SESSION DISCOGRAPHY * ALBUMS DISCOGRAPHY * SINGLES DISCOGRAPHY

Country and crossover since 1920s and my favorite artists of all genres too...
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Sunday, September 4, 2011

Jimmy Arnold

*1952 Fries, VA, +26-12-1992
2nd version
by Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti
SESSIONS


ca 1964 unknown - Jimmy and Wesley And The Twin County Partners
J01 MAKE ME A PALLET ON THE FLOOR Stark SR 0012
J02 THE WORLD IS WAITING FOR THE SUNRISE  Stark SR 0012
16 May 1974 Homer and Association, Clinto, MD – Jimmy Arnold (Jimmy Arnold [ld gt/banjo], Cliff Waldron [rh gt], Akira Otsuka [mandolin/rh gt-1], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Gakusei Ryo [mandolin/bass/fiddle], Ed Ferris [bass], Ronnie Bucke [percussion]. Producer: Charles Freeland)
001 STRICTLY ARNOLD Rebel SLP-1538
002 DOC HARRIS' HORNPIPE -1 Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
003 PANHANDLE RAG Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
004 CHARMAINE Rebel SLP-1538
005 M STREET RAG Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
006 TOMMY JARRELL Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
007 GEMINI Rebel SLP-1538
008 WAYBURN'S FIDDLE Rebel SLP-1538
009 RUBY'S SONG Rebel SLP-1538
010 DOING MY "THANG" Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
011 BOARMAN'S WAY Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
012 BYE BYE BLUES Rebel SLP-1538 REB-CD-7513
8 October 1974 Track Recorders Inc., 8226 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD – Jimmy Arnold (Jimmy Arnold [ld gt/banjo], Warren Blair [rh gt], Akira Otsuka [mandolin], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Tom Grey [bass], Ronnie Bucke [drums], Ricky Skaggs [fiddle]. Producer: Charles Freeland)
013 ALONE AGAIN NATURALLY SLP-1565
014 JAM SESSION SLP-1565
015 NINE POUND HAMMER SLP-1565
16 January 1976 Track Recorders Inc., 8226 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD – Jimmy Arnold (Jimmy Arnold [ld gt/banjo], Cliff Waldron [rh gt], Akira Otsuka [mandolin], Steve Wilson [dobro], Johnny Castle [el bass], Ronnie Bucke [drums]. Producer: Charles Freeland)
016 CONFRONTATION SLP-1565
017 100 PROOF SLP-1565
018 SUGAR FOOT RAG SLP-1565
019 DEPRESSION SLP-1565
020 SOMBRA SLP-1565
021 A LITTLE BIT OF BLUES SLP-1565
022 MANDY'S SONG SLP-1565
17 June 1976 Track Recorders Inc., 8226 Georgia Ave., Silver Spring, MD – Jimmy Arnold (Jimmy Arnold [gt/dobro/fiddle], Johnny Castle [bass-1], Ronnie Bucke [drums]. Producer: Charles Freeland)
023 SONG FOR NANCY – 1 SLP-1565
024 LONELINESS SLP-1565
ca. Spring 1982  Waily Cleaver’s Recording Studio, Fredericksburg, VA – Jimmy Arnold  (Jimmy Arnold [gt/banjo/fiddle/harmonica], Wayne Yates [rh gt], Mark Newton [mandolin], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Ed Wilkson [bass]. Producer: Jimmy Arnold, Pete Bonta)
025 LITTLE ROCK GETAWAY Rebel REB-1603 REB-CD-7513
026 LONDONDERRY HORNPIPE Rebel REB-1603
027 HUB'S RAG MOUNTAIN MAN Rebel REB-1603
028 SWANEE RIVER Rebel REB-1603 REB-CD-7513
029 RAINBOW RIDE Rebel REB-1603 REB-CD-7513
030 RIDIN' HIGH Rebel REB-1603
031 THE ENTERTAINER/MAPLE LEAF RAG Rebel REB-1603 REB-CD-7513
032 CATTLE IN THE CANE Rebel REB-1603
033 CRAZY BANJO RAG Rebel REB-1603
034 MEDUSA Rebel REB-1603
035 ALABAMA JUBILEE Rebel REB-1603
ca. Spring 1983 Wally Cleaver's Recording Studio, Fredericksburg, VI – Jimmy Arnold (Tim Callahan [gt], Mike Auldridge [dobro], Roy Self [bass], Jeff Scheneman [drums] + Tommy Reynolds [bck vcl]. Producer: Jimmy Arnold, Peter Bonta)
036 JESSE JAMES Rebel REB-1621 REB-CD-7513
037 GEORGIA MOON Rebel REB-1621
038 REBEL SOLDIER Rebel REB-1621
039 SOUTHERN COMFORT Rebel REB-1621
040 NIGHT THEY DROVE OLD DIXIE DOWN Rebel REB-1621
041 SAIL AWAY LADIES Rebel REB-1621
042 GENERAL LEE Rebel REB-1621 REB-CD-7513
043 MY HOME'S ACROSS THE BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS Rebel REB-1621 REB-CD-7513
044 DIXON LINE Rebel REB-1621
045 BONAPARTE'S RETREAT/ARKANSAS SOLDIER Rebel REB-1621
046 LORENA Rebel REB-1621
047 SOUTHERN SOUL Rebel REB-1621
048 HEROES Rebel REB-1621
049 SALLY ANN Rebel REB-1621
Btw 1974/1983 unknown – Jimmy Arnold
050 TRAVIS BLUES REB-CD-7513
051 WILDWOOD CASKET REB-CD-7513
052 IF REB-CD-7513

ALBUMS
Rebel SLP-1538 Strictly Arnold:
Strictly Arnold; Doc Harris' Hornpipe; Panhandle Rag; Charmaine; M Street Rag; Tommy Jarrell; Gemini; Wayburn's Fiddle; Ruby's Song; Doing My "Thang"; Boarman's Way; Bye Bye Blues - 74
Rebel SLP-1565 Jimmy Arnold – Guitar: Confrontation; 100 Proof; Sugar Foot Rag; Alone Again Naturally; Jam Session; Song For Nancy; Nine Pound Hammer; Depression; Sombra; Little Bit Of Blues; Mandy's Song; Loneliness - 77
Rebel REB-1603 Rainbow Ride: Little Rock Getaway; Londonderry Hornpipe; Hub's Rag Mountain Man; Swanee River; Rainbow Ride; Ridin' High; Entertainer; Maple Leaf Rag; Cattle In The Cane; Crazy Banjo Rag; Medusa; Alabama Jubilee - 01-07-82
Rebel REB-1621 Southern Soul: Jesse James; Georgia Moon; Rebel Soldier; Southern Comfort; The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down; Sail Away Ladies; General Lee; My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains; Dixon Line; Bonaparte's Retreat/Arkansas Soldier; Lorena; Southern Soul; Heroes; Sally Ann - 25-08-83
Rebel REB-CD-7513 Riding With Ol' Mosby: Little Rock Getaway; Panhandle Rag; The Entertainer / Maple Leaf Rag; My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains; Rainbow Ride; Doing My "Thang"; Boarman's Way; M Street Rag; If*; Jesse James; Swanee River; Doc Harris' Hornpipe; Travis Blues*; Tommy Jarrell; General Lee; Wildwood Casket*; Bye Bye Blues – 18-07-06 (*previously unissued)

SINGLES
Stark (ca 1964) Jimmy and Wesley And The Twin County Partners
SR 0012 Make Me A Pallet On The Floor / The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise – ca 64

 

Doug Stone

Doug Brooks *19-06-1956 Newman, GA
by Praguefrank, Mario Manciotti, Thieu Van De Vorst
SESSIONS

ca November 1989 The Bennett House, Franklin, TN/Southern Tracks Recording Studio, Atlanta, GA/Pyramid Recording Studio, Lookout Mountain, GA/The Reflections Studiuo, Nashville, TN/Nightingale Recording Studio, Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Bobby All/Mac McAnally [ac gt], Brent Rowan [el gt], Paul Franklin [steel/dobro], Willie Weeks [bass], Owen Hale [drums], Mark Morris [percussion], Mark O‘ Connor [fiddle/mandolin], Steve Nathan [keyboards], Kirk Johnson [harmonica], Michael Jones [bck vcl], Dennis Wilson [bck vcl-1]. Producer: Doug Johnson)
001 I'D BE BETTER OFF (IN A PINE BOX) -1 34-73246 34-77716/EK-45303
002 FOURTEEN MINUTES OLD 34-73425/EK-45303
003 IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT 34-73741/EK-45303
004 TURN THIS THING AROUND 34-73741/EK-45303
005 CRYING ON YOUR SHOULDER AGAIN EK-45303
006 THESE LIPS DON'T KNOW HOW TO SAY GOODBYE 34-73570/EK-45303
007 WE ALWAYS AGREE ON LOVE 34-73570/EK-45303
008 MY HAT'S OFF TO HIM EK-45303
009 IT'S A GOOD THING I DON'T LOVE YOU ANYMORE 34-73246/EK-45303
010 HIGH WEEDS AND RUST 34-73425/EK-45303
ca April 1991 Nightingale Studio, 1815 Division St., Suite 115, Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl/ac gt], Brent Rowan [el gt], Tim Mensy [gt-1], Bobby All [ac gt], Paul Franklin [dobro/steel], Willie Weeks [bass gt], Owen Hale [drums], Mark Morris [parcussion], Rob Hajacos [fiddle], Kirk Johnson [harmonica], Steve Nathan [keyboards], Michael Jones [bck vcl]. Producer: Doug Johnson) [overdubs recorded at Nightingale Studio, Nashville, TN, Bennett House, Franklin, TN/The Music Mill, Nashville, TN: Doug Stone [vcl], bck vcl]
011 I THOUGHT IT WAS YOU -1 34-73895/EK-47357
012 A JUKEBOX WITH A COUNTRY SONG 34-74089/EK-47357
013 THE FEELING NEVER GOES AWAY 34-74259/EK-47357
014 (FOR EVERY INCH I'VE LAUGHED) I'VE CRIED A MILE 34-73895/EK-47357
015 REMEMBER THE RIDE 34-74089/EK-47357
016 COME IN OUT OF THE PAIN 34-74259/EK-47357
017 BURNING DOWN THE TOWN EK-47357
018 IF IT WAS UP TO ME EK-47357
019 THE RIGHT TO REMAIN SILENT EK-47357
020 THEY DON'T MAKE YEARS LIKE THEY USED TO EK-47357
ca April 1992 Nightingale Studio, 1815 Division St., Suite 115, Nashville, TN/ Soundshop Studio, 1307 Division St., Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Producer: Doug Johnson)
021 WARNING LABELS 34-74399/EK-52436
022 MADE FOR LOVIN' YOU 34-74885/EK-52436
023 LEAVE ME THE RADIO EK-52436
024 THIS EMPTY HOUSE 34-77025 34-77228/EK-52436
025 WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT 34-77025/EK-52436
026 AIN'T YOUR MEMORY GOT NO PRIDE AT ALL EK-52436
027 THE WORKIN' END OF A HOE 34-74761/EK-52436
028 TOO BUSY BEING IN LOVE 34-74761/EK-52436
029 SHE'S GOT A FUTURE IN THE MOVIES 34-74885/EK-52436
030 LEFT, LEAVIN', GOIN' OR GONE 34-74399/EK-52436
ca June 1992 Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Brent Rowan [el gt], Blue Miller [el gt/bck vcl], Bobby All [ac gt], Sonny Garrish [steel], Dave Pomeroy [bass gt], Owen Hale [drums], Mark Morris [percussion], Rob Hajacos [fiddle], Steve Nathan [keyboards], Michael Jones [bck vcl]. Producer: Doug Johnson)
031 THE FIRST CHRISTMAS EK-52844
032 THE WARMEST WINTER EK-52844
033 AN ANGEL LIKE YOU EK-52844
034 ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS IS YOU EK-52844
035 WHEN DECEMBER COMES AROUND EK-52844
036 JUST PUT A RIBBON IN YOUR HAIR EK-52844
037 SANTA'S FLYING A 747 TONIGHT EK-52844
038 THREE LITTLE PENNIES EK-52844
039 SAILING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS EK-52844
040 A CHRISTMAS CARD EK-52844
ca Summer 1993 Mesa Recordings Studio, Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Larry Byram [gt], Dan Huff [gt], Sonny Garrish/ Paul Franklin [dobro/steel], Joe Spivey [mandolin/fiddle], Larry Paxton/Glenn Worf/Mike Brignardello [bass], Lonnie Wilson [drums], Rob Hajacos/Glen Duncan [fiddle], Gary Smith/Matt Rollings/Tim Veazey [piano] + Curtis Young, Curtis Wright [bck vcl]. Producer: Doug Johnson)
041 ADDICTED TO A DOLLAR 34-77375/EK-57271
042 SHE USED TO LOVE ME A LOT 34-77549/EK-57271
043 MORE LOVE 34-77549/EK-57271
044 LITTLE SISTER'S BLUE JEANS EK-57271
045 SMALL STEPS EK-57271
046 WISHBONE EK-57271
047 THAT'S A LIE 34-77375/EK-57271
048 LOVE YOU TOOK ME BY SURPRISE EK-57271
049 I NEVER KNEW LOVE 34-77228/EK-57271
050 DREAM HIGH EK-57271
ca July 1994 Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Producer: Doug Johnson)
051 LITTLE HORSES 34-77716 /EK-66803
ca November 1994 Loud Recording, 50 Music Square West, Nashville TN – Doug Stone (Producer: James Stroud & Doug Stone)
052 YOU WON'T OUTLIVE ME 34-77945/CK-64330
053 FAITH IN ME, FAITH IN YOU 34-77837/CK-64330
054 SOMETIMES I FORGET 34-77945/CK-64330
055 BORN IN THE DARK 38-78039/CK-64330
056 DOWN ON MY KNEES 38-78039/CK-64330
057 ENOUGH ABOUT ME (LET'S TALK ABOUT YOU) 34-77837/CK-64330
058 I DO ALL MY CRYING (ON THE INSIDE) CK-64330
059 HONKY TONK MONA LISA CK-64330
060 YOU'RE NOT THAT EASY TO FORGET CK-64330
061 LOOK WHERE SHE IS TODAY CK-64330
ca Spring 1999 Loud Studios, Nashville, TN/Quad Studios, Nashville, TN/Secondwrite Studios, Springfield, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Mark Casstevens [ac gt], Bobby All [ac gt], Patrick Buchanon [el gt], Kenny Greenberg [el gt], Scotty Sanders [dobro/steel], Scott Sanders [dobro], Lonnie Wilson, Owen Hale [drums], Rob Hajacos [fiddle], The Nashville String Machine [strings], Mike Rojas [piano], Jim Collins, John Wesley Ryles, Leslie Satcher, Liana Manis [bck vcl]. Producer: Wally Wilson & Doug Stone)
062 MAKE UP IN LOVE Atlantic 83206-2
063 TAKE A LETTER MARIA Atlantic 83206-2
064 THE HEART HOLDS ON Atlantic 83206-2
065 SURPRISE Atlantic 83206-2
066 OH MOON Atlantic 83206-2
067 NOT ME Atlantic 83206-2
068 DEEPER THAN THAT Atlantic 83206-2
069 ONE SATURDAY Atlantic 83206-2
070 A ROOM WITHOUT A VIEW Atlantic 83206-2
071 THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A WOMAN AND A MAN Atlantic 83206-2
2001 Nashville, TN – Doug Stone
072 THE ROCK Stone Age LP 2001
073 EVERY OTHER FRIDAY AT FIVE Stone Age LP 2001
074 ALMOST Stone Age LP 2001
075 ONE HEARTACHE AT A TIME Stone Age LP 2001
076 POOR MAN'S BOULEVARD Stone Age LP 2001
077 HE REMEMBERS HER Stone Age LP 2001
078 POW 369 Stone Age LP 2001
079 BONE DRY Stone Age LP 2001
080 IN THE NAME OF LOVE Stone Age LP 2001
081 YOU WERE NEVER MINE TO LOSE Stone Age LP 2001
2002 Hilltop Recording Studios, 902 Due West Ave., Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Seidina Reed [gt], Rusty VanSickle [gt], Jackson Brooks [gt], Dan Justice [gt], Mike Johnson [steel/dobro], Curtis Jay [bass], Mark Beckett/Wesley Buttrey/Rick Brothers [drums],Buddy Hyatt [strings/piano], Tim Gonzalez [harmonica])
082 LOSING YOU Audium AUD-CD-8158
083 THE LONG WAY Audium AUD-CD-8158
084 ONE HEARTACHE AT A TIME Audium AUD-CD-8158
085 POOR MAN'S BLVD. Audium AUD-CD-8158
086 P.O.W 369 Audium AUD-CD-8158
087 BONE DRY Audium AUD-CD-8158
088 LYING TO MYSELF Audium AUD-CD-8158
089 MORE LOVE Audium AUD-CD-8158
090 BORN IN THE DARK Audium AUD-CD-8158
091 I'D BE BETTER OFF (IN A PINE BOX) Audium AUD-CD-8158
2004 Brock Music, Nashville, TN/Sound Emporium, Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], Jerry Kimbrough [gt], Don Shough [gt], Kerry West [gt], Bobby All [ac gt], Jonathan Yudkin [mandolin/violin/fiddle/viola], Russ Pahl [steel/dobro/banjo], Mike Johnson [steel], Curtis Jay/Mike Chapman [bass gt], Derek Mixon/Owen Hale [drums], Wesley Buttrey [percussion], David Davidson [violin/fiddle], Joe Spivey [fiddle], Gary "Bud" Smith [piano/electric piano/Clavinet/synthesizer], Matt Rawlins [piano] Sam Levine [clarinet/tenor sax], Mike Haynes [trumpet], Barry Green [tenor trombone], Curtis Wright, Rusty VanSickle, Lisa Zanghi, Jeff Brock [bck vcl])
092 GEORGIA ON MY MIND Lofton Creek 2004
093 TIME Lofton Creek 2004
094 WORLD GOES ROUND Lofton Creek 2004
095 HOW DO I GET OFF THE MOON Lofton Creek 2004
096 ONLY YOU (AND YOU ALONE) Lofton Creek 2004
097 THE BEGINNING OF THE END Lofton Creek 2004
098 CRAZY LOVE Lofton Creek 2004
099 EVERYTHING Lofton Creek 2004
100 TO BE A MAN Lofton Creek 2004
101 LET THE LIGHT SHINE ON YOU Lofton Creek 2004
102 MILLIONAIRE Lofton Creek 2004
103 TELL IT LIKE IT IS Lofton Creek 2004
104 IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT Lofton Creek 2004
105 WHY DIDN'T I THINK OF THAT Lofton Creek 2004
2007 Nashville, TN – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl], B. James Lowry [ac gt], Brent Rowan [el gt/banjo], Dan Dugmore [steel], Mark Hill [bass gt], Owen Hale [drums], Julian King [percussion], Rob Hajacos [fiddle], Jim "Moose" Brown [keyboards], Wes Hightower [bck vcl])
106 WE'RE ALL ABOUT LOVE Progression 7292
107 DANCIN' ON GLASS Progression 7292
108 AIN'T THAT JUST LIKE A WOMAN Progression 7292
109 DON'T TELL MAMA Progression 7292
110 NICE PROBLEM Progression 7292
111 THE RIGHT SIDE OF LONESOME Progression 7292
112 THE HARD WAY Progression 7292
113 SHE ALWAYS GETS WHAT SHE WANTS Progression 7292
114 THAT‘S HOW WE ROLL Progression 7292
115 TO A BETTER PLACE Progression 7292
116 YOU WERE NEVER MINE TO LOSE Progression 7292
20 June 2008 [live] Billy Bob’s, 2520 Rodeo Plaza, Fort Worth, TX – Doug Stone (Doug Stone [vcl/various instruments], Ron Stafford [ac gt/steel/bck vcl], Chad Rueffer [bass gt/bck vcl], Ron Thompson [drums/bck vcl], Randy Reinhart [keyboards])
11601 WARNING LABELS Smith Music Group 5048-2
11602 FAITH IN ME FAITH IN YOU Smith Music Group 5048-2
11603 I THOUGHT IT WAS YOU Smith Music Group 5048-2
11604 LITTLE HOUSES Smith Music Group 5048-2
11605 TOO BUSY BEING IN LOVE Smith Music Group 5048-2
11606 WE'RE ALL ABOUT THAT Smith Music Group 5048-2
11607 I NEVER KNEW LOVE Smith Music Group 5048-2
11608 MAKE UP IN LOVE Smith Music Group 5048-2
11609 MORE LOVE Smith Music Group 5048-2
11610 WHY DIDNT I THINK OF THAT Smith Music Group 5048-2
11611 DON'T TELL MAMMA Smith Music Group 5048-2
11612 THESE LIPS DON'T KNOW Smith Music Group 5048-2
11613 A JUKEBOX WITH A COUNTRY SONG Smith Music Group 5048-2
11614 MADE FOR LOVIN' YOU Smith Music Group 5048-2
11615 THAT'S HOW WE ROLL Smith Music Group 5048-2
11616 IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT Smith Music Group 5048-2
11617 I'D BE BETTER OFF (IN A PINE BOX) Smith Music Group 5048-2
2008 Nashville, TN – Doug Stone
117 DON'T TELL MAMMA Smith Music Group 5048-2

ALBUMS
Epic FE/EK-45303 Doug Stone: I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box); Fourteen Minutes Old; In A Different Light; Turn This Thing Around; Crying On Your Shoulder Again; These Lips Don't Know How To Say Goodbye; We Always Agree On Love; My Hat's Off To Him; It's A Good Thing I Don't Love You Anymore; High Weeds And Rust – 03-90
Epic EK-47357 I Thought It Was You: I Thought It Was You; A Jukebox With A Country Song; The Feeling Never Goes Away; (For Every Inch I've Laughed) I've Cried A Mile; Remember The Ride; Come In Out Of The Pain; Burning Down The Town; If It Was Up To Me; The Right To Remain Silent; They Don't Make Years Like They Used To – 08-91
Epic EK-52436 From The Heart: Warning Labels; Made For Lovin' You; Leave Me The Radio; This Empty House; Why Didn't I Think Of That; Ain't Your Memory Got No Pride At All; The Workin' End Of A Hoe; Too Busy Being In Love; She's Got A Future In The Movies; Left, Leavin', Goin' Or Gone – 11-08-92
Epic EK-52844 The First Christmas: The First Christmas; The Warmest Winter; An Angel Like You; All I Want For Christmas Is You; When December Comes Around; Just Put A Ribbon In Your Hair; Santa's Flying A 747 Tonight; Three Little Pennies; Sailing Home For Christmas; A Christmas Card – 11-92
Epic EK-57271 More Love: Addicted To A Dollar; She Used To Love Me A Lot; More Love; Little Sister's Blue Jeans; Small Steps; Wishbone; That's A Lie; Love You Took Me By Surprise; I Never Knew Love; Dream High – 16-11-93
Epic EK-66803 Greatest Hits. Vol. 1: Little Houses*; Too Busy Being In Love; A Jukebox With A Country Song; Made For Loving You; Why Didn't I Think Of That; In A Different Light; Come In Out Of The Pain; Warning Labels; I Thought It Was You; I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box) - 11-94 (*previously unissued on album)
Columbia CK-64330 Faith In Me, Faith In You: You Won't Outlive Me; Faith In Me, Faith In You; Sometimes I Forget; Born In The Dark; Down On My Knees; Enough About Me (Let's Talk About You); I Do All My Crying (On The Inside); Honky Tonk Mona Lisa; You're Not That Easy To Forget; Look Where She Is Today – 14-03-95
Columbia CK-67946 Super Hits: I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box); Fourteen Minutes Old; In A Different Light; These Lips Don't Know How To Say Goodbye; I Never Knew Love; Come In Out Of The Pain; A Jukebox With A Country Song; More Love; Why Didn't I Think Of That; Faith In Me, Faith In You – 11-03-97 (sampler)
Sony Music Special Products A-33571 Pure Country: A Jukebox With A Country Song; Burning Down The Town; She Used To Love Me A Lot; Addicted To A Dollar; The Workin' End Of A Hoe; Leave Me The Radio; This Empty House; That's A Lie; Love, You Took Me By Suprise; Warning Labels – 98 (sampler)
Atlantic 83206-2 Make Up In Love: Make Up In Love; Take A Letter Maria; The Heart Holds On; Surprise; Oh Moon; Not Me; Deeper Than That; One Saturday; A Room Without A View; The Difference Between A Woman And A Man – 07-09-99
Stone Age LP-2001 Harmful To The Heart: The Rock; Every Other Friday At Five; Almost; One Heartache At A Time; Poor Man's Boulevard; He Remembers Her; POW 369; Bone Dry; In The Name Of Love; - You were Never Mine To Lose - 01
Audium AUD-CD-8158 The Long Way: Losing You; The Long Way; One Heartache At A Time; Poor Man's Blvd.; P.O.W 369; Bone Dry; Lying To Myself; More Love; Born In The Dark; I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box) – 24-09-02
Lofton Creek 9004 In A Different Light: Georgia On My Mind; Time; World Goes Round; How Do I Get Off The Moon; Only You (And You Alone); The Beginning Of The End; Crazy Love; Everything; To Be A Man; Let The Light Shine On You; Millionaire; Tell It Like It Is; In A Different Light; Why Didn't I Think Of That – 29-03-05
KRB 8162-2 Jukebox: Jukebox with a Country Song; Addicted to a Dollar; Fourteen Minutes Old; I Never Knew Love; I'd Be Better Off In a Pine Box; In a Different Light; More Love; These Lips Don't Know How to Say Goodbye; Too Busy Being In Love; Why Didn't I Think of That – 07 (sampler)
Progression Music 7292 My Turn: We're All About Love; Dancin' On Glass; Ain't That Just Like A Woman; Don't Tell Mama; Nice Problem; The Right Side Of Lonesome; The Hard Way; She Always Gets What She Wants; Thats How We Roll; To A Better Place; You Were Never Mine To Lose – 18-09-07
American Legends 192057 American Legends: Jukebox With a Country Song; Too Busy Being in Love; Why Didn't I think of That; I Never Knew Love; Addicted to a Dollar; In a Different Light; Warning Labels; These Lips Don't Know How to Say Goodbye; I Thought It Was You; Come In Out Of The Pain – 09 (sampler)
Smith Music Group 5048-2 Live At Billy Bob’s Texas: Warning Labels; Faith In Me Faith In You; I Thought It Was You; Little Houses; Too Busy Being In Love; We're All About That; I Never Knew Love; Make Up In Love; More Love; Why Didnt I Think Of That; Don't Tell Mamma; These Lips Don't Know; A Jukebox With A Country Song; Made For Lovin' You; That's How We Roll; In A Different Light; I'd Be Better Off (In A Pine Box); Don't Tell Mamma (Studio Bonus) – 27-01-09

SINGLES
Epic (1990-95) / Columbia (1995-)
34-73246 I'd Be Better Off / It's A Good Thing I Don't Love You Anynymore - 01-02-90
34-73425 Fourteen Minutes Old / High Weeds And Rust - 28-06-90
34-73570 These Lips Don't Know How To Say Goodbye / We Always Agree On Love - 31-10-90
34-73741 In A Different Light / Turn This Thing Around - 02-91
34-73895 I Thought It Was You / I've Cried A Mile - 06-91
34-74089 A Jukebox With Country Song / Remember The Ride - 10-91
34-74259 Come In Out The Pain / Feeling Never Goes Away - 02-92
34-74399 Warning Labels / Left Leavin' Goin' Or Gone - 06-92
34-74761 Too Busy Being In Love / The Workin' End Of A Hoe - 10-92
34-74885 Made For Lovin' You / She's Got A Future In The Movies - 02-93
34-77025 Why Didn't I Think Of That / This Empty House - 06-93
34-77228 I Never Knew Love / This Empty House - 19-10-93
34-77375 Addicted To A Dollar / That's A Lie - 22-02-94
34-77549 More Love / She Used To Love Me A Lot - 14-06-94
34-77716 Little Horses / I'd Be Better Off - 10-94
34-77837 Faith In Me, Faith In You / Enough About Me Let's Talk About You - 28-02-95
34-77945 Sometimes I Forget / You Won't Outlive Me - 13-06-95
38-78039 Born In The Dark / Down On My Knees - 09-95

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.