Country Music Discography A-L | UO Music

Discographies

Country Music Discography

At The University of Oregon's Knight Library
Douglass Listening Room

This is a discography (list of recordings) of some of the Knight Library's Douglass Room collection.


Index for this guide:
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Collections

INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS, A - L

A


Acuff, Roy, 1903 - 1992

 

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For the first time: Roy Acuff sings Hank Williams.
Hickory LPS 134, [1966]
PERFORMERS: Roy Acuff, vocals with instrumental ensemble ; songs principally written by Hank Williams.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6778

Great speckled bird: And other favorites.
Harmony HL 7082, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2084

Greatest hits, volume one.
Elektra/Asylum Records 9E-302, p1978.
PERFORMERS: Roy Acuff, with his Smokey Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1032

Hall of fame.
Hickory LPS 119, [1963?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6774

King of country music.
Hickory Records LPM-H-109, [1962?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2121

Roy Acuff.
Time-Life Records TLCW-09, 1983.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A618

Roy Acuff.
Hilltop JS-6028, [1965?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6784

Star of the Grand Ole Opry.
Hickory 762-LPM, [1964]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2085

See also: This land is your land and White country blues (1926-1938): a lighter shade of blue.

Akeman, David

 

See: Stringbean

Allen, Ira.

 

Ira Allen sings Cabbage patch doll: [and other story songs for people of all ages]
LS Records LS-180, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6870

Allen, Red, 1930 - 1993.

 

The Osborne Brothers and Red Allen .
Rounder Records 31259 [19--]
PERFORMERS: Osborne Brothers and Red Allen, vocals and instrumentals ; in part with assisting instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 820

The Red Allen tradition.
Folkways FTS 31097, p1983.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 5543

Allen, Rex, 1924- 1999

 

Under western skies.
Stetson HAT 3001, [197-?], p1957.
PERFORMERS: Rex Allen with Victor Young and his Singing Strings.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2089

Allen Brothers

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Anderson, Bill, 1937-

 

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Bill and Jan (or Jan and Bill)
MCA Records DL7-5293, 1971.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6680

Love is a sometimes thing.
Decca DL 75206, c1970.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 138

Anderson, Lynn, 1947-

 

See: Nashville on my mind

Anglin, Jack.

 

Hits by Johnnie and Jack. .
RCA LPM 2017 [1960]
PERFORMERS: Johnnie (Wright) and Jack (Anglin), country songs.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2003

Johnnie and Jack sing Poison love, and other country favorites.
RCA Camden CAL 747, c1963.
PERFORMERS: Country songs; performed by Johnnie Wright and Jack Anglin.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2004

Anglin Brothers

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Arnold, Eddy, 1918 - 2008

 

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The best of Eddy Arnold .
RCA Special Products DVL3-0753, p1986.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A2364 v.1- 3

The best of Eddy Arnold .
RCA Victor LSP 3565, [1967]
PERFORMERS: Eddy Arnold, vocals with instrumental ensemble ; arranged and conducted by Billy Walker.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 12203

I want to go with you.
RCA Victor LSP 3507, [1966]
PERFORMERS: Country songs; Eddy Arnold, principally with chorus and orchestra ; Bill Walker, arranger and conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2715

Love in the country: the magic touch of Eddy Arnold.
Candlelight Music, p1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1641

My world.
RCA Victor LSP 3466, [1965]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6643

Pure gold.
RCA ANL1-1078. p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6642

20 of the best.
RCA NL 89316, p1982.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2280

Ashley, Clarence

 

See also: Smithsonian Folkways American roots collection.

Ashley, Tom

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Atamanuik, Larry.

 

Alison Krauss + Union Station live .
Rounder 11661-0515-2, p2002.
PERFORMERS: Alison Krauss, vocals, fiddle; Union Station (Dan Tyminski, guitar, mandolin, vocals; Jerry Douglas, dobro; Ron Block, banjo, guitar, vocals; Barry Bales, bass, vocals); with Larry Atamanuik, drums.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11135

Atkins, Chet, 1924 - 2001

 

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Country guitar & piano: featuring Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer.
RCA Special Products DPL3-0202-1--DPL3-0202-3, 1975.
PERFORMERS: Chet Atkins, guitar; Floyd Cramer, piano ; in part with Los Indios Tabajaras.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1632

Down home.
RCA Victor LSP 2450 [1962]
PERFORMERS: Chet Atkins, country guitar music.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6777

Mister guitar.
RCA Victor LPM 2103, [1959]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2080

A Session with Chet Atkins.
RCA Victor LPM 1090. [1955]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2220

Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party

 

The 30's revisited.
Rural Rhythm RRAD 216, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Aunt Dinah's Quilting Party (Bill Cunningham, fiddle ; Ron LeGrand, banjo ; Larry Rice, mandolin ; Mike Lewis, dobro guitar; Tom Kuehl, guitar, vocals ; Mel Durham, bass)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2008

Australia

 

Down under country.
Boomerang Music ALR-1, [198-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6845

Autry, Gene, 1907-1998

 

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Back in the saddle again.
Harmony HS 11276, [1968]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6779

Gene Autry's greatest hits.
Columbia CL 1575, [1960?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2081

B

Back Porch Majority

 

New country minstrels .
American Gramophone, [197-]
PERFORMERS: Performed by the Back Porch Majority; Randy Sparks, director.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11231

Baker, Kenny, 1926-

 

Songs from the heart of the country.
County 721. [1970?]
PERFORMERS: Red Rector, Mandolin, vocals; Fred Smith, guitar, vocals; Bill Chambers, banjo; Kenny Baker, fiddle.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1681

Bandy, Moe.

 

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The good ol' boys, alive and well.
Columbia FC 39426, p1984.
PERFORMERS: Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6648

Greatest hits.
CBS FC 38316, 1982.
PERFORMERS: Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6644

I'm sorry for you, my friend.
Columbia KC 3443. 1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6692

She's not really cheatin' : (she's just gettin' even).
Columbia FC 38009, c1982.
PERFORMERS: Moe Bandy with vocal-instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6649

Banjo Barons

 

Dueling banjos : featuring I can see clearly now, You're so vain, Song sung blue.
Harmony KH 32214, p1973.
PERFORMERS: Banjo Barons ; Teo Macero, conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2713

Bare, Bobby.

 

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Bobby Bare sings lullabys, legends and lies.
RCA Victor CPL2-0290. [1973]
NOTES: Songs by Shel Silverstein.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1588

Cowboys and daddys.
RCA Victor APL1-1222, 1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2725

Barton, Billy.

 

Country style .
Crown Records 290, 1996-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6700

Bashful Brother Oswald.

 

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Bashful Brother Oswald.
Starday SLP 192, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Bashful Brother Oswald (i.e. Pete Kirby), vocals, guitar, and 5-string banjo, with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2156

The original talking blues man : with jug and washboard band .(w/ Robert Lunn.)
Starday SLP-228, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Robert Lunn, vocals, guitar ; Bashful Brother Oswald, dobro, banjo, jug and vocals ; Jimmy Riddle, harmonica, washboard, vocals ; Howdy Forrester, fiddle ; Gene Martin, guitar ; Junior Huskey, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2143

See also: That dobro sound's goin' 'round

Bell, Delia.

 

See: O Sister

Blake, Norman

 

Home in Sulpher Springs.
Rounder Records 0012. [1972]
PERFORMERS: Norman Blake, guitars and mandolin, with Tut Taylor, dobro.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3269

Old and new.
Flying Fish 010. 1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3267

Whiskey before breakfast.
Rounder Records 0063. p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3270

Blue Grass Boys.

 

The great Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys .
Harmony HL 7290, [1961?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2153

See also: Smithsonian Folkways American roots collection

Blue Ridge Mountain Boys

 

Roy Ross and his Blue Ridge Mountain Boys .
Rural Rhythm R.R.R.R. 207, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Roy Ross, vocals, mandolin ; with the Blue Ridge Mountain Boys (Autis Maynard, tenor ; Ray Mullin, guitar ; Galen Ross, banjo ; Gerald Evans, fiddle ; Blaine Ross, drums ; Charles Ross, bass)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2113

Blue Ridge Ramblers

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Blue Sky Boys

 

Blue Sky Boys.
RCA Camden CAL 797, 1964.
PERFORMERS: the Blue Sky Boys, Bill and Earl Bolick.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2014

Presenting the Blue Sky Boys.
Capitol Records T-2483, [1965?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2104

Together again.
Starday SLP 257, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2015

A treasury of rare song gems from the past.
Starday SLP-205, [1963?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2016

Bluegrass Cutups.

 

Jim Eanes .
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E. 197, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Eanes, vocals ; with Red Smiley, guitar, and the Blue Grass Cut-ups ; Peggy Peterson, dobro guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2142

Bolick, Bill, 1917 - 2008

 

See: Blue Sky Boys.

Bolick, Earl

 

See: Blue Sky Boys

Bond, Johnny, 1915-1978

 

The best of Johnny Bond.
Starday SLP-954 , c1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6674

The return of "The Singing Cowboy".
CMH Records CMH-6213, c1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6675

The singing cowboy rides again.
CMH Records CMH-6212, c1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6676

See also: That's truck drivin'

Boxcar Willie, 1931 - 1999

 

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Best loved favorites.
Heartland Music HC-1070--HC-1071, 1988.
PERFORMERS: Boxcar Willie, vocals, with acc. instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2262M tape 1+ 2

Best of Boxcar.
Main Street Records and Tapes ST 73002, p1982-
PERFORMERS: Boxcar Willie ; supporting artists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1615 v.1

King of the road.
Suffolk Marketing SMI 1-24-G, c1980.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6672

Last train to heaven.
Main Street Records ST 73001, p1982.
PERFORMERS: Boxcar Willie, vocals and guitar, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6673

20 all time favorites.
Suffolk Marketing, Inc SMI 1-41 H., p1983.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6854

Boyd, Bill, 1910 - 1977

 

Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers.
RCA Bluebird AXM2-5503. p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A605

Boyens, Phyllis.

 

See: O Sister

Boys from Shiloh

Rural Rhythm presents Bobby Smith & The Boys from Shilo [sic]
Rural Rhythm RRBS 223, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Bobby Smith, vocals and guitar ; with The Boys from Shiloh (Thomas McKinney, banjo ; Vassar Clement, fiddle ; Ken Smith, bass ; Charlie Nixon, dobro guitar)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6586

Smokin' bluegrass . (w/ Bobby Smith)
CMH Records CMH 6225, c1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6607

Sweet sunny South. (w/ Josh Graves)
CMH Records CMH-6209, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Josh Graves and Bobby Smith, vocals, guitars ; with the Boys from Shiloh.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6844

Branham, Ross.

 

Hylo Brown sings folk songs of rural America .
Rural Rhythm RRHB 176, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown, vocals, guitar ; Ross Branham, banjo ; Dan Milton, dobro ; Jack Casey, guitar ; John Maultteay, fiddle ; Dick Brickles, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2116

Brazos Valley Boys.

 

Most of all. .(w/Hank Thompson)
Capitol T-1360. [196-]
PERFORMERS: Hank Thompson and the Brazos Valley Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6104

Songs of the Brazos Valley . (w/ Hank Thompson)
Capitol T-418, [19--]
PERFORMERS: Hank Thompson, with the Brazos Valley Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2041

Brickles, Dick.

 

Hylo Brown sings folk songs of rural America .
Rural Rhythm RRHB 176, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown, vocals, guitar ; Ross Branham, banjo ; Dan Milton, dobro ; Jack Casey, guitar ; John Maultteay, fiddle ; Dick Brickles, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2116

Broonzy, Big Bill, 1893 - 1958

 

Big Bill Broonzy sings country blues.
Folkways Records FTS 31005. 1968.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 3780

See also: The UO Blues Discography and Native American ballads.

Brower, Cecil.

 

Old fashioned country hoedown.
Cumberland Records MGC-29500, [1970]
PERFORMERS: Cousin Cecil Brower, fiddle, with assisting instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2025

Brown, Bonnie

 

See : The Browns

Brown, Hylo.

 

Bluegrass goes to college.
Gusto SLP-204, [1963?]
PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown and the Timberliners.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2009

Hylo Brown sings folk songs of rural America.
Rural Rhythm RRHB 176, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown, vocals, guitar ; Ross Branham, banjo ; Dan Milton, dobro ; Jack Casey, guitar ; John Maultteay, fiddle ; Dick Brickles, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2116

See also : Preachin', prayin', singin' .

Brown, Jim Edward.

 

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Barrooms and pop-a-tops.
RCA Victor APL1-0172, p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6782

Best of Jim Ed Brown.
RCA Victor APL 1-0324 p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6781

I don't want to have to marry you.
RCA Victor AYL1-4065, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius, with accompanying musicians.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6841

Just Jim.
RCA Victor LSP 3744, c1967.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6865

Brown, Maxine

 

See: The Browns

The Browns

 

The Best of the Browns.
RCA Victor ANL1-1083. c1966.
PERFORMERS: The Browns, featuring Jim Ed Brown.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6842

Jim Edward, Maxine and Bonnie Brown.
RCA Victor LPM 1438, c1957.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2078

Bruce, Ed.

 

Ed Bruce.
United Artists UA-LA613-G, p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6694

Brumfield, Deacon.

 

See: That dobro sound's goin' 'round

Bryant, Jimmy.

 

Bryant's back in town.
Imperial LP-12310, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6837

Laughing guitar, crying guitar.
Imperial LP-12315, [1966]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6693

Buchillon, Mr. & Mrs. Chris

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Buck Owens' Buckaroos

 

America's most wanted band.
Capitol ST-2722, [1967]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6615

The Buckaroos strike again!
Capitol ST-2828, [1967]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6550

I don't care . (w/ Buck Owens)
Capitol ST-2186, [1964]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6554

A night on the town.
Capitol ST-2902, [1968]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6549

Together again & My heart skips a beat . (w/ Buck Owens)
Capitol ST-2135, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Buck Owens and the Buckaroos.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6559

Your tender loving care . (w/ Buck Owens)
Capitol ST-2760, [1967]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6551

Burnette, Smiley, 1911-1967.

 

Ole Frog.
Starday SLP 191, [1978?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2040

Burns, Kenneth

 

See: Homer and Jethro

Byrd, Jerry

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar
 

C

Caire, Clay

 

See: The Kendalls

Callahan, Homer

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Callahan Brothers

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Campbell, Alex.

 

Travel on.
Starday SLP-342, [1965]
PERFORMERS: Alex Campbell, Olabelle Reed, and the New River Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1936

Campbell, Cecil.

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Carlisle, Cliff

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Carlisle, Smiling Bill

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Carlisle & Ball

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Carlisle Brothers.

 

See:"Maple on the hill" and other old time country favorites.

Carlisles

 

On stage with the Carlisles: country music's greatest entertainers.
Mercury MG-20359
PERFORMERS: The Carlisles, vocals and guitars.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2068

The Carolina Buddies

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Carter, A. P. (Alvin Pleasant), 1891-1960.

 

Songs of the famous Carter Family.
Columbia CL 1664. [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1861

Carter, Fred

 

See: The Kendalls

Carter, Maybelle, 1909 - 1978

 

Songs of the famous Carter Family. .
Columbia CL 1664. [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1861

Carter, Wilf

 

See: Montana Slim

Carter Family

 

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The Carter Family.
Time-Life Records TLCW-06, [1982]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A619

The Carter Family album: Anita, Maybelle, June and Helen singing their favorite Carter Family songs.
Liberty LRP-3230, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1921

'Mid the green fields of Virginia.
RCA ANL 1-1107. p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6105

The original and great Carter Family.
RCA Camden CAL 586, [1962]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1862

Casey, Jack.

 

Hylo Brown sings folk songs of rural America .
Rural Rhythm RRHB 176, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Hylo Brown, vocals, guitar ; Ross Branham, banjo ; Dan Milton, dobro ; Jack Casey, guitar ; John Maultteay, fiddle ; Dick Brickles, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2116

Cash, Johnny, 1932 - 2003.

 

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The adventures of Johnny Cash.
Columbia Records FC 38094, p1982.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6511

Carryin' on with Johnny Cash and June Carter.
Columbia CS 9528, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Johnny Cash and June Carter, vocals, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6686

From sea to shining sea.
Columbia CS 9447, [1967?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6687

Greatest! - Johnny Cash.
Sun SLP 1240, [1959?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2090

Johnny Cash.
Sun 1220, [195-]
PERFORMERS: Johnny Cash, vocals and guitar ; Luther Perkins, guitar ; Marshall Grant, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2096

Johnny Cash.
Sun 1255, [195-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2195

Johnny Cash. .
Everest Records FS 278. c1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13666

Johnny Cash and friends.
Candlelite Music P3 13945, p1977.
PERFORMERS: Johnny Cash, vocals, guitar ; and other performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1631

Johnny Cash at San Quentin.
Columbia/Legacy CK 66017,2000.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX14833

Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison.
Columbia/Legacy CK 65955, 1999.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX14828

Johnny Cash sings the songs that made him famous.
Sun Records SLP 1235. [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2037

One piece at a time.
Columbia KC 34193. p1976.
PERFORMERS: Johnny Cash, with the Tennessee Three.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6688

Ride this train.
Columbia CL 1464, [1960?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2038

Silver.
Columbia JC 36086. p1979.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6467

The sound of Johnny Cash.
Columbia CL 1802, [1962]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2039

Wildwood flower .
Dualtone 80302-01142-2, p2003.
NOTES: Country music; includes video of the recording sessions at the Carter Family Estate.
PERFORMERS: June Carter Cash, vocals, autoharp ; guest vocal, Johnny Cash ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11133

See also : This land is your land

Cash, June Carter, 1929 - 2003

 

Carryin' on with Johnny Cash and June Carter. .
Columbia CS 9528, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Johnny Cash and June Carter, vocals, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6686

Wildwood flower .
Dualtone 80302-01142-2, p2003.
NOTES: Country music; includes video of the recording sessions at the Carter Family Estate.
PERFORMERS: June Carter Cash, vocals, autoharp ; guest vocal, Johnny Cash ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11133

Cauley Family

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Chambers, Bill.

 

Songs from the heart of the country. .
County 721. [1970?]
PERFORMERS: Red Rector, Mandolin, vocals; Fred Smith, guitar, vocals; Bill Chambers, banjo; Kenny Baker, fiddle.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1681

Charles, Ray, 1930 - 2004

 

Modern sounds in country and western music.
ABC Records ABC-410, [1962]
PERFORMERS: Rhythm and blues arrangements of country and western songs; Ray Charles, piano and vocals with orchestra ; Gerald Wilson, Marty Paich, or Gil Fuller, arrangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 854
 

Childre, Lew.

 

Old time get together with Lew Childre.
Starday SLP-153, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6486

Cimarron Boys

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Citizen's Band

 

The white knight . (w/Cledus Maggard)
Mercury/Phonogram SRM-1-1072, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Humorous songs with spoken sections.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6812

Clark, Roy, 1933-

 

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The Roy Clark guitar spectacular!
Capitol ST-2425, [1970?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6115

Pair of fives; (banjos, that is).
ABC Dot DOSD-2015. p1975.
PERFORMERS: Roy Clark and Buck Trent, banjos, with assisting instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6650

Roy Clark in concert.
ABC Dot Records DOSD-2054. p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6114

Superpicker: the further musical adventures of Roy Clark.
Dot Records DOS-26008. 1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6466

Clements, Vassar, 1928 - 2005

 

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The bluegrass session. .
Flying Fish 038. p1977.
PERFORMERS: Vassar Clements, fiddle and vocals, with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3628

Southern country waltzes.
Rural Rhythm Records RRVC-236, p1972.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6116

Clifton, Bill.

 

The bluegrass sound of Bill Clifton.
Gusto SLP-5-159, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Bill Clifton, vocals and guitars with his Dixie Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1938

Carter Family memorial album.
Starday SLP 146, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Bill Clifton and his Dixie Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1939

Mountain folk songs.
Starday SLP-111, [195-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1937

Clinch Mountain Boys.

 

Folk concert .
Starday SK 834, p1976.
PERFORMERS: The Stanley Brothers ; with the Clinch Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2097

Hills of home. (w/ Ralph Stanley)
Gusto Records KS-1069, [1969?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6819

Lost in the lonesome pines. (w/ Jim Lauderdale.)
Dualtone Music Group 80302-01125-2, p2002.
PERFORMERS: Jim Lauderdale ; Ralph Stanley ; Clinch Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX10612

The Stanley Brothers and the Clinch Mountain Boys, vol. 2.
Rounder Records P 15188, 1981.
PERFORMERS: Carter Stanley, guitar; Ralph Stanley, banjo; Pee Wee Lambert, mandolin; Lester Woodie and Art Wooten, fiddle; Ernie Newton and George Shuffler, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 786

See also: A bushel of 5 string banjos .

Clinch Mountain Clan

 

There's a big wheel . (w/ Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper.)
Hickory LPM-H-100, [1959]
PERFORMERS: Country songs; Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1943

Cline, Patsy, 1932-1963.

 

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Heartland Music presents the legendary Patsy Cline.
MCA Records , p1990.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A308

Her legendary recordings .
MCA Records MSM 35076, 1986.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A2363 v.1+ 2

The legendary Patsy Cline: her greatest hits and finest performances.
Reader's Digest/Universal Music Special Markets RC6-047-1--RC6-047-3, p1997.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2276M tape 1- 3 + booklet

The Patsy Cline story.
MCA Records MCA2-4038, c1980.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1556

Showcase.
Decca DL 4202, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Patsy Cline, vocals; with the Jordanaires.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3438

Sweet dreams: the life and times of Patsy Cline: music from the motion picture soundtrack.
MCA Records MCA-6149, p1985.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7451

Today, tomorrow and forever.
MCA Records MCA-1463, p1985.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3468

Coe, David Allan.

 

See also: Nashville on my mind

Cohen, Chip.

 

Old time music.
[s.n., 1997]
PERFORMERS: Sharon Rogers, guitar, banjo, vocals; Chip Cohen, fiddle, guitar, harmony vocals.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2348M

Cold Thunder

 

Thunderin' bluegrass.
Hop High Music ZEPHYR427, p1999.
PERFORMERS: Performed by Joe Ross and Cold Thunder (Chuck Holloway, guitar, vocals; Johnny Schiller, bass; Ted Grant, banjo; Susan Blanton, fiddle, vocals; Joe Ross, mandolin, vocals)
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2349M

Colder, Ben (Sheb Wooley)

 

The best of Ben Colder.
MGM Records SE4530, [1968?] Performed by Ben Colder (i.e. Sheb Wooley) with instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6491

The wacky world of Ben Colder.
MGM SE 4876, p1972, c1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6492

Coleman, T. Michael.

 

Red rocking chair .
Flying Fish 252, 1981.
PERFORMERS: Doc Watson, vocals, guitar, harmonica, banjo ; Merle Watson, guitars, banjo ; T. Michael Coleman, vocals, bass, with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4290

Collins, Tommy (Leonard Raymond Sipes)

 

Callin'.
Starday, p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6736

The dynamic Tommy Collins: featuring If you can't bite, don't growl.
Columbia CS 9310, [1966?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6480

Songs I love to sing.
Capitol ST-1436, [1960]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6505

Tommy Collins on tour: his most requested songs.
Columbia CS 9578, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6725

Cooper, Stoney, d. 1977.

 

There's a big wheel . (w/ Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper.)
Hickory LPM-H-100, [1959]
PERFORMERS: Country songs; Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1943

Walking my Lord up Calvary's hill .
Power Pak PO 242, [1975], p1974.
PERFORMERS: Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper, vocals ; with assisting performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6715

Cooper, Wilma Lee, 1921-

 

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Walking my Lord up Calvary's hill.
Power Pak PO 242,[1975], p1974.
PERFORMERS: Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper, vocals ; with assisting performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6715

There's a big wheel.
Hickory LPM-H-100, [1959]
PERFORMERS: Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper and the Clinch Mountain Clan.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1943

See also: O Sister

Copas, Cowboy (Lloyd)

 

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The best of Cowboy Copas.
Starday SLP-958, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6513

Cowboy Copas sings his all-time hits.
King 553, [1957?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1944

The fabulous country music sound of Buck Owens .
Starday SLP-172, [1961?]
PERFORMERS: Country songs; with additional vocals by Cowboy Copas, Dottie West, Eddie Wilson, and Darrell McCall.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2165

Copeland, Leonard

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Cornelius, Helen.

 

I don't want to have to marry you .
RCA Victor AYL1-4065, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius, with accompanying musicians.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6841

Cotten, Elizabeth

 

See: Smithsonian Folkways American roots collection and UO Blues Discography

Country Boys

 

James Wall sings Carter Family favorites .
Rural Rhythm RRJW 175, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2110

Raisin' the dickens . (w/ "Little" Jimmy Dickens).
Columbia CL 1047, [1957]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1855

Country Gentlemen

 

See : Preachin', prayin', singin' .

Country Gospel Singers.

 

Red White and the Country Gospel Singers .
Rural Rhythm RR White 136, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Red White and the Country Gospel Singers ; also featuring Clarence Jackson, dobro guitar, banjo.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2107

Country Ramblers

 

Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers. .
RCA Bluebird AXM2-5503. p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl A605

"Kiss an angel good mornin'" and other country favorites.
RCA Camden CAS-2552, p1972.
PERFORMERS: Don Winters and The Country Ramblers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7000

Cox Family

 

See: O Sister

Crackerjacks

 

Mr. Guitar . (w/ Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith )
Starday SLP 173, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Arthur Smith, guitar, with his Crackerjacks.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2129

Cramer, Floyd, 1933 - 1997

 

Country guitar & piano : featuring Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer. .
RCA Special Products DPL3-0202-1--DPL3-0202-3, 1975.
PERFORMERS: Chet Atkins, guitar; Floyd Cramer, piano ; in part with Los Indios Tabajaras.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1632

Floyd Cramer country .
RCA APD1-1541, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Floyd Cramer, piano ; with ensemble; Pat Daisy, vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 10020

Craddock, Billy "Crash"

 

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You better move on.
ABC Records ABCX-753 , p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6487

Crook Brothers.

 

Opry old timers .
Starday SLP-182, p1975 [1962]
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass music; Sam & Kirk McGee (from Sunny Tennessee) ; and also the Crook Brothers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 503

Crossroads.

 

Bluegrass memories.
CMH Records CMH 6211. p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6603

Cumberland Ridge Runners

 

Karl & Harty with the Cumberland Ridge Runners .
Old Homestead Records OHCS 137, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Sung and played by Karl Davis, mandolin ; Harty Taylor, guitar ; with the Cumberland Ridge Runners.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2281

Curless, Dick, 1932 - 1995

 

End of the road.
Hilltop Records JS 6147, [1974?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6468

Curtis, Ken, 1916-1991.

 

Room full of roses .
RCA Camden CAL 587, [1960]
PERFORMERS: Country songs for vocal ensemble; Ken Curtis and Bob Nolan, featured vocalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3525

Curtis, Mac

 

Note: to access the page on Mac Curtis, search the Hall of Fame under Curtis' name.

The sunshine man.
Epic BN 26419, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6707

D

Daisy, Pat.

 

Floyd Cramer country .
RCA APD1-1541, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Floyd Cramer, piano ; with ensemble; Pat Daisy, vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 10020

Dalhart, Vernon, 1883-1948.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Danny Davis Singers.

 

Texas . (w/Danny Davis)
RCA APD1-1578, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass ; in part with vocal accompaniment by the Nashville Sounds and Danny Davis Singers ;Bill McElhiney, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8152

Darby, Tom

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938): a lighter shade of blue.

Darling, Erik, 1933 - 2008

 

Songs of the Old West .
Elektra EKL-112, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Folk and western sung by Ed McCurdy, accompanying himself on guitar; Erik Darling, banjo.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1329

Davis, Danny, 1925 - 2008

 

Latest and greatest .
RCA APL1-0774, p1974.
PERFORMERS: The Nashville Sounds, featuring Danny Davis, trumpet, vocals ; Bill McElhiney, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8765

Texas.
RCA APD1-1578, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass ; in part with vocal accompaniment by the Nashville Sounds and Danny Davis Singers ; Bill McElhiney, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8152

Davis, Jimmie, 1899 - 2000

 

See:Country hits of the '40s and Native American ballads.

Davis, Karl.

 

Karl & Harty with the Cumberland Ridge Runners.
Old Homestead Records OHCS 137, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Karl Davis, mandolin ; Harty Taylor, guitar ; with the Cumberland Ridge Runners.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2281

Davis, Mac, 1942-

 

See: Nashville on my mind

Davis, Skeeter, 1931 - 2004

 

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Cloudy, with occasional tears.
RCA Victor LSP 2736. [1963]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6801

Skeeter.
RCA Victor LSP 4486 [1971]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6800

Day, Jimmy

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Dean, Jimmy, 1928 -

 

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Big bad John and other fabulous songs and tales.
Columbia CL 1735 , [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1863

Jimmy Dean's golden favorites.
Hilltop Records JM-6004, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1976

See also: This land is your land

Delmore Brothers.

 

The best of the Delmore Brothers.
King KS-1090, [195-?]
PERFORMERS: Alton and Rabon Delmore, vocals, guitars.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7033

Sixteen all-time favorites.
King K 589, [195-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2191

See also:"Maple on the hill" and other old time country favorites. and Native American ballads.

Derry, E. J.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Devall, Dick.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Dexter, Al

 

Al Dexter sings and plays his greatest hits.
Capitol T-1701, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2065

See also:Country hits of the '40s and White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Dickens, Hazel.

 

See: O Sister: the women's bluegrass collection

Dickens, Little Jimmy

 

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Raisin' the dickens.
Columbia CL 1047, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Little Jimmy Dickens and the Country Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1855

See also: This land is your land

Dillards.

 

Back porch bluegrass.
Elektra EKL-232, [1963]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1934

Back porch bluegrass .
Elektra EKS-7232, [1963?]
PERFORMERS: Played by the Dillards, instrumental quartet.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8675

Dixie Blue Grass Band.

 

Real blue grass music . (w/ Red White)
Rural Rhythm RRRW 172, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2108

Dixie Boys.

 

Folk 'n' hill .
King K-828; [1963]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2100

Dixie Chicks

 

Home .
Columbia CK 86840, p2002.
PERFORMERS: The Dixie Chicks ; with additional musicians.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX10624

Dixie Mountain Boys.

 

Carter Family memorial album . (w/Bill Clifton)
Starday SLP 146, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Country songs, originally recorded by the Carter Family ; Bill Clifton and his Dixie Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1939

Mountain folk songs . (w/ Bill Clifton.)
Starday SLP-111, [195-?]
PERFORMERS: Bill Clifton and his Dixie Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1937

Dixie Travelers

 

Just like old times . (w/ Mac Martin)
Rural Rhythm RRMM 232, [198-]
PERFORMERS: Mac Martin, vocals, guitar ; with the Dixie Travelers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6709

Dixieliners.

 

Rare old time fiddle tunes . (w/ Fiddlin' Arthur Smith )
Starday Records SLP 202, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Fiddlin' Arthur Smith, fiddle; Earnest Smith, guitar; with the Dixieliners.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2130

Dixon Brothers.

 

The Dixon Brothers (Howard and Dorsey): volume I.
Old Homestead Records OHCS-151, p1983.
PERFORMERS: Howard and Dorsey Dixon, vocals and guitars.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6799

Do Whaters

 

Van Lear Rose .
Interscope Records B0002513-02, p2004.
PERFORMERS: Loretta Lynn, vocals; with the Do Whaters and assisting musicians.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11535

Dollar, Johnny.

 

Johnny Dollar.
Date TES 4009, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6689

Double Decker Stringband.

 

Sentimental songs & old time melodies.
Fretless FR 160, 1981.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 5068

Dove, Ronnie.

 

Ronnie Dove.
MCA MCA-309, p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6766

Drake, Pete

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Driftwood, Jimmie, 1907 - 1998

 

The best of Jimmy Driftwood.
Monument MC 6639, p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6130

Dudley, Dave, 1928 - 2003

 

Special delivery.
United Artists UA-LA 366-G, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6767

Duke, Denver.

 

See also: A bushel of 5 string banjos .

The Dukes

 

The revolution starts now .
Artemis/E-Squared ATM-CD-51565, p2004.
PERFORMERS: Steve Earle, guitars, mandola, harmonica, harmonium, vocals; the Dukes (Eric "Roscoe" Ambel, guitars, vocals; Kelley Looney, bass, vocals; Will Rigby, drums, percussion, vocals; Patrick Earle, percussion); with additional musicians.
Doug Circ COMPACT DISC CX11529

Duncan, Glen.

 

The three pickers .
Rounder 116 610 526-2, p2003.
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, and Ricky Skaggs; with Alison Krauss; Kentucky Thunder; Richard Watson; Glen Duncan; and family and friends.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX11375

Duncan, Stuart.

 

Doc & Dawg .
Acoustic Disc ACD-25, p1997.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX10430

Durham, Carroll.

 

Jim Eanes .
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E. 221, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Eanes, vocals ; Carroll Durham, piano ; Hershel Sizemore, mandolin ; John Palmer, Clarence "Tater" Tate, fiddles ; Billy Edwards, guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6908
 

E

Eanes, Jim, 1923 - 1995

 

Jim Eanes.
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E. 197, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Eanes, vocals ; with Red Smiley, guitar, and the Blue Grass Cut-ups ; Peggy Peterson, dobro guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2142

Jim Eanes.
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E. 221, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Eanes, vocals ; Carroll Durham, piano ; Hershel Sizemore, mandolin ; John Palmer, Clarence "Tater" Tate, fiddles ; Billy Edwards, guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6908

Earle, Steve.

 

Essential Steve Earle .
MCA Records MCAD-10749, c1993.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX5071

The revolution starts now .
Artemis/E-Squared ATM-CD-51565, p2004.
PERFORMERS: Steve Earle, guitars, mandola, harmonica, harmonium, vocals; the Dukes (Eric "Roscoe" Ambel, guitars, vocals; Kelley Looney, bass, vocals; Will Rigby, drums, percussion, vocals; Patrick Earle, percussion); with additional musicians.
Doug Circ COMPACT DISC CX11529

Edenton, Ray.

 

Ray Edenton plays uptown country music.
Columbia CS 9265 , [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6635

Edwards, Billy.

 

Jim Eanes .
Rural Rhythm R.R.J.E. 221, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Eanes, vocals ; Carroll Durham, piano ; Hershel Sizemore, mandolin ; John Palmer, Clarence "Tater" Tate, fiddles ; Billy Edwards, guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6908

Edwards, Bobby.

 

You're the reason.
Chart CHS-1033, [1968?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6810

Edwards, Stoney.

 

Mississippi you're on my mind.
Capitol ST-11401, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6811

Ellis, Red.

 

See: Preachin', prayin', singin' .

Emmons, Buddy.

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Ethel and the Shameless Hussies

Born to burn.
MCA Records MCA-42191, p1988.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6003

Even Dozen Jug Band.

 

Jug band music and rags of the South. .
Everest Records FS 339. 1978.
PERFORMERS: Maria Muldaur, Josh Rifkin; the Even Dozen Jug Bang.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1858

Everly Brothers.

 

The Everly Brothers.
Mercury 822 431-2, [1984]
PERFORMERS: the Everly Brothers.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX18
 

F

Fairchild, Barbara

 

A sweeter love: featuring Thanks for the mem'ries.
Columbia KC 31720, p1972.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6461

See also: Nashville on my mind

Fairchild, Raymond

 

Mama likes blue grass music.
Rural Rhythm RRFM 159, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Raymond Fairchild, banjo and the Frosty Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1997

Raymond Fairchild, king of the Smokey Mountain five string banjo players.
Rural Rhythm Records RRRF 256, 1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6605

Rural Rhythm presents Raymond Fairchild: Banjo King picks the Blues.
Rhythm RRRF 245, [197-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6608

Rural Rhythm presents Raymond Fairchild, king of the Smokey Mountain five string banjo players.
Rural Rhythm RRRF 254, p1972.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6592

Fargo, Donna.

 

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The happiest girl in the whole U.S.A.
ABC Dot DOS 26000, p1972.
PERFORMERS: Donna Fargo, vocals ; Nashville Sound, background vocals ; with instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6809

Whatever I say means I love you.
ABC/DOT DOSD-2029, 1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6463

Fascinato, Jack

 

Ernie looks at love (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-1542
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4224

A friend we have . (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-1272, [1959]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4076

Gather 'round . (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol Records T-1227, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3519

Hymns (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-756, [195-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3445

"Jesus loves me" .(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Pickwick. SPC-3275, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13795

My favourite things . (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-2444, [1966]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4110

My favourite things .(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Music for Pleasure MFP.5251, p1966.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11340

The new wave .(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol ST-218, [1969]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11352

Sing a spiritual with me .(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol STAO-1434, [1960]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13830

Spirituals. (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-818, [1962]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3446

Steve Lawrence meets Tennessee Ernie Ford.(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Camay CA-3007, [196-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11223

Tennessee Ernie Ford favorites.s (w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-841 [1957]
PERFORMERS: Tennessee Ernie Ford with orchestra and in part with chorus ; Jack Fascinato or Billy May, conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3447

This lusty land.(w/Tennessee Ernie Ford)
Capitol T-700, [1956]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4072

Feller, Dick.

 

Dick Feller wrote--
United Artists UA-LA094-F, p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6798

Fender, Freddie, 1937 - 2006

 

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Are you ready for Freddy.
ABC Dot Records DOSD 2044. 1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6462

Fiction Brothers.

 

Things are coming my way .
Flying Fish 204, p1979.
PERFORMERS: Performed by the Fiction Brothers ; with instrumental and vocal acc.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11384

Finn, Mickey.

 

Honky tonk piano .
Suffolk Marketing SMIC-151AS, p1988.
PERFORMERS: Mickey Finn or Big Tiny Little, pianos ; instrumental ensemble or orchestra.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2220M

First Edition

 

The First Edition '69.
Reprise Records RS 6328, [1969]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2474

Flatt, Lester.

 

Bluegrass banjo .
Everest Records FS-357, p1980.
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs, banjos ; with musicians.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4247

Foggy mountain breakdown.
Pickwick JS-6093 B, [197-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13999

Foggy mountain chimes.
Harmony HS 11401, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs, vocals and guitar/banjo, with instrumental and vocal ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11502

The Golden era..
Rounder Records P 13826. p1977.
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass music, songs and instrumentals; featuring Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 397

Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs: and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
Harmony HS 11314, [1969?]
PERFORMERS: Country and bluegrass songs for vocal duo with instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14003

Nashville airplane.
Columbia, [1968?]
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass songs performed by Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs with vocal and instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14001

Sacred songs.
Harmony HS 11202, [1967]
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass gospel hymns; performed by Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14000

Songs of the famous Carter Family.
Columbia CL 1664. [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1861

Songs to cherish.
Harmony HS 11265, [1968]
PERFORMERS: Country songs with vocal and instrumental ensemble; the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14002

The three pickers.
Rounder 116 610 526-2, p2003.
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, and Ricky Skaggs; with Alison Krauss; Kentucky Thunder; Richard Watson; Glen Duncan; and family and friends.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX11375

Wabash cannonball.
Harmony H 30932, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Songs; Lester Flatt, guitar; Earl Scruggs, banjo.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13952

See also: A bushel of 5 string banjos; Preachin', prayin', singin'

Flatt & Scruggs

 

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Country music.
Mercury MG-20358. [195-]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1873

Don't get above your raisin'.
Rounder P 14816, c1979.
PERFORMERS:: Lester Flatt, guitar and vocals ; Earl Scruggs, banjo ; Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4699

Foggy mountain banjo.
Columbia CS 8364, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt with the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6106

Foggy Mountain jamboree .
Columbia CL 1019, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1860

Forbes, Walter.

 

Ballads and bluegrass.
RCA Victor LSP 2472, c1962.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6634

Foggy Mountain Boys.

 

Foggy mountain banjo .
Columbia CS 8364, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt with the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6106

Foggy mountain breakdown .
Pickwick JS-6093 B, [197-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13999

Foggy Mountain jamboree .
Columbia CL 1019, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass songs with vocal and instrumental ensemble; Curly Seekler, vocals ; the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1860

The Golden era. .
Rounder Records P 13826. p1977.
PERFORMERS: Bluegrass music, songs and instrumentals; featuring Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 397

Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs: and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
Harmony HS 11314, [1969?]
PERFORMERS: Country and bluegrass songs for vocal duo with instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14003

Songs of the famous Carter Family. .
Columbia CL 1664. [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Mother Maybelle Carter, and the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1861

Songs to cherish .
Harmony HS 11265, [1968]
PERFORMERS: Country songs with vocal and instrumental ensemble; the Foggy Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 14002

See also: A bushel of 5 string banjos .

Tennessee Ernie Ford, 1919 - 1991

 

Bless your pea pickin' heart .
Pickwick/33 Records PC-3047, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Performed by Tennessee Ernie Ford ; with instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4122

Ernie looks at love
Capitol T-1542
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4224

Gather 'round .
Capitol Records T-1227, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3519

I can't help it if I'm still in love with you .
Pickwick/33 SPC-3118, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11351

My favorite things .
Capitol T-2444, [1966]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4110

My favourite things .
Music for Pleasure MFP.5251, p1966.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11340

The new wave .
Capitol ST-218, [1969]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11352

Sing a spiritual with me .
Capitol STAO-1434, [1960]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13830

Steve Lawrence meets Tennessee Ernie Ford.
Camay CA-3007, [196-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11223

Tennessee Ernie Ford .
Sears SP-427, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3513

Tennessee Ernie Ford. .
Everest FS-279. p1973.
PERFORMERS: Tennessee Ernie Ford with orchestra.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13667

Tennessee Ernie Ford--country .
Longines Symphonette Society SYS 5446, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Tennessee Ernie Ford, vocals; with the Longines Symphonette Society.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11480

Tennessee Ernie Ford favorites.
Capitol T-841 [1957]
PERFORMERS: Tennessee Ernie Ford with orchestra and in part with chorus ; Jack Fascinato or Billy May, conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3447

This lusty land.
Capitol T-700, [1956]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4072

See also:Country hits of the '40s and the UO Gospel Discography.

Forrester, Howdy.

 

The original talking blues man : with jug and washboard band .(w/ Robert Lunn.)
Starday SLP-228, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Robert Lunn, vocals, guitar ; Bashful Brother Oswald, dobro, banjo, jug and vocals ; Jimmy Riddle, harmonica, washboard, vocals ; Howdy Forrester, fiddle ; Gene Martin, guitar ; Junior Huskey, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2143

Fox, Curly.

 

Champion fiddler Curly Fox. Volume 2.
Rural Rhythm RRCF 252, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6942

Curly Fox and Texas Ruby.
Gusto SLP-235, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Curly Fox and Texas Ruby (Fox)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2073

Frazier, Dallas, 1939-

 

Singing my songs.
RCA Victor LSP-4338, [c1970]
PERFORMERS: Dallas Frazier with vocal and instrumental ensembles; Jordanaires ; The Nashville Edition.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6796

Fricke, Janie.

 

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I'll need someone to hold me when I cry.
Columbia JC 36820, 1980.
PERFORMERS: Janie Fricke with instrumental and vocal accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6795

Friedman, Kinky.

 

Sold American .
Vanguard VSD-79333, p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 12686

Fries, Bill

 

See: McCall, C. W.

Frizzell, Lefty, 1928-1975.

A website for Lefty Frizzell is at http://www.rockabillyhall.com/LeftyFrizzell.html

Lefty Frizzell's greatest hits.
Columbia CS 9288, [1966?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6808

See also: This land is your land

Frosty Mountain Boys.

 

Mama likes blue grass music .
Rural Rhythm RRFM 159, [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Raymond Fairchild, banjo and the Frosty Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1997
 

G

Gaines, Newton.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Garrish, Sonny

 

See: The Kendalls

Garvey, Pat.

 

Mr. & Mrs. Garvey.
Epic BN 26403, [1968?]
PERFORMERS: Pat and Victoria Garvey
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2158

Garvey, Victoria

 

Mr. & Mrs. Garvey .
Epic BN 26403, [1968?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2158

Gayle, Crystal, 1951-

 

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Cage the songbird .
Warner Bros. Records 1-23958, c1983.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13928

Nobody wants to be alone .
Warner Bros. Records 1-25154, 1985.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 13929

"Somebody loves you".
United Artists UA-LA543-G. p1975.
PERFORMERS: Crystal Gayle, vocals, with accompanying instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6991

Geezinslaw Brothers.

 

Can you believe-- the Geezinslaw Brothers!
Capitol ST-2570, [1966?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6807

My dirty, lowdown, rotten, cotton-pickin', little darlin' .
Capitol ST-2771, [1967]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6806

Gerrard, Alice, 1934-

 

See: O Sister

Gibson, Don, 1928-

 

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Warm love.
Hickory HR-4503, p1972, p1973.
PERFORMERS: Don Gibson and Sue Thompson, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6685

Gilley, Mickey.

 

All my best .
CSP P 16198, p1982.
PERFORMERS: Mickey Gilley, vocals ; with other musicians.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 12192

Paradise . (w/ Charly McClain.)
Epic FE 38584, p1983.
PERFORMERS: Country songs; in part with Mickey Gilley.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6780

Gillum, Jazz.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Gordon, Larry.

 

"San Antonio Rose" and other country favorites .
RCA Camden CAS 2205, [1968]
PERFORMERS: Sons of the Pioneers with instrumental accompaniment ; Larry Gordon, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11359

Graves, Josh.(Uncle Josh), 1927 - 2006

 

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Sing away the pain.
CMH Records CMH-6233, p1979.
PERFORMERS: Josh Graves, vocals, dobro ; with accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6716

Smokin' bluegrass . (w/ Bobby Smith)
CMH Records CMH 6225, c1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6607

Sweet sunny South.
CMH Records CMH-6209, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Josh Graves and Bobby Smith, vocals, guitars ; with the Boys from Shiloh.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6844

See also: That dobro sound's goin' 'round

Green, Clarence

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Gregg Galbreath

 

See: The Kendalls

Greenbriar Boys.

 

Better late than never! .
Vanguard VSD-79233, c1966.
PERFORMERS: The Greenbriar Boys (Bob Yellin, banjo; John Herald, guitar; Frank Wakefield, mandolin; Jim Buchanan, fiddle; Russ Savakus, bass)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 10887

Greene, Jack.

 

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There's a whole lot about a woman a man don't know.
Decca DL75283, c1971.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6684

Greer, Jim.

 

Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks: stars of the W.W.V.A. Jamboree.
Rural Rhythm RRJG 161, [198-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2103

Log cabin songs.
Rural Rhythm RR Greer 133, [198-]
PERFORMERS: Jim Greer and the Mac-o-Chee Valley Folks.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2101

Stars of the WWVA Jamboree.
Rural Rhythm RR Greer 152, [198-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim Greer and the Mac-O-Chee Valley Folks.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2102

Griffith, Nanci.

 

Little love affairs .
MCA MCAD-42102, p1988.
PERFORMERS: Nanci Griffith, vocals and acoustic guitar, with accompaniment.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2633

The MCA years : a retrospective.
MCA Records MCAD-10914, p1993.
PERFORMERS: Nanci Griffith, acoustic guitar, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2615

Once in a very blue moon .
Philo PHILO CD 1096, p1986.
PERFORMERS: Nanci Griffith, acoustic guitar, lead and harmony vocals ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2611

One fair summer evening .
MCA Records MCA-42255, p1988.
PERFORMERS: Songs, written by Nanci Griffith and others.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2446

Other voices, other rooms .
Elektra 61464-2, p1993.
PERFORMERS: Nanci Griffith, guitar, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX213

Other voices, too : (a trip back toBountiful) .
Elektra 62235-2, p1998.
PERFORMERS: Nanci Griffith, vocals, guitar ; with additional musicians.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4806

Grisman, David.

 

Doc & Dawg .
Acoustic Disc ACD-25, p1997.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX10430

Guthrie, Jack.

 

Jack Guthrie and his greatest songs.
Capitol T-2456 [1966?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2035

See also:Country hits of the '40s

Guthrie, Woody, 1912 - 1967

 

See also: Smithsonian Folkways American roots collection .
 

H

 

Haggard, Merle, 1937-

 

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The best of the best of Merle Haggard.
Capitol ST 11082, [1972]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6817

Branded man.
Capitol ST-2789, [1967]
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard, with the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6727

The Fightin' side of me.
Capitol SN-16278. [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard, with Bonnie Owens and the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4686

I love Dixie blues: (so I recorded live in New Orleans)
Capitol ST-11200, p1973.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and the Strangers, with the Dixieland Express.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6464

I'm a lonesome fugitive.
Capitol ST 2702, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and The Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6704

Just between the two of us.
Capitol ST-2453, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Bonnie Owens, Merle Haggard, vocals ; with the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6748

Keep movin' on.
Capitol ST-511365, p1975.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6682

Mama tried.
Capitol ST-2972, [1968]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6827

Merle Haggard and the Strangers presents his 30th album.
Capitol R 112858. p1974.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6828

My love affair with trains.
Capitol ST-511544, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard with the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6683

Okie from Muskogee.
Capitol ST-384, [1981?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6723

Poncho & Lefty.
Epic FE 37958, p1982.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard, Willie Nelson, vocals, guitar; with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6787

The Roots of my raising.
Capitol ST 511586. p1976.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and The Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6786

Swinging doors and the bottle let me down.
Capitol ST-2585, [1966?]
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard and the Strangers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6726

A taste of yesterday's wine.
Epic FE 38203, p1982.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard, George Jones, vocals and guitar, with instrumental and vocal acc.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6566

Hale, Travis B.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Hall, Connie.

 

Country songs.
Vocalion VL 73752, [1965]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6822

Hall, Tom T.

 

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Faster horses.
Mercury SRM-1-1076. p1976.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6764

Greatest hits. Volumes I & II .
Mercury 810 462-2, 1983.
PERFORMERS: Tom T. Hall, guitar and vocals.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX4266

Greatest hits : volume II.
Mercury SRM-1-1044, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6765

Hall Brothers

 

See: Native American ballads.

Hamilton, George, 1937- (IV)

 

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Early morning rain: [and other Gordon Lightfoot songs]
RCA/Camden CAS-2468, [1971]
PERFORMERS: George Hamilton IV, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2496

Hammond, John, 1942-

 

Country blues.
Vanguard VSD-79198. [1965]
PERFORMERS: Sung by John Hammond accompanying himself on electric guitar and mouth organ.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 10214

Harrell, Bill.

 

Dear old Dixie . (w/ Don Reno)
CMH Records CMH 6201, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Principally songs; Don Reno, vocals, banjo; Bill Harrell, vocals,guitar; Tennessee Cut-ups; with guest instrumentalists.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6677

Home in the mountains . (w/ Don Reno)
CMH Records CMH-6216, p1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6783

Harrell, Kelly.

 

See: Native American ballads.

Harris, Emmylou, 1947-

 

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Blue Kentucky girl.
Warner Bros. BSK-3318, 1979.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6597

Quarter moon in a ten cent town.
Warner Bros. Records. BSK 3141. 1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6596

Roses in the snow.
Warner Brothers Records BSK 3422. 1980.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 5395

Hart, Freddie.

 

The first time.
Capitol ST.5 11449, p1975.
PERFORMERS: Freddie Hart, with the Heartbeats.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6739

Harvey, Roy

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Hawker, Ginny.

 

See: O Sister

Hawkins, Hawkshaw, 1921-1963.

 

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16 greatest hits of Hawkshaw Hawkins.
Starday SD 3013, p1977.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2182

Haynes, Henry

 

See: Homer and Jethro

Haynes, Walter.

 

See: Stars of the steel guitar

Heartbeats

 

The first time . (w/ Freddie Hart.)
Capitol ST.5 11449, p1975.
PERFORMERS: Country songs ; Freddie Hart, with the Heartbeats.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6739

Hensley, Larry

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Hill, Tommy.

 

See: That's truck drivin'

Hillbilly Boy

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Hobbs, Cliff

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Holt, David.

 

Legacy .
High Windy Audio HW1258, p2002.
PERFORMERS: Doc Watson, vocals, guitar, harmonica ; David Holt, vocals,banjo, slide guitar, harmonica, hambone, mouth bow ; Richard Watson, guitar
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX10628

Homer and Jethro.

 

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Barefoot ballads.
RCA Victor LPM 1412, [1957]
PERFORMERS: Homer and Jethro (i.e. Kenneth Burns and Henry Haynes)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2032

Life can be miserable.
RCA Victor LPM 1880, 1959.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2034

The old crusty minstrels.
RCA Victor LPM 3462, [1965]
PERFORMERS:: Homer & Jethro (i.e. Kenneth Burns and Henry Haynes) with vocal and instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 2081

Their version of the standards.
King 639, [1960]
PERFORMERS: Henry "Homer" Haynes and Kenneth "Jethro" Burns)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2031

The Worst of Homer and Jethro.
RCA Victor LPM 1560. [1958]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2033

Horton, Johnny.

 

Country style.

PERFORMERS: Johnny Horton, Billy Barton, Don Hughes. Crown Records 290, [196-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6700

The fantastic Johnny Horton.
Mercury MG-20478, [1959]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2045

Honky-tonk man.
Columbia CL 1721, [1962?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2046

Johnny Horton makes history.
Columbia CS 8269 [1960?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6701

Johnny Horton's greatest hits.
Columbia CL 1596, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1878

The Voice of Johnny Horton.
Hilltop Records JM-6012, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2094

See also: This land is your land

Hot Rize

 

Radio boogie.
Flying Fish Records FF 231, 1981.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4231

Houston, Cisco

 

Cisco Houston sings songs of the open road.
Folkways Records FA 2480. 1960.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1749

Howard, Jan

 

Bill and Jan (or Jan and Bill) .
MCA Records DL7-5293, 1971.
PERFORMERS: Bill Anderson, Jan Howard, vocals ; with accompanying performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6680

Hughes, Don.

 

Country style .
Crown Records 290, 1996-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6700

Huguely, Jay

 

See: Maggard, Cledus

Huskey, Junior.

 

The original talking blues man : with jug and washboard band .(w/ Robert Lunn.)
Starday SLP-228, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Robert Lunn, vocals, guitar ; Bashful Brother Oswald, dobro, banjo, jug and vocals ; Jimmy Riddle, harmonica, washboard, vocals ; Howdy Forrester, fiddle ; Gene Martin, guitar ; Junior Huskey, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2143

Husky, Ferlin

 

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Ferlin Husky sings Ole Opry favorites.
Hilltop JM-6005, [1962?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2088

The hits of Ferlin Husky.
Pickwick SPC 3651, p1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6761
 

Hutchison, Frank

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938): a lighter shade of blue.
 

I

 


Indios Tabajaras.

Country guitar & piano: featuring Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer. .
RCA Special Products DPL3-0202-1--DPL3-0202-3, 1975.
PERFORMERS: Chet Atkins, guitar; Floyd Cramer, piano ; in part with Los Indios Tabajaras.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1632
 

Inman, Autry.

 

Autry Inman.
Guest Star G 1438, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Autry Inman, vocals, guitar ; with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2181

J

J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers

 

See:"Maple on the hill" and other old time country favorites.

Jack Halloran Singers.

 

My favorite things .
Capitol T-2444, [1966]
PERFORMERS: Jack Halloran Choir and Jack Fascinato, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4110

My favourite things .
Music for Pleasure MFP.5251, p1966.
PERFORMERS: Tennessee Ernie Ford, vocals ; Jack Halloran Choir ; Jack Fascinato, arranger-conductor.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11340

Jackson, Clarence.

 

Clarence Jackson.
Rural Rhythm RR Jack 131, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Clarence "Hounddog" Jackson, dobro guitar ; Fiddling Mutt Poston and the Farm Hands ; Red Ferrell, guitar ; William Smith, hot wire electric steel guitar ; J.Q. Spell, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 1454

James Wall sings Carter Family favorites .
Rural Rhythm RRJW 175, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: James Wall, vocals, guitar ; Red White, guitar ; Clarence Jackson, dobro guitar ; with the Country Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2110

Red White and the Country Gospel Singers .
Rural Rhythm RR White 136, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Red White and the Country Gospel Singers ; also featuring Clarence Jackson, dobro guitar, banjo.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2107

Jackson, Shot.

 

Bluegrass dobro.
Cumberland MGC-29513, [196-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 864

Jackson, Stonewall.

 

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Stonewall Jackson country.
Columbia CS 9562, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6859

Stonewall Jackson's greatest hits.
Columbia CS 9177, [1965]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6768

See also: Stars of the steel guitar and That dobro sound's goin' 'round

Jackson, Tommy

 

Tommy Jackson's square dance fiddle favorites: without calls.
Mercury Records MG 20346, [197-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2074

Jacobs, Slim.

 

See: That's truck drivin'

James, Sonny.

 

The best of Sonny James.
Capitol ST-2615, [1966]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 615

A little bit south of Saskatoon/Little band of gold.
Columbia Records KC 33428, p1975.
PERFORMERS:: Sonny James and his Southern Gentlemen
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6797

Jennings, Waylon, 1937 - 2002

 

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Honky tonk heroes.
RCA Victor APL 1-0240 p1973.
PERFORMERS: Waylon Jennings; country songs; Billy Joe Shaver, principal composer.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2489

It's only rock & roll.
RCA Records AHL1 4673, 1983.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 5422

Ruby, don't take your love to town .
RCA Camden CAS 2608, 1973.
PERFORMERS: Waylon Jennings, guitar and vocals with instrumental accompaniment; vocal accompaniment by the Waylors on song 3.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 12191

Jim and Jesse.

 

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The all-time great country instrumentals.
Epic BN 26394, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim and Jesse, guitars.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7014

Bluegrass special.
Epic BN 26031, c1963.
PERFORMERS: Jim and Jesse and the Virginia Boys.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6772

Diesel on my tail.
Epic BN 26314, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Jim and Jesse McReynolds, vocals and instruments ; with additional accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6762

See also: Preachin', prayin', singin' .

Johnnie and Jack.

 

Hits by Johnnie and Jack.
RCA LPM 2017 [1960]
PERFORMERS: Johnnie (Wright) and Jack (Anglin).
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2003

Johnnie and Jack sing Poison love, and other country favorites.
RCA Camden CAL 747, c1963.
PERFORMERS: Johnnie Wright and Jack Anglin.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2004

Johnson, Lois

 

Lois Johnson.
20th Century T-465, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7009

Jones, Carol Elizabeth, 1960-

 

See: O Sister

Jones, George, 1931-

 

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Blue moon of Kentucky.
United Artists ST-90832, [196-]
PERFORMERS: George Jones, Melba Montgomery, vocals ; with assisting performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6564

George Jones greatest hits.
Mercury SR-60621, [1961]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6569

George Jones' greatest hits, vol. II.
Mercury SR-61048, [196-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6563

George Jones sings.
Starday SLP-101, [195-]
PERFORMERS: Jeannette Hicks and George Jones.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2006

George Jones sings country and western hits.
Mercury SR-60624, [1961]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6568

George Jones sings the songs of Dallas Frazier.
Musicor MS-3149, [1968?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6565

Greatest hits.
Epic KE 34716. p1977.
PERFORMERS: George Jones and Tammy Wynette, with instrumental and vocal accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6571

I'm a people.
Musicor Records MS 3099, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: George Jones, vocals, guitar ; with vocal accompaniment by The Jordanaires.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6836

The race is on.
United Artists ST 90829 , 1965.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6570

Shine on.
Epic Records FE 38406, 1983.
PERFORMERS: George Jones, vocals ; with vocal and instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6567

Still the same ole me.
Epic FE 37106, 1981.
PERFORMERS: George Jones, vocals ; with instrumental and vocal ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6573

A taste of yesterday's wine .
Epic FE 38203, p1982.
PERFORMERS: Merle Haggard, George Jones, vocals and guitar, with instrumental and vocal acc.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6566

Together again.
Epic Records JE 36764, c1980.
PERFORMERS: George Jones and Tammy Wynette, vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6572

See also: Nashville on my mind

Jones, Grandpa, 1913 - 1998

 

Grandpa Jones makes the rafters ring.
Monument M 4006, [195-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2146

Grandpa Jones' old time country music collection.
CMH Records CMH-9010. p1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1614

Grandpa Jones sings his greatest hits.
King 554, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6722

The Grandpa Jones story.
CMH Records CMH-9007, p1976.
PERFORMERS: Grandpa Jones with Ramona & Brown's Ferry Four.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1613

Grandpa Jones' yodeling hits.
Monument SLP 18001, [195-?]
PERFORMERS: Grandpa Jones, vocals ; with ensemble, featuring Ray Edenton, flat top guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6970

The other side of Grandpa Jones.
King K 888, [1964]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2066

16 sacred gospel songs.
King K-822, c1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2067

24 great country songs that will live forever.
King K 967, c1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6721

Jones, Ramona.

 

Lady's fancy.
County Records CO-783, p. 1984.
PERFORMERS: Ramona Jones, fiddle ; with assisting performers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6636

Jordan, Jerry.

 

Phone call from God.
MCA Records MCA-473, p1975.
PERFORMERS: Jerry Jordan, vocals, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7010

Jordanaires

 

A friend we have .
Capitol T-1272, [1959]
PERFORMERS: Jack Fascinato, conductor and arranger.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 4076

I'm a believer . (w/ Jean Shepard.)
United Artists UA-LA525-G, p1975.
PERFORMERS: Country songs with ensemble; Jordanaires, background vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6881

I'm a people . (w/ George Jones.)
Musicor Records MS 3099, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: George Jones, vocals, guitar ; with vocal accompaniment by The Jordanaires.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6836

Showcase .
Decca DL 4202, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Patsy Cline, vocals ; with the Jordanaires.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 3438

Singing my songs . (w/ Dallas Frazier.)
RCA Victor LSP-4338, [c1970]
PERFORMERS: Country songs written and performed by Dallas Frazier with vocal and instrumental ensembles; Jordanaires ; The Nashville Edition.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6796

Sunday morning with Charley Pride.
RCA Victor APL1-1359. p1976.
PERFORMERS: Gospel music; sung by Charley Pride with vocal accompaniment by The Jordanaires and The Nashville Edition.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8615

A sweeter love: featuring Thanks for the mem'ries
Columbia KC 31720, p1972.
PERFORMERS: Country songs with the Jordanaires, background vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6461

When tragedy struck . (w/ Hank Snow.)
RCA Victor LPM 1861, [1959]
PERFORMERS: Country songs; Hank Snow, vocals ; with the Rainbow Ranch Boys and background vocals by the Jordanaires.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2134

See also: This land is your land

Justis, Bill.

 

Raunchy & other great instrumentals
Sun SUN-109, [197-?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6474
 

K

Kallick, Kathy.

 

See: O Sister

Keillor, Garrison, 1942-

 

The family radio.
Minnesota Public Radio PHC 606, 1982.
SUMMARY Original songs and monologues by Garrison Keillor alternating with selections from A Prairie Home Companion.
PERFORMERS: Bruce Allard, Greg Brown, Bill Evans, Cal Hand, Garrison Keillor, Kate MacKenzie, Red Maddock, Barb Montoro, Dave Moore, Peter Ostroushko, Dick Reeds, Vern Sutton, Butch Thompson, Robin & Linda
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1419

A Prairie home companion anniversary album.
Prairie Home Companion PHC 404, 1980.
PERFORMERS: Garrison Keillor, The Powdermilk Biscuit Band (Adam Granger, Bob Douglas, Mary DuShane, Dick Rees), Bill Hinkley, Soupy Schindler, Peter Ostroushko, Tim Hennessey, Molly Mason, Judy Larson, Charlie Maguire, Vern Sutton, William Huckaby, Phillip Brunelle, Sean Blackburn, Dakota Dave Hull, Butch Thompson, Jim Craig, LeRoy Larson, Mike Craver, Claudia Schmidt, Thlema Buckner, Minnesota Gospel Twins, Bill Staines.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds A1420
 

Kendall, Jeannie

 

See: The Kendalls

Kendall, Royce

 

See: The Kendalls

The Kendalls

 

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Just like real people.
Ovation Records OV 1739. p1978.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6990

Old fashioned love.
Ovation Records OV-1733. 1978.
PERFORMERS: The Kendalls (Jeannie Kendall, Royce Kendall, vocals ; Ron Oates, piano ; Sonny Garrish, Weldon Myrick, steel guitar ; Fred Carter, Gregg Galbreath, acoustic guitar ; Jack Ross, Steve Schaeffer, bass ; Jerry Kroon, Clay Caire, drums)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7011

Kentucky Thunder

 

The three pickers .
Rounder 116 610 526-2, p2003.
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, and Ricky Skaggs; with Alison Krauss; Kentucky Thunder; Richard Watson; Glen Duncan; and family and friends.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX11375

Kerwin, Jim, 1952-

 

Doc & Dawg .
Acoustic Disc ACD-25, p1997.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX10430

Kincaid, Bradley.

 

See:"Maple on the hill" and other old time country favorites. and Native American ballads.

Knuckles, Red

 

Hot Rize presents Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers.
Flying Fish 279, 1982.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 4615

Krauss, Alison, 1971-

 

Alison Krauss + Union Station live .
Rounder 11661-0515-2, p2002.
PERFORMERS: Alison Krauss, vocals, fiddle; Union Station (Dan Tyminski, guitar, mandolin, vocals; Jerry Douglas, dobro; Ron Block, banjo, guitar, vocals; Barry Bales, bass, vocals); with Larry Atamanuik, drums.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11135

The bargain store (w/ Dolly Parton) .          
RCA Victor APL1-0950
PERFORMERS: Dolly Parton, vocals; with the Lea Jane Singers.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6577

Now that I've found you .
Rounder RCD-325 , p1995
PERFORMERS: Alison Krauss, vocals, fiddle, viola ; Union Station (Barry Bales, bass ; Adam Steffey, mandolin ; Ron Block, banjo ; Tim Stafford, guitar) ; The Cox Family ; additional musicians.
Doug Circ  COMPACT DISC CX14391
 

The three pickers .
Rounder 116 610 526-2, p2003.
PERFORMERS: Earl Scruggs, Doc Watson, and Ricky Skaggs; with Alison Krauss; Kentucky Thunder; Richard Watson; Glen Duncan; and family and friends
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX11375

See also: O Sister

Kristofferson, Kris.

 

Me and Bobby McGee .
Monument Z 30817, [1971?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11499

Kroon, Jerry

 

See: The Kendalls
 

L

La Costa.

 

With all my love.
Capitol ST-511391, p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7012

Laine, Frankie, 1913-2007

 

See: The gentlemen sing...

Lang, k. d. (Kathy Dawn), 1961-

 

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Absolute torch and twang.
Sire 9 25877-2, p1989.
PERFORMERS: K.D. Lang, vocals ; Reclines.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2072

Lauderdale, Jim, 1957-

 

Lost in the lonesome pines .
Dualtone Music Group 80302-01125-2, p2002.
PERFORMERS: Jim Lauderdale ; Ralph Stanley ; Clinch Mountain Boys.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX10612

Lawrence, Jack, guitarist.

 

Doc & Dawg .
Acoustic Disc ACD-25, p1997.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX10430

Lawrence, Steve, 1935-

 

Steve Lawrence meets Tennessee Ernie Ford .
Camay CA-3007, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Popular or honky tonk songs with instrumental ensemble; side one performed by Steve Lawrence ; side two performed by Tennessee Ernie Ford.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 11223

Lea Jane Singers.

 

Love is like a butterfly.(w/Dolly Parton)
RCA Victor APL 1-0712. p1974.
PERFORMERS: Country songs ; sung by Dolly Parton, with vocal accompaniment by the Lea Jane Singers and instrumental ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6578

Say forever you'll be mine.
RCA Victor. APL1-1116. p1975.
PERFORMERS: Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton; vocal accompaniment by The Lea Jane Singers and The Nashville Edition.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6580

Lee, Brenda, 1944-

 

Brenda Lee .
MCA Records MSC2-35462 ; p1993.
PERFORMERS: Brenda Lee, vocals ; with chorus and instrumental acc.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2142M tape 1+ 2

Lee, Dickey

 

Dickey Lee.
Mercury SRM-1-5020. p1979.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6993

Lewis, Jerry Lee

 

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The Essential Jerry Lee Lewis.
Charly Records CRM 2001. [197-?]
PERFORMERS: Jerry Lee Lewis, piano and vocals with instrumental and vocal accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 341

Lewis, Laurie, 1950-

 

See: O Sister

Linneman, Hoss.

 

See: That dobro sound's goin' 'round

Little, Tiny.

 

Honky tonk piano .
Suffolk Marketing SMIC-151AS, p1988.
PERFORMERS: Mickey Finn or Big Tiny Little, pianos ; instrumental ensemble or orchestra.
DOUGLASS CASSETTE 2220M

Locklin, Hank.

 

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Foreign love.
RCA Victor LPM 1673 , [1958]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2161

Hank Locklin.
RCA Camden CAL 705, [1962]
PERFORMERS: Hank Locklin, guitar and vocals.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2159

Please help me, I'm falling.
RCA Victor LPM 2291, [1960]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2160

Log Cabin Boys.

 

Blue grass favorites by the Log Cabin Boys.
Rural Rhythm R.R.L.C.B. 184, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Log Cabin Boys (Bill Phillips, fiddle ; Edward "Shorty" Eager, banjo ; Charles King, Charles Conard, guitars ; Jay Haney, bass)
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2276

Lonesome Pine Fiddlers.

 

The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers.
Starday SLP-155, [195-]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2167

See also: Preachin', prayin', singin' .

Lonzo and Oscar.

 

America's greatest country comedians.
Starday SLP-119, [1961?]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2187

Country music time.
Starday SLP-244, [1963?]
PERFORMERS: ; Lonzo (John R. Sullivan) and Oscar (Ronald Sullivan), with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2188

Lonzo and Oscar : country comedy.
Hilltop JM-6021, [1964]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2186

Mountain dew.
Columbia CS 9587, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lonzo (Johnny Sullivan) and Oscar (Ronald Sullivan); with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6773

Louvin Brothers.

 

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Encore.
Capitol T-1547, [1961]r.
PERFORMERS: Ira and Charlie Louvin, vocals, guitar.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2168

Ira and Charlie: The Louvin Brothers.
Capitol T910, [1957]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2170

A tribute to the Delmore Brothers.
Capitol T-1449, [1960]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2169

Lovett, Lyle, 1957-

 

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Pontiac.
MCA Records/Curb Records MCAD-42028, p1987.
PERFORMERS: Lyle Lovett, vocals, acoustic guitar ; with vocal and instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS COMPACT DISC CX2071

Lowery, "Ramblin" Red

 

See: White country blues (1926-1938) . : a lighter shade of blue.

Lulu Belle and Scotty.

 

The sweethearts of country music.
Starday SLP 206, [196-]
PERFORMERS: Lulu Belle and Scotty Wiseman.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2185

Sweethearts still.
Starday SLP-351, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Lulu Belle and Scotty, vocals and instruments ; with ensemble.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2184

Lunn, Robert.

 

The original talking blues man: with jug and washboard band.
Starday SLP-228, [196-?]
PERFORMERS: Robert Lunn, vocals, guitar ; Bashful Brother Oswald, dobro, banjo, jug and vocals ; Jimmy Riddle, harmonica, washboard, vocals ; Howdy Forrester, fiddle ; Gene Martin, guitar ; Junior Huskey, bass.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMdl 2143

Lynch, Claire.

 

See: O Sister

Lynn, Loretta, 1935-

 

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Back to the country.
MCA Records MCA 471. p1975.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6469

Don't come home a drinkin' (with lovin' on your mind)
Decca ST-91166, [1967]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 7017

Dynamic duo.
MCA 2278. p1977.
PERFORMERS: Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6622

I lie.
MCA Records MCA-5293, 1982..
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6628

I remember Patsy
MCA Records MCA-2265. [1977] Reminiscences by Loretta Lynn about Patsy Cline on container.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6627

Loretta & Conway sing the great country hits.
TVP records TVP-1010-KO p 1976.
PERFORMERS: Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6621

Loretta Lynn's greatest hits.
MCA Records, MCA-1 [1972]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6629

Loretta Lynn's greatest hits, vol. 2.
MCA Records MCA-420. p1974.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6630

Love is the foundation.
MCA Records MCA 355, p1973.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6626

One's on the way.
Decca DL 75334. [1972]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6499

Singin' with feelin' .
Decca ST-91396 , [1968]
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6624

They don't make 'em like my daddy.
MCA Records ; MCA-444, 1974.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6625

Van Lear Rose .
Interscope Records B0002513-02, p2004.
PERFORMERS: Loretta Lynn, vocals; with the Do Whaters and assisting musicians.
DOUGLASS CIRC. COMPACT DISC CX11535

The Very best of Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty.
MCA Records MCA-3164. p1979.
PERFORMERS: Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty, with instrumental accompaniment.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6623

The Wilburn Brothers show .
Decca Records DL 74721, [196-?].
PERFORMERS: Featuring the Wilburn Brothers, Harold Morrison, Loretta Lynn, and Ernest Tubb.
DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 6855

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