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HANK WILLIAMS' RELEASED RECORDINGS/SONGS, Pt. 2:

LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track C4) - Track 8 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. incl. piano overdubbed - stereo)
(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 11 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
LEAVE ME ALONE WITH THE BLUES (Joe Pope) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 6 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LEAVE ME ALONE WITH THE BLUES (Joe Pope) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
LET THE SPIRIT DESCEND (J.M.Purdom) (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Opry Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 10)
LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11202) - Track 9 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
LITTLE PAPER BOY (Jim Anglin/Johnny Wright) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 823 695) - Track 12 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOG TRAIN, The (Hank Williams) (Dec 3 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Time-Life TLCW-01 - track F6) - Track 20 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LONELY TOMBS #1 (John Ellis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25570-D) Track 20 on Disc 3
LONELY TOMBS #2 (John Ellis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 18 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25573-D) Track 9 on Disc 6
LONELY TOMBS #3 (John Ellis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 15 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25580-D) Track 25 on Disc 13
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 21 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. & string section overdubbed - stereo)
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #2 (Hank Williams) (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 17 on Disc 9)
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #3 (Hank Williams) (Jun 10 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show (MGM 15019) - Track 7 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 4 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25573-D) Track 7 on Disc 6
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #5 (Hank Williams) (Jul 05 1952)- from Grand Ole Opry Show (Mercury 546 466-2 - Track 21 on Disc 1)
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #6 (Hank Williams) (Jul 13 1952) - Live, Sunset Park, PA (Time-Life) - Track 16
LORD, BUILD ME A CABIN IN THE CORNER OF GLORYLAND (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 3 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 25265-D) Track 3, (Time-Life 17039/25568-D) Track 9 on Disc 1
LOST HIGHWAY #1 (Leon Payne) (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 6 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOST HIGHWAY #1 (Leon Payne) (Mar 1 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
LOST HIGHWAY #1 (Leon Payne) (Mar 1 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
LOST HIGHWAY #2 (Leon Payne) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.4
LOST HIGHWAY #3 (Leon Payne) (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 9)
LOST ON THE RIVER #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A4) - Track 16 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOST ON THE RIVER #2 (Hank Williams) (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording - with Audrey Williams (MGM 10434) - Track 4 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOVESICK BLUES #1 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Dec 22, 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10352) - Track 3 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOVESICK BLUES #1 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Dec 22, 1948) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
LOVESICK BLUES #1 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. & string section overdubbed - stereo)
LOVESICK BLUES #3 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jun 18 1949) - from AFRS Opry Show #80 (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 10)
LOVESICK BLUES #4 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.1
LOVESICK BLUES #5 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.6
LOVESICK BLUES #6 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Nov. 16, 1949) - from the AFRS Opry Show, Frankfurt Rhein-Main AFB, Germany
LOVESICK BLUES #7 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Feb. 1950) - from the Naughton Farms Garden Spot Program - Show #4 (Omnivore - rel. 2014)
LOVESICK BLUES #8 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Feb. 18, 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show #116
LOVESICK BLUES #9 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Feb. 1950) - from the Naughton Farms Garden Spot Program - Show #9 (Omnivore - rel. 2014)
LOVESICK BLUES #10 (partly as intro) (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Dec., 1950) - from March of Dimes transcription 1951
LOVESICK BLUES #11 - #82 (partly as intro/outro) (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25568-D - 25581-D)
LOVESICK BLUES #81 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Apr. 25, 1952) - Live, Niagara Falls, NY (Time-Life) - Track 09
LOVESICK BLUES #82 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jul. 13, 1952) - Live, Sunset Park, PA - Track 19
LOW AND LONELY (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80025-D) Track 16 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25578-D) Track 7 on Disc 11
LOW DOWN BLUES (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track B6) - Track 5 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
LOW DOWN BLUES (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed with The Drifting Cowboys in 1953)
LOW DOWN BLUES (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)

MANSION ON THE HILL, A #1 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10328) - Track 22 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MANSION ON THE HILL, A #1 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Nov 7 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MANSION ON THE HILL, A #1 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Nov 7 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr., & string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MANSION ON THE HILL, A #2 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.5
MANSION ON THE HILL, A #4 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Feb. 1950) - from the Naughton Farms Garden Spot Program - Show #4 (Omnivore - rel. 2014)
MANSION ON THE HILL, A #5 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 8 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25568-D) Track 23 on Disc 1
MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10609) - Track 7 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr., & string section overdubbed - stereo)
MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE #2 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 16 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25570-D) Track 2 on Disc 3
MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE #3 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25574-D) Track 7 on Disc 7
MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Hank Williams) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10932) - Track 13 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Hank Williams) (Dec 21 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Hank Williams) (Dec 21 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MESSAGE TO MY MOTHER (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 634-1 Y-2 - track C5) - Track 10 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 11 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #3 (Hank Williams) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.7
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #4 (Hank Williams) (Feb. 1950) - from the Naughton Farms Garden Spot Program - Show #9 (Omnivore - rel. 2014)
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 10 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track 12 on Disc 4
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #6 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 12 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25578-D) Track 12 on Disc 11
MOANIN' THE BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 7 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MOANIN' THE BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MOANIN' THE BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MOANIN' THE BLUES #2 (Hank Williams) (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show (MGM 15019) - Track 10 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MOANIN' THE BLUES #3 (Hank Williams) (Dec., 1950) - from March of Dimes Show - transcription ET 16" YTNY 14217
MOANIN' THE BLUES #4 (Hank Williams) (Jan 06, 1951) - from the AFRS Opry Show #158 (Mercury 546 466-2 - Track 7 on Disc 1)
MOANIN' THE BLUES #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25573-D) Track 18 on Disc 6
MOANIN' THE BLUES #6 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 9 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 12 on Disc 10
MOTHER IS GONE #1 (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (Arhoolie EP 548)
MOTHER IS GONE #2 (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A6) - Track 10 on Disc 5 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MOTHER IS GONE #3 (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - overdub - slight melodic diff. (MGM E-3955)
MOTHER'S BEST THEME SONG #1 - #75 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25568-D - 25581-D)
MOVE IT ON OVER #1 (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 9 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MOVE IT ON OVER #1 (Hank Williams) (Apr 21, 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MOVE IT ON OVER #1 (Hank Williams) (Apr 21, 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. & string section overdubbed - stereo)
MOVE IT ON OVER #2 (Hank Williams) (Nov 18, 1949) - from the AFRS Opry Show, Titania Palast, Berlin, Germany (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 2 on Disc 10)
MOVE IT ON OVER #3 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 2 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25569-D) Track 12 on Disc 2
MOVE IT ON OVER #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25572-D) Track 2 on Disc 5
MOVE IT ON OVER #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25576-D) Track 7 on Disc 9
MY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT #1 (Clarence Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (acetate) - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 19 on Disc 2)
MY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT #2 (Clarence Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10560) - Track 20 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT #2 (Clarence Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. & string section overdubbed - stereo)
MY HEART WOULD KNOW (Hank Williams) (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11000) - Track 17 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY HEART WOULD KNOW (Hank Williams) (Mar 16 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MY HEART WOULD KNOW (Hank Williams) (Mar 16 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MY LOVE FOR YOU (HAS TURNED TO HATE) (Hank Williams) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 208) - Track 6 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY LOVE FOR YOU (HAS TURNED TO HATE) (Hank Williams) (Feb 13 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MY MAIN TRIAL IS YET TO COME (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams")
MY MAIN TRIAL IS YET TO COME (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, but dubbed - Time Life TLCW-01/3 (1981)
MY SON CALLS ANOTHER MAN DADDY #1 (Hank Williams/Jewell House) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (Polydor 823 695) - Track 13 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY SON CALLS ANOTHER MAN DADDY #2 (Hank Williams/Jewell House) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 24 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY SON CALLS ANOTHER MAN DADDY #2 (Hank Williams/Jewell House) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #1 (Hank Williams) (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 20 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #1 (Hank Williams) (Nov 7 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #1 (Hank Williams) (Nov 7 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #2 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track 7 on Disc 4
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #3 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25575-D) Track 12 on Disc 8
MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 13 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25578-D) Track 22 on Disc 11

'NEATH A COLD GRAY TOMB OF STONE #1 (Hank Williams/Mel Foree) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - with band (Polydor 827 531) - Track 20 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
'NEATH A COLD GRAY TOMB OF STONE #2 (Hank Williams/Mel Foree) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B3) - Track 14 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NEVER AGAIN (WILL I KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR) (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 201) - Track 2 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NEVER AGAIN (WILL I KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR) (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
NEXT SUNDAY, DARLING, IS MY BIRTHDAY (S. Nathan/A. Smith) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80025-D) Track 10 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25574-D) Track 12 on Disc 7
NO, NO, JOE (Fred Rose) (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10806) - Track 9 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NO, NOT NOW (Hank Williams/Mel Foree/Curley Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - with Curley Williams (Polydor 2391-519 (UK) - track A8) - Track 22 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW (Mel Foree/Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 22 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW (Mel Foree/Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 6 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #2 (Hank Williams) (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show (MGM 15019) - Track 11 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #3 (Hank Williams) (Jan 06 1951) - from the AFRS Opry Show #158 (Mercury 546 466-2 - Track 8 on Disc 1)
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 14 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25568-D) Track 12 on Disc 1
NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25569-D) Track 2 on Disc 2

OLD COUNTRY CHURCH, The #1 (W.S.Stevenson o.b.o. John Whitfield Vaughn) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80024-D), (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 15 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25576-D) Track 4 on Disc 9
OLD COUNTRY CHURCH, The #2 (W.S.Stevenson o.b.o. John Whitfield Vaughn) (Apr 5 1952) - from the AFRS Show #223 - with "Little" Jimmy Dickens (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D4) - Track 18 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
OLD HOME, The - b (Jackie Earls) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 13 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD PONTCHARTRAIN #1 (Hank Williams/Ramona Vincent) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10073) - Track 15 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD PONTCHARTRAIN #1 (Hank Williams/Ramona Vincent) (Aug 4 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD PONTCHARTRAIN #2 (Hank Williams/Ramona Vincent) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80025-D) Track 15 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track 2 on Disc 4
ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY (Traditional) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 2, (Time-Life 80025-D) Track 7 on Disc 1, (Reader's Digest) Disc 4, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 7 on Disc 10

PALE HORSE AND HIS RIDER, The #1 (Ervin Staggs/Johnny Bailes) (Mar 23 1951) - studio recording - with Audrey Williams (MGM 12394) - Track 18 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PALE HORSE AND HIS RIDER, The #2 (Ervin Staggs/Johnny Bailes) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 18 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25578-D) Track 19 on Disc 11
PAN AMERICAN #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 1946) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A5) - Track 15 on Disc 5 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PAN AMERICAN #2 (Hank Williams) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 210) - Track 8 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PAN AMERICAN #2 (Hank Williams) (Feb 13 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
PAN AMERICAN #3 (Hank Williams) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.6
PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) - Track 21 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE #2 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 1 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25575-D) Track 2 on Disc 8
PINS AND NEEDLES (IN MY HEART) (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 8, (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 13 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25570-D) Track 13 on Disc 3
PLEASE DON'T LET ME LOVE YOU (Ralph Jones) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 11928) - Track 3 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PLEASE DON'T LET ME LOVE YOU (Ralph Jones) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
PLEASE MAKE UP YOUR MIND (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11309) - Track 17 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PLEASE MAKE UP YOUR MIND (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
PRECIOUS LORD, TAKE MY HAND (Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80025-D) Track 5 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25581-D) Track 4 on Disc 14
PRODIGAL SON, THE #1 (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3850)
PRODIGAL SON, THE #2 (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.5 (Polydor 831 633-1) - Track 23 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
PRODIGAL SON, THE #2 (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (Oct 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
PRODIGAL SON, THE #3 (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 13, (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 3 on Disc 2, (Reader's Digest) Disc 4, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 9 on Disc 10

RAMBLIN' MAN (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) and reissued as Hank Williams (MGM 11479) - Track 20 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
RAMBLIN' MAN (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
RAMBLIN' MAN (Hank Williams) (Jun 1 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
READY TO GO HOME (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833752, released 1987) - Track 14 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
READY TO GO HOME (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with verse 2 also dubbed in between verse 3 and 4) (Louisiana Hayride LP-973, bootleg released 1984)
READY TO GO HOME (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
READY TO GO HOME (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. incl. piano overdubbed - stereo)
ROCK MY CRADLE ONCE AGAIN (Johnny Bond/Billy Folger) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D3) - Track 18 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
ROCK MY CRADLE ONCE AGAIN (Johnny Bond/Billy Folger) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
ROCKIN' CHAIR MONEY (Lonnie Glosson/Bill Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 7)
ROCKIN' CHAIR MONEY (Lonnie Glosson/Bill Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
ROLY POLY (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 7)
ROLY POLY (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
ROOTIE TOOTIE (Fred Rose) (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 16 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
ROOTIE TOOTIE (Fred Rose) (Nov 6 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)

SALLY GOODIN' (Traditional) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions - the band, Hank & Louie Buck (vcl.) (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track 19 on Disc 4
SAN ANTONIO ROSE (Bob Wills) (Late 1940) - pseudo radio station recording (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 3 on Disc 5)
SEAMAN'S BLUES, The (Ernest Tubb/Talmadge Tubb) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 2 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25569-D) Track 17 on Disc 2
SEARCHING FOR A SOLDIER'S GRAVE (Roy Acuff) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 9, (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 9 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25579-D) Track 24 on Disc 12
SETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE #1 (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 12 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE #1 (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Jun 13 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
SETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE #1 (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Jun 13 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
SINGING WATERFALL #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12332) - Track 18 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SINGING WATERFALL #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
SINGING WATERFALL #2 (Hank Williams) - demo - alternate inferior in lyrics (CMF-007 - track B5)
SIX MORE MILES (TO THE GRAVEYARD)(Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10271) - Track 12 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SIX MORE MILES (TO THE GRAVEYARD) (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
SOFTLY AND TENDERLY (Will L. Thompson) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 6, (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 11 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25580-D) Track 4 on Disc13
SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12077) - Track 13 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
SOMETHING GOT A HOLD OF ME #1 (A.P.Carter) (unknown date) - radio performance - with Audrey Williams (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track C5) - Track 25 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SOMETHING GOT A HOLD OF ME #2 (A.P.Carter) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions - with Audrey Williams (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 11 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25569-D) Track 19 on Disc 2
SOMETHING GOT A HOLD OF ME #3 (A.P.Carter) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions - with Audrey Williams (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track24 on Disc 4
ST. LOUIS BLUES (W. C. Handy) - (Time-Life 17258) Track 5 on Disc 3
STARS IN HER EYES (a series of songs) #1 (1951) - from Health Dep. Nationwide campaign agains VD (Time-Life 17039/25582-D) Track 7 on Disc 15
SUNDOWN AND SORROW - b (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 11 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
SWING WIDE YOUR GATE OF LOVE (Hank Thompson) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 9 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams")
SWING WIDE YOUR GATE OF LOVE (Hank Thompson) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)

Medley: STEAL AWAY/FUNERAL, The #2 (words, Public Domain; music, Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 11 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25578-D) Track 9 on Disc 11

TAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART (Fred Rose/Hy Heath) (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11479) - Track 21 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
TAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART (Fred Rose/Hy Heath) (Sep 23 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 749) - Track 4 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with Hank's voice is sped up slightly to "sweeten" the sound and with additional instr. overdubbed with The Drifting Cowboys in 1953. Very diff. from later dubs). MGM 12029
TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. incl. piano overdubbed - stereo)
TEN LITTLE NUMBERS (Juanita Acuff) (Summer 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 8)
TENNESSEE BORDER #1 (Jimmie Work) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 3 on Disc 7)
TENNESSEE BORDER #1 (Jimmie Work) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
TENNESSEE BORDER #2 (Jimmie Work) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 10, (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 14 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25574-D) Track 17 on Disc 7
THANK GOD (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12127) - Track 17 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THANK GOD (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 2 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 22 1948) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 22 1948) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT #2 (Hank Williams) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.5
THERE'S A TEAR IN MY BEER (Hank Williams) (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 847 194) - Track 1 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES (Fred Rose/Zeb Turner)(Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12244) - Track 4 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES (Fred Rose/Zeb Turner) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY #1 (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B4) - Track 8 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY #2 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 7, (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 15 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25576-D) Track 22 on Disc 9
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #1 (Leon Payne) (Jun 14 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 5 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #1 (Leon Payne) (Jun 14 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #1 (Leon Payne) (Jun 14 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #2 (Leon Payne) (Aug 4 1950) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 20 on Disc 9)
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #3 (Leon Payne) (Aug 12 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show #139 (MGM 15019) - Track 6 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME #4 (Leon Payne) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 11 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25570-D) Track 7 on Disc 3
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER (McLeod) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24587), (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 10 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 4 on Disc 10
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE #1 (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.8
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE #2 (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (MGM 12185) - Track 7 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE #2 (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE #3 (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 11, (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 6 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25576-D) Track 9 on Disc 9
TIME HAS PROVEN I WAS WRONG (Hank Williams/Mel Foree/Curley Williams) (Fall 1948) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - with Curley Williams (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 21 on Disc 7)
TOO MANY PARTIES AND TOO MANY PALS (Billy Rose/Mort Dixon/Ray Henderson) (Jan 10 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10718) - Track 1 on Disc 3 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
TOO MANY PARTIES AND TOO MANY PALS (Billy Rose/Mort Dixon/Ray Henderson) (Jan 10 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
TRAMP ON THE STREET, A #2 (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.2 (MGM E-4109) - Track 19 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
TRAMP ON THE STREET, A #2 (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole) (Oct 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)

WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #1 (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 7)
WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #1 (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed, but without intro)
WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #1 (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #2 (Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25570-D) Track 9 on Disc 3
WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #3 (Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80024-D), (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 16 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25576-D) Track 24 on Disc 9
WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE #4 (Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25579-D) Track 9 on Disc 12
WALTZ OF THE WIND, The (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 6 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WALTZ OF THE WIND, The (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949 - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 7 on Disc 7)
WE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
WE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. incl. piano overdubbed - stereo)
WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY #1 (Hank Williams) (Spring 1949) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 12 on Disc 5)
WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY #1 (Hank Williams) (Spring 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed with The Drifting Cowboys in 1953)
WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY #2 (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1949) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track C5) - Track 19 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec. 1946) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track B3) - Track 16 on Disc 5 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL #2 (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 3 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL #2 (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WEARING OUT YOUR WALKING SHOES #1 (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 752) - Track 6 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEARING OUT YOUR WALKING SHOES #2 (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1950) - demo - overdub version with diff. lyrics (MGM E/SE-3955)
WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D2) - Track 11 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed with The Drifting Cowboys in 1953)
WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WEDDING BELLS #1 (Claude Boone) (Mar 20 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10401) - Track 14 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WEDDING BELLS #1 (Claude Boone) (Mar 20 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WEDDING BELLS #1 (Claude Boone) (Mar 20 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
WEDDING BELLS #2 (Claude Boone) (Jun 18 1949) - from the AFRS Opry Show #80 (Mercury 546 466-2 - Track 2 on Disc 1)
WEDDING BELLS #3 (Claude Boone) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.1
WEDDING BELLS #4 (Claude Boone) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.7
WEDDING BELLS #5 (Claude Boone) (Feb. 1950) - from the Naughton Farms Garden Spot Program - Show #11 (Omnivore - rel. 2014)
WEDDING BELLS #6 (Claude Boone) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80024-D) Track 9 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25572-D) Track 17 on Disc 5
WEDDING BELLS #7 (Claude Boone) - from the AFRS Show
WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 4 on Disc 1 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS #1 (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1946) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS #2 (Hank Williams) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.3
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART #1 (Cleavant Derricks) (Dec., 1950) - from the March Of Dimes Show - with band (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D5) - Track 19 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART #2 (Cleavant Derricks) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25568-D) Track 20 on Disc 1
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART #3 (Cleavant Derricks) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80024-D), (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 5 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track14 on Disc 4
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART #4 (Cleavant Derricks) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25572-D) Track 14 on Disc 5
WHEN THE BOOK OF LIFE IS READ (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track B3) - Track 7 on Disc 9 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHEN THE BOOK OF LIFE IS READ (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1951) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WHEN THE FIRE COMES DOWN FROM HEAVEN (M. Estes/J. W. Fowler/T. Harrell/P. Kinsey) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 17 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25575-D) Track 9 on Disc 8
WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN (Traditional) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80023-D) Track 14, (Time-Life 80024-D), (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 7 on Disc 3, (Reader's Digest) Disc 4, (Time-Life 17039/25580-D) Track 14 on Disc 13
WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OF BREAKING OTHER'S HEARTS (Hank Williams/Curley Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM E-3955) - Track 23 on Disc 7 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OF BREAKING OTHER'S HEARTS (Hank Williams/Curley Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed)
WHERE HE LEADS ME, I WILL FOLLOW (Ernest W. Blady/John Norris) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80024-D), (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 5 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 19 on Disc 10
WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS #1 (Jimmie Davis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25568-D) Track 2 on Disc 1
WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS #2 (Jimmie Davis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 2 on Disc 10
WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS #3 (Jimmie Davis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 3 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25577-D) Track 17 on Disc 10
WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES #1 (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.1 - with Audrey Williams (MGM E-3999) - Track 22 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES #2 (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions - with Audrey Williams (Time-Life 17039/25571-D) Track 9 on Disc 4
WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES #3 (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions - with Audrey Williams & the band (Time-Life 17039/25572-D) Track 19 on Disc 5
WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES #4 (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 12 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25575-D) Track 14 on Disc 8
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10696) - Track 22 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #2 (Hank Williams) (Jun 10 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 10)
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #3 (Hank Williams) (Aug 12 1950) - from the AFRS Opry Show #139
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 24922-D) Track 7 on Disc 1, (Time-Life 17039/25572-D) Track 22 on Disc 5
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Aunt Jemima's Pancake Mix radio show #1 (Time-Life 17039/25582-D) Track 2 on Disc 15
WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME #6 (Hank Williams) (Apr. 25, 1952) - Live, Niagara Falls, NY (Time-Life) Track 04
WHY SHOULD I CRY (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A2) - Track 7 on Disc 5 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 23 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jan 9 1950) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE #2 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80026-D) Track 14 on Disc 2, (Time-Life 17039/25573-D) Track 2 on Disc 6
WILD SIDE OF LIFE (Arlie A. Carter/William Warren) (Apr 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 9)
WINDOW SHOPPING #1 (Marcel Joseph) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11283) - Track 10 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WINDOW SHOPPING #1 (Marcel Joseph) (Jun 13 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WINDOW SHOPPING #1 (Marcel Joseph) (Jun 13 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
WINDOW SHOPPING #2 (Marcel Joseph) - from Grand Ole Opry Show (Mercury 546 466-2 - Track 20 on Disc 1)
WITH TEARS IN MY EYES (Paul Howard) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 16 on Disc 6 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
WITH TEARS IN MY EYES (Paul Howard) (Jan/May 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
WON'T YOU SOMETIMES THINK OF ME (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A1) - Track 6 on Disc 5 of "The Complete Hank Williams"

YOU BETTER KEEP IT ON YOUR MIND (Hank Williams/Vic McAlpin) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - with Hank Snow (CMF-006 - track A3) - Track 3 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
YOU BETTER KEEP IT ON YOUR MIND (Hank Williams/Vic McAlpin) (Ca. 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed with The Drifting Cowboys in 1953)
YOU BLOTTED MY HAPPY SCHOOLDAYS (L. Fields/L. Messer) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions (Time-Life 80027-D) Track 11 on Disc 3, (Time-Life 17039/25579-D) Track 12 on Disc 12
YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART #1 (Hank Williams) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A4)
YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART #2 (Hank Williams) (1947) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 19 on Disc 5)
YOU CAUSED IT ALL BY TELLING LIES (Clyde Moody) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 6)
YOU WIN AGAIN (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 14 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
YOU WIN AGAIN (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
YOU WIN AGAIN (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART #1 (Hank Williams) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A5) - Track 2 on Disc 8 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART #2 (Hank Williams) (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11416) - Track 19 on Disc 4 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART #2 (Hank Williams) (Sep 23 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
YOUR CHEATIN' HEART #2 (Hank Williams) (Sep 23 1952) - (as above, but with additional instr., string section & chorus overdubbed - stereo)
YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) #1 (Hank Williams) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 12 on Disc 2 of "The Complete Hank Williams"
YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) #1(Hank Williams) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - (as above, but with additional instr. overdubbed - stereo)
YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) #2 (Hank Williams) (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.2
YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) #3 (Hank Williams) (Nov 12 1949) - from the AFRS Opry Show #103 (MGM 15019) - Track 3 on Disc 10 of "The Complete Hank Williams"

NOTE: Several of the additional instr. overdubbs was released both as mono & true stereo.

Specially thanks to ALEX FISHER

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DUBBED RECORDINGS OF SPECIAL INTEREST:

HONKY TONK BLUES (Hank Williams) (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

I TOLD A LIE TO MY HEART (Hank Williams) (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (as above, but overdubbed with Willie Nelson)

I WON'T BE HOME NO MORE (Hank Williams) (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

I'M A LONG GONE DADDY (Hank Williams) (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

I'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS WORLD ALIVE (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Hank Williams) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

MOANIN' THE BLUES (Hank Williams) (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams III)

MOVE IT ON OVER (Hank Williams) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)

THERE'S A TEAR IN MY BEER (Hank Williams) (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr.)

WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.1 - with Audrey Williams (as above, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams III)


DUBBED BOOTLEGS OF SPECIAL INTEREST:

The Mother's Best transcriptions was first acquired by Les Leverett, who sold them to Hillous Butrum in 1982. He dubbed and re-mixed many of the songs. In 1997 he sold the accetates and the dubbed/re-mixed material to Legacy Entertainment Group, LLC . The following 40 songs may be from this deal, and was released on 2 bootleg CD's (superb sound quality in stereo) after Legacy lost the court battle against the Hank Williams Estate:

ALABAMA WALTZ, The #2d (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #1-B2
AT THE CROSS #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #11-A2

BEAUTIFUL HOME #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #14-A2
BLIND CHILD'S PRAYER, The #d (Ida B. Mercer) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #1-A1
BLUE EYES CRYING IN THE RAIN #1d (Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #3-B1

CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR #2d (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-A2
CHEROKEE BOOGIE #d (Moon Mullican/Chief William Redbird) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #14-A2

DECK OF CARDS #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #9-A1
DRIFTING TOO FAR FROM THE SHORE #1d (Charles Moody) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #10-A2

FARTHER ALONG #1d (Rev. W. B. Stevens) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #7-A2
FROM JERUSALEM TO JERICHO #d (W. M. Robison) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #14-A1

GREAT JUDGEMENT MORNING, THE #d (Rev. Bert Shaddock/L. L. Pickett) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #14-B1

I CAN'T TELL MY HEART THAT #d (Jim & Jack Anglin/Johnnie Wright) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-B2
I HANG MY HEAD AND CRY #d (Fred Rose/Gene Autry/Ray Whitley) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #11-A2
I HEARD MY SAVIOR CALLING ME #xd (Johnnie Bailes/Z. Clements/M. D. Wright) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #7-A1 or #11-B1
IF I DIDN'T LOVE YOU #d (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #12-A2 - with recitation by Louie Buck
I'LL SAIL MY SHIP ALONE #d (Henry Bernard/Morry Burns/S. Nathan/Henry Thurston) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #14-B2
I'M BOUND FOR THE PROMISED LAND #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-B1
I'VE GOT MY ONE WAY TICKET TO THE SKY #d (Johnnie Bailes/Walter Bailes) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-A1

JUST WHEN I NEEDED YOU #1d (Clyde Baum/Jack Anglin/Johnnie Wright) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #7-A2

LONELY TOMBS #xd (John Ellis) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #5-A2, #158 or Feb. 22, 1951
LORD, BUILD ME A CABIN IN THE CORNER OF GLORYLAND #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #1-B2
LOW AND LONELY #d (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #11-B2

NEXT SUNDAY, DARLING, IS MY BIRTHDAY #d (S. Nathan/A. Smith) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #9-A1

OLD COUNTRY CHURCH, The #1d (W.S.Stevenson o.b.o. John Whitfield Vaughn) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #10-B2
ON TOP OF OLD SMOKY #d (Traditional) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #8-B1

PINS AND NEEDLES (IN MY HEART) #d (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #4-A2
PRECIOUS LORD, TAKE MY HAND #d (Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-B2
PRODIGAL SON, THE #3d (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #8-B1

SEAMAN'S BLUES, The #d (Ernest Tubb/Talmadge Tubb) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #3-A2
SEARCHING FOR A SOLDIER'S GRAVE #d (Roy Acuff) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #12-B2
SOFTLY AND TENDERLY #d (Will L. Thompson) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #13-A2

TENNESSEE BORDER #2d (Jimmie Work) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #9-A2
THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY #2d (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #7-B2
THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER #d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #8-A2

WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART #xd (Cleavant Derricks) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #1-A1, 4-B1 or 6-A2
WHEN THE FIRE COMES DOWN FROM HEAVEN #d (M. Estes/J. W. Fowler/T. Harrell/P. Kinsey) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #9-B2
WHERE HE LEADS ME, I WILL FOLLOW #d (Ernest W. Blady/John Norris) (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #12-A1
WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS #2d (1951) - from Mother's Best Flour transcriptions #8-A2


HANK WILLIAMS' UNRELEASED RECORDINGS/SONGS:

BABY WE'RE REALLY IN LOVE #1 (Hank Williams) (Jul 25 1951) - studio recording, lost
BENEATH THAT LONELY MOUND OF CLAY (Roy Acuff) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
BLUE EYES CRYING IN THE RAIN #2 (Fred Rose) - contains an extra verse - no details

COLD, COLD HEART #9 (Hank Williams) (Apr 23 1952) - from the Kate Smith Evening Hour #2 (TV)
CRYING MYSELF TO SLEEP (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama

DEVIL'S TRAIN, The - a (Mel Foree/Cliff Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, lost - vocal & guitar

FARTHER ALONG #3 (Rev. W. B. Stevens) - from Grand Ole Opry Show

GLORY BOUND TRAIN (Roy Zimmerman) (Apr 23 1952) - with Opry Cast Ensemble - from the Kate Smith Evening Hour #2 (TV)

HALF AS MUCH #1 (Curley Williams) (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & additional instr. Jun. 6, 1967
HALF AS MUCH #2 (Curley Williams) (Sep 15 1951) - from WSM Radio show promoting the opening of Hank & Audrey's Corral in Nashville
HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' #4 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Aunt Jemima's Pancake Mix radio show #2 (feat. Minnie Pearl)
HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' #6 (Hank Williams) (Nov 14 1951) - from the Perry Como CBS TV Show, New York - vocal & guitar
HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' #7 (Hank Williams) (Mar 26 1952) - from the Kate Smith Evening Hour #1 (TV)
HONKY TONK BLUES #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording, lost
HONKY TONK BLUES #4 (Hank Williams) (Jun 14 1950) - studio recording, lost
HONKY TONK BLUES #5 (Hank Williams) (Sep 15 1951) - from WSM Radio show promoting the opening of Hank & Audrey's Corral in Nashville

I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU) #5 (Hank Williams) (1951) - from Aunt Jemima's Pancake Mix radio show #2 (feat. Minnie Pearl)
(I HEARD THAT) LONESOME WHISTLE #4 (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davis) (Sep 15 1951) - from WSM Radio show promoting the opening of Hank & Audrey's Corral in Nashville
I JUST DON'T LIKE THIS KIND OF LIVIN' #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording, but overdubbed with additional instr. Apr. 25, 1968
I SAW THE LIGHT #6 (Hank Williams) (Mar 26 1952) - with Opry Cast Ensemble - from the Kate Smith Evening Hour #1 (TV)
I WAS SEEING NELLIE HOME (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
I'LL BE TRUE TO THE ONE THAT I LOVE (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
I'LL NEVER CRY OVER YOU (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
I'M SORRY FOR YOU, MY FRIEND #1 (Hank Williams) (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording, lost

JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) #2 (Hank Williams) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording, but overdubbed with Hank Williams, Jr. & additional instr. Jun. 6, 1967
JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) #4 (Hank Williams) (Jul 12 1952) - Martha White's Show, Ryman auditorium

LAST LETTER, THE (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
LITTLE ROSEWOOD CASKET (instr.) (Public Domain) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
LONESOME VALLEY (?) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES #6 (Hank Williams) (Jul 13 1952) - Sunset Park, PA
LOVESICK BLUES #2 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jun 11 1949) - from Grand Ole Opry
LOVESICK BLUES #6 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Nov 16 1949) - from the AFRS Opry Show in Europe (Frankfurt, Germany)
LOVESICK BLUES #81 (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Sep 15 1951) - from WSM Radio show promoting the opening of Hank & Audrey's Corral in Nashville

MANSION ON THE HILL, A #3 (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) - from the Pops-Rite Popcorn Show
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS #2 (Hank Williams) (Jun 11 1949) - from Grand Ole Opry

OLD HOME, The - a (Jackie Earls) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, master lost - vocal & guitar
OLD SHEP #1 (Clyde 'Red' Foley) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
OLD SHEP #2 (Clyde 'Red' Foley) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama

PRODIGAL SON, The - a (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, master lost - vocal & guitar

ROCKIN' ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKIN' CHAIR #1 (Bob Miller) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
ROCKIN' ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKIN' CHAIR #2 (Bob Miller) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama
ROCKIN' ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKIN' CHAIR #3 (Bob Miller) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama

SETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE #2 (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Sep. 20, 1952) - live on Louisiana Hayride
STARS IN HER EYES (a series of songs) #2 (alternate version) - from Health Dep. Nationwide campaign agains VD
SUNDOWN AND SORROW #1 (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, lost - vocal & guitar

TRAMP ON THE STREET, A #1 (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, master lost - vocal & guitar

WE PLANTED FLOWERS ON MY DARLING'S GRAVE (Odell McLeod) (Jan/May 1949) - from the Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription, Shreveport, master lost - vocal & guitar
WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS #4 (Jimmie Davis) (Sep 15 1951) - from WSM Radio show promoting the opening of Hank & Audrey's Corral in Nashville
WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN (A.P.Carter) (1942 or earlier) - acetate disc cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street in Montgomery, Alabama


SONGS THAT HANK WROTE OR CO-WROTE - BUT NEVER RECORDED:

BAYOU PON-PON (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davis) - recorded by Jimmie Davis, Decca, 1951
COUNTRYFIED (Hank Williams) - recorded by Big Bill Lister, Capitol, 1951
EVENING TRAIN, The (Hank Williams/Audrey Williams) - recorded by Molly O'Day, Columbia, 1949
FOREVER IS A LONG, LONG TIME (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davis) - recorded by Jimmie Davis, Decca, 1951
I LOST THE ONLY LOVE I KNEW (Hank Williams/Don Helms) - recorded by Ray Price, Columbia, 1952
I'M BLUE, I'M LONESOME (Hank Williams/Bill Monroe) - recorded by Bill Monroe, 1950
(I'M PRAYING FOR THE DAY WHEN) PEACE WILL COME (Hank Williams/Pee Wee King) - recorded by Rosco Hankins, Mercury, 1951
I WISH YOU DIDN'T LOVE ME SO MUCH (Hank Williams) - recorded by 'Little' Jimmy Dickens, Columbia, 1951
IF I DIDN'T LOVE YOU (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) - recorded by Rome Johnson, MGM, 1947
LITTLE HOUSE WE BUILT (JUST O'ER THE HILL), The (Hank Williams/Don Helms) - recorded by Big Bill Lister, Capitol, 1951
ME AND MY BROKEN HEART (Hank Williams) - recorded by Carl Smith, Columbia, 1951
NEVER BEEN SO LONESOME (Hank Williams) - recorded by Zeb Turner, King, 1949
ROCKIN' CHAIR DADDY (Hank Williams/Braxton Shooford) - recorded by Braxton Shooford, MGM, 1950
STRANGER IN THE NIGHT, A (Hank Williams/Bill Morgan) - recorded by George Morgan, Columbia, 1951
YOU'RE BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE NOW (Hank Williams/Fred Rose) - recorded by Red Sovine, MGM, 1949

ARE YOU LONELY TOO (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
CAJUN BABY (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
FOR ME THERE IS NO PLACE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
HOMESICK (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
I JUST DIDN'T HAVE THE HEART TO SAY GOODBYE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1974
IF THE GOOD LORD'S WILLIN' (AND THE CREEKS DON'T RISE) (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., Curb, 2002
I'M JUST CRYING 'CAUSE I CARE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
I'M SO TIRED OF IT ALL (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1970
IS THIS GOODBYE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
JUST ME AND MY BROKEN HEART (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
LITTLE BOSEPHUS (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1973
MY HEART WON'T LET ME GO (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
PRISON OF MEMORIES (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1968
SOMEBODY'S LONESOME (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1968
WHERE DO I GO FROM HERE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
YOU CAN'T TAKE MY MEMORIES OF YOU (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969
YOUR TURN TO CRY (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) - recorded by Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969

COWBOYS DON'T CRY (Hank Williams/Mickey Newbury) - performed by Waylon Jennings on a television special

HEARTBROKEN, FORSAKEN, AND ALONE (Hank Williams/Glenn Douglas Tubb) - recorded by Glenn Douglas Tubb
HEARTBROKEN, FORSAKEN, AND ALONE (Hank Williams/Glenn Douglas Tubb) - recorded by Jennifer Brantley, Mountain Side, 2009
HEARTBROKEN, FORSAKEN, AND ALONE (Hank Williams/Glenn Douglas Tubb) - recorded by Peter Trenholm
HEARTBROKEN, FORSAKEN, AND ALONE (Hank Williams/Glenn Douglas Tubb) - recorded by Greg & Teresa Watson, 2011

HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BROKEN MY HEART? (Hank Williams/Norah Jones) - recorded by Norah Jones

MANSION FOR YOUR SOUL (Hank Williams/Peter Trenholm) - recorded by Peter Trenholm, PT 126
SERMON ON THE MOUNTAIN (Hank Williams/Peter Trenholm) - recorded by Peter Trenholm, PT 126

ANGEL MINE - recorded by Sheryl Crow, Egyptian Records, 2011
BLUE IS MY HEART - recorded by Holly Williams, Egyptian Records, 2011
HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BROKEN MY HEART? - recorded by Norah Jones, Egyptian Records, 2011
I HOPE YOU SHED A MILLION TEARS - recorded by Vince Gill & Rodney Crowell, Egyptian Records, 2011
I'M SO HAPPY I FOUND YOU - recorded by Lucinda Williams, Egyptian Records, 2011
LOVE THAT FADED, THE - recorded by Bob Dylan, Egyptian Records, 2011
OH, MAMA, COME HOME - recorded by Jakob Dylan, Egyptian Records, 2011
SERMON ON THE MOUNT, THE - recorded by Merle Haggard, Egyptian Records, 2011
YOU KNOW THAT I KNOW - recorded by Jack White, Egyptian Records, 2011
YOU'LL NEVER AGAIN BE MINE - recorded by Levon Helm, Egyptian Records, 2011
YOU'RE THROUGH FOOLING ME - recorded by Patty Loveless, Egyptian Records, 2011
YOU'VE BEEN LONESOME, TOO - recorded by Alan Jackson, Egyptian Records, 2011


Any additions or comments are appreciated.


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MORE H.W. ON MY SITE:

THE HEALTH AND HAPPINESS SHOWS - ALL DETAILS
THE MOTHER'S BEST TRANSCRIPTIONS - MORE DETAILS
AUNT JEMIMA'S PANCAKE MIX RADIO SHOWS - MORE DETAILS
SOME OLD LP COVERS (from my collection)
MISSION IMPOSSIBLE - help needed -
THE TRIBUTE & COVER LISTINGS
MORE PHOTOS
TRIBUTE ALBUMS THAT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO BUY
JUST HANK


LINKS:

A Hank Williams Journal
David Church - Nashville Recording Artist & Songwriter
Hank Williams Appreciation Society International
Joey Allcorn - Hank Williams: The Complete Website
Mike Taylor - Hank Williams Discography


BUDDY HOLLY on my site
JIMMIE SKINNER on my site
CHARLIE FEATHERS on my site
JOHNNY BOND on my site
CHARLIE MONROE on my site
JOHNNY CASH on my site
CLIFF & BILL CARLISLE on my site
LUKE GORDON on my site
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MADDOX BROS. & ROSE on my site
DOC & CHICKIE WILLIAMS on my site
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