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FOLK COLLECTION 30b

Sam Agins Collection: Commercial Records


Date of Items: 1950s to 1990s
Collection Processed by: John Powell and Randy Williams
Register Prepared by: Randy Williams, July 2005
Linear Feet: 2.5


Historical Note & Provenance

The Sam Agins Collection: Records (Folk Coll 30b) was donated by the Sam Agins Family and originally arranged and numbered by Mr. Agins. The original numbers are in brackets [].


Scope and Content

The collection consists of 2.5 linear feet of 12 inch commercial sound recordings. The collection can be accessed through USU Libraries online catalog.

Inventory

No. 1:   Johnny Boyle:   Johnny Boyle Sings:   Side 1: 1. The Lillies Grow High, 2. Las Palmeras, 3. Moonlight on the Sunset Trail, 4. Trail of the Mountain Rose, 5. The Gaucho Serenade, 6. More, 7. Sound of Music, 8. The Kings Highway, Side 2: 1. Twilight on the Trail, 2. Amigo, 3. Forevermore (Lei Makamoe), 4. Pearly Shells, 5. Nocha de Ronda, 6. The Town of Old Dolores, 7. Cool Water [Record album cover inscribed] [1]

No. 2:   Johnny Boyle:   Johnny Boyle:   Side 1: 1. Sing Cowboy Sing, 2.Whirlwind, 3. Stampede, 4. Las Palmeras, 5. Who Shot the Hole in My Sombrero, 6. Somebody Bigger than You and I, 7. The Cowboy Dance, Side 2: 1. Cool Water, 2. Albino Stallion, 3. Twilight on the Trail, 4. Brahma Bull, 5. Sunset Trail, 6. May the Good Lord Bless adn Keep you [No record cover] [1]

No. 3:   Johnny Boyle:   Side 1: 1. The Wide Open Spaces, Side 2: 1. What Lonesome Is [1]

No. 4:   Kate Wolf:   Close To You:   Side 1: 1. Across the Great Divide, 2. Legget Serenade, 3. Like a River, 4. Unfinished Life, 5. Friend of Mine, Side 2: 1. Love Still Remains, 2. Eyes of a Painter, 3. Here in California, 4. Stone in the Water, 5. Close to You [2]

No. 5:   Kate Wolf:   Safe at Anchor:   Side 1: 1. Safe at Anchor, 2. Early Morning Melody, 3. Sweet Love, 4. She Rises Like the Dolphin, 5. Great Love of My Life, Side 2: 1. Shining!, 2. September Song, 3. Seashore Mountain Lady, 4. Looking Back at you, 5. Two-Way Waltz [3]

No. 6:   Antonio Mendoza:   Antonio Mendoza:   Side 1: 1. Malaguena Salerosa, 2. Maria Elena, 3. Medley Viejo: La Paloma, Cielito Lindo, El Rancho Grande, Serian Las Dos, Side 2: 1. La Bamba, 2. Medley de Lara: Noche de Ronda, Farolito, 3. Medley Jalicience: Ay Jalisco no te Rajes, Guadalajara, 4. Campanitas [4]

No. 7:   George Lawton:   On the Whole, I'd Rather Be in Muscoy:   Side 1: 1. Ode to Muscoy, 2. Smile for Me, 3. By the Water's Edge, 4. St. James Infirmary Blues, 5. To Win Again, Side 2: 1. Red River Valley, 2. A God Named Gene, 3. Big Rock Candy Mountain, 4. Gypsy, 5. Romance in the Mountains, 6. Melody, Melody [5]

No. 8:   Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein:   I Am A Jew [6]

No. 9:   George Lawton:   Long into the Night:   Side 1: 1. I Like Cowboy Boots, 2. You Never Come to See me, 3. Mary Ann's Muscoy Inn, 4. The Hawk's Long Flight, Side 2: 1. Kerry's Waltz, 2. Unbound, 3. On Our Wedding Day, 4. Vampire's Blues, 5. You Are the One [7]

No. 10:   Grand Junction Band:   Grand Junction Band:   Side 1: 1. This Heart of Mind, 2. Jenny Matilda, 3. Bad Moon Rising, 4. Duncan, 5. Ghost Riders in the, Side 2: 1. Things My Daddy Said, 2. Jake Me, Jake Me, 3. You're Right, 4. Go and Say Goodbye, 5. Rocky Top [8]

No. 11:   [Patricia] Hardin and [Tom] Russell:   Ring of Bone:   Side 1: 1. Mojave, 2. Alkali, 3. Zane Grey, 4. Beneath Canyon Walls, 5. The 27th Parable, Side 2: 1. Old Women Suite: Mrs. Zeelsdorf's Garden, Old Lady Blues, Coffins on the Brazos, 2. Look at Us Now, 3. Denver Wind, 4. Ring of Bone [9]

No. 12:   Ray Conrad:   The Cotton-Pickin' Lift Tower and Other Skiing Songs:   Side 1: 1. Round-Bottomed Bogners, 2. The Cotton-Pickin' Lift Tower, 3. Skiing Billy (with Rosalie Sorrels), 4. In the Mountains Near Alta, 5. Two Cubes with a Slug of V. O., Side 2: 1. The Ski Instructor, 2. The Mineshaft Song, 3. The Last Ride, 4. Skier's Bible School (with Rosalie Sorrels), 5. Stretch Pants Lament, 6. An Ounce of Prevention, 7. The Skier's Daydream [10]

No. 13:   Marjorie Bennett:   First Songs For Children:   28 Best-loved Songs of Childhood [Inscribed to Singin' Sam and Freddy by Marjorie Bennett] [11]

No. 14:   Tom Russell:   Heart on a Sleeve:   Side 1: 1. One and One, 2. Heart on a Sleeve, 3. Blinded by the Light of Love, 4. A Touch of Grey, 5. Wild Hearts, 6. St. Olav's Gate, Side 2: 1. Gallo de Cielo, 2. Mandarin Oranges, 3. Cropduster, 4. Canadian Whiskey, 5. Chinese Silver, 6. A Bowl of Red [12]

No. 15:   Kate Wolf and the Wildwood Flower:   Back Roads:   Side 1: 1. Lately, 2. Emma Rose, 3. Sitting on the Porch, 4. The Redtail Hawk, 5. Telluride, 6. Goodbye Babe, Side 2: 1. It Ain't in the Wine, 2. Tequila and Me, 3. Legend in His Time, 4. Riding in the Country, 5. Oklahoma Going Home, 6. Back Roads [13]

No. 16:   Rabbi Philip S. Bernstein:   Why Jews Laugh [14]

No. 17:   Odessa Balalaikas:   Odessa Balalaikas In Concert:   Side 1: 1. Polyanka, 2. Kumushka, 3. Vo koloditse, 4. Romanian medley: invirtia; joc, 5. Katyusha, 6. Polno, ryebyata!, 7. Ya na Kamushke sizhu, 8. Kalinka, Side 2: 1. Lyetyat utki, 2. Yablochko, 3. Na rybalke, 4. Korobushka, 5. Ochi chornyie, 6. Svyetit myesyats, 7. Timonya [15]

No. 18:   Tzigane Balalaikas:   Gypsy Strings (Set One):   Side 1: 1. Toska Po Rodine (Longing for Homeland), 2. Two Sailor's Dances: Yablitchko (traditional), Kostya's Dance (Kostya Poliansky), 3. Yugoslav Medley: Sano Duso (Dear Sano), Cujes Malo (Listen Little One), 4. Korobushka (Russian Folk Dance Melody) 5. Two Guitars (Gypsy Song), Bright Shines the Moon (Svetit Myesats), Side 2: 1. Vo Lyusach (At the Swamp), 2. Meadowlands (Polushka Pole), 3. Ukrainian Medley: Techi Voda (Muddy Water), Kolomeika (Traditional Dance), 4. Tachanka (Song from World War II), 5. Khaitarma (Crimean Medley), 6. Lonely Accordian, 7. Polianka (Ural Mountain Dance) [16]

No. 19:   Dean Hamilton:   Dean Hamilton :   Side 1: 1. Jack in the Box, 2. Bink's Waltz, 3. Sunflower Slow Drag, 4. Solace, 5. Maple Leaf Rag, Side 2: 1. The Entertainer, 2. Bethena, 3. Pastime Rag No. 1, 4. Arctic Sunset, 5. Dizzy Fingers [17]

No. 20:   Blind Snooks Eaglin, Percy (Brother) Randolph, Lucius Bridges:   Possum Up a Simmon Tree:   Side 1: 1. Possum Up a Simmon Tree, 2. That's All Right, 3. Veal Chop and Pork Chop, 4. I Ain't Gonna Study War No More, 5. Model T and the Train, 6. Jack O'Diamonds, 7. Death Valley Blues, 8. This Train, Side 2: 1. Bottle Up and Go, 2. Mardi Gras Mambo, 3. Rock Me Mama, 4. John Henry, 5. Locomotive Train, 6. I Had a Little Woman, 7. Don't Leave Me Mama [19]

No. 21:   Nama 4 Folk Orchestra:   The Ethnic Connection:   Side 1: 1. Koga Srce Boli, 2. Ciganski Orijent, 3. Dorogoy Dlinnoyu (Those Were the Days), 4. Katyusha, 5. Kamarinskaya, 6. Sevliden, 7. Ana Lugojana, 8. Tsena, Tsena, Tsena, Side 2: 1. Tico-Tico No Fuba, 2. Der Nayer Sher (Wedding Samba), 3. Dana Dana Dana (Dona Dona), 4. Pretty Saro, 5. To Morrow, 6. Orange Blossom Special, 7. Charleston and Five Foot Two [20]

No. 22:   Dick Barrett:   Fiddling with Dick Barrett:   Side 1: 1. Little Joe, 2. Forked Deer, 3.Kiss Me Again Waltz, 4. I Don't Love Nobody, 5. Leather Britches, 6. Jack of Diamonds, Side 2: 1. New Broom, 2. Martin's Waltz, 3. Durango's Hornpipe, 4. Black and White Rag, 5. Dusty Miller, 6. Tug Boat [21]

No. 23:   Big Jim Griffith:   The Dixie Cowboy:   Side 1: 1. Joe Harris/Cluck Old Hen, 2. Kicking Mule, 3. The Lakes of Ponchartrain, 4. Prewar Medley, 5. Barefoot Boy with Boots on, 6. Short Life of Trouble, 7. Who Will Care for Thee, 8. Quit That Tickling Me, Side 2: 1. Dixie Cowboy, 2. Loved Ones in the Glory, 3. Jim Blake's Message, 4. I Feel Like Travelling On, 5. IF you Don't Love your Neighbor, 6. The Lord Will Provide, 7. I Believe, 8. I'll Fly Away [Inscribed to Singin' Sam from Jim Griffith] [24]

No. 24:   The Lazy B Wranglers:   Colorado:   Side 1: 1. Ghost Riders in the Sky, 2. Blue Prairie, 3. Song of Wyoming, 4. When the Cowboys All Would Sing, 5. Cimmeron, Side 2: 1. A Cowboy Has to Sing, 2. The Cowboy's Prayer, 3. Deulin' Banjos, 4. Buckskin and Blanket Days, 5. Colorado [Autographed] [25]

No. 25:   Pete Smythe:   The Bottom Ten from the Barbed-Wire Network [Inscribed to Sam from Pete] [26]

No. 26:   Jim Silver:   Jim Silver Vol. III:   Side 1: 1. I'm Too Drink to Drive, 2. The Show's All Over, 3. 200 Years Ago, 4. I'll Never Think of Leavin', 5. Ain't Gonna Let You, 6. Roses in the Snow, 7. Most Dreamy Waltz, Side 2: 1. Where Angels Spread Their Wings, 2. I'd Like To Hear a Country Song, 3. It Must Be My Heart, 4. What Would I Do, 5. That Should Have Happened, 6. Water, Lights and Gas, 7. Waylon & Willie [27]

No. 27:   Joe and Mary Venuti:   Cactus Wren:   Side 1: 1. Ella, 2. Spanish Eyes, Side 2: 1. Peanuts, 2. You're Always in My Heart [22]

No. 28:   Bar J:   An Evening at the Bar J Chuckwagon: Chuckwagon Supper and Original Western Show, Vol. 2 [28]

No. 29:   The Mamou Cajun Band, featuring Cyp' and Adam Landreneau:   Cajun Sole: Traditional Cajun Folk Music:   Side 1: 1. La Valse de Kaplan, 2. La Dance a Hadley, 3. La Talle des Ronces, 4. La Prairie Ronde, 5. La Valse de la Pinierre, 6. Rosalie, Side 2: 1. Ta Robe Barre, 2. Grand Mamou, 3. La Danse du lac Charles, 4. La Valse des Opelousas, 5. Colinda [29]

No. 30:   Perry L. Jackson:   The Old Deer Hunter:   Side 1: 1. Deer Hunter's Blues, 2. Deer Hunter's Lament, 3. What makes a Deer Hunter Blue, 4. Desert Wind, 5. sitting on the Old Top Rail, Side 2: 1. Out Behind the Barn, 2. Eatin' Cold Chicken, 3. Cowboy's Goodbye, 4. Yodel Canyon, 5. The Income Tax Return [Inscribed to Katie Lee by Perry L. Jackson] [30]

No. 31:   The Clay Mac Band:   The Clay Mac Band:   Side 1: 1. Navajo Wrangler, 2. Bonaparte's Retreat, 3. Slowly, 4. Louisiana Redbone, 5. Headed from the Bottom to the Top, Side 2: 1. I Can't See the Rainbow for the Rain, 2. Cajun Baby, 3. I Don't Know How to Tell Him, 4. Cotton-Eyed Joe, 5. Ain't Had Time to Go Home [31]

No. 32:   Mark Levy:   Leviathan: In the Heart of the Beast:   Side 1: 1. Sunpower, 2. San Andreas Rag, 3. Room at the Top, 4. Leakin' Like a Sieve, Side 2: 1. Mourning Dove, 2. Pre-War Blues, 3. Shenachie Hill, 4. Log Rythyms [Inscribed to Singin' Sam from Mark Levy] [32]

No. 33:   Don Williams:   Don Williams, Vol. III:   Side 1: 1. I Wouldn't Want to Live If you Didn't Love me, 2. Fly Away, 3. Ghost Story, 4. Goodbye Isn't Really Good at All, 5. Such A Lovely Lady, Side 2: 1. The Ties That Bind, 2. When Will I Ever Learn, 3. Why Lord Goodbye, 4. I've Turned You to Stone, 5. Lovin' Understandin' Man [33]

No. 34:   The Deseret String Band:   Land of Milk and Honey:   Side 1: 1. Flowers of Edinburgh/Coolie's Reel, 2. Diamond Joe/Boatin' up the Sandy, 3. Si Bheag Si Mhor, 4. Plains of Waterloo/British Field Marshall at New Orleans, 5. Liverpool and Off to California Hornpipes, 6. Railroading on the Great Divide, Side 2: 1. Golden Slippers, 2. Home with the Girls in the Morning/Devil in the Strawstack, 3. Rye Straw/Say, Old Man, Can You Play Fiddle, 4. Four Irish Jigs, 5. Two Mornings in July, 6. Cottonwood Cowlick, 7. Custer's Last Charge, 8. Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief [34]

No. 35:   The Reinsmen:   The Reinsmen Sing Songs of the Trail :   Side 1: 1. Song of the Trail, 2. Land Beyond the Sun, 3. Burro Lullaby, 4. Saddle Up!, 5. Cool Water, 6. He Walks with the Wild and the Lonely, Side 2: 1. Red River Valley, 2. Lilies Grow High, 3. High Country, 4. Riders in the Sky, 5. Man Walks Among Us, 6. Shenandoah [35]

No. 36:   Antonio Medoza:   Canciones de Mexico:   Side 1: 1. Cu Cu Rru Cu Cu Paloma, 2. La Feria de Las Flores, 3. La Borrachita (Cuarto Milpas), 4. Maria Bonita, 5. La Cama de Piedra, Side 2: 1. La Valentina (Adelita), 2. Yo Vendo Unos Ojos Negros, 3. Boleros (Aquellos Ojos Verdes, Solamente Una Vez, Amor, Quiereme Mucho, 4. Coplas [36]

No. 37 :   Pop Wagner and Bob Bovee:   Pop Wagner and Bob Bovee:   Side 1: 1. Daddy Let me Know Before You Go, 2. Sweet Talkin' Mama, 3. I Don't Want Your Millions Mister, 4. Old 97, Where Did you Go?, 5. Chesterfields, 6. Skid Row, 7. Yella Gal/Rye Straw, Side 2: 1. Streetsinger's Heaven, 2. Northern Line, 3. Hobb Dye, 4. Whiskey in my Glass, 5. Bringing in the Georgia Mail, 6. Bonaparte Crossing the Alps, 7. Hobo Blues, 8. Blue Mountain [inscribed to Sam by Bob and Pop [37]

No. 38:   Shelley Clark and Kelly Rubrecht:   Shelley and Kelly:   Side 1: 1. Salty, 2. Virginia Darlin', 3. Maiden's Prayer, 4. Cotton Patch Rag, 5. Sugar Tree Stomp, 6. Guitar Reel, Side 2: 1. Lee Highway Blues, 2. Indian Killed a Woodcock, 3. Kentucky Waltz, 4. Dixie Hoedown, 5. Snowflake Reel, 6. Tico Tico [38]

No. 39:   Priscilla Herdman:   The Water Lily:   Side 1: 1. The Water Lily, 2. Andy's Gone with Cattle, 3. Old Wooley, 4. "The Drover's Sweetheart, 5. The Band Played Waltzing Matilda, Side 2: 1. Jock O'Hazeldean, 2. Do You Think That I Do Not Know, 3. The Bush Girl, 4. Reedy River, 5. The Shame of Going Back, 6. Dancing at Whitsun [Inscribed to Sam from Priscilla Herdman] [39]

No. 40:   Junior Daugherty:   Fiddlin' Around:   Side 1: 1. Gold Rush, 2. Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain, 3. Tennessee Waltz, 4. Rubber Dollie, 5. Roxanne Waltz, Side 2: 1. Streets of Laredo, 2. Huckleberry Hornpipe, 3. Gardenia Waltz, 4. Forked Deer, 5. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry [Inscribed to Sam from Junior Daugherty] [40]

No. 41:   Sons of the Pioneers:   Lure of the West:   Side 1: 1. Saddle Up, 2. Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie, 3. A Cowboy Has to Sing, 4. When the Bloom is on the Sage, 5. Hills of Old Wyomin', 6. Cimarron (Roll On), Side 2: 1. Pecos Bill, 2. Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle, 3. My Adobe Hacienda, 4. Along the Navajo Trail, 5. Cowboy's Lament, 6. Ragtime Cowboy Joe [41]

No. 42:   The Lazy B Wranglers:   The Lazy B Wranglers Sing Show Songs:   Side 1: 1. Happy Rovin' Cowboy, 2. Tumblin' Tumbleweeds, 3. When the Work's All Done This Fall, 4. High Among the Colorado Rockies, 5. Whoopie Tie, 6. Southern Colorado, 7. Foggy Mountain Breakdown, Side 2: 1. Timber, 2. Streets of Laredo, 3. Cool Water, 4. Pecos Bill, 5. Blue Shadows, 6. Lonesome Cowpoke, 7. Mystery of His Ways [42]

No. 43:   Katie Lee, featuring Travis Edmonson, Earl Edmonson and David Holt:   Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle:   Side 1: 1. The Town of Old Dolores, 2. The Western Plains, 3. Dobe Bill, 4. The Rustler, 5. La Firolera, 6. Adios, 7. El Corrido de Bartolo Negro, Side 2: 8. The Sierry Petes, 9. Spanish is the Lovin' Tongue (The Border Affair), 10. Jose Cuervo, 11. Roundup Lullaby, 12. My Homestead, 13. Waring of Sonora Town, 14. Boomer Johnson, Side 3. 15. The Last Wagon, 16. Lasca, 17. The South Coast, 18. The Trusty Lariat, 19. Little Joe the Wrangler's Sister Nell, 20. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle, Side 4. 21. Deep Water, Ice and Snow, 22. Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight, 23. My Blue Heaven, 24. The Night I Stole Ol' Sammy Morgan's Gin, 25.Old Arizona, 26. The Ballad of Alfred Packer, 27. The Santa Fe Trail, 28. A Cowboy's Prayer [Inscribed to Sam from Katie] [43]

No. 44:   Sparky Rucker:   Cold and Lonesome On a Train:   Side 1: 1. Crossroads, 2. Here Rattler Here, 3. Cold and Lonesome On a Train, 4. Come On in My Kitchen, 5. The Bakery Truck is Comin', 6. Railroad Bill, Side 2: 1. Love in Vain, 2. Go Down Old Hannah, 3. Diving Duck Blues, 4. Walkin' Blues, 5. Pallet, 6. Silas McGee, 7. Gospel Train [44]

No. 45:   Triple C Ranch:   Triple C Chuck Wagon Stage Show:   Side 1: 1. Introductions, 2. Orange Blossom Special, 3. Here I Come, 4. Navajo Trail, 5. Cowboy's Sweetheart, 6. Ghost Riders, 7. Rodeo Cowboy, Side 2: 1. Jesuita en Chihuahua, 2. Momma Don't Allow, 3. Rag Time Cowboy Joe, 4. Who Spit Tabacca on Hessie's Weddin' Gown?, 5. Sanatone Rose, 6. The Mystery of His Ways, 7. Happy Rovin' Cowboy, 8. Good Night [45]

No. 46:   The New Beehive Songster: New Recordings of Utah Folk Music, Vol. 2:   Side 1: 1. Paul Bachor's Serenade, Paul Bachor, Manti, UT, 2. Hen and the Rooster, Newell Day, Fillmore, UT, 3. Waltz of Shannon, James Shupe Family, North Ogden, UT, 4. Grandpa's Quadrille, James Shupe Family, North Ogden, UT, 5. The Hearing Aid, Stella Day, Fillmore, UT, 6. Shirley's Tune, Clark Family Orchestra, Logan, UT, 7. Dryland Farmers, Kenneth Ward Atwood, West Jordan, UT, 8. I Am an Old Time Trapper, Kenneth Ward Atwood, West Jordan, UT, 9. The Farmer's Curst Wife, Kenneth Ward Atwood, West Jordan, UT, 10. New Spanish Twostep, Lea Aitken, Eureka, UT, 11. The Coyote, Vernon Condie, Beaver, UT, 12. Riding on a Humpback Mule, Emery Peterson, Salt Lake City, UT., 13. Beautiful Utah, Myron Crandall, Ogden, UT, Side 2: 1. Mandola Polka, Rhythm Wranglers, Vernal, UT, 2. Contented Bachelor, Rhythm Wranglers, Vernal, UT, 3. Dear Heart, Kartchner Sisters, Snowflake, AZ, 4. Alexandria, Karchner Sisters, Snowflake, AZ, Herding Sheep for Granville Pace, Della Turner, Washington, UT, 6. We Left Our Homes in Utah, Della Turner, Washington, UT, 7. Clayhole Waltz, Larkin Gifford, Springdale, UT, 8. Rockville Waltz, Larkin Gifford, Springdale, UT, 9. Virgin Ditch, A. Karl Larson, St. George, UT, 10. Teasdale Quadrille, Peterson Brothers Stringband, Loa, UT [46]

No. 47:   Katie Lee:   Folk Songs of the Colorado River (Folkways Records FH 5333):   Side 1: 1. Muddy River, 2. The Canyoneers, 3. Drinking Song, 4. Kavitatin' Katie, 5. Song of the Boatmen, 6. Tale of the Tickaboo, Side 2: 1. Rapids Ahead, 2. River Lullaby, 3. The Ghosts of the Old San Juan, 4. Two Littles Flies, 5. When the Colorado Rises, 6. The Hippopotami, 7. Through This World [Inscribed to Sam and Freddie from Katie][47]

No. 48:   The Last Straw String Band:   The Last Straw String Band:   Side 1: 1. Sugar in the Gourd, 2. You Ain't Takin' to Me, 3. Paddy on the Handcar, 4. Tying the Knot in the Devil's Tail, 5. Sourwood Mountain/ Breaking Up Christmas, 6. Texas, 7. Liza Jane, Side 2: 1. The Santa Barbara Earthquake, 2. King of the Fairies, 3. Yellow Gal, 4. The Old Chisholm Trail, 5. Forked Deer/Dubuque, 6. Shaking Down the Acorns, 8. I Wish I'd Bought a Half a Pint and Stayed in the Wagon Yard, 8. Too Young To Marry [48]

No. 49:   Charlie Maguire:   Long Way to Another Friend:   Side 1: 1. Gypsy Woody, 2. The Strike Is On, 3. When's That Train A'Coming, 4. Mack White, 4. Migrating, 5. Getting in the Cows, Side 2: 1. The Ballad of Augie Mattsen, 2. Long Way to Another Friend, 3. The Teton Dam, 4. Almost As Good, 5. Goodnight Baby [Inscribed to Sam from Charlie Maguire] [Record missing] [49]

No. 50:   Wayne Stewart:   Aspen Skyline: Wayne Stewart and Friends:   Side 1: 1. Midnight Rider, 2. Change Partners, 3. Julius Finkbine's Rag, 4. River of Love, 5. Louisiana Women, 6. On and On, Side 2: 1. New Day, 2. Sweet Sunny South, 3. Crossing the Divide, 4. Don't Look at My Shadow, 5. Lonesome River, 6. Ramblin' Man [Record Missing] [50]

No. 51:   Bill Moore and Travis Edmonson:   The Liar's Hour:   Side 1: 1. The Liar's Hour, 2. Sieery Petes, 3. Rye Whiskey, 4. Boastful Bill, 5. The Dude Wrangler, 6. High Chin Bob/The Glory Trail, 7. Old Red, 8. Hell in Texas, 9. La Vaquilla Colorado, 10. Bronco with Wings, 11. The Cowboy and the Shepherd, Side 2: 1. [51]

No. 52:   Jim Connor:   Jim Connor: Personal Friend of Arthur Kuykendall, Monk Daniel, and Cluny Rakestraw:   Side 1: 1. Banjo Set, 2. Long Way to Hollywood, 3. No Mo' Cane, 4. Parchman Farm, 5. The Poems, 6. Grits Ain't Groceries, Side 2: 1. Grandma's Feather Bed, 2. Mist on the Red Rocks, 3. Welfare Check, 4. Ol'Monk Daniel, 5. Sand Mt. Holler [52]

No. 53:   Kenny Hall:   Kenny Hall and the Sweets Mill String Band:   Side 1: 1. Angeline the Baker, 2. Stony Point, 3. Campbells are Coming, 4. Old Mother Flanagen, 5. Wearing the Green, 6. Little Girl Dressed In Blue, 7. Crying Holy, Side 2: 1. Devilish Mary, 2. Cotton-Eyed Joe, 3. Bounding Bounder, 4. Willow Garden, 5. Little Beggerman, 6. Policeman [53]

No. 54:   Frances Roberts, Billy Simon, Horace Cradall, Wan Holyoak:   Cowboy Songs Vol. II:   Side 1: 1. Old Rooney's Calf's A Bawlin', 2. Turkey in the Straw and Soldier's Joy, 3. The Gol-Durned Wheel, 4. The Tenderfoot, 5. Casey Jones, 6. Billy the Kid, Side 2: 1. Terry Sloan, 2. The High Toned Dance, 3. The Irish Washer Woman, 4. Utah Carl, 5. Peek-A-Boo Waltz, 6. Border Affair [54]

No. 55:   Hector Lee:   Folklore of the Mormon Country: J. Golden Kimball Stories, together with The Brother Petersen Yarns:   Side 1: 1. The J. Golden Kimball Stories, Side 2: 1. The Brother Petersen Yarn, [55]

No. 56:   Jack Elliott:   Jack Elliott:   Side 1: 1. Roving Gambler, 2. Will the Circle Be Unbroken, 3. Diamond Joe, 4. Guabi Guabi, 5. Sowing on the Mountains, 6. Roll on Baby, Side 2: 1. 1913 Massacre, 2. House of the Rising Sun, 3. Shade on the Old Apple Tree, 4. Black Snake Moan, 5. Portland Town, 6. More Pretty Girls [56]

No. 57:   Katie Lee:   Katie Lee Sings Love's Little Sisters:   Side 1: 1. House of the Rising Sun, 2. The Sisters of the Cross of Shame, 3. In a Prominent Bar in Secaucus One Day, 4. Mournin' Glory Story, 5. Down the Line, 6. Cut Down in Her Prime, 7. Charlot's Epitaph, 8. Silverheels, Side 2: 1. Casey's Last Ride, 2. Frontier Geneaology, 3. Hermiony's Epitaph, 4. The Flower of Virginia City Fire Company, 5. Louise, 6. Piece on the Prairie, 7. Lavinia's Parlor, 8. The Hooker [Inscribed to Sam from Katie] [57]

No. 58:   Kenny Hall:   Kenny Hall and the Sweets Mill String Band, Vol. II:   Side 1: 1. Little Rabbit, 2. Leaving Home, 3. Susanah Gal, 4. Highland Pipe Medley, 5. Lonesome Road, 6. Old and Gray, 7. Sweet Sunny South, Side 2: 1. Kenny's Farm, 2. Katy Nora, 3. It's Nice to Get Up in the Morning, 4. Dinah, 5. Maggie Walker Blues, 6. Hesitation Blues, 7. Golden Slippers [Inscribed to Singin' Sam from Kenny Hall [58]

No. 59:   Peter La Farge:   Iron Mountain and Other Songs (Folkways Records 2531):   Side 1: 1. Stumbling, 2. Pop Reed, 3. Pony Called Nell, 4. Marijuana Blues, 5. Snow Bird Blues, 6. Hungry Blues, 7. Avril Blues, Side 2: 1. Santa Fe, 2. Alaska 49th State, 3. Iron Mountain, 4. Falling Stars, 5. Abraham Lincoln, 6. Cisco Houston [59]

No. 60:   Walt Richards:   In Touch With the Earth:   Side 1: 1. The Old Man, 2. Pretty Saro, 3. Life Goes On and On, 4. Livin' in the Country, 5. Paddy on the Turnpike, 6. Babylon, Side 2: 1. Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, 2. Greensleeves, 3. Less Than the Song, 4. Romanza, 5. Bill Cheatham, 6. Sweet Sunny South, 7. Dixie/Marching Through Georgia [60]

No. 61:   Kate Wolf:   Safe at Anchor:   Side 1: 1. Safe at Anchor, 2. Early Morning Melody, 3. Sweet Love, 4. She Rises Like the Dolphin, 5. Great Love of My Life, Side 2: 1. Shining!, 2. September Song, 3. Seashore Mountain Lady, 4, Looking Back At You, 5. Two-Way Waltz [61]

No. 62:   Bar D Wranglers:   Show Time at the Bar D Ranch:   Side 1: 1. A Cowboy Has to Sing, 2. San Antonio Rose, 3. I Still Do, 4. He's A Killer, 5. Sally Goodin, 6. White Sands, 7. Swiss Yodel, 8. Teardrops in My Heart, Side 2: 1. Ghost Riders, 2. El Rancho Grande, 3. Listen to the Mockingbird, 4. It Had To Be You, 5. Medley, 6. The Lords Prayer, 7. Yodel [62]

No. 63:   Dave Thorton:   Breckenridge Nights:   Side 1: 1. Breckenridge Nights, 2. Yukon Jack, 3. Lay Lady Lay, 4. Drive It Home, 5. The Need to Carry On, Side 2: 1. Super Kicker, 2. I'll Be Your Baby Tonight, 3. Beyond Confusion, 4. Long Black Veil, 5. One Legged Man, 6. Run to the Mountains [63]

No. 64:   Bar D Wranglers:   Colorado Trail:   Side 1: 1. Colorado Trail, 2. A Cowboy Has to Sing, 3. Cool Water, 4. Pecos Bill, 5. Movin' Slow, 6. Spanish Fandango, 7. Cowboys Camp Meetin', Side 2: 1. Timber Trail, 2. Pinto Pal, 3. Tumbling Tumbleweeds, 4. Lime Rock, 5. Wedding Gown, 6. Faded Love, 7. Mystery Of His Way [64]

No. 65:   Kate Wolf:   Lines On The Paper:   Side 1: 1. I Don't Know Why, 2. Lines On The Paper, 3. You're Not Standing Like You Used To, 4. Picture Puzzle, 5. The Heart, 6. The Trumpet Vine, Side 2: 1. I Never Knew My Father, 2. Amazed To Find, 3. Everybody's Looking For the Same Thing, 4. The Lilac and the Apple, 5. Midnight on the Water, 6. Lay Me Down Easy [65]

No. 66:   Pacificly Bluegrass:   Pacificly Bluegrass:   Side 1: 1. Tell Me, 2. You'll Find Her Name Written There, 3. Who Shall I Call, 4. Crown Junction Breakdown, 5. Lonesome River, 6. 'Long As You Still Love Me, Side 2: 1. Hard Road To Travel, 2. Harbor of Love, 3. Black Watch, 4. Lonely Moon, 5. Cimarron [66]

No. 67:   Kenny Hall:   Kenny Hall:   Side 1: 1. Steph's Reel, 2. Rose Tree, 3. Rainbow, 4. The Copper and the Gunman, 5. A Brazilian Tune, 6. Peeler Creek Waltz, 7. Sandy, Side 2: 1. Flowers of Edinburgh, 2. Hobb Dye, 3. Ti E Ti O, 4. Old French, 5. Shaskeen Reel, 6. She's Got The Money Too, 7. Sullivan's Hollow [67]

No. 68:   Authentic Cowboys:   Authentic Cowboys and Their Western Folksongs:   Side 1: 1. The Old Chisholm Trail, "Mac" McClintock, 2. Powder River, Let 'Er Buck, Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee, 3. Following the Cow Trail, Carl T. Sprague, 4. Zebra Dun, Jules Allen, 5. Bill Was a Texas Lad, J. D. Farley, 6. Utah Carroll, Carl T. Sprague, 7. There's a Brown Skin Girl Down the Road Somewhere, A. C. (Eck) Robertson, 8. The Cowboy's Dream, Jules Allen, Side 2: 1. When the Work's All Done This Fall, Carl T. Sprague, 2. Bucking Broncho (My Love is a Rider), Mildred and Dorothy Good, 3. Sam Bass, "Mac" McClintock, 4. Tying a Knot in the Devil's Tail, Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee, 5. Texas Ranger, Cartwright Brothers, 6. The Mormon Cowboy, Carl T. Sprague, 7. The Night Guard, Jack Webb, 8. Haunted Hunter, Billie Maxwell [68]

No. 69:   Chester James:   Looking Back:   Side 1: 1. Whippoorwill Song, 2. Bonnie Wee Lassie, 3. Two Little Girls in Blue, 4. The Huckster Wagon, 5. Little White-Washed Chimney, 6. Scarlet Ribbons, 7. The Light in the Parlor, 8. Little Alpine Goat Boy, Side 2: 1. Little Joe, 2. The Mountain of My Life, 3. Old Red Cradle, 4. Little Shoes, 5. Little Mother, 6. Little Shirt Mother Made for Me, 7. Blue Ridge Mountain Home, 8. Hills of Old Kentucky [69]

No. 70:   Bop N' Jay:   Arizona:   Side 1: 1. Arizona, Side 2: 1. I'll Never Let You Go, 3 copies [45 PRM] [222, 225, 226]

No. 71:   Alvie Self:   Will I Ever Find the Answer:   Side 1: 1. Will I Ever Find the Answer, Side 2: 1. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You [45 PRM] [223]

No. 72:   Gene Callahan:   The Last Cattle Drive:   Side 1: 1. The Last Cattle Drive, Side 2: 1. Heartaches and Teardrops [Inscribed to Singing Sam from Ed, Maria and Charlie] [45 PRM] [224]

No. 73:   Glenn Ohrlin:   Windy Bill:   Side 1: 1. Windy Bill, 2. My Stetson, 3. The Gol-Darned Wheel, Side 2: 1. Lee's Ferry, 2. Button Willow Tree, The Cowman's Prayer [45 PRM] [227]

No. 74:   Alvie Self:   Careful:   Side 1: 1. Careful, Side 2: 1. The Little House (on the back of a truck [45 PRM] [228]

No. 75:   Singin Sam:   Singin' Sam's Saddlebag of Songs:   Side 1: 1.Introduction, 2. Little Joe Wrangler, 3. Old Chisolm Trail, 4. Sirree Peaks, 5. City Boarders, 6. Punchin' the Dough, 7. 10,000 Years Ago, Side 2: 1. Hairtrigger Newt, 2. Rawhide Rope, 3. Jake and Rony, 4. Strawberry Roan, 5. Plink Plunk, 6. Red River Valley, 2 copies [241]

No. 76:   'Aim Morhardt:   Death Valley '49ers:   Side 1: 1. Desert Magic, 2. Creaking Saddles, 3. I Staked My Claim, Side 2: 4. Blue Haze, 5. My Ranch, 6. Men are Dust [45 PRM] [296]

No. 77:   Singin' Sam:   Singin' Sam and Friends:   Side 1: 1. Philadelphia Lawyer, 2. Peon Named Pancho, 3. Had But Fifty Cents, 4. Dearly Beloved, 5. Good Old Mountain Dew, Silver Haired Daddy, Side 2: 1. Cowboy Nick, 2. South Coast, 3. Goin' Back, 4. Iron Pants Pete, 5. Cat Came Back, 6. Red Elk [427]

No. 78:   Various:   Back in the Saddle Again: American Cowboy Songs:   Side 1: 1. The Old Chisholm Trail, Harry "Haywire Mac" McClintock, 2. The Pot Wrassler, Harry Jackson, 3. The Gol-Durned Wheel, Val Holyoak, 4. When the Work's All Done This Fall, Carl T. Sprague, 5. Streets of Laredo, John G. Prude, 6. Sioux Indians, Marc Williams, 7. The Dying Cowboy, Jules Verne Allen, Side 2: 1. Tying a Knot in the Devil's Tail, Powder River Jack and Kitty Lee, 2. Strawberry Roan, Arizona Wranglers, 3. The Lone Star Trail, Ken Maynard, 4. Ridge Runnin' Roan, Glen Rice and His Beverley Hill Billies, 5. Whoopee-Ti-Yi-Yo, John White, 6. Cowhand's Last Ride, Jimmie Rodgers, Side 3. 1. Little Old Log Shack I Always Call My Home, Wilf Carter (Montana Slim), 2. A-Ridin' Old Paint, Tex Ritter, 3. I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart, Patsy Montana, 4. Cattle Call, Tex Owens, 5. One More Ride, Sons of the Pioneers, 6. Dim Narrow Trail, Texas Ruby, 7. I Want to Be a Real Cowboy Girl, Girls of the Golden West, 8. Back in the Saddle Again, Gene Autry, Side 4. 1. My Dear Old Arizona Home, Rex Allen, 2. Cowboy Stomp, Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys, 3. D-Bar-2 Horse Wrangler, Slim Critchlow, 4. City Boarders, Sam Agins, 5. The Cowboy, Glenn Ohrlin, 6. Rusty Spurs, Chris Le Doux, 7. Cowboy Song, Riders in the Sky [no number]

No. 79:   Paul White :   Sea Chanty for Harp and Strings:   Side 1: First Movement: Allegro Non Troppo (Beginning), Edna Phillips, Harp, Alexander Hilsberg and Sol Ruden, Violins, Samuel Roens, Viola, Samuel Mayes, Cello, A. Torello, Bass, Side 2: 1. Third Movement: Allegro Aiocoso, Edna Phillips, Harp, Alexander Hilsberg and Sol Ruden, Violins, Samuel Roens, Viola, Samuel Mayes, Cello, A. Torello, Bass [no number]

No. 80:   Marty and Wayne :   Wildwood:   Side 1: 1. The Lock Keeper's House, 2. Eyes are Blue, 3. Southwind, 4. Mississippi Sawyer, 5. Johnny's Gone for a Soldier, 6. Old Blue, Side 2: 1. Hush Little Baby, 2. Green Rocky Road 3. Maryanna Mae, 4. Galway Hornpipe/Rites of Man, 5. Andy's Reel, 6. One Morning in May, 7. Crawdad Song [two copies] [no number]



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