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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Tex Morton

Robert William Lane, *30-08-1916 Nelson, New Zealand, +23 July 1983
3rd version

by Robert Platt (based on earlier discographical research by John Edwards, David Crisp and Hedley Charles) and with the assistance of Max Ellis, Pat Ware, Peter Burgis, Gordon Spittle and Andrew Smith, Hedley Charles

SESSIONS
1932 - 1934, Wellington, New Zealand B Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
[In possibly several sessions between 1932 and 1934, Tex Morton may have recorded around twenty 7" Speak-o-phone aluminum discs. Three of these discs have been preserved at the National Sound and Film Archives in Canberra. Each disc is approximately four minutes in length and contains two songs. The preserved discs contain two versions of End of the Hobo's Trail, two versions of The Insult, a version of Mexican Yodel and a version of The Last Roundup.Other titles possibly recorded on the aluminum discs but not yet located include Home on the Range, If These Lips Could Only Speak and Man in the Street]
25 February 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
001 T-1413 TEXAS IN THE SPRING Regal Zonophone G-22714
002 T-1414 GOING BACK TO TEXAS RZ G-22714
003 T-1415 HAPPY YODELLER RZ G-22715/Sony Australia 7609602
004 T-1416 SWISS SWEETHEART RZ-G22715/Sony Australia 7609602
3 March 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
005 T-1417 WYOMING WILLIE RZ G-22716
006 T-1418 YOU=RE GOING TO LEAVE THE OLD HOME JIM RZ G-22716
007 T-1419 (CA-17147) THE OREGON TRAIL RZ G-22717/Columbia FB-2068 (UK)
008 T-1420 CARRY ME BACK TO THE LONE PRAIRIE RZ G-22717/Sony Australia 7609602
[Around May 1936 Columbia began using new equipment from England and apparently denoted the new recording conditions with a change in the matrix preface from T to CT.]
1 July 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
009 CT-1449 THE PRAIRIE IS A LONESOME PLACE AT NIGHT RZ G-22872
010 CT-1450 SING YOU COWBOY RZ G-22872
20 August 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
011 CT-1460 RAGTIME COWBOY JOE RZ G-22905
012 CT-1461 WANDERING STOCKMAN RZ G-22904/Sony Australia 7609602
013 CT-1462 OLD SHIP OF MINE RZ G-22905
014 CT-1463 WRAP ME UP IN MY STOCKWHIP AND BLANKET RZ G-22904/Sony Australia 7609602
15 October 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Harry Thompson (harmonica))
015 CT-1474 JUST DRIFTING ALONG RZ G-22950/Columbia FB-1918(UK)
016 CT-1475 THE YODELLING BAGMAN RZ G-22950/Columbia FB-1918(UK)
20 October 1936, Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
017 CT-1476 ON THE GUNDAGAI LINE RZ G-22951/Columbia SEGO-70088/Sony Australia 7609602
018 CT-1477 (CA-17146) ALL SET AND SADDLED RZ G-22951/Columbia FB-2068 (UK)/Sony Australia 7609602
23 February 1937 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Herbie Marks [accordion])
019 CT-1496 LONESOME VALLEY SALLY RZ G-23058
020 CT-1497 TAKE ME BACK TO DREAM BY THE OLD MILL STREAM RZ G-23058
5 March 1937 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
021 CT-1499 BLACK SHEEP RZ G-23064/Sony Australia 7609602
022 CT-1500 YOU'LL ONLY HAVE ONE MOTHER RZ G-23064
5 June 1937 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
023 CT-1517 OLD PAL OF MY BOYHOOD DAYS RZ G-23145
024 CT-1518 ACROSS THE GREAT DIVIDE RZ G-23145
025 CT-1519 WHY SHOULD I WORK RZ G-23146
026 CT-1520 THE END OF A HOBO'S TRAIL RZ G-23146
1 July 1937 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
027 CT-1521 BARNACLE BILL THE SAILOR RZ G-23167
028 CT-1522 PEG LEG JACK RZ G-23167
029 CT-1523 THE RAILROAD BUM RZ G-23166
030 CT-1524 FANNY BAY BLUES RZ G-23166
26 November 1937 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
031 CT-1539 MY SWEETHEART=S IN LOVE WITH A SWISS MOUNTAINEER RZ G-23278/Columbia FB-1948 (UK)/Columbia (Denmark) GD-254
032 CT-1540 THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN RZ G-23278/Columbia FB-1948 (UK)/Columbia (Denmark) GD-254
033 CT-1541 ROCKING ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKING CHAIR RZ G-23279/Sony Australia 7609602
034 CT-1542 THERE ARE TEAR STAINS ON YOU LETTER MOTHER DEAR RZ G-23279
10 March 1938 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
035 CT-1571 THE GREATEST MISTAKE OF MY LIFE RZ G-23382
036 CT-1572 I=M DREAMING TONIGHT OF THE OLD FOLKS RZ G-23382/Sony Australia 7609602
037 CT-1573 THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK RZ G-23383/Columbia SEGO-70048
038 CT-1574 YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS RZ G-23383/Columbia SEGO-70048
12 April 1938 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton & Harry Thompson (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Harry Thompson [vcl/harmonica])
039 CT-1576 MY BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN HOME RZ G-23415/Columbia FB-2211 (UK)
040 CT-1577 WHEN IT=S NIGHT TIME IN NEVADA RZ G-23416
041 CT-1578 WEEPING WILLOW TREE RZ G-23415
042 CT-1579 RED RIVER VALLEY RZ G-23416
27 July 1938 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
043 CT-1593 THE MARTINS AND THE COYS RZ G-23493, G-23529
044 CT-1594 SERGEANT SMALL RZ G-23493, Columbia SEGO-70088/Festival D-30696/Sony Australia 7609602
045 CT-1595 I LEFT MY HEART IN RED RIVER VALLEY RZ G-23494
046 CT-1596 BIRD IN A GILDED CAGE RZ G-23494/Sony Australia 7609602
6 September 1938 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
047 CT-1611 MOVE ALONG BALDY RZ G-23529/Columbia FB-2211 (UK)
[Almost immediately after the release of RZ G-23493 (The Martins and the Coys / Sergeant Small), the actual Sergeant Small, a New South Wales policeman about whom the song was written, launched legal proceedings and successfully had the song banned. The record was withdrawn, and Morton was recalled to the studio to record a new flipside for The Martins and the Coys]
21 November 1938 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
048 CT-1635 OLD MAN DUFF RZ G-23682
049 CT-1636 DREAMING WITH TEARS IN MY EYES RZ G-23631
050 CT-1637 YOUNG PAT MALONEY RZ G-23582
051 CT-1638 DYING DUFFER'S PRAYER RZ G-23582
052 CT-1639 CRIME DOES NOT PAY RZ G-23682/Sony Australia 7609602
053 CT-1640 MY OLD CRIPPLED DADDY RZ G-23631
9 May 1939 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
054 CT-1662 BONNY BLUE EYES RZ G-23756
055 CT-1663 MY OLD BUNKHOUSE BUDDIES RZ G-23756
056 CT-1664 TRAVEL BY TRAIN RZ G-23757/Columbia SEGO-70088/Sony Australia 7609602
057 CT-1665 MURRUMBIDGEE JACK RZ G-23757
11 September 1939 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
058 CT-1684 DREAMS OF SILVER RZ G-23849
059 CT-1685 ROCKY NED RZ G-23849
060 CT-1686 I'LL BE HANGED IF THEY'RE GONNA HANG ME RZ G-23853, Columbia SEGO-70088
061 CT-1687 I'M GONNA YODEL MY WAY TO HEAVEN RZ G-23853
20 November 1939 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton, * & Pat Fraley (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Pat Fraley [duet vl-1/gt])
062 CT-1718 HAND ME DOWN MY WALKING CANE -1 RZ G-23896
063 CT-1719 LET THE REST OF THE WORLD GO BY -1 RZ G-23896
064 CT-1720 THE ORiGINAL NED KELLY SONG * RZ G-23895/Sony Australia 7609602 [On later pressings the title was shortened to THE NED KELLY SONG.]
065 CT-1721 THE DAY I LEFT DADDY ALONE * RZ G-23895
[Pat Fraley was an American wrestler and singer whom Morton befriended. Morton renewed his friendship with Fraley when Morton went to Los Angeles in 1950.]
30 November 1939 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
066 CT-1734 BILLY BRINK THE SHEARER RZ G-23933/Sony Australia 7609602
067 CT-1735 LITTLE SWEETHEART OF DAYS GONE BY RZ G-23933
068 CT-1736 WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE SAGE RZ G-23934
069 CT-1737 SLEEPY HOLLOW RZ G-23934
29 March 1940 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
070 CT-1751 FREIGHT TRAIN YODEL RZ G-23995
071 CT-1752 ARISTOCRAT RZ G-23995/Sony Australia 7609602
13 May 1940 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
072 CT-1753 SHE CAME ROLLING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN RZ G-24029, Columbia SEGO-70048
073 CT-1754 IF YOU PLEASE MISS, GIVE ME HEAVEN RZ G-24030
074 CT-1755 JUST PLAIN FOLKS RZ G-24030
075 CT-1756 THE STOCKMAN=S LAST BED RZ G-24031
076 CT-1757 BEAUTIFUL QUEENSLAND RZ G-24029/Columbia SEGO-70048/Sony Australia 7609602
077 CT-1758 OLD BOKO AND ME RZ G-24031
18 November 1940 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
078 CT-1801 OLD ROVER RZ G-24172
079 CT-1802 YOU'LL NEVER BE MISSED RZ G-24172
13 March 1941 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders: (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], ASister Dorrie@ Ricketts [duet vcl-1] Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
080 CT-1818 THE DROVER'S WIFE RZ G-24263, Columbia SEGO-70039
081 CT-1819 EVERYTHING BUT YOU -1 RZ G-24314
082 CT-1820 IN THE LUGGAGE VAN AHEAD RZ G-24263/Columbia SEGO-70039/Sony Australia 7609602
083 CT-1821 COME BACK TO THE VALLEY RZ G-24314
[The personnel of the Roughriders is taken from John Edwards. A knowledgeable source indicates that Sister Dorrie sometimes played piano or accordion and that George Raymond played fiddle. Regal Zonophone's unwillingness to pay for the backing musicians is often cited as one of the factors leading to Morton's break with the company.] 28 May 1941 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders: (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [duet vcl-1], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
084 CT-1837 OLD SHEP -1 RZ G-24376
085 CT-1838 THROUGH THE SIN OF THE SON -1 RZ G-24376
086 CT-1839 WHEN THE CACTUS IS IN BLOOM -1 RZ G-24394
087 CT-1840 DON'T SAY GOODBYE -1 RZ G-24345, Columbia SEGO-70039
088 CT-1841 ROVER NO MORE RZ G-24394
089 CT-1842 MANDRAKE RZ G-24345, Columbia SEGO-70039/Sony Australia 7609602
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08901 01-A1 RAGTIME COWBOY JOE (TM and chorus, guitar) Kingfisher AUS-28, possibly AUS-7
08902 01-A2 FREIGHT TRAIN YODEL (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, possibly AUS-31
08903 01-A3 STEAK AND POTATOES (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, AUS-30
08904 01-B1 THE STOCKMAN'S LAST BED (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-28, AUS-32
08905 01-B2 WHEN THE CACTUS IS IN BLOOM (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, possibly AUS-7
[In early to mid-1942, Tex Morton recorded a series of 30 radio shows called All Set and Saddled at Columbia=s studios in the Sydney suburb of Homebush, about ten miles from the city. These were recorded on 16" double-sided laminated discs. Each show contained music, drama, story-telling, and comedy. They were not recorded before a live audience, but some audience applause was dubbed in. The programme was sponsored by a soap company, and the advertisements were an integrated part of the show. The show could not be played with a different sponsor. The program went on air in late 1942. There were about 100 commercial radio stations in Australia at the time, and copies of the show were circulated from one radio station to the next for broadcast. Possibly as many as twelve copies of each show was produced, but only one set has survived. Initially the show was a half-hour show and would fit on the two sides of a single disc. It seems that later the show required three sides and may have been expanded to 45 minutes. Some sides are not included in this discography either because they have been lost or destroyed, or because they have no songs on them. For the purpose of this discography, all of the songs from each radio programme are listed, but no attempt is made to denominate the dramas, stories and comedy routines. Where the matrix is usually found, is a number which indicates the programme number, the side, and the order of the song on the side (not a track number). Following the song title in parentheses are the initials of the lead vocalists and an indication of the accompaniment. Although not originally intended for commercial release, some of the recordings (including four complete shows) can now be found on Kingfisher cassettes, and these recordings are indicated with the label number on which they will be found.] 1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08906 02-A1 WYOMING WILLIE (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, possibly AUS-7, possibly AUS-33
08907 02-A2 DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, AUS-30
08908 02-A3 WRAP ME UP WITH MY STOCKWHIP AND BLANKET (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-28, AUS-33
08909 02-B1 CARRY ME BACK TO THE LONE PRAIRIE (TM, SD and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-28, possibly AUS-31
08910 02-B2 RED RIVER VALLEY (TM, SD and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-28
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08911 03-A1 ROCKY NED (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, possibly AUS-33
08912 03-A2 BONNY BLUE EYES (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, possibly AUS-31
08913 03-A3 ARE YOU THINKING OF ME TONIGHT (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, AUS-30
08914 03-B1 ROCKING ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKING CHAIR (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-29, AUS-32
08915 03-B2 HAND ME DOWN MY WALKING CANE (TM, SD and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, possibly AUS-7
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08916 04-A1 I=M GONNA YODEL MY WAY TO HEAVEN (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-29
08917 04-A2 THE OLD APPLE TREE (SD and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, AUS-30
08918 04-B1 MY LITTLE BUCKAROO (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-29, AUS-32
08919 04-B2 ROVER NO MORE (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-29
08920 04-B3 WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE SAGE (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-29, AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08921 05-A1 THE YELLOW ROSE OF TEXAS (TM and chorus, band)
08922 05-A2 EMPTY SADDLES IN THE OLD CORRAL (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08923 05-A3 THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAINS (TM, band)
08924 05-B1 MOTHER THE QUEEN OF MY HEART (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-33
08925 05-B2 BEAUTIFUL QUEENSLAND (TM and chorus, band)
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [ vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08926 06-A1 MY OLD PAL (TM, two guitars) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08927 06-A2 THE MARTINS AND THE COYS (SD and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08928 06-A3 SLEEPY HOLLOW (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08929 06-B1 THE BLACK SHEEP (TM, guitar) possibly Kingfisher AUS-33
08930 06-B2 GOIN= BACK TO TEXAS (TM and chorus, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08931 07-A1 WALTZING MATILDA (TM and chorus, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-1
08932 07-A2 THERE=S A GOLD MINE IN THE SKY (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08933 07-A3 PEG LEG JACK (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
08934 07-B1 OLD SHEP (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08935 07-B2 I'LL BE HANGED IF THEY=RE GONNA HANG ME (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-32
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08936 08-A1 MOVE ALONG BALDY (TM, two guitars) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08937 08-A2 DICK TURPIN'S RIDE TO YORK (DA, band)
08938 08-A3 THE TRAMP'S MOTHER (TM, guitar) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08939 08-B1 WHEN IT'S NIGHT TIME IN NEVADA (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08940 08-B2 SHE'LL BE COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN (TM, SD, band)
[Dan Agar (1882 - 1950) began his theatrical career in England in 1900. He first toured Australia in 1919, and emigrated there in 1929, becoming a popular radio comedian. On Tex's shows, he played the part of a sidekick along the lines of Gabby Hayes or Smiley Burnette.]
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08940 09-A1 COME BACK TO THE VALLEY (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08941 09-A2 CLANCY OF THE OVERFLOW (TM recitation, organ) Kingfisher AUS-32
08942 09-A3 SAIL ALONG, SILVERY MOON (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08943 09-B1 BILLY BRINK THE SHEARER (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08944 09-B2 DON'T SAY GOODBYE (TM, SD, band)
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08945 10-A1 SING YOU COWBOY (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-31
08946 10-A2 I'M GOING BACK TO MY WIFE (DA, band)
08947 10-A3 THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK (TM, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-33
08948 10-B1 (HONEY I'VE GOT) EVERYTHING BUT YOU (TM, SD, two guitars) Kingfisher AUS-31
08949 10-B2 GOING TO THE BARN DANCE TONIGHT (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08950 11-A1 OLD MAN DUFF (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08951 11-A2 DON'T SIT UNDER THE APPLE TREE (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08952 11-A3 THROUGH THE SIN OF A SON (TM, SD, band)
08953 11-B1 MY LITTLE LADY (TM, guitar) Kingfisher AUS-33
08954 11-C1 OLD BOKO AND ME (TM, band)
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], ASister Dorrie@ Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08955 12-A1 MANDRAKE (TM and chorus, two guitars)
08956 12-A2 THE EDIKET SONG (DA, band)
08957 12-A3 OLD ROVER (TM, two guitars)
08958 12-B1 OLD TIME MEDLEY (SD, accordion) Kingfisher AUS-30
08959 12-C1 LET THE REST OF THE WORLD GO BY (TM, SD, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08960 13-A1 BARNACLE BILL THE SAILOR (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7
08961 13-A2 ONCE UPON ME PILLION (DA, band)
08962 13-A3 unknown title - damaged (TM)
08963 13-B1 THE NED KELLY SONG (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08964 13-C1 ROLL ALONG COVERED WAGON (TM, SD, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7
08965 13-C2 THE WEEPING WILLOW TREE (TM, SD) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7, possibly AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08966 14-A1 SHE CAME ROLLING DOWN THE MOUNTAIN (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08967 14-A2 SILVER HAIR AND HEART OF GOLD (SD, accordion) Kingfisher AUS-30
08968 14-A3 THE RAILROAD BUM (TM) - damaged
08969 14-B1 JUST PLAIN FOLKS (TM, guitar) Kingfisher AUS-33
08970 14-C1 THE WEEPING WILLOW TREE (TM, SD, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7, possibly AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08971 15-A1 MY SWEET HEART'S IN LOVE WITH A SWISS MOUNTAINEER (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
08972 15-A2 THE DARKTOWN STRUTTER'S BALL (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08973 15-A3 IF YOU PLEASE, MISS, GIVE ME HEAVEN (TM, two guitars)
08974 15-B1 I'LL BE HANGED IF THEY=RE GONNA HANG ME (TM and chorus, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-32
08975 15-C1 DADDY AND HOME (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08976 16-A1 THEY CUT DOWN THE OLD PINE TREE (TM and chorus, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08977 16-A2 DIDDLE-IDDLE-IDDLE-DUM (DA, band)
08978 16-A3 ON THE GUNDAGAI LINE (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
08979 16-B1 THE WANDERING STOCKMAN (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
08980 16-C1 THE YODELLING BAG MAN (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], ], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08981 17-C1 YOU AND MY OLD GUITAR (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08982 18-C1 FRANKIE AND JOHNNY (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08983 19-A1 CAN I SLEEP IN YOUR BARN TONIGHT MISTER (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08984 19-A2 THE DUMBER THEY COME, THE BETTER I LIKE >EM (DA, band)
08985 19-A3 HOBO BILL (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7
08986 19-B1 CRIME DOES NOT PAY (TM) Kingfisher AUS-32
08987 19-C1 MY BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN HOME (TM and chorus, band, harmonica) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7, AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [ vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08988 20-A1 THE END OF A HOBO'S TRAIL (TM, band) - damaged
08989 20-A2 LET'S CALL THE WHOLE THING OFF (SD, accordion) - damaged
08990 20-A3 FANNY BAY BLUES (TM, band) - damaged
08991 20-B1 TEXAS IN THE SPRING (TM, two guitars) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7, AUS-32
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08992 21-A1 COWBOY (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
08993 21-A2 BEHIND THE CLOUDS (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08994 21-A3 THE DAY I LEFT DADDY ALONE (TM, band)
08995 21-C1 WYOMING WILLIE (TM and chorus, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-7, possibly AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
08996 22-A1 I LIKE MOUNTAIN MUSIC (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
08997 22-A2 MY SWISS HILLY BILLY (SD, TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
08998 22-A3 PERSIL ADVERTISEMENT (singing commercial - TM, SD, DA, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-30
08999 22-A4 THE VALLEY, THE HOMESTEAD AND YOU (TM and chorus, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
089100 22-C1 TURKEY IN THE STRAW (SD, accordion) Kingfisher AUS-30
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], ASister Dorrie@ Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
089101 23-A1 MOONLIGHT AND SKIES (TM, band) Kingfisher AUS-32
089102 23-A2 HOW DOES A FLY KEEP HIS WEIGHT DOWN (DA, accordion)
089103 23-A3 ADVERTISEMENT (singing commercial TM, SD, DA, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-30
089104 23-A4 THE LITTLE OLD CHURCH IN THE VALLEY (TM, SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-33
089105 23-B1 THERE ARE TEAR STAINS ON YOUR LETTER MOTHER DEAR (TM, band)
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Dick Agar [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
089106 24-A1 WHEN THE MUSIC'S PLAYED BY THE OLD TIME BAND (TM and chorus, band)
089107 24-A2 PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I'M GONE (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
089108 24-A3 PERSIL ADVERTISEMENT (singing commercial - TM, SD, DA, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-30
089109 24-A4 I=VE ONLY LOVED THREE WOMEN (TM, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
089110 24-B1 ROCKY NED (TM, guitar, band) possibly Kingfisher AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
089111 27-A1 YODELLING COWBOY (TM, guitar) possibly Kingfisher AUS-31
089112 27-A2 WHEN THE MOON COMES OVER THE MOUNTAIN (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
089113 27-A3 IN THE LUGGAGE VAN AHEAD (TM, guitar) - damaged
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion], unknown [organ])
089114 28-A1 ROLL ALONG (proper title?) (TM, band)
089115 28-A2 HORSEY, KEEP YOUR TAIL UP (SD, band) Kingfisher AUS-30
089116 28-A3 ALONG THE STOCK ROUTE (TM monologue, organ)
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
089117 29-B1 THE BLACK SHEEP (TM, guitar) possibly Kingfisher AUS-33
1942 [radio transcriptions] Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Mary ? [vcl], Roughriders: Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle]. probably Herbie Marks [accordion])
089118 30-B1 ALICE BLUE GOWN (soprano named Mary, not SD, band)
21 April 1943 Columbia Studios, Homebush, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt])
090 CT-2046 THE STORY OF PARSON JOE RZ G-24731
091 CT-2047 THE FLOWERS NEVER BLOOM IN LONESOME VALLEY RZ G-24731
092 CT-2048 NEATH THE SILVER WILLOW TREE RZ G-24732
093 CT-2049 THE GOOD OLD DROVING DAYS RZ G-24732/Sony Australia 7609602
1948, Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vocal, guitar], Harry Thompson [harmonica])
09301 THEME / MY BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAIN HOME / WYOMING WILLIE / LIEBESTRAUM (HT - harmonica) / WAH-HOO / THEME Kingfisher AUS-7, Rouseabout RRH26.
09302 THEME / SOUTH AMERICAN JOE (HT - harmonica) / WEEPING WILLOW TREE / TEXAS IN THE SPRING / RAGTIME COWBOY JOE / THEME Kingfisher AUS-7, Rouseabout RRH26.
[In 1948, Tex Morton recorded a series of 13 radio shows called Covered Wagon. Each show was 15 minutes long. and took up one side of a 16" double-sided laminated disc. Only one disc (two shows) has survived.]
possibly 1948, date and details unknown [transcription] -- Tex Morton
09401 I'LL BE HANGED IF THEY'RE GONNA HANG ME unissued
09402 THE GOOD OLD DROVING DAYS unissued
09403 THE RED RIVER VALLEY unissued
09404 PISTOL PACKING MOMMA (sic) unissued
09405 THE STOCKMAN'S PRAYER unissued
09406 WHEN THE CACTUS IS IN BLOOM unissued
09407 SOLDIER'S SWEETHEART unissued
[The above recordings appear on a 16" double-sided transcription disc to be played at 33 1/3 rpm. The disc is titled Hawaiian Club Tex Morton. The first four titles appear on side one and are labeled Disc One. The last three titles appear on the reverse side and are labeled Disc Two. The disc is in a W&G Record Processing sleeve, but no recording date or other information is given.]
late 1949 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton and His Roughriders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [duet vcl-1] Roughriders: probably Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion])

095 M-28561-A ONE HAS MY NAME Rodeo 10-0001, R-001/Tasman TA-001/Festival 19815
096 M-28561-B DON'T MAKE ME GO TO BED (AND I=LL BE GOOD) Rodeo 10-0002, R-002/Tasman TA-002/Festival 19815
097 M-28562-A MY DADDY IS ONLY A PICTURE -1 Rodeo 10B0003, R-003/Tasman TA-003/Festival 19815
098 M-28577-A YOU AND MY OLD GUITAR -1 Rodeo 10-0003, R-003/Tasman TA-003/Festival 19815/Sony Australia 7609602
099 M-28577-B MY LITTLE LADY -1 Rodeo 10-0004, R-004/Tasman TA-004/Festival 19815
100 M-28578-A FRANKIE AND JOHNNIE Rodeo 10-0002, R-002/Tasman TA-002/Festival 19815
101 M-28578-B A STOCKMAN'S PRAY=R Rodeo 10-0004, R-004/Tasman TA-004/Festival 19815
102 M-28579-A SOLDIER'S SWEETHEART, PART 1 Tasman TA-005/Festival 19815
103 M-28579-B SOLDIER'S SWEETHEART, PART 2 Tasman TA-005/Festival 19815
104 M-28580-B HE HOLDS THE LANTERN Rodeo 10-0001, R-001/Tasman TA-001/Festival 19815
late 1949 - early 1950 Astor Studios, Auckland, NZ - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Sister Dorrie Ricketts [duet vcl-1], probably Dick Carr [acoustic steel guitar], probably Tom Wallis [bass], probably Al Kinloch [fiddle], probably Herbie Marks [accordion], Noel Peach [producer]) [On some of the Auckland sessions Morton was accompanied by steel guitarist Will Jeffs and other local musicians led by Wally Ransom]
105 MX-30680 WHEN YOU HAVE NO ONE TO LOVE YOU (LINDA DARLIN=) -1 Rodeo 10-0006, R-006/Tasman TA-006/Festival 19815
106 MX-30711 TEARDROPS IN MY HEART Rodeo 10-0006, R-006/Tasman TA-006/Festival 19815
107 MX-33811 ROSE OF SHENANDOAH VALLEY -1 Rodeo 10-0010, R-010/Tasman TA-010/Festival 19815/Sony Australia 7609602
108 MX-33812 SLIPPIN' AROUND Rodeo 10-0007, R-007/Tasman TA-007/Festival 19815 [Some copies of Rodeo R-007 were mistakenly released as Rodeo R-006.]
109 MX-33813 WHEN MY BLUE MOON TURNS TO GOLD -1 Rodeo 10-0012, R-012/Tasman TA-012/Festival 19815
110 MX-33814 I=LL NEVER SLIP AROUND AGAIN -1 Rodeo 10-0009, R-009/Tasman TA-009/Festival 19815
111 MX-33964 TREASURES UNTOLD Rodeo 10-0008, R-008/Tasman TA-008/Festival 19815
112 MX-33965 WAITING FOR A TRAIN Rodeo 10-0010, R-010/Tasman TA-010/Festival 19815/Sony Australia 7609602
113 MX-33966 ONE GOLDEN CURL Rodeo 10-0012, R-012/Tasman TA-012/Festival 19815
114 MX-33967 A ROLLING STONE Rodeo 10-0007, R-007/Tasman TA-007/Festival 19815/Sony Australia 7609602 [Some copies of Rodeo R-007 were mistakenly released as Rodeo R-006.]
115 MX-33968 ROCK MY CRADLE -1 Rodeo 10-0009, R-009/Tasman TA-009/Festival 19815
116 MX-34249 JUST BECAUSE Rodeo 10-0011, R-011/Tasman TA-011/Festival 19815
117 MX-34250 WABASH CANNONBALL Rodeo 10-0011, R-011/Tasman TA-011/Festival 19815
118 MX-34251 THIS COLD WAR WITH YOU -1 Rodeo 10-0008, R-008/Tasman TA-008/Festival 19815
[The matrices for the Tasman/Rodeo sessions are listed as given by John Edwards. Edwards notes that M-28562-B and M-28580-A from the Sydney sessions are untraced. Based on the matrices, it looks like there were two recording sessions in Sydney and as many as five sessions in Auckland. Some collectors maintain that the Tasman and Rodeo labels have different versions for eight of the titles B items 095, 104, 108, 109, 111, 112, 114 and 118 B and thereby speculate that Morton recorded some songs in both Sydney and Auckland. It is possible, but there is no documentation to support this speculation. Some sources indicate that R-006 and R-007 were recorded on May 25, 1949, and that R-008 through R-012 were recorded on February 17, 1950, but the matrices for these recordings suggest that not all the recordings were made on the above dates. Rodeo initially released these recordings in its 10-0000 series, but at some undetermined point switched to its R-000 series for its re-pressings. Some records have extant copies in both series, and some only in the R-000 series.] 1952 Owen Sound, Ontario, CAN B Tex Morton with the Calgary Range Riders (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Fred Lang [fiddle], other unknown musicians)
unknown titles unissued
[The Calgary Range Riders were Dixie Bill Hilton=s band. At the time of the recording Dixie Bill Hilton, who toured extensively with Tex Morton across Canada, had a daily radio show in Orillia, ON. There were no recording facilities in Orillia, so Morton and the band went to nearby Owen Sound to record. It is unknown what happened to these recordings. They are not listed in the directory of all 45rpm and 78rpm records manufactured in Canada between 1940 and 1990. The only records produced in Canada under Tex Morton=s name were the two Okeh records (see below) which were issued in Canada on the Columbia label. In a radio interview, Dixie Bill Hilton stated he made a recording with Morton, but that recording also has not surfaced. It is possible that recording was for radio advance publicity for the Canada-U.S.-Jamaica tour that Hilton and Morton made together.]
6 March 1953 Castle Studio, The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville, TN, - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], probably Hank Garland [gt], Jerry Byrd [steel guitar], Ernie Newton [bass], Tommy Jackson [fiddle], Owen Bradley [piano/organ])
119 CO 49080/AA-24505-1H I=VE KNOWN THE TRUTH Okeh 4-18014, Columbia (Canada) 2241, Phillips (Australia) P-24505-H, Phillips (New Zealand) P-24505-H
120 CO 49081 THE NEIGHBOR=S WIFE Sony Australia 7609602
121 CO 49082/AA-24506-2H I=VE GOT YOU (RIGHT OUT OF MY MIND) Okeh 4-18020, Columbia (Canada) 2338, Phillips (Australia) P-24506-H, Phillips (South Africa) P-24506-H, Sony Australia 7609602
122 CO 49083 CIRCUS BOY Sony Australia 7609602
123 CO 49084 KIWI SONG Sony Australia 7609602
124 CO 49085/AA-24506-1H RAILROAD BOOMER OKeh 4-18020, Columbia (Canada) 2338, Phillips (Australia) P-24506-H, Phillips (South Africa) P-24506-H, Phillips (New Zealand) P-24505-H, Sony Australia 7609602
125 CO 49086/AA-24505-2H I WAS BORN IN OLD WYOMING Okeh 4-18014, Columbia (Canada) 2241, Phillips (Australia) P-24505-H, Jasmine 3554, Sony Australia 7609602
[A 1954 newspaper advertisement for Okeh records suggests that an eighth song was recorded at the session B The Black Sheep - but the recording logs indicate only seven.AThe Neighbor=s Wife@ is an Americanized version of The Drover's Wife, which Morton flubbed by singing quids instead of dollars, and it is marked as Out on the recording logs. In the Okeh advertisement, the reverse side of The Black Sheep is The Neighbor's Wife. Possibly because the recording of The Neighbor's Wife was not acceptable, the recording of The Black Sheep was scratched. There are reports that Morton made other unofficial recordings in Nashville, but no such recordings have ever surfaced.] 1954 [live] Carnegie Hall, 57th Street and Seventh Avenue, New York City - Tex Morton
12601 RIO GRANDE Festival FL-7093/FX-10548
12602 THE SHOOTING OF DAN McGREW Festival FL-7093/FX-10545
12603 THE CREMATION OF SAM McGEE Festival FL-7093/FX-10545
12604 DON'T GO DOWN THE MINE DAD Festival FL-7093/FX 10356
12605 YOU'LL NEVER BE MISSED Festival FL-7093
12606 I BELONG TO GLASGOW Festival FL-7093/FX-10546
12607 THE COWBOY'S PRAYER Festival FL-7093/FX-10547
12608 CLANCY OF THE OVERFLOW Festival FL-7093/FX-10548
12609 WALTZING MATILDA Festival FL-7093/FX-10546
12610 CHANT PAGAN Festival FL-7093/FX-10547
12611 FACE ON THE BAR ROOM FLOOR unissued in Australia
[These recordings were taken back to Australia by Morton, who said they were made at Carnegie Hall. Carnegie Hall has been unable to provide a precise date for Morton's two reported performances there, nor is there any listing of the event in the New York Times. It is possible that Morton=s performances at Carnegie Hall were at a private function, hence no listing in the Times, and were held in one of the smaller recital halls seating around 260 rather than the main hall. It is also possible that the Carnegie Hall setting is an embellishment by Morton.]
1950s Alaska B Tex Morton
127 CREMATION OF SAM McGEE unissued
128 SHOOTING OF DAN McGREW unissued
[These recordings were given to a private collector by Tex Morton and are different versions from the Carnegie Hall recordings.]
1960 Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton
129 YOU AND MY OLD GUITAR Festival FWA-117 FX-5113 FL-30935
130 DREAMS OF SILVER Festival FAW-117 FL-30935
131 WRAP ME UP IN MY STOCKWHIP AND BLANKET Festival FWA-118 FX-5115 FL-30935
132 THE FLOWERS NEVER BLOOM IN LONESOME VALLEY Festival FWA-118
133 TREASURES UNTOLD Festival FX-5113 FL-30935
134 PARSON JOE Festival FX-5113 FL-30935
135 BILLY BOY Festival FX-5113 FL-31152
136 THEY CUT DOWN THE OLD PINE TREE Festival FX-5115 FL-30935
137 MAY I SLEEP IN YOUR BARN TONIGHT MISTER Festival FX-5115 FL-30935
1960 or 1961 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton
138 IN ELEVEN MORE MONTHS Festival FL-31152 FX 10356
139 THE TRAMP'S MOTHER Festival FL-31152
140 FRANKIE AND JOHNNIE Festival FL-31152 FX 10357
141 THE STOCKMAN'S LAST BED Festival FL-31152
142 HALLELUJAH I'M A BUM Festival FL-31152 FX 10357
143 ABDULLA BUL-BUL AMEER (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir) Festival FL-31152
144 THE CAT CAME BACK Festival FL-31152 FX 10356
145 SHE WAS HAPPY TILL SHE MET YOU Festival FL-31152
146 OLD MAN DUFF Festival FL-31152
147 RYE WHISKEY Festival FL-31152 FX 10357
148 THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK Festival FL-31152 FX 10357
1961 or 1962 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton
149 KEVIN BARRY Festival FL-30935
150 THE DISQUALIFIED JOCKEY Festival FL-30935
1961 or 1962 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (recitations)
151 SALTBUSH BILL Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
152 THE ROAD TO OLD MAN'S TOWN Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
153 ON KILEY'S RUN Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
154 BEEN THERE BEFORE Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
155 HOW GILBERT DIED Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
156 SANTA CLAUS IN THE BUSH Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
157 THE TRAVELLING POST OFFICE Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
158 MULGA BILL'S BICYCLE Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
159 STORY OF MONGREL GREY Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
160 A BUNCH OF ROSES Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
161 WHEN DAVEY RODE THE MULE Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
162 AS LONG AS YOUR EYES ARE BLUE Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
163 PASSING OF GUNDAGAI Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
164 HOW MCGINNIS WENT MISSING Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
165 LOST Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
166 BOTTLE-O Festival FL-31696, possibly FL-30876/7
1961 or 1962 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (recitations)
167 ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION Festival FL-30092/3
168 A SPRING SONG Festival FL-30092/3
169 THE INTRO Festival FL-30092/3
170 THE STOUSH O'DAY Festival FL-30092/3
171 DOREEN Festival FL-30092/3
172 THE PLAY Festival FL-30092/3
173 THE STROR >AT COOT Festival FL-30092/3
174 THE SIREN Festival FL-30092/3
175 MAR Festival FL-30092/3
176 PILOT COVE Festival FL-30092/3
177 HITCHED Festival FL-30092/3
178 BEEF TEA Festival FL-30092/3
179 UNCLE JIM Festival FL-30092/3
180 THE KID Festival FL-30092/3
181 THE MOOCH O'LIFE Festival FL-30092/3
1962 or 1963 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton
182 YOUNG MAN FROM THE COUNTRY Calendar R66-258
183 WEE JEANNIE HUNTER Calendar R66-258
184 YOUNG PAT MALONEY Calendar R66-258
185 I'VE KNOWN THE TRUTH Calendar R66-258
186 THE MAN ON THE FLYING TRAPEZE Calendar R66-258
187 BILLY BRINK THE SHEARER Calendar R66-258
188 LITTLE BROWN JUG Calendar R66-258
189 THE BALLAD OF NED KELLY Calendar R66-258
190 THE END OF A HOBO'S TRAIL Calendar R66-258
191 AFTER THE BALL Calendar R66-258
192 THE DROVER'S WIFE Calendar R66-258
193 SOLDIER'S SWEETHEART Calendar R66-258
1965 301 Castlereagh St., Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton
194 7XCT-2677 THE GREEN GREEN GRASS OF HOME Columbia DO-4762/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
195 7XCT-2678 TEX MORTON=S PROTEST SONG (aka BURN ANOTHER FOLKIE) Columbia DO-4762/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
196 TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY Columbia DO-4785/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
197 THE CREAM IN BETWEEN (aka THE CREAMY) Columbia DO-4785/OEX-10078//EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
198 JAILHOUSE WINDOW (aka DARWIN JAILHOUSE WINDOW) Columbia DO-5031/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
199 I=VE GOT YOU RIGHT OUT OF MY MIND Columbia DO-8303/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
200 7XCT-2980 WELCOME TO THE CLUB Columbia DO-8303/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
201 7XCT-2981 BARNACLE BILL THE SAILOR Columbia DO-5031/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
1966 301 Castlereagh St., Sydney, NSW, Australia B Tex Morton
202 7YT-1029 THE TRANSPORT MAN Columbia DO-9025
203 7YT-1032 THE BLACK SHEEP Columbia DO-9025/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
204 BOB THE LOG Columbia DO-10256
205 THE SHICER Columbia DO-9489
1967 301 Castlereagh St., Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (Tex Morton [vcl/rh gt]. Dave Bridge [ld gt], Kevin King [rh gt], Ron Martin [ac bass], Colleen Trenwith [fiddle])
206 7XCT-3818 OLD BLUE Columbia DO-9764/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
207 7XCT-3819 DUNMARRA Columbia DO-9764/OEX-10078/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
mid-1968, Auckland, New Zealand - Tex Morton
208 THE GOOD OLD DAYS Columbia SEGO-70171/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
209 THE EYES OF TEMPTATION Columbia SEGO-70171/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
210 HALLELEUJAH I=M A BUM Columbia SEGO-70171/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
211 ROCKING ALONE IN AN OLD ROCKING CHAIR Columbia SEGO-70171/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
[Items 209 and 210 probably also appear on a 45 rpm EMI test pressing in the possession of the Morton family. It is labeled Made in Great Britain, Recording Blank, Keep Surface Clean, Use Light Weight Pickup, E.M.I. Tape Ltd, Hayes, Middlesex, England. It is unknown how Tex Morton acquired the disc.]
1969 unknown, New Zealand - Tex Morton with Teen Folk Chorale
212 BEAUTIFUL QUEENSLAND Columbia SEGO-70194/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
213 CAMPFIRE MEDLEY (WAGON WHEELS, HOME ON THE RANGE, LONE PRAIRIE) Columbia SEGO-70194/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
214 CHINEE LUCK Columbia SEGO-70194/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
215 RODEO ROUND-UP (ROCKY NED, ARISTOCRAT, MANDRAKE) Columbia SEGO-70194/EMI TC-FA-157009/EMI 1572002
1970 unknown, New Zealand - Tex Morton with Peter Posa and the Hamilton County Blue Grass Band (Tex Morton [vcl/gt], Peter Posa [gt], Alan Rhodes [gt], Paul Trenwith [banjo], Dave Calder [mandolin], Len Cohen [harmonica/dobro], Lyndsay Bedogni [bass], Colleen Bain Trenwith [fiddle], >Country Touch@ singers [bkg vcls], Brian Hirst [chorale leader])
216 FREIGHT TRAIN YODEL Columbia SCXO-7933
217 THERE=S A BRIDLE HANGING ON THE WALL Columbia DO-10256, SCXO-7933
218 THE TRANSPORT MAN Columbia SCXO-7933
219 A BUSH CHRISTENING Columbia SCXO-7933
220 AUSTRALIA (A SONG POEM) Columbia SCXO-7933/OEX-10078 (abridged version appeared Axis 6327, on EMI/Thorn TC-FA157009 and on EMI 1572002)
221 THE GOOD OLD DROVING DAYS Columbia SCXO-7933
222 MINER'S LUCK Columbia SCXO-7933
223 THE SHICER (MOANER=S LUCK) Columbia SCXO-7933
224 DON'T MAKE ME GO TO BED AND I=LL BE GOOD Columbia SCXO-7933
225 BOB THE LOG Columbia SCXO-7933
226 THE TRAVELLING SHOWMAN Columbia SCXO-7933
1972 Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton with Sister Dorrie and Buddy Williams
227 I LIKE COUNTRY MUSIC RCA 102109
228 THE WIDOW NEXT DOOR RCA 102109
date unknown, probably Sydney, NSW, Australia - Tex Morton (recitations)
229 THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER Festival L-45932/4
230 A BUSH CHRISTENING Festival L-45932/4
231 THE PEARL DIVER Festival L-45932/4
232 ANTHONY CONSIDINE Festival L-45932/4
233 CLANCY OF THE OVERFLOW Festival L-45932/4
234 IN THE DROVING DAYS Festival L-45932/4
235 FRYING PAN=S THEOLOGY Festival L-45932/4
236 THE GREAT CALAMITY Festival L-45932/4
237 THE FIRST SURVEYOR Festival L-45932/4
238 OVER THE RANGE Festival L-45932/4
239 FATHER RILEY=S HORSE Festival L-45932/4
240 JIM CAREW Festival L-45932/4
241 THE MAN FROM IRONBARK Festival L-45932/4
242 MAORI=S WOOL Festival L-45932/4
243 THE SWAGMAN=S REST Festival L-45932/4
244 JOHNSON=S ANTIDOTE Festival L-45932/4
245 CONROY=S GAP Festival L-45932/4
1973 Copperfield Studios, The Old Corn Exchange building, Sydney, NSW, AUS - Tex Morton
246 THE GOONDIWINDI GREY Picture PRS-001, Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
247 DRINKING WITH THE DEAD Picture PRS-001
248 ANDY'S GONE WITH THE CATTLE Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
249 THE COACHMAN'S TALE Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
250 LASCA Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
251 THE BUSHRANGERS Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
252 BULLOCKY BILL Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
253 MICK DOOLEY=S PANTS Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
254 THE GLASS ON THE BAR Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
255 I=M BETTING THE ROLL ON ROMA (sic B I'm Betting the Roll on Roamer) Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
256 THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN ADJECTIVE Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
257 DALEY=S DORG Picture CLP-3000, (as Daley=s) Festival L-36173
258 A SATISFIED LIFE Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
259 BOKO Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173
260 HOLY DAN Picture CLP-3000, Festival L-36173


ALBUMS
Festival [AUS] FL-7093 The Tex Morton Story:
Rio Grande; The Shooting of Dan McGrew; The Cremation of Sam McGee; Don't Go Down the Mine Dad; You'll Never Be Missed; I Belong to Glasgow; The Cowboy's Prayer; Clancy of the Overflow; Waltzing Matilda; Chant Pagan - 59 (reissued on Calendar R67-6200 in 1969; reissued on Summit SRA-250098)
Festival [AUS] FL-13152 Tex Morton Looks Back: In Eleven More Months; The Tramp's Mother; Frankie and Johnnie; The Stockman's Last Bed; Hallelujah I'm a Bum; Abdulla Bul-Bul Ameer (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir); The Cat Came Back; She Was Happy Till She Met You; Old Man Duff; Rye Whiskey; The Letter Edged in Black; Billy Boy - 61 (reissued on Calendar R67-6074 in 1968)
Festival [AUS] FL-30876/7 Tex Morton Reads Banjo Patterson: Disc One: Prelude; Droving Days; A Bush Christening; The Pearl Diver; Anthony Considine; Clancy of the Overflow; The Man from Snowy River; Frying Pan Theology; The Great Calamity; The First Surveyor; Over the Range; Disc Two: Father Reilly=s Horse; Jim Carew; The Man from Ironbark; Maori's Wool; The Swagman's Rest; Johnson's Antidote; Conroy's Cap - 61 [2 LPs] [reissued in 1982 on Festival L-45932/3 as The Man From Snowy River and Other Poems, with tracks in slightly different order.]

Columbia [AUS] 330SX7631 Songs of the Outback: Aristocrat; Wrap Me Up With My Stockwhip And Blanket; The Letter Edged In Black; Rover No More; The Story Of Parson Joe; Good Old Droving Days; Rocky Ned (The Outlaw); Old Shep; The Drover's Wife; Murrumbidgee Jack; The Dying Duffer's Prayer; Mandrake - 61
Festival [AUS] FL-30935 The Versatile Tex Morton: Kevin Barrie; Treasures Untold; Parson Joe; Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket; Sleepy Hollow; Dreams of Silver; May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight Mister; They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree; You and My Old Guitar; The Disqualified Jockey - 62 (reissued on Calendar R67-6130 in 1968).
Festival [AUS] FL-30092/3 The Sentimental Bloke: Introduction by Tex Morton; A Spring Song; The Intro; The Stoush O'Day; Doreen; The Play; The Stror At Coot; The Siren; Mar; Pilot Cove; Hitched; Beef Tea; Uncle Jim; The Kid; The Mooch O' Life (double LP featuring a complete reading of C.J. Dennis's verse novel; eight of these tracks later reissued as a single LP on Calendar R66-496) - 11-62 (rev. Nov. 10)
Festival [AUS] FL-31685/6 Robert ATex Morton's Reading of Ginger Mick: Introduction by Tex Morton; Duck and Fowl; War; The Call of the Stoush; Rabbits; To the Boys Who Took the Count; The Game; A Gallant Gentleman; The Push; Sari Bair; Ginger's Cobber; The Singing Soldiers; In Spadger=s Lane; The Straight Griffin; A Letter to the Front (double LP featuring a complete reading of C.J. Dennis's verse novel) B 8-11-65
Festival [AUS] FL-31696 The Sentiment and Humour of Banjo Patterson, as read by Robert (Tex) Morton: Saltbush Bill; The Road to Old Man's Town; On Kiley's Run; Been There Before; How Gilbert Died; Santa Claus in the Bush; The Travelling Post Office; Mulga Bill's Bicycle; Story of Mongrel Grey; A Bunch of Roses; When Davey Rode the Mule; As Long as Your Eyes Are Blue; Passing of Gundagai; How McGinnis Went Missing; Lost; Bottle-O B ca 62 (very restricted sales and then withdrawn B very rare LP)
Calendar [AUS] R66-258 Sing, Smile and Sigh: Young Man from the Country; Wee Jeannie Hunter; Young Pat Maloney; I/ve Known the Truth; The Man on the Flying Trapeze; Billy Brink the Shearer; Little Brown Jug; The Ballad of Ned Kelly; The End of a Hobo's Trail; After the Ball; The Drover's Wife; Soldier's Sweetheart B 63
Calendar [AUS] R66-9830 Australian Ballads: The Ballad of Ned Kelly; At the End of a Hobo's Trail; After the Ball; The Drover's Wife; Soldier's Sweetheart; Kevin Barrie; Treasures Untold; Parson Joe; Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket; Sleepy Hollow - 65 (also issued on Universal [AUS] U-785)
Columbia [AUS] 330SX-7749 Sentimental Tex: Through the Sin of a Son; Just Plain Folks; Crime Does Not Pay; If You Please, Miss, Give Me Heaven; The Day I Left Daddy Alone; My Old Crippled Daddy; The Black Sheep; A Bird in a Gilded Cage; I'm Dreaming Tonight of the Old Folks; In the Luggage Van Ahead; The Tramp's Mother; You'll Only Have One Mother - 11-11-65 (reissued in 1983 on Axis 1041 under title The Black Sheep)
Columbia 330SX-7766 [AUS] / MSX-7766 [NZE] Going Back To Texas: When The Cactus Is In Bloom; Goin' Back To Texas; All Set And Saddled/My Old Bunkhouse Buddies; Red River Valley; The Prairie Is A Lonesome Place At Night; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; Texas In The Spring; The Oregon Trail; Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie; When It=s Night Time In Nevada; Wyoming Willie - 24-06-66 (Regal Zonophone tracks) (reissued in 1970 on Columbia MFP-A-8130 and in 1975 on Columbia [AUS] OEX-10257 and DRUM-8143. All reissues were titled ARed River Valley@ but had different covers and sleeve notes.)

Columbia [AUS] SCXO-7933 Tex Morton Today: Freight Train Yodel; There's a Bridle Hanging on the Wall; The Transport Man; A Bush Christening; Australia; The Good Old Droving Days; Miner's Luck; The Shicer; Don=t Make Me Go to Bed and I'll Be Good; Bob the Log; The Travelling Showman - 03-12-70 (also issued on EMI as The Travelling Showman; reissued on Axis AX 1033 in 1980)
Columbia [AUS] OEX-10078 Series 299 Encores: Burn Another Folkie; Welcome to the Club; The Black Sheep; 21st Birthday; The Creamy; Darwin Jailhouse Window; Old Blue; Green Green Grass of Home; Dunmarra; Barnacle Bill the Sailor; I've Got You Right Out of My Mind; Australia - 29-11-73 (also issued on Axis 6327)
Horizon HZ 33 [AUS] / SMX-37287 [NZE] Best Of Tex Morton: The Shooting Of Dan McGrew; The Ballad Of Ned Kelly; Little Brown Jug; Sleepy Hollow; The Disqualified Jockey; Young Pat Maloney; The Cremation Of Sam McGee; At The End Of The Old Hobo's Trail; The Cat Came Back; Waltzing Matilda; Wrap Me Up With My Stockwhip And Blanket; The Drover's Wife - 70 (also issued on Horizon HZ-33 [AUS] and SMX-37287 [NZE])
Picture [AUS] CLP-3000 Tex Morton's Australia: Andy's Gone with the Cattle; The Coachman's Tale; Lasca; The Bushrangers; Bullocky Bill; Mick Dooley's Pants; The Glass on the Bar; I'm Betting the Roll on Roma; The Great Australian Adjective; Daley's Dorg; A Satisfied Life; Boko; Holy Dan; The Goondiwindi Grey B 73 (also issued in NZ on Master MALPS 380)(also issued in cassette in 1977 as Festival C-19258 Tex Morton's Goondiwindi Grey)
Festival [AUS] FL-31720 Hallelujah I'm a Bum: In Eleven More Months; The Tramp's Mother; Frankie and Johnnie; The Stockman's Last Bed; Hallelujah I'm a Bum; Abdulla Bul-Bul Ameer (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir); The Shooting of Dan McGrew; The Ballad of Ned Kelly; Little Brown Jug; Sleepy Hollow; The Disqualified Jockey; Young Pat Maloney; Young Man From the Country; Wee Jeanie Hunter; I've Known the Truth; The Man on the Flying Trapeze; Billy Brink the Shearer; She Was Happy Till She Met You; The Cremation of Sam Mcgee; At the End of the Old Hobo's Trail; The Cat Came Back; Waltzing Matilda; Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip And Blanket; The Drover's Wife - 73 (2 LP) (also issued on Festival L-45207)
Horizon [AUS] SH66-94069 Laugh And Sing With Tex Morton: In Eleven More Months; The Tramp=s Mother; Frankie and Johnnie; The Stockman=s Last Bed; Hallelujah I'm a Bum; Abdullah Bul-Bul Ameer (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir); Young Man from the Country; Wee Jeannie Hunter; Young Pat Maloney; I've Known the Truth; The Man on the Flying Trapeze; Billy Brink the Shearer; Little Brown Jug B ca 75 (a compilation of six tracks from Festival FL-31152 and seven tracks from Festival FL-31720)
Interfusion [NZE] L-45823/4 You And My Old Guitar: One Has My Name, The Other My Heart; He Holds The Lantern (While His Mother Chops The Wood); Don't Make Me Go To Bed And I'll Be Good; Frankie And Johnny; My Daddy Is Only A Picture; You And My Old Guitar; A Stockman's Prayer; My Little Lady; Teardrops In My Heart; When You Have No One To Love You (Linda Darlin'); (You Were) A Soldier's Sweetheart (Pts 1&2); Slipping Around; A Rolling Stone; This Cold War With You; Treasure Untold; I'll Never Slip Around Again; Rock My Cradle (Once Again); Waiting for a Train; Rose of Shenandoah Valley; Just Because; Wabash Cannonball; One Golden Curl; When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again B 80 (2 LP reissue of Tasman/Rodeo recordings)(also in 1982 on Festival [AUS] D-19815 and on Festival L-45823/4)

Harlequin L-25364 [AUS] 20 Golden Greats: Goondiwindi Grey; Abdulla Bul-bul Ameer (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir); Great Australian Adjective; Frankie and Johnny; Mick Dooley=s Pants; In Eleven More Months; Little Brown Jug; Holy Dan; Bill Bullocky (sic; should be Bullocky Bill); Stockman=s Last Bed; The Ballad of Ned Kelly; The Cat Came Back; The Glass on the Bar; Young Pat Maloney; The Dying Stockman; Sleepy Hollow; The Man on the Flying Trapeze; The Shooting of Dan McGrew; They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree; You and My Old Guitar - 81 (also issued as Festival cassette C-25364 and reissued on CD in 1991)
Festival [AUS] L-45932/4 The Man From Snowy River And Other Poems: The Man from Snowy River; A Bush Christening; The Pearl Diver; Anthony Considine; Clancy of the Overflow; In the Droving Days; Frying Pan=s Theology; The Great Calamity; The First Surveyor; Over the Range; Father Riley=s Horse; Jim Carew; The Man from Ironbark; Maori's Wool; The Swagman's Rest; Johnson's Antidote; Conroy's Gap (2 LP) - 82
Festival [AUS] L-19259 Tex Morton's Fiftieth Anniversary Album: The Drover's Wife; Soldier's Sweetheart; Wee Jeanie Hunter; Young Man From The Country; She Was Happy Till She Met You; I've Known The Truth; After The Ball; The Letter Edged In Black; Rye Whisky; The Bushrangers; The Tramps' Mother; Billy Brink= The Shearer; At The End Of The Old Hobo's Trail; Hallelujah I'm A Bum; Old Man Duff; Billy Boy; Andy's Gone With The Cattle; The Disqualified Jockey; The Cremation Of Sam Mcgee; The Cowboy=s Prayer B 82 (sampler) (also issued as Festival L-37708)
EMI TC-FA-157009 [AUS] The Good Old Days: Good Old Days; Tex Morton's Protest Song; Campfire Medley (Wagon Wheels/Home on the Range/Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie); Chinee Luck; The Eyes of Temptation; Hallelujah I'm a Bum; Beautiful Queensland; Rodeo Round-Up (Rocky Ned/Aristocrat/ Mandrake); Rocking Alone (In an Old Rocking Chair); Australia (So Wide and Grand) B 85 (cassette sampler)
Regal 157002[AUS][EMI budget label] The Good Old Days: Tex Morton's Protest Song; Welcome to the Club; The Black Sheep; 21st Birthday; The >Creamy'; Darwin Jailhouse Window; Green Green Grass of Home; Old Blue; Dunmarra; Barnacle Bill the Sailor; I Got You Right Out of My Mind; Good Old Days; Campfire Medley (Wagon Wheels/Home on the Range/Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie); Chinee Luck; The Eyes of Temptation; Hallelujah I=m a Bum; Beautiful Queensland; Rodeo Round-Up (Rocky Ned/Aristocrat/ Mandrake); Rocking Alone (In an Old Rocking Chair); Australia (So Wide and Grand) - 91 (sampler)
Kingfisher [AUS] AUS-7 Showtime Radio: Covered Wagon Program Theme; My Blue Ridge Mountain Home; Wyoming Willie; Liebestraum; Wah Hoo; 4-H Brisbane Show Program: Dialogue; Hand Me Down My Walkin= Cane; Tex Morton Rodeo Broadcast (Q'ld): Introd.; When The Cactus Is In Bloom; Rio Grande (Monologue); Conclusion Covered Wagon Program: Theme; South American Joe; Weeping Willow Tree; Texas In The Spring; Ragtime Cowboy Joe; Theme Broadcast: Barnacle Bill The Sailor; Hobo Bill; Roll Along Covered Wagon - 91 (cassette from radio transcription disks from 1939-1945)(reissued on CD in 1996 as Larrikin LRH-446 Australia's Yodelling Boundary Rider, and later as Rouseabout RRH-26)

Kingfisher [AUS] AUS-8 On Air 1948: Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane; My Little Lady; Mandrake; Deep In The Heart Of Texas; Soldier's Sweetheart; I=ll Be Hanged If They're Gonna Hang Me; Beautiful Queensland; Old Rover; Wyoming Willie; Red River Valley; Big Rock Candy Mountain; Through The Sin Of A Son; Rover No More; Sleepy Hollow; The Martins And The Coys; Along The Stock Route (Monologue); She'll Be Comin' Round The Mountain; The Yellow Rose Of Texas; The Black Sheep; Ragtime Cowboy Joe - 91 (cassette from radio transcription disks from 1948)(reissued on CD in 1996 as Larrikin LRH-445 I'll Be Hanged If They're Gonna Hang Me).
Kingfisher [AUS] KF-AUS-28 Tex Morton. All Set & Saddled Episode 1, 2: Episode 1: Theme & Introduction ; Ragtime Cowboy ; Freight Train Yodel ; Guardian Soap Commercial ; Steak And Potatoes ; Dr. Hodgkisses Goldmine ; The Stockman's Last Bed ; Guardian Soap Commercial ; When The Cactus Is In Bloom ; Theme & Conclusion; Episode 2: Theme & Introduction ; Wyoming Willie ; Deep In The Heart Of Texas ; Guardian Soap Commercial ; Wrap Me Up With My Stockwhip And Blanket ; Saving Miss Mona ; Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie ; Guardian Soap Commercial ; Red River Valley ; Theme & Conclusion - 97 (cassette; Complete radio programs as broadcast in 1942, featuring Tex Morton, Sister Dorrie, Dan Agar, Dick Carr, The Rough Riders Band, and supporting actors)
Kingfisher [AUS] KF-AUS-29 Tex Morton. All Set & Saddled Episode 3, 4: Episode 3: Theme & Introduction; Rocky Ned (Morton); Bonny Blue Eyes (Morton) ; Guardian Soap Commercial; Are You Thinking Of Me Tonight?; Mistaken Identity (Drama); Rocking Alone In An Old Rocking Chair; Guardian Soap Commercial; Hand Me Down My Walking Cane; Theme & Conclusion; Episode 4: Theme & Introduction; I'm Gonna Yodel My Way To Heaven; Guardian Soap Commercial; The Old Apple Tree; The Wrong Mr. Hopkins (Drama); My Little Buckaroo; Rover No More; Guardian Soap Commercial; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; Theme & Conclusion - 97 (cassette; Complete radio programs as broadcast in 1942, featuring Tex Morton, Sister Dorrie, Dan Agar, Dick Carr, The Rough Riders Band, and supporting actors)
Kingfisher [AUS] AUS-31 Yodelling Cowboy: They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree; Sing You Cowboy; Daddy And Home; Everything But You; On The Gundagai Line; Frankie And Johnny; Let The Best Of The World Go By; The Ned Kelly Song; Yodelling Cowboy; My Old Pal; Billy Brink, The Shearer; Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie; Move Along Baldy; I've Only Loved Three Women; Bonny Blue Eyes; The Tramp's Mother; Goin' Back To Texas; Freight Train Yodel - 93 (from 1942 radio transcription disks)
Hughes Leisure Group BUD-CD-3 The Original: I'm Gonna' Yodel My Way To Heaven; Travel By Train; My Sweetheart's In Love With A Swiss Mountaineer; Peg Leg Jack; The Black Sheep --The Big Rock Candy Mountain; I'll Be Hanged (If They're Gonna' Hang Me); The Ned Kelly Song; Barnacle Bill The Sailor; Crime Does Not Pay; Rocky Ned (The Outlaw ); Rocking Alone In Her Old Rocking Chair B 93

Tempo [AUS] DMCD-230 The Country Legend: Texas In The Spring; Happy Yodeller; Wrap Me Up In My Stockwhip And Blanket; The Yodelling Bagman; The Black Sheep; Why Should I Work?; The Big Rock Candy Mountain; The Letter Edged In Black; Sergeant Small; Travel By Train; Billy Brink The Shearer; Freight Train Yodel; Aristocrat; Beautiful Queensland; Old Boko And Me; The Stockman's Last Bed; In The Luggage Van Ahead; Mandrake; Old Shep; The Good Old Droving Days - 95 (reissue of Regal Zonophone 78s)
Kingfisher [AUS] KF-AUS-32 Lost Broadcasts Of 1942 Volume 1: Like Mountain Music; Sleepy Hollow; The Yodelling Bag Man; Clancy Of The Overflow; Crime Does Not Pay; Come Back To The Valley; Going To The Barn Dance Tonight; The Stockman's Last Bed; Texas In The Spring; Moonlight And Skies; When It's Night Time In Nevada; I=ll Be Hanged It They're Gonna Hang Me; Rockin= Alone In An Old Rocking Chair; Old Man Duff; My Little Buckaroo; Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister; Old Shep; She Came Rolling Down The Mountain - 96 (from 1942 radio transcription disks)
Kingfisher [AUS] KF-AUS-33 Lost Broadcasts Of 1942 Volume 2: Rocky Ned; The Black Sheep; Mother, The Queen Of My Heart; The Little Old Church In The Valley; My Blue Ridge Mountain Home; You And My Old Guitar; The Wandering Stockman; My Little Lady; Wrap Me Up With My Stockwhip And Blanket; My Sweetheart=s In Love With A Swiss Mountaineer; Just Plain Folks; Weeping Willow Tree; The Letter Edged In Black; Nevada Peg Leg Jack; The Valley, The Homestead And You; Cowboy; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; Wyoming Willie - 96 (cassette) (from 1942 radio transcription disks)
EMI Australia [AUS] 814202 The Regal Zonophone Collection; Vol.1: (Disc 1) Texas in the Spring; Going Back to Texas; Happy Yodeller; Swiss Sweetheart; Wyoming Willie; You're Going to Leave the Old Home Jim; The Oregon Trail; Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie; The Prairie Is a Lonesome Place at Night; Sing You Cowboy; Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket; The Wandering Stockman; Old Ship of Mine; Ragtime Cowboy Joe; Just Drifting Along; The Yodelling Bagman; On the Gundagai Line; All Set and Saddled; Lonesome Valley Sally; Take Me Back to Dream by the Old Mill Stream; The Black Sheep; You Only Have One Mother; Old Pal of My Boyhood Days; (Disc 2) Across the Great Divide; Why Should I Work; The End of the Hobo's Trail; The Railroad Bum; Fanny Bay Blues; Barnacle Bill the Sailor No 2; Peg-Leg Jack; My Sweetheart's in Love witha Swiss Mountaineer; The Big Rock Candy Mountains; Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair; There Are Tear Stains on Your Letter Mother Dear; The Greatest Mistake of My Life; I'm Dreaming Tonight of the Old Folks; The Letter Edged in Black; The Yellow Rose of Texas; My Blueridge Mountain Home; Weeping Willow Tree; When It's Night Time in Nevada; Red River Valley; I Left My Heart in Red River Valley; Bird in a Gilded Cage; Sergeant Small; The Martins and the Coys - 97
EMI Australia [AUS] 8142052 The Regal Zonophone Collection; Vol.2: (Disc 1) Move Along Baldy; Dying Duffer's Prayer; Young Pat Maloney; Dreaming with Tears in My Eyes; My Old Crippled Daddy; Old Man Duff; Crime Does Not Pay; Bonny Blue Eyes; My Old Bunkhouse Buddies; Travel by Train; Murrumbridgee Jack; Dreams of Silver; Rocky Ned; I'll Be Hanged If They're Gonna Hang Me; I'm Gonna Yodel My Way to Heaven; Day I Left Daddy Alone; Ned Kelly Song; Hand Me Down My Walking Cane; Let the Rest of the World Go By; Billy Brink the Shearer; Little Sweetheart of Days Gone By; When the Bloom Is on the Sage; Sleepy Hollow; (Disc 2) Freight Train Yodel; Aristocrat; Beautiful Queensland; She Came Rolling Down the Mountain; If You Please Miss Give Me Heaven; Just Plain Folks; Old Boko and Me; Stockman's Last Bed; Old Rover; You'll Never Be Missed; In the Luggage Van Ahead; Drover's Wife; Come Back to the Valley; Everything But You; Mandrake; Don't Say Goodbye; Old Shep; Through the Sin of the Son; When the Cactus Is in Bloom; Rover No More; Flowers Never Bloom in the Lonesome Valley; Story of Parson Joe; Good Old Droving Days; 'Neath the Silver Willow Tree - 97 [EMI originally re-issued the entire Regal Zonophone recordings sessions of Tex Morton as a five-LP set in 1987, with the Regal Zonophone label being resurrected just for the set of LPs. The release number of the set was EMBB-430051, which was also the number for the first disc in the set. The other discs in the set were number consecutively. The five LPs were also issued as a four-cassette box set at the same time, with the release number TC-EMBB-430051.]

Roots of Country 211012 Texas in the Spring: (tracks unknown) - 14-08-01
Rouseabout [AUS] RRH-26 Warren Fahey Presents Yesterday's Australia: Australia's Yodelling Boundary Rider: On the range with Covered Wagon (Warren Fahey); Covered Wagon Program Theme; My Blue Ridge Mountain Home; Wyoming Willie; Liebestraum; Wah Hoo; Closing Theme; 4-H Brisbane Show Program: Dialogue; Hand Me Down My Walkin= Cane; Tex Morton Rodeo Broadcast (Q=ld): Introd.; When The Cactus Is In Bloom; Rio Grande; Conclusion; Covered Wagon Program: Theme; South American Joe; Weeping Willow Tree; Texas In The Spring; Ragtime Cowboy Joe; Theme; Tex Morton on the Air: Barnacle Bill the Sailor; Hobo Bill; Roll Along Covered Wagon - 04 (reissue of Kingfisher AUS-7 with added intro)
BACM [UK] CD D-101 Across the Great Divide: Across the Great Divide; All Set and Saddled; At the End of a Hobo's Trail; Black Sheep; Crime Does Not Pay; Drover's Wife; Freight Train Yodel; Good Old Droving Days; I Left My Heart in Red River Valley; Move Along Baldy; Ned Kelly Song; Old Man Duff; Old Pal of My Boyhood Days; On the Gundagai Line; Oregon Trail; Rocky Ned the Outlaw; She Came Rolling Down the Mountain; Story of Parson Joe; Texas in the Spring; The Martins and the Coys; When the Cactus Is in Bloom; Wyomin' Willie - 05 (Regal Zonophone tracks)
Sony Australia/Big Jo-Ke [AUS] 7609602 Essential Tex Morton:
Happy Yodeller; Swiss Sweetheart; Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie; Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket; The Wandering Stockman; On the Gundagai Line; All Set and Saddled; The Black Sheep; Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair; I'm Dreaming Tonight of the Old Folks; Bird in a Guilded Cage (sic); Sergeant Small; Crime Does Not Pay; Travel by Train; The Ned Kelly Song; I Was There in Old Wyoming (sic); Billy Brink the Shearer; Aristocrat; Beautiful Queensland; In the Luggage Van Ahead; Mandrake; The Good Old Droving Days; I'm a Rolling Stone; Waitin' for a Train; You and My Old Guitar; Rose of Sheivendoah Valleys (sic); I've Known the Truth; The Neighbour's Wife; I've Got You (Right Out Of My Mind); Circus Boy; The Kiwi Song; Railroad Boomer - 09 (2 CD, also issued as Timeless Country on Timeless Music label)
Timeless Music/Warner 5310521002 The Singing Cowboy Sensation Tex Morton: Texas in the Spring, Going Back to Texas, Wyoming Willie. You’re Going to Leave the Old Home Jim, The Oregon Trail, The Prairie Is a Lonesome Place at Night, Ragtime Cowboy Joe, Old Ship of Mine, Just Drifting Along, The Yodelling Bagman, Lonesome Valley Sally, Take Me Back to Dream by the Old Mill Stream, You’ll Only Have One Mother, Old Pal of My Boyhood Days, Across the Great Divide, The End of a Hobo’s Trail, The Railroad Bum, Fanny Bay Blues, My Sweetheart’s in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer, The Big Rock Candy Mountain, There Are Tear Stains on Your Letter Mother Dear, The Greatest Mistake of My Life, The Letter Edged in Black, The Yellow Rose of Texas, My Blue Ridge Mountain Home, When It’s Night Time in Nevada, Weeping Willow Tree, Red River Valley, The Martins and the Coys, I Left My Heart in Red River Valley. 27-04-12 (reissue of RZ recordings)

EPs Festival [AUS] (1960-1963)
FX-5113 You and My Old Guitar: You and My Old Guitar, Treasures Untold / Parson Joe, Billy Boy B 60 (also issued as FX-10211)
FX-5115 Stockwhip and Blanket: Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket, They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree / May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight Mister, Sleepy Hollow B 60 (also issued as FX-10213)
FX-10110 Tex Morton Looks Back: Abdulla Bul Bul Ameer (sic - Abdul Abulbul Amir), She Was Happy Till She Met You / Old Man Duff, The Stockman=s Last Bed - 60
FX 10356 The Cat Came Back: The Cat Came Back; In Eleven More Months / The Tramp's Mother; Don't Go Down The Mine, Dad - 61
FX 10357 Hallelujah I'm A Bum: Hallelujah I'm A Bum; Frankie And Johnnie / Rye Whisky; Letter Edged In Black - 61
FX-10545 The Shooting Of Dan McGrew: The Shooting Of Dan McGrew; Alouette; The Cremation Of Sam McGee; Tennessee Waltz (guitar instrumental) - 63
FX-10546 Waltzing Matilda: Waltzing Matilda; I Belong to Glasgow - 63
FX-10547 The Cowboy's Prayer: The Cowboy's Prayer; Home on the Range; Chant Pagan B 63
FX-10548 Clancy of the Overflow; Rio Grande
Columbia [AUS]
SEGO-70039 Don't Say Goodbye: The Drover's Wife; In The Luggage Van Ahead; Don't Say Goodbye; Mandrake
SEGO-70048 The Yellow Rose of Texas: The Letter Edged in Black, The Yellow Rose of Texas, Beautiful Queensland, She Came Rolling Down the Mountain
SEGO-70088 Travel by Train: Travel by Train, Sergeant Small, On the Gundagai Line, I'll Be Hanged If They're Gonna Hang Me - 15-04-65
EGSM-1002 The Country Touch: The Transport Man, The Black Sheep / Miner's Luck, Don't Make Me Go to Bed (And I'll Be Good) - 70 (issued in New Zealand on HMV)
SEGO-70171 Tex Morton in New Zealand: The Good Old Days, The Eyes of Temptation / Hallelujah I'm a Bum, Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair - 09-01-69
SEGO-70194 A Tex Morton Singalong: Beautiful Queensland, Campfire Medley (Wagon Wheels, Home on the Range, Lone Prairie), Chinese Luck, Rodeo Round-up (Rocky Ned, Aristocrat, Mandrake) - 72

SINGLES

Regal Zonophone [AUS] (1936-1943)
G-22714 Texas in the Spring / Going Back to Texas - 36
G-22715 Happy Yodeller / Swiss Sweetheart - 36
G-22716 Wyoming Willie / You=re Going to Leave the Old Home Jim - 36
G-22717 The Oregon Trail / Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie - 37
G-22872 The Prairie Is a Lonesome Place at Night / Sing You Cowboy
G-22904 Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket / Wandering Stockman
G-22905 Old Ship of Mine / Ragtime Cowboy Joe
G-22950 Just Drifting Along / The Yodelling Bagman
G-22951 On the Gundagai Line / All Set and Saddled
G-23058 Lonesome Valley Sally / Take Me Back to Dream by the Old Mill Stream
G-23064 Black Sheep / You'll Only Have One Mother - 37
G-23145 Old Pal of My Boyhood Days / Across the Great Divide
G-23146 Why Should I Work / The End of a Hobo's Trail
G-23166 The Railroad Bum / Fanny Bay Blues
G-23167 Barnacle Bill the Sailor / Peg Leg Jack
G-23278 My Sweetheart's in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer / The Big Rock Candy Mountain
G-23279 Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair / There Are Tear Stains on Your Letter Mother Dear - 37
G-23382 The Greatest Mistake of My Life / I'm Dreaming Tonight of the Old Folks
G-23383 The Letter Edged in Black / Yellow Rose of Texas
G-23415 My Blueridge Mountain Home / Weeping Willow Tree
G-23416 When It=s Night Time in Nevada / Red River Valley - 38
G-23493 Sergeant Small / The Martins and the Coys
G-23494 I Left My Heart in Red River Valley / Bird in a Gilded Cage
G-23529 The Martins and the Coys / Move Along Baldy
G-23582 Dying Duffer's Prayer / Young Pat Maloney
G-23631 Dreaming with Tears in My Eyes / My Old Cripple Daddy
G-23682 Old Man Duff / Crime Does Not Pay
G-23756 Bonny Blue Eyes / My Old Bunkhouse Buddies
G-23757 Travel by Train / Murrumbidgee Jack
G-23849 Dreams of Silver / Rocky Ned
G-23853 I'll Be Hanged If They=re Gonna Hang Me / I'm Gonna Yodel My Way to Heaven
G-23895 The Day I Left Daddy Alone / The Ned Kelly Song
G-23896 Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / Let the Rest of the World Go By - 39
G-23933 Billy Brink the Shearer / Little Sweetheart of Days Gone By - 39
G-23934 When the Bloom Is on the Sage / Sleepy Hollow - 39
G-23995 Freight Train Yodel / Aristocrat
G-24029 Beautiful Queensland / She Came Rolling Down the Mountain
G-24030 If You Please Miss Give Me Heaven / Just Plain Folks
G-24031 Old Boko and Me / The Stockman's Last Bed
G-24172 Old Rover / You'll Never Be Missed
G-24263 In the Luggage Van Ahead / The Drover's Wife
G-24314 Come Back to the Valley / Everything But You
G-24345 Mandrake / Don't Sat Goodbye
G-24376 Old Shep / Through the Sin of a Son - 41
G-24394 When the Cactus Is in Bloom / Rover No More - 41
G-24731 The Flowers Never Bloom in Lonesome Valley / The Story of Parson Joe - 42
G-24732 The Good Old Droving Days / Neath the Silver Willow Tree B 42
Columbia [UK]
FB-1918 Just Drifting Along / The Yodelling Bagman
FB-1948 The Big Rock Candy Mountain / My Sweetheart's in Love With a Swiss Mountaineer
FB-2068 Oregon Trail / All Set and Saddled
FB-2211 My Blue Ridgwe Mountain Home / Move Along Baldy
Columbia [Denmark]
GD-254 My Sweetheart's in Love With a Swiss Mountaineer / The Big Rock Candy Mountain
Rodeo [AUS] (1950)
R-001 He Holds the Lantern / One Has My Name
R-002 Don't Make Me Go to Bed / Frankie and Johnny
R-003 You and My Old Guitar / My Daddy Is Only a Picture
R-004 Stockman's Pray'r / My Little Lady
R-006 When You Have No One to Love You / Teardrops in My Heart
R-007 A Rolling Stone / Slippin' Around
R-008 This Cold War with You / Treasures Untold
R-009 I'll Never Slip Around Again / Rock My Cradle
R-010 Waiting for a Train / Rose of Shenandoah Valley
R-011 Just Because / Wabash Cannonball
R-012 One Golden Curl / When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
Tasman [NZE] (1950)
TA-001 He Holds the Lantern / One Has My Name
TA-002 Don't Make Me Go to Bed / Frankie and Johnnie
TA-003 You and My Old Guitar / My Daddy Is Only a Picture
TA-004 Stockman's Pray'r / My Little Lady
TA-005 Soldier's Sweetheart, Part 1 / Soldier's Sweetheart, Part 2
TA-006 When You Have No One to Love You / Teardrops in My Heart
TA-007 A Rolling Stone / Slippin' Around
TA-008 Treasures Untold / I'll Never Slip Around Again
TA-009 Waiting for a Train / When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again
TA-010 This Cold War With You / Rose of Shenandoah Valley
TA-011 One Golden Curl / Wabash Cannonball
TA-012 Rock My Cradle (Once Again) / Just Because
Okeh [US] (1953)
4-14014 I’ve Known the Truth / I Was Born in Old Wyoming - 53
4-14020 Railroad Boomer / I 've Got You Right Out of My Mind B 53
Columbia [CAN]
2241 I’ve Known the Truth / I Was Born in Old Wyoming - 54
2338 Railroad Boomer / I've Got You Right Out of My Mind - 54
Phillips [AUS/NZE]
P-24505-H I=ve Known the Truth / I Was Born in Old Wyoming - 54
P-24506-H Railroad Boomer / I've Got You Right Out of My Mind - 54
Phillips [RSA]
P-24506-H Railroad Boomer / I've Got You Right Out of My Mind - 54
Festival [AUS] (1960-1961)
FWA-117 You and My Old Guitar / Dreams of Silver - 60
FWA-118 Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket / The Flowers Never Bloom in Lonesome Valley - 60
FK-3170 The Cat Came Back / Rye Whiskey - 61
Columbia [AUS] (1967-1973)
DO-4762 The Green Green Grass of Home / Tex Morton=s Protest Song - 67
DO-4785 Twenty-First Birthday / The Cream in Between B 18/5/67
DO-5031 The Jailhouse Window / I=ve Got You Right Out of My Mind B 12/10/67
DO-8303 Welcome to the Club / Barnacle Bill the Sailor - 68
DO-9025 The Black Sheep / The Transport Man B 22/1/70
DO-9489 Bob the Log / The Shicer - 70
DO-9764 Old Blue / Dunmarra - 71
DO-10256 Bob the Log / There's a Bridle Hanging on the Wall - 21/6/73
HMV [NZE] (1967)
HR-10484 The Jailhouse Window / Barnacle Bill the Sailor -67
Columbia [NZE] (1968)
DNZ-10574 Good Old Days / Rockin' Alone - 68
RCA [AUS] (1972)
102109 I Like Country Music / The Widow Next Door - 72
Picture Records [AUS] / Phillips (1973)
PRS-001/6037030 The Goondiwindi Grey / Drinking with the Dead - 73
Selection Records (2001)
? Fireball Dan - home recording remastered by Eric Scott of Hadley Records
Graham Archer DVD, Attitude Music (2003)
? The Flying Doctor - restoration of 1942 home recording
? Tumba Bloody Rumba - restoration of home recording


MULTI-ARTIST ALBUMS WITH ONE OR MORE TRACKS BY TEX MORTON
* Festival FL-31673 The Lights of Cobb & Co. - Wrap Me Up With my Stockwhip and Blanket,@ The Disqualified Jockey,Clancy of the Overflow (also issued on Calendar R66-257)
* Calendar R66-438 Sorta Country B AThe Cat Came Back,@ AThe Disqualified Jockey@ (also issued as Summit SRA-250-177) - 67
* Summit SRA-250-090 Country and Western Showcase - Sleepy Hollow (also issued as Universal Summit SRA-090
* Columbia OSX 7599 Country Style - Freight Train Yodel, Old Shep
* Columbia OSX 7637 Country Style, Vol.2 - Ned Kelly Song, Stockman's Last Bed
* Columbia 330SX7799 Country Style, Vol.3 - Green Green Grass of Home, Tex Morton's Protest Song
* Columbia 330SX 7836 History of Australian Country Music - Old Boko and Me - 14-03-68 (reissued on Columbia OEX-10109, series 299, and on DRUM 8071)
* Columbia SPR1 Our Kinda Country - Green Green Grass of Home (also issued as 8-track and cassette and on DRUM 8001) - 68
* Columbia EP SEGO-70159 Four of the Best - Jailhouse Window - 68
* Calendar SR66-9665 Australia=s Country Music Stars B AThe Ballad of Ned Kelly,@ AThe Drover=s Wife@ - 69
* Music for Pleasure MFPA 8044 Australian Style B ABarnacle Bill the Sailor@
* Music for Pleasure MFPA 8074 My Home on the Sunburnt Plains B A21st Birthday@ - 30-06-69
* Columbia TCS-4 Country Spectacular - Beautiful Queensland@ - 71
* Columbia OEX-9746 Country Yodellers - My Sweetheart's in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer
* Majestic WA-342 The Good Times in Country Music - The Goondiwindi Grey
* Kingfisher AUS-1 Greetings from Australia - Waltzing Matilda
* Larrikin LRF2/011 Country Music in Australia - The Yodelling Bagman, Sergeant Small, Through the Sin of a Son (initially released without catalogue number as joint project by Eric Watson of Selection Records and Warren Fahey of Larrikin Records, a partnership which was dissolved shortly after record's release. Some issues have a Selection label pasted over Larrikin logo.)
* Larrikin LRF-025 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.1 - The Black Sheep - 12-77 (also on Selection PRL-004)
* Larrikin LRF-026 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.2 - Big Rock Candy Mountain - 12-77 (also on Selection PRL-005)
* Selection PRL-008 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.3 B ABeautiful Queensland@ - 6-79
* Selection PRL-009 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.4: Songs of the Rodeo B AMandrake,@ ARocky Ned@ - 6-79
* Wandong Lions Club BLT-12-003 Wandong Country: The First Live Souvenir Recording of Australia's Top Country Artists - Frankie and Johnny - 10-79
* Selection PRL-016 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.5 - Railroad Boomer, I Was Born in Old Wyoming - 10-80
* Selection PRML-027 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.6: Songs of Mother and Home - Rocking Alone in an Old Rocking Chair, The Letter Edged in Black, You'll Only Have One Mother, Just Plain Folks - late 81
* RCA VAL2-0364 The Winners - The Goondiwindi Grey - 12-81 (also on cassette VAK2-0364)
* Selection PRML-034 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.7 - Wrap Me Up in My Stockwhip and Blanket, Peg Leg Jack - 11-82
* AUST 1-2 (EMI label) Australia, Our Land, Our Country - Australia (abridged version) - 82
* Nicholls'n' Dimes (RCA label) VPLI-0555 Our Buddy: Buddy Williams & Friends - I Like Country Music (Tex Morton with Sister Dorrie and Buddy Williams) - 85
* Larrikan LRF-232 That's Australia - You'll Never Be Missed - 88
*Festival D-30696 Sleepers and Rails: A Musical Trip Through Time on Australian Railways - Sergeant Small - 91
*EMI CDP-7986562 (UK) Yodelling Craze - Big Rock Candy Mountain - 92
* ABC 7243-8-54639-2-1 MACCA on Air: A Musical Selection from Australia All Over - The Travelling Showman - 11-96
* Selection PCD-086 Country Radio Request Hour Vol.8 - Freight Train Yodel, Through the Sin of a Son - 01-97
* ABC 7243-8-21101-2-7 MACCA on Air Souvenir Edition: A Musical Selection from Australia All Over plus seven bonus tracks - The Travelling Showman - 09-97
* Selection PCD-090 Country Radio Request Vol.9: Chosen from the Best of the Original Volumes 1 and 2 - The Black Sheep, The Big Rock Candy Mountains - 01-98
* Axis AX-1061 Sing a Country Song - The Travelling Showman
* ABC 1426 Rules of the Road - Darwin Jailhouse Window (Lee Kernaghan dubbed duet with Tex Morton) - 01-02-00
* Selection PCD-716 Let Us Sing Another Good Old Country Song - Fireball Dan (home recording) - 01
* Australian Bush Balladeers Association, Tribute Series No.4, Hillbilly Road Show - Fireball Dan, Don't Make Me Go to Bed - 20-12-04
* Jasmine 3554 (UK) I Love to Yodel - I Was Born in Old Wyoming - 04
* Jasmine Records 134 A Cowboy's Life Is Good Enough For Me - Oregon Trail, Teardrops in My Heart, The Story of Parson Joe - 05
* Delta Music 26516 Yodellin' Crazy: 25 Original Country Yodellin' Classics - My Sweetheart's in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer' - 06
* Rajon CDR-0861 The Great Australian Vintage Country (3-CD set) - Murrumbidgee Jack, Sergeant Small, Crime Does Not Pay, Bird in a Gilded Cage, The Big Rock Candy Mountains (RZ recordings) - 07 (reissued in 2010 on Timeless 5186592032 (Warner Music Australia) as Finest Australian Vintage Country)
* Country Stars CTS-5551 (Portugal) Yodeling Memories: 24 Country Yodeling Classics - My Sweetheart's in Love with a Swiss Mountaineer, The Big Rock Candy Mountains - 08
* Timeless Music (unknown catalogue number) Finest Australian Vintage Country: Murrumbidgee Jack, Sergeant Small, Crime Does Not Pay, Bird in a Gilded Cage, The Big Rock Candy Mountain. (3CD) 06-10
* Timeless Music/Warner 5249823462 Australia - A Galaxy of Stars 1910 - 1954 Vintage recordings: The Good Old Droving Days, Clancy Of The Overflow. (3 CD) 14-01-11
* Timeless Music/Warner 5249875355 Finest Australian Vintage Country Volume 2: A Stockman’s Prayer, Sing You Cowboy, Sergeant Small. (3CD) 12-11
* ABC Shop O66 O25 279 O92 33 Warren Fahey Presents: Down the Overlander Trail – The Early Days of Country Music In Australia: South American Joe, Hand Me Down My Walking Cane, Mandrake, Along the Stock Route. 20-01-12
* Timeless Music (unknown catalogue number) Australian Traditional Songs and Poems: Clancy of the Overflow, Waltzing Matilda -12

Smokey Warren

*12-08-1916, +30-10-2005
by Mario Manciotti, Praguefrank, Steve Hathaway, Henk Scholts
SESSIONS
also recorded with Shorty Warren and His Western Rangers with solo vocals or vocal duets as by Warren Brothers


1951 unknown – The Warren Brothers (Shorty Warren, Smokey Warren)
001 G-933  AIN'T GOT NO TIME Abbey 15043
002 G-934  HOT ROD WRECK  15043
1953 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
003 I WASN'T FREE  Cattle LP-50
004 GOLDEN GATE EXPRESS  Cattle LP-50
005 BACK IN '52  Cattle LP-50
1954 unknown - Shirley Winters, Smokey Warren, Shorty Warren and his Western Rangers
006 OVER AND OVER AGAIN Rita R-110B
007 JERSEY CENTRAL SPECIAL Rita R-110B
1955 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
008 PRISONER'S DREAM Yale 250  Cattle LP-50
1956 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
009 I WONDER WHERE YOU ARE TONIGHT  Cattle LP-50
010 BALL OF FIRE   Yale 250 Cattle LP-50
011 WHERE WAS MY MIND?  Cattle LP-50
1957 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
012 LET ME DOWN AGAIN Cattle LP-50
Ca September 1957 poss. Bell Sound Studio, 237 West 54th St., New York City – Smokey Warren
013 12343 PRISONER’S DREAM Roulette 7006
014 12344 unknown title
015 12345 BALL OF FIRE  Roulette 7006
016 12346 unknown title
1958 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
017 SMOKEY'S POLKA –instr.- Yale 250  Cattle LP-50
1958 unknown – Warren Brothers
018 NECESSARY TO ME Cool 105
019 I WONDER WHERE YOU ARE TONIGHT  Cool 105
ca December 1958 unknown – Smokey Warren
020 UNKNOWN
021 SELFISH HEART
ca January 1959 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren and Dottie Mae
022 SUGAR DOLL Yale Y-101
023 SOMETHIN’ WONDERFUL Y-101
1959 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren and His Famous Mountain Dew Boys featuring Dottiwe Mae
024 BONAPART'S RETREAT Yale Y 1000
025 TAKE THESE CHAINS Yale Y 1000
026 I'M TELLING YOU Yale Y 1000
027 AFRAID Yale Y 1000
028 STORY OF MY LIFE Yale Y 1000
029 ALL RIGHT I'LL SIGN THE PAPERS Yale Y 1000
030 OUT BEHIND THE BARN  Yale Y 1000
031 WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS [OLD RED RIVER FLOATS *] Yale 226/Y 1000*
032 MAGGIE Yale 226/Y 1000
033 U4KM-8773 RUNNING FROM ANOTHER BROKEN HEART  Yale 227/Y 100
034 U4KM-8774 MARIE Yale 227/Y 1000
Ca February 1959 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren and Shorty Warren
035 SO BAD Flame 111
036 YOU’RE GONNA GRIEVE WHEN I LEAVE Flame 111
1959 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
037 THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK  Cattle LP-50
1961 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
038 TRUCK DRIVER'S RIDE –instr.-  Yale Y 1000 Cattle LP-50
039 WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE –instr.- Cattle LP-50
ca late November 1962 unknown, NJ – Smokey Warren
040 1036 I DREAMED OF AN OLD LOVE AFFAIR Flamingo 542
041 1037 BALL OF FIRE Flamingo 542
1960s unknown – Smokey Warren (Earl Bateman [calls])
042 DAISEY MAE ROUND Diplomat DS 2609
043 SHAKERAG - OPRY HOEDOWN Diplomat DS 2609 
044 FLATROCK FIDDLER Diplomat DS 2609
045 FOX RUN-A-ROUND Diplomat DS 2609 
046 GOOD OLE' COUNTRY MUSIC Diplomat DS 2609 
047 VIRGINIA BLUES Diplomat DS 2609 
048 SQUARE DANCE TONIGHT Diplomat DS 2609 
049 OLD HEN SQUARE Diplomat DS 2609 
050 TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE Diplomat DS 2609
1964 unknown . Shorty and Smokey Warren featuring Dottie Mae (Shorty Warren, Smokey Warren, Dottie Mae, Harvey Reynolds, Whitey Murphy, Chet Tyler, Jimmy Reinhart, Barney Horn, Toothless Twins)
051 FRANKIE AND JOHNNY Riccio LPR1001
052 RED RIVER VALLEY Riccio LPR1001
053 DOWN IN THE VALLEY Riccio LPR1001
054 DEAR EVELINA Riccio LPR1001
055 WABASH CANNONBALL Riccio LPR1001
056 OLD RIGGED CROSS Riccio LPR1001
057 OLD SOUTHERN HOME Riccio LPR1001
058 COWBOY JACK Riccio LPR1001
059 LETTER EDGED IN BLACK Riccio LPR1001
060 LONESOME ROAD BLUES Riccio LPR1001  
ca 1979 Trans Audio Studios, ?, NJ – Smokey Warren and Dottie Mae (Smokey Warren [vcl/gt], Dottie Mae [vcl], Bobby Bonk [ld gt], Tony Richards [steel], Steve Petrella [bass/harmonica], Blackie Summers [fiddle], Ed Goldberg [piano]. Produced by Real Associates)
061 JERSEY CENTRAL SPECIAL Real Associates LP-7079 
062 BLUE EYES CRYING IN THE RAIN Real Associates LP-7079 
063 IF TEARDROPS WERE PENNIES Real Associates LP-7079 
064 KEYS IN THE MAILBOX Real Associates LP-7079 
065 THERE HE GOES Real Associates LP-7079 
066 WALK RIGHT BACK Real Associates LP-7079 
067 HE TAUGHT ME HOW TO YODEL Real Associates LP-7079 
068 LOOSE TALK Real Associates LP-7079 
069 ONE ROSE Real Associates LP-7079 
070 TEXAS WHEN I DIE Real Associates LP-7079 
071 NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW Real Associates LP-7079 
072 BORIK’S BOUNCE Real Associates LP-7079   – CA 79
Discography is incomplete



ALBUMS
Yale Y-1000 Yea ! Smokey - Eastern King Of Western Swing: Old Red River Floats; Bonapart's Retreat; Maggie; Take These Chains; I'm Telling You; Another Broken Heart; Marie;‘ Afraid; Truck Drivers Ride; Story Of My Life; All Right I'll Sign The Papers Out Behind The Bard – 6-
Riccio LPR 1001 Riccio Records Presents Shorty And Smokey Warren Featuring Dottie Mae/ Country Music Standards: Frankie And Johnny; Red River Valley; Down In The Valley; Dear Evelina; Wabash Cannonball; Old Rigged Cross;  Old Southern Home; Cowboy Jack; Letter Edged In Black; Lonesome Road Blues – 64 (MX: RR4M-5091/2)
Diplomat D/DS 2609 Daisy Mae Round / Smokey Warren’s Square Dances: Daisey Mae Round; Shakerag - Opry Hoedown; Flatrock Fiddler; Fox Run-A-Round; Good Ole' Country Music; Virginia Blues; Square Dance Tonight; Old Hen Square; Trail Of The Lonesome Pine – ca 66 (calls by Earl Bateman)
Yale 250 Yale Records Presents Smokey Warren The "Ball Of Fire“: Ball Of Fire (Smokey); Good Man Is Hard To Find (Dottie Mae); Southern Home (Shorty and Smokey); Reynolds Waltz (Harvey Reynolds); Barbara Waltz (Instrumental); Letter Edged In Black (Smokey); Jersey Central Special (Shorty); Cowboy Jack (Dottie Mae); Prisoners Dream (Smokey); Sittin' And Thinkin' (Jerry Hatton); Smokey's Polka (Instrumental); Old Love Affair (Shorty) – 05-68
Real Associates LP-7079 The Best Of Smokey Warren and Dottie Mae: Jersey Central Special; Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain; If Teardrops Were Pennies; Keys in the Mailbox; There He Goes; Walk Right Back; He Taught Me How to Yodel; Loose Talk; One rose; Texas When I Die; No One Will Ever Know; Borik’s Bounce – ca 79
Cattle LP-50 The Eastern King Of Western Swing: I Wonder Where You Are Tonight; Prisoner's Dream; Ball Of Fire; Where Was My Mind?; I Wasn't Free; Let Me Down Again; Truck Driver's Ride (Inst.); The Letter Edged In Black; When You And I Were Young Maggie (Inst.); Golden Gate Express; Back In '52; Smokey's Polka – 84
BACM [UK] CD D Warren Brothers/ Shorty And Smokey And The Western Rangers: Hillbilly Heart;  Ding Dong Polka;  Ain't Got The Time;  Hot Rod Wreck;  I Thought She Was Local (But She Was A Fast Express);  Stop That Weddin';  Please Have A Talk With Your Heart;  Arizona; I Still Have A Picture Of You;  (It's Too Late) I Found Somebody Else; Jersey Central Special; Over And Over Again;  She's Gone, Gone, Gone;  25 Chickens-35 Cows;  Wondering;  Always Late; Give Me More; Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way; Slow Poke; Mom And Dad's Waltz; It's No Secret What God Can Do; Hey Good Lookin'; Silver And Gold; Too Old To Cut The Mustard; Crying Heart Blues; Bundle Of Southern Sunshine; Necessary To Me; I Wonder Where You Are Tonight; Prisoner's Dream; Ball Of Fire – 02-16

SINGLES (incomplete)
Abbey (1951) Warren Brothers
15043  Hot Rod Wreck / Ain't Got No Time  -51
Rita (1954)
R-110B Over And Over Again / Jersey Central Special – 08-54 (rev. Aug. 21) Shirley Winters, Smokey Warren, Shorty Warren and his Western Rangers
Roulette (1958)
RCW-7006 Prisoner’s Dream / Ball Of Fire - 58
Cool (1958)
105 Necessary To Me / I Wonder Where You Are Tonight – 58 Warren Brothers
Yale (1959-)
Y-101 Sugar Doll / Somethin' Wonderful – 03-59 w. Dottie Mae (rev. March 23)
226 Where The Old Red River Flows / Maggie - 67
227 Running From Another Broken Heart / Marie – 67 w. Dottie Mae
Flame
111 So Bad / You’re Gonna Grieve When I Leave – 04-59 w. Shorty Warren (rev. Apr. 13)
Flamingo (1962)
542 I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair / Ball of Fire – 01-63 (rev. Feb. 2)




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.