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Rex Allen, the Arizona Cowboy

(1920 - 1999)

 

 

 "In my opinion, Bob Nolan was not only the greatest songwriter that ever lived, but a great poet. Bob was a deep thinking kind of a man. When you had Bob for a friend, you had a good one."

 

                              

 

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Rex Allen, a Small Biography of a Great Life by Michelle Sundin, January 2007

 

When Elizabeth [McDonald] and Calin [Coburn] said they wanted to include bios and recollections of people who had worked with the Pioneers or had personally known Bob Nolan, they included Rex Allen.  Rex knew Bob from his Hollywood days, having also worked at Republic studios.  In the early 1950’s, the Pioneers appeared on Rex’s radio program and made some transcription recordings for the US Navy.

 


Rex had great respect for Bob because of his music and told me in 1991 that he thought Bob was very underrated as an actor as well a songwriter.  When Nolan died, Rex held a tribute at his ranch which included the Sons of the Pioneers, Stuart Hamblen, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, and many, many others who knew and worked with him in the movie and recording industry.


 


Rex Allen - was a true Westerner, coming from southeastern Arizona not far from where Stan Jones was born and raised.  Rex lost a brother to snakebite and his mother died when he was quite young. His dad, a cattleman, moved the family to Willcox.  Rex had vision problems as boy and the town raised money to have his eyes operated on.  He bought a cheap guitar and used to sing in Willcox to make a few nickels. He also played fiddle and sang at local dances.  He was encouraged by everyone who heard him to try out for popular radio programs and barely missed being hired for a show in the East - he lost out to a Tennessee boy named Eddy Arnold.   But, as a result, he went to Chicago and was hired by radio station WLS for their “Barn Dance”. Then he was ‘discovered’ and hired by Herbert Yates to make singing cowboy movies in Hollywood.  He filmed 19 of them.

 


He recorded a number of popular and country/western hit songs including the original “Crying in the Chapel”, “Streets of Laredo” and “Don’t Go Near the Indians”.  When he completed a recording session with the legendary Victor Young, the entire orchestra stood and applauded.  Rex’s amazing voice and vocal range, his lack of ego, and his ability to do a song in one ‘take’ had impressed them as few singers ever did.

 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

Rex also had a short-lived TV series, “Frontier Doctor”, where he played the title (and non-singing) role. He also starred in the non-western, “Swamp Country”, as a modern-day sheriff. He remembered this series mainly because of the heat, humidity and bugs on location in the Deep South.  He was happier with the Stephen Foster musical, “I Dream of Jeannie”, appearing as a minstrel singer in blackface makeup. In the 1991 interview, he laughed when he recalled going home in the dark make-up one evening, knocking on the door hat in hand and talking in character, when one of his sons answered.  And his son saying over his shoulder, “Mom, it’s just dad” and wandering off.

 

Frontier Doctor, 1958-59

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

Rex and family

Courtesy of Josie Shapira


He provided the narration for the original “Charlotte’s Web” and was the voice for hundreds of commercials on TV and radio.

 

For us Baby Boomers, his rich, truly Western voice was an important part of the dozens of Disney nature films he narrated in the 50’s and 60’s.  In the early 1990’s he hosted a popular country music television show, “Church Street Station”, and continued to do commercials, usually using a sound studio in Tucson.

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin


He was well-known for his humanitarian work and lent his name and support to worthy causes all over the southwest.  The annual Rex Allen Days in his hometown of Willcox, Arizona, helped raise funds to build a hospital and fund various community projects.  He appeared at that celebration for nearly 50 years and also helped establish a museum there dedicated not only to his career but to the working cowboys of the state.  He told me he felt their contributions would last far longer than anything he had ever done and they deserved to have the recognition.  But he was always, always proud that he was born and raised a cowboy He accepted and marveled over the fact that he would forever be known as one of the best-known spokesmen for the West.

 

© Michelle Sundin


When Rex talked about his “B” Western days at Republic, he was always self-deprecating but proud to have done them.  He was of the opinion that his first film, “Arizona Cowboy”, should have been burned, along with any and all copies.

 

 

With the second, he was more at ease and it showed in his acting.  By then he had purchased Koko and the combination of the beautiful stallion, simple scripts, and good music, made it all work.

 

Under Mexicali Stars, 1950

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

Rex told me he either wrote or arranged many of his movie songs, most notably the title song for that first film (also known as “Too Lee Roll Um”, which was used as the theme for a number of his other “B’s”).  He soon became, and forever remained, “The Arizona Cowboy”.

 


Acting in ‘B’ Westerns at Republic didn’t make much money, especially when compared to what is earned today, he recalled, and he had to go on the road and perform at concerts to make a comfortable living for his family. 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

What he considered priceless was the friendship of folks met as a result of his Hollywood days.  John Wayne, Clark Gable, Roy and Dale, Ben Johnson, Slim Pickens, Buddy Ebsen, Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers, Ronald Reagan, songwriter Stan Jones, rodeo cowboy Casey Tibbs, and hundreds of others, remained friends long after he left the movie business.  Warm and generous, once you had his friendship, he could be counted upon whenever help was needed.

 

Rex with Christian Rudolph Ebsen Jr. aka "Buddy" Ebsen

 

Rex with Louis Bert Lindley Jr. aka "Slim Pickens"

 


Of those he worked with, he considered William Witney quite a taskmaster but one of the finest directors in Hollywood, especially given the scripts and miserly budgets he was forced to work with.  As far as the leading ladies – he enjoyed working with them all and, ever the gentleman, he wouldn’t say which was his favorite.  Like Roy Rogers, he joked about never getting the girl but he could always kiss his horse.  Besides, the kids who came to watch the films weren’t interested in the smooching and hand holding and, as he joked during a Nashville Network TV interview, he wasn’t very good at it anyway.

 

Rodeo King and the Senorita, 1951

 

Down Laredo Way, 1953

Courtesy of Ed Phillips

 

For the Love of Mike, 1960

Courtesy of Ed Phillips

 

 

Lobby cards courtesy of Ed Phillips

 

 

Redwood Forest Trail, 1950

 

South Pacific Trail, 1952

South Pacific Trail, 1952

South Pacific Trail, 1952

 

Thunder in God's Country, 1951


He “dearly loved” Koko and Koko Jr.  Both were remarkably calm, gentle, and intelligent.  He told me there were three or four horses on the set who were ‘doubles’ for Koko because he couldn’t run him all day, regardless of what the movies showed. One time, he said, the horse that doubled Koko in a running scene sweated so much that the vegetable dye they used ran down onto his white legs and got all over Rex’s costume.  They had to cancel the rest of the shoot that day.  Another Koko anecdote - he was a stud and such a fast runner that Rex sometimes had to rein him in during chase scenes so he wouldn’t catch up to the villain’s horses before it was called for in the script. He said it sometimes took all his strength to hold him back and shoot at the same time.

 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin


Rex insisted that he did almost all his own riding and stunts except for some of the more difficult falls and jumps which the studio forbid him to do.

 

 

The more active fight scenes were left to stuntman Joe Yrigoyen who doubled Roy and Gene and many other of Republic’s leading cowboys.  An anecdote he shared about the fights - they were worked out punch by punch with the director, soundman, stuntmen and actor, and were filmed once all the principal shooting and close-ups had been shot, just in case a punch was actually landed or he was sick and couldn’t be there for filming.  One time Rex missed a cue and a stuntman’s fist connected, knocking him out.  Upon waking, he sported a large bruise and swollen face. What shots were left were done from his ‘good side’ or over the shoulder. “I learned the importance of ducking that day,” he quipped.

 


Location shooting wasn’t on his list of favorite things but usually lasted only a few days so he could get home to his wife and young children.  The interiors and street scenes were usually shot on the Republic lot in Studio City while some of the southern California ‘movie ranches’ were used to film chases and running gun battles.  Occasionally, scenes involving a lake view or woods were done at Big Bear Lake or Lake Tahoe. And for one of those memorable time-crossing-cowboy-on-a-horse vs. modern-technology-movies, a helicopter chase was shot in the Alabama Hills near Lone Pine.  When I showed him the studio-still I had of his hanging from one of the ‘helicopter’s skids, he laughingly said – “Gawd, wasn’t I good! I shot that thing down. Not bad for a gun full of blanks!”

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin


One vivid memory was a genuine brush with death during an underwater fight scene.  A number of ‘takes’ were required in a deep tank of unheated water on the Republic lot.  As the filming wore on, Rex wore out and finally, after swallowing what he felt was half the contents of the tank, he couldn’t swim anymore and started sinking. He would have drowned if someone hadn’t dived in and helped him to the surface – “I slept pretty good that night!”


When Roy Rogers did “Trail of Robin Hood”, Rex was on a promotional tour but flew to California and stayed two days to shoot his scenes and then flew back East to resume his tour. Their friendship made it an easy task – “I just had to ride in on Koko, drive a wagon, and help save the Christmas trees for the kids. Then drive to the airport and fly back East to finish the tour.”

 


He figured he and Koko traveled over a million miles appearing for movie openings, concerts, parades, hospital visits, and rodeos.  Like Roy and Gene, there was a special spot in his heart for kids and, wherever he appeared, thousands were there to see and hear him. Admittedly, hospital visits were sometimes very hard to make because he would think of his own children.  “I used to thank God they were healthy and able to do what many of those in the hospital couldn’t and never would.” Even 40 years later he would tear-up when he talked about some of the children he met.


Like Roy and Gene, he was genuine, he was interested in what you had to say and appreciated every autograph, photo, and the gifts he would receive. He loved his home state enough to retire to a small ranch southeast of Tucson where he had a couple dogs and an old longhorn steer named Sancho.  Everyone knew him in the area and each would get a smile, a hello, sometimes an autograph or photo and, like more than one person said, if you didn’t know the face, you sure knew the voice.

 


Rex’s Sonoita ranch house had bookshelves filled with many photos of his family and friends.  One whole shelf was crammed with various colored cowboy boots given him by a boot company he did commercials for. Another held a large supply of creamy white (what else!) cowboy hats with his name inside.  The style was named for him and was a best seller for many years.

 

(Anonymous Collector)

 

(Anonymous Collector)

 

He would sometimes give them to friends or fans - the supply seemed endless.  He still had several of the suits Nudie the Hollywood Tailor made for him over the years and he wore on special occasions - he called them his ‘idiot suits.’ 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

He was very proud of a bronze statue of a cowboy, sculpted by his friend and co-star Slim Pickens and given to him.  He also showed me a fiddle both he and his dad had played, and a huge dining table crafted by actor and carpenter George Montgomery.  He didn’t say much about the countless awards given for his humanitarian work. He said he didn’t do it to get recognition.


Rex wasn’t one to live in the past.  He kept busy answering fan mail, making commercials or guest appearances for benefits, and was one of the founders of the Western Music Association.  Shortly before his death, he recorded an album of songs with Western singer, Don Edwards, a man he greatly admired.

 


Even as his health failed and he was forced to sell his beloved ranch and move closer to health facilities, the deep and warm laugh and twinkle in his eye were usually justa phone call and welcomed visit away.  I know. I saw him two weeks before he passed and had a wonderful chat and invitation to come back soon.

 

Rex with Roy Warhurst (left, just off camera), Rusty Richards Roy Rogers and Dale Evans

© Michelle Sundin

 

 Left to right: Karl E. Farr, Pat Farr, Rex and Bill Wiley (front), 1992, at a Western Music Association Festival.

© Michelle Sundin

 

Monte Hale, Eddie Dean and Rex Allen, 1992 at the Gene Autry Museum, Tribute to the Singing Cowboy. 
Each man signed a cement block which was then installed at the  museum.  Patsy Montana and Herb Jeffries were also there. 

© Michelle Sundin


Through the years, Rex Allen accomplished many things but, to him, his most important legacy was his family.  With very little prodding, he always could be counted upon to tell a grandkid’s story or talk with genuine pride about what his children had done and how they all were making contributions to society and were not taking drugs or getting into trouble with the law.


He told a story about a visit with Rex Jr in Nashville when one of the younger grandkids came up to him and said, “Grandpa, you sure have a nice voice – for a cowboy."  That brought one of those from-the-toes laughs that rocked the house. With a great deal of pride, he used to say, “Those kids are the future and I hope they will always be as blessed as I have been.”


Back in the early 90’s, Rex told me that two of the things he still wanted out of life were to see the new century arrive and watch his grandchildren grow up.  He saw their future as being filled with wonders he couldn’t even begin to imagine.

 

Filming a commercial for a local Tucson TV ad, 1991 with cue cards.

© Michelle Sundin


He would have been 79 on New Year’s Eve 1999. But on December 17, Rex Allen joined Roy and Gene and all those legendary and larger-than-life heroes who rode across the screen and made our lives a little brighter.


As he wanted, his ashes were scattered in a little park across the street from the museum that bears his name and close to some of the places he used to take his mail-order guitar and sing to earn nickels. Koko is buried there, also, in the shadow of a larger-than-life bronze of Rex, who himself was larger than life.

 

Rex at the dedication of the statue in Willcox, Arizona

© Michelle Sundin

 

Bronze by Buck McCain, across from the Rex Allen Arizona Cowboy Museum, Willcox, Arizona

© Michelle Sundin

 

Inside that statue is a bronze heart, complete with aortas.  He wanted to ensure that his heart would always be in Arizona.

© Michelle Sundin

 

 

January 8, 2000 Willcox Memorial

(TV newscasts of his death plus the soundtrack from the memorial tribute thanks to Bob Serkey and George Bensmiller)

 

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

 

Friends, family sing their tributes to Rex Allen, 78

By A. J. FLICK
Tucson Citizen Country Music Writer

WILLCOX - The four things Rex Allen loved most - family, friends, music and laughter - came together Saturday in a fitting tribute to the legendary Western star.

"I think Dad would have loved it, don't you?" his eldest son, Rex Allen Jr., said afterward. "I could just picture him there in the front row, laughing."

 Lowell Lydic of the Rex Allen Days Committee and Western Music Association estimated the crowd at about 2,000. Allen's relatives and close friends, including his secretary, Terri Stone, and Western star Dick Jones, filled the first few rows of seats.

Singer/songwriter Johnny Western presented a humor-filled biography of his mentor, who died Dec. 17 at age 78. Western ended by singing the chorus to "The Arizona Cowboy." From the sidelines, a smiling Rex Jr. softly sang along.

The legendary Sons of the Pioneers followed, wrapping up their three-song set with "Tumbling Tumbleweeds." Then Rex Jr. joined in for the Snuff Garrett tune "The Last of the Silver Screen Cowboys."

The most touching moment came when Rex Allen's second-oldest son, Curtis, performed an altered version of James Taylor's "Something in the Way She Moves." Then, head bowed, he uttered, "I miss my dad."

Other performers included Western stars Don Edwards, Les Gilliam and Belinda Gail. Sharing their memories of Allen were Hal Spencer, son of Tim Spencer, one of the founding members of the Sons of the Pioneers, and Roy "Dusty" Rogers Jr.

Allen's band, The Reinsmen, sang a heartfelt "Home on the Range" to its former lead singer.

And promising new Western group Everywhere West performed Rex Jr.'s song, "Can You Hear Those Pioneers?" which the band recorded with Rex Sr. shortly before his death. Watching from the wings, The Reinsmen and The Sons of the Pioneers spontaneously harmonized.

As many memories as were shared onstage were passed around offstage.

Mary Ellen Kay, who was Rex Allen's leading lady in six films, recalled a romantic moment in "Silver City Bonanza." "I thought he was really cute," said Kay. "And I wouldn't say he was flirting, but he was sitting pretty close, and he kept getting closer and closer to me while he was singing. And I kept looking up at him, and I'd swear he was going to kiss me, but he didn't! He got the biggest kick out of that.

"I got to present an award to him at Festival of the West in Scottsdale, and he said, 'You know, I never got to kiss my leading lady, but I'm going to now!' "

Jeff Davis, who conducted one of the last interviews with Rex Allen for Chicago radio station WLS, said Allen liked to joke about his career as singer, actor and Disney narrator, saying, "God gave me a voice, and I sold it wherever I could."

Tucsonan Jeff Pundt recalled a story Allen liked to tell about a woman who insisted Allen was Roy Rogers and demanded an autograph. Allen complied, scribbling, "I'll never be the singer Rex Allen was - Roy Rogers."

Belinda Gail, who, at the Allen family's request, sang "Amazing Grace" a cappella, said she would never forget how Allen touched her life.

"He wrote a personal note to every single person who performed at Rex Allen Days last year. That's the kind of person he was. It's sad to see him go. You don't see people like him anymore. Rex Allen was the last of an era."

The last song of the afternoon came from Rex Jr. It was, appropriately, "Streets of Laredo" - his father's biggest hit.

The WMA will hold a tribute concert starring Everywhere West at 7 p.m. Feb. 22 in the Tucson Convention Center's Leo Rich Theatre, 260 S. Church Ave. Tickets are $10. For more information, call (520) 743-9794.

 

 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin


Rex Allen – the Last of the Silver Screen Cowboys, the Voice of the West, the Arizona Cowboy.

 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

Michelle Sundin with Rex Allen at his Sonoita, AZ, ranch.

Photo by Colin Momber, editor of Wrangler's Roost


 

 

Yodeling Songs

 

Nothin' to Do

Jawbreaker

 

Rex's Tribute to John Wayne

 


 

 

Suggested Reading:

 

• "The Arizona Cowboy, Rex Allen: My Life, Sunrise to Sunset" as told to Paula Simpson Witt and Snuff Garrett

• "Rex Allen, the Arizona Cowboy" by Carman and Scaparotti

 


 

 

Art

 

Painting by Rex Allen, 1957

Courtesy Michelle Sundin

 


 

 

Comics

 

 

No. 5

 

1952 No. 6

 

1953 No. 7

 

1953 No. 9

 

1954 No. 13

 

1954 No. 14

 

1955 No. 15

 

1955 No. 16

 

1955 No. 17

 

1955 No. 18

 

1956 No. 22

 

1958 No. 27

 


 

 

Recordings

 

 

   

     

     

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

Record scans courtesy of Michelle Sundin


 

 

Sheet Music

 

 

Courtesy of Michelle Sundin

 

 

 

Courtesy of Dick Goodman

 

 

Letter from Richard Goodman, September 24, 2007 ~

        These were taken at the annual "Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame " Induction Awards last night at the Dodge Theatre in downtown Phoenix. I was asked to be the Presenter of the Rex Allen Award, and his son, Country/Western star, Rex Jr, received it on behalf of his dad. For those of you who don't know, I was privileged to be able to work with Rex Allen, Sr for almost 20 years from the mid '70s into the early '90s, and we became very good friends through that time. Rex was just like family to Dixie and me and we miss him dearly.


Dick Goodman making the presentation.

 

Rex Jr and his twin sons, Cody and Logan, and niece, Amy as he's making the acceptance speech on behalf of the family.

 

Rex Jr and the boys singing his own composition and our state song, "Arizona."

 

LETTERS

(Anonymous Collector)

 

(Anonymous Collector)

 

(Anonymous Collector)

 

MORE PHOTOS

Young Rex Allen

(Anonymous Collector)

 

(Anonymous Collector)

 

San Francisco, 1951

(Anonymous Collector)

 

Rex, Estelita Rodrigues, San Diego Navy Base, 1952

(Anonymous Collector)

 

Rex and Rex Jr., 1952

(Anonymous Collector)

 

TICKETS

(Anonymous Collector)

 

DISCOGRAPHY (Courtesy of Luis Roberto Costa)

SESSIONS
December 1945 poss. Universal Recording Corp., 46 East Walton St., Chicago, IL - Rex Allen & Dawn Busters
001 177 DON'T YOU TURN YOUR BACK ON ME 2044
002 178 I'M SO ALONE IN THE CROWD 2044 6214
003 179 WHATCHA GONNA DO? 2032 6036
004 180 CURTAINS OF SORROW 2032 6036
April 1946 poss. Universal Recording Corp., 46 East Walton St., Chicago, IL -Rex Allen & Prairie Ramblers
005 351 YOU STARTED HONKY-TONKIN˘ 6008
006 352 ATOMIC POWER 6008
007 353 QUEEN OF RODEO 6021 6061/BDP-15192
008 354 AFTER YOUR SUNSHINE TURNS TO RAIN 6021 6203
August 1946 poss. Universal Recording Corp., 46 East Walton St., Chicago, IL -Rex Allen & Arizona Wranglers
009 499 DRIFTWOOD ON THE RIVER 6017 6278 A-25
010 500 TEXAS TORNADO 6015/BDP15192
011 501 DON˘T TURN YOUR BACK ON ME 6015 EP1-3209 EP1-3260 A-25
012 502 LOOK AT ME NOW 6017 A-25
18 February 1947 WGN Studios, Chicago, IL -Rusty Gill & The Prairie Ramblers/* Rex Allen & His Arizona Wranglers
013 724 OPEN THAT DOOR, HIRAM 6035 6283
014 725 JOLIE BLON 6035 6283
015 726 FOGGY RIVER* 6034 6271 EP1-3260
016 727 A BROKEN PROMISE MEANS A BROKEN HEART* 6034 6271 EP1-3260
June 1947 poss. Chicago, IL -Rex Allen & His Arizona Wranglers
017 879/PBE-793 (CAN'T YOU) TAKE IT BACK AND CHANGE IT FOR A BOY 6049 6091 EP1-3260/MG 20825
018 880 I WENT OUT AND GOT A BUCKET FOR MY TEARS 6061
019 881 NAGGIN' 6349-x45 EP1-3260
020 882 FEUDIN' AND FIGHTIN' 6049
ca. October 1947 poss. Chicago, IL - Polka Chips (Rex Allen [vcl] + more unknown musicians)
021 1013 CLARINET POLKA 6063 70673-x45 C-30087x45 EP1-3230
022 1014 HELENA POLKA 6063 70673-x45 C-30087x45 EP1-3230
023 1015 BARBARA POLKA 6064 EP1-3230
024 1016 LAUGHING POLKA 6064 EPA1-3230
7 December 1947 poss. Chicago, IL - Rex Allen (unknown musicians)
025 1249 TEARDROPS IN MY HEART 6095 6285/MGW-12268 MGW-12297 PKW2-128 BDP-15192
026 1382 THAT LITTLE BOY OF MINE 6078 6278
027 1383 CHIME BELLS 6122/BDP-15192
028 1384 WHO SHOT THAT HOLE IN MY SOMBRERO 6140 /BDP-15192
029 1385 SLAP HER DOWN AGAIN, PAW 6095/BDP-15192
030 1386 SAVE A LITTLE CORNER IN YOUR HEART FOR ME unissued
031 1387 HAWAIIAN COWBOY 6091/BDP-15192
032 1388 LOADED PISTOL (LOADED DICE) 6078 EP1-3209/BDP-15192
033 1389 MIRANDA DOAKES 6122/BDP-15192
December 1947 poss. Chicago, IL - Rex Allen & The Arizona Wranglers
034 1503 DON'T CHA 6269-x45
035 1504 THERE'S ONLY ONE KIND OF RED, WHITE AND BLUE 6285-x45
036 1505 MISS FROM MISSISSIPPI unissued
037 1506 LORD PROTECT MY DARLIN˘ 6060
038 1507 THE EMPTY CHRISTMAS STOCKING 6136
039 1508 THE GOL-DARNED WHEEL unissued
040 1509 TELL ME LITTLE DARLIN' 6203 (2)
041 1510 THE BORDER SERENADE 6060
042 1511 TRUE BLUE LOU LU-LU 70373-x45
January 1948 poss. Chicago, IL - Rex Allen & His Artizona Wranglers/* Polka Chips
043 1630 TEARS ON MY OLD GUITAR 6136
044 1631 COTTAGE IN THE CLOUDS 6192
045 1632 INFLATION unissued
046 1633 YODELIN' CRAZY 6269
047 1634 DOODLEY POLKA* 6096
048 1635 BLONDIE POLKA* 6096
049 1636 HAPPY MARY POLKA 6140
050 1637 ALBUQUERQUE POLKA 6349-x45
ca. February 1949 poss.WBBO Radio Station Studio, Cincinnati, OH - Rex Allen & Arizona Wranglers
051 2346 AFRAID 6192 6271-x45 602x45 EP1-3113
052 2347 TENNESSEE TEARS 6171/BDP-15192
053 2348 ARIZONA WALTZ 6203/BDP-15192
054 2349 SONG OF THE HILLS 6171/BDP-15192
ca. July 1949 poss. Castle Studio at The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN - Rex Allen & Arizona Wranglers (Judy Perkins [harm vcl -*], Jerry Byrd [gt] + more unknown musicians)
055 2615 LITTLE BROWN SHOES 6221
056 2616 OVER THREE HILLS -* 6214
057 2617 BLUES IN MY MIND 6221
ca. 10 December 1949 unknown - Jerry Byrd, * vcl Rex Allen w. The String Dusters
058 2672 NO MORE* unissued
059 2673 I GOTTA HAVE MY BABY BACK * 6228 EP1-3209
10 December 1949 unknown - Rex Allen & *Patti Page w. The String Dusters
060 2676 THE BROKEN DOWN MERRY-GO-ROUND *6231 EP1-3114
061 2677 TAG ALONG *6231 5592 EP1-3114
062 2678 SOFTLY AND TENDERLY * 6258 5592 EP1-3114
063 2679 FARTHER ALONG * 6258 EP1-3114
064 2680 A PETAL FROM A FADED ROSE 6228
065 2681 CATTLE CALL EP1-3111/BDP-15192
ca. March 1950 Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen (+probably recorded in another session)
066 7508/YW-7572 PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME 6252 (2)
067 +SAVE A LITTLE CORNER IN YOUR HEART FOR ME 70373-x45
ca. March 1950 unknown - Rex Allen & Arizona Wranglers (Jerry Byrd [gt) + more unknown musicians)
068 YW-7002 DIXIE BOOGIE 6252-x45
069 YW-7003 NO MORE 6252-x45
August 1950 unknown - Rex Allen & His Arizona Wranglersa
070 YW-7042 YOU DRIFTED 6297-x45 EP1-3198
071 YW-7043 HONOLULU BOOGIE 6286-x45
072 YW-7044 I AIN’T GONNA CRY NO MORE 6297-x45 EP1-3111
073 YW-7045 TOO-LEE ROLLUM 6286-x45
ca. October 1950 poss. Chicago, IL – Rex Allen
074 YW-3930 THE WRECK OF THE JOHN B 5573-X45 EP1-3193
075 YW-3931 SENTIMENTAL FOOL 5619-x45 EP1-3111
076 YW-3932 THE ROVING KIND 5573-x45 1457x45 A-173x45 EP1-3193/MG-25112
ca. January 1951 poss. Chicago, IL – Patti Page & Rex Allen
077 YW-7097 TAG-A-LONG 5592-x45
078 YW-7098 SOFTLY AND TENDERLY 5592-x45
ca. February 1951 poss. Chicago, IL - Rex Allen
079 YW-4090 SPARROW IN THE TREE TOP 5597-x45 EP1-3193
080 YW-4091 ALWAYS YOU 5597-x45 EP1-3198
ca. February 1951 poss. Chicago, IL – Rex Allen
081 YW-4123 LIGHT IN THE WINDOW EP1-3113
082 YW-4124 TEN MORE MILES TO GO 5619-X45 EP1-3113
August 1951 Chicago, IL – Rex Allen (orchester conducted by Hary Geller)
083 YW-4184 ANGEL TO JOE 5713-x45
084 YW-4185 THE WIND IS A WOMAN unissued/BDP-15192
085 YW-4186 JUST WALKING OUT THE DOOR EP1-3111
086 YW-4187 COWPOKE 5713-x45 EP1-3198/BDP-15192
ca. September 1951 Chicago, IL – Rex Allen (orchester conducted by Lew Douglas)
087 YW-4289/PBE-859 MISTER AND MISSISSIPPI 5647-x45 EP1-3209/WC-12268 PKW2-128
088 YW-4290 HOT TIME IN NEW ORELANS TODAY 5686-x45 EP1-3113
089 YW-4291 THE LAST CAROUSEL 5686-x45 EP1-3193
090 YW-4292 LONELY LITTLE ROBIN 5647-x45 5699x45 EP1-3198
31 October 1951 Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen & The Nashville Dixielanders
091 81803/NA 2523 RAGTIME MELLODY 9-27876
092 81804/NA 2524 TUCK ME TO SLEEP INMY OLD TUCKY HOME 9-27876
093 81805/NA 2525 TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY 9-28146
094 81806/NA 2526 THE WALTZ OF ROSES 9-27952
1 November 1951 Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (unknown musicians + Anita Kerr Singers)
095 81822/NA 2527 I’VE GOT SO MANY MILLION YEARS (THAT I CAN COUNT THEM) 9-46390
096 81823/NA 2528 AS LONG AS THE RIVER FLOWS ON 9-27952
097 81824/NA 2529 TAKE ME LORD 31039
098 81825/NA 2530 IS HE SATISFIED? 9-46390
099 81826/NA 2531 I THANK THE LORD 9-28758
March 1952 Decca Recording Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City – Rex Allen
100 82442 RACK UP THE BALLS, BOYS 9-28146
11 July 1952 Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen & Nashville Dixieland
101 83087/NA 2754 TWO-FACED CLOCK 9-28341
102 83088/NA 2755 JAMBALAYA (ON THE BAYOU) 9-28341
13 July 1952 Castle Studio At The Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
103 83089/NA 2756 NO ONE WILL EVER KNOW 9-28446
104 83090/NA 2757 KNOCKING ON THE DOOR 9-28556
105 83091/NA 2788 HOOTIN' AND HOWLIN' 9-28446
106 83092/NA 2759 WHY, MY DARLING, WHY 9-28556
6 May 1953 Castle Studio At the Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Producer: Paul Cohen)
107 84514/NA 3046 AT YOUR COMMAND unissued
108 84515/NA 3047 YOU STARTED HONKY TONKIN˘ unissued
109 84516/NA 3048 L-O-N-E-S-O-M-E LETTER BLUES 9-29397
5 June 1953 Castle Studio At the Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Producer: Paul Cohen)
110 84670/NA 3053 BRINGING HOME THE BACON 9-29111
111 84671/NA 3054 THE END OF THE WORLD unissued
112 84672/NA 3055 CRYING IN THE CHAPEL 9-28758 dvd 4
20 September 1953 Bradley Studio, 21st Street, Hillsboro Village, Nashville, TN – Rex Allen (Producer: Paul Cohen)
113 85253/NA 9005 TO BE ALONE 9-28897
114 85254/NA 9006 IF GOD CAN FORGIVE YOU, SO CAN I 9-28897
21 September 1953 Castle Studio At the Tulane Hotel, 206 8th Ave. North, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Producer: Paul Cohen)
115 85304/NA 3133 I COULD CRY MY HEART OUT 9-29111
116 85306/NA 3135 SOMEWHERE 9-28998
117 85307/NA 3136 THE MYSTERY OF HIS WAY 9-30833
118 85309/NA 3138 I KNOW REASON WHY 9-30833
119 85310/NA 3139 HE PLAYED THE STEEL GUITAR 9-28998
16 October 1953 poss. Decca Recordig Studio, Pythian Temple, 135 West 70th St., New York City – Rex Allen
120 85390 WHERE DID MY SNOWMAN GO? 9-28933
121 85391 WHY, DADDY 9-28933
April 1954 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen
122 L 7635 CHAPEL OF MEMORIES 9-29168
123 L 7636 IN THE CHAPEL IN THE MOONLIGHT 9-29168
ca. July 1954 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen, + & Tex Williams/*Tex Willians
124 L 7780 THIS OLE HOUSE+ 9-29254
125 L 7782 TWO TEXAS BOYS+ 9-29254
126 L 7783 YOU TOOK MY NAME 9-29297
127 L 7785 TOMORROW’S ANOTHER DAY TO CRY 9-29397
128 L 7786 I‘M LEARNING TO LIVE 9-29297
2 June 1955 Bradley Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
129 88112/NA 9138 THAT'S WHAT MAKES THE JUKE BOX PLA 9-29586
130 88110/NA 9139 SHELTERED IN THE ARMS OF THE OLD RUGGED CROSS 9-31039
4 June 1955 Bradley Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (unknown musicians + Anita Kerr Singers)
131 188108/NA 9140 THE ALBINO STALLION 9-29610
132 88109/NA 9141 PEDRO GONZALES TENNESSEE LOPEZ 9-29586
133 88110/NA 9142 BY DEGREES unissued
134 88111/NA 9143 YOU˘RE FREE TO GO unissued
ca. July 1955 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen
135 L 8517 DADDY, YOU KNOW WHAT 9-29610
October 1955 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen (Victor Young Strings)
136 L 8767 THE LAST ROUNDUP 9-29729/DL-8402
137 L 8768 I’M A YOUNG COWBOY 9-29729/DL-8402
December 1955 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen
138 L 8853 SKY BOSS 9-29871/DL-8402
139 L 8854 THE LAST FRONTIER 9-29871/DL-8402
ca. July 1956 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen (Victor Young & His Singing Strings)
140 L 9236 THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE 9-30066/DL-8402
141 NOTHIN' TO DO 9-30066/DL-8402
142 ROCKY MOUNTAIN LULLABY DL-8402
143 OLE FAITHFUL DL-8402
144 TWILIGHT ON THE TRAIL DL-8402
145 THE RAILROAD CORRAL DL-8402
146 AT THE RAINBOW'S END DL-8402
147 TOO LEE ROLL UM DL-8402
ca. October 1956 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen (orchestra conducted by Jack Pleis + The Mellomen)
148 L-9630 WESTWARD HO THE WAGONS! 9-30205 ED-2448
149 LITTLE WHITE HORSE 9-30204
150 DRANGO 9-30204
151 WRINGLE WRANGLE 9-30205 ED-2448
152 BALLAD OF JOHN COLTER ED-2448
153 I˘M LONELY, MY DARLIN˘ ED-2448
4 November 1956 Music City Recordings, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
154 101085/NA 9535 BLUE DREAM 9-30511
14 April 1957 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
155 102334/NA 9785 MONEY, MARBLES AND CHALK 9-30364/DL-4549 [va]
156 102335/NA 9786 ALL CRIED OUT unissued
157 102336/NA 9787 OLD AS THE HILLS unissued
158 102337/NA 9788 THE BLUE LIGHT WALTZ 9-30511
May 1957 Decca Recording Studio, 5505 Melrose Ave., Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen
159 L 10175 FLOWER OF SAN ANTONE 9-30364
21 February 1958 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Hank Garland [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Owen Bradley)
160 104614/NA 10144 HOOSEN JOHNNY DL-8776
161 104615/NA 10145 SLEEP LITTLE MOSES DL-8776
162 104616/NA 10146 CURTAINS OF NIGHT DL-8776
162 104617/NA 10147 THE COWBOY'S DREAM DL-8776
164 104618/NA 10148 LONESOME VALLEY DL-8776
165 104619/NA 10149 FEELING BAD DL-8776
22 February 1958 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Hank Garland [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Owen Bradley)
166 104620/NA 10150 CINDY DL-8776
167 104621/NA 10151 ON TOP OF OLD SMOKEY DL-8776
168 104622/NA 10152 OLD JOE CLARK DL-8776
169 104623/NA 10153 ALLA EN EL RANCHO GRANDE DL-8776
23 February 1958 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Hank Garland [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Owen Bradley)
170 104624/NA 10154 KNOCK, KNOCK, RATTLE 9-30651
171 104625/NA 10155 A WOMAN (CAN CHANGE A MAN) 32072
172 104626/NA 10156 THE WALTZ THAT NEVER ENDS 32072
173 104627/NA 10157 SCARLET WOMAN unissued
174 104628/NA 10158 INVITATION TO THE BLUES 9-30651
24 February 1958 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen (Hank Garland [gt] + unknown musicians. Producer: Owen Bradley)
175 104663/NA 10159 SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE DL-8776 DL-4172 [va]
176 104664/NA 10160 SOFTLY AND TENDERLY DL-8776
177 104665/NA 10161 RARIN' TO GO DL-8776
178 104666/NA 10162 PRAYER OF THE FRONTIER DOCTOR DL-8776
btw.1959-1960 poss. Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen
179 SAY ONE FOR ME Vista F-341/BV-1302 BV-3307
180 LAZY RIVER Vista F-341/ BV-3307
181 I COULDN'T CARE LESS Vista F-342/ BV-3307
182 RETTY IRISH GIRL Vista F-342/ BV-3307
183 THE LITTLE OLD CHURCH IN THE VALLEY Vista F-347/ BV-3307
184 MORGEN ONE MORE SUNRISE Vista F-347/ BV-3307
185 SWAMP FOX Disneyland F-125/Vista BV-3307
186 BRONCO BOOGIE –instr.- Disneyland F-125 Vista BV-EP-3302
187 FOREVER AND EVER Vista F-351/ BV-3307
188 STAYING YOUNG Vista F-351/ BV-3307
189 BAREFOOT COUNTRY BOY Vista F-355
190 CONVERSATION WITH THE MULE Vista F-355
191 I'M THE MAN Vista F-358/ BV-3307
192 THE LILACS GROW HIGH Vista F-358
193 CHARRO BRAVO Vista F-363
194 I LOVE YOU SO MUCH IT HURTS Vista F-363/ BV-3307
195 DOODLE ANN Vista F-370
196 PRETTY IRISH GIRL Vista F-370
197 NO ONE TO CRY TO Vista BV-EP-3302
198 GOTTA TRAVEL ON Vista BV-EP-3302/ BV-3307
199 I CAN˘T STOP LOVING YOU Vista BV-3307
200 STREETS OF LAREDO Vista BV-EP-3302/ BV-3307
201 LILIES GROW HIGH Vista BV-3307
202 WHO SHOT THE HOLE IN MY SOMBRERO Vista BV-3307
May 1961 Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashvile 3, TN – Rex Allen
203 YW-20389/PS-605 HEARTACHES OF A FOOL 71844
204 YW-20390 MARINES, LET'S GO 71844 DVD 53
205 YW-20391/PB-5095 REFLEX REACTION 60752
206 YW-20392 21 YEARS unissued
btw. 1961/1962 unknown – Rex Allen
207 MY CONFESSION Hacienda WW001/ WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
208 I GOTTA HAVE MY BABY BACK Hacienda WW001/WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
209 LOVE GONE COLD Hacienda WW002/ WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
210 L-O-N-E-S-O-M-E LETTER BLUES Hacienda WW002/WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
211 COLD, COLD WAR Hacienda WW007/ WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
212 YOU PUT ME HERE Hacienda WW007
213 BELL IN THE STEEPLE Hacienda WW011/ WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
214 FAITH OF A CHILD Hacienda WW011/ WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
215 I'LL KEEP ON LOVIN' YOU Hacienda WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
216 DOWN THE WRONG HIGHWAY Hacienda WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
217 SURE AS YOUR NAME'S KATE Hacienda WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
218 SIXTEEN HUNDRED MILES Hacienda WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
219 YOU DON'T CARE WHAT HAPPENS TO ME Hacienda WWLP-101 Longhorn LJ-1234 Collectables COL-CD-5703
18 April 1962 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashvile 3, TN - Rex Allen
220 YW-24511/PB-7291/PS-3057 DON˘T GO NEAR THE INDIANS 71997/SR 60752 SRW 16324
221 YW-24580/PB-7292 GOODNIGHT MRS. JONES SR-60752
222 YW-24581/PB-7040 TOUCHED SO DEEPLY 71997
April 1962 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashvile 3, TN - Rex Allen
223 YW-24909/PS-3060 THIS WORLD IS NOT MY HOME SR-60719
224 YW-24910/PS-3061 THE OLD RUGGED CROSS SR-60719
225 YW-24911/PS-3062 TAKE ME LORD SR-60719
226 YW-24912/PS-3063 THERE IS POWER IN THE BLOOD SR-60719
227 YW-24913/PS-3064 LEANING ON THE EVERLASTING ARMS SR-60719
228 YW-24914/PS-3065 WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN SR-60719
229 YW-24915/PS-3066 AIN'T GONNA STUDY WAR NO MORE SR-60719
230 YW-24916/PS-3067 WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART SR-60719
231 YW-24917/PS-3068 OLD TIME RELIGION SR-60719
232 YW-24918/PS-3069 RUSTY OLD HALO SR-60719
233 YW-24919/PS-3070 PRECIOUS MEMORIES SR-60719
234 YW-24920/OS-3071 THIS OLE HOUSE SR-60719
September 1962 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
235 YW-22169/PB-5086/PS-1904 EAST BOUND TRAIN SR-60752
236 YW-22170/PB-5087/PS-1905 THE LETTER EDGED IN BLACK SR-60752
237 YW-22171/PB-5088/PS-1906 TONGUE TIED SMITH SR-60752
238 YW-22172/PB-5089/PS-1907 THE LAST LETTER SR-60752
239 YW-22173/PB-5090/PS-1908 TEN YEARS SR-60752
240 YW-22174/PB-5091/PS-1909 ONLY THE HANGMAN (IS WAITING FOR ME) 72071/SR 60752 SRW 16324
241 YW-22175/PB-5092/PS-1910 JOHNNY TRAVERS 72071/SR 60752 SRW 16324
242 YW-22176/PB-5093/PS-1911 MY MOTHER WAS A LADY SR-60752
243 YW-22177/PB-5094/PS-1912 BAREFOOT COUNTRY BOY SR-60752
January 1963 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
244 YW-22693/PS-2420 I'M JUST KILLIN' TIME 72205
245 YW-22694/PS-2421 ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVE 72095
246 YW-22695/PS-2422 HEY LONESOME unissued
247 YW-22696/PS-2423 OCHIN˘ AND ACHIN˘ 72095
May 1963 Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
248 YW-27130/PB-9509 SILVER SPOON LONELY ME 72137
249 YW-27131/PB-9510 TEAR AFTER TEAR 72205
250 YW-27132/PB-9511 TO-RA 72137
Unknown date, possibly 1963 unknown – Rex Allen
251 MELODIES OF THE PLAINS Design SDLP-612
252 MY DEAR OLD ARIZONA HOME Design SDLP-612
253 I'LL GO RIDIN' DOWN THAT OLD TEXAS TRAIL Design SDLP-612
254 I WON'T NEED MY SIX GUN IN HEAVEN Design SDLP-612
255 THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME Design SDLP-612
256 DREAMING OF THE WESTERN PLAINS Design SDLP-612
257 COWPUNCHER'S BLUES Design SDLP-612
258 COWBOY'S HEAVEN Design SDLP-612
259 COWBOY'S STORY Design SDLP-612
260 STRAWBERRY ROAN Design SDLP-612
261 LITTLE PUNCHER Design SDLP-612
262 MY CROSS EYED GAL Hilltop JS-6009
263 TONIGHT ON THE RANGE Hilltop JS-6009
264 SING ME A SONG OF THE SADDLE Hilltop JS-6009
265 RIDING ALL DAY Hilltop JS-6009
266 DREAMY MONTANA MOON Hilltop JS-6009
267 THERE'S A EMPTY COT IN THE BUNKHOUSE TONIGHT Hilltop JS-6009
268 BURY ME NOT ON THE PRAIRIE Hilltop JS-6009
269 TIMBER WINDS Hilltop JS-6009
270 RIDING THE SUNSET TRAIL Hilltop JS-6009
271 OLD BUCKAROO Hilltop JS-6009
272 OUT WHERE THE WEST WIND BLOWS Hilltop JS-6009
273 TEXAS PLAINS Hilltop JS-6009
ca. October 1965 poss. Columbia Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue, Nashville 3, TN – Rex Allen
274 TAKE IT BACK AND CHANGE IT FOR A DAY Musicor MU-1132
275 RODEO TWIST Musicor MU-1132
December 1966 poss. Hollywood, CA – Rex Allen (Producer: Joe Allison)
276 J 15486 CHANGE ME 5891
277 J 15487 unknown title
278 J 15488 unknown title
279 J 15489 JAWBREAKER 5891
27 March 1968 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
280 120151/NA 15091 BECAUSE YOU LOVE ME DL-75011
281 120152/NA 15092 JOSE VILLA LOBO AFREDO THOMASO VINCENTE LOPEZ 32322/DL-75011
282 120153/NA 15093 TINY BUBBLES 32322/DL-75011
283 120154/NA 15094 SKIP A ROPE DL-75011
28 March 1968 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
284 120138/NA 15095 HERE COMES MY BABY DL-75011
285 120139/NA 15096 YOU'VE STILL GOT A PLACE IN MY HEART DL-75011
286 120140/NA 15097 MY OWN PECULIAR WAY DL-75011
287 120141/NA 15098 LITTLE GREEN APPLES DL-75011
29 March 1968 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
288 120155/NA 15099 HONEY DL-75011
289 120156/NA 15100 AM I THAT EASY TO FORGET DL-75011
290 120157/NA 15101 ALL THE TIME DL-75011
291 120158/NA 15102 TRUE TO YOU unissued
17 September 1968 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
292 120812/NA 15277 WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD 32401
293 120813/NA 15278 BUMMIN' AROUND 32401
294 120814/NA 15279 IT HAPPENS OVER AND OVER AGAIN 32467
295 120815/NA 15280 SAIN FINIS 32467
8 August 1969 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
296 121937/NA 15698 AIN'T THAT BEAUTIFUL SINGING 32612
297 121938/NA 15699 KEEP ME IN MIND unissued
298 121939/NA 15700 A VOICE 32612
6 March 1970 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
299 122530/NA 15930 THE TOUCH OF GOD'S HAND DL-75202 CB-20005
300 122531/NA 15931 THIS WORLD IS NOT MY HOME DL-75202 CB-20005
301 122532/NA 15932 PRECIOUS MEMORIES DL-75202 CB-20005
10 March 1970 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
302 122541/NA 15938 WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART DL-75202 CB-20005
303 122542/NA 15939 SUPPER TIME DL-75202 CB-20005
304 122543/NA 15940 LESS OF ME DL-75202 CB-20005
305 122544/NA 15941 HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS DL-75202 CB-20005
11 March 1970 Bradley’s Barn, Bender’s Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, TN – Rex Allen
306 122550/NA 15945 WASTED YEARS DL-75202
307 122551/NA 15946 GOD WALKS THESE HILLS WITH ME DL-75202
308 122552/NA 15947 DADDY SANG BASS DL-75202
309 122553/NA 15948 JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE DL-75202
29 March 1972 Jack Clement Recording Studio, 3100 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN – Rex Allen
310 LITTLE JOE, THE WRANGLER JMI 4003
311 BRAGGIN' DRUNK FROM WILCOX JMI 4003
312 TYIN' KNOTS IN THE DEVIL'S TAIL JMI 4003
313 DROOP EARS JMI 4003
314 WHEN THE WORK'S ALL DONE THIS FALL JMI 4003
315 TODAY I STARTED LOVING YOU AGAIN JMI-16
30 March 1972 Jack Clement Recording Studio, 3100 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN – Rex Allen
316 THE FIREMAN COWBOY JMI 4003
317 FIDDLE MEDLEY JMI 4003
318 WINDY BILL JMI 4003
31 March 1972 Jack Clement Recording Studio, 3100 Belmont Blvd., Nashville, TN – Rex Allen
319 MOONSHINE STEER JMI 4003
320 STREETS OF LAREDO JMI 4003
321 JUST CALL ME LONESOME unissued
322 REFLEX REACTION JMI-16
323 GONE GIRL unissued
324 CATFISH JOHN unissued
325 YOU NEVER DID GIVE UP ON ME unissued
ca. Spring 1979 unknown – Rex Allen
326 UNITED J 1436
327 AMERICA THE BEAUTIFUL J 1436
ca. May 1979 unknown – Rex Allen (Producer: Larry Gordon)
328 MC-8789 SO LONG, DUKE MCA-41071
329 AT THE RAINBOW'S END MCA-41071
Rex Allen recorded after 1979 - see albums list

ALBUMS
Decca DL 8402 Under Western Skies: The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine; Nothin' To Do; The Last Round-Up; The Last Frontier; Rocky Mountain Lullaby; Ole Faithful; Twilight On The Trail; The Railroad Corral; I'm A Young Cowboy; At The Rainbow's End; Sky Boss; Too Lee Roll Um – 56 w. Victor Young O. & Singing Strings (reissued in 1969 on Vocalion VL-73885e Golden Songs Of Golden West with 2 songs omited and in 2009 on Jasmine JASMCD-3591 Cowboy Under The Western Sky)
Decca DL 8776 Mister Cowboy: Cindy; Sweet Betsy From Pike; Sleep Little Moses; The Cowboy's Dream; Alla En El Rancho Grande; Softly And Tenderly; Lonesome Valley; Hoosen Johnny; Curtains Of Night; Rarin' To Go; Old Joe Clark; On Top Of Old Smokey; Feeling Bad; Prayer Of The Frontier Doctor – 07-58 (MX-MG-6436/7. Reissued on Jasmine JASMCD-3591 Cowboy Under The Western Sky in 2009)
Buena-Vista BV-1302 Say One For Me: Say one for me; The girl most likely to succeed; The secret of Christmas; The night rock 'n' roll died; I couldn't care less; Hello doll, you can't love them all; Chico's choo-choo - 61 Rex Allen, Roberta Shore, and Tony Paris (James Van Husen and Sammy Cahn's Complete Score from the 20th Century Fox musical starring Bing Crosby, Debbie Reynolds and Robert Wagner)
Buena-Vista BV-3307 Rex Allen Sings 16 Favorite Songs: Lazy River; Little Old Church In The Valley; I Love You So Much It Hurts; Streets Of Laredo; Gotta Travel On; I Can't Stop Loving You; Swamp Fox; Lilies Grow High; Forever And Ever; Morgen; Say One For Me; Pretty Irish Girl; Who Shot The Hole In My Sombrero; I'm The Man; I Couldn't Care Less; Staying Young - 61 (reissued in 1998 on Disneyland 60409 The Archive Collection: 16 Golden Hits)
Hacienda WWLP-101 Rex Allen Sings: Lonesome Letter Blues; Bell In The Steeple; I'll Keep On Lovin' You; Down The Wrong Highway; Gotta Have My Baby Back; Love Gone Cold; Sure As Your Name's Kate; Sixteen Hundred Miles; Faith Of A Child; Cold, Cold War; You Don't Care What Happens To Me; My Confession - (reissued on Longhorn LJ-1234 Love Gone Cold in 1972, Collectables COL-5703 Lonesome Letter Blues in 1995)
Mercury MG-20719/SR-60719 Faith Of A Man: The Old Rugged Cross; Take Me Lord; This World Is Not My Home; There Is Power In The Blood; Ain't Gonna Study War No More; When God Dips His Love In My Heart; Will The Circle Be Unbroken; Leaning On The Everlasting Arms; Old Time Religion; This Ole House; Rusty Old Halo; Precious Memories – 07-62
Mercury MG-20752/SR-60752 Rex Allen Sings And Tells Tales: Don't Go Near The Indians; Johnny Travers; Tounge Tied Smith; Only The Hangman (Is Waiting For Me); East Bound Train; My Mother Was A Lady; Barefoot Country Boy; Last Letter; Ten Years; Goodnight Mrs. Jones; Letter Edged In Black; Reflex Reaction – 12-62 (reissued on Wing SRW-16324 with 2 songs omited)
Design DLP/SDLP-612 Rex Allen Sings Melodies Of The Plains: Melodies Of The Plains; My Dear Old Arizona Home; I'll Go Ridin' Down That Old Texas Trail; I Won't Need My Six Gun In Heaven; Girl I Left Behind Me; Dreaming Of The Western Plains; Cowpuncher's Blues; Cowboy's Heaven; Cowboy's Story; Strawberry Roan; Little Puncher - 63
Hilltop JM/JS--6009 Rex Allen Sings Western Ballads: My Cross Eyed Gal; Tonight On The Range; Sing Me A Song Of The Saddle; Riding All Day; Dreamy Montana Moon; There's A Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight; Bury Me Not On The Prairie; Timber Winds; Riding The Sunset Trail; Old Buckaroo; Out Where The West Wind Blows; Texas Plains – 65
Decca DL-5011/DL-75011 The Smooth Country Sound Of Rex Allen: Jose Villa Lobo Alfredo Thomaso Vincente Lopez; Honey; Tiny Bubbles; Here Comes My Baby; All The Time; Little Green Apples; Skip A Rope; Because You Love Me; My Own Peculiar Way; You've Still Got A Place In My Heart; Am I That Easy To Forget – 06-68 (MX-7-11518/9)
Decca DL-75205 The Touch Of God's Hand: The Touch Of God's Hand; Precious Memories; He's Got The Whole World In His Hands; God Walks These Hills With Me; Daddy Sang Bass; Less Of Me; Wasted Years; This World Is Not My Home; When God Dips His Love In My Heart; Just A Closer Walk With Thee; Supper Time – 06-70 (reissued in 1973 on Coral CB-20005 with one song ommited)
Disneyland 1337 Favorite Songs: (tracks unknown) - 70
Disneyland DDF-2 Incredible Journey/Dog Songs: (The Story of an Incredible Journey Narrated by Rex Allen, side 2 Dog songs) - 72
JMI-4003 Boney Kneed Hairy Legged Cowboy Song: Little Joe The Wrangler; Moonshine Steer; The Fireman Cowboy; Braggin' Drunk From Wilcox; Fiddle Medley; Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail; Droop Ears; Windy Bill; When The Work's All Done This Fall; Streets Of Laredo – 72
Bear Family [GER] BFX-15024 Voice Of The West: (complete JMI) - 78
Bear Family [GER] BDP-15192 Hawaiian Cowboy: Hawaiian Cowboy; Texas Tornado; Queen Of The Rodeo; Teardrops In My Heart; Loaded Pistol; Arizona Waltz; Who Shot That Hole In My Sombrero; Wind Is A Woman; Cowpoke; Cattle Call; Chime Bells; Tennessee Tears; Song Of The Hills; Slap Her Down Again Paw; Miranda Doakes; Lord Protect My Darlin' - 86 (picture disc)
Simitar 5567-2 Rex Allen: My Dear Old Arizona Home; Tonight On The Range; Sing Me A Song Of The Saddle; Riding All Day; Dreamy Montana Moon; There's An Empty Cot In The Bunkhouse Tonight; Bury Me Not On The Prairie; Timber Winds; Riding The Sunset Trail; Old Buckaroo; Out Where The West Wind Blows ; Texas Plains – 24-02-98 (sampler, songs from SDLP-612 & JS-6009)
Cowgirlboy [GER] LP-5056 Yodelin' Crazy: Yodelin' Crazy; My Old Adobe Shack; Queen Of The Rodeo; Strawberry Roan; What'cha Gonna Do; Timber Winds; Mellow Mountain Moon; Cowpuncher's Blues; Happy Yodelin' Man; Girl I Left Behind Me; Home On The Range; Dreaming Of The Western Plains; When The Tumbling Weeds Come Tumbling Down Again;Cowboy's Story; Ridin' The Range On My Pinto; I'll Go Ridin' Down That Texas Trail – 91 (Recorded 1946, radio transcriptions)
Cowgirlboy [GER] LP-5078 Ridin' Down the Canyon: Ridin' Down The Canyon; Range In The Sky; Melody Of The Plains; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; Lonely World; When The Roses Bloom Again; Wastin' Time; Tears On My Old Guitar; Little Ranch House On The Old Circle B; Going Back To My Texas Home; Life Of A Cowboy; Bad Brahma Bull; Pardners Of The Saddle;Human Coyote Stole My Girl; I've Got No Use For The Women; Little Girl Dressed In Blue – 92 (Recorded 1946, radio transcriptions)
Warner Western 9 45935-2 The Singing Cowboys: Can You Hear Those Pioneers (Rex Allen Jr.); Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail (Rex Allen); Yippi Cry Yi (Rex Allen Jr.); Ride Cowboy Ride (Rex Allen Jr.); Tumbling Tumbleweeds/Cool Water (Rex Allen Jr.); Little Joe The Wrangler (Rex Allen); Texas Plains (Rex Allen Jr.); When The Work's All Done This Fall (Rex Allen); Arizona (Rex Allen Jr.) - 95 (released on Warner Western)
Garrett Deutz GME-1010 A Pair To draw To:It's My Lazy Day; This Ain't The Same Old Range; Cowpoke; Sunset Trail; Blue Canadian Rockies; There's A Bridle Hanging On The Wall; Doggone Cowboy; Summer Nights Rain; There's Nobody Home On The Range Anymore; Old Home Town; Empty Saddles – 20.11-99 w.Don Edwards (recorded 1999)
Bloodshot BS-CD-801The Last Of Great Singing Cowboys: Arkansas Traveler; Out Where The West Wind Blow; Way Out West Is Calling; Girl I Left Behind Me; Headin' For The Open Range; Mexicali Rose; Riding Down To Mexico; My Dear Old Arizona Home; I'll Never Change; Cowboy's Story; Gonna Marry Me A Cowboy; Raggin' On; Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail; Bad Brahma Bul; Little Puncher; Dreamy Montana Moo; Rocky Mountain Home; Dude Ranch Polka; Human Coyote Stole My Girl; Memories Of The Range; Riding On Across The Prairie; I Won't Need My Six Gun In Heaven – 23-03-99 (Recorded 1946-49, Chicago Country Radio Show)
Jasmine [UK] JASMCD-3506 Riding All Day/The Life Of A Cowboy: Partners Of The Saddle; She Buckaroo; Headin' For The Open Range; My Miss By The Swiss Chalet; My Cross Eyed Girl; Riding All Day; I Want To Be A Cowboy's Dream Girl; Mountain Home; Girl I Left Behind Me; Home On The Range; Covered Wagon; Chiquita; Life Of A Cowboy; Going Back To My Texas Home; Bad Brahma Bull; Night Time In The West; Hold On Little Doggie; Ridin' Down The Canyon; When The Campfire Is Low On The Prairie; Yodelin' Crazy; Cielito Lindo; Strawberry Roan; Memories Of The Range; Dreaming Of The Western Plains; Little Girl Dressed In Blue; My Old Adobe Shack – 11-07-00 (Recorded late 40s)
Garrett Deutz GME-1014 The Arizona Cowboy: Arizona Cowboy; Little Joy The Wrangler; Windy Bill; Street Of Laredo; Moonshine Steer; Just Call Me Lonesome; Droop Ears; Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail; Catfish John; Reflex Reaction; When The Work's All Done This Fall; Fireman Cowboy; Fiddle Medley; Broggin' Drunk From Wilcox - 01 (radio transcriptions)
BACM [UK] CD D 013 The Arizona Cowboy: Feudin & Fightin’; Take It Back And Change It For A Boy; I Ain’t Gonna Cry No More; You Drifted; Ten More Miles To Go ; Sentimental Fool; Mister & Mississippi ; Albuquerque Polka; Naggin’; Too Lee Rollum (I’m An Arizona Cowboy); Honolulu Boogie; Little Brown Shoes; Blues In My Mind; Yodelin’ Crazy; Don’t Cha; Hot Time In New Orleans Tonight; Over Three Hills; I’m So Alone With The Crowd; A Petal From A Faded Rose; I Gotta Have My Baby Back - ca 04
BACM [UK] CD D 051 Song Of The Hills: Hootin’ And Howlin’; Afraid; As Long As The River Flows On; Cottage In The Clouds'; Jambalaya; Song Of The Hills; No One Will Ever Know; Miranda Doaks; Ragtime Melody; Tennessee Tears; Who Shot The Hole In My Sombrero; Chime Bells; Broken Down Merry Go Round; Loaded Pistol; Always You; Till The Well Goes Dry; Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Tucky Home; Two Faced Clock; Waltz Of The Roses; Rack Up The Balls Boy; Further Along; Tag Along - ca 05
BACM [UK] CD D 083 The Voice Of The West: Little Old Sod Shanty; Lonely World; Tears On My Old Guitar; Wastin’ Time; When It’s Prayer Meeting Time; When The Bloom Is On The Sage; When The Roses Bloom Again; Rock Me To Sleep In My Rocky Mnt Home; Way Out West In Texas; My Music Mountain Home; Little Ranch House On The Old Circle B; I Left My Heart In Texas; Red River Valley; Me And My Burro; The Range In The Sky; Melody Of The Plains; Cowboy’s Heaven; Buffalo Gals; Ridin’ Towards The Red Setting Sun; Dreaming Of My Texas Home; Pop Goes The Weasel (Instr.); Cowboy’s Lullaby; Low Rollin’ Hills; Covered Wagon Trail; Happy Yodeling Man; Mellow Mountain Moon - ca 05
BACM [UK] CD D 217 Sky Boss: Wringle Wrangle; The Ballad Of John Colter; I'm Lonely My Darlin' (Green Grow The Lilacs); Westward Ho The Wagons; Drango; Little White Horse; Blue Dream; Blue Light Waltz; The Last Frontier; Sky Boss; In The Chapel In The Moonlight; Chapel Of Memories; Hawaiian Cowboy; Put Your Arms Around Me; Softly And Tenderly; Flower Of San Antone; Money Marbles And Chalk; Tomorrow Is Another Day To Cry; Bringing Home The Bacon; True Blue Lue Lu Lu; The Last Carouse; Lonely Little Robin; The Roving Kind; Crying In The Chapel - ca 08

Thanks to Mario Manciotti



SINGLES
Mercury (1945-51)
2032 Curtains Of Sorrow / Whatcha Gonna Do – 02-46
2044 Don't You Turn Your Back On Me / I'm So Alone In The Crowd – ca. 03-46
6008 Atomic Power / You Started Honky Tonkin' – 05-46 w. Prairie Ramblers
6015 Texas Tornado / Don't Turn Your Back – 09-46
6017 Look At Me Now / Driftwood On The River – 10-46
6021 After Your Sunshine Turns To Rain / Queen Of The Rodeo (w. Prairie Ramblers) – 01-47
6034 Foggy River / A Broken Promise Means Broken Heart – 03-47
6036 Curtains Of Sorrow / Whatcha Gonna Do – 05-47 (reissued of 2032)
6049 Feudin' And Fightin' / (Can't You) Take It Back And Change It For A Boy - 09-47
6060 Lord Protect My Darlin' / The Border Serenade – 01-48
6061 I Went Out And Got A Bucket For My Tears / Queen Of The Rodeo - 01-48
6063 Helena Polka / Clarinet Polka – 01-48 w. Polka Chips
6064 Barbara Polka / Laughing Polka – 01-48 w. Polka Chips
6078 Loaded Pistol / That Little Boy Of Mine - 03-48
6091 Hawaiian Cowboy / Take It Back And Change It For A Boy - 04-48
6095 Teardrops In My Heart / Slap Her Down - 05-48
6122 Chimebells / Miranda Doakes - 08-48
6136 The Empty Christmas Stockings / Tears On My Old Guitar - 11-48
6140 Happy Mary Polka / Who Shot The Hole In My Sombrero - 12-48
6171 Song Of The Hills / Tennessee Tears - 02-49
6192 Afraid / Cottage In Clouds - 04-49
6203 Arizona Waltz / Tell Me Little Darlin' - 06-49
6214 Over Three Hills / I'm So Alone In The Crowd - 08-49
6221 Little Brown Shoes / Blues In My Mind -10-49
6228 A Petal From A Faded Rose / I Gotta Have My Baby Back – ca. 18-12-49
6231-X45 Tag Along / Broken Down Merry-Go-Round - 01-50 w. Patti Page
6252-X45 Dixie Boogie / Put Your Arms Around Me - 03-50
6258-X45 Farther Along / Softly And Tenderly - 04-50
6269-X45 Don't Cha / Yodelin' Crazy - 06-50
6271-X45 Afraid / Foggy River - 08-50
6278-X45 Driftwood On The River / That Little Boy Of Mine - 09-50
6285-X45 There's Only One Kind Of Red, White And Blue / Teardrops In My Heart - 10-50
6286-X45 Honolulu Boogie / Too Lee Roll Up - 10-50
6297-X45 You Drifted Away / I Ain't Gonna Cry No More - 12-50
5573-X45 The Roving Kind / The Wreck Of The John B. – 01-51
5592-X45 Tag Along / Softly And Tenderly – 02-51 w. Patti Page (both remakes)
5597-X45 Sparrow In The Tree Top / Always You - 02-51
5619-X45 Ten More Miles To Go / Sentimental Fool - 04-51
5647-X45 Lonely Little Robin / Mister And Miss - 05-51
5686-X45 Hot Time In New Orleans Tonight / The Last Carousel - 06-51
6349-X45 Naggin' / Albuquerque Polka - 07-51
5713-X45 Angel To Joe / Cowpoke - 09-51
70373-X45 Save A Little Corner In Your Heart For Me / True Blue Lou-Lou-Lou - 06-54
70673-X45 Helena Polka / Clarinet Polka – 07-55 w.Polka Chips (reissue of 6063)
(EPs)
EP 1-3111 Cattle Call / I Ain't Gonna Cry No More / Sentimental Fool / Just Walking Out The Door - 55
EP 1-3113 Ten More Miles To Go / Hot Time In New Orleans Tonight / Afraid / Light In The Window – 55
EP 1-3114 The Broken Down Merry-Go-Round / Tag Along / Softly And Tenderly / Farther Along – 55 w. Patti Page
EP 1-3193 The Wreck of The John B. / The Roving Kid / Sparrow In The Tree Top - 56
EP 1-3198 You Drifted / Always You / Cowpoke / + 1 - 56
EP 1-3209 Don't Turn Your Back On Me / I Gotta Have My Baby Back / + 2 - 56
EP 1-3230 Clarinet Polka / Helena Polka / Barbara Polka / Laughing Polka - w. Plka Chips
EP 1-3260 Naggin' / Foggy River / A Broken Promise Means A Broken Heart / (Can't You) Take It Back And Change It For A Boy
Decca (1951-59)
9-27876 Tuck Me To Sleep In My Old Tucky Home / Ragtime Melody - 11-51
9-27952 Waltz Of Roses / As Long As The River Flows On - 01-52
9-46390 Is He Satisfied? / I've Got So Million Years - 01-52
9-28146 Till The Well Runs Dry / Rack Up The Balls, Boys - 05-52
9-28341 Jambalaya (On The Bayou) / Two-Faced Clock - 08-52
9-28446 Hootin' And Howlin' / No One Will Ever Know - 10-52
9-28556 Knockin' On The Door / Why, My Darling, Why - 01-53
9-28758 Crying In The Chapel / I Thank You Lord - 06-53
9-28897 To Be Alone / If God Can Forgive You, So Can I - 10-53
9-28933 Where Did My Snowman Go? / Why, Daddy? - 11-53
9-28998 Somewhere / He Played The Steel Guitar - 02-54
9-29111 Bringing Home The Bacon / I Could Cry My Heart Out - 04-54
9-29168 In The Chapel In The Moonlight / Chapel Of Memories - 06-54
9-29254 This Ole House / Two Texas Boys (w. Tex Williams) - 08-54
9-29297 You Took My Name / I'm Learning To Live Without You - 10-54
9-29397 Tomorrow's Another Day To Cry / L-O-N-E-S-O-M-E Letter Blues - 12-54
9-29586 That's What Makes The Jukebox Play / Pedro Gonzales Tennessee Lopez - 07-55
9-29610 Daddy, You Know What / The Albino Stallion - 08-55
9-29729 The Last Round-Up / I'm A Young Cowboy - 11-55
9-29871 The Last Frontier / Sky Boss - 03-56
9-30066 Trail Of The Lonesome Pine / Nothin' To Do - 09-56
9-30204 Little White Horse / Drango - 01-57
9-30205 Wringle Wrangle / Westward Ho The Wagons! - 01-57
9-30364 Money, Marbles And Chalk / Flowers Of San Antone - 06-57
9-30511 The Blue Night Waltz / Blue Dream - 11-57
9-30651 Knock, Knock, Rattle / Invitation To The Blues - 05-58
9-30833 I Know The Reason Why / The Mistery Of His Way - 02-59
9-31039 Take Me Lord / Sheltered In The Arms Of Old Rugged Cross - 01-60
(EPs)
ED 2448 Westward Ho The Wagons! / Wringle, Wrangle / Ballad Of John Colter / I'm Lonely, My Darlin' – 16-04-57
Vista (1959-60)
F 341 Say One For Me / Lazy River - 59
F 342 I Couldn't Care Less / Pretty Irish Girl - 59
F 347 The Little Old Church In The Valley / Morgen One More Sunrise- 59
F-125 Swamp Fox / Bronco Boogie [instr.] – 10-59 (released on Disneyland)
F 351 Forever And Ever / Staying Young - 59
F 355 Barefoot Country Boy / Conversation With The Mule - 60
F 358 I'm The Man / The Lilacs Grow High - 60
F 363 Charro Bravo / I Love You So Much It Hurts - 60
F 370 Doodle Ann / Pretty Irish Girl - 60
(EPs)
BV-EP-3302 "Rex Allen Sings" > No One To Cry To / Cotta Travel On / Streets
Of Laredo / Bronco Boogie – ca. 61
Mercury (1961)
71844 Marines, Let's Go / Heartaches Of A Fool - 07-61
Hacienda (1961-62)
WWA001 My Confession / I Gotta Have My Baby Back -61
WWA002 Love Gone Cold / L-O-N-E-S-O-M-E Letter Blues - 61
WWA007 Cold, Cold War / You Put Me Here - 61
WWA011 Bell In The Steeple / Faith Of A Child - 62
Mercury (1962-63)
71997 Don't Go Near The Indians / Touched So Deeply - 09-62
72071 Only The Hangman / Johnny Travers - 12-62
72095 Ochin' And Achin' / Roll Up Your Sleeves - 03-63
72137 Ta-Ra / Silver Spoon Lonely Me - 07-63
72205 I'm Just Killin' Time / Tear After Time - 12-63
independent recordings (?) (ca 1963-4)
G-20 Dreamy Montana Moon / Sing Me A Song Of The Saddle - 65 (released on Hilltop)
Musicor (1965)
MU 1132 Take It Back And Change It For A Day / Rodeo Twist - 12-65
Warner Brothers (1966)
5891 Change Me / Jawbreaker - 01-67
Decca (1966-69)
32072 A Woman (Can Change A Man) / The Waltz That Never Ends – 12-66
32322 Jose Villa Lobo Afredo Thomaso Vincente Lopez / Tiny Bubbles - 05-68
32401 Bummin' Around / When I Leave This World - 10-68
32467 Sain Finis / It Happens Over And Over Again - 03-69
32612 The Voice / Ain't That Beautiful Singing - 01-70
JMI (1972)
JMI-16 Today I Started Loving You Again / Reflex Reaction - 12-72
Jamie (1979)
J 1436 United / America The Beautiful - 79
MCA (1979)
MCA-41071 So Long, Duke / At The Rainbow's End - 07-79

 

 

 

 

 

 

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