOUNG: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; TOM WILLIAM 'Tommy' CAMFIELD: fiddle; CURTIS RAY POTTER: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

284   38796   Back Street Affair (Billy Wallace)
285   38797   You Nearly Lose Your Mind (Ernest Tubb)
286   38798   The Eyes Of Texas (Public Domain)
287   38799   The More In Love Your Heart Is (Nat Stuckey-Hank Thompson)
288   38800   I Wasn't Even In The Running (Hank Thompson)
289   38801   The Luckiest Heartache In Town (Billy Gray-Hank Thompson-Dorothy Thompson)
290   38802   Whatever Happened To Mary (Hank Thompson)

MAY 27, 1963, (Session #11266 & #11269); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California: Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader: MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; HAROLD L. 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN “Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

291   39883   Twice As Much (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Bob Blanchard)
292   39884   Just To Ease The Pain (Hank Thompson-Slim Dossey)
293   39885   Reaching For The Moon (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
294   39886   Stirring Up The Ashes (Hank Thompson)

DECEMBER 16, 1963 (Session #11602 & #11603); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS: guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON: guitar; BERT LOUIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

295   51005   Paper Doll (Johnny S. Black)
296   51006   There's No You (Hal Hopper-Tom Adair- George Durgon)
297   51007   You Always Hurt The One You Love (Doris Fisher-Allan Roberts)

DECEMBER 17, 1963 (Session #11604 & #11607); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS: guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON: guitar; BERT LOUIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

298   51009   September In The Rain (Harry Warren-Al Dubin)
299   51010   Till Then (Eddie Seiler-Sol Marcus-Guy Wood)
300   51011   That's All There Is To That (Clyde Otis-Kelly Owens)
301   51012   Breakin' In Another Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Dorothy Thompson)

DECEMBER 18, 1963, (Session #11605 & #11609); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; BILLY GRAY: guitar/band leader; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS: guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON: guitar; BERT LOUIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT : piano

302   51013   How Do You Hold A Memory (Lyle Gaston-Orville Proctor)
303   51014   Don't Take It Out On Me (Hank Thompson)
304   51015   I'd Have Never Found Somebody New (Hank Thompson)
305   51016   It's Better To Have Loved A Little (Hank Thompson)
306   51017   Just An Old Flame (Hank Thompson-Bob Robertson)

JUNE 8, 1964, (Session 11901 & #11902); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS; guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON : guitar; BERT LEWIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

307   52165   Here Comes Santa Claus (Oakley Halderman-Gene Autry)
308   52166   Gonna Wrap My Heart In Ribbons (Hank Thompson-Hatchcock-Allard)
309   52167   It's Christmas Every Day In Alaska (Hank Thompson)
310   52168   Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town (J. Fred Coots-Have Gillespie)

JUNE 9, 1964, (Session #11904 &#11905); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS; guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON : guitar; BERT LEWIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

311   52169   Blue Christmas (Billy Hayes-Jay Johnson)
312   52170   Silver Bells (Billy Hayes-Jay Johnson)
313   52171   It's Christmas Time (Ira Louvin-Charlie Louvin)
314   52172   I's Like To Have An Elephant For Christmas (Hank Thompson)

JUNE 10, 1964, (Session #11906 & #11910); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS; guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON : guitar; BERT LEWIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; WILLIAM RUSSELL 'Billy' ARMSTRONG: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

315   52177   White Christmas (Irving Berlin)
316   52178   Little ChristmaAngel (Hank Thompson-Hatchcock-Allard)
317   52179   Mr. & Mrs. Snowman (Hank Thompson-Lyle Gaston)
318   52180   Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (Johnny Marks)
319   52197   We Wish You A Merry Christmas (traditional)

SEPTEMBER 29, 1964, (Session #12099 & #12103); Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Ken Nelson
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; OTIS W. 'Joe' MAPHIS: guitar; BILLY FLOYD THOMPSON: guitar; BERT LOUIS RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JOE HERMAN 'Big Red' HAYES: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano

320   52882   Life's Sweetest Moment (Hank Thompson)
321   52883   I'm Gonna Practice Freedom (Hank Thompson-Will Penix)
322   52884   Then I'll Start Believing In You (Hank Thompson-Will Penix)
323   52885   In The Back Of Your Mind (Hank Thompson)

WARNER BROTHERS, DOT, ABC-DOT, ABC, AND CHURCHILL LABEL RECORDINGS

MAY 16, 1966, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; NEIL KENNETH LEVANG: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN
SINGERS: vocal chorus

001   J15350/MB23129   If I Lose You Tomorrow (Hank Thompson-Mary Lou Butler
002   J15337/MB23556   I'll Set My Teardrops To Music (Hank Thompson-Lynn Russwurm)
003   J15338/MB23558   Number One On The Hurt Parade (Hank Thompson)
004   J15339/MB23557   I've Got A Date With A Teardrop (Hank Thompson)

MAY 17, 1966, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN SINGERS: vocal chorus

005   J15353/MB23590   Clubs, Spades, Diamonds And Hearts (Hank Thompson-Presley L. Lewis)
006   J14354/MB23560   The Great Society (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
007   J15351/MB23130   On Tap, In The Can, Or In The Bottle (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart)
008   J15352/MB23555   Let The Four Winds Choose (Hank Thompson-Presley L. Lewis)

MAY 18, 1966, Capital Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN SINGERS: vocal chorus

009   J15344/MB26239   New Blackboard Of My Heart (Hank Thompson-Lyle Gaston)
010   J15348/MB23589   Smoky The Bar (Hank Thompson-William Penix
011   J15340/MB23559   The Big One Got Away (Hank Thompson-Presley L. Lewis)
012   J15349/MB23561   Lend Me A Dollar (Hank Thompson-Jerry Hamilton)

MAY 19, 1966, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN SINGERS: vocal chorus

013   J15336/MB23552   Where Is The Circus (Hank Thompson-Bobby Bishop)
014   J15341/MB23554   Love Walked Out Long Before She Did (Hank Thompson)
015   J15355/MB23553   He's Got A Way With Women (Hank Thompson-Rodney Lay)
016   J15356/MB23937   I See Them Everywhere (Hank Thompson-Tommy Higgins)

JULY 19, 1966, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; IVY J. 'Jimmy' BRYANT: guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN SINGERS: vocal chorus

017   J15342/MB23216   Green Light (Hank Thompson)
018   J15343/MB26238   Most Of All (Hank Thompson)
019   J15357/MB23500   Whoa Sailor (Hank Thompson)

JULY 22, 1966, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California: Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; IVY J. 'Jimmy' BRYANT: guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; BOBBY 'Robert Berg' BRUCE: fiddle; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; RON HICKMAN SINGERS: vocal chorus

020   J15346/MB23222   (I've Got A) Humpty Dumpty Heart (Hank Thompson)
021   J15347/MB26236   Squaws Along The Yukon (Cam Smith)
022   J15348/MB23938   Today (Hank Thompson)
023   J15345/MB26235   Breakin' The Rules (Hank Thompson-Al Blasingame-Billy Gray)
024   J15359/MB26237   Tomorrow Night (Hank Thompson)

JANUARY 9, 1967, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Arranger: Hank Lavine; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; VICTOR FELDMAN: percussion; LAWRENCE 'Larry' KNECHTEL: piano; ANTHONY 'Tony' TERRAN: trumpet; DENZIL GAIL LAUGHTON: harp; ISRAEL BAKER, HARRY BLUESTONE, ELLIOTT FISHER, LOUIS 'Lou' RADERMAN, And ISADORE ROMAN: violins

025   MB25209/MB25039   Wildwood Flower (Public Domain)
026   MB25214                 John Henry (Public Doamin)
027   MB25215                 Take The 'A' Train (Billy Strayhorn)
028   MB25217                 Brazos Valley Blues (Hank Thompson)
029   K15563/MB24908     Oklahoma Stomp (Spade Cooley-Larry DePaul-John Weis)

JANUARY 10, 1967, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Arranger: Hank Lavine; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; VICTOR FELDMAN: percussion; LAWRENCE 'Larry' KNECHTEL: piano; ANTHONY 'Tony' TERRAN: trumpet; MARGARET AUE: cello; DENZIL GAIL LAUGHTON: harp; ISRAEL BAKER, HARRY BLUESTONE, ELLIOTT FISHER , LOUIS 'Lou' RADERMAN, and ISADORE ROMAN:violins

030   MB25218   La Golondrina (Public Domain)
031   K15574     Steel Guitar Rag (Leon McAuliffe-Merle Travis-Cliffie Stone)
032   MB25219   Turkey On The String (Hank Thompson)
033   MB25216   Chihuahua Polka (Hank Thompson)
034   MB25212   Ja Da (Bob Carleton)

JANUARY 11, 1967, Capitol Tower, 1750 N. Vine Street, Hollywood, California; Arranger: Hank Lavine; Procucer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; GLEN CAMPBELL: guitar; MERLE TRAVIS: guitar CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; LAWRENCE B. 'Red' WOOTEN: bass; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; HAROLD GLENN HENSLEY: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; VICTOR FELDMAN: percussion; LAWRENCE 'Larry' KNECHTEL: piano; ANTHONY 'Tony' TERRAN; trumpet; GREGORY BEMBKO: cello; JOSEPH SAXON: cello; EMMETT SARGEANT: cello

035   MB25210   When The Saints Go Marching In (Public Domain)
036   MB25211   Fiddleitis (Hank Thompson)
037   MB25213   Maiden' Prayer/ Faded Love (Bob Wills-John Wills)
038                   Salute To Bob (Rose-Nelson-Bob Wills-Burt-John Wills-Johssen/Wills)

1967, Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger: Joe Allison & Harold Bradley; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; BERT RIVERA: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; HUBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; John P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; GROVER COYLE 'Shorty' LAVENDER: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle; JAMES ALEXANDER 'Jimmy' PRUETT: piano; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; THE NASVILLE SOUNDS: vocal chorus

039   K15616/MB23220   Cold Cold Heart (Hank Williams)
040   K15617                 A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart-Johnny Lowe)
041   K15617/MB23217   I'm Movin' On (Hank Snow)
042   K15619/MB23227   Six Days On The Road (Earl Greene-Carl Mongomery)
043   K15620/MB23221   Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
044   K15621/MB23225   She Thinks I Still Care (Dickey Lee Lipscomb-Steve Duffy)
045   K15622/MB23223   Together Again (Buck Owens)
046   K15623/MB23219   Slipping Around (Floyd Tillman)
047   K15624/MB23224   Smoke Smoke SmokeThat Cigarette (Merle Travis-Tex Williams)
048   K15625/MB23218   He'll Have to Go (Joe Allison-Audrey Allison)
049   K15626/MB23226   Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis)
050   K15627                 Dusty Skies (Cindy Walker)
051   K15631/MB24970   The Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma (Tim Spencer)
052   K15632/MB24906   Dear Okie (Doye O'Dell-Rudy Sooter)

FEBURARY 4 & 5, 1969, Woodland Sound Studios, 1011 Woodland Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger: Harold Bradley; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; Harold Ray Bradley: guitar/leader; Herman Bland 'Pete' WADE: guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; THE NASHVILLE SOUND: vocal chorus

053   MB24256        Pop A Top (Nat Stuckey)
054   MB24257        New Records On The Jukebox (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
055   MB24258        Oklahoma Home Brew (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
056   MB24259        Cocaine Blues (T. J. Arnall)
057   MB24260        Bright Lights And Blonde Haired Women (Eddie Kirk)
058   MB24261        What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Glenn Sutton)
059   MB24263        Ace In The Hole (Hank Thompson-Joe Allison-Merle Travis)
060   MB24264        Let's Get Drunk And Be Somebody (Chuck Hall-Hank Thompson)
061   MB25265        My Rough And Rowdy Ways (Jimmie Rodgers-Elsie McWilliams)
062   MB24266-14   Drunkard's Blues (arr. Hank Thompson)
063   MB24667-19   Girl In The Night (Hank Thompson)

MARCH 31, 1969, RCA VICTOR Studio, 806 17th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; Harold Ray Bradley: guitar/leader; THE NASHVILLE SOUNDS; vocal chorus, other detail unknown

064   MB24459   Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
065   MB24460   Take Me Back To Tulsa (Tommy Duncan-Bob Wills)
066   MB24461   Happy Oklahoma (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
067   MB24462   Big Boat Across Oklahoma (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
068   MB24463   Homesick, Lonesome, Hillbilly Okie (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
069   MB24476   O-K-L-A-H-O-M-A (Hank Thompson)

APRIL 1 & 2, 1969, RCA Victor Studio, 806 17th Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; CURTIS POTTER: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; HERBERT L. 'Hugo' CHAMBERS: drums; THOMAS LEE 'Tommy' JACKSON, Jr.: fiddle; THE NASHVILLE SOUNDS: vocal chorus

070   MB24485   The Pathway Of My Life (Red Lane)
071   MB24486   Guthrie (Hank Thompson)
072   MB24487   At Certain Time (Red Lane)
073   MB24488   Mutiny On The Monotony (William Penix) (unissued)

SEPTEMBER 18, 1969, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arranger: Harold Bradley; Producer; Joe Allison

HANK THOMPSON; vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE; guitar; THE NASHVILLE SOUND: vocal chorus; other details unknown

074   MB24967   I'm Afraid I Lied (Hank Cochran-Dave Kirby)
075   MB24966   But That's All Right (Red Lane)
076   MB24965   One Of The Fortunate Few (Charlie Williams)
077   MB24968   Take It All Away (Hank Thompson-Al Blasingame)

SEPTEMBER 29, 1970, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; String arranger: Hank Levine; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; BOB L. MOORE: bass; CHARLES B. “Charlie' McCoy: harmonica; other details unknown

078   MB25644   Cozy Inn (Harlan Howard)
079   MB25645   Everybody Loves A Pretty Baby (Hank Cochran-Red Lane)

SEPTEMBER 30, 1970, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; RAY EDENTON: guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass, other setails unknown

080   MB25646   Where My Sweet Baby Used To Walk (Hank Thompson)
081   MB25647   Next Time I Fall In Love (I Won't) (Ned Miller)
082   MB25648   I'd Do It Again (Hank Thompson)

OCTOBER 1, 1970, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; RAY EDENTON: guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass, other setails unknown

083   MB25649   Swing Wide Your Gate Of Love (Hank Thompson)
084   MB25650   Waiting In The Lobby Of Your Heart (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
085   MB25651   We've Gone too Far (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
086   MB25652   The Wild Side Of Life (William Warren-Arlie Carter)
087   MB25653   Yesterday's Girl (Hank Thompson)
088   MB25654   It's Better To Have Loved A Little (Hank Thompson)

MARCH 8 & 9, 1971, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; JAMES D. 'Jimmy' CAPPS: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; THOMAS LEE 'Tommy' JACKSON: fiddle; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICHER: fiddle; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; CHARLES R. 'Charlie' McCoy: harmonica; DAVID PAUL BRIGGS: piano

089   MB25901   I'll Be Around (Alec Wilder)
090   MB25902   Gloria (Leon Rene)
091   MB25904   Glow Worm (Paul Lincke- Lila Cayley Robinson)
092   MB25903   Be My Life's Companion (Bob Hilliard-Milton DeLugg)
093   MB25905   Paper Doll (Johnny Black)

MARCH 10, 1971, (Session 1) Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; JOSEPH S. ZINKAN: bass; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; THOMAS LEE 'Tommy' JACKSON: fiddle; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICHER: fiddle; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; CHARLES R. 'Charlie' McCoy: harmonica; DAVID PAUL BRIGGS: piano

094   MB25906   Till Then (Sol Marcus-Eddie Seiler-Guy Wood)
095   MB25907   You Always Hurt The One You Love (Allan Roberts-Doris Fisher)
096   MB25908   Cab Driver (C. Carson Parks)

MARCH 10, 1971, (Session 2) Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; JERRY W. SHOOK: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; THOMAS LEE 'Tommy' JACKSON, Jr.: fiddle; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICHER: fiddle; WILLIAM PAUL ACKERMAN: drums; CHARLES R. 'Charlie' McCoy: harmonica; DAVID PAUL BRIGGS: piano

097   MB25909   Lazy River (Sid-Hoagy Carmichael)
098   MB25910   You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You (Russ Morgan-Larry Stock -James Cavanaugh)
099   MB25911   Across The Alley From The Alamo (Joe Greene)

MARCH 11, 1971, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Arrangers: Harold Bradley, Joe Allison, Hank Thompson; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; JERRY W. SHOOK: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE “Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; JOSEPH S. ZINKAN: bass; WILLIAM PAUL ACKERMAN: drums; CHARLES R. 'Charlie' McCoy: harmonica; DAVID PAUL BRIGGS: piano

100   MB25912   Promise Her Anything (Hank Thompson-Paul Allen)
101   MB25913   The Mark Of A Heel (Neal Merritt- Gene 'Happy' Wilson)

AUGUST 23, 1971, Bradley's Barn, Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tennessee; Producer: Joe Allison
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; JERRY W. SHOOK: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE “Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN Jr.: drums; DAVID PAUL BRIGGS: piano

102   MB26192   I've Come Awful Close (Ann J, Morton)
103   MB26193   That's Why I Sing In A Honky Tonk (Ned & Sue Miller)
104   MB26194   Fifteen Dollar Draw (Sorrells Pickard)
105   MB26195   Roses In The Wine (Steve Stone-Buckley Maxwell)
106   MB26196   Teardrops On The Rocks (Charlie Williams-Bobby Bare)

MAY 29, 1973, Sound Shop, 1307 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D. ALSUP: guitar; KELTON D. 'Kelso' HERSTON : guitar/leader; CHARLES L. COCHRAN: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; JOSEPH S. ZINKAN: bass; JAMES CARLISLE ISBELL: drums; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano

107   MB27601   The Older The Violin, The Sweeter The Music (Curly Putman)
108   MB27604   Kindly Keep It Country (Hank Thompson-Paul Gailey)
109   MB27602   Jill's Jack In The Box (Hank Thompson- Paul Gailey)

JUNE 26 , 1973, Sound Shop, 1307 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D.ALLSUP: guitar; CHARLES L. COCHRAN: guitar; JAMES M. COLVERT: guitar; BILLY R. SANDERFORD: guitar/leader; JERRY SHOOK : guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar;BOB L. MOORE: bass; JOHN P. 'Johnny GIMBLE: fiddle; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy SPICER: fiddle; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN , Jr.: drums; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano

110   MB27689   The Lord Knows I'm Drinking (Bill Anderson)
111   MB27690   Loving On Back Streets (Hugh King)
112   MB27691   Southern Loving (Jim Owen)
113                   Pass Me By (Hillman Hall)
114   MB27696   It's Four In The Morning (Jerry Chesnut)
115   MB27697   Behind Closed Doors (Kenny O'Dell)
116   MB27698   I Ain't Never (Mel Tillis-Webb Pierce)

JUNE 27 , 1973, Sound Shop, 1307 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D.ALLSUP: guitar; CHARLES L. COCHRAN: guitar; KELTON D. 'Kelso' HERSTON:guitar/ leader; DAVID CARROLL KIRBY: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; JOSEPH S. ZINKAN: bass; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN Jr.: drums; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano

117   MB27692   A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Johnny Lowe-Dick Hart)
118   MB27693 When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again (Wiley Walker-Gene Sullivan)
119   MB27694   Whatever's Left (Jerry Chesnut
120   MB27686   The Corner Of My Life (Bill Anderson)
121   MB27687   I Recall A Gypsy Woman (Allen Reynolds-Bob McDill)
122   MB27688   Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wagon (Therman Fisher)

FEBURARY 26 & 27, 1974, Sound Shop, 1307 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; BILLY R. STANFORD: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar/leader; BOB L. MOORE; bass; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; WADE RAY; fiddle; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS : piano; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano

123   MB28329   Who Left The Door To Heaven Open (Betty Duke)
124                   The Same Old Way (unknown)
125                   Let It Burn (unknown)
126                   Red Necks, White Socks, And Blue Ribbon Beer (Bob McDill-Chuck Neese-Wayland Holyfield)
127                   Country Bumpkin (Don Wayne)
128                   There's A Honky Tonk Angel (Who'll Take Me Back In) (Tony Seals-Denny Rice)
129   MB28334   Wait A Little Longer Baby (Larry Butler)
130   MB28335   Mama Don't Allow No Music (Public Domain)
131                   Fair Weather Love (Jan Crutchfield-Wayne Walker)

SEPTEMBER 5, 1974, Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; LEON RHODES: guitar; JERRY W. GILLISPIE: guitar/leader; HAROLD LEE. 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; DON R. Smith: bass; D. J. FONTANA; drums; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano

132   MB28659   After You Have Made Me Over (Marge Barton-Johnny MacRae)
133   MB28660   That's Just My Truckin' Luck (Johnny Knoose-Bobby P. Barker)
134   MB28661   Mississippi Sam ('Doodle' Owens-Gene Vowell-Glenn Sutton)

MARCH 18, 1975, (Session 1); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; JERRY W. GILLISPIE: leader; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; JOE ALLEN: bass; BOBBY L. DYSON: bass; D. J. FONTANA: drums; JERRY D. SMITH: piano

135                 Answer Me, My Love (Carl Sigman-Fred Rauch-Gerhard Winkler)
136                 Ramblin' Rose (Noel Sherman-Joe Sherman)
137   MB28791 Mona Lisa   (Jay Livingston-Raymond Evans)

MARCH 18, 1975, (Session 2); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; THOMAS GRADY MARTIN: guitar; LOYLD L. GREEN: steel guitar; KARL T. HIMMEL: drums; WILLIAM C. 'Willie' RAINSFORD: piano; WILLIAM HUMBLE: trombone; RANDY HICKMAN: unknown

138   A Blossom Fell (Howard Barnes-Harold Cornelius-Dominic John)
139   It's Only A Paper Moon (Billy Rose-E. Y. Harburg-Harold Arlen)

MARCH 19, 1975, (Session 1); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville,Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: guitar; BOBBY L. DYSON: bass; D. J. FONTANA: drums; JERRY D. SMITH: piano

140   If I May (Charles Singleton-Rose Marie McCoy)
141   MB28786   Too Young (Sydney Dee-Sylvia Lippman)
142   The Gypsy (Billy Reid)

MARCH 19, 1975, (Session 2); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville,Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: guitar; BOBBY L. DYSON: bass ; KARL T. HIMMEL: drums; JERRY D. SMITH; piano

143   Pretend (Lew Douglas-Cliff Parman-Frank LaVere-Dan Bellac)
144   That's All There Is, There Isn't Any More (Gordon Jenkins)
145   Oh Mary Don't You Weep (Nat King Cole-Gordon Jenkins)

JUNE 24, 1975, (Session 1); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; JERRY W. GILLISPIE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOBBY L. DYSON: bass; D. J. FONTANA: drums; JERRY D. SMITH: piano

146   Modine (George Robert Deaton)
147   Golden Turnpike In The Sky (Jimmy Payne)

JUNE 24, 1975, (Session 2); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno

HANK THOMPSON: vocal; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; LEON RHODES: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; JERRY W. GILLISPIE: bass; D. J. FONTANA: drums; JERRY D. SMITH: piano

148   I Lost My Love To A Truck Drivin' Man (unknown)
149   Movin' On (Merle Haggard)

JUNE 25, 1975, Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Ricci Mareno
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; CHARLES F. 'Charlie' BLACK: guitar/leader; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar; STEVEN RICHARD CHAPMAN: guitar; JERRY W. GILLISPIE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOBBY L. DYSON: bass; D. J. FONTANA: drums; JERRY D. SMITH: piano

150                 Trucker's Lullaby (unknown)
151   MB28873 Fifteen Miles To Clarksville (Jerry Gillispie)
152   MB28872 Asphalt Cowboy (Royce G. Clark-Lawton Williams)
153                 Truck Drivers Turn them On (unknown)
154                 Fifteen Gears (unknown)
155                 Truck It On Down To My House Baby (unknown)

MAY 10, 1976, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; FLOYD LESTER WHITE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; HENRY P. STRZELECKI: bass; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle/leader; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; KENNETH M. 'Kenny' MALONE: drums; TONY MIGLIORE: piano

156   Annie Over (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray-Don Clay)
157   Hangover Tavern (Hank Thompson-Johnny Lowe)
158   She's Just A Whole Lot Like You (Hank Thompson

MAY 11, 1976, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; FLOYD LESTER WHITE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; HENRY P. STRZELECKI: bass; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle/leader; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; KENNETH M. 'Kenny' MALONE: drums; TONY MIGLIORE: piano; MERLE DAVID: fiddle

159   MB29146   Honky Tonk Girl (Hank Thompson-Chuck Harding)
160   MB29147   I'll Sign My Life Away (Hank Thompson)
161   MB29146   Yesterday's Girl (Billy Gray-Hank Thompson)
162   MB29149   Another Shot Of Toddy (William Penix-Hank Thompson)
163   MB29150   Forgive Me (Wiley Walker-Gene Sullivan)
164   MB29151   Play For Me One Polka (William Penix-Hank Thompson)
165   MB29152   Big Band Days (Joe Allen)
166   MB29153   Bring Back The Waltzes (Red Steagall)

MAY 12, 1976, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; FLOYD LESTER WHITE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; HENRY P. STRZELECKI: bass; JAMES EDWARD 'Jimmy' BELKEN: fiddle/leader; F. KEITH COLEMAN: fiddle; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; KARL T. HIMMEL: drums; TONY MIGLIORE: piano; MERLE DAVID: fiddle

167 Three Little Swigs (Hank Thompson-Anna Tygart)

JANUARY 3, 4 & 5, 1977, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger/Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; PHIL BAUGH: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; JOHN P. 'Johnny' GIMBLE: fiddle; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; KENNETH M. 'Kenny' MALONE; drums; HARGUS 'M. “Pig'' HARGUS: piano

168   MB29371   Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Duke Ellington-Bob Russell)
169                   Bummin' Around (Pete Graves)
170                   Just One Step Away (Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
171                   Absent Minded Me (Hank Thompson-Clifton Massey-Wes Stuart)
172                   Comin' In For Rye (E. C. Wood-Hank Thompson)
173                   Johnny On The Spot (E. C. Wood- Hank Thompson)
174                   Simple Simon, Simple Heart (Bud Ange-Hank Thompson-Billy Gray)
175                   It Gets More Like Monday Everyday (Don McMillan-Hank Thompson)
176                   When You've Seen One Broken Heart (Hal Bynum-Hank Thompson)
177   MB29369   Just An Old Flame (Hank Thompson-Bob Robinson)
178                   Tell Me When The Flag Is Passing By (Hank Thompson-William Penix)

MAY 9, 1977, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger/Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; PHIL BAUGH: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; WILLIAM PAUL ACKERMAN: drums; LARRIE 'Ralph' LONDON: drums; TONY MIGLIORE: piano

179   Time Wounds All Heels (Hank Thompson-Lynn Russwurm)
180   It's Five O'Clock Somewhere (Hank Thompson)
181   Ages And Ages Ago (Gene Autry-Fred Rose-Ray Whitley

MAY 10, 1977, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger/ Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; PHIL BAUGH: guitar; ODELL MARTIN: guitar; HAROLD LEE ' Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; WILLIAM PAUL ACKERMAN: drums; TONY MIGLIORE: piano

182   She Loves The One She's With (Hank Thompson-Cecil Tisdell)
183   If Worst Comes To Worst (Hank Thompson-Cecil Tisdell)
184   Window In My Heart (Dal Perkins-Hank Thompson)

MAY 11, 1977, US Recording Studio, 12 Music Circle So., Nashville, Tennessee; Arranger/ Producer: Tommy Allsup
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: guitar; PHIL BAUGH: guitar; ODELL MARTIN: guitar; HAROLD LEE ' Curly' CHALKER: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; LARRIE 'Ralph' LONDON: drums; KENNETH M. 'Kenny' MALONE: drums; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano

185   If I Had An Ounce Of Sense (E. C. Wood-Hank Thompson)
186   We Don't Love There Anymore (Hank Thompson-Ann Tygart)
187   Cheater's Never Win (Leon Payne)

MAY 17, 1977, Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York; Producer: Jim Foglesong

188   Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
189   Wild Side Of Life (William Warren-Arlie Carter)
190   Green Light (Hank Thompson)
191   Old Time Fiddle Medley
192   A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Johnny Lowe-Dick Hart)

MAY 16, 1978, Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer; Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY ALLSUP: guitar; JAMES D. 'Jimmy' CAPPS: RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; BILLY R. SANFORD: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; WILLIAM D. 'Billy' SHERRILL: unknown

193   51155   Dance With Me Molly (Roger Bowling-Steve Tutsie)
194   51156   Point Of No Return (Roger Bowling-Larry Butler-Steve Tutsie)
195   51157   Signs Of Love (Ben Peters)
196   51158   That Want You, Need You, Got To Have You Feelin' (Bobby Springfield)
197   51159   Through The Bottom Of A Glass (Paul Craft)
198   51160   I Hear The South Callin' Me (R. C. Bannon-John Bettis)

MAY 17, 1978, (Session 1); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer; Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY ALLSUP: guitar; JAMES D. 'Jimmy' CAPPS: RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; BILLY R. SANFORD: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; LARRY L. BUTLER: piano; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; WILLIAM D. 'Billy' SHERRILL: unknown

199   51161   Tony's Tank-Up, Drive-In Cafe (Glenn Sutton)
200   51162   Money Trouble And Love (Dick Feller)
201   51163   I'm Just Gettin' By (Jerry Foster-Bill Rice)

MAY 17, 1978, (Session 2); Jack Clement Recording Studios, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer; Larry Butler
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY ALLSUP: guitar; JAMES D. 'Jimmy' CAPPS: RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; BILLY R. SANFORD: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; BOB L. MOORE: bass/leader; MURREY M. 'Buddy' HARMAN, Jr.: drums; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano;

202   51165   Have A Good Time (Felice Bryant-Boudleaux Bryant)
203   51164   World's Greatest Feelin' (Ben Peters)

OCTOBER 9, 1979, (Session 1); Starday Recording Studios, 3557 Dickerson Road, Madison, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Hill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY HILL: guitar/leader; HEARMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly CHALKER: steel guitar; BILLY LINNEMAN: bass; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; D. J. FONTANA: drums; THOMAS B. 'Bunky' KEELS: piano

204   G9449   We've Gone Too Far (Billy Gray-Hank Thompson)
205   G9450   The New Green Light (Hank Thompson)
206   G9451   Smoky The Bar (William Penix-Hank Thompson)
207   G9452   Yesterday's Girl (Billy Gray-Hank Thompson)
208   G9453   Honky Tonk Girl (Chuck Harding- Hank Thompson)
209   G9454   I've Run Out Of Tomorrows (Harry Compton-Vernon Mize- Orville Proctor)

OCTOBER 9, 1979, (Session 2); Starday Recording Studios, 3557 Dickerson Road, Madison, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Hill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY HILL: guitar/leader; HEARMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly CHALKER: steel guitar; ROY M. 'Junior' HUSKEY: bass ; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; D. J. FONTANA: drums; THOMAS B. 'Bunky' KEELS: piano

210   G9455   Don't Take It Out On Me (Hank Thompson)
211   G9456   Anybody's Girl (Billy Gray-Hank Thompson)
212   G9457   Squaws Along The Yukon (Can Smith)
213   G9458   Tears Are Only Rain (Weldon-Allard-John Hatchcock)
214   G9460   Wild Side Of Life (Arlie Carter-Wiliam Warren)

OCTOBER 10, 1979, (Session 1); Starday Recording Studios, 3557 Dickerson Road, Madison, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Hill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY HILL: guitar/leader; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly CHALKER: steel guitar; ROY M. 'Junior' HUSKEY: bass ; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; D. J. FONTANA: drums; THOMAS B. 'Bunky' KEELS: piano

215   G9461   ( I've Got A) Humpty Dumpty Heart (Hank Thompson)
216   G9462   I've Come Awful Close (Ann J. Morton)
217   G9463   Rub-A-Dub-Dub (Hank Thompson)
218   G9464   Who Left The Door To Heaven Open (Betty Duke)
219   G9465   The Blackboard Of My Heart (Lyle Gaston-Hank Thompson)
220   G9469   Wake Up, Irene (Weldon Allard-John Hatchcock)

OCTOBER 10, 1979, (Session 2); Starday Recording Studios, 3557 Dickerson Road, Madison, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Hill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY HILL: guitar/leader; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly CHALKER: steel guitar;
BUDDY LINNEMAN: bass ; NORMAN KEITH 'Buddy' SPICER: fiddle; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; D. J. FONTANA: drums; THOMAS B. 'Bunky' KEELS: piano

221   G9470   On Tap, In The Can, Or In The Bottle (Dick Hart-Hank Thompson)
222   G9471   The Older The Violin, The Sweeter The Music (Curly Putman)
223   G9472   Cab Driver (Carson Parks)
224   G9466   Whoa Sailor (Hank Thompson)
225   G9467  A Six Pack To Go (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart-Johnny Lowe)

OCTOBER 10, 1979, (Session 3); Starday Recording Studios, 3557 Dickerson Road, Madison, Tennessee; Producer: Tommy Hill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; TOMMY HILL: guitar/leader; HERMAN BLAND 'Pete' WADE: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; HAROLD LEE 'Curly CHALKER: steel guitar; BUDDY LINNEMAN: bass ; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; D. J. FONTANA: drums; THOMAS B. 'Bunky' KEELS: piano

226   G9468  Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
227   G9459  Today (Hank Thompson)

MARCH 17 & 18, 1980, Jack Clement Studio, 3102 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Larry Butler-Steve
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; JAMES D. 'Jimmy' CAPPS: guitar; RAYMOND Q. 'Ray' EDENTON: guitar; BILLY R. SANFORD: guitar; PETE L. RODIS DRAKE: steel guitar; TOMMY D. ALLSUP: bass; BOB L. MOORE: bass; TOMMY WILLIAMS: fiddle; JERRY K. CARRIGAN: drums; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; THE SHELDON KURLAND STRINGS: strings; JAMES E. CASON, WENDELLYN 'Windy' SUITS, DIANE S. TIDWELL; BERGEN D. WHITE: vocal chorus

228   MC10203   Take Me Back To Tulsa (Tommy Duncan-Bob Wills)
229   MC10204   Gettin' Down, Gettin' Together, Gettin' In Love (Sonny Throckmorton)
230   MC 10205   Texans And Okies (C. B. Carter)
231   MC10206   Rollin' In Your Sweet Sunshine (Bob Morrison-Jay Harris)
232   MC10207   One Hell Of A Weekend (Ann J. Morton-Polly Bohmfalk)
233   MC10208   You're Poppin' Tops (Stacy Fenley)
234   MC10209   Star Of The Starlight Saloon (Jim Moody)
235   MC10210   The King Of Western Swing (Ken McDuffie)
236   MC10211   A Little More Country (Dennis Linde)
237   MC10212   If I Were In Your Shoes (Johnny Ewtah)

AUGUST 19,20 & 21, 1981, Sunset West Studio, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Producers: Hank Thompson & Pete Nichols
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; JIMMY BYFIELD: guitar/backing vocals; CAL FREEMAN: steel guitar; ROBERT B. 'Bob' WHITE: steel guitar; JUNIOR PRUNEDA: bass; AMOS LEE HEDRICK: fiddle; JULIAN FRANKLIN 'Curly' LEWIS: fiddle/guitar; CHUCK BROWNING: percussion/backing vocals; RANDY 'Panda' WOOLERY: drums; BILL RICE: piano; GLENN RHEES: saxophone; DUBERT RAY DOBSON: trumpet; DEBBIE CAMPBELL: backing vocals

238   Pistol Packing Mama (Al Dexter)
239   Driving Nails In My Coffin (Jerry Irby)
240   Whatever Happened To Mary (Hank Thompson)
241   The Convict And The Rose (Roy Stone-Robert Wise)
242   All That Goes Up (Hank Thompson)
243   Big Boat Across Oklahoma (Hank Thompson-William Penix)
244   Cocaine Blues (Luke Jordan)
245   Drop Me Gently (So My Heart Won't Break) (Hank Thompson - Dorothy Thompson)
246   Shame On You (Spade Cooley)
247   Rockin' In The Congo (Hank Thompson)
248   Stars And Stripes On Iwo Jima (Bob Wills-Cliff Johnson)
249   Take The 'A' Train (Billy Strayhorn)

MARCH 10, 1983, The Music Mill, 1710 Roy Acuff Place, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Joe Bob Barnhill
HANK THOMPSON: vocal/guitar; HAROLD RAY BRADLEY: guitar/leader; PETE BORDONALI: guitar; ODELL MARTIN: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; HAROLD 'Hal' RUGG: steel guitar; JACK ROSS: bass; CLYDE BROOKS: drums; BRUCE WATKINS: fiddle ; TOMMY COGBILL: fiddle; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; JAMES WHITING; keyboards; THE CAROL LEE SINGERS: vocal chorus

250   Hello Request Line (unknown) (unisued)
251   Let's Stop What We Started (unknown)
252   Honey's Mobile Love Repair (unknown) (unissued)
253   Always A Lady (unknown) (unissued)
254   I Woke Up With A Few (unknown) (unissued)
255   Rainy Days And Whiskey Nights (Don Miller-Ron Birman) (unissued)
256   Once In A blue Moon (Marc Rossi)

MARCH 17 & 18, 1986, The Reflections, 2741 Larmon Drive, Nashville, Tennessee; Producer: Joe Bob Barnhill
HANK THOMPSON; vocal/guitar; George Strait; duet vocal on A Six Pack To Go;JOE BOB BARNHILL: guitar; GREGG GALBRAITH: guitar; PAUL T. YANDELL: guitar; HAROLD 'Hal' RUGG: steel guitar/dobro; JACK ROSS; bass; HUBERT 'Hoot' HESTER: fiddle; MARK O'CONNER: fiddle; CLYDE BROOKS: drums ; HARGUS M. 'Pig' ROBBINS: piano; JAMES WHITING: keyboards; MARCY CATES, MARGIE CATES, WADE McCURDY: vocal chorus

257   MC20992   A Six Pack To Go - Duet with George Strait (Hank Thompson-Dick Hart-Johnny Lowe)
258   MC20993   The Wild Side Of Life (William Warren-Arlie Carter)
259   MC20994   Oklahoma Hills (Jack Guthrie-Woody Guthrie)
260   MC20995   Breakin' The Rules (Billy Gray-Al Blasingame- Hank Thompson)
261   MC20996   Blondes With No Last Name (Joe Bob Barnhill-Ray Hawthorne)
262   MC20997   Walkin' On New Grass (Ray Pennington)
263   MC20998   Pick Pocket (Byron Hill-Mike Dekle)
264   MC20999  Honky Tonk Good Ole Gals And Hillbilly Bands Ray Hawthorne)
265   MC21000   I Let My Heart Do The Talking For Me (Marc Rossi)
266   MC21001   Swingin' Side Of Them Swingin' Doors (David Cooper Gillion - James Marshall)

September 27, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Vince Gill: Lead vocals; Bobby Garrett; steel guitar; Billy Thomas: drums; Gerald Jones: rhythm acoustic guitar; David Spicher: upright bass; Hargus “Pig” Robbins: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Jeff Gurnsey: fiddle; Robert Bowlin: fiddle.

001 A Six Pack To Go – Duet with Vince Gill (Hank Thompson)

September 27, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Wylie Gustafson and Billy Thomas: back-up vocals; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Billy Thomas: drums; Gerald Jones: rhythm guitar; Buddy Mohmed: electric guitar; Hargus “Pig“ Robbins: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Jeff Gurnsey: fiddle; Robert Bowlin: fiddle.

002  Sobering Up (Hank Thompson)

September 28, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Bekka Bramlett; Lead vocals; David Briggs: Hammond B3 organ; Larry Byrom: electric lead guitar; Billy Thomas: drums; Buddy Mohmed: electric bass; Pete Wasner: piano; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Thom Bresh: electric rhythm guitar; Leonardo “Flaco” Jimenez: diatonic button accordion.

003  I Picked A San Antonio Rose – Duet with Bekka Bramlett (James Dean)

November 6, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Marty Stuart: Lead vocals and electric mandolin; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Eddie Bayers: drums; David Hungate: upright bass; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Buddy Spicher: fiddle; Robert Bowlin: fiddle; Billy Contreras: fiddle.

004   Green Light – Duet with Marty Stuart (Hank Thompson)

November 6, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals and guitar; Wylie Gustafson and Billy Thomas: back-up vocals; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Reggie Young: electric guitar; Bill Millet: rhythm acoustic guitar; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Eddie Bayers: drums; David Hungate: upright bass and tic tac bass guitar; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Buddy Spicher: fiddle; Robert Bowlin: fiddle.

005   I'll Still Be Here Tomorrow (Hank Thompson)

November 6, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Lyle Lovett: Lead vocals; Reggie Young: electric guitar; Robert Bowlin: rhythm acoustic guitar and fiddle; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Eddie Bayers: drums; David Hungate: upright bass, mixed trumpet, and trombone; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Buddy Spicher: fiddle.

006   Total Stranger – Duet with Lyle Lovett (Hank Thompson)

November 7, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: lead vocals; David Ball: Lead vocals and rhythm acoustic guitar; Reggie Young: electric guitar; Robert Bowlin: rhythm acoustic guitar and fiddle; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Eddie Bayers: drums; David Hungate: upright bass; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Buddy Spicher: viola.

007   Get The Hell Out Of Dodge – Duet with David Ball (W. Hyatt and A. Randall)

November 12, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer:Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; George Jones: Lead vocals; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Billy Thomas: drums; Buddy Mohmed: upright bass; Pete Wasner: piano; Thom Bresh: Travis-style guitar; Randy Kohrs: dobro

008 Hey George, Hey Hank – Duet with George Jones (Hank Thompson)

December 17, 1996, Sound Emporium, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead Vocals; Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn: Lead vocals; Reggie Young: electric lead and rhythm guitars; Robert Bowlin: rhythm acoustic guitar and fiddle; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Bobby Garrett: steel guitar; Eddie Bayers: drums; David Hungate: electric bass; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Buddy Spicher: viola.

009   Hooked On Honky Tonk – Duet with Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn (Wylie Gustafson)

March 4, 1997 Curb Studios, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals and guitar; Junior Brown: Lead vocals and Guitsteel; Tanya Rae Brown: Rhythm acoustic guitar; George Rains: Snare drum; Steve Layne: Upright bass; Mark T. Jordan: Piano; Randy Kohrs: Lap steel guitar; Thom Bresh: Rhythm Acoustic guitar; Rick Will, Bill Millet, Mark Ralston, Randy Kohrs: hand claps

010 Gotta' Sell Them Chickens – Duet with Junior Brown (Hank Thompson)

May 14, 1997, Delaney's Rock N' Roll Ranch Studio, Los Angeles, Ca. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead Vocals; Delaney Bramlett: Lead vocals, back-up vocals, and National Steel body dobro: Bonnie Sheridan: Lead vocals and back-up vocals; Kim Carmel: back-up vocals; Dennis Morgan: electric and acoustic guitars; David Rowen: drums; Bob Gross: electric bass; Don Randi: piano

011   Dry Bread – Duet with Delaney(Bramlett) and Bonnie(Sheridan) (Traditional)

June 11, 1997, Dream Street Studio, Nashville, Tn. Producer: Bill Millet
Hank Thompson: Lead vocals; Kitty Wells and Tanya Tucker: Lead vocals; Dennis Morgan: rhythm acoustic guitar; Bill Millet: rhythm acoustic guitar; Thom Bresh: Travis-style electric guitar; Ron blakley: stand-up steel guitar; Tom Lewis: drums; Jay Weaver: upright bass; Mark T. Jordan: piano; Buddy Spicher; fiddle; Jimmy Clark: fiddle; Robert Bowlin: fiddle

012   The Wild Side Of Life/ It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels – Duet with Kitty Wells and Tanya Tucker (William Warren and Arlie A. Carter/Joseph Miller)

August 18, 1997 On location, Waxahachie, Tx. Director: Jim Gerik
Hank Thompson: Lead Vocals and guitar; Junior Brown: Lead vocals and Guitsteel; Tanya Rae Brown: Rhythm acoustic guitar; George Rains: Snare drum; Steve Layne: Upright bass; Mark T. Jordan: Piano; Randy Kohrs: Lap steel guitar; Thom Bresh: Rhythm Acoustic guitar.

001   Video – Gotta' Sell Them Chickens- Duet with Junior Brown (Hank Thompson)

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March 28,2000, Crystal Clear Recording Studio, 4902 Don Drive, Dallas, Tx. Producer: Lloyd Maines
Hank Thompson: lead vocal and guitar; George Utmore: fiddle; Billy Mcbay: fiddle; Gary Hogue: steel guitar; Thom Bresh: lead guitar; Ronnie Ellis: upright bass; Mark Jordan: keyboard; Gene Glover: drums; Eduardo Lopez: accordion; Terri Hendrix and Lisa Stricklan: back-up vocals.

001   In The Jailhouse Now (Jimmie Rodgers)
002   Wreck Of Old '97 (Traditional, arranged by Hank Thompson)
003   The Night Miss Nancy Ann's Hotel For Single Girls Burned Down (Dick Feller)
004   Triflin' Gal (Cindy Walker)

March 29,2000, Crystal Clear Recording Studio, 4902 Don Drive, Dallas, Tx. Producer: Lloyd Maines
Hank Thompson: lead vocal and guitar; George Utmore: fiddle; Billy Mcbay: fiddle; Gary Hogue: steel guitar; Thom Bresh: lead guitar; Ronnie Ellis: upright bass; Mark Jordan: keyboard; Gene Glover: drums; Eduardo Lopez: accordion; Terri Hendrix and Lisa Stricklan: back-up vocals.

005   Dinner For One, Please James (Michael Carr)
006   Sting In This Ole Bee (Joe Nelson and Hank Thompson)
007   New Wine In Old Bottles (Ann Tyrant and Hank Thompson)
008   I'll Start Believing In You (Hank Thompson)
009   Medicine Man (Hank Thompson)

March 30,2000, Crystal Clear Recording Studio, 4902 Don Drive, Dallas, Tx. Producer: Lloyd Maines
Hank Thompson:Lead vocal and guitar; George Utmore: fiddle; Billy Mcbay: fiddle; Gary Hogue: steel guitar; Thom Bresh: lead guitar; Ronnie Ellis: upright bass; Mark Jordan: keyboard; Gene Glover: drums; Eduardo Lopez: accordion; Terri Hendrix and Lisa Stricklan: back-up vocals.

010   Condo In Hondo (Hank Thompson)
011   Scotch And Soda (Dave Guard)
012   Abdul Abulbul Amir (Traditional, arranged by Hank Thompson)
013   Lobo The Hobo (Hank Thompson)

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