Monday, November 07, 2005

Hank Williams: Chronological and Alphabetical Discography

black = "official" studio recordings
blue = radio performances
green = "Luke the Drifter" material (Christian orientation)
red = demos alone with guitar (songs categorized "radio or demo" are listed here)
purple = demos with band
brown = overdubbed demos

* = written by Hank Williams (sole composer)
(*) = written by Hank Williams (co-writer)
x = written by Fred Rose
*x = written by Williams/Rose

References to tracks and Discs refer to the ten-CD box Set: The Complete Hank Williams (1998)

Other recent Hank Williams CDs include (with amazon links):

Turn Back the Years: The Essential Hank Williams (2005)
Gold (2005)
48 Original Recordings (2003)
The Ultimate Collection (2002) [appears to be identical to Gold]
Beyond the Sunset ("Luke the Drifter") (2001)
Alone With His Guitar (2000)
20th Century Masters: The Best of Hank Williams (1999)
Live at the Grand Ole Opry (1999)
Lovesick Blues (1999)
Low Down Blues (1996)
Health and Happiness Shows (1993)

Chronological Discography

1939-1942

HAPPY ROVIN' COWBOY (Bob Nolan) (1939 - 1940) - make-believe radio recording (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 5)
FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES (Traditional, arranged by Roy Acuff) (Late 1940) - pseudo radio station recording (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 2 on Disc 5)
*I'M NOT COMING HOME ANYMORE (Apr 7 1942) - demo recorded at Griffin's Radio Shop, Mongomery (Polydor 847 194) - Track 4 on Disc 5
I AIN'T GONNA LOVE YOU ANY MORE (Ernest Tubb) (Ca. 1942) - demo recorded at Griffin's Radio Shop, Montgomery (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 5)

1946

*CALLING YOU (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 201) - Track 1 on Disc 1
*NEVER AGAIN (WILL I KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR) (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 201) - Track 2 on Disc 1
*WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 3 on Disc 1
*WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 4 on Disc 1

1947

*I DON'T CARE (IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 208) - Track 5 on Disc 1
*MY LOVE FOR YOU (HAS TURNED TO HATE) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 208) - Track 6 on Disc 1
*PAN AMERICAN (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 210) - Track 8 on Disc 1
*I SAW THE LIGHT (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10271) - Track 10 on Disc 1
*(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 11 on Disc 1
*MOVE IT ON OVER (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 9 on Disc 1
*SIX MORE MILES (TO THE GRAVEYARD) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10271) - Track 12 on Disc 1
FLY TROUBLE (Honey Wilds/Bunny Biggs/Fred Rose) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10073) - Track 13 on Disc 1
xI'M SATISFIED WITH YOU (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 11768) - Track 14 on Disc 1
(*)ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD PONTCHARTRAIN (Hank Williams/Ramona Vincent) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10073) - Track 15 on Disc 1
*HONKY TONKIN' (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10171) - Track 19 on Disc 1
*I CAN'T GET YOU OFF OF MY MIND (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording MGM 10328) - Track 17 on Disc 1
*I'M A LONG GONE DADDY (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10212) - Track 18 on Disc 1
xROOTIE TOOTIE (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 16 on Disc 1
*BLUES COME AROUND, The (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10212) - Track 21 on Disc 1
*I'LL BE A BACHELOR 'TIL I DIE (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10171) - Track 1 on Disc 2
*xMANSION ON THE HILL, A (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10328) - Track 22 on Disc 1
*MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 20 on Disc 1
*I'M SO TIRED OF IT ALL (1947) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 20 on Disc 5)
*YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART (1947) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 19 on Disc 5)


1947-1948

*HONKY TONK BLUES (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B1) - Track 17 on Disc 5
*I TOLD A LIE TO MY HEART (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 track B4) - Track 9 on Disc 5
*I WATCHED MY DREAM WORLD CRUMBLE LIKE CLAY (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 track B1) - Track 8 on Disc 5
*IN MY DREAMS YOU STILL BELONG TO ME (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (Arhoolie EP 548) - Track 11 on Disc 5
*MOTHER IS GONE (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A6) - Track 10 on Disc 5
*WON'T YOU SOMETIMES THINK OF ME (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A1) - Track 6 on Disc 5
*WHY SHOULD I CRY (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A2) - Track 7 on Disc 5

1948

(*)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)
LOVESICK BLUES (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10352) - Track 3 on Disc 2
*THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 2 on Disc 2

1948-1949

*HEAVEN HOLDS ALL MY TREASURES (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A2) - Track 15 on Disc 7
(*)HONEY, DO YOU LOVE ME, HUH (Hank Williams/Curley Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - with Curley Williams & band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 7)
*HOUSE OF GOLD, A (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 752) - Track 17 on Disc 7
(*)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
(*)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

1949

*ALONE AND FORSAKEN (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12029) - Track 14 on Disc 7
AT THE FIRST FALL OF SNOW (Lorene Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12077) - Track 7 on Disc 6
BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON, The (Roy Acuff/Odell McLeod) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12127) - Track 14 on Disc 6
x BLUE LOVE (IN MY HEART) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12332) - Track 10 on Disc 6
COOL WATER (Bob Nolan) (Jan/May 1949) - from Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 2 on Disc 7)
DEVIL'S TRAIN, The (Mel Foree/Cliff Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed Apr 20 1960 (MGM E-3850) - Track 12 on Disc 7
DIXIE CANNONBALL (Gene Autry/Red Foley/Vaughn Horton) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 10 on Disc 7)
DON'T DO IT DARLING (Zeke Manners) (Jan/May 1949) - radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 6)
xFADED LOVE AND WINTER ROSES (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 11928) - Track 2 on Disc 6
FIRST YEAR BLUES (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 4 on Disc 7)
I WISH I HAD A NICKEL (W.S.Barnhart/Tommy Sutton) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12244) - Track 5 on Disc 6
I'M FREE AT LAST (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track B3) - Track 9 on Disc 6
IT JUST DON'T MATTER NOW (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 827 531) - Track 11 on Disc 6
LEAVE ME ALONE WITH THE BLUES (Joe Pope) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 6 on Disc 8
LITTLE PAPER BOY (Jim Anglin/Johnny Wright) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 823 695) - Track 12 on Disc 6
MY MAIN TRIAL IS YET TO COME (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 7)
xNO ONE WILL EVER KNOW (Mel Foree/Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 22 on Disc 7
OLD HOME, The (Jackie Earls) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 13 on Disc 7
PLEASE DON'T LET ME LOVE YOU (Ralph Jones) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 11928) - Track 3 on Disc 6
ROCK MY CRADLE ONCE AGAIN (Johnny Bond/Billy Folger) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D3) - Track 18 on Disc 6
ROCKIN' CHAIR MONEY (Lonnie Glosson/Bill Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 7)
xROLY POLY (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 7)
*SINGING WATERFALL (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12332) - Track 18 on Disc 7
SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12077) - Track 13 on Disc 6
SUNDOWN AND SORROW (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 11 on Disc 7
SWING WIDE YOUR GATE OF LOVE (Hank Thompson) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 9 on Disc 7
TENNESSEE BORDER (Jimmie Work) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 3 on Disc 7)
xTHANK GOD (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12127) - Track 17 on Disc 6
xTHERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES (Fred Rose/Zeb Turner)(Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12244) - Track 4 on Disc 6
xWAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 7)
xWALTZ OF THE WIND, The (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 6 on Disc 6
xWE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Jan/May 1949 - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 7 on Disc 7)
WITH TEARS IN MY EYES (Paul Howard) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 16 on Disc 6
YOU CAUSED IT ALL BY TELLING LIES (Clyde Moody) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 6)
LOST HIGHWAY (Leon Payne) (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 6 on Disc 2
*MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10609) - Track 7 on Disc 2
*MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 11 on Disc 2
*YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 12 on Disc 2
I'VE JUST TOLD MAMA GOODBYE (Slim Sweet/Curley Kinsey) (Mar 20 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10401) - Track 15 on Disc 2
WEDDING BELLS (Claude Boone) (Mar 20 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10401) - Track 14 on Disc 2
LOVESICK BLUES (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jun 18 1949) - debut from the Prince Albert Opry (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 10)
*WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY (Spring 1949) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 12 on Disc 5)
*HOUSE WITHOUT LOVE, A (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10696) - Track 17 on Disc 2
*I JUST DON'T LIKE THIS KIND OF LIVIN' (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10609) - Track 18 on Disc 2
*I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10560) - Track 16 on Disc 2
MY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT (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 (Clarence Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10560) - Track 20 on Disc 2
I'LL HAVE A NEW BODY (I'LL HAVE A NEW LIFE) (Traditional) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.4 (MGM E-3999) - Track 20 on Disc 10
xPRODIGAL SON, The (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.5 (MGM E-3850) - Track 23 on Disc 10
TRAMP ON THE STREET, A (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.2 (MGM E-4109) - Track 19 on Disc 10
*ALABAMA WALTZ, The (Ca. 1949) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track D6) - Track 2 on Disc 9

1950

*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 21 on Disc 2
(*)MY SON CALLS ANOTHER MAN DADDY (Hank Williams/Jewell House) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 24 on Disc 2
*WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 23 on Disc 2
*WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10696) - Track 22 on Disc 2
BEYOND THE SUNSET (Blanche Kerr Brock/Virgil P. Brock/Albert Kennedy Rowswell) (Jan 10 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10630) - Track 2 on Disc 3
*EVERYTHING'S OKAY (Jan 10 1950) - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10718) - Track 4 on Disc 3
*FUNERAL, The (Jan 10 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10630) - Track 3 on Disc 3
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
*I'M A LONG GONE DADDY (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 9)
*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 17 on Disc 9)
LOST HIGHWAY (Leon Payne) (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 9)
*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (May 10 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 7 on Disc 10
*WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME (Jun 10 1950) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 10)
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME (Leon Payne) (Jun 14 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 5 on Disc 3
*HELP ME UNDERSTAND (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10806) - Track 8 on Disc 3
*MOANIN' THE BLUES (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 7 on Disc 3
*NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 6 on Disc 3
xNO, NO, JOE (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10806) - Track 9 on Disc 3
*(I'M GONNA) SING, SING, SING (Summer 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 9 on Disc 9)
*MOANIN' THE BLUES (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 10 on Disc 10
*NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 11 on Disc 10
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART (Cleavant Derricks) (Fall 1950) - from the March Of Dimes Show - with band (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D5) - Track 19 on Disc 9
*COLD, COLD HEART (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10904) - Track 10 on Disc 3
DEAR JOHN (Aubry Gass) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10904) - Track 11 on Disc 3 (*)JUST WAITIN' (Hank Williams/Bob Gazzaway) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10932) - Track 12 on Disc 3
*MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10932) - Track 13 on Disc 3
*HOW CAN YOU REFUSE HIM NOW (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 749) - Track 4 on Disc 8
*I'M GOING HOME (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 12 on Disc 8)
*LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track C4) - Track 8 on Disc 8
*MESSAGE TO MY MOTHER (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 634-1 Y-2 - track C5) - Track 10 on Disc 8
(*)'NEATH A COLD GRAY TOMB OF STONE (Hank Williams/Mel Foree) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B3) - Track 14 on Disc 9
*THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B4) - Track 8 on Disc 9
*WEARING OUT YOUR WALKING SHOES (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 752) - Track 6 on Disc 9

1951

*HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11000) - Track 16 on Disc 3
*HOWLIN' AT THE MOON (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 10961) - Track 15 on Disc 3
*I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU) (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 10961) - Track 14 on Disc 3
*MY HEART WOULD KNOW (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11000) - Track 17 on Disc 3
xI DREAMED ABOUT MAMA LAST NIGHT (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11017) - Track 23 on Disc 3
*I'VE BEEN DOWN THAT ROAD BEFORE (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11017) - Track 22 on Disc 3
*PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) - Track 21 on Disc 3
*RAMBLIN' MAN (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) and reissued as Hank Williams (MGM 11479) - Track 20 on Disc 3
(*)JESUS IS CALLING (Hank Williams/Charlie Monroe) (Spring 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 9)
xCRAZY HEART (Fred Rose/Maurice Murray) (Jul 25 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11054) - Track 3 on Disc 4
(*)(I HEARD THAT) LONESOME WHISTLE (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davis) (Jul 25 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11054) - Track 2 on Disc 4
*BABY WE'RE REALLY IN LOVE (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11100) - Track 6 on Disc 4
HALF AS MUCH (Curley Williams) (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11202) - Track 4 on Disc 4
*I'D STILL WANT YOU (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (Polydor 823 695) - Track 5 on Disc 4 TEN LITTLE NUMBERS (Juanita Acuff) (Summer 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 8)
*HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' (Sep 22 1951) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 13 on Disc 10
*ALL THE LOVE I EVER HAD (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 847 194) - Track 18 on Disc 8
*THERE'S A TEAR IN MY BEER (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 847 194) - Track 1 on Disc 9
*HONKY TONK BLUES (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11160) - Track 8 on Disc 4 of
*I'M SORRY FOR YOU MY FRIEND (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11160) - Track 7 on Disc 4
*LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11202) - Track 9 on Disc 4
*ANGEL OF DEATH (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 17 on Disc 8
*CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track A4) - Track 1 on Disc 8
FOOL ABOUT YOU (Ralph C. Hutcheson) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 2391-519 (UK) - track B2) - Track 11 on Disc 8
*I CAN'T ESCAPE FROM YOU (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 634-1 Y-2 - track C4) - Track 10 on Disc 9
*READY TO GO HOME (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833752) - Track 14 on Disc 9
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (MGM 12185) - Track 7 on Disc 8
*WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D2) - Track 11 on Disc 9
*WHEN THE BOOK OF LIFE IS READ (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track B3) - Track 7 on Disc 9

1952

*COLD, COLD HEART (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 10)
*HONKY TONK BLUES (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 14 on Disc 10)
LET THE SPIRIT DESCEND (J.M.Purdom) (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 10)
*ARE YOU WALKIN' AND A TALKIN' FOR THE LORD (Apr 1 1952) - radio performance, with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 21 on Disc 9)
DRIFTING TOO FAR FROM THE SHORE (Charles Moody) (Apr 4 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 26 on Disc 9)
*I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU) (Apr 23 1952) - from the Kate Smith Evening Show - with Anita Carter (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 10)
I CRIED AGAIN (Autry Inman) (Apr 1952) - radio performance - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 23 on Disc 9)
WILD SIDE OF LIFE (Arlie A. Carter/William Warren) (Apr 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 9)
*xI'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS WORLD ALIVE (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11366) - Track 13 on Disc 4
*JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11283) - Track 11 on Disc 4
xSETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 12 on Disc 4
WINDOW SHOPPING (Marcel Joseph) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11283) - Track 10 on Disc 4
*I AIN'T GOT NOTHIN' BUT TIME (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D6) - Track 9 on Disc 8
*IF YOU'LL BE A BABY TO ME (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track C3) - Track 13 on Disc 9
*JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A1) - Track 13 on Disc 8
*LOW DOWN BLUES (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track B6) - Track 5 on Disc 8
*YOUR CHEATIN' HEART (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A5) - Track 2 on Disc 8
*TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 749) - Track 4 on Disc 9
(*)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
BE CAREFUL OF STONES THAT YOU THROW (Bonnie Dodd) (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11309) - Track 16 on Disc 4
*I WON'T BE HOME NO MORE (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11533) - Track 15 on Disc 4
*YOU WIN AGAIN (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 14 on Disc 4
*PLEASE MAKE UP YOUR MIND (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11309) - Track 17 on Disc 4
*HONKY TONKIN' (Jul 12 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 22 on Disc 9)
*I COULD NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOU (Aug 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 8)
*xKAW-LIGA (Aug 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 8)

*I COULD NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOU (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11366) - Track 18 on Disc 4
*xKAW-LIGA (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11416) - Track 20 on Disc 4
*YOUR CHEATIN' HEART (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11416) - Track 19 on Disc 4 xTAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART (Fred Rose/Hy Heath) (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11479) - Track 21 on Disc 4
*LOG TRAIN, The (Dec 3 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Time-Life TLCW-01 - track F6) - Track 20 on Disc 8

Alphabetical Discography

*ALABAMA WALTZ, The (Ca. 1949) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track D6) - Track 2 on Disc 9
*ALL THE LOVE I EVER HAD (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 847 194) - Track 18 on Disc 8
*ALONE AND FORSAKEN (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12029) - Track 14 on Disc 7
*ANGEL OF DEATH (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 17 on Disc 8
*ARE YOU WALKIN' AND A TALKIN' FOR THE LORD (Apr 1 1952) - radio performance, with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 21 on Disc 9)
AT THE FIRST FALL OF SNOW (Lorene Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12077) - Track 7 on Disc 6
*BABY WE'RE REALLY IN LOVE (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11100) - Track 6 on Disc 4
BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON, The (Roy Acuff/Odell McLeod) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12127) - Track 14 on Disc 6
BE CAREFUL OF STONES THAT YOU THROW (Bonnie Dodd) (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11309) - Track 16 on Disc 4
BEYOND THE SUNSET (Blanche Kerr Brock/Virgil P. Brock/Albert Kennedy Rowswell) (Jan 10 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10630) - Track 2 on Disc 3
x BLUE LOVE (IN MY HEART) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12332) - Track 10 on Disc 6
*BLUES COME AROUND, The (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10212) - Track 21 on Disc 1
*CALIFORNIA ZEPHYR (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track A4) - Track 1 on Disc 8
*CALLING YOU (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 201) - Track 1 on Disc 1
*COLD, COLD HEART (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10904) - Track 10 on Disc 3
*COLD, COLD HEART (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 10)
COOL WATER (Bob Nolan) (Jan/May 1949) - from Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show Transcription (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 2 on Disc 7)
xCRAZY HEART (Fred Rose/Maurice Murray) (Jul 25 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11054) - Track 3 on Disc 4
DEAR JOHN (Aubry Gass) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10904) - Track 11 on Disc 3 DEVIL'S TRAIN, The (Mel Foree/Cliff Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed Apr 20 1960 (MGM E-3850) - Track 12 on Disc 7
DIXIE CANNONBALL (Gene Autry/Red Foley/Vaughn Horton) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 10 on Disc 7)
DON'T DO IT DARLING (Zeke Manners) (Jan/May 1949) - radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 6)
DRIFTING TOO FAR FROM THE SHORE (Charles Moody) (Apr 4 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 26 on Disc 9)
*EVERYTHING'S OKAY (Jan 10 1950) - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10718) - Track 4 on Disc 3
xFADED LOVE AND WINTER ROSES (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 11928) - Track 2 on Disc 6
FIRST YEAR BLUES (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 4 on Disc 7)
FLY TROUBLE (Honey Wilds/Bunny Biggs/Fred Rose) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10073) - Track 13 on Disc 1
FOOL ABOUT YOU (Ralph C. Hutcheson) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 2391-519 (UK) - track B2) - Track 11 on Disc 8
FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES (Traditional, arranged by Roy Acuff) (Late 1940) - pseudo radio station recording (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 2 on Disc 5)
*FUNERAL, The (Jan 10 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10630) - Track 3 on Disc 3
HALF AS MUCH (Curley Williams) (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11202) - Track 4 on Disc 4
HAPPY ROVIN' COWBOY (Bob Nolan) (1939 - 1940) - make-believe radio recording (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 5)
*HEAVEN HOLDS ALL MY TREASURES (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A2) - Track 15 on Disc 7
*HELP ME UNDERSTAND (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10806) - Track 8 on Disc 3
*HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11000) - Track 16 on Disc 3
*HEY, GOOD LOOKIN' (Sep 22 1951) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 13 on Disc 10
(*)HONEY, DO YOU LOVE ME, HUH (Hank Williams/Curley Williams) (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - with Curley Williams & band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 7)
*HONKY TONK BLUES (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B1) - Track 17 on Disc 5
*HONKY TONK BLUES (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11160) - Track 8 on Disc 4 of
*HONKY TONK BLUES (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 14 on Disc 10)
*HONKY TONKIN' (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10171) - Track 19 on Disc 1
*HONKY TONKIN' (Jul 12 1952) - radio performance (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 22 on Disc 9)
*HOUSE OF GOLD, A (Aug 1948 - May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 752) - Track 17 on Disc 7
*HOUSE WITHOUT LOVE, A (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10696) - Track 17 on Disc 2
*HOW CAN YOU REFUSE HIM NOW (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 749) - Track 4 on Disc 8
*HOWLIN' AT THE MOON (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 10961) - Track 15 on Disc 3
I AIN'T GONNA LOVE YOU ANY MORE (Ernest Tubb) (Ca. 1942) - demo recorded at Griffin's Radio Shop, Montgomery (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 5)
*I AIN'T GOT NOTHIN' BUT TIME (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D6) - Track 9 on Disc 8
*I CAN'T ESCAPE FROM YOU (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 634-1 Y-2 - track C4) - Track 10 on Disc 9
*I CAN'T GET YOU OFF OF MY MIND (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording MGM 10328) - Track 17 on Disc 1
*I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU) (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 10961) - Track 14 on Disc 3
*I CAN'T HELP IT (IF I'M STILL IN LOVE WITH YOU) (Apr 23 1952) - from the Kate Smith Evening Show - with Anita Carter (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 24 on Disc 10)
*I COULD NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOU (Aug 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 8)
*I COULD NEVER BE ASHAMED OF YOU (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11366) - Track 18 on Disc 4
I CRIED AGAIN (Autry Inman) (Apr 1952) - radio performance - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 23 on Disc 9)
*I DON'T CARE (IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 208) - Track 5 on Disc 1
xI DREAMED ABOUT MAMA LAST NIGHT (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11017) - Track 23 on Disc 3
(*)(I HEARD THAT) LONESOME WHISTLE (Hank Williams/Jimmie Davis) (Jul 25 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11054) - Track 2 on Disc 4
*I JUST DON'T LIKE THIS KIND OF LIVIN' (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10609) - Track 18 on Disc 2
*I SAW THE LIGHT (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10271) - Track 10 on Disc 1
*I TOLD A LIE TO MY HEART (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 track B4) - Track 9 on Disc 5
*I WATCHED MY DREAM WORLD CRUMBLE LIKE CLAY (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 track B1) - Track 8 on Disc 5
I WISH I HAD A NICKEL (W.S.Barnhart/Tommy Sutton) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12244) - Track 5 on Disc 6
*I WON'T BE HOME NO MORE (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11533) - Track 15 on Disc 4
*I'D STILL WANT YOU (Aug 10 1951) - studio recording (Polydor 823 695) - Track 5 on Disc 4 *I'LL BE A BACHELOR 'TIL I DIE (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10171) - Track 1 on Disc 2
I'LL HAVE A NEW BODY (I'LL HAVE A NEW LIFE) (Traditional) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.4 (MGM E-3999) - Track 20 on Disc 10
*xI'LL NEVER GET OUT OF THIS WORLD ALIVE (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11366) - Track 13 on Disc 4
*I'M A LONG GONE DADDY (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10212) - Track 18 on Disc 1
*I'M A LONG GONE DADDY (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 16 on Disc 9)
I'M FREE AT LAST (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 554-1 Y-2 - track B3) - Track 9 on Disc 6
*I'M GOING HOME (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 12 on Disc 8)
*(I'M GONNA) SING, SING, SING (Summer 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 9 on Disc 9)
*I'M NOT COMING HOME ANYMORE (Apr 7 1942) - demo recorded at Griffin's Radio Shop, Mongomery (Polydor 847 194) - Track 4 on Disc 5
xI'M SATISFIED WITH YOU (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 11768) - Track 14 on Disc 1
*I'M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10560) - Track 16 on Disc 2
*I'M SO TIRED OF IT ALL (1947) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 20 on Disc 5)
*I'M SORRY FOR YOU MY FRIEND (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11160) - Track 7 on Disc 4
*I'VE BEEN DOWN THAT ROAD BEFORE (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11017) - Track 22 on Disc 3
I'VE JUST TOLD MAMA GOODBYE (Slim Sweet/Curley Kinsey) (Mar 20 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10401) - Track 15 on Disc 2
*IF YOU'LL BE A BABY TO ME (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track C3) - Track 13 on Disc 9
*IN MY DREAMS YOU STILL BELONG TO ME (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (Arhoolie EP 548) - Track 11 on Disc 5
IT JUST DON'T MATTER NOW (Ernest Tubb) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 827 531) - Track 11 on Disc 6
*JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A1) - Track 13 on Disc 8
*JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11283) - Track 11 on Disc 4
(*)JESUS IS CALLING (Hank Williams/Charlie Monroe) (Spring 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 9)
(*)JUST WAITIN' (Hank Williams/Bob Gazzaway) (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10932) - Track 12 on Disc 3
*xKAW-LIGA (Aug 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 8)
*xKAW-LIGA (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11416) - Track 20 on Disc 4
*LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track C4) - Track 8 on Disc 8
*(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 11 on Disc 1
LEAVE ME ALONE WITH THE BLUES (Joe Pope) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 6 on Disc 8
LET THE SPIRIT DESCEND (J.M.Purdom) (Mar 22 1952) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 10)
*LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Dec 11 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11202) - Track 9 on Disc 4
LITTLE PAPER BOY (Jim Anglin/Johnny Wright) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 823 695) - Track 12 on Disc 6
*LOG TRAIN, The (Dec 3 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Time-Life TLCW-01 - track F6) - Track 20 on Disc 8
*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 21 on Disc 2
*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 17 on Disc 9)
*LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (May 10 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 7 on Disc 10
LOST HIGHWAY (Leon Payne) (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 6 on Disc 2
LOST HIGHWAY (Leon Payne) (Feb 21 1950) - live from the "Farmer Jim" tapes (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 15 on Disc 9)
LOVESICK BLUES (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10352) - Track 3 on Disc 2
LOVESICK BLUES (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills) (Jun 18 1949) - debut from the Prince Albert Opry (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 10)
*LOW DOWN BLUES (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 633-1 Y-2 - track B6) - Track 5 on Disc 8
*xMANSION ON THE HILL, A (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10328) - Track 22 on Disc 1
*MAY YOU NEVER BE ALONE (Mar 1 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10609) - Track 7 on Disc 2
*MEN WITH BROKEN HEARTS (Dec 21 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10932) - Track 13 on Disc 3
*MESSAGE TO MY MOTHER (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 831 634-1 Y-2 - track C5) - Track 10 on Disc 8
*MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 11 on Disc 2
*MOANIN' THE BLUES (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 7 on Disc 3
*MOANIN' THE BLUES (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 10 on Disc 10
*MOTHER IS GONE (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A6) - Track 10 on Disc 5
*MOVE IT ON OVER (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10033) - Track 9 on Disc 1
MY BUCKET'S GOT A HOLE IN IT (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 (Clarence Williams) (Aug 30 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10560) - Track 20 on Disc 2
*MY HEART WOULD KNOW (Mar 16 1951) - studio recording (MGM 11000) - Track 17 on Disc 3
*MY LOVE FOR YOU (HAS TURNED TO HATE) (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 208) - Track 6 on Disc 1
MY MAIN TRIAL IS YET TO COME (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 5 on Disc 7)
(*)MY SON CALLS ANOTHER MAN DADDY (Hank Williams/Jewell House) (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10645) - Track 24 on Disc 2
*MY SWEET LOVE AIN'T AROUND (Nov 7 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 20 on Disc 1
(*)'NEATH A COLD GRAY TOMB OF STONE (Hank Williams/Mel Foree) (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B3) - Track 14 on Disc 9
*NEVER AGAIN (WILL I KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR) (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 201) - Track 2 on Disc 1
xNO, NO, JOE (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 10806) - Track 9 on Disc 3
(*)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
xNO ONE WILL EVER KNOW (Mel Foree/Fred Rose) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 22 on Disc 7
*NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME (Aug 31 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10832) - Track 6 on Disc 3
*NOBODY'S LONESOME FOR ME (Nov 11 1950) - from the AFRS Show (MGM 15019) - Track 11 on Disc 10
OLD HOME, The (Jackie Earls) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 13 on Disc 7
(*)ON THE BANKS OF THE OLD PONTCHARTRAIN (Hank Williams/Ramona Vincent) (Aug 4 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10073) - Track 15 on Disc 1
*PAN AMERICAN (Feb 13 1947) - studio recording (Sterling 210) - Track 8 on Disc 1
*PICTURES FROM LIFE'S OTHER SIDE (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) - Track 21 on Disc 3
PLEASE DON'T LET ME LOVE YOU (Ralph Jones) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 11928) - Track 3 on Disc 6
*PLEASE MAKE UP YOUR MIND (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11309) - Track 17 on Disc 4
xPRODIGAL SON, The (Oct 1949) - from the Health & Happiness Show No.5 (MGM E-3850) - Track 23 on Disc 10
*RAMBLIN' MAN (Jun 1 1951) - studio recording - issued as "Luke the Drifter" (MGM 11120) and reissued as Hank Williams (MGM 11479) - Track 20 on Disc 3
*READY TO GO HOME (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833752) - Track 14 on Disc 9
ROCK MY CRADLE ONCE AGAIN (Johnny Bond/Billy Folger) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 548-1 Y-2 - track D3) - Track 18 on Disc 6
ROCKIN' CHAIR MONEY (Lonnie Glosson/Bill Carlisle) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 7)
xROLY POLY (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 7)
xROOTIE TOOTIE (Nov 6 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10124) - Track 16 on Disc 1
xSETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE (Fred Rose/Ed Nelson) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 12 on Disc 4
*SINGING WATERFALL (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12332) - Track 18 on Disc 7
*SIX MORE MILES (TO THE GRAVEYARD) (Apr 21 1947) - studio recording (MGM 10271) - Track 12 on Disc 1
SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12077) - Track 13 on Disc 6
SUNDOWN AND SORROW (Pee Wee King/J.L.Frank) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport, but overdubbed May 13 1959 (MGM E-3803) - Track 11 on Disc 7
SWING WIDE YOUR GATE OF LOVE (Hank Thompson) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 9 on Disc 7
xTAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART (Fred Rose/Hy Heath) (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11479) - Track 21 on Disc 4
*TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 749) - Track 4 on Disc 9
TEN LITTLE NUMBERS (Juanita Acuff) (Summer 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 8)
TENNESSEE BORDER (Jimmie Work) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 3 on Disc 7)
xTHANK GOD (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12127) - Track 17 on Disc 6
*THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT (Dec 22 1948) - studio recording (MGM 10461) - Track 2 on Disc 2
*THERE'S A TEAR IN MY BEER (Oct 25 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 847 194) - Track 1 on Disc 9
xTHERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES (Fred Rose/Zeb Turner)(Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12244) - Track 4 on Disc 6
*THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track B4) - Track 8 on Disc 9
THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME (Leon Payne) (Jun 14 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 5 on Disc 3
THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart) (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (MGM 12185) - Track 7 on Disc 8
(*)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
TRAMP ON THE STREET, A (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole) (Oct 1949) - from the Health and Happiness Show No.2 (MGM E-4109) - Track 19 on Disc 10
xWAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 6 on Disc 7)
xWALTZ OF THE WIND, The (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12535) - Track 6 on Disc 6
xWE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Jan/May 1949 - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 7 on Disc 7)
*WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY (Spring 1949) - demo - with band (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 12 on Disc 5)
*WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 3 on Disc 1
*WEARING OUT YOUR WALKING SHOES (Ca. 1950) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 833 752) - Track 6 on Disc 9
*WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D2) - Track 11 on Disc 9
WEDDING BELLS (Claude Boone) (Mar 20 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10401) - Track 14 on Disc 2
*WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS (Dec 11 1946) - studio recording (Sterling 204) - Track 4 on Disc 1
WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART (Cleavant Derricks) (Fall 1950) - from the March Of Dimes Show - with band (Polydor 825 551-1 Y-2 - track D5) - Track 19 on Disc 9
*WHEN THE BOOK OF LIFE IS READ (Ca. 1951) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (Polydor 825 557-1 Y-2 - track B3) - Track 7 on Disc 9
(*)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
*WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10696) - Track 22 on Disc 2
*WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME (Jun 10 1950) - from the AFRS Show (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 8 on Disc 10)
*WHY SHOULD I CRY (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A2) - Track 7 on Disc 5
*WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE (Jan 9 1950) - studio recording (MGM 10760) - Track 23 on Disc 2
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 (Marcel Joseph) (Jun 13 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11283) - Track 10 on Disc 4
WITH TEARS IN MY EYES (Paul Howard) (Jan/May 1949) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (MGM 12484) - Track 16 on Disc 6
*WON'T YOU SOMETIMES THINK OF ME (1947 - 1948) - demo - vocal & guitar (CMF-007 - track A1) - Track 6 on Disc 5
(*)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
*YOU BROKE YOUR OWN HEART (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) - demo or radio performance, Shreveport - vocal & guitar (Mercury 314 536 077-2 - Track 1 on Disc 6)
*YOU WIN AGAIN (Jul 11 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11318) - Track 14 on Disc 4
*YOU'RE GONNA CHANGE (OR I'M GONNA LEAVE) (Mar 1 or 2 1949) - studio recording (MGM 10506) - Track 12 on Disc 2
*YOUR CHEATIN' HEART (Ca. 1952) - demo, Nashville - vocal & guitar (CMF-006 - track A5) - Track 2 on Disc 8
*YOUR CHEATIN' HEART (Sep 23 1952) - studio recording (MGM 11416) - Track 19 on Disc 4
*****

Many thanks to the webmaster of the Hank Williams page where I found this information (all I've done is categorize and re-organize it). The list is not exhaustive, although nearly so. I've
omitted live versions of less important songs, a few earlier recordings later re-recorded, multiple demos, songs with Hank's wife Audrey (a dreadful singer) on them, etc.

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