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RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS

(an incomplete list)

April 06, 2016 09:38:14 AM

 

    In response to a demand for the song listings on the various electrical or radio transcriptions, we will share what we have. Because we do not own all these recordings, we depend on the lists of those who have. Some of the lists are quite detailed. Sincere thanks to Wallace Smith, Jimmy Willhelm, Michelle Sundin, Lawrence Hopper, Laurence Zwisohn and J. David Goldin.

 

Standard (1934-6)

Sunshine Ranch (1938 or 1939)

Orthacoustic (1940-41)

NBC Thesaurus

10-2-4 Ranch / Time (1941-45)

Radio Rodeo

AFRS

Command Performance

Melody Roundup (1942-45)

Teleways Radio Transcriptions (1947-48)

Rex Allen Show (1950)

Lucky U (1951-53)

Lucky U Ranch TV (1952-3)

Smokey the Bear (1955-59)

Guest performances on other programs

 

STANDARD RADIO TRANSCRIPTIONS

 

 

 

More about the Standard Transcriptions.

 

Jerry King started Standard in February 1935 and hoped to have the first 100 units available by April 1, 1935. So that would mean the most likely date is March 1935. (Laurence Zwisohn)

 

The group was Len Slye vocal/guitar, Bob Nolan vocal/string bass, Verne Spencer vocal, Hugh Farr fiddle. In the April - June 1935 session, they had the same group with the addition of Karl Farr on guitar. They recorded again in September of 1935 and January of 1936. They included 28 of Bob Nolan's original songs.

 

This list is Laurence Zwisohn's:

 

 1.  Happy Roving Cowboy (Happy Cowboy) (Bob Nolan) B 1679-A; Side A, Bob lead

 2.  Nellie’s Blue Eyes (My Nellie’s Blue Eyes) (Billy Scanlan) B 1679-A. Side A, Bob lead

 3.  Called Away (unknown) B 1679-A; Side A, Bob lead

 4.  Old MacDonald Had a Farm (traditional) B 1680-A; side B, Len leads

 5.  Peekaboo (Billy Scanlan) B 1680-Side B, Bob leads

 6.  The Heavenly Airplane (Bob Nolan) B 1680; Side B, Bob lead

 7.  Oh Susanna (Stephen Foster) B 1681-A; Side C, Bob lead

 8.  Song of the Prairie (Bob Nolan) B 1681-A; Side C, Spencer lead

 9.  Way Out There (Bob Nolan) B 1681-A; Side C

10. Belle of Baltimore (J. G. Evans) B 1682-A; Side D, Bob lead

11. Moonlight on the Prairie (Nolan/Spencer) B 1682-A; Side D, Spencer lead

12. Walk in Jerusalem (spiritual) B 1682-A; Side D, Bob lead

13. Milenburg Joys B 1683-A; Side E Instrumental featuring Hugh Farr with Len on rhythm guitar

14. Cagen [sic] Stomp (Hugh Farr) B 1683-A; Side E, instrumental featuring Hugh with Len on guitar

15. Fire in the Mountains B 1683-A; Side E, instrumental featuring Hugh

16. Whistlin’ Rufus (Kerry Mills/Murdock Lind) B1683-A; Side E, instrumental featuring Hugh

17. White Mule of Mine (Bob Nolan) B 1684-A; Side F, Bob lead

18. Roundup in the Sky (Bob Nolan) B 1684-A; Side F, Spencer lead

19. Hold Him Down (Hold That Critter Down) (Bob Nolan) B 1684-A; Side F, Bob lead slower

20. Fiddlin’ Around (Hugh Farr) B 1684-A; Side F, instrumental featuring Hugh

21. Cowboy’s Night Herd Song (‘Cactus’ Mack MacPeters) B 1685-A; side G, Len solo

22. Betsy From Pike (Old Put aka John A. Stone) B 1685-A; Side G, Bob lead

23. She Came Rolling Down the Mountain (Arthur Lippman/Harry Richman/Manning Sherwin)B 1685-A; Side G, Bob lead

24. My Daddy (Bob Nolan) B 1690-A; Side H, Bob lead

25. Uncle Ned (Old Uncle Ned) (Stephen Foster) B 1690-A; side H, Bob lead

26. Rolling Stones (unknown) B 1690-A; Side H, Bob lead

27. Blue Ridge Mountain Home (Carson Robison) B 1691-A; Side J, Len lead, trio whistling

28. Grandfather’s Clock (Henry Clay Work) B 1691-A; Side J, Spencer lead

29. Hear Dem Bells (David S. McCosh) B 1691-A; Side J, Bob lead

30. Swiss Yodel (Shaefer Grant) B 1692-A; Side K, Len solo great yodeling

31. Rainbow’s End (Bob Nolan) B 1692-A; Side K, Bob solo.

32. Whoopie-Ty-Yi-Yo (traditional) B 1692-A; Side K, Len lead

33. St. Louis Blues (W. C. Handy) B 1693-A; Side L, instrumental featuring Hugh, Len on rhythm guitar

34. Kilocycle Stomp (Hugh Farr) B 1693-A, Side L, instrumental featuring Hugh

35. Kelly Waltz (Hugh Farr) B 1693-A; Side L, instrumental featuring Hugh

36. Mandy Lee (Thurland Chattaway) B 1694-A; Side M, Spencer lead

37. Kingdom Coming (Henry Clay Work) B 1694-A; Side M, Bob lead

38. Dear Evalina (traditional) B 1694-A; Side M, Len lead

39. Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan) B 1695-A; Side N, Tim lead

40. Sagebrush Sea (Bob Nolan) B 1695-A; Side N, Bob lead

41. Get on the Golden Train (spiritual) B 1695-A; Side N, Bob lead with Tim

42. Rosalee (Jimmy Adams) B 1695-A; Side O, Bob lead

43. Nancy Till (traditional) B 1696-A; Side O, Bob lead

44. Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson) B 1696-A; Side O, Tim lead

45. Hills of Old Montana (Pinky Herman/Bill Barry) B 1728-A; Side P, Len lead

46. Lone Star Trail (traditional) B 1728-A; Side P, Bob, then Len, Tim, etc, alternating leads

47. Little Red Barn (Joe Young/Milton Ager/Jean Schwartz) B 1728-A; Side P, Tim lead

48. Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.) B 1727-A; Side R, Spencer lead

49. Dese Bones Gwine to Rise Again (spiritual) B 1727-A; Side R, Bob lead

50. Fair to Middlin’ (unknown)B 1727-A; Side R, instrumental featuring Hugh

51. Carry Me Back to the Mountain (Carson J. Robison) B 1700-A; Side S, Tim lead

52. Jordan am a Hard Road to Travel (Dan Emmett) B 1700-A; Side S, Bob lead

53. When Roundup Time is Over (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) B 1700-A; Side S, Len lead

54. Prairie Lullaby (Billy Hill) B 1726-A; Side T, Bob lead

55. Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie (Andrew B. Sterling/Harry von Tilzer) B 1726-A; Side T, Bob lead

56. Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn) B 1726-A; Side T, Tim lead, last two verses are Roy.

57. Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) B 1702-A; Side U, Bob lead, then Tim

58. Sidewalk Waltz (Joe Young/J. Fred Coots) B 1702-A; Side U, Tim lead

59. Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) B 1702-A; Side U, Bob lead

60. Hills of Old Kentucky (In the Hills of Old Kentucky) (Chas. Johnson/Jas. Royce Shannon) B 1706-A; Side V

61. Apple Blossom Time in Normandy (Tom Mellor/Harry Gifford/Huntley Trevor) B 1706-A; Side V, Tim lead

62. Cabin in the Lane (Will S. Hays) B 1706-A; Side V, Bob lead

63. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland) B 1707-A; Side W, Spencer lead, Roy/Tim duet, Bob counterpoint.

64. Home in Wyoming (Billy Hill/Peter de Rose) B 1707-A; Side W, Tim lead

65. Open Up Them Pearly Gates (Carson Robison/Vernon Dalhart) B 1707-A; Side W, Bob then Len lead

66. Dem Golden Bells (Dion De Marbelle) B 1708-A; Side X, Bob lead

67. Hadie Brown (Jimmie Rodgers/Elsie McWilliams) B 1708-A; Side X, Len solo plus yodel

68. My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Foster) B 1708-A; Side X, Tim lead

69. Cowboy’s Dance (traditional) B 1709-A; Side Y, Bob lead

70. My Pretty Quadroon (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent/Mary Dodge) B 1709-A; Side Y, Len lead

71. Way Out West in Kansas (Carson J. Robison) B 1709-A; Side Y, Bob lead

72. Giddyap, Napoleon (Benjamin Hapgood Burt) B 1714-A; Side Z, Len lead

73. Abdul Abulbul Amir (Percy French) B 1714-A; Side Z, Bob solo

74. Preacher and the Bear (Joe Arizona) B 1714-A; Side Z, Len solo

75. Threw it Out the Window (traditional) B 1715-A; Side AA, Len lead

76. Rufus Rastus Johnson Brown (Andrew B. Sterling/Harry von Tilzen) B 1715-A; Side AA, Tim lead

77. Casey Jones (Eddie Newton/T. Lawrence Seibert) B 1715-A; Side AA, Len lead

78. Wait For the Wagon (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley) B 1715-A; Side AA, Len lead

79. Oh, Mona (Ted Weems/Country Washburn) B1716-A; Side BB, Len lead

80. Go Long, Mule (Henry Creamer/Robert A. King) B 1716-A; Side BB, Bob lead

81. When the Golden Train Comes Down (Bob Nolan) B 1716-A; Side BB, Len lead

82. Texas Crapshooter B 1716-A; Side BB, instrumental featuring Hugh

83. 11 More Months and 10 More Days (Arthur Fields/Fred Hall) B 1717-A; Side CC, Bob lead

84. Somewhere in Old Wyoming (Charlie Tobias/Peter de Rose) B 1717-A; Side CC, Tim lead

85. Seaside Schottische (unknown) B 1717-A; Side CC, instrumental featuring Hugh

86. Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan) B 1719-A; Side DD, Bob lead

87. The Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk/James Rowe/Emmett S. Dean) B 1719-A; Side DD, Len lead

88. At the End of the Lane (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) B 1719-A; Side DD, Bob lead

89. Ain’t We Crazy (unknown) B 1720-A; Side EE, Len lead

90. Gentle Nettie Moore (Marshall S. Pike/James Pierpont) B 1720-A; Side EE, Bob lead

91. Jim Crack Corn (Dan Emmett) B 1720-A; Side EE, Bob lead

92. Skinner’s Sock (traditional) B 1721-A; Side FF, instrumental featuring Hugh

93. Old Pine Tree (unknown) B 1721-A; Side FF, instrumental featuring Hugh

94. Whing Ding (Hugh Farr) B 1721-A; Side FF, instrumental featuring Hugh

95. Sailor’s Hornpipe (traditional) B 1721-A; Side FF, instrumental featuring Hugh.

96. Alabamy Stomp (unknown) B 1722-A; Side GG, instrumental featuring Hugh

97. Cider Schottische (traditional) B 1722-A; Side GG, instrumental featuring Hugh.

98. Rye Straw (unknown) B 1722-A; Side GG, instrumental featuring Hugh

99. Square Dance (traditional) B 1722-A; Side GG, solo by Len, featuring Hugh

100. Dear Old Girl (Richard H. Buck/Theodore F. Morse) B 1723-A; Side HH, Len lead

101. Carry Me Along (Stephen Foster) B 1723-A; Side HH, Bob lead

102. The Gospel Train (traditional) B 1723-A; side HH, Bob lead

103. Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan) B 1729-A; theme Disc

104. Echoes From the Hills (Bob Nolan) B 2542-A; disc 1, Len lead

105. The Glendy Burke (Stephen Foster) B 2542-A; Disc 1, Bob lead

106. Louisiana Belle (Stephen Foster) B 2542-A; Disc 1, Bob lead

107. Whisp'rin' Wind (Tim Spencer) B 3060-A; Side JJ, Bob lead

108. Sing, Cowboy, Sing (Tim Spencer) B 3060-A; Side JJ, Len lead

109. A Sandman Lullaby (Bob Nolan) B 3060-A; Side JJ, Bob lead

110. Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer/Bob Nolan) B 3061-A; Side KK, Bob lead

111. A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan) B 3061-A; Side KK, Len sings bridge, Bob another, then Len

112. Syncopated Rhythm (Karl Farr) B 3061-A; Side KK, instrumental featuring Karl Farr.

113. Old Oaken Bucket (Samuel Woodworth/George Kiallmark) B 3062-A; Side LL, Bob lead

114. Chant of the Plains (Bob Nolan) B 3062-A: Side LL, Bob lead

115. Bluebird Blues (Hugh Farr) B 3062-A; Side LL, instrumental featuring Hugh.

116. Old Black Joe (Stephen Foster) B 3063-A; Side MM, Len lead

117. I Miss You So, My Darling (Bob Nolan) B 3063-A; Side MM, Bob lead

118. Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan) B 3063-A; Side MM, Bob lead

119. Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker/George Cooper) B 3372-A; Side NN, Tim lead

120. Chuckwagon Blues (Rusty/Wayne/Homer Wood) B 3372-A; Side NN, Bob lead

121. Hand Me Down My Walking Cane (James A. Bland) B 3372-A; Side NN, Len lead

122. In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred) B 3366-A; Side OO, Tim lead

123. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard) B 3366-A; Side OO, Bob lead, Len “Swing low”

124. Prairie Reverie (Karl Farr) B 3366-A; side OO, instrumental featuring Karl

125. My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean (J. T. Wood/H. J. Fulmer) B 3367-A; Side PP, Tim lead

126. That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine (Gene Autry/Jimmy Long) B 3367-A; Side PP, Roy solo/yodel

127. Prairie Whing Ding (Hugh Farr) B 3367-A; Side PP, featuring Hugh, Len calling the square dance.

128. Water of the Blue Juniata (Juniata) (Marion Dix Sullivan) B 3368-A; Side QQ, Bob lead

129. Bonnie Eloise (George W. Elliott/John R. Thomas) B 3368-A; Side QQ, Bob lead

130. Buffalo Gals (Cool White aka John Hodges) B 3368-A; Side QQ, Len lead

131. Gentle Annie (Stephen Foster) B 3373-A; Side RR, Tim lead.

132. When You and I Were Young, Maggie (George W. Johnson/James A. Butterfield) B 3373-A; Side RR, Tim lead.

133. Desert Hokum (Hugh and Karl Farr) B 3373-A; Side RR, instrumental featuring Farrs

134. Dear Old Western Skies (Gene Autry) b 3374-A; Side SS, Len solo/yodel

135. Pass Around the Bottle (George Yellow Hammers/Henry Clay Work) B 3374-A; Side SS, Len, Tim, then Bob in turn.

136. Roving Gambler (traditional) B 3374-A; Side SS, Bob lead.

137. Just Before the Battle, Mother (George Frederick Root) B3375-A; Side TT, Tim lead

138. Long Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly) B 3375-A; Side TT, Tim lead

139. Shamus O’ Brien (traditional) B 3375-A; Side TT, instrumental featuring Hugh.

140. Strawberry Roan (Curley Fletcher/Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) B 3376-A; side UU, Len lead

141. Blue Bonnets (unknown) B 3376-A; Side UU, Bob solo

142. Dem Golden Slippers (James A. Bland) B 3376-A; Side UU, Tim lead.

143. While I Rock Our Babies to Sleep (Jimmie Rodgers) B 3377-A; Side W, Len solo/yodel

144. Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) B 3377-A; Side W, Tim solo

145. ‘A’ Rag (Hugh and Karl Farr) B 3377-A; Side W, instrumental

146. Mellow Alabama Moon (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) B 3388-A; Side WW, Len lead

147. Royal Telephone (F. M. Lehman) B 3388-A; Side WW, Bob lead

148. Hey There (Hugh Farr) B 3388-A; Side WW, instrumental featuring Hugh

149. The Day I Played Baseball (Pat Rooney) B 3389-A; Side XX, Tim solo

150. Stars of the West (Tim Spencer) B 3389-A; Side XX, Len lead

151. When It’s Autumn in the Hills of California (Jessie Warner Dunford) B 3389-A; Side XX, Bob/Roy duet

152 Me And My Burro (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) – Tim leads

153 Old Sky Ball Paint (Sky Ball Paint) (Bob Nolan) - led by Bob

154 Outlaw Rag (Hugh/Karl Farr)

155 Way Down South (Away Down South) (Stephen Foster) – led by Tim

156 De Camp Town Races (De Camptown Races)  (Stephen Foster) – led by Len

157 Old Dog Trey  (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

158 Ragtime Annie (traditional) – featuring Hugh

159 Soldier’s Joy  (traditional) – featuring Hugh

160 Oompah Rag (Hugh/Karl Farr)– featuring Hugh, guitar and fiddle answer each other

161 Pop Eye’s Spiritual (Hugh Farr) – led by Bob and Hugh

162 West Of The Rio Grande (Tim Spencer) – led by Tim

163 One More River To Cross (spiritual) – led by Len

164 Bring Roses To Your Mother (Bring Your Roses To Her Now) (Lem Giles/John Ennis/Freddie Large)

165 Dolly Day (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

166 Cow Across The Road (traditional) – featuring Hugh

167 Darling Clementine (Clementine) (Percy Montrose) – led by Tim

168 Black Sheep Blues (traditional) – led by Len, yodeling

169 Railroad Boomer (Carson J. Robison) – trio

170 Rocky Mountain Express (Charles Tobias/Harry Tobias/Albert von Tilzer) – Tim leads

171 The Yodeling Cowboy (Jimmie Rodgers/Elsie McWilliams) –

172 Pride Of the Ball (A. C. Smith/Ray Hibbeler) – led by Bob

173 Standin’ In The Need Of Prayer (spiritual) – Len, then Tim, then Bob lead

174 Cowboy Jack (traditional) – solo by Len

175 Roll Along Jordan (Tim Spencer) – led by Tim

176 Tom And Jerry (traditional) – featuring Hugh

177 Old Maderia Waltz (Old Madeira Waltz) (unknown) – featuring Hugh, like bagpipes

178 Rye Whiskey Waltz (traditional) – featuring Hugh 

179 Where The Morning Glories Grow (Richard A. Whiting/Gus Kahn/Raymond B. Egan)

180 Methodist Pie (traditional) – led by Tim

181 Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

182 Miss Lucy Long  (Billy Whitlock) – led by Bob

183 Hard Times Come Again No More (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

184 Yankee Doodle (traditional) – led by Bob

185 All God’s Chillun Got Wings (spiritual) – led by Tim, then Bob, sharing each verse

186 T For Texas (Jimmie Rodgers) – solo by Len

187 Harvester (traditional) – featuring Hugh

188 Custer’s Last Battle (Lon Healy) – led by Tim

189 Goodbye My Lover Goodbye (T. H. Allen) – led by Len

190 Covered Wagon Roll Me On (Westward Ho) (Tim Spencer) – led by Bob

191 Beulah Land (Dwelling In Beulah Land) (C. Austin Miles) – led by Tim

192 Follow The Stream (I Follow The Stream) (Bob Nolan) – led by Bob

193 Darling Nellie Grey (Benjamin Russell Hanby) – led by Bob

194 Chicken (traditional) – led by Bob

195 Going Home (Carson J. Robison/Vernon Dalhart) – led by Bob

196 Blues In E (Hugh/Karl Farr) – featuring Karl

197 Old Rover (Tim Spencer) – led by Tim

198 Beautiful Nell (R. Coote) – led by Bob

199 Main Street (Karl Farr) – featuring Karl

200 Drifting Sands (Sands of The Desert) (Roy Rogers) – led by Tim

201 And I Still Do (I Still Do) (Bob ) – led by Bob

202 Climb Up Chillun’ (spiritual) – led by Tim

203 Falling Leaf (unknown) – Tim solo

204 I Wish I’d Stayed In The Wagon Yard (traditional) – led by Len

205 Some Folks (Stephen Foster) – led by Len

206 Billy The Kid (traditional) – led by Len

207 We Are Climbing Jacob’s Ladder (Jacob’s Ladder) (spiritual) – led by Len

208 Dixie (Dan Emmett) – led by Bob

209 Wind – (Bob Nolan) led by Tim

210 Old Paint (Goodbye Old Paint) (traditional) – led by Len

211 Tenting Tonight (On The Old Camp Ground) (Walter Kittredge) – led by Tim

212 Travelin’ With The Sun – (Bob Nolan) – solo by Bob

213 The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley) – led by Len

214 Old Time Religion (spiritual)– led by Len

215 Florine Waltz (unknown) – instrumental

216 Swannee River (Stephen Foster) – instrumental

217 Waggoner (traditional) – instrumental

218 Big Rock Candy Mountain (Harry “Mac” McClintock) – trio

219 Little Old Sod Shanty (Will S. Hays) – led by Bob

220 Keep A-Inchin’ Along (spiritual) – led by Bob

221 Gambler’s Blues (traditional) – solo by Tim

222 Down The Lane To Happiness (Leo Wells) – led by Len

223 Coming Through The Rye (Robert Burns) – led by Bob

224 Ninety And Nine (Elizabeth C. Clephane/Ira D. Sankey) – led by Tim

225 Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore) – led by Bob

226 Old Cherry Orchard (Down In The Old Cherry Orchard) (Alfred Bryan/Henry Stern – led by Bob

227 Jesse James (traditional) – led by Len

228 When The Bees are In the Hive Alfred Bryan/Kerry Mills) – led by Bob

229 Hifalutin’ (unknown) – instrumental featuring Karl

230 Rosewood Casket (Little Rosewood Casket) (traditional) – solo by Tim

231 Bum Song (Hallelujah, I’m A Bum) (Harry “Mac” McClintock) – led by Tim

232 Call Of the South (Come on Home) (Tim Spencer) – led by Tim

233 Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer) – trio (on to the hor’ i zon)

234 Utah Trail (Bob Palmer) – duet with Len and Tim, solo parts by Len

235 The Crawdad Song (traditional) – led by Bob

236 Old Black Mountain Trail (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) – led by Bob

237 Old Kentucky Home (My Old Kentucky Home) (Stephen Foster) – led by Tim

238 Get Away Old Man (Get Away Old Man, Get Away) (Frank Crumit) – led by Len

239 Eighth of January (traditional) – instrumental

240 Jack Of Diamonds (traditional) – instrumental

241 Bugler’s Blues (unknown) – instrumental featuring Karl

242 Fine Time at Our House (traditional) – instrumental featuring Hugh

243 Oh There’s Power (Power In The Blood) (Lewis E. Jones) – led by Tim

244 Leaning On the Everlasting Arm (Anthony J. Showalter/Rev. Elisha A. Hoffman) – led by Tim

245 I Need Thee (Annie S. Hawks/Rev. Robert Lowry) – led by Tim

246 Prairie Schooner (Over the Santa Fe Trail) (Tim Spencer) – led by Tim

247 Nelly Bly (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

248 Oh, Lemuel (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

249 Ring Ring De Banjo (Stephen Foster) – led by Bob

250 Auld Lange Syne (Robert Burns) – led by Bob

251 Billy Boy (traditional) – led by Len

252 Memories of The Range (Roy Rogers) – solo by Len

253 Birmingham Jail (traditional) – trio

254 New River Train (traditional) – led by Len

255 In The Saddle (Ridin’ Ropin’) (Roy Rogers) – led by Len

256 Give My Love To Nell (traditional) – led by Len

257 Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn) – led by Bob

258 Whispering Hope (Alice Hawthorne) – led by Tim plus duet with Bob

259 Mellow Mountain Moon (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) –  led by Bob

260 Sagebrush Stomp (Hugh Farr) – instrumental featuring Hugh

261 Bury Me Beneath The Willow (traditional) – led by Len

262 When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent) – led by Bob

263 Rock Me To Sleep In My Rocky Mountain Home (Fred Vincent/Nat Vincent/Billy Hill/Willie Raskin) – led by Tim

264 I Want To Follow The Swallow Back Home To Colorado (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)– solo by Bob

265 One More Ride (Bob Nolan) - trio

266 Lane County Bachelor (traditional) – led by Tim

267 Cool Water – (Bob Nolan) led by Len, ‘water’ is Tim

268 When The Work’s All Done This Fall (D. J. O’Malley) – solo by Len

269 Sleepy Rio Grande (Carson J. Robison) – led by Tim

270 When It’s Prayer Meetin’ Time In The Hollow (Fleming Allan/Al Rice) – led by Len

271 Night-Time In Nevada (When It’s Night Time In Nevada) (Will E. Dulmage/Richard W. Pascoe/Hugh O’Reilly Clint)

272 Cotton Eyed Joe (traditional) - instrumental

 

Sunshine Ranch

(1938 or 1939)

Courtesy of John Fullerton

 

This series of 15-minute programs was recorded by Allied Phonograph and Record Manufacturing Company, Hollywood. The syndicated radio show originally aired over KNX and the Mutual Broadcasting System. It featured the Classic Sons of the Pioneers - Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, Lloyd Perryman, Pat Brady and the Farr Brothers. Radio show opener. Karl is the educated Pioneer who speaks with long words and there is a lot of teasing among the boys. We have two unnumbered programs containing the following songs:

 

Entire Show (courtesy of John Fullerton & Bob Costa)

Westward Ho! (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Sunset on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

Entire Show (courtesy of John Fullerton & Bob Costa)

When Payday Rolls Around (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Moonlight on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

 

 

 

More about the Orthacoustic Transcriptions 

 

 

"SYMPHONIES OF THE SAGE"

 ORTHACOUSTIC RADIO RECORDING TRANSCRIPTIONS

(Many thanks to Laurence Zwisohn and Wallace Smith)

 

        "While in Chicago the Pioneers made arrangements with NBC's Orthacoustic Recording Division to place approximately two hundred songs on transcription. The series was completed in August of 1940 and released under the title 'Symphonies of the Sage', the label reading 'Produced by Roy Rogers, Inc.'" (p. 32, Hear My Song by Ken Griffis)

        These recordings featured the group that came to be known as the "classic" Sons of the Pioneers and "The Aristocrats of the Range": Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, Lloyd Perryman, Pat Brady, Hugh & Karl Farr. This was the group that America saw and heard on the Columbia Charles Starrett movies in the late 1930s. This was the group when it reached the peak.


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa January 1941 Chicago

Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer, vocal; Lloyd Perryman, vocal & guitar; Hugh Farr, fiddle & vocal; Karl Farr, guitar; Pat Brady, bass

059250

WHEN PAYDAY ROLLS AROUND    (Bob Nolan)

LOVE SONG OF THE WATERFALL    (Bob Nolan - Carl Winge - Bernard Barnes)

JIM JAM JIGGIN'    (Karl Farr)

BEAUTIFUL DREAMER    (Stephen Foster)

YIPPI-YI, YIPPI-YO    (Glenn Spencer)

CHANT OF THE WANDERER (Bob Nolan)

1A
 

059251

SAGEBRUSH SYMPHONY    (Glenn  Spencer)

COTTAGE IN THE CLOUDS    (Bob Nolan - Lloyd Perryman)

SWINGIN’ THE BOW    (Hugh & Karl Farr)

GET ALONG, PINTO PONY    (Tim Spencer)

WEST IS IN MY SOUL    (Bob Nolan)

A COWBOY HAS TO SING (Bob Nolan)

1B


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa January 1941 Chicago

059426

DON JUAN    (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 2:37

HE'S RIDIN' HOME    (Ridin’ Home)    (Bob Nolan) 2:27

CIELITO LINDO    (Carlos Fernandez) 2:15

FAR - AWAY BLUES    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:05

LONE BUCKAROO    (Bob Nolan) 1:45

SPRINGTIME ON THE RANGE    (Tim Spencer) 1:20

2A

 

059427

YOU AIN'T HEARD NUTHIN' ‘TIL YOU HEAR HIM  ROAR (Bob Nolan) 1:40

COOL WATER    (Bob Nolan) 2:00

LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD    (Alice Hawthorne aka Septimus Winner - Dick Milburn) 2:25

OLD PIONEER    (Tim Spencer) 2:15

WAGONS WESTWARD    (Bob Nolan - Tim Spencer) 1:55

CAJON STOMP    (Hugh Farr) 1:50

2B 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa January 1941 Chicago

059460

THE TOUCH OF GOD'S HAND    (Bob) 2:40

THE TIMBER TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 1:35

YOU DON'T LOVE ME BUT I'LL ALWAYS CARE    (Lou Wayne) 2:50

RIDIN’ DOWN THE SLEEPY RIO GRANDE (Len Slye aka Roy Rogers) 2:00

RIDING THE ROCKY RANGE    (Tim Spencer) 2:00

THE CRICKET HOP    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:45

3A
 

059461

CURLY JOE FROM IDAHO    (Tim Spencer) 2:45

RIDIN' DOWN THE CANYON    (Smiley Burnette - Gene Autry) 2:00

THERE'S A RAINBOW OVER THE RANGE    (Tim Spencer) 2:25

ROUND UP TIME IS OVER    (Bob Nolan) 1:40

CAMPFIRES IN HEAVEN    (Bob Nolan) 2:00

DANCE OF THE DOGIES    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:20

3B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064053

HELLO, WAY UP THERE    (Bob Nolan - Lloyd Perryman) 2:08

CRAWDAD HOLE    (Traditional) 2:30

RISE AND SHINE    (Bob Nolan) 1:35

THE BOSS IS HANGIN’ OUT A RAINBOW    (Bob Nolan) 2:05

YIPPI YI YOUR TROUBLES AWAY    (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 1:55

CACTUS SWING    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:05

4A

 

064054

THE CHEROKEE STRIP    (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 2:05

BOUND FOR THE RIO GRANDE    (Bob Nolan) 1:45

TRAIL HERDIN' COWBOY    (Bob Nolan) 1:45

TRAIL DREAMIN'    (Bob Nolan) 2:25

PIONEER MOTHER    (That Pioneer Mother of Mine)    (Tim Spencer) 2:25

SOUTH IN MY SOUL    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:45

4B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago  

064059

NOW OR NEVER    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:35

HOPPIN' HIGH    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:10

HEART TO HEART    (Hugh & Karl  Farr) 3:30

I SAID GOODBYE    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:20

FARR INTO THE NIGHT    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:15

DREAMY REVERIE    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:15

5A

 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064062

SUNSET ON THE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 2:10

HANGIN' BLUES    (Bob Nolan) 2:35

WHISTLE AND WAIT FOR KATIE    (Michael Nolan) 2:15

COW ACROSS THE ROAD    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:00

IT'S A COWBOY'S LIFE FOR ME    (Glenn Spencer) 1:50

ROCKY ROADS    (Bob Nolan) 1:25

5B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064072

WHERE THE RIO ROLLS ALONG    (Tim Spencer) 1:30

COME AND GET IT    (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 1:30

THE NEW FRONTIER    (The New Frontier)    (Tim  Spencer) 1:40

HE'S GONE UP THE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 2:30

COMIN' THRU THE RYE    (Robert Burns) 1:40

RIDIN' THE RANGE WITH YOU    (Tim Spencer) 2:32

6A

 

064073

RIDIN' ON THE SUNSHINE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 1:20

LORD, YOU MADE THE COWBOY HAPPY    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

CODY OF THE TEXAS EXPRESS (Bob Nolan) 1:30

THE TEXAS CRAPSHOOTER    (Traditional) 1:45

SO LONG TO THE RED RIVER VALLEY    (Glenn Spencer) 2:30

DON'T YOU WISH YOU HAD SOMEONE    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 2:20

6B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064076

BLUE PRAIRIE    (Tim Spencer - Bob Nolan) 2:50

HOLD THAT CRITTER DOWN    (Bob Nolan) 1:52

GOLDEN WEDDING WALTZ    (Tim Spencer) 2:15

INDIAN SCOUT    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:50

STARLITIN' TIME IN TEXAS    (Bob Nolan) 1:35

MEMORIES IN BLUE    (Karl Farr) 1:55

7A

 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064090

I GRAB MY SADDLE HORN AND BLOW    (Bob Nolan) 1:25

I BELONG TO THE RANGE    (Glenn Spencer) 2:30

THE HOWLIN' PUP    (Hugh Farr) 1:35

MOONLIGHT ON THE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 1:50

WHEN THE PRAIRIE SUN CLIMBS OUT OF THE HAY (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 1:45

BLUIN' THE BLUES    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:25

7B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa September 1941 Chicago

064093

I'M HEADIN’ FOR THE HOME CORRAL (Tim & Glenn Spencer) 1:45

ON THE RHYTHM RANGE    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

DARK EYES    (Traditional) 1:55

CLOSE TO HEAVEN    (Bob Nolan) 2:10

ONE MORE RIDE    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

THEY DREW MY NUMBER    (Tim Spencer) 1:50

8A

 

064094

WHAT WONDERFUL JOY 2:15

YOU MUST COME IN AT THE DOOR    (Traditional) 1:30

LEAD ME GENTLY HOME FATHER    (Will L. Thompson) 2:20

WHEN I LEAVE THIS WORLD BEHIND    (Bob Nolan) 2:10

HEAR DEM BELLS    (David S. McCosh) 1:50

Supplement 1

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064352

ROCKY MOUNTAIN EXPRESS    (Harry & Charles Tobias - Albert Von Tilzer) 1:45

COYOTE'S SERENADE    (Bob Nolan) 2:50

ANNIE LAURIE    (William Douglas - Lady John Scott) 2:00

BLOW, WIND, BLOW    (Glenn Spencer) 2:10

NE-HA-NEE (Nay-Hah-Nee)    (Bob Nolan) 2:05

OPEN RANGE AHEAD    (Bob Nolan) 1:40

9A
 

064353

SONG OF THE BANDIT    (Bob Nolan) 2:20

THIS AIN'T THE SAME OLD RANGE    (Bob Nolan) 2:45

FIDDLIN' AROUND    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:15

FOLLOWIN' THE SUN ALL DAY    (Bob Nolan) 2:35

LAZY    (Bob Nolan) 2:35

MORE FRIED CHICKEN, UNCLE JOE    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:00

9B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064381

SHE'S THE LILY OF HILLBILLY VALLEY    (Tim Spencer) 2:20

WHEN THE PRAIRIE SUN SAYS GOOD MORNIN’    (Bob Nolan) 2:10

KEEP A LIGHT IN YOUR WINDOW, TONIGHT    (Lester McFarland - Robert A. Gardner - Happy Jack Turner) 2:55

WHISTLIN' RUFUS    (Kerry Mills) 1:55

WHISP'RIN' WIND    (Tim Spencer) 3:00

10A

 

064382

BY A CAMPFIRE ON THE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 1:50

RED RIVER VALLEY    (Traditional) 2:05

BLUE FOR YOU    (Karl Farr) 2:45

HAPPY COWBOY    (Bob Nolan) 2:05

ECHO FROM THE HILLS    (Echoes From the Hills)    (Bob Nolan) 1:40

BOGGY ROAD TO TEXAS    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:40

10B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064392

JUBILATION JAMBOREE    (Glenn Spencer) 1:30

OVER THE SANTA FE TRAIL    (Tim Spencer) 2:50

LONG, LONG AGO    (Thomas Haynes Bayly) 1:50

BLUEBONNET GIRL    (Blue Bonnet Girl)    (Glenn Spencer) 2:45

SEND HIM HOME TO ME    (Bob Nolan) 3:30

11A

 

064393

GREAT BIG TATERS IN THE SANDY LAND (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:30

I WONDER IF SHE WAITS FOR ME TONIGHT    (Bob Nolan) 3:10

BY THE LAKES OF PONCHARTRAIN    (Traditional) 3:00

AT THE OLD BARN DANCE    (Tim Spencer - Carl Winge) 2:30

DOWN THE TRAIL (Glenn & Tim Spencer)

BISCUIT BLUES    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

11B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October  1941 Chicago

064397

WAY OUT THERE    (Bob Nolan) 2:50

MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN    (J. T. Wood - H. J. Fulmer) 1:30

BLUE EYED LITTLE NELL OF NARRAGANSET BAY (Bright Eyed Nell  of Naraganset Bay)    (Wurzel aka George Frederick Root) 2:20

NO GOOD SUN OF A GUN    (Bob Nolan) 2:30

HILLBILLY WEDDING IN JUNE    (Freddie Large-  Frankie More) 1:30

12A

 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064412

I LOVE THE PRAIRIE COUNTRY    (Glenn Spencer) 2:00

MOONLIGHT MELODY    (Glenn Spencer) 2:30

SHADOWS OF THE WILDWOOD    (Bob Nolan) 2:25

LITTLE BROWN JUG    (R. A. Eastburn aka Joseph E. Winner) 1:50

SADDLE YOUR WORRIES TO THE WIND    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

12B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064442

THE DEVIL'S GREAT GRAND-SON    (Bob Nolan) 1:40

ROCKY ROAD IN THE ROCKIES    (Glenn Spencer) 2:40

WHAT YOU GONNA SAY TO PETER    (Bob Nolan) 3:10

COMIN' THRU THE KORN    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:40

CATTLE CALL RONDOLET    (Glenn Spencer) 1:10

13A

 

064443

SONG OF THE PIONEERS    (Tim Spencer) 1:40

I AIN'T A-WORRIN'    (Tim Spencer) 3:05

WHEN THEY RING THOSE GOLDEN BELLS (Dion DeMarbelle) 2:15

CLIMBIN’ UP THE GOLDEN STAIRS    (Spiritual) 1:45

ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT    (Traditional) 2:05

THE OLD RUGGED CROSS (George Bennard)

13B

 

Note: Some pressings of Disc 13 list "Song of the Pioneers" as track six on side A even though it is the first track on side B of the disc.

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064446

HILL COUNTRY    (Glenn Spencer) 1:40

BLUE MOUNTAIN SWEETHEART    (Glenn Spencer) 2:45

WHEN THE MOON COMES OVER SUN VALLEY    (Tim Spencer) 2:55

WHOOPIE TYE YI YO    (Whoopee Ti Yi Yo)    (Traditional) 2:50

A COWBOY'S PRAYER    (Tim & Glenn Spencer)m 2:05

14A
 

064447

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher - Francis Kyle) 2:20

WIND    (Bob Nolan) 2:50

MOVE ON YOU LAZY CATTLE    (Bob Nolan) 1:45

SALLY GOODIN'    (Traditional) 1:30

FOLLOW THE STREAM    (I Follow the  Stream)    (Bob Nolan) 2:15

14B

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October  1941 Chicago

064452

WHEN WE GET OLD AND GRAY    (Glenn Spencer) 2:20

TUMBLEWEED TRAIL    (Bob Nolan) 2:40

I STILL DO    (Bob Nolan) 2:45

NIGHT FALLS ON THE PRAIRIE    (Bob Nolan - Lloyd Perryman) 1:50

WENDIN' MY WAY TO WYOMIN’    (Bob Nolan) 2:45

8B
 

064453

LOCH LOMOND    (Traditional) 2:05

BELIEVE ME IF ALL THOSE ENDEARING YOUNG CHARMS (Thomas  Moore) 3:15

AULD LANG SYNE    (Robert Burns) 1:20

I'LL TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN, KATHLEEN (Thomas P. Westendorf) 2:00

KELLY WALTZ    (Hugh Farr) 2:10

Supplement 2

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064456

WHEN A COWBOY STARTS TO COURTIN'    (Tim Spencer) 2:10

JUANITA    (Caroline Norton) 2:40

LI'L LIZA JANE    (Traditional) 1:55

SWEET AND LOW    (Alfred Lord  Tennyson - Joseph Barnby) 2:40

SPANISH CAVALIER    (William D. Hendrickson) 3:05

Supplement 3

 

064457

THE CAPITAL SHIP    (Charles E. Carryl) 2:40

DARLING NELLIE GRAY    (Benjamin Russell Hanby) 2:33

IN THE GLOAMING    (Annie Fortesque Harrison - Meta Orred) 2:45

WHEN YOU AND I WERE YOUNG MAGGIE  (James Austin Butterfield - George W. Johnson) 3:05

ALL AT ONCE    (Lloyd Perryman) 1:30

Supplement 4

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064468

THE GYPSY'S WARNING    (Henry A. Goard) 2:10

WONDER VALLEY    (Fred Howard - Nat Vincent) 2:35

WHERE IS MY WANDERING BOY TONIGHT    (Rev. Robert Lowry) 2:15

THE LITTLE ROSEWOOD CASKET    (Traditional) 3:15

SOLDIER'S JOY    (Traditional) 1:20

Supplement 5

 

064469

GENTLE NELLIE MOORE    (Gentle Nettie Moore) 2:50

SONG OF THE PRAIRIE    (Bob Nolan) 2:30

BRING YOUR ROSES TO HER NOW    (John Ennis - Lem Giles - Freddie Large) 3:55

WE SAT BENEATH THE MAPLE ON THE HILL    (Gussie L. Davis) 2:45

BON - TON SCHOTTISCHE    (Hugh & Karl Farr) 1:00

Supplement 6

 

064470

THE ROSE OF TRALEE    (Charles W. Glover - C. Mordaunt Spencer)

MY PRETTY QUADROON    (Mary Dodge - Fred Howard - Nat Vincent)

ROCK ME TO SLEEP IN MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME    (Fred Howard - Nat Vincent - Billy Hill  - William Raskin)

UNDER THE WILLOW SHE'S SLEEPING    (Stephen Foster)

STILL WATER POOL    (Bob Nolan) 

FRANKIE AND JOHNNIE    (Traditional)

Supplement 9

 


 

SONS of the PIONEERS circa October 1941 Chicago

064485

SILVER THREADS AMONG THE GOLD    (Hart Pease Danks - Eben E. Rexford)

HARD TIMES COME AGAIN NO MORE    (Stephen Foster)

WITH SOMEONE LIKE YOU    (Glenn Spencer)  

"A" RAG    (Hugh & Karl Farr)

FIRE ALARM BLUES    (Hugh & Karl Farr)

TOM AND JERRY ???

Supplement 8

 


 

The Sons of the Pioneers' Supplement to Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. 14 March 1944. Transcription Disc TR-854
Side One: Supplement Three.
Side 1:1. "When a Cowboy Starts to Courtin'," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Juanita,"
(Caroline Norton) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Li'l Liza Jane," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Sweet and Low," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Spanish Cavalier," Sons of the Pioneers.
 

Side Two: Supplement Four.
Side 2:1. "The Capital Ship," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Darling Nellie Gray," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "In the Gloaming," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "When You and I Were Young Maggie," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "All at Once," Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 1A-1B. 5-6 June 1944.

Transcription Disc TR-855
Side One: Program 1A. 5 June 1944.
Side 1:1. "When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Jim Jam Jiggin' Jive," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo," (Glenn Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
 

Side Two: Program 1B. 6 June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Sagebrush Symphony," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Cottage in the Clouds," (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "Swingin' the Bow," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Get Along Pinto Pony," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "The West is My Soul," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "The Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers.
 


 

The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 5A-5B. June 1944. Transcription Disc TR-856
Side One: Program 5A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Now or Never," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Hoppin' High," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Heart to Heart," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "I Said Goodbye," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Farr Into the Night," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Dreamy Reverie," Sons of the Pioneers.
 

Side Two: Program 5B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Sunset on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Hangin' Blues," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "Whistle and Wait for Katie,"
 (Michael Nolan)Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Cow Across the Road," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "It's a Cowboy's Life for Me," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "Rocky Roads," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 7A-7B. June 1944. Transcription Disc TR-857
Side One: Program 7A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Blue Prairie," (Tim spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Golden Wedding Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Indian Scout," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Starlightin' Time in Texas," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Memories in Blue," Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 7B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "I Belong to the Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "The Howlin' Pup," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Moonlight on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "When the Prairie Sun Climbs Out of the Hay," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "Bluin' the Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 11A-11B. June 1944. Transcription Disc TR-858
Side One: Program 11A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Jubilation Jamboree," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Over the Santa Fe Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Long, Long Ago," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Blue Bonnet Girl," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Send Him Home to Me," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 11B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "I Wonder If She Waits for Me Tonight," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "By the Lakes of Pontchartrain," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "At the Old Barn Dance," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "The Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

 


 

The Sons of the Pioneers' Supplement to Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. 14 March 1944  Transcription Disc TR-854
Side One: Supplement Three.
Side 1:1. "When a Cowboy Starts to Courtin'," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Juanita," (Caroline Norton) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Li'l Liza Jane," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Sweet and Low," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Spanish Cavalier," Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Supplement Four.
Side 2:1. "The Capital Ship," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Darling Nellie Gray," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "In the Gloaming," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "When You and I Were Young Maggie," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "All at Once," Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 1A-1B. 5-6 June 1944  Transcription Disc TR-855
Side One: Program 1A. 5 June 1944.
Side 1:1. "When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Jim Jam Jiggin' Jive," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo," (Glenn Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 1B. 6 June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Sagebrush Symphony," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Cottage in the Clouds," (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "Swingin' the Bow," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Get Along Pinto Pony," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "The West is My Soul," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "The Home Corral," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing"
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 5A-5B. June 1944  Transcription Disc TR-856
Side One: Program 5A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Now or Never," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Hoppin' High," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Heart to Heart," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "I Said Goodbye," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Farr Into the Night," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Dreamy Reverie," Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 5B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Sunset on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Hangin' Blues," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3.
"Whistle and Wait for Katie,"  (Michael Nolan)Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Cow Across the Road," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "It's a Cowboy's Life for Me," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "Rocky Roads," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 7A-7B. June 1944  Transcription Disc TR-857
Side One: Program 7A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

Side 1:3. "Golden Wedding Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Indian Scout," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Starlightin' Time in Texas," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Memories in Blue," Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 7B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "I Belong to the Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "The Howlin' Pup," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Moonlight on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "When the Prairie Sun Climbs Out of the Hay," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:6. "Bluin' the Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers' Symphonies of the Sage. Orthacoustic Radio Recording. Program 11A-11B. June 1944. Transcription Disc TR-858
Side One: Program 11A. June 1944.
Side 1:1. "Jubilation Jamboree," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Over the Santa Fe Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Long, Long Ago," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Blue Bonnet Girl," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Send Him Home to Me," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program 11B. June 1944.
Side 2:1. "Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "I Wonder If She Waits for Me Tonight," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "By the Lakes of Pontchartrain," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "At the Old Barn Dance," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "The Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

 

RADIO RODEO

On Saturday, November 22nd, we began a coast-to-coast broadcast from Long Beach, California, to the Mutual Broadcasting System. It's released from WOR (in the east) at 11:30PM. It is our understanding that WGN (Chicago) transcribes the show and releases it the following Sunday morning. This is an audience show and we follow it with 45 minutes on the stage. Any of you folks want to come down just load up the old chuckwagon and come on....the doors open at 7:30PM. Charley Lung, who portrays the part of Dad Cody, is known as the man of a thousand voices....he does a skit in which he takes 17 parts....try it sometime. (Tumbleweed Topics Vol 1 No 13, December, 1941)


 

 

 

 

 (List courtesy of Wally Smith)

 

 

 

More about the Thesaurus Radio Transcriptions

       

Orthacoustic / Thesaurus radio transcriptions; A guide

    As you have probably noticed people, mainly collectors, have used the terms Orthacoustic and Thesaurus interchangeably when referring to RCA Victor transcriptions.
    To clarify:
ORTHACOUSTIC - Derived from two Greek words. Ortho, meaning Upright, Erect, or Clear, and Acoustic, relating to sound. Thus they were combined to form ORTHACOUSTIC.
ORTHACOUSTIC refers to RCA-Victors sound recording technology. Orthacoustic would translate to Clear Sound but that doesn't have quite the marketing ring.
THESAURUS - A collection of words of like (synonymous) meaning interpreted in this case to mean a collection of like music (Jazz, Big Bands, Vocal Performances, etc) to form a library of material which in many cases was not released commercially.

    THESAURUS was not the only programming category issued by RCA-Victor. Many smaller size libraries of special interest were released to radio stations such as Symphonies of the Sage by the Sons of the Pioneers.
These were issued on Orthacoustic discs with the Symphonies of the Sage set title on the label.
    The THESAURUS were issued on Orthacoustic discs with the Thesaurus set title on the label. Simply put when referring to ORTHACOUSTIC, one is referring to the technical sound quality of the product and when one refers to THESAURUS one is speaking of the the programming content on the disc.
    Does this help make things clear? Larry Hopper

 

            Thesaurus and Orthacoustic were both owned by NBC. Most, if not all, of the Orthacoustics the Pioneers recorded in 1940 were later put in the Thesaurus series.  Added to the Thesaurus series were songs from the Pioneers Teleways radio programs from the 1947 period.  I don’t think any of the Dr Peppers were used.  This is based on the fact that the Pioneers owned the Orthacoustics and the Teleways.  They did not own the Dr Peppers. (Laurence Zwisohn)

        "Orthacoustic" is the RCA trademark for its recording sound process & quality. It is the brand name for the physical recording process. "Thesaurus" is the NBC Radio service trademark for its library of transcribed music and programming. Under that banner would come "Symphonies of the Sage", "Broadway Melodies", "Sunday Serenades" or any other program package name. So "Old Forgotten Trails", though not made as part of the "Symphonies of the Sage", package would still be on a Thesaurus presentation later on, produced on an Orthacoustically recorded and pressed disc. (Larry Hopper)

 

There were at least 249 songs in the Thesaurus series.

In the words of Ken Griffis, "One of the more fortunate developments in the recording career of the Pioneers was their inclusion in the Thesaurus transcription service program. This series, started in early-1935 by the National Broadcasting Company, featured name bands, singing groups, and individuals before its termination many years later. Thanks to this series, and others like it, great sounds are retained that might otherwise have been lost.

"The name Thesaurus, is an apt description of many of the rare sounds contained on thousands of these sixteen inch, lateral cut, 331/3 rpm plastic discs. Recorded by RCA, who owned NBC, these discs, with several tunes per side, were leased to subscribing radio stations. A catalog of all available discs was distributed to stations across the country allowing them to order particular programs of interest.

"It is interesting to note that while the Pioneers would appear on one side of a disc, another individual or group would appear on the other. Only a few new songs were recorded by the Pioneers for this series, most were recordings from the Orthacoustic Symphonies of the Sage series. It would appear several tunes from the Dr. Pepper show may also have been included. When artists were recording transcriptions of this early era any noticeable errors had to be avoided. Each side contained five or six selections and the entire side had to be recorded satisfactorily since it was not possible to re-cut a song. If four songs were recorded perfectly and an error made on the fifth, the entire side had to be discarded and re-recorded.

            "Due to wartime restrictions no commercial recordings were made by the group after 1943. Certainly the many Pioneer fans greatly appreciated the music made available to them through the Symphonies of the Sage and the Thesaurus transcriptions." (pp. 35-36, Hear My Song, by Ken Griffis, 1994)

 

1790     Side A     MS-064054 (same as Orthacoustic #4 Side B)

A. The Cherokee Strip

B. Bound for the Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

C. Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

D. Trail Dreamin’ (Bob Nolan)

E. Pioneer Mother of Mine

F. South in My Soul

 

1804     Side B     MS-064076 (same as Orthacoustic #7 Side A)

H. Blue Prairie (Bob Nolan)

J. Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

K. Golden Wedding Waltz

L. Indian Scout

M. Starlightin’ Time in Texas (Bob Nolan)

N. Memories in Blue

 

1811     Side A     MS—064468 (same as Orthacoustic “Supplement #5)

A. The Gypsy’s Warning

B. Wonder Valley

C. Where is My Wandering Boy Tonight?

D. The Little Rosewood Casket

E. Soldier’s Joy

 

1885     Side A     MS-059461 ( same as Orthacoustic #3 Side B)

A. Curly Joe From Idaho

B. Ridin’ Down the Canyon

C. There’s a Rainbow Over the Range

D. Roundup Time is Over (Bob Nolan)

E. Campfires of Heaven (Bob Nolan)

F. Dance of the Dogies

 

1898     Side B     MS-059426 (same as Orthacoustic #2 Side A)

H. Don Juan

J. Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

K. Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez)

L. Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

M. Lone Buckaroo (Bob Nolan)

N. Springtime on the Range

 

1926     Side A     MS-059251-2 (same as Orthacoustic #1 Side B)

A. Sagebrush Symphony

B. Cottage in the Clouds (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

C. Swingin’ the Bow

D. Get Along, Pinto Pony

E. The West is in My Soul (Bob Nolan)

F. A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

 

NB: A lot of the next are on 25 Favorite Cowboy Songs LPM 1130 which Griffis says were radio transcriptions recorded in 1943 and released in 1955. He includes them in his Thesaurus list which Wally says was recorded in 1942.

 

Pioneers: Bob Nolan, vocal

Tim Spencer, vocal

Ken Carson, vocal

Lloyd Perryman, vocal and guitar

Hugh Farr, violin

Karl Farr, guitar

Shug Fisher, bass

 

1953 Side A  G7-MM-2861

A. Press Along to the Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener)

B. So Long to the Red River Valley

C. Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

D. Texas Stomp

E. Pajarillo Barrenqueno

F. Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

 

1953  Side B  G7-MM-2861

H. Cowboy’s Dream

J. The Last Round-up

K. Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)

L. Farr Away Stomp

M.Yellow Rose of Texas

N. Bunkhouse Bugle Boy

 


 

1965  Side A  G7-MM-4672

A. Shine On, Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth)

B. Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

C. Hills of Old Wyoming

D. E-Flat Rag

E. When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

F. La Cucaracha

 

1965  Side B  G7-MM-4673

H. Roundup in the Sky (Bob Nolan)

J. 1849 Years

K. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

L. Corn Flower

M. It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

N. Silver Bell

 


 

1981  Side A  G7-MM-9550

A. Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

B. My Saddle Pals and I

C. Chatro Milpas

D. Where the Rio Rolls Along (Tim Spencer)

E. Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)

F. Moonlight on the Prairie (Bob Nolan)

 

1981  Side B  G7-MM-9551

H. Rainbow’s End (Bob Nolan)

J. My Adobe Hacienda (Louise Massey / Lee Penny)

K. Old Forgotten Trails (Bob Nolan)

L. Westward Ho

M. Cowboy Camp Meetin’ Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)

N. The Lonesome Cowboy Blues

 


 

2052  Side A  J7-MM-2114

A. Sweet Genevieve

B. Busy Doin’ Nothin’

C. Girl of My Dreams (Sunny Clapp)

D. La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

E. Some Folks (Stephen Foster)

F. Song of the San Joaquin

 

2052  Side B

H. Molly Malone

J. Side by Side

K. Dark Eyes

L. That’s What I Like About the South

M. Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger

N. Highways are Happy Ways

 


 

2081  Side A K7-MM-6319

A. La Borachita

B. Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy’s Lament)

C. Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie

D. Slow Movin’ Cattle

E. Along the Santa Fe Trail

F. Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma

 

2081      Side B     K7-MM-6320

H. The Old Wrangler Blues

J. When it's Springtime in the Rockies (Mary Hale Woolsey / Robert Sauer & Milt Taggart)

K. Throw another Log on the Fire

L. The Texas Plains

M. Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

N. Wagons Westward Ho

O. Stars of the West (Tim Spencer)

 


 

2010     Side A     H7-MM-4060

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen

Lazy Days

Falling Leaf

P. S. at Six Months

Amapola

New Moon Over Nevada

 

2010     Side B     H7-MM-4061

H. Tom Big Bee River

J. Dear Evelina

K. Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m) Pioneers

L. G. I. Blues

M. Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

N. Down in Dixie

 


NB: The following Thesaurus recordings are not listed in Griffis’ book (Wally Smilth):

 

LPT 372

Instrumental

Hills of Old Wyomin’

River, Stay ‘way From My Door

Cowboys and Indians

But Where are You?

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Red River Valley

Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie

Echoes from the Hills (Bob Nolan)

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

La Borachita

Last Roundup

Instrumental

 

LPT 1611

Seein’ Nellie Home

Wind (Bob Nolan)

Move Along, Lazy Cattle (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

Several versions of Farr opening show.

 

LPT 1623

Year of Jubil-o (Henry C. Work)

Dear Old Girl

Shade of the Old Apple Tree

Little Annie Rooney

Followin’ the Sun (Bob Nolan)

Song of the Pioneers

La Borachita

Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy’s Lament)

Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie

Slow Movin’ Cattle (Tim Spencer)

Along the Santa Fe Trail

Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma

 

Wally also says: *These songs on tape 18 (his tape) are not listed in Griffis’ book:

 

Janglin’ for Old Santa Fe

Deacon Jones

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

In the Gloaming

Let Me Keep My Memories

Sleep, Kentucky Babe

Year of Jubil-o (Henry C. Work)

Dear Old Girl

Shade of the Old Apple Tree

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Keep a-Movin’

Song of the Pioneers

Followin’ the Sun (Bob Nolan)

 

10-2-4 RANCH & 10-2-4 TIME

THE DR. PEPPER SHOWS

auditing

 

Click here to listen to 28 programs.

 

(image from Dr. Pepper Museum)

Many thanks to Jimmy Willhelm, Laurence Zwisohn, Larry Hopper and Dave Bourne for their help.

 

According to historian, Ken Griffis, on November 22, 1941, the Pioneers signed to do a series of fifteen-minute radio transcriptions for the Dr. Pepper Bottling Company featuring Dick Foran (10-2-4 Ranch) and, later, Martha Mears (10-2-4 Time, broadcast from "the 10-2-4 Ranch".) This live show was broadcast from coast to coast on the Mutual Broadcasting System and the Pioneers had a 45-minute stage show for the studio audience directly after it. The last Dr. Pepper program we have access to was August 30, 1945. (The earliest program we have access to was aired on January 8, 1943.)

 

"Got a call the 21st of October (we were up in Seattle) to check in at Republic on the 23rd. Had to give up the Camel Caravan, with which we were playing the army camps, and like the migratory birds we are, we flew south around the 10th of November....started recording a series of 15 minute transcriptions for Dr. Pepper with Martha Mears and Dick Foran."  (Hugh Farr, p. 3, Tumbleweed Topics, No. 13, Vol. 1, December, 1941)

 

"In 1942, the Sons of the Pioneers were now under contract to Republic Pictures for a series of Western Pictures with Roy Rogers, Mutual Broadcasting System for coast-to-coast broadcast [Radio Rodeo] each Saturday night (8:30PM Pacific Coast Time), to Dr. Pepper (soft drink) for a series of fifteen-minute transcriptions with Martha Mears, as Peggy Pepper, and Dick Foran. The Dr. Pepper transcriptions were to play on some 70 stations throughout the country and  start around the first part of 1942. The Pioneers' Motion Picture representatives, Monter-Gray, Hollywood, and their Business Manager (The Boss) Sam Allen, Hollywood." (p. 2 Tumbleweed Topics, No. 14 January 1942 Vol 2 No. 14)

 

1943 10-2-4 Ranch introduction theme

1943 10-2-4 Ranch exit theme

1944 10-2-4 Ranch introduction theme

1944 10-2-4 Ranch exit theme

1945 10-2-4 Time introduction theme

1945 10-2-4 Time exit theme

 

1944 Christmas Show

 


 

          The first Dr. Pepper show was possibly recorded on April 2, 1941, and aired on November 22, 1941, introducing Dick Foran as foreman on the 10-2-4 Ranch with the Sons of the Pioneers as his crew and Martha Mears as the owner. Although we have not found this program, we understand that Foran sang at least 2 solos, backed by the Sons of the Pioneers and Martha had one or two. The first program we have access to was aired on January 8, 1943. Dick Foran and Martha Mears were featured soloists, Hugh "Foghorn" Farr, Lloyd "Shakespeare Smith" Perryman and Pat "Truthful Jones" Brady carried the comedy. Art Gilmore provided the ad for Dr. Pepper.

          Foran sang traditional western melodies or those by "The Pepper Rangers" (the Sons of the Pioneers) and there was good-natured banter among the boys. Pat Brady (Truthful Jones) and Hugh (Foghorn) Farr took care of the comedy. Later programs used some of the recordings made at this time when Lloyd Perryman was still with them. When Foran left the program, Bob Nolan took his place temporarily in the script and sang the solos. These programs were still called 10-2-4 Ranch but Martha Mears  was now in charge. Dr. Pepper produced a fanzine, "Pepper Rangers Gazette".

        When Lloyd Perryman was called into the service, Ken Carson replaced him and the format of the programs changed to include Ken's whistled accompaniment to the Farr Brothers introduction and exit instrumentals. Ken also shared soloist honours with Martha Mears and had an increasing amount of dialogue including the comedy sections with Hugh Farr. The programs often included a Hugh Farr vocal solo.

        The program name was eventually changed to 10-2-4 Time and Martha Mears remained in charge. The entrance and exit themes changed somewhat over the years.

       The track list for the Dr. Pepper Shows is incomplete. There were at least 524 shows but there is also a #624 show called "Personal Album (12491)". We use the record number when we have it and the shows were sometimes numbered out of sequence. As we find more records, we will update the list.

       Although the songs and instrumentals were usually recorded specifically for the 10-2-4 program, the Orthacoustic Transcriptions were occasionally used. Some of the songs recorded for the earliest 10-2-4 programs were slipped into later programs and most of these were used for the 1947-48 Teleways Transcriptions. The Teleways Transcriptions also used the 1945 introduction and exit themes.

 


 

10-2-4 Ranch. Sponsored By Dr. Pepper. Radio Recorders Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. 2-5 April 1941. unavailable
Side One: Program No. 189. With Dick Foran, Martha Mears, and the Sons of the Pioneers. 2 April 1941.
Side Two: Program No. 190. With Dick Foran, Martha Mears, and the Sons of the Pioneers. 5 April 1941.
Transcription Disc TR-85

10-2-4 RANCH

(starring Dick Foran, Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers)

 

#001 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1941 11 22 First episode

 

#153 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 01 08 (Art Gilmore commercial announcer)

1. Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) Pioneers with solo by Dick Foran

2. Chuckwagon Blues (Pioneers with solo by Bob Nolan)

3. Instrumental featuring Hugh and Karl Farr

4. Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez) (solo by Dick Foran)

5. The Prairie Sings a Lullaby (Glenn Spencer) solo by Martha Mears

6. Instrumental featuring Hugh and Karl Farr

 

#154 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 01 11

1. Instrumental by the Tune Twirlers

2. Flow Gently, Sweet Afton (Robert Burns/Jonathan E. Spilman) solo by Dick Foran

3. My Grandfather's Clock (Henry Clay Work) Pioneers with solo by Lloyd Perryman

4. Old Chisholm Trail (Pioneers with solo by Dick Foran)

5. Shadows of the Night (Martha Mears & Lloyd Perryman duet) melody from Offenbach's Barcarolle

6. Where the Rio Rolls Along (Tim Spencer) Pioneers with verse by Lloyd Perryman

 

#155 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 01 13

1. Ne Ha Neé (Bob Nolan) Pioneers with solo by Lloyd Perryman with Martha Mears (background)

2. The Railroad Corral (Pioneers with solo by Dick Foran)

3. Sweet Dreams (Instrumental featuring Hugh and Karl Farr)

4. Ridin' on the Sunshine Trail (Tim Spencer) Pioneers with verse by Lloyd Perryman

5. Rock Me to Sleep in My Rocky Mountain Home," (Fred Howard - Nat Vincent - Billy Hill  - William Raskin) solo by Martha Mears)

6. Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan) Pioneers with solo by Dick Foran

7. Farr Brothers instrumental moving into the Dr. Pepper theme

 

#156 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 01 15 ("one year on radio today")

1. Keep an Eye on Your Heart (solo by Martha Mears)

2. The Gal I Left Behind Me (solo by Dick Foran backed by Pioneers)

3. Comin' Through the Rye (Robert Burns) instrumental by Tune Twirlers

3. It's a Great Life in Plainville (solo by Pat Brady)

4. I'll Take you Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf) solo by Dick Foran

5. Home Again in Ol' Wyomin' (Tim Spencer) Pioneers

6. Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#165 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 02 05

1. This ain't the Same Old Range (Bob Nolan) solo by Dick Foran

2. Somewhere Sometime (solo by Martha Mears)

3. Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) (Stephen Foster) instrumental

4. Press Along to the Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Pioneers with solo by Dick Foran

5. Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan) Pioneers

6. Oh Susanna (Stephen Foster) Farr Brothers instrumental moving into the Dr. Pepper theme

 

#169 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 02 15

1. Cowboys & Indians (Pioneers featuring Pat Brady)

2. There's a Round-up in the Sky (Bob Nolan) Dick Foran solo

3. Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer) Pioneers with verse by Lloyd Perryman

4. Long, Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly) solo by Martha Mears backed by the Pioneers)

5. Hill Country (Glenn Spencer) Dick Foran and the Sons of the Pioneers

6. Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#170 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 02 17

1. Westward Ho! (Tim Spencer) Dick Foran and the Sons of the Pioneers

2. Shadows of the Wildwood (Bob Nolan) solo by Martha Mears

3. My Old Pal (Bob Nolan) Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers

4. Instrumental by the Tune Twirlers

5. Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen (Dick Foran)

6. O Susanna leading into the Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#173 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 02 24

1. Ne Ha Neé (Bob Nolan) Solo by Lloyd Perryman

2. Love in a Song (solo by Martha Mears)

3. Lorita (Dick Foran solo)

4. Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

5. I Belong to the Range (Glenn Spencer) Dick Foran solo

6. Farr Bros. instrumental leading into Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#174 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 02 26 the last program with the galloping cowboys intro

1. A Cowboy has to Sing (Bob Nolan) Dick Foran solo

2. Give Me Music in the Evening (Martha Mears solo)

3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Pioneers with solo by Hugh Farr)

4. The Golden Wedding Waltz (Tim Spencer) Pioneers with history of the song

5. Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster) Dick Foran solo

6. Farr Bros. instrumental leading into Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#195 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 04 16 remembering Dick's and Martha's favorite songs over the past 2 years.

1. Riding Down that Old Wyoming Trail (Martha Mears solo with Pioneers backing)

2. Ridin' Home (Bob Nolan) solo by Dick Foran

3. Little Sleepyhead (Martha Mears solo)

4. Come back to Erin, Mavourneen (Charlotte Alington Barnard) Dick Foran solo

5. Knitting Serenade (Martha Mears solo)

6. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf) Dick Foran solo

7. Brahms Lullaby (Martha Mears solo)

7. Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#196 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943  04 19

1. Ne Ha Neé (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman solo

2. The Covered Wagon Rolled Along (Hy Heath / Britt Wood) Dick Foran solo

3. I ain't a-Worryin' (Hugh Farr and the Pioneers)

4. Instrumental featuring the Tune Twirlers

5. Drip, Drip Drop (Martha Mears solo)

6. Oh Susanna (Stephen Foster) Farr Bros. instrumental moving into Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#213 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 05 28

1. Brazil (Dick Foran with the Pioneers)

2. My Moonlight Madonna (Martha Mears solo)

3. Cattle Call Rondolet (Glenn Spencer) Pioneers

4. Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan) Pioneers & Tune Twirlers with solo by Bob Nolan

5. Tune Twirlers instrumental

6. Oh Susanna (Stephen Foster) Tune Twirlers instrumental moving into Dr. Pepper Theme

 

#214 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 05 31

1. Where are You Now? (Martha Mears solo)

2. Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan) Dick Foran with Pioneers and Tune Twirlers

3. Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan) Pioneers with verses by Bob.

4. Instrumental featuring the Farr Brothers.

5. All at Once (Lloyd Perryman) solo by Lloyd

6. Tune Twirler's instrumental moving into Dr. Pepper Theme

 

10-2-4 Time (Formerly Titled 10-2-4 Ranch). Sponsored by Dr. Pepper. Radio Recorders, Inc. 27-29 June 1943. unavailable
Side One: Program No. 519. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers. 27 June 1943.
Side Two: Program No. 520. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers. 29 June 1943.
Transcription Disc TR-851

 

10-2-4 Time (Formerly Titled 10-2-4 Ranch). Sponsored by Dr. Pepper. Radio Recorders, Inc. 6-9 July 1943. unavailable
Side One: Program No. 523. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers. 6 July 1943.

 

10-2-4 Time (Formerly Titled 10-2-4 Ranch). Sponsored by Dr. Pepper. Radio Recorders, Inc. 6-9 July 1943 unavailable

Side Two: Program No. 524. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers. 9 July 1943.
Transcription Disc TR-853

 

10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943  07 14

1. Ciri Biri Bin (Martha Mears solo)

2. I Ride an Old Paint (Dick Foran and the Pioneers)

3. Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Instrumental

4. A Great Life in Plainville (Pat Brady solo)

5. Adios (Dick Foran and the Pioneers)

6. 'Way Out There (Bob Nolan) Pioneers

7. Farr Brothers instrumental leading to Dr. Pepper theme

 

10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 07 16

1. Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan) Bob and the Pioneers

2. Just a Wish on a Falling Star (Martha Mears solo)

3. Instrumental with Tune Twirlers

4. Cool Water (Bob Nolan) Dick Foran solo

5. Instrumental

 


Sometime between July and December, 1943, Dick Foran left the 10-2-4 Ranch and Bob temporarily took over his scripts and solos. Ken Carson has taken Lloyd's place in the trio. Hugh has taken over Pat Brady's comedy. The Tune Twirlers are now listed after the Sons of the Pioneers. Tex O'Brien provided the ad for Dr. Pepper. The introduction was a few bars of the first song.


 

10-2-4 RANCH

(starring Martha Mears, Bob Nolan with the Sons of the Pioneers and the Tune Twirlers)

 

 

10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 12 29 a Christmas holiday program

1. Gay Ranchero (Abe Tuvim-Ew/ Francia Luban-Ew / J. Espinosa) Martha Mears solo with Pioneer backing

2. Lazy Bones featuring Hugh Farr

3. Jubilation Jamboree (Glenn Spencer) Pioneers

4. The Old Gray Mare instrumental

5. Love's Old Sweet Song (J. L Molloy/G. Clifton Bingham) Martha Mears solo

6. I'm Thinking Tonight of my Blue Eyes (A. P. Carter) Bob Nolan solo

 

10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1943 12 31 New Years Eve program

1. Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan) Pioneers

2. Let the Rest of the World Go By (Ernest Ball / J Keirn Brennan) Martha Mears solo

3. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

4. Hear dem Bells (Pioneers with verses by Bob Nolan)

5. The Cornflower - instrumental by the Tune Twirlers

6. Auld Lang Syne (Martha Mears and the Pioneers)

 


A new introduction and a new exit theme song whistled by Ken Carson is introduced sometime in here. It is used for years of radio programs after this, including the Teleways Transcriptions. Martha and Ken take over the solos and Ken takes over Pat Brady's comedy spot with Hugh Farr. The audience is urged to buy war bonds and help on the home front in any way they can.  Martha is the MC and provides the ad for war bonds, Tex O'Brien for Dr. Pepper.


 

#335 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 03 08 (63929)

1. Estelita (Ponce) Mears solo

2. Rosita's Papa (Hugh Farr) featuring the Farr Brothers.

3. The Cowboy Serenade (While I'm Rollin' My Last Cigarette) by Rich Hall (Solo by Ken Carson)

4. Honey (Richard A. Whiting/Seymour Simons/Haven Gillespie) Hugh Farr solo

5. Do I Worry? (Stanley Cowan/Bobby Worth) Martha Mears solo, with the Sons of the Pioneers

6. Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock) Pioneers

 

#336 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 03 10

1. When You Wore a Tulip (Jack Mahoney-Percy Wenrich) Pioneers with verse by Hugh Farr

2. Old Wyomin' Trail (Martha Mears solo)

3. Tico Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu) Instrumental

4. One More River to Cross (Pioneers featuring Hugh)

5. Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger (Ken Carson solo)

6. Shadows of the Wildwood (Bob Nolan) Martha Mears solo.

 

# 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 03 17  St. Patrick's Day

1. Moonlight on the Prairie (Bob Nolan / Tim Spencer) Pioneers with verse by Ken Carson.

2. Kerry Dance (Martha Mears solo)

3. Texas Plains (Stuart Hamblen) Pioneers

4. Irish Washerwoman instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

5. Halfway 'Round the World (Bob Nolan) Martha Mears solo.

6. Old Rockin' Chair (Willie James Clarke / Clarence Henry Reid)  Hugh Farr solo

 

10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 03 20

1. By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Ed Madden/Gus Evans) Martha Mears solo with Pioneers

2. Twilight on the Trail (Sidney D. Mitchell/Louis Alter) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson - probably the worst example of harmony.

3. Wabash Blues (Dave Ringle/Fred Meinken) instrumental

4. I'll See You in  my Dreams (Gus Kahn/Isham Jones) Hugh Farr solo

5. There's a Rainbow over the Range (Tim Spencer) Martha Mears solo

6. Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers) Sons of the Pioneers

 

#365 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 05 17 (365th broadcast - Don Forbes is now the Dr. Pepper ad plugger)

1. Old Spinning Wheel (Billy Hill) Ken Carson solo

2. Hear dem Bells (Pioneers)

3. What's the Good Word, Mr. Bluebird? (Al Hoffman/Allan Roberts/Jerry Livingston) Martha Mears solo

4. Oh, Susanna (Stephen Foster) instrumental with the original Dr. Pepper song at the end.

5. Moonlight on the Colorado (Billy Hill/Robert King) Sons of the Pioneers

6. The Same Old Story (Michael Field/Newt Oliphant) Martha Mears solo

 

#366 10-2-4 Ranch Show Date: 1944 05 19

1. Sweet Genevieve (George Cooper/Henry Tucker) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson 

2. Brazili Willie (Martha Mears solo)

3. A Swingaroo Instrumental

4. I'll See You in my Dreams (Gus Kahn/Isham Jones) Hugh Farr solo

5. Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer) Pioneers

6. Speak to Me of Love (Bruce Siever/Jean Lenoir) Martha Mears solo

 


10-2-4 

(starring Martha Mears, Bob Nolan with the Sons of the Pioneers and the Tune Twirlers with Ivan Ditmars)

The word "Ranch" was dropped from the introduction.

 


#385 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 03 (63932) Mentions the fanzine

1. Old Rockin' Chair (Willie James Clarke / Clarence Henry Reid)  featuring Hugh Farr

2. Texas Polka (Pioneers vocal)

3. April Showers (Bud G. DeSylva/Louis silvers) Martha Mears solos)

4. Two for Tea instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

5. Noche de Ronda (Augustin Lara) featuring Ken Carson

6. America the Bautiful (Katharine Lee Bates) Martha Mears solo

 

#386 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 05 (63933)

1. Hands Across the Border

 

#387 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 07 (63934)

1. By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Ed Madden/Gus Evans)  (Martha Mears solo)

2. Ne Ha Nee (Bob Nolan) Pioneers with Martha in background

3. Shortnin' Bread featuring Hugh Farr

4. Instrumental by the Tune Twirlers

5. My Adobe Hacienda (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Pioneers with verse by Ken Carson

6. Give Me Music (Martha Mears solo)

7. Whistled Dr. Pepper theme

 

#388 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 10

1. You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

2. La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier) Ken Carson solo

3. My Ideal (Martha Mears solo)

4. Are you from Dixie? (Jack Yellen / George L. Cobb) Hugh Farr solo

5. Whoopee Ti Yi Yo (Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers)

6. Dark Eyes Instrumental

 

#389 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 12 (37646)

1. Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) Ken Carson solo

2. Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional) Hugh Farr solo

3. My Sweet Embraceable You (Martha Mears solo)

4. Moonlight on the Prairie (Bob Nolan / Tim Spencer) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

5. Polly Wolly Doodle instrumental featuring Hugh Farr's harmonica

6. I Took One Look at You (Martha Mears solo)

 

#390 10-2-4 Show Date: 1944 07 14 (37650)

1. Amor (Ricardo López Méndez / Gabriel Ruiz) Ken Carson solo

2. Up a Lazy River (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) Martha Mears & Hugh Farr duet

3. Cimarron (Johnny Bond) Pioneers

4. It had to be You (Isham Jones / Gus Kahn) Instrumental

5. A Summer Night's Rain (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

6. Zing Went the Strings of my Heart (James F. Hanley) Martha Mears solo

 

#391 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1944 07 17 (37651)

1. The Ferris Wheel

 

#392 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1944 07 19 (37652)

1. Ramona (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne)

 

#393 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1944 07 21 (37653)

1. Tico Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu) Instrumental

 

#394 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 07/24/44 (37654)

1. South American Way

 

#395 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 07/26/44 (37655)

1. Moonlight Bay

 

#396 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 07/28/44 (37656)

1. My Little Buckaroo (Jack Scholl/M. K. Jerome

 

#399 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 08/04/44 (37657)

1. There's Silver on the Sage Tonight

 

#414 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/08/44. Roy Rogers is a guest on this program.

 

#418 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/18/44 (37674)

1. The G. I. Blues

 

#419 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/20/44 (37675)

1. Chico

 

#420 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/22/44 (37676)

1. Ridin' for the Rancho Tonight

 

#421 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/22/44 (37677) (This is the date I have. It may be a misprint.)

1. Tea for Two

 

#422 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 09/27/44 (37678)

1. Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

 

#425 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 10/04/44 (37679)

1. Are You from Dixie? (Jack Yellen / George L. Cobb)

 

#426 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 10/06/44 (37680)

1. It had to be You (Isham Jones / Gus Kahn)

 

#427 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 10/09/44 (37681)

1.Begin the Beguine

 

#428 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 10/11/44 (37682)

1. White Christmas

 

#443 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 11/15/44 (37685)

1. Sometimes I'm Happy

 

#444 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 11/17/44 (37686)

1. Stardust

 

#458 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 12/10/44 (37688)

1. La Cucaracha

 


10-2-4 TIME

(starring Martha Mears, Bob Nolan with the Sons of the Pioneers and the Tune Twirlers with Ivan Ditmars)

 


#455 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1944 12 13 (37683)

1. What a Difference a Day Makes (Stanley Adams / Maria Grever) Martha Mears solo

2. Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer) Pioneers featuring Bob Nolan and Hugh Farr

3. Instrumental

4. I ain't a-Worryin' (Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman)

5. A New Star (Martha Mears solo)

6. Cherry, Save Your Lovin' for Me (Ken Carson solo)

 

#456 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1944 12 15 (37684)

1. Jingle Bells (Martha Mears and the Pioneers)

2. That's What I Like About the South (Hugh Farr solo)

3. Maria Elena (Lorenzo Barcelata) Ken Carson solo

4. Cleaning My Rifle (Allie Wrubel) Pioneers with verse by Ken Carson

5. Blue Danube Swing featuring Ivan Ditmars

6. Cottage Small by a Waterfall (Buddy G. De Sylva and James. F. Hanley) Martha Mears solo

 

#457 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 12/18/44 (37687)

1. Ciribiribin

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 02

1. Sing Something Simple (Martha Mears solo)

2. Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan) Pioneers

3. Liebestraum (Franz Liszt) featuring Ivan Ditmars

4. Hitch Old Dobbin to the Shay Again (Spike Jones) Hugh Farr solo

5. Let the Rest of the World Go By Ernest Ball / J Keirn Brennan) Martha Mears solo

6. Beneath the Brazilian Moon (Ken Carson solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 04 

1. You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

2. Love is the Sweetest Thing (Ray Noble) Martha Mears solo

3. River Stay Way from my Door (Harry M. Woods, Mort Dixon) Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr

4. Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks) - Instrumental

5. Whoopie-ti-Yi-Yo (Martha Mears and the Pioneers)

6. My Adobe Hacienda (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

 

#465 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 06 (37689)

1. Tico Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu) Instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

2. In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree (Harry Williams and Egbert Van Alstyne) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson solo

3. Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman) Martha Mears solo

4. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (m. John Turner Layton, Jr. / lyrics by Henry Creamer) Hugh Farr solo

5. Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Bob Nolan

6. Just Give Me Music (Martha Mears Solo)

 

#466 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 08 (37690)

1. Magic is the Moonlight (Te quiero dijiste) (María Grever) Martha Mears solo

2. Camptown Races  (Stephen Foster)  Instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

3. A Cowboy they Called Slim (Tim said he wrote it)

4. Ramona (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Ken Carson solo

5. Shine On, Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth) Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr

6. Think of Me (Martha Mears solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 15 starting 4th consecutive year

1. Shine (Hugh Farr solo)

2. South American Way (Martha Mears solo)

3. Texas Polka (Pioneers)

4. Farr Away Stomp (Hugh Farr) instrumental

5. An Irish Lullaby (J.R. Shannon) Martha Mears solo

6. Three Little Words (Martha Mears solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 17

1. Waiting for the Robert E. Lee (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Pioneers with verse by Bob Nolan

2. Keep an Eye on Your Heart (Martha Mears solo)

3. Sam's Song (Quadling, Lew . Jack Elliott) Instrumental featuring Ken Carson's whistling.

4. Old Rockin' Chair (Willie James Clarke / Clarence Henry Reid) Hugh Farr solo

5. Ridin' Down that Old Wyomin' Trail (Martha Mears solo with Pioneers)

6. Ven mi corazón te llama (Ken Carson solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 19

1. Brazili Willie (Martha Mears solo with the Pioneers)

2. Honey (Richard A. Whiting/Seymour Simons/Haven Gillespie) Hugh Farr solo

3. There's a New Moon over My Shoulder (Jimmie Davis, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic) Pioneers with verse by Ken Carson

4. Farr Away Stomp (Farr Brothers) Instrumental

5. Always  (Irving Berlin) Martha Mears solo

6. Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster) Ken Carson solo

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 22

1. When it's Springtime in the Rockies (Mary Hale Woolsey / Robert Sauer & Milt Taggart) Pioneers with solo by Ken Carson

2. Mandy is Two (Billie Holiday /Teddy Wilson) Martha Mears solo

3. Adios Señor (Carson solo in Spanish)

4. Am I Blue? (Hugh Farr solo)

5. Carolina Moon (Joe Burke and Benny Davis) Martha Mears and Pioneers

6. Buffalo Gals instrumental

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 24

1. You Belong to my Heart "Solamente una vez" (Ray Gilvert / Augustin Lara) Martha Mears solo

2. American Patrol (Frank White (F.W.) Meacham) Instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

3. Cool Water (Bob Nolan) "selected by the Congressional Library for its historical archives"

4. For You (Al Dubin / Joe Burke) Ken Carson solo

5. My Isle of Golden Dreams (Gus Kahn / Walter Blaufuss) Martha Mears and the Pioneers)

6. Some Folks (Stephen Foster) Pioneers each have a verse

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 26

1. Song of the Volga Boatmen - instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

2. Perfidia (Alberto Domingue / Eng. Milton Leeds) Martha Mears and the Pioneers

3. When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again (Wiley Walker / Gene Sullivan) Pioneers

4. On the Sunny Side of the Street (Dorothy Fields / Jimmy McHugh) Hugh Farr solo

5. The Same Little Chapel (Meredith Wilson) (Mears solo of Maj. Meredith Wilson's song)

6. Liebestraum Instrumental

 

#475 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 29 (63938)

1. Mama Maria (Ken Carson solo)

2. Time on My Hands (Harold Adamson / Mack Gordon / Vincent Youmans) Martha Mears solo

3. Shortnin' Bread (Hugh Farr solo)

4. Irish Washerwoman Instrumental

6. Roses on the Trail (Allan Fleming) Martha Mears solo

7. Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m) Pioneers

 

#476 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 01 31 (63939)

1. What a Difference a Day Makes (Stanley Adams / Maria Grever) Martha Mears solo

2. Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker) Pioneers

3. Funiculi Funicula instrumental

4. Missouri Waltz (J. R. Shannon / John V. Eppel) Martha Mears solo

5. Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan) Pioneers with verse by Lloyd Perryman

6. A Stone's Throw from Heaven (Nat Burton/Johnny Green/Bob Ray) Martha Mears solo

 

#477 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 02

1. Tea for Two (Irving Caesar/Vincent Youmans) Martha Mears solo

2. Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.) Pioneers with verses by Ken Carson

3. Lady Be Good (George Gershwin) Instrumental

4. Cuddle Up a Little Closer (Otto Harbach/Karl Hoschna) Hugh Farr solo

5. Ride On, My Prairie Pinto (Alice Blackmore/Carmen Cortez) Martha Mears & Pioneers

6. When You're with Me (Martha Mears solo)

 

#478 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 05

1. When You Wish upon a Star (‎Leigh Harline; Ned Washington) Martha Mears solo

2. Karl Farr Instrumental

3. Sleepy Rio Grande (Carson J Robison) Pioneers

4. Amor (Ricardo López Méndez / Gabriel Ruiz)  (Ken Carson solo)

5. Bulldog on the Bank and the Bullfrog in the Pool (a cappella Pioneers with Hugh Farr solo)

6. By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Edward Madden/Gus Edwards) Martha Mears solo & Pioneers

 

#479 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 07 (63997)

1. Begin the Beguine (Cole Porter) Instrumental

2. Smiles (J. Will Callahan; Lee S. Roberts) Martha Mears backed by Pioneers

3. When You're Lonely for Someone (Tim Spencer) Pioneers

4. Rootin' Tootin' Cowboy (Hugh Farr and Martha Mears duet)

5. Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks) (Ken Carson solo)

6. My Moonlight Madonna (Martha Mears solo)

 

#480 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 09 (63998)

1. Magic is the Moonlight (Te quiero dijiste) (María Grever) Martha Mears solo

2. Are You from Dixie?  (Jack Yellen / George L. Cobb) Hugh Farr solo

3. Girl of my Dreams (Sunny Clapp) Pioneers barbershop - Ken Carson solo

4. Give Me a Home on the Plains (Fleming Allan) Martha Mears solo

5. Chinatown Instrumental

6. Comin' through the Rye (Robert Burns) Martha Mears solo

 

#481 Show Date: 02/12/45 (37691)

1. Shine On, Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth)

 

#482 Show Date: 02/14/45 (37692)

1. It had to be You (Isham Jones / Gus Kahn)

 

#483 10-2-4 Time Show Date:1945  02 16 (37693)

1. Ne Ha Nee (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

2. Indian Summer (Harry Williams / Art Hickman) Martha Mears solo

3. The Music Box Goes 'Round instrumental

4. Up a Lazy River (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) Martha Mears and Hugh Farr duet

5. My Grandfather's Clock (Henry Clay Work) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

6. Whoopie-ti-yi-yo (Martha Mears and the Pioneers)

 

#484 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 19 (37694)

1. South of the Border (Jimmy Kennedy / Michael Carr) Ken Carson solo

2. Do I Worry? (Stanley Cowan / Bobby Worth) Martha Mears solo

3. One More River to Cross (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

4. Kitten on the Keys - Instrumental

5. Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes (Martha Mears solo)

6. Wagons Westward Ho (Tim Spencer) Pioneers

 

#485 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 21 (21499)

1. Cuddle Up a Little Closer (Otto Harbach/Karl Hoschna) Martha Mears solo

2. Camptown Races  (Stephen Foster)  Instrumental

3. Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez) Pioneers with Bob Nolan solo

4. Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan) solo by Martha Mears

5. Goofus (Phil Harris) Instrumental

6. Down by the Old Millstream (Tell Taylor) Pioneers featuring Tim Spencer

 

#486 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 02 23 (21500)

1. I Hear a Rhapsody (George Fragos, Jack Baker & Dick Gasparre) Martha Mears solo)

2. The Last Round-up (Billy Hill) Ken Carson and Pioneers

3. Honey Child (Hugh Farr solo)

4. Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) instrumental

5. Maryland, My Maryland (James R. Randall) Martha Mears solo

6. I Only have Eyes for You (Al Dubin/Harry Warren) Martha Mears solo

 

#489 10-2-4 Time Show Date:03/02/45 (37695)

1. Texas Polka

 

#490 10-2-4 Time Show Date:03/05/45 (37696)

1. You Belong to Me

 

#491 10-2-4 Time Show Date:03/07/45 (37697)

1. Alabama Bound

 

#492 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 03/09/45 (37623)

1. The Toy Commando

 

#493 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 03 12 (37624)

1. Blue Skies (Irving Berlin) Martha Mears solo

2. When Your Heart's on Easy Street (Phil Ohman / Ned Washington) Pioneers & Martha Mears featuring Tim

3. Instrumental

4. Red River Valley (Martha Mears & Pioneers)

5. The Honey Song [Honey, I'm in Love with You] (Arbie Gibson/Curt Massey) Ken Carson solo

6. Timber (Pioneers)

 

#494 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 03 14

1. The Gal I Left Behind Me (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

2. What a Difference a Day Makes (Stanley Adams / Maria Grever) Martha Mears solo

3. The Golden Wedding Waltz (Tim Spencer) Pioneers

4. Irish Washerwoman - Instrumental featuring Ivan Ditmars

5. My Little Buckaroo (Jack Scholl/M. K. Jerome) Martha Mears & Pioneers

6. Sing Something Simple (Martha Mears solo)

 

#499 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 03 26 (63999)

1. Tico Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu) Instrumental

2. Easter Parade (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Pioneers

3. Am I Blue? (Hugh Farr solo)

4. Wigwam Song (Glenn Spencer) Martha Mears solo

5. Along the Santa Fe Trail (Al Dubin/Edwina Coolidge/Will Grosz [Hugh Williams]) Ken Carson solo

6. America the Beautiful (Katherine Lee Bates/Samuel A. Ward) Martha Mears solo

 

#500 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 03 28 (64002)

1. Easter Parade (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Martha Mears solo

2. Shine On, Harvest Moon  (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth) Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr

3. Spanish number by Ken Carson

4. Instrumental

5. Cool Water (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Bob Nolan

6. By the Light of the Silvery Moon (Ed Madden/Gus Evans)  (Martha Mears solo)

 

#501 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 03 30 (64003)

1. Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

 

#502 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 04/02/45 (64004)

1. Lilac Time

 

#504 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 04/06/45 (64013)

1. Mama Maria

 

#505 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 09 (64016)

1. Kilowatt Stomp (Farr Brothers Instrumental)

2. Old Buckaroo (Fleming Allan) Martha Mears with the Pioneers

3. Rose of Rio de Janeiro (Ken Carson solo)

4. Memories (Gus Kahn/Egbert Van Alstyne) Martha Mears solo with Pioneers

5. I'll See You in my Dreams (Gus Kahn/Isham Jones) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

6. Open up dem Pearly Gates (Carson J. Robison/Frank Luther) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

 

#506 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 11 (64017)

1. Red Sails in the Sunset (Jimmy Kennedy/Hugh Williams [Will Grosz]) Pioneers

2. Battle of Jericho instrumental

3. My Old Kentucky Home (Stephen Foster) Martha Mears solo

4. Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer) Ken Carson solo

5. I Long for the Hills of Wyoming (Martha Mears & Pioneers)

6. Dark Eyes Instrumental

 

#507 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 13 (64858)

1. Beautiful Ohio (Ballard MacDonald/Mary Earl) Martha Mears & Pioneers

2. La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier) Ken Carson solo

3. Blue Danube instrumental

4. Wind (Bob Nolan) Pioneers

5. I'll Walk Alone (Sammy Cahn/Jule Styne) Martha Mears solo

6. A Cowboy has to Sing (Bob Nolan) Pioneers, featuring Hugh Farr.

 

#511 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 23 (64859)

1. Hills of Old Wyoming (Leo Robin/Ralph Rainger) Pioneers featuring Tim Spencer

2. Rosita's Papa (Hugh Farr) instrumental

3. Sweet and Low (Alfred Lord Tennyson/Joseph Barnby) Martha Mears & Pioneers

4. Side by Side (Harry Woods) Ken Carson & Pioneers

5. Rootin' Tootin' Cowboy (Martha Mears and Hugh Farr duet)

6. Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m) Pioneers

 

#512 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 25 (64860)

1. I'll be Seeing You (Irving Kahal/Sammy Fain) Martha Mears solo

2. Mandy Lee (Thurland Chattaway) Pioneers barbershop

3. Song of the Volga Boatmen - Instrumental

4. Bicycle Built for Two (Harry Dacre) Ken Carson & Martha Mears duet

5. Home on the Range  (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

6. One More River to Cross (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

 

#513 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 27 (64861)

1. Beneath a Brazilian Moon (Ken Carson solo)

2. Swannee River [Old Folks at Home] (Stephen Foster) Martha Mears & Pioneers

3. When it's Springtime in the Rockies (Mary Hale Woolsey / Robert Sauer & Milt Taggart) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

4. Froggie Went a-Courting (Hugh Farr)

5. Always (Irving Berlin) Martha Mears solo

6. (Instrumental)

 

#514 10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 04 30 (64862)

1. Lazy (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr

2. Time on My Hands [You in my Arms] (Harold Adamson&Mack Gordon/Vincent Youmans) Martha Mears & Pioneers

3. Song of the San Joaquin (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer) Ken Carson & Pioneers

4. Happy Cowboy (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Bob

5. In the Gloaming (Meta Orred/Annie Fortescue Harrison) Martha Mears & Pioneers

6. The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond instrumental

 

10-2-4 Time (Formerly Titled 10-2-4 Ranch). Sponsored by Dr. Pepper. Radio Recorders, Inc. Program No. 521-522.
Side One: Program No. 521. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers.
Side Two: Program No. 522. Starring Martha Mears and the Sons of the Pioneers with the Tune Twirlers.
Transcription Disc TR-852

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 07 31

1. Ridin' for the Rancho (Cindy Walker) Martha Mears & Ken Carson duet, Bob-echo

2. Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer) Pioneers

3. Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) Ken Carson solo

4. Dark Eyes Instrumental

5. Alice Blue Gown (Joseph McCarthy/Harry Tierney) Martha Mears solo

6. My Grandfather's Clock (Henry Clay Work) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 02

1. Instrumental

2. Girl of My Dreams (Sunny Clapp) (Pioneers featuring Ken Carson)

3. Blue Skies (Irving Berlin) (Martha Mears solo)

4. Honey (Richard A. Whiting/Seymour Simons/Haven Gillespie) Hugh Farr solo

5. Old Buckaroo (Fleming Allan) Martha Mears & Pioneers

6. Lorita (Ken Carson solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 04

1. Alabamy Bound (B G de Slyva & Bud Green/Ray Henderson) Hugh Farr solo

2. Year of Jubilo [Kingdom Coming] Pioneers featuring Bob Nolan

3. I Hear a Rhapsody (George Fragos, Jack Baker & Dick Gasparre) Martha Mears solo

4. Ridin' Home (Bob Nolan) Ken Carson solo

5. Dark Eyes Instrumental

6. Maryland, My Maryland (James R. Randall) (Martha Mears & Pioneers)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 07

1. I'll Remember April (Pat Johnston, Don Raye & Gene de Paul) Martha Mears solo

2. Following the Sun (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

3. Farr Brothers Instrumental

4. River Stay Way from my Door (Harry M. Woods, Mort Dixon) Hugh Farr solo

5. Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

6. Here in the Velvet Night (Martha Mears solo)

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 09

1. Little Sleepyhead (Martha Mears solo)

2. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

3. Rose of Rio de Janeiro (Ken Carson solo)

4. You are So Nice to Come Home To (Cole Porter) Martha Mears solo

5. The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker) Pioneers

6. Instrumental featuring Karl Farr

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 08/11/45

1. Rio de Janeiro (Martha Mears solo)

2. Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

3. Karl Farr Instrumental

4. Crawdad Song (Hugh Farr & Bob Nolan and the Pioneers)

5. I'll See You in my Dreams (Gus Kahn/Isham Jones)  Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

6. Whispering (John Schonberger/Richard Coburn/Vincent Rose) Martha Mears solo

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 23

1. Do I Worry? (Stanley Cowan/Bobby Worth) Martha Mears solo

2. Moonlight on the Prairie (Bob Nolan / Tim Spencer) Ken Carson verse

3. Adios Señor (Ken Carson solo)

4. Humoresque (Dvořák) Instrumental

5. Somebody Loves Me (B G DeSylva & Ballard MacDonald/George Gershwin) Martha Mears solo

6. Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional) Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 25

1. I've Got Rhythm (George & Ira Gerswhin) Instrumental

2. My Isle of Golden Dreams (Gus Kahn / Walter Blaufuss) Martha Mears & Ken Carson duet

3. Mama Maria (Ken Carson solo)

4. Are you from Dixie?  (Jack Yellen / George L. Cobb) Hugh Farr solo

5. Cottage Small by a Waterfall (Buddy G. De Sylva and James. F. Hanley) Martha Mears solo

6. Stars of the West (Tim Spencer) Pioneers featuring Ken Carson

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 28

1. On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan) Pioneers featuring Lloyd Perryman

2. Comin' Through the Rye (Martha Mears solo)

3. Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger (Ken Carson solo)

4. Istanbul Instrumental

5. The Cowboy's Lullaby (Martha Mears & Pioneers)

6. Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer) Pioneers

 

10-2-4 Time Show Date: 1945 08 30

1. Texas Polka (Pioneers)

2. Two Silhouettes in the Moonlight (Geo. H. Sanders/Clarence Kelley??)  Martha Mears solo

3. Lorita (Ken Carson solo)

4. Gal I Left Behind Me (Pioneers featuring Hugh Farr)

5. That Old Fusty Grandpa (Mears solo)

6. Instrumental

 

#624 Personal Album (12491)

1. Ragtime Cowboy Joe (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams)

 


Armed Forces Radio Services (AFRS) COMMAND PERFORMANCE

As early as 1940 the War Department was using short-wave radio broadcasts to inform and educate Americans overseas. In 1941 entertainment was added the mix. Departing troops were issued "B" kits ("B" for "Buddy") that consisted of radios, phonographs, 10-inch shellac 78-rpm phonograph records and 12-inch 33-rpm transcription discs of popular radio shows. Within 3 months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the War Department began producing original variety shows to beef-up troop morale beginning with Command Performance. Command Performance had an interesting purpose. The enlisted men would request entertainers they wanted to hear and the artists were commanded to record a show for them. The Sons of the Pioneers gave of their talent freely and gladly to do what they could to encourage and support the men who were fighting for them.
 

The Armed Forces Radio Services was formally established 26 May 1942 to generate additional programming for the troops. Initially AFRS programming included mostly transcribed commercial network radio shows such as the Kraft Music Hall with the commercials removed. Soon numerous original AFRS programs such as Mail Call were added to the mix. At its peak in 1945 the AFRS was generating about 20 hours of original programming each week. The AFRS could command the services of the best writers and performers without regard to their network or studio contractual obligations. It was on Command Performance, for example, that the Sons of the Pioneers were paired in song with Frank Sinatra. And the AFRS got these services for free. These programs were broadcast to the troops overseas, and usually were not heard by Americans at home. (From Command Performance USA! A Discography compiled by Harry MacKenzie, Greenwood Press, 1996 and Brass Button Broadcasters by Trent Christman, Turner Publishing, 1992.)

 


 

MELODY ROUNDUP 1942-45

(Sons of the Pioneers)

 

The following is the track list from several programs of 15-minutes each. We do not know how many programs the Sons of the Pioneers recorded. This list is courtesy of Jimmy Willhelm and Madison.  These shows were designed for the entertainment of servicemen and servicewomen overseas during the second world war and generally were not heard by audiences here or in the United States. See also the website for the Old Time Radio Researchers.

 

Melody Roundup Show #190 - Richard Dix & Chill Wills
When The Prairie Sun Says Good Morning (Bob Nolan)
The Gypsy Warning
Comin' Through The Korn

Rocky Road in the Rockies (Glenn Spencer)

Sagebrush Symphony

Melody Roundup Show #192
Echoes From The Hills (Bob Nolan)
Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)
Soldiers's Joy
Cool Water (Bob Nolan)
Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Melody Roundup Show #194
I Grab My Saddle Horn & Blow (Bob Nolan)
Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)
Ridin' Home (Bob Nolan)
Song Of The Bandit (Bob Nolan)

Melody Roundup Show #196
River Robin (Bob Nolan)
All At Once
Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)
Cajun Stomp
Na Ha Nee (Bob Nolan)


Melody Roundup Show #214
 

Jubilation Jamboree (Glenn Spencer)

Rose Of Tralee
Cajun Stomp
Old Pioneer
Saddle Your Worries To The Wind
(Bob Nolan)

 

Melody Roundup Show #246

On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)

I'm Thinking Tonight of my Blue Eyes (Bob solos)

Instrumental

Dear Evalina

Hello 'Way up There (Bob Nolan)

Melody Roundup Show #365
I Grab My Saddle Horn And Blow
(Bob Nolan)
On The Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)

Sleepy Rio Grande
Cajun Stomp
Froggie Went A-Courtin'
Cimarron (Johnny Bond)


Melody Roundup Show #374 (with Beverly Hill Billies)
Happy Cowboy
Riding Down that Old Texas Trail
Funny song
Devil’s Dream
Nobody’s Darlin’
Way Up Thar

Melody Roundup Show #377
 

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

Ruby In The Valley
Swanee River
Cowboy's Serenade
Half Shoddy
Pal Of Mine (Bob Nolan)
Get Along Pinto Pony

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #379 - Bob Nolan & Pioneers
Tumbling Tumbleweeds
(Bob Nolan)
The West In My Soul
(Bob Nolan)
Blow Wind Blow
You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)Stars Over Texas
The Old Gray Mare
Hear Dem Bells

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #381 - Bob Nolan & Pioneers
Yellow Rose Of Texas
Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)Serenade of The Coyote
You Haven't Heard Nothin' Til You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)
Rose Of Santa Fe
Dreamy Reverie
Barnyard Jubilee
(Bob Nolan)
 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #432 - Andy Devine
Cowpoke Polka - Sons Of The Pioneers
Boll Weevil - Song Spinners
New Orleans Jazz - Perry Botkin
Along The Santa Fe Trail - Sons Of The Pioneers

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #446 - Andy Devine
Cowboy Jubilee - Sons Of The Pioneers
Honeysuckle Rose - Farr Brothers
Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) - Sons Of The Pioneers
The Singin' Hills - Hank Russell & the Range Singers

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #447 - Lum & Abner (plus Riders of the Purple Sage singing Bob Nolan's songs)

Instrumental

Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Rise and Shine (Bob Nolan)

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

Open Range Ahead (Bob Nolan)

Blue Skies (Irving Berlin)
 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #448 - Andy Devine

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Nolan)

Farr Brothers instrumental  

Poinciana

Farewell Blues

When the Mountains Meet the Sky

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #468 - Andy Devine
Song Of The Pioneers - Sons Of The Pioneers
A Little Monkey - Song Spinners
Silver On The Sage - Sons Of The Pioneers
Instrumental
The Last Roundup - Song Spinners

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #469 - Lum & Abner
Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
Cactus Swing
Farr Away Blues
In The Gloamin' 

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #470 - Andy Devine
Saddle The Sun (Bob Nolan) - Sons Of The Pioneers
That's A Plenty - Perry Botkins Band
Singing Sands Of Alamosa - Sons Of The Pioneers
Instrumental - Farr Bros.
Cool Water (Bob Nolan) - Sons Of The Pioneers

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #509 - Andy Devine
Welcome To Spring (Bob Nolan) - Sons Of The Pioneers
Instrumental - Perry Botkins Band
Don't Fence Me In - Sons Of The Pioneers
Banjo Inst. - Perry Botkin
By The Banks Of The Sunny San Juan - Hank Russell & Range Singers

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #512 - Lum & Abner
When it's Starlightin' Time In Texas (Bob Nolan)

The New Frontier (Tim Spencer)

Memories In Blue
Wendin' My Way To Wyomin' (Bob Nolan)
Happy Rovin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #525 - Andy Devine
Don't Fence Me In - Sons Of The Pioneers
Instrumental - Perry Botkin's Band
Cowboy Serenade - Song Spinners
Riverboat Shuffle - Perry Botkins Band
Old Forgotten Trail (Bob Nolan) - Hank Russell & Range Riders

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #530 - Lum & Abner
Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
All At Once (Lloyd Perryman)
South In My Soul
Sweet And Low
Bound For The Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #542 - Lum & Abner
On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)
Now Or Never
Wendin' My Way To Wyomin' (Bob Nolan)

Sunset on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #549 - Kay Aldrich (and Riders of the Purple Sage)

Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Goin' Back to Texas

Rose Room (instrumental)

Ragtime Cowboy Joe (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams)

I Still Do (Bob Nolan)

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #609 - Roy Rogers and the Sons of the Pioneers (Roy Rogers Show re-run)

When It's Round-up Time in Texas

Story of the Boy Scouts and the early days of Arizona

Westward Ho

El Rancho Grande
 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #699 - William (Hopalong) Boyd, Dale Evans
Frankie & Johnnie - Dale Evans
So Long to the Red River Valley (Glenn Spencer)

San Fernando Valley - Dale Evans
Echoes From The Hills (Bob Nolan) - Sons Of The Pioneers
Home On The Range  (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) - Dale Evans

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #707 - William Boyd, Preston Foster with Bob Nolan & Pioneers

El Rancho Grande

Blue Prairie (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer)

Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan)

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)

Following the Sun (Bob Nolan)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)
 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #719 - William (Hopalong) Boyd, Preston Foster
Cimarron
(Johnny Bond)
Westward Ho
Idaho
Wanderers Of The Wasteland
Nighttime In Nevada
Ridin' Home (Bob Nolan)

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #742 - Preston Foster
Lord, You Made The Cowboy Happy (Bob Nolan)
Trail Dreamin' (Bob Nolan)
So Long to the Red River Valley (Glenn Spencer)
Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
Cody Of The Pony Express (Bob Nolan)
Cactus Swing

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #1236 - Roy Rogers & Company (Roy Rogers Show re-run)
Why Did I Ever Leave Wyomin' - Roy Rogers with Country Washburn
Comedy Sketch - Roy Rogers, Pat Buttram, Gabby Hayes
You Don't Know What Lonesome Is - Country Washburn with Sons Of The Pioneers
It's A Good Day - Dale Evans with Country Washburne

 

MELODY ROUNDUP SHOW #1265 - Roy Rogers & Company (Roy Rogers Show re-run)
Little Joe The Wrangler - Roy Rogers & Sons Of The Pioneers
Comedy - Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Pat Buttram & Miss Clank
Roll On Texas Moon - Roy Rogers & Dale Evans with Country Washburn
Cool Water (Bob Nolan) - Bob Nolan & The Sons Of The Pioneers


 

Teleways Radio Transcriptions

1947-48

 

Image courtesy of Lawrence Hopper.

 

 More about the Teleways Transcriptions

 

        This one-half hour syndicated series ran for one year – 5 days a week. Generally, Bob Nolan introduced each song. There is a musical bridge for commercials between second and fourth song. Featured is the trio – Bob Nolan, Tim Spencer/Ken Carson, and Lloyd Perryman. Instrumental back-up: Hugh Farr, fiddle/mandolin; Karl Farr, electric guitar; Ivan Ditmars, piano/vibraharp.  The whistled theme throughout the ad part of the show was "Over the Stardust Trail" (Terry Sevigny Newsletter January, 1949). To close all Teleways programs, Ken Carson whistles "Over the Stardust Trail" (Lawrence Hopper)

        "A large number of Teleways Transcriptions featuring Nolan, Perryman, Carson, the Farr Brothers and Brady were made starting in 1947. Each disc began with 'Tumbling Tumbleweeds' and Nolan as host would introduce the various numbers then give an occasional bit of history regarding the music and/or its composer. There was a lot of good-natured ribbing of Hugh, frequently referred to as 'Foghorn,' with Hugh and Pat exchanging friendly barbs. Hugh would introduce his solos with long-winded song titles which added a bit of humor to the program. These transcriptions were syndicated across the country with several repeats in the library. Two commercial spots were arranged during the fifteen minute program. The series also contained voice tracks made by the Pioneers, allowing the local stations to personalize' their programs." (p. 39, Hear My Song by Ken Griffis.)

   

    "One note on the "My Bonnie" song. It's not the correct title in this case. The Pioneers used a version written in 1881 - Bring Back My Bonnie To Me by H J Fuller & J T Wood. They just happened to be one guy - Charles E Pratt." (Lawrence Hopper)

 

Very few programs were identical. They may have used the same recordings in a different order or the same recordings with different patter.

 

The following list is from my own auditing of the complete set purchased from Jimmie Willhelm and is correct but for recordings composed by two of the Sons of the Pioneers. For example, when Roy Rogers and Tim Spencer co-wrote a song, I may have the lyrics (first) and melody (second) reversed.  Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer) could possibly be Cowboys and Indians (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers). I used sheet music when available. Song title credits on recordings are not necessarily correct.

 

Audition 1

Shine on, Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth)

Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

Blue Danube Waltz – Instrumental

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

Audition 2

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Dreamy Reverie (Karl & Hugh Farr)

Singing Sands of Alamosa

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan) solo by Ken Carson

 

1

On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) – Instrumental

Froggie Went-a-Courtin’

Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

 

2

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Cody, of the Pony Express (Bob Nolan) solo by Bob Nolan

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer and Roy Rogers)

Battle of Jericho – Instrumental

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan) solo by Ken Carson

 

3

La Cucaracha

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Two Guitars - Instrumental

A Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson) solo by Lloyd Perryman

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

 

4

Cajon Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

5

Happy Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Dark Eyes - instrumental

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez) led by Bob

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

 

6

Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster) solo by Lloyd

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Roundup in the Sky (Bob Nolan) solo by Ken Carson

 

7

Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

Ken'stucky – Instrumental

Westward Ho! (Tim Spencer)

 

8

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

I’m a Cowboy Rockefeller (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Comin’ Thru the Rye – Instrumental

‘Way Out There (Bob Nolan)

 

9

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh & Karl Farr)

Chant of the Plains (Bob Nolan)

Rose of Rio de Janeiro

Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

10

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker) solo: Lloyd Perryman

Instrumental

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

11

I Ain’t a-Worryin’ (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

    Tim tells us that Bob's "Cool Water" was selected by the Congressional Library in Washington DC for its historical archives.

My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean, instrumental

All at Once (Lloyd Perryman) solo by Lloyd

Bonnie Eloise (George W. Elliott/John R. Thomas)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

12

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Lorita solo by Ken Carson

Puttin’ on the Ritz, instrumental

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

 

13

River Robin (Bob Nolan)

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen solo by Hugh

Salt River Valley (Cindy Walker)

Instrumental

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

14

Man on the Flying Trapeze

Desert Serenade (Ken Carson)

All Because of You (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

 

15

When the Bloom is on the Sage (Howard/Vincent)

Humoresque (Dvořák) instrumental

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Honey Child solo by Hugh

Stars of the West (Tim Spencer) solo by Ken Carson

 

16

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Geo. W. Johnson), instrumental

I Still Do (Bob Nolan) solo by Bob, trio: Bob, Tim and Lloyd

High Falutin’ Newton

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

 

17

Deacon Jones

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier) solo by Ken Carson, entirely in Spanish

Little Annie Rooney  (Michael Nolan)

Instrumental (Karl Farr)

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

18

I Sold My Saddle for an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

So Long (Hugh & Karl Farr)

Hear Dem Bells

Golden Wedding Waltz (Tim Spencer)

Ride ‘em, Cowboy (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

 

19

    Bob introduces all six of the Sons of the Pioneers.

Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

Hello, Way Up Yonder (Bob Nolan)

Old Gray Mare – Instrumental

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

20

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan) solo by Pat Brady

Busy Doin' Nothin'

Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker/George Cooper)

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn) – Instrumental

Blue Prairie (Bob Nolan) solo by Lloyd Perryman

 

21

Under Stars Over Texas (Tim Spencer) solo: Lloyd Perryman

Sky Ball Paint (Bob Nolan) solo: Pat Brady

Molly Malone

Chiri-biri-bin – Instrumental

A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan) solo: Lloyd Perryman

Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)

 

22

Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley)

Nobody Else But You

Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger

Wendin’ My Way to Wyomin’ (Bob Nolan) Bob introduces it as Tim Spencer's song but it's registered to Bob. Slip o' the tongue?

Instrumental

Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

 

23

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) – Instrumental

He’s Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail (Tim Spencer) Solo: Lloyd

Roll Along, Jordan (Tim Spencer)

Dear Evalina

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

 

24

Year of Jubil-o (Henry C. Work)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

Beneath the Brazilian Moon

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Buffalo Gals – Instrumental

Wagons Westward, Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

25

Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore)

You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)

Rocky Roads (Bob Nolan)

Campfires of Heaven (Bob Nolan)

The Devil's Dream - instrumental

My Madonna of the Trail (Glenn Spencer)

 

26

One More Ride (Bob Nolan)

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

27

Springtime on the Range (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

Lord, You Made the Cowboy Happy (Bob Nolan) solo: Lloyd

Dese Old Bones Gonna Rise Again

The West is in My Soul (Bob Nolan)

 

28

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

Believe Me, If All Those Endearing young Charms (Thomas Moore)

Instrumental

One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-nine Years (Tim Spencer) 

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

 

29

One More River to Cross

Move On, You Lazy Cattle  (Bob Nolan)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks), instrumental

That Pioneer Mother of Mine (Tim Spencer) solo: Ken Carson

Nancy Till

My Old Pal, Pal o’ Mine (Bob Nolan)

 

30

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

Belle of Baltimore (J. G. Evans)

Tumbleweed Trail (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental – Dark Eyes

High Falutin’ Newton

Yellow Rose of Texas solo: Ken Carson

 

31

Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan/ Tim Spencer)

A Horse’s Love Song

This Little Rosary solo: Ken Carson

Instrumental

The Glendy Burke (Stephen Foster)

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

 

32

There’s a Rainbow Over the Range (Tim Spencer)

My Tarpaper Shack on the Frog Farm

Farr and Near – Instrumental

In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred)

Barnard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

Happy Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

 

33

It’s a Cowboy’s Life For Me (Glenn Spencer)

Lazy  (Bob Nolan)

Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo (Glenn Spencer)

Polly Wolly Doodle – Instrumental (Hugh's harmonica)

La Cucaracha

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

34

Waiting For the Sun to Say Good Mornin’ (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Old Black Mountain Trail (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Beans, Beans, Beans

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

35

Texas Polka

Some Folks (Stephen Foster)

Home Again in Ol' Wyomin’ (Tim Spencer)

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Blue Danube Waltz

So Long to the Red River Valley (Glenn Spencer)

 

36

Yodel Your Troubles Away (Tim Spencer)

Termite's Love Song

Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)

Instrumental

Cowboy They Called Slim (Tim Spencer)

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

 

37

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)

Hi Ho, Little Dogies (Glenn Spencer)

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn) Instrumental

Texas Plains (Stuart Hamblen)

Rose of Tralee solo: Ken Carson

Rose of Old Santa Fe (Fred Rose)

 

38

Cattle Call Rondolet (Glenn Spencer)

You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

Instrumental

Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)

(Covered Wagon Roll Me) Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

39

Rosita’s Papa (Hugh Farr) - Instrumental

Slow Movin’ Cattle (Tim Spencer)

Santa Fe Trail (Janglin’ for Old Santa Fe)

Stop! (Bob Nolan) modified by Pat Brady

Jubilation Jamboree (Glenn Spencer)

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

 

40

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

Battle of Jericho, instrumental

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

41

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Instrumental

Round-up in the Sky (Bob Nolan)

 

42 (only 4 songs because 2 were long)

Whoopee Ti Yi Yo

Ne-ha-nee (Bob Nolan) Bob tells the history of the song

Crawdad Song

When Payday Rolls Around (Bob Nolan)

 

43

What’cha Gonna Say to Peter? (Bob Nolan)

The New Frontier (Tim Spencer)

Rise and Shine (Bob Nolan)

Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan) 

 

44

Cowboy Camp Meetin’ (Tim Spencer)

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker) solo: Lloyd Perryman

My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean, instrumental

Well, Well, Well

Melody Hill

 

45

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Liebstraum – Instrumental

She’s the Lily of Hillbilly Valley (Tim Spencer)

Hard Times Come Again No More (Stephen Foster)

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

46

When the Prairie Sun Climbs Out of the Hay (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

The Devil’s Great Grandson (Bob Nolan)

The Boss is Hangin’ Out a Rainbow (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Ridin’ Down the Canyon (Smiley Burnette)

 

47

Open Range Ahead (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Still Water Pool (Bob Nolan)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Moonlight on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

48

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

A Cowboy has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Rose of Rio de Janeiro

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental schottische

Wagons Westward, Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

49

Lone Buckaroo (Bob Nolan)

Ridin’ on the Sunshine Trail (Tim Spencer)

Hillbilly Wedding in June

Instrumental

This Ain’t the Same Old Range (Bob Nolan)

 

50

Climbin’ Up the Golden Stairs

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

Roundup Time is Over (Bob Nolan)

Schottische – Instrumental

Ridin’ the Range With You (Tim Spencer)

 

51

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson) solo: Lloyd Perryman

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer/Bob Nolan)

 

52

I Ain’t a-Worryin’ (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Battle of Jericho – Instrumental

All at Once (Lloyd Perryman)

Bonnie Eloise (George W. Elliott/John R. Thomas)

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

 

53

Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore)

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow (Bob Nolan)

I Sold My Saddle For an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

54

Man on the Flying Trapeze

Desert Serenade (Ken Carson)

All Because of You (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

 

55 When the Bloom is on the Sage (Howard/Vincent)

Humoresque (Dvořák) instrumental

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Honey Child

Stars of the West (Tim Spencer)

 

56

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Froggy Went a-Courtin’

I Still Do (Bob Nolan)

High Falutin’ Newton

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

 

57

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Instrumental

Nancy Till

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

58

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

I’m a Cowboy Rockefeller (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Comin’ Thru the Rye – Instrumental

‘Way Out There (Bob Nolan)

 

59

Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer)

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) – Instrumental

Chant of the Plains (Bob Nolan)

Rose of Rio de Janeiro

Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

60

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

Curley Joe From Idaho (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer)

 

61

One More River to Cross

Where the Rio Rolls Along (Tim Spencer)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks) – Instrumental

Lorita

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)

 

62

Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley)

Nobody Else But You

Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger

Wendin’ My Way to Wyomin’ (Bob Nolan) Bob introduces it as Tim Spencer's song but it's registered to Bob. Slip o' the tongue?

Instrumental

Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

 

63

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) – Instrumental

He’s Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail (Tim Spencer) Solo: Lloyd

Roll Along, Jordan (Tim Spencer)

Dear Evalina

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

 

64

Cajon Stomp – Instr.

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan) Ken solo

 

65

Happy (Rovin’) Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Dark Eyes – Instrumental

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez)

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

 

66

One More Ride (Bob Nolan)

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Turkey in the Straw – Instrumental

One Thousand Eight Hundred and 49 Years (Tim Spencer)

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

 

67

La Cucaracha

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Instrumental

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

 

68

The West is in My Soul (Bob Nolan)

I Love You, Apples

Instrumental

In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred)

Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

 

69 Introduces all the Pioneers by name

Cherokee Strip (Glenn and Tim Spencer)

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

Hello, Way Up There (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental – The Old Grey Mare

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

70

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Busy Doin’ Nothin’

Salt River Valley (Cindy Walker)

Instrumental

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

71

Under Stars Over Texas (Tim Spencer)

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Tumbleweed Trail (Bob Nolan)

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) – Instrumental

Cool Water (Bob Nolan) Bob introduces a prospector and his burro, Dan.

 

72

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Year of Jubil-o (Henry C. Work)

Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)

Instrumental

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

73

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

It's a Lie (Bob Nolan)

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Instrumental

Nancy Till

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

74

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

I’m a Cowboy Rockefeller (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Comin’ Thru the Rye – Instrumental

‘Way Out There (Bob Nolan)

 

75

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) – Instrumental

He’s Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail (Tim Spencer) Solo: Lloyd

Roll Along, Jordan (Tim Spencer)

Dear Evalina

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

 

76

Cajon Stomp – Instr.

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

77  

Happy (Rovin’) Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Dark Eyes – Instr.

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez)

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

 

78

One More Ride (Bob Nolan)

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Turkey in the Straw – Instrumental

One Thousand Eight Hundred and 49 Years (Tim Spencer)

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

 

79

Dreamy Reverie (Karl & Hugh Farr)

You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)

Bound for the Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf)

I Belong to the Range (Glenn Spencer)

 

80

I Love the Prairie Country (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond

That Old White Mule of Mine (Bob Nolan)

Old Pioneer (Tim Spencer)

 

81

Springtime on the Range (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

The Touch of God’s Hand (Bob Nolan)

We're Headin’ For the Home Corral (Glenn Spencer/Tim Spencer)

Moonlight on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

82

You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Devil's Dream - Instrumental

Still Water Pool (Bob Nolan)

Hangin’ Blues (Bob Nolan)

Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan)

 

83

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

South in My Soul (Karl Farr)

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

84

River Robin (Bob Nolan)

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Termite Love Song

Instrumental

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer/Bob Nolan)

 

85
Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)
Two Guitars
Little Darlin'
Honey Child
Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

86
Rocky Mountain Express (H. Tobias)

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)
Lone Buckaroo (Bob Nolan)
Harmonica instrumental
Let's Pretend (Bob Nolan)

 

87

Hill Country (Glenn Spencer)

Bear Cat Mountain Gal (Cindy Walker)

Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair (Stephen Foster)

Cricket Hop

Whisp'rin’ Wind (Tim Spencer)

 

88

Lil Liza Jane

Instrumental

Starlightin’ Time in Texas (Bob Nolan)

When the Prairie Sun Climbs Out of the Hay (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Whoopee Ti Yi Yo

  

89

Rocky Mountain Express (H. Tobias)

Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land – Instrumental

Shortnin’ Bread

Echoes From the Hills (Bob Nolan)

Trail Dreamin’ (Bob Nolan)

 

90

Devil’s Great Grandson (Bob Nolan)

Dream of Love – Instrumental

Rose of Rio de Janeiro

Open Range Ahead (Bob Nolan)

Cottage in the Clouds (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

91

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)

Ride ‘em, Cowboy (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

92

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson) led by Lloyd Perryman

A No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan) led by Pat Brady

Humoresque (Dvořák) – Instr.

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan) led by Bob, Ken sings the bridge

 

93

It’s a Cowboy’s Life For Me (Glenn Spencer)

Lazy (Bob Nolan)

Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo (Glenn Spencer)

Polly Wolly Doodle – Instrumental

La Cucaracha

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

94

In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred)

When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Geo. W. Johnson), instrumental

Campfires of Heaven (Bob Nolan)

High Falutin’ Newton

Melody Hill

 

95

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

Blue Danube – Instr.

Wonder Valley (Howard/Vincent)

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Sunset on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

96

Rise and Shine (Bob Nolan)

Climbin’ Up The Golden Stairs

Ridin’ on the Rocky Range (Tim Spencer)

Farr into the Night (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Saddle Your Worries to the Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

97

Roundup Time is Over (Bob Nolan)

My Ruby

Sweet and Low

Soldier’s Joy – Instrumental

Ridin’ Down the Canyon (Smiley Brunette)

 

98

When Payday Rolls Around (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Ridin’ on the Sunshine Trail (Tim Spencer)

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)

The New Frontier (Tim Spencer)

 

99

Rosita’s Papa (Hugh Farr) – Instr.

Slow Movin’ Cattle (Tim Spencer)

Santa Fe Trail

Stop! (Bob Nolan) altered by Pat Brady

Jubilation Jamboree (Glenn Spencer)

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

 

100

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

I Sold My Saddle For an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Cattle Call Rondolet (Glenn Spencer)

 

101

Texas Plains (Stuart Hamblen)

I Love You, Apples

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

Rainy Day (Hugh Farr) instrumental

A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan)

Timber Trail

 

102

Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

Hi Ho, Little Dogies (Glenn Spencer)

All at Once (Lloyd Perryman)

Beans, Beans, Beans

Instrumental

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

103

Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan)

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Instrumental

Belle of Baltimore (J. G. Evans)

Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

104

Dreamy Reverie (Karl Farr)

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Waitin’ For the Sun to Say Good Mornin’ (Bob Nolan)

My Madonna of the Trail (Glenn Spencer)

Wagons Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

105

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Nancy Till

Instrumental

Hello, Way up There (Bob Nolan)

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

 

106

Bound for the Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

Old Dan Tucker – Instrumental

The Capital Ship (Charles Edward Carryl)

One More River to Cross

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

107

There’s a Rainbow Over the Range (Tim Spencer)

What’cha Gonna Say to Peter? (Bob Nolan)

Song of the Prairie (Bob Nolan) Lloyd

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) – Instrumental

Yellow Rose of Texas

 

108

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

Rocky Road in the Rockies (Glenn Spencer)

Ne ha Nee (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

109

Old Black Mountain Trail (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

Crawdad Song

Believe Me, If All Those Endearing young Charms (Thomas Moore)

Instrumental

Ridin’ the Range With You (Tim Spencer)

 

110

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker) solo: Lloyd Perryman

Instrumental

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

111

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Beneath the Brazilian Moon

Instrumental

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

112

Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

When I Leave This World Behind (Bob Nolan)

Dark Eyes, instrumental

By a Campfire on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

113

Home Again in Ol' Wyomin’ (Tim Spencer)

When the Moon Comes Over Sun Valley (Tim Spencer)

When a Cowboy Starts to Courtin’ (Tim Spencer)

My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean – Instrumental

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

 

114

American Patrol, instrumental

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

The Texas Cowboy Song

The Bullfrog in the Pool

Over the Santa Fe Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

115

One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-nine Years (Tim Spencer) 

Instrumental

My Pretty Quadroon (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent/Mary Dodge)

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

This Ain’t the Same Old Range (Bob Nolan)

 

116

Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow (Bob Nolan)

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

Red River Valley

Instrumental

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

 

117

Deacon Jones

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Instrumental

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

118

I Sold My Saddle For an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

So Long (Hugh Farr) Instrumental

Hear Dem Bells

Golden Wedding Waltz (Tim Spencer)

Ride ‘em, Cowboy (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

 

119

When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

Cajon Stomp (Hugh Farr)

Curley Joe From Idaho (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Song of the Rover  (Bob Nolan)

 

120

Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson)

Some Folks (Stephen Foster)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

121

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

Electric Eel (Karl Farr) Instrumental

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma (Tim Spencer)

 

122

Busy Doin' Nothin'

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn), instrumental

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy’s Lament)

 

123

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez)

Texas Polka, instrumental

A Cowboy’s Prayer (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

South in My Soul (Karl Farr) Instrumental

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

 

124

Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Honey Chile

You Broke My Heart, Little Darlin' (Tim Spencer)

Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
 

125

Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore)

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer)

Schottische instrumental

Ne Ha Nee (Bob Nolan)

 

126

La Cucaracha

Man on the Flying Trapeze

Tumbleweed Trail (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

 

127

You Don’t Know What Lonesome Is (Carling/Washburne)

Mavourneen O’Shea (Tim Spencer)

Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)

Long Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly), instrumental

I Ain’t a-Worryin’ (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

 

128

Froggie Went a-Courtin’

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks), instrumental

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) talks about RCA Victor

 

129

Chuck Wagon Blues

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Indian Scout – Instrumental

Press Along to the Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener)

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

130

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)

Instrumental

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

131

Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker/George Cooper)

Nobody Else But You

The West is in My Soul (Bob Nolan)

“A” Rag – Instr.

Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

 

132

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

South in my Soul – Instr.

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

133

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

Battle of Jericho – Instr.

You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)

Whistle and Wait For Katie (Michael Nolan)

My Old Pal (Bob Nolan)

 

134

Move On, You Lazy Cattle (Bob Nolan)

High Falutin’ Newton

Echoes From the Hills (Bob Nolan)

Texas Crapshooter (Hugh Farr) Instr.

Love Song of the Waterfall (Bob Nolan)

 

135 done

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Hillbilly Wedding in June

Instrumental

Ridin’ Down the Canyon (Smiley Brunette)

 

136

Cody of the Pony Express (Bob Nolan)

Ride ‘em, Cowboy (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Heart to Heart (Hugh Farr) Instr.

Whoopee-Ti-Yi-Yo

 

137

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Rose of Santa Fe

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

A Letter Marked Unclaimed (Bob Nolan)

 

138

Cattle Call Rondolet

You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Instrumental

Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)

Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

139
Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)
Turkey In the Straw, instrumental
Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)
La Borachita
Let's Pretend (Bob Nolan)

 

140
Jubil-o

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

Under Stars Over Texas (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

  

141

Stars of the West (Tim Spencer)

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

He’s Gone, He's Gone Up the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Zither instrumental

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

 

142

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

This Old White Mule of Mine (Bob Nolan)

Molly Malone

Instrumental

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

143

These Bones Gonna Rise Again

Rocky Roads (Bob Nolan)

At the Old Barn Dance (Tim Spencer/Carl Winge)

The Old Gray Mare – Instrumental

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

 

144

Where the Rio Rolls Along (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

I Wonder if She Waits For Me Tonight (Bob Nolan)

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

 

145 (same as 251)

I'm a Cowboy Rockefeller (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Cajon Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr) Instrumental

River Robin (Bob Nolan)

 

146

When the Prairie Sun Says Good Mornin’ (Bob Nolan)

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

All at Once (Lloyd Perryman)

Instrumental

By a Campfire on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

147

King Karl Blues (Karl Farr) Instrumental

The Yellow Rose of Texas

Song of the Prairie (Bob Nolan)

A Horse’s Love Song

You Don’t Know What Lonesome Is (Carling/Washburne)

 

148

Rise and Shine (Bob Nolan)

La Cucaracha

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Irish Washerwoman, instrumental

Red River Valley

 

149

On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)

Texas Cowboy Song

Blue Danube, instrumental

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

The Flower I Blessed For You (Bob Nolan)

 

150

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)

Golden Slippers, harmonica instrumental

Lone Buckaroo (Bob Nolan)

Rocky Mountain Express (H. Tobias)

Let’s Pretend (Bob Nolan)

 

151

Cowboy They Called Slim (Tim Spencer)

My Ruby in the Valley

What Wonderful Joy

Liebestraum, instrumental

Na Ha Nee (Bob Nolan)

 

152

Springtime on the Range (Tim Spencer)

Bonnie Eloise (George W. Elliott/John R. Thomas)

Dark Eyes, instrumental

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

153

The Termite Song

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Desert Serenade (Ken Carson)

Battle of Jericho, instrumental

This Ain’t the Same Old Range (Bob Nolan)

 

154

Roll Along, Jordan (Tim Spencer)

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen

Moonlight on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

155

Wind (Bob Nolan)

Square dance called by Ken

Auld Lang Syne

Little Liza Jane

So Long to the Red River Valley (Glenn Spencer)

 

156

Zither instrumental

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Lorita

Ridin’ on the Rocky Range (Tim Spencer)

Over the Santa Fe Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

157

Jubilation Jamboree (Glenn Spencer)

Texas Skit (Hugh Farr)

Ridin’ the Range With You (Tim Spencer)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)
 

158

Belle of Baltimore (J. G. Evans)

Stop (Bob Nolan) rearranged by Pat Brady

The Little Rosewood Casket

Instrumental

The Chant of the Plains (Bob Nolan)

 

159

Deacon Jones

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Molly Darlin’

Instrumental

Salt River Valley (Cindy Walker)

 

160

Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer)

When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Geo. W. Johnson) (instrumental)

The Lakes of Ponchartrain

Beans, Beans, Beans

Melody Hill

 

161 (same as 167)

It’s a Cowboy’s Life For Me (Glenn Spencer)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer) from the Orthacoustic Transcription

Chicken in the Corn Crib (Hugh Farr)

Old Forgotten Trails (Bob Nolan)

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

162

Press Along to the Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener)

High Falutin’ Newton

Close to Heaven (Bob Nolan)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks) - Instrumental

I Love the Prairie Country (Glenn Spencer)

 

163

Waitin’ for the Sun to Say Good Mornin’ (Bob Nolan)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Long Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly) - Instrumental

Old Pioneer (Tim Spencer)

 

164

Trail Dust (Andy Parker)

Shortnin’ Bread

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

Instrumental

Hi Ho, Little Dogies (Glenn Spencer)

 

165

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr)

When Payday Rolls Around (Bob Nolan)

Beneath a Utah Sky (Glenn Spencer)

The Devil’s Great Grandson (Bob Nolan)

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

 

166

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Please Forgive Me

Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

167

It’s a Cowboy’s Life For Me (Glenn Spencer)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Chicken in the Corn Crib - Instrumental

Old Forgotten Trails (Bob Nolan)

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

168

Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer)

Texas Schottische - instrumental

Climbin’ up the Golden Stairs

Curly Joe From Idaho (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

The Santa Fe Trail

 

169

When the Bloom is on the Sage (Howard/Vincent)

One More River to Cross

Dusty Skies (Cindy Walker)

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) instrumental

Following the Sun All Day (Bob Nolan)

 

170

Lazy (Bob Nolan)

Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo (Glenn Spencer)

Where are You? (Tim Spencer)

Heart to Heart (Hugh Farr)

You Don’t Know What Lonesome Is (Carling/Washburne)

 

171

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

In a Friendly Little Cowtown (Glenn Spencer)

Texas Cowpuncher - instrumental

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

 

172

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Year of Jubil-o (Henry C. Work)

Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)

Instrumental

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

173

A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan)

Slow Movin’ Cattle (Tim Spencer)

There's a Full Moon Over Texas (Ken Carson)

My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - instrumental

When I Leave This World Behind (Bob Nolan)

 

174

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

My Tar Paper Shack on the Frog Farm

Move On, You Lazy Cattle (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Golden Wedding Waltz (Tim Spencer)

 

175

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Instrumental

La Borachita

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

 

176

Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn) - Instrumental

Lazy Days (Tim Spencer)

I Love You, Apples

Saddle Your Worries to the Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

177

Whatcha Gonna Say to Peter? (Bob Nolan)

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) – Instrumental

Lonesome Cowboy (Glenn Spencer)

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Tumbleweed Trail (Bob Nolan)

 

178

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

She’s the Lily of Hillbilly Valley (Tim Spencer)

Puttin' on the Ritz - instrumental

The Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

179

Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley)

Turkey in the Straw - Instrumental

I Sold My Saddle For an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

Crawdad Song

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

180

Smokey Moon (Damorda/Shelley)

Bear Cat Mountain Gal (Cindy Walker)

Whoopee Ti Yi Yo

Rainy Days (Lloyd Perryman) instrumental

Song of the Pioneers (Tim Spencer)

 

181

Wagons Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

A Cowboy has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

My Madonna of the Trail (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)

 

182

Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Belle of Baltimore (J. G. Evans)

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

183

You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Rock Me to Sleep in My Rocky Mountain Home (Fred Howard - Nat Vincent - Billy Hill  - William Raskin)

Nancy Till

Instrumental

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

 

184

Throw a Saddle on a Star (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke)

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez)

Mavourneen O’Shea (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Old Pioneer (Tim Spencer)

 

185

Move On, You Lazy Cattle (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

186

The Capital Ship (Charles Edward Carryl)

Bound for the Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

One More River to Cross

Instrumental

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

187

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Cricket Hop (Hugh Farr)

Whistle and Wait for Katie (Michael Nolan)

The Bullfrog in the Pool

Over the Santa Fe Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

188

Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer)

Home Again in Ol' Wyomin’ (Tim Spencer)

Darling Nellie Gray (Benjamin Hanby)

Out in Pioneer Town (Tim Spencer)

Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma (Tim Spencer)

 

189

This Old White Mule of Mine (Bob Nolan)

Devil’s Dream - instrumental

(It's Been) So Wonderful

Lead Me Gently Home (Will L. Thompson)

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan)

 

190

Barnyard Jubilee (Bob Nolan)

Humoresque (Dvořák) instrumental

I Still Do (Bob Nolan)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

Trail Dreamin’ (Bob Nolan)

 

191

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)

Ride ‘em, Cowboy (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Wind (Bob Nolan)

 

192

Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

The Texas Cowboy Song

I've Got Travelin’ in My Shoes (Cindy Walker)

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

 

193

All Because of You (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Some Folks (Stephen Foster)

Sands of the Desert (Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

194

Hi Ho, Little Dogies (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

All at Once (Lloyd Perryman)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

195

Ne Ha Nee (Bob Nolan)

It’s a Lie (Bob Nolan)

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

Rocky Road in the Rockies (Glenn Spencer)

 

196

Crawdad Song

When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Geo. W. Johnson)

Believe Me, If All Those Endearing young Charms (Thomas Moore)

Old Black Mountain Trail (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

Ridin’ the Range With You (Tim Spencer)

 

197

Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)

The Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomond

Keep a Light in your Window Tonight (Lester McFarland, Robert A. Gardner and Happy Jack Turner)

The Electric Eel (Karl Farr)

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

 

198

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m)

The Old Gray Mare

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

When You and I Were Young, Maggie (Geo. W. Johnson)

The Old Wrangler Dreams (Cindy Walker)

 

199 only 4 songs because of length of patter

Whatcha Gonna Say to Peter? (Bob Nolan)

Yellow Rose of Texas

There’s a Rainbow Over the Range (Tim Spencer)

The Song of the Prairie (Bob Nolan)

 

200

Sagebrush Symphony (Glenn Spencer)

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy’s Lament)

 

201

When a Cowboy Starts to Courtin’ (Tim Spencer)

I Love You, Apples

South in My Soul (Karl Farr), instrumental

A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan)

Texas Plains (Stuart Hamblen)

 

202

Honey Chile

Sweet Betsy From Pike (John A. Stone)

La Borachita

Instrumental

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

 

203

Biscuit Blues (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

In a Friendly Little Cowtown (Glenn Spencer)

One Thousand Eight Hundred and Forty-nine Years (Tim Spencer) 

This Ain’t the Same Old Range (Bob Nolan) 

 

204

Chuckwagon Blues

Instrumental

Touch of God’s Hand (Bob Nolan)

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Salt River Valley (Cindy Walker)

 

205

La Cucaracha

Instrumental

She’s the Lily of Hillbilly Valley (Tim Spencer)

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

 

206

Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred)

Following the Sun (Bob Nolan)

 

207

Froggie Went a-Courtin’

Rose of Old Santa Fe (Fred Rose)

Marchéta (A Love Song of Old Mexico) by Victor Schertzinger

Instrumental

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

 

208

Texas Polka

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)

Old Forgotten Trails (Bob Nolan)

Hear Dem Bells

Ridin’ Home (Bob Nolan)

 

209

Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore)

Comin' thru the Korn (Hugh/Karl Farr)

I Sold My Saddle For an Old Guitar (Roy Rogers)

I Ain’t a-Worryin’ (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

 

210

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

My Tar Paper Shack on the Frog Farm

Falling Leaf (traditional)

Instrumental

Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

211

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Beneath the Brazilian Moon

Instrumental

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

212

Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley)

Get Along, Pinto Pony (Tim Spencer)

When I Leave This World Behind (Bob Nolan)

Dark Eyes, Instrumental

By a Campfire on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

213

Cody of the Pony Express (Bob Nolan)

“A” Rag

Beautiful Dreamer (Stephen Foster)

Rocky Roads (Bob Nolan)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

214

Echoes From the Hills (Bob Nolan)

Shortnin’ Bread

Rocky Mountain Express (H. Tobias)

Instrumental

Trail Dust (Andy Parker)

 

215

South of Santa Fe (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Spanish Cavalier (William D. Hendrickson)

A No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Song of the Rover (Bob Nolan)

 

216

A Cowboy has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Busy Doin’ Nothin’

Lonesome Cowboy (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

Moonlight Melody (Glenn Spencer)

 

217

When Payday Rolls Around (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Ridin’ on the Sunshine Trail (Tim Spencer)

Please Forgive Me

The New Frontier (Tim Spencer)

 

218

Chuckwagon Blues

Dark Eyes instrumental

Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker/George Cooper)

These Bones Gonna Rise Again

All Because of You (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

 

219

On the Rhythm Range (Bob Nolan)

Buffalo Gals instrumental

That Pioneer Mother of Mine (Tim Spencer)

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

My Old Pal (Bob Nolan)

 

220

Way Out There (Bob Nolan)

I'm a Cowboy Rockefeller (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - Instrumental

There’s a Rainbow Over the Range (Tim Spencer) Solo: Tim

 

221

Dreamy Reverie (Karl Farr) - instrumental

You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)

I’ll take You Home Again, Kathleen (Thomas P. Westendorf)

Starlightin’ Time in Texas (Bob Nolan)

I Belong to the Range (Glenn Spencer)

 

222 (same as 88)

Little Liza Jane

Bound For the Rio Grande (Bob Nolan)

Corn Flower (Hugh Farr) - instrumental

When the Prairie Sun Climbs Out of the Hay (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Whoopee-Ti-Yi-Yo

 

223

Happy Rovin’ Cowboy (Happy Cowboy) (Bob Nolan)

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen

Farr and Near Blues (Karl Farr)

Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair (Stephen Foster)

So Long to the Red River Valley (Glenn Spencer)

 

224

Bunkhouse Bugle Boy (Tim Spencer)

Wind (Bob Nolan)

Rose of Rio de Janeiro

Farr Away Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr) - instrumental

Chant of the Plains (Bob Nolan)

 

225

River Robin (Bob Nolan)

Termite Song

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Great Big Taters in the Sandy Land (Hugh Farr)

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan)

 

226

Hill Country (Glenn Spencer)

Bear Cat Mountain Gal (Cindy Walker)

Sweetly She Sleeps, My Alice Fair (Stephen Foster)

Cricket Hop (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Whisp'rin’ Wind (Tim Spencer)

 

227

Hi Ho, Little Dogies (Glenn Spencer)

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

My Madonna of the Trail (Glenn Spencer)

South in My Soul (Karl Farr)

Listen To The Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn)

 

228

Cajon Stomp (Hugh/Karl Farr) - describes origin of "Cajon" from "Cajun" (Louisiana Acadian)

Beneath a Utah Sky (Glenn Spencer)

Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo (Glenn Spencer)

Little David, Play on Your Harp (traditional)

Song of the Bandit (Bob Nolan)

 

229

You Aint’ Heard Nothin’ Till You Hear Him Roar (Bob Nolan)

Miss Lucy Long (Billy Whitlock)

Dusty Skies (Cindy Walker)

Instrumental

Old Pioneer (Tim Spencer)

 

230

When The Bloom Is On The Sage (Fred Howard/Nat Vincent)

Come and Get It (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Smokey Moon (Damorda/Shelley)

Instrumental

Blow, Wind, Blow (Glenn Spencer)

 

231

The Capital Ship (Charles Edward Carryl)

Chicken in the Corn Crib (Hugh Farr)

Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)

One More River to Cross

Night Falls on the Prairie (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman)

 

232

I Ain’t a-Worryin’ (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Wagons Westward, Ho (Tim Spencer)

With Someone Like You (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

The Cowboy's Dream (D.J. O'Malley)

 

233

Hold That Critter Down (Bob Nolan)

Don Juan (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

Where Are You? (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

 

234

Springtime on the Range (Tim Spencer)

Bluin’ the Blues (Karl/Hugh Farr)

Bonnie Eloise (Geo. W. Elliott/John Rogers Thomas)

Chico Rotico (Bob Nolan)

Cool Water (Bob Nolan)

 

235 TRIBUTE TO WILLIAM S. HART

Saddle the Sun (Bob Nolan) led by Lloyd Perryman

Cowboys and Indians (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Carry Me Back to Old Virginny (James A. Bland)

Heart to Heart (Hugh/Karl Farr)

There’s a Roundup in the Sky (Bob Nolan) led by Ken Carson

 

236

Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande (Roy Rogers)

No Good Son-of-a-Gun (Bob Nolan)

Hey, Hey (It’s a Great Day?) (Ned Washington-w, Phil Ohman-m) Bob says it’s Tim’s song

Electric Guitar Solo

Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma (Tim Spencer)

 

237

Busy Doin’ Nothin’

Trail Herdin’ Cowboy (Bob Nolan)

Listen to the Mocking Bird (Alice Hawthorne/Dick Milburn) - instrumental

Little Annie Rooney (Michael Nolan)

Streets of Laredo (The Cowboy’s Lament)

 

238

Cielito Lindo (Carlos Fernandez) led by Bob Nolan

Texas Polka

A Cowboy’s Prayer (Roy Rogers/Tim Spencer)

Comin’ Through the Rye Instrumental

I’m a Happy Guy in My Levi Britches (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

 

239

Cowboy Camp Meetin’ (Tim Spencer)

Two Guitars

You Broke My Heart, Little Darlin' (Tim Spencer)

Honey Chile

Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)

 

240

Rocky Mountain Express (H. Tobias)

You Must Come In At the Door (Tim Spencer)

Lone Buckaroo (Bob Nolan)

Golden Slippers featuring Hugh on the harmonica

Let’s Pretend (Bob Nolan) 

 

241

Little Brown Jug (R. A. Eastburn)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Tumbleweed Trail (Bob Nolan)

Long Long Ago (Thomas Haynes Bayly)-Instrumental

Ne ha Ne (Bob Nolan)

 

242

You Tell Me Your Dream (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working)

It’s a Great Life in Plainville

Press Along to the Big Corral (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener)

Instrumental

Way Out There (Bob Nolan)

 

243

Deacon Jones

Instrumental

Lord, You Made the Cowboy Happy (Bob Nolan)

La Cucaracha

There’s a Rainbow Over the Range (Tim Spencer)

 

244

Serenade of a Cowboy (Cindy Walker)

Instrumental

Swing Low, Sweet Chariot (Sarah Hannah Sheppard)

Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)

I Belong to the Range (Glenn Spencer)

 

245

Swannee River (Stephen Foster) on Karl’s ‘hither and thither zither’

In the Gloaming (Annie Fortesque Harrison/Meta Orred)

Lonesome Cowboy (Glenn Spencer)

Hi-Falutin’ Newton

Trail Dreamin’ (Bob Nolan)

 

246

A Cowboy Has to Sing (Bob Nolan)

Froggie Went a-Courtin’

Annie Laurie (William Douglas - Lady John Scott)

Instrumental

Blue Prairie (Tim Spencer/Bob Nolan)

 

247

The West is in My Soul (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental - “A” Rag

Sweet Genevieve (Henry Tucker/George Cooper)

Nobody Else But You

Home on the Range (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

 

248

You’re from Texas (Cindy Walker)

Whistle and Wait for Katie (Michael Nolan)

My Grandfather’s Clock (Henry C. Work)

Instrumental - Battle of Jericho

My Old Pal (Bob Nolan) led by Bob

 

249

I Follow the Stream (Bob Nolan)

La Paloma (Sebastián Iradier)

Hillbilly Wedding in June

Instrumental

Ridin’ Down the Canyon (Smiley Brunette)

 

250

One More Ride (Bob Nolan)

Lazy (Bob Nolan)

Juanita (Caroline Norton arr.)

Instrumental

Timber Trail (Tim Spencer)

 

251

I’m a Cowboy Rockefeller (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

River Robin (Bob Nolan)

Silver Threads Among the Gold (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Instrumental (Hugh/Karl Farr)

Chant of the Wanderer (Bob Nolan) from “Cowboy Classics”

 

252

King Karl Blues (Karl Farr) instrumental

The Yellow Rose of Texas

Song of the Prairie (Bob Nolan)

A Horse’s Love Song

You Don’t Know What Lonesome Is (Carling/Washburne)

 

253

Rise and Shine (Bob Nolan)

Instrumental

Song of the San Joaquin (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Roundup Time is Over (Bob Nolan)

Red River Valley

 

254

Slow Movin’ Cattle (Tim Spencer)

When I Leave This World Behind (Bob Nolan)

There's a Full Moon Over Texas (Ken Carson)

My Bonnie, instrumental

A Summer Night’s Rain (Bob Nolan) Lloyd sings the bridge.

 

255

Roll Along, Jordan (Tim Spencer)

Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen

Moonlight on the Trail (Tim Spencer)

Instrumental

Coyote Serenade (Bob Nolan)

 

256

Wagons Westward Ho (Tim Spencer)

My Tar Paper Shack on Frog Farm

Trail Dust (Andy Parker)

Liebstraum, instrumental

Whoopee-Ti-Yi-Yo

 

257

Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)
Turkey In the Straw, instrumental
Trail Herdin' Cowboy (Bob Nolan)
La Borachita
Let's Pretend (Bob Nolan)

 

258

Curley Joe From Idaho (Tim Spencer/Roy Rogers)

Instrumental

Old Forgotten Trails (Bob Nolan)

Tom Bigbee River (S. S. Steele/A. F. Winnemore)

Sands of the Desert (Roy Rogers)

 

259

Pajarillo Barranqueño

Shortnin’ Bread

In a Friendly Little Cowtown (Glenn Spencer)

Instrumental

Cowboy Camp Meetin' (Tim Spencer)

 

260

Cattle Call Rondolet (Glenn Spencer)

When We Get Old and Gray (Glenn Spencer)

Blue Bonnet Girl (Glenn Spencer)

Texas Crapshooter (Hugh Farr)

Tumbling Tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan)

 

 

SMOKEY THE BEAR  

Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Campaign" sponsored by the State Forest Service & the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.

 

1955 Series
Show #1 Tumbleweed Theme
Way Out There
(Bob Nolan)
Up a Lazy River (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) - Billy Johnson
Echoes From The Hills
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #2
Timber Trail
When Payday Rolls Around
(Bob Nolan)
Old Spinning Wheel - B. J.
Blue Shadows On The Trail
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #3
Cimarron (Johnny Bond)
My Lazy Day - B. J.
Cool Water
(Bob Nolan)

Blue Juniata (Marion Dix Sullivan)

Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #4
Tumbling Tumbleweeds
(Bob Nolan)
Open Range Ahead (Bob Nolan)

Sioux City Sue - B. J.
Trail Herding Cowboy
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #5
Chant Of The Plains
(Bob Nolan)
Little Boy Of Mine - B. J.
Hillbilly Wedding In June
Cajon Stomp - Instrumental
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #6
Sierra Nevada
Farr Away Blues
Home In Wyoming - B. J.
Riders In The Sky
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #7
Wind
(Bob Nolan)
Red River Valley - B. J.
The Mystery Of His Way
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #8
Hold That Critter Down
(Bob Nolan)
Everlasting Hills Of Oklahoma
Trail Of The Lonesome Pine - B. J.
Ridin' Home
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #9
Love Song Of The Waterfall
(Bob Nolan)
On Top Of Old Smokey - B. J. I Follow The Stream
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #10
Pecos Bill
 (Jack Scholl/M. K. Jerome - B. J.
Carry Me Back the Lone Prairie
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #11
Outlaws
(Bob Nolan)
Blues In "A" - Instrumental
Chant Of The Wanderer
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #12
Song Of The Trail
Dear Hearts & Gentle People - B. J.
There's A Blue Sky Away Out Yonder
Ne-Hah-Nee
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

1956 Series
Show #1
Song Of The Bandit
(Bob Nolan)
My Darlin' - B. J.
Trail Dreamin'
(Bob Nolan)
Sky Ball Paint (Bob Nolan)

Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #2
Touch Of God's Hand
(Bob Nolan)
Liza Jane - B. J.
The West Is In My Soul
(Bob Nolan)
Cowboy Camp Meetin'
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #3
Biscuit Blues
(Bob Nolan)
Little Old Sod Shanty - B. J.
Lord, You Made The Cowboy Happy
(Bob Nolan)
Redwood Trees (Bob Nolan)

Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #4
Wagon Wheels (Billy Hill)
Dakota Land - B. J.
Ridin' Down The Canyon
Don Juan
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #5
 

Old Pioneer (Tim Spencer)

Old Blue - B. J.
Shine - Instrumental
You Ain't Heard Nothin' Till You Hear Him Roar
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #6

Over the Santa Fe Trail (Tim Spencer)

Gonna Shine - B. J.
Blue Prairie
(Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan)
There's A Rainbow Over The Range
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #7
Round-Up In The Sky
(Bob Nolan)
Hush, Little Baby - B. J.
Following The Sun All Day
(Bob Nolan)
 

Whisp'rin’ Wind (Tim Spencer)

Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #8
Buffalo
Georgia Boy - B. J.
Lilies Grow High
Too High, Too Wide, Too Low (Tim Spencer)
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #9
Throw Another Log On The Fire
Illinois - B. J.
Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
When You Come To The End Of The Day
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #10
Hills Of Ol' Wyoming
Roving Lumberjack - B. J.
Cody Of The Pony Express
(Bob Nolan)
Trail To San Antone
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #11
The Cowpoke
Curtains Of Night - B. J.
Round-Up Time Is Over
(Bob Nolan)
Graveyard Filler Of The West
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #12
Ridin' Home
(Bob Nolan)
Buck-Eye Jim - B. J.
Cornflower - Instrumental
Silent Trails
Smokey The Bear Theme

Show #13
The Boss Is Hanging Out A Rainbow
(Bob Nolan)
Smokey The Bear - B. J.
Cowboy Jubilee
 

The New Frontier (Tim Spencer)

Smokey The Bear Theme


1958 Series

Smokey Visits the Stars and the Sons of the Pioneers Sing. Cooperative Forest Fire Campaign. Sponsored by State Foresters and Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Sides 3 and 4 of 6. 1958. Transcription Disc TR-862
Side Three: Program 6-8.
3:1. Walter Brennan.
3:2. Billy Gray.
3.3. Hugh O'Brian.


Side Four: Program 9-10.
4:1. Roy Rogers.
4:2. Barbara Stanwyck.

 


 

Smokey Visits the Stars and the Sons of the Pioneers Sing. Cooperative Forest Fire Campaign. Sponsored by State Foresters and Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Sides 5 and 6 of 6. 1958  Transcription Disc TR-863
Side Five: Program 11-13.
5:1. Art Linkletter.
5:2. Ward Bond.
5.3. Broderick Crawford.


Side Six: Program 14-15.
6:1. Jon Provost.
6:2. James Arness.



Show #1
Smokey The Bear Theme
Love Song Of The Waterfall
(Bob Nolan)
Buffalo
Tumbling Tumbleweeds
(Bob Nolan)
Theme

Show #2
Smokey The Bear Theme
Touch Of God's Hand
(Bob Nolan)
Chant Of The Wanderer (Bob Nolan)

Theme

Show #3
Smokey The Bear Theme
Ridin' Down The Canyon
Timber Trail
Song Of The Bandit
(Bob Nolan)
Theme

Show #4
Smokey The Bear Theme
Cowboy Camp Meetin'
Blue Sky Way Out Yonder
Theme

Show #5
Smokey The Bear Theme
Redwood Trees
(Bob Nolan)
Chant Of The Plains (Bob Nolan)

Silent Trails
Theme

Show #6
Smokey The Bear Theme
Froggie Went A-Courtin'
 

Whisp'rin’ Wind (Tim Spencer)

Theme

1959 Series
Show #1
Smokey The Bear Theme
Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
Move On, You Lazy Cattle
(Bob Nolan)
Shine On Harvest Moon (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth)
Theme

Show #2
Smokey The Bear Theme
Ne-Ha-Nee
(Bob Nolan)
Night Falls On The Priairie (Bob Nolan)

Saddle Up
Theme

Show #3
Smokey The Bear Theme
The Woodsman's Prayer - Recitation by Barbara Stanwick
Along The Navajo Trail
A Fiddle, A Rifle, An Ax & A Bible
Theme

Show #4
Smokey The Bear Theme
Texas Plains (Stuart Hamblen)

Stars of the West (Tim Spencer)

A Summer Night's Rain (Bob Nolan)
Theme

Show #5
Smokey The Bear Theme
Land Beyond The Sun
Cherokee Strip (Glenn/Tim Spencer)
Cowboy Jubilee
Theme

Show #6
Smokey The Bear Theme
Yippi, Yi, Yippi Yo
Down Along The Sleepy Rio Grande
Rollin' Dust
Theme

Smokey Visits The Stars & The Sons Of The Pioneers Sing

1958 Series
1. Willard Waterman
2. Bing Crosby
3. Clint Walker
4. Dinah Shore
5. Dale Robertson
6. Walter Brennan
7. Billy Gray
8. Hugh O'Brian
9. Roy Rogers
10. Barbara Stanwyck
11. Art Linkletter
12. Ward Bond
13. Broderick Crawford
14. Jon Provost
15. James Arness

1959 Series
1. Danny Thomas
2. Dick Powell
3. Lawrence Welk
4. Michael Ansara
5. Robert Cummings
6. Tennessee Ernie Ford
7. Barbara Stanwyck
8. George Burns
9. Richard Boone
10. Jack Benny
11. Jack Webb
12. Ronald Reagan
13. Raymond Burr
14. Andy Devine
15. Red Skelton
16. George Montgomery
17. James Garner
18. Ozzie Nelson

Buddy Clark Show - 10/18/48, 02/28/49 (Guests: Pioneers) 1935 ABC Radio Show - 15 Min.

 

The Rex Allen Show

CBS 1950

 

"Rex Allen, longtime friend and admirer of the [Sons of the Pioneers], signed them to be a part of his 1950-52 radio show, sponsored by Phillips Petroleum. Joining the Pioneers on the program were former Spade Cooley vocalist, Jennie Jackson, fiddler Wade Ray, and accordionist, Frankie Messina. The Pioneers remained with Rex until they began their own program, Lucky U Ranch, which was, in effect, a continuation of the Rex Allen Show." (p. 49, Hear My Song by Ken Griffis.)

 

Front left to right: Ken Curtis & Rex Allen

Back: Shug Fisher, Hugh Farr, Tommy Doss, Lloyd Perryman and Karl Farr

(Photo courtesy of Les Adams)

 

Ticket courtesy of Gary Lynch

 


 

Lucky U Ranch

KHJ-Mutual Mondays through Fridays

 

By 1951 the Pioneers had their own "Lucky U Ranch" scripted program sponsored by Planter's Peanuts and  announced by George Putnam. The boys lived on a "ranch" near the desert, Betty Taylor was the schoolteacher who had a crush on silent Tommy Doss. Frankie Messina provided accordion music; Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher provided comedy.

 

851 programs.

 

PHOTO

Left to right

Back: Hugh Farr, Betty Taylor, Shug Fisher and Frankie Messina

Front: Ken Curtis, Tommy Doss, Lloyd Perryman and Karl Farr

 

November 5, 1951 - May 27, 1953

(courtesy of Lawrence Hopper)

 

3 November 1951. Pilot Show.
Transcription Disc TR-65-68

Parts 1-4.

3 November 1951. Pilot Show.
Transcription Disc TR-69, 70, Duplicate of TR-61, 64.

Parts 1-4.

5 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-71, 72
"Yippee Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Let the Rest of the World Go By," (Ernest Ball / J Keirn Brennan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Prairie Serenade," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pretty Eyed Baby," Betty Taylor.
"This Ain't the Same Old Range," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

6 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-73, 74
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honeysuckle Rose," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Ridin' Home," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers and Lloyd Perryman.
"Froggie Went a Courtin'," Shug Fisher.
"Have I Told You Lately That I Love U," Betty Taylor.
"Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Ken Curtis.



7 November 1951 Transcription Disc TR-75, 76
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Seaside Schottische," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Along the Santa Fe Trail," Ken Curtis.
"Little Red Wagon," Betty Taylor.
"The Boss is Hangin' Out in a Rainbow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

8 November 1951 Transcription Disc TR-77, 78
"There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Blues," Karl Farr.
"I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen,"
(Thomas P. Westendorf) Ken Curtis.
"Wedding Dolls," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Following the Sun All Day," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

9 November 1951 Transcription Disc TR-79, 80
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cielito Lindo,"
(Carlos Fernandez) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose of Tralee," Lloyd Perryman.
"Sweet Betsy from Pike," Sons of the Pioneers.
"A Gay Ranchero," Frankie Messina.
"Keeper of my Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Sons of the Pioneers.

12 November 1951Transcription Disc TR-81, 82
"Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers and Tommy Doss.
"What This Country Needs," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waggoner," Hugh Farr.
"Heartbreak Hill," Tommy Doss.
"Mississippi," Betty Taylor.
"Little White Cross," Ken Curtis.

12 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-79 and TR-80.) Transcription Disc TR-83, 84

12 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-79 and TR-80.) Transcription Disc TR-85, 86

13 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-87, 88
"Skip to My Lou," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wonderous Word," Ken Curtis and Hugh Farr.
"Sentimental Journey," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Cold Cold Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Grasshopper Heart," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.

13 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-85 and TR-86) Transcription Disc TR-89, 90


14 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-91, 92
"Cody of the Pony Express," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"San Antone Rose," Tommy Doss, Hugh Farr, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Because of You," Ken Curtis.
"Dreamy Reverie," Karl Farr.
"Handsome Stranger," Betty Taylor.
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Ken Curtis, Hugh Farr, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Last Roundup," Lloyd Perryman.

15 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-93, 94
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Must Come in at the Door," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Room Full of Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Quicksilver," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"After You've Gone," Frankie Messina.
"Home on the Range,"  (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) Sons of the Pioneers.

15 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-91 and TR-92.) Transcription Disc TR-95, 96

16 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-97, 98
"Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Teardrops in my Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Lady be Good," Hugh Farr.
"I'll Never be Free," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.

16 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-95 and TR-96.) Transcription Disc TR-99, 100

19 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-101, 102
"Aunt Dinah's Quiltin' Party," (Kyle/Fletcher) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Sun Goes Down Again," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Fly," Karl Farr.
"Gold Mine in the Sky," Ken Curtis.
"Why Don't You Haul Off and Love Me," Betty Taylor.
"Bring Your Roses to Her Now," Sons of the Pioneers.

 

Betty Taylor (photo courtesy of Josie Shapira)

19 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-99 and TR-100.) Transcription Disc TR-103, 104

20 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-105, 106
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ramona,"  (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Draggin' the Bow," Hugh Farr.
"My Happiness," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.
"What'ch Gonna Say to Peter," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lucky Old Sun," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-107, 108
"Silver Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Over the Santa Fe Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bouquet of Roses," Ken Curtis.
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Careless Hands," Betty Taylor.
"You Ain't Heard Nothin' Till You Hear Him Roar," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Roundup in the Sky," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

22 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-109, 110
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sin," Ken Curtis.
"Hillbilly Weddin' in June," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Among my Souvenirs," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"The Merry Go Round Broke Down," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.
"The Lord's Prayer," Sons of the Pioneers.


22 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-107 and TR-108.) Transcription Disc TR-111, 112

23 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-113, 114
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Down Yonder," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mexicali Rose," Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cow Crossed the Road," Hugh Farr.
"Ne ha nee," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Slowpoke," Betty Taylor.
"Song of the Pioneers," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-115, 116
"Roundup Time is Over," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Ken Curtis.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waltz of the Roses," Ken Curtis.
"If I Can Love You in the Morning," Betty Taylor.
"Up a Lazy River" (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) Karl Farr.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

27 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-117, 118
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trail Dreamin'," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home in San Antone," Tommy Doss.
"Old Folks," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sundown," Ken Curtis.
"Have You Ever Been Lonely," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Rollin' Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-119, 120
"Tumbling Tumbleweeds," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bound for the Rio Grande," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Ain't Gonna Cry No More," Ken Curtis.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Daddy's Little Cowboy," Ken Curtis.
"Someday," Betty Taylor.
"Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Fisher's Hornpipe," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 November 1951. (Duplicate of TR-117 and TR-118.) Transcription Disc TR-121, 122

29 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-123, 124
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Strawberry Roan," Tommy Doss.
"A Summer Nights Rain," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Somebody Bigger Than You or I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard Anymore," Shug Fisher.
"Butterfingers," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.

30 November 1951. Transcription Disc TR-125, 126
"Cindy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Roses," Ken Curtis.
"Blue Shadows," Lloyd Perryman.
"Gotta Have My Baby Back," Betty Taylor.
"I Follow the Stream," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Clarinet Polka," Frankie Messina.

3 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-127, 128
"When the Bloom is on the Sage," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cold Cold Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"I Follow the Stream," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"South in My Soul," Karl Farr.
"Them There Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet," (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Sons of the Pioneers.

4 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-129, 130
"Hear Dem Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Old Sod Shanty On My Claim," Tommy Doss.
"May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whistlin' Rufus," Hugh Farr.
"Beautiful Ohio," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Empty Saddles," Sons of the Pioneers.
"In a Little Red Barn," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-131, 132
"Cimmaron," Sons of the Pioneers.
"San Fernando Valley," Frankie Messina.
"Smilin' Thru," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jealous Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Goin' Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'm an Old Cowhand," Sons of the Pioneers.

6 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-133, 134
"Ragtime Cowboy Joe," (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Brown Jug,"  (R. A. Eastburn) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time," Ken Curtis and Lloyd Perryman.
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Kelly Brown Waltz," Hugh Farr.
"Tears on My Pillow," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

7 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-135, 136
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr.
"American Forever," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rock Me to Sleep in My Rocky Mountain Home,"
(Fred Howard - Nat Vincent - Billy Hill  - William Raskin) Tommy Doss.
"Winter Wonderland," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"The Minstrel Boy," Lloyd Perryman.
"Highways Are Happy Ways," Sons of the Pioneers.

10 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-137, 138
"When the Prairie Sun Says Good Morning," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"China Boy," Hugh Farr.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Lloyd Perryman.
"Two Seated Saddle," Betty Taylor.
"Throw a Saddle on a Star," (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke) Ken Curtis.
"Wagons West," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Where the Morning Glories Grow," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-139, 140
"Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley), Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tico Tico, no Fubá" (Zequinha de Abreu) Instrumental with Frankie Messina.
"Throw Another Log on the Fire," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Told Them All about You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Apple Blossom Time," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Lord You Made The Cowboy Happy," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Utah Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

12 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-141, 142
"Yippe Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Karl Farr.
"Touch of God's Hand," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"That Old White Mule of Mine," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Teardrops from My Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Sin," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home in Wyoming," Sons of the Pioneers.

13 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-143, 144
"Chisholm Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shine," Hugh Farr.
"My Gal is Purple," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Echoes From the Hills," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Longing," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Blue Bonnet Girl," Lloyd Perryman.

14 December 1951. Special Bob Nolan Program. Transcription Disc TR-145
"Welcome to the Spring," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Prairie," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hill Billy Wedding," Bob Nolan and Tommy Doss.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Send Him Home to Me," (Bob Nolan) Betty Taylor.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

14 December 1951. Duplicate of TR-143. Transcription Disc TR-146, 147

17 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-148, 149
"Nellie Bly," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Daddy's Little Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honey Suckle Rose," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"In the Gloaming," Lloyd Perryman.
"Who Me," Shug Fisher.
"Baby Doll," Betty Taylor.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.

18 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-150, 151
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Peanut Vendor," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Love You Truly," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Love You Because," Betty Taylor.
"Silver on the Sage," Ken Curtis.
"Goin' Back to Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-152, 153
"Detour," Sons of the Pioneers.
"There'll Be Some Changes," Karl Farr.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"San Antonio Rose," Tommy Doss.
"Yearning," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard Anymore," Shug Fisher.
"Following the Sun," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Arkansas Traveler," Hugh Farr.

20 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-154, 155
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. ("A Cowboy has to Sing?" by Bob Nolan?
"When the Golden Train Comes Down," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Go West Again," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Deed I Do," Hugh Farr.
"Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie," Tommy Doss.
"When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin Along," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-156, 157
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shine On Harvest Moon,"  (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth) Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Cattle Call," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster) Lloyd Perryman.
"Nancy Till," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sandman Lullaby," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.

24 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-158, 159
"Columbus Stockade Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Undecided," Frankie Messina.
"Galway Bay," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Wagonmaster," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Santa Claus is Coming to Town," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Waggoner," Hugh Farr.

24 December 1951. (Duplicate of TR-156 and TR-157.) Transcription Disc TR-160, 161

25 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-162, 163
"Jingle Bells," Sons of the Pioneers and the audience.
"An Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Puddy Cat Song," Shug Fisher.
"Rudolph Red Nosed Reindeer," Betty Taylor.
"Here Comes Santa Clause," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-164, 165
"Buffalo Gal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"At Sundown," Karl Farr.
"An Old Fashioned Locket," Lloyd Perryman.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"At the End of the Lane," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Anytime," Ken Curtis.
"Careless Hands," Betty Taylor.
"Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-166, 167
"Cut Down the Old Pine Tree," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Must Come in at the Door," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Moonlight on the Prairie," (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
"No. 10 Lullaby Lane," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Along the Santa Fe Trail," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Keep the Home Fires Burning," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-168, 169
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Whisp'rin' Wind," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Along the Navajo Trail," Betty Taylor.
"Roundup in the Sky," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chuckawalla Swing," Sons of the Pioneers.

31 December 1951. Transcription Disc TR-170, 171
"There's a Blue Sky Away Out Yonder," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jessie Polka," Frankie Messina.
"If You Ever Turn Me Down," Betty Taylor.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cody of the Pony Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair," Lloyd Perryman.
"Lucky Road," Sons of the Pioneers.

2 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-172, 173
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farewell Blues," Karl Farr.
"Hello Way Up There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Down Yonder," Tommy Doss.
"Wedding Bells," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"There's a Long Long Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

3 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-174, 175
"Rainbow Over the Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Milenberg Joys," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Waltz of the Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"South of the Border," Ken Curtis.
"Wabash Cannonball," Betty Taylor.
"Roll Along Jordan," Sons of the Pioneers.

4 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-176, 177
"Take me Back to Tulsa," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When you Leave the World Behind," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Wagon Wheels," Sons of the Pioneers.
"A No Good Son of a Gun," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Golden Wedding Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Beyond the Reef," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"You Wore a Tulip," Sons of the Pioneers.

7 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-178, 179
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Draggin' the Bow," Hugh Farr.
"The Singing Hills," Ken Curtis.
"Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Foolish Tears," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"It's Good to Know You," Sons of the Pioneers.

8 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-180, 181
"Yippe-I Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr
"Eagles Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Bonaparte's Retreat," Tommy Doss.
"The Boss is Hangin' Out a Rainbow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Grasshopper Heart," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Home in Wyoming," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-182, 183
"The West is in My Soul," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Kerry Dancers," Frankie Messina.
"The Touch of God's Hand," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"On the Alamo," Hugh Farr.
"Aha! San Antone," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Ridin' Down the Canyon," Betty Taylor.
"I Want a Gal Just Like the Gal That Married Dear Old Dad," Sons of the Pioneers.

10 January 1952. Special Stan Jones Program. Transcription Disc TR-184, 185
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chuckawalla Swing," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Gal is Purple," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whirlwind," Stan Jones
"The Wind is a Woman," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Owl Lullaby," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Tommy Doss.

10 January 1952. (Duplicate of TR-182 and TR-183.) Transcription Disc TR-186, 187

11 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-188, 189
"Jim Crack Corn," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy Camp Meetin'," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cottage in the Clouds," (Bob Nolan & Lloyd Perryman) Lloyd Perryman.
"Alabama Jubilee," Tommy Doss.
"You Can't Break My Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Git Along Little Doggies," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-190, 191
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cornflower," Hugh Farr.
"Melody from the Sky," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rim of the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"I Still Feel the Same about You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Getting to Know You," Betty Taylor


15 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-192, 193
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in A," Karl Farr.
"Love at the Country Fair," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Heartbreak Hill," Tommy Doss.
"Way Out West in Kansas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"New Frontier," Sons of the Pioneers.

16 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-194, 195
"
Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party)" (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Limehouse Blues," Frankie Messina.
"Ho-Le-O," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Arkansas Talkin' Blues," Shug Fisher.
"Be My Life's Companion," Betty Taylor.
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

16 January 1952. (Duplicate of TR-192 and TR-193.) Transcription Disc TR-196, 197

17 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-198, 199
"Waitin' for the Robert E. Lee,"  (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Arkansas Traveler," Hugh Farr.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr.
"Chicken Reel," Hugh Farr.
"I'll Never Be Free," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"It's Always You," Ken Curtis.
"Shrimp Boats," Betty Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Pioneers," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Open Up Them Pearly Gates," Sons of the Pioneers.

17 January 1952. (Duplicate of TR-196 and TR-197.) Transcription Disc TR-200, 201

18 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-202, 203
"Hot Time in New Orleans Tonight," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Birth of the Blues," Karl Farr.
"Slowpoke," Betty Taylor.
"Moonlight and Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mellow Mountain Moon," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Cowpoke," Lloyd Perryman.
"Mr. and Mississippi," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-204, 205
"Texas Tornado," Sons of the Pioneers.
"How High the Moon," Frankie Messina.
"It's a Lie," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Gold Star Mother," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes, " Betty Taylor.
"Whoopee Ti Hi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"September Song," Ken Curtis.
"When the Sun Goes Down Again," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-206, 207
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skinner's Sock," Hugh Farr.
"Tag Along," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"At the Rainbow's End," (Bob Nolan)Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Nehanee," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"In the Cumberland Mountains," Sons of the Pioneers.

23 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-208, 209
"The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whispering," Karl Farr.
"Candy Kisses," Betty Taylor.
"Resurrectus" Sons of the Pioneers.
"Too Young," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dear Evelina," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chuck Wagon Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.

24 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-210, 211
"Out On the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajun Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Moon Country," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose of Tralee," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Move On You Lazy Cattle," (Bob Nolan) Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Beautiful Ohio," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Utah Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

25 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-212, 213
"Sky Ball Paint," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You're Just a Flower From an Old Bouquet," Hugh Farr.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home in San Antone," Tommy Doss.
"Handsome Stranger," Betty Taylor.
"Lonesome Road," Hugh Farr.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

28 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-214, 215
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Prairie Serenade," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Back in Your Own Back Yard," Betty Taylor.
"Keep a Light in Your Window," Lloyd Perryman and Tommy Doss.
"Ridin' Home," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Polly Wolly Doodle," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-216, 217
"Silver Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honeysuckle Rose," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Love Song of a Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Plain Old Plains," Tommy Doss.
"I'll Always Be in Love with You," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Wagons West," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Old Sod Shanty on My Claim," Sons of the Pioneers.

30 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-218, 219
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"It had to be You,"  (Isham Jones / Gus Kahn) Karl Farr.
"Always,"  (Irving Berlin)  Lloyd Perryman.
"A Penny for Your Thoughts," Betty Taylor.
"Strawberry Blonde on the Strawberry Roan," Ken Curtis.
"Rollin' Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Brown Jug," (R. A. Eastburn) Sons of the Pioneers.

31 January 1952. Transcription Disc TR-220, 221
"My Adobe Hacienda," (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Texas Skiparoo," Hugh Farr.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair," Lloyd Perryman.
"Following the Sun," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Remembering," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"When the Bees Are in the Hive," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 February 1952. Special Tim Spencer Program. Transcription Disc TR-222, 223
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Everlasting Hills," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Over the Santa Fe Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Little Guy Who Looks Like You," Betty Taylor.
"Room Full of Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.

4 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-224, 225
"Cowboys and Indians," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Room Full of Roses," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Parody on Room Full of Roses," Shug Fisher.
"Trail Dreamin'," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Birds and Butterflies," Betty Taylor.
"Hand Me Down My Walkin' Cane," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-226, 227
"Rocky Roads," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Never Knew," Hugh Farr.
"What This Country Needs," Tommy Doss and Hugh Farr.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll Hold You in My Heart," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Over the Santa Fe Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Glendy Burk," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.

6 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-228, 229
"Blue Ridge Mountain Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whatcha Gonna Say to Peter," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Ain't Heard Nothin' Till You Hear Him Roarin'," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"The Little White Cloud That Cried," Betty Taylor.
"Gold Mine in the Sky," Ken Curtis.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

7 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-230, 231
"Ride 'Em Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Betty Taylor.
"Little Annie Rooney," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Indian Summer," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Dolly Day," Sons of the Pioneers.


8 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-232, 233
"Camptown Races,"
  (Stephen Foster)  Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dengozo," Frankie Messina.
"Old Rockin' Chair," (Willie James Clarke / Clarence Henry Reid)  Hugh Farr Sings.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Lloyd Perryman.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"I'm Gonna Tie a Little String Around Your Finger," Betty Taylor.
"Nancy Till," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-234, 235
"Sioux City Sue," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Sue," Hugh Farr.
"Lead Me Gently Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Hangin' Blues," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll Be Seeing You," Ken Curtis.
"Sentimental Me," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

12 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-236, 237
"Detour," Sons of the Pioneers.
"There'll Be Some Changes Made," Karl Farr.
"I Told Them All about You," Lloyd Perryman.
"Church Music," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues for Dixie," Tommy Doss.
"Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie," Sons of the Pioneers.

13 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-238, 239
"There's a Blue Sky Way Up Yonder," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Gay Ranchero," Frankie Messina.
"Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shame, Shame on You," Betty Taylor.
"That Pioneers Mother of Mine," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cielito Lindo,"
(Carlos Fernandez) Sons of the Pioneers.

14 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-240, 241
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing?" (Bob Nolan)
"Little Rock Getaway," Hugh Farr.
"Falling Leaf," Lloyd Perryman.
"Ramona,"  (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wedding Dolls," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Oh, Wasn't That a Wide River," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Red Wing," Sons of the Pioneers.

15 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-242, 243
"My Saddle Pals and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose Room," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Spanish Cavalier" Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Fly Away Little Bluebird," Betty Taylor.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Are My Sunshine," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-244, 245
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tennessee Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Slowpoke," Betty Taylor.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Faithful Pal O' Mine," Lloyd Perryman.
"Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-246, 247
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Goofus," Hugh Farr.
"Anytime," Ken Curtis.
"My Heart Cries for You," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Ghost Riders," Sons of the Pioneers.

20 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-248, 249
"Echoes From the Hills," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Coquette," Karl Farr.
"When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again" (Wiley Walker / Gene Sullivan) Betty Taylor.
"Whispering Hope," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley), Sons of the Pioneers.
"Froggie Went a Courtin'," Shug Fisher.
"Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-250, 251
"Way Out There," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waggoner," Hugh Farr.
"Goodwill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Moonlight Bay," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Lazy Bones," Hugh Farr.
"Along the Navajo Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

22 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-252, 253
"Idaho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Where Are You," Betty Taylor.
"So Long to the Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Charmaine," Lloyd Perryman.
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

25 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-254, 255
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamie Reverie," Karl Farr.
"Cry," Ken Curtis.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Lloyd Perryman.
"Ever True Ever More," Betty Taylor.
"Ida Red," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-256, 257
"Goin' Down to Santa Fe Town," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Half Schottische," Hugh Farr.
"Whiffenpoof Song," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lord You Made the Cowboy Happy," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Have I Stayed Away Too Long," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.


27 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-258, 259
"Jim Crack Corn," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farewell Blues," Karl Farr.
"Goodwill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Have You Ever Been Lonely," Betty Taylor.
"Mona Lisa," Ken Curtis.
"An Old Water Wheel," Lloyd Perryman and Tommy Doss.

 

Left: George Putnam, announcer



28 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-260, 261
"Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Forgive and Forget," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"I Follow the Stream," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagon Wheels," Hugh Farr.
"Blue Juniata," Tommy Doss.
"Oh! Susanna," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.

29 February 1952. Transcription Disc TR-262, 263
"Mojave," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skinner's Sock," Hugh Farr.
"All God's Chillun Got Rhythm," Betty Taylor.
"Shrimp Boats," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie," Sons of the Pioneers.

3 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-264, 265
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Exactly Like You," Karl Farr.
"Careless Kisses," Betty Taylor.
"May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mr. and Mississippi," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Pioneers," Tommy Doss.

4 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-266, 267
"Cody of the Pony Express," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"China Boy," Hugh Farr.
"Tag Along," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"My Best to You," Tommy Doss.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher.
"Raindrops," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet," (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Sons of the Pioneers.

5 March 1952. Special Cindy Walker Program. Transcription Disc TR-268, 269
"Tater Pie," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Undecided," Frankie Messina.
"Eagle's Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"You're From Texas," Hugh Farr.
"Take Me in Your Arms and Hold Me," Hugh Farr.
"I Was Just Walkin' Out the Door," Ken Curtis.
"Thingamajig," Cindy Walker.

6 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-270, 271
"Saddle the Sun," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"After You've Gone," Frankie Messina.
"Sin," Ken Curtis.
"What'll I Do," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Kentucky," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.

7 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-272, 273
"Columbus Stockade Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bugle Call Rag," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Will Never Grow Old," Betty Taylor.
"You Ain't Heard Nothin' Till You Hear Him Roar," (Bob Nolan) Pat Brady.
"Lucky Old Sun," Lloyd Perryman.
"Goin' Home," Sons of the Pioneers.

10 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-274, 275
"Cowboys and Indians," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The World is Waiting for the Sunshine," Karl Farr.
"Little White Cloud That Cried," Lloyd Perryman.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Come What May," Betty Taylor.
"Hello Way Up There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hot Time in New Orleans Tonight," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-276, 277
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)?
"Lady Be Good," Hugh Farr.
"The Lord's Prayer," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Grasshopper Heart," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Cowboy's Life for Me," Lloyd Perryman.

12 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-278, 279
"I Got Spurs That Jingle," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Get Happy," Frankie Messina.
"In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree," Betty Taylor.
"Silver on the Sage," Ken Curtis.
"Gooseberry Pie," Shug Fisher.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

13 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-280, 281
"Goin' Down the Road Feeling Bad," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Up the Lazy River," Karl Farr.
"On the Banks of the Sunny San Juan," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You and I," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"I'm an Old Cow Hand," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-282, 283
"Night Train to Memphis," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Humoresque," (Dvořák) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Throw a Saddle on a Star," (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke) Ken Curtis.
"I Love You So Much," Betty Taylor.
"A Summer Night's Rain," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

17 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-284, 285
"MacNamara's Band," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Irish Washerwoman," Hugh Farr.
"Down By the Glen Side," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"It's a Great Day For the Irish," Betty Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Minstrel Boy," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Peggy O'Neil," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-286, 287
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee,"  (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Heartbreak Hill," Sons of the Pioneers and Ken Curtis.
"Summertime," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Does Your Heart Beat for Me," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Strawberry Blonde on a Strawberry Roan," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-288, 289
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"
Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party) (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle)" Karl Farr.
"Land Beyond the Sun," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Crazy Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Close to Heaven," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Little Brown Jug,"  (R. A. Eastburn) Sons of the Pioneers.

20 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-290, 291
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Deed I Do," Hugh Farr.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll See You in my Dreams" (Gus Kahn/Isham Jones), Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Is it True What They Say About Dixie," Hugh Farr.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

21 March 1952. Special Guest Rex Allen. Transcription Disc TR-292, 293
"Goin' Back to Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hawaiian War Chant," Frankie Messina.
"Please Mr. Sun," Ken Curtis.
"Twilight on the Trail" (Sidney D. Mitchell/Louis Alter), Rex Allen.
"Down the Trail of Aching Hearts," Betty Taylor.
"When Day is Done," Sons of the Pioneers.

24 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-294, 295
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Avalon," Hugh Farr.
"Waltz of the Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Diesel Smoke," Sons of the Pioneers.
"One Sweet Letter From You," Betty Taylor.
"Soldier's Joy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Barnyard Jubilee," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

25 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-296, 297
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Limehouse Blues," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Always,"  (Irving Berlin)  Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Almost," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Old Sod Shanty on My Claim," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Followin' the Sun," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

26 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-298, 299
"Chisholm Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Tango," Frankie Messina.
"Prairie Serenade," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Broke My Heart Little Darlin'," Betty Taylor.
"Church in the Wildwood," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Diesel Smoke," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-300, 301
"On the Rhythm Range," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"South in My Soul," Karl Farr.
"Star of Hope," Tommy Doss, Lloyd Perryman, and Betty Taylor.
"Sunrise on the Prairie," Ken Curtis.
"What This Country Needs," Hugh Farr and Tommy Doss.
"Soldier's Joy," Sons of the Pioneers and Hugh Farr.

28 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-302, 303
"My Saddle Pals and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wishing," Betty Taylor.
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard," Shug Fisher.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Buttermilk Sky," Ken Curtis.
"Diesel Smoke," Sons of the Pioneers.

31 March 1952. Transcription Disc TR-304, 305
"Idaho-Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"Trail of the Lonesome Pine," Betty Taylor.
"Swanee River," Hugh Farr.
"Move on You Lazy Cattle," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whispering Hope," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wahoo," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-306, 307
"When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wonderous Word," Hugh Farr, Ken Curtis, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Singing in the Rain," Betty Taylor.
"Half Pint Head," Dink Swink.
"Wheel of Fortune," Lloyd Perryman.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Tommy Doss.

2 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-308, 309
"Ida Red," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Aha San Antone," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Red River Valley," Betty Taylor.
"Blues in D," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Grab Your Saddle Horn and Blow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.

3 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-310, 311
"Silver Bell," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Coquette," Karl Farr.
"Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Harbor Lights," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Adobe Hacienda," (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Sons of the Pioneers.

4 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-312, 313
"Roundup Time Is Over," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Must Come in at the Door," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little White Cloud That Cried," Lloyd Perryman.
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon," (Ed Madden/Gus Evans)  Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Wanderers of the Wasteland," Sons of the Pioneers.

7 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-314, 315
"Deep in the Heart of Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Thinkin' of You," Hugh Farr.
"Sentimental Me," Betty Taylor.
"Ridin' Home," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Song of the Trail," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Ridge Mountain Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.

8 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-316, 317
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Steel Guitar Rag," Karl Farr.
"Anytime," Ken Curtis.
"You'll Never Grow Old," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ezekiel Saw de Wheel," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-318, 319
"Chuckawalla Swing," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Good Will," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Want to be a Cowboy's Sweetheart," Betty Taylor.
"I Told Them All About You," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"There's a Blue Sky Away Out Yonder," Sons of the Pioneers.

10 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-320, 321
"Ridin' Old Paint and Leadin' Old Bald," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jesse Polka," Frankie Messina.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honest and Truly," Betty Taylor.
"Skip to My Lou," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-322, 323
"Take Me Back to Tulsa," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Here Comes Peter Cottontail," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Don Juan," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Lord's Prayer," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-324, 325
"Chuck Wagon Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Keep a Light in Your Window," Lloyd Perryman and Tommy Doss.
"September Song," Ken Curtis.
"Land Beyond the Sun," Hugh Farr, Ken Curtis, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"The New Frontier," Sons of the Pioneers.

15 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-326, 327
"Mojave," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Tommy Doss.
"I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen,"
(Thomas P. Westendorf) Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ho-Le-O," Sons of the Pioneers.
"No Letter Today," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.

16 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-328
"The Home Corral," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)
"Lady of Spain," Frankie Messina.
"Fandango," Shug Fisher.
"You've Got Me Wrapped Around Your Finger," Betty Taylor.
"Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster)  Lloyd Perryman.
"Rolling Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Nancy Till," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.

17 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-329, 330
"Echoes From the Hills," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whistlin' Rufus," Hugh Farr.
"For Me and My Gal," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.

18 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-331, 332
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Runnin' Wild," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Star of Hope," Lloyd Perryman, Tommy Doss, and Betty Taylor.
"Always You," Ken Curtis.
"There's a Long, Long Trail A-Winding," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cody of the Pony Express," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

21 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-333, 334
"Ragtime Cowboy Joe," (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Tango," Frankie Messina.
"Teardrops in My Heart," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Call Everybody Darling," Betty Taylor.
"Roundup in the Sky," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-335, 336
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hillbilly Weddin' in June," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Roses," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Happiness," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Pioneers," Sons of the Pioneers.

23 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-337, 338
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honeysuckle Rose," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Lucky Old Sun," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Are My Sunshine," Betty Taylor.
"Plain Old Plains," Tommy Doss.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

24 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-339, 340
"Yippe Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Exactly Like You," Karl Farr.
"Lie Low Little Dogies," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Along the Santa Fe Trail," Ken Curtis.
"Butterfingers," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"
Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party)" (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Sons of the Pioneers.

25 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-341, 342
"Cielito Lindo,"
(Carlos Fernandez) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sleepy Time Down South," Hugh Farr.
"Bonaparte's Retreat," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trees," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Life is a Beautiful Thing," Betty Taylor.
"Cindy," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-343, 344
"Don't Fence Me In," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tennessee Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
"St. Louis Blues," Hugh Farr.
"There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder," (Jimmie Davis, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic) Betty Taylor.
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-345, 346
"When the Bloom is on the Sage," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Blues," Karl Farr.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Lloyd Perryman.
"Lights Out," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Blacksmith Blues," Ken Curtis.
"Columbus Stockade Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.

30 April 1952. Transcription Disc TR-347, 348
"Sagebrush Symphony," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sensation," Hugh Farr.
"My Best to You," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Red Wagon," Betty Taylor.
"I Remember the Cornfields," Lloyd Perryman.
"In the Cumberland Mountains," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-349, 350
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.
"After You've Gone," Frankie Messina.
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Get the Blues When it Rains," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"New River Train," Sons of the Pioneers.

2 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-351, 352
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowpoke," Lloyd Perryman.
"Some of These Days," Karl Farr.
"Dear Hearts and Gentle People," Betty Taylor.
"The Wheel of Fortune," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"At the End of the Lane," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-353, 354
"Out on the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Told Them All about You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waltz of the Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chimney Smoke," Betty Taylor.
"Please Mr. Sun," Ken Curtis.
"Wait for the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley), Sons of the Pioneers.

6 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-355, 356
"Tater Pie," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dixieland Jazz Band," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll Never Be Free," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"No More," Lloyd Perryman.
"Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Betsy from Pike," Sons of the Pioneers.

7 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-357, 358
"Cody of the Pony Express," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamy Reverie," Karl Farr.
"Stardust," Ken Curtis.
"Put Your Shoes on Lucy," Betty Taylor.
"Wagon Wheels," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Oh Susanna," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.

8 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-359, 360
"Texas Plain," Sons of the Pioneers.
"That's a Plenty," Frankie Messina.
"Serenade of a Cowboy," Lloyd Perryman.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Marshmallow Moon," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Goin' Home," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-361, 362
"Sioux City Sue," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Oh, Wasn't That a Wide River," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bring Your Roses to Her Now," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Mother's Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Gold Star Mother," Sons of the Pioneers.

12 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-363, 364
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamer with a Penny," Betty Taylor.
"Pioneer Mother," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Bees Are in the Hive," Sons of the Pioneers.

13 May 1952. Gold Deed Winner: Marty Robbins. Transcription Disc TR-365, 366
"Ride 'Em Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Just an Old Fashioned Locket and a Curl," Lloyd Perryman.
"Far Away Places," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Up a Lazy River" (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) Karl Farr.
"Dolly Day," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 May 1952.Transcription Disc TR-367, 368

15 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-369, 370
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Brown Jug," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Cottage in the Clouds," (Bob Nolan & Lloyd Perryman) Lloyd Perryman.
"Yearning," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Wagons West," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

16 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-371, 372
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamer with a Penny," Betty Taylor.
"Pioneers Mother," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Bees Are in the Hive," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-373, 374
"Wahoo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Undecided," Frankie Messina.
"Ride Ranger Ride," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Must Have Been Out of My Mind," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Heartbreak Hill," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ezekiel Saw De Wheel," Sons of the Pioneers.

20 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-375, 376
"Silver Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lady Be Good," Hugh Farr.
"Copper Canyon," Betty Taylor.
"Diesel Smoke," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Day is Done," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Polly Wolly Doodle," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 May 1952. Special Guest Jack Berch. Transcription Disc TR-377, 378
"There's a Rainbow Over the Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Down Yonder," Tommy Doss.
"Hey Good Lookin'," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Jack Berch and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bless This House," Jack Berch and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Texas Tornado," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-379, 380
"Chisholm Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagons Westward Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Night Falls on the Prairie," (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shine on Harvest Moon,"  (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth) Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Gotta Get Me Somebody to Love," Betty Taylor.
"Blue Juniata," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.

23 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-381, 382
"Tweedle O' Twill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Gal I Left Behind Me," Hugh Farr.
"Melody from the Sky," Lloyd Perryman.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Penny a Kiss," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Westward Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-383, 384
"Jimmy Crack Corn," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Clarinet Polka," Frankie Messina.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sunday," Betty Taylor.
"Utah Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-385, 386
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Anytime," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Juanita," (Caroline Norton arr.) Sons of the Pioneers.
"At the Rainbows's End," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Carolina in the Morning," Betty Taylor, Lloyd Perryman, and Tommy Doss.
"When You Wore a Tulip," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-387, 388
"Cimarron,"  (Johnny Bond) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tennessee Saturday Night," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"When it's Springtime in the Rockies" (Mary Hale Woolsey / Robert Sauer & Milt Taggart) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Crawdad Song," Shug Fisher.
"I'll String Along With You," Betty Taylor.
"Where the Rio Rolls Along," (Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.

29 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-389, 390
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bye Bye Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"South of the Border," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ethel My Clam Digger Sweetheart," Dink Swink.
"Gimme a Little Kiss," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"When the Golden Train Comes Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

30 May 1952. Transcription Disc TR-391, 392
"Camptown Races,"
  (Stephen Foster)  Sons of the Pioneers.
"Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along," Betty Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"America Forever," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Be Anything, But Be Mine," Betty Taylor.
"Little White Cross," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.

2 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-393, 394
"Night Train for Memphis," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Rim of the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Sons of the Pioneers.
"There's a Cloud in My Valley of Sunshine," Betty Taylor.
"Way Out West in Kansas," Sons of the Pioneers.

3 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-395, 396
"When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose Room," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Thinkin' of You," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagons West," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lead Me Gently Home," Sons of the Pioneers.

4 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-397, 398
"Chuck Wagon Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Listen to the Mocking Bird," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Leanin' on the Old Top Rail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stolen Love," Betty Taylor.
"Open Up Them Pearly Gates," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-399, 400
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sundown," Karl Farr.
"Empty Saddles," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Followin' the Sun All Day," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Goin' Back to Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.

6 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-401, 402
"Take Me Back to Tulsa," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Aha San Antone," Ken Curtis, Shug Fisher, and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mystery of His Way," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dime a Dozen," Betty Taylor.
"Red Wing," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-403, 404
"Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whistlin' Rufus," Karl Farr.
"Ridin' Home," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher.
"Ghost Riders," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Star of Hope," Betty Taylor, Lloyd Perryman, and Tommy Doss.
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rollin' Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Karl Farr.

10 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-405, 406
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)
"Texas Skiparoo," Hugh Farr.
"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen,"
(Thomas P. Westendorf) Ken Curtis.
"Little Red Wagon," Betty Taylor.
"Have I Told You Lately That I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Who Me," Shug Fisher.
"Sky Ball Paint," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

11 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-407, 408
"Cimmaron," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Cat," Shug Fisher.
"How High the Moon," Betty Taylor.
"Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

12 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-409, 410
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Them There Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Half Pint Head," Dink Swink.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

13 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-411, 412
"Buffalo Gal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"There'll Be Some Changes Made," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Long Ago and Far Away," Ken Curtis.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr.
"Wabash Cannonball," Betty Taylor.
"Hills of Old Wyoming," Sons of the Pioneers.
"So Long," Sons of the Pioneers

16 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-413, 414
"Out On the Open range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"How High the Moon," Frankie Messina.
"My Gal is Purple," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Erie Canal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Kentucky Waltz," Betty Taylor.
"Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.

17 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-415, 416
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cattle Call," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Owl Lullaby," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-417, 418
"Roll Along Jordan," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shine," Hugh Farr.
"A Summer Night's Rain," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whispering Wind," Betty Taylor.
"Silver Bell," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-419, 420
"Hear Dem Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Sons of the Pioneers.
"If I Had My Way," Lloyd Perryman.
"Foggy River," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Dreamin'," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Sun Goes Down Again," Sons of the Pioneers.

20 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-421, 422
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr.
"On the Rhythm Range," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let's Go West Again," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Double Shuffle," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"The Boss is Hangin' out a Rainbow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

23 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-423, 424
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Whippoorwills.
"Tea For Two," Whippoorwills.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Whippoorwills.
"Slow Poke," Betty Taylor.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Lover," Frankie Messina and Noel Boggs.
"Get On Board Little Chillun'," Whippoorwills.

24 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-425, 426
"Buffalo Gal," Whippoorwills.
"Robin's Nest," Whippoorwills.
"Whispering Wind," Whippoorwills.
"Steel Guitar Rag," Noel Boggs.
"Lucky Old Sun," Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"I'll String Along With You," Betty Taylor.
"Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree," Whippoorwills.

25 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-427, 428
"Tweedle O'Twill," Whippoorwills.
"Holiday for Strings," Whippoorwills.
"Ridin' Down the Canyon," Betty Taylor.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Wabash Blues," Noel Boggs.
"Blue Raindrops," Sweet Georgia Brown and the Whippoorwills.
"Ezekiel Saw De Wheel," Whippoorwills.

26 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-429, 430
"Bile Dem Cabbage Down," Whippoorwills.
"Air Mail Special," Whippoorwills.
"Blue Shadows on the Trail," Whippoorwills.
"Be Anything but be Mine," Betty Taylor.
"Hello Way Up There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Panhandle Rag," Noel Boggs and Frankie Messina.
"Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah," Whippoorwills.

27 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-431, 432
"Bye Bye Blackbird," Whippoorwills.
"Eager Beaver," Whippoorwills.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Walkin' My Baby Back Home," Betty Taylor.
"Prairie Echoes," Whippoorwills.
"Sheik of Araby," Frankie Messina and Noel Boggs.
"Behold the Bridegroom Cometh," Whippoorwills.

30 June 1952. Transcription Disc TR-433, 434
"Tabby the Cat," Whippoorwills.
"Section 8," Whippoorwills.
"Anytime," Betty Taylor.
"Trouble Trouble," Whippoorwills.
"Hills of Old Wyoming," Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Liza," Frankie Messina and Noel Boggs.
"Oh Mary Don't You Weep," Whippoorwills.

1 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-435, 436
"Hard Life Blues," Whippoorwills.
"Jazz It Blues," Whippoorwills.
"Now and Then," Whippoorwills.
"Have You Ever Been Lonely," Betty Taylor and Sweet Georgia Brown.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Moonlight on the Ganges," Noel Boggs.
"Breezin' Along with the Breeze," Whippoorwills.

2 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-437, 438
"Stay a Little Longer," Whippoorwills.
"Flyin' Home," Whippoorwills.
"I Want to Be a Cowboy's Sweetheart," Betty Taylor.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Moi Chimes," Noel Boggs.
"That's My Desire," Sweet Georgia Brown and the Whippoorwills.
"Didn't Old Pharoah Get Lost," Whippoorwills.

3 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-439, 440
"Peachy Pie," Whippoorwills.
"Jerry Dance," Whippoorwills.
"Blue Raindrops," Whippoorwills.
"I Was Just Walkin' Out the Door," Betty Taylor.
"Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Avalon," Noel Boggs and Frankie Messina.
"Ole Time Religion," Whippoorwills.

4 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-441, 442
"I Hear You Knockin' But You Can't Come In," Whippoorwills.
"Teardrops from My Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Alabamy Bound," Noel Boggs.
"America Forever," Sons of the Pioneers Record.
"Brazil," Whippoorwills.
"Walkin' with You," Whippoorwills.
"A Beautiful Life," Whippoorwills.

14 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-443, 444
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Karl Farr.
"I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat," Shug Fisher.
"I'm Confessin' That I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Almost," Lloyd Perryman.
"When day is Done," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

15 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-445, 446
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.
"At Sundown," Karl Farr.
"Old Pioneer," Sons of the Pioneers.
"No. 10 Lullaby Lane," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Twilight on the Trail" (Sidney D. Mitchell/Louis Alter), Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley), Sons of the Pioneers.

16 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-447, 448
"Cielito Lindo,"
(Carlos Fernandez) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Down By the Glenside," Ken Curtis.
"Baby Doll," Betty Taylor.
"At the Rainbow's End," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ida Red," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-449, 450
"When the Bloom is on the Sage,"Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Beautiful Ohio," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"I'll Take you Home Again Kathleen,"
(Thomas P. Westendorf) Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"What This Country Needs," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Nellie Bly," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-451, 452
"There's an Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher.
"Moonlight in Vermont," Betty Taylor.
"At the End of the Lane," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-453, 454
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dolly Day," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Back Home in Indiana," Betty Taylor.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"An Old Water Mill," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Westward Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.

30 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-455, 456
"Echoes From the Hills," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skinner's Sock," Hugh Farr.
"Blue Tango," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Busy Body," Betty Taylor.
"I'll Walk Home," Ken Curtis.

31 July 1952. Transcription Disc TR-457, 458
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Limehouse Blues," Karl Farr.
"Crazy 'Cause I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hello Way Up There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waltz of the Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-459, 460
"Tater Pie," Sons of the Pioneers.
"On the Alamo," Hugh Farr.
"Whoop-Dee-Doo," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"New Frontier," Sons of the Pioneers.

4 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-461, 462
"Take Me Back to Tulsa," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pioneer Mother," Lloyd Perryman.
"Like Takin' Candy From a Baby," Betty Taylor.
"Room Full of Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Where the Rio Rolls Along," (Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.

5 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-463, 464
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Brothers Stomp," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Far Away Places," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Mom and Dad Waltz," Betty Taylor.
"Happy Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Oh! Susanna," (Stephen Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.

6 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-465, 466
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"San Fernando Valley," Betty Taylor.
"Jeannine I Dream of Lilac Time," Ken Curtis and Lloyd Perryman.
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)
"Goin' Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stardust," Ken Curtis.

8 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-467, 468
"My Saddle Pals and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jealous Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster)  Lloyd Perryman.
"Somewhere in Utah," Ken Curtis and Lloyd Perryman.
"Wait for the Moon," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-469, 470
"Rainbow," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lazy Bones," Hugh Farr.
"Roundup Time is Over," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Forgive Me," Betty Taylor.
"Million Memories," Ken Curtis.
"Barnyard Jubilee," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

12 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-471, 472
"Buffalo Gal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Do You Ever Think of Me," Frankie Messina.
"Whistle My Love," Betty Taylor.
"Cowpoke," Lloyd Perryman.
"Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Must Come in at the Door," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.

13 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-473, 474
"Yippe Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Don't Care if the Sun Don't Shine," Betty Taylor.
"The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee,"  (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Sons of the Pioneers.

14 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-475, 476
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"Always You," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Star of Hope," Betty Taylor, Tommy Doss, and Lloyd Perryman.
"Wagons Westward Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamy Reverie," Karl Farr.
"
Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party)" (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Sons of the Pioneers.

15 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-477, 478
"Deep in the Heart of Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Delicado," Frankie Messina.
"I'm Yours," Ken Curtis.
"A Summer Night's Rain," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Goody Goody," Betty Taylor.
"Wait Till the Sun Shines," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-479, 480
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Avalon," Hugh Farr.
"Don't Ever be Afraid to go Home," Betty Taylor.
"Touch of God's Hand," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-481, 482
"When the Prairie Sun Says Good Morning," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Betsy From Pike," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Moon Over Miami," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Plain Old Plains," Tommy Doss.
"There's a Long, Long Trail."

20 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-483, 484
"Mojave," Sons of the Pioneers.
"It's Dark Outside," Ken Curtis.
"Till the End of the World," Betty Taylor.
"Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Red Wing," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

21 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-485, 486
"Tumbling Tumbleweeds," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Idaho," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Happiness," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-487, 488
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"Walkin' to Missouri," Betty Taylor.
"Molly Darlin'," Lloyd Perryman.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"So Long," Sons of the Pioneers.

23 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-489, 490
"Night Train to Memphis," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Listen to the Mockingbird," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Oh How I Miss You Tonight," Betty Taylor.
"I Ride an Old Paint," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr.
"Moonlight on the Prairie," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Where the Morning Glories Grow," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-491, 492
"Old Black Mountain Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Delicado," Frankie Messina.
"Give Me More, More, More," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"God's Little Candles," Lloyd Perryman.
"You Tell Me Your Dream" (Daniels/Brown/Rice - 1899)(Daniels/Gus Kahn-1928 Re-Working) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Smiles," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-493, 494
"Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet," (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Half Schottische," Hugh Farr.
"Don't Be Lonely," Betty Taylor.
"Watermelon Weather," Ken Curtis.
"Heartbreak Hill," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Told Them All About You," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.

28 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-495, 496
"Highways Are Happy Ways," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Karl Farr.
"Somewhere Along the Way," Lloyd Perryman.
"Goin' on a Hayride," Betty Taylor.
"Whistlin' Rufus," Hugh Farr.
"Blues Keep Following Me," Sons of the Pioneers (Shug Fisher Tune).
"Bees Are in the Hive," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 August 1952. Transcription Disc TR-497, 498
"Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Fare Ye Well, Lulabelle," Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Swingin' Down the Lane," Betty Taylor.
"Lead Me Gently Home," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Should Care," Ken Curtis.
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 September 1952. Transcription Disc TR-499, 500
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher,
"Walkin' My Baby Back Home," Betty Taylor.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

2 September 1952. Transcription Disc TR-501, 502
"Ida Red," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Tommy Doss.
"The Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"It's a Lie," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"When I Grow Too Old to Dream," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Cajon Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Move Along You Lazy Cattle," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

3 September 1952. Transcription Disc TR-503, 504
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Ken Curtis and Hugh Farr.
"Stardust," Ken Curtis.
"Crazy 'Cause I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Wabash Blues," Karl Farr.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

4 September 1952. Transcription Disc TR-505, 506
"Texas Tornado," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll Never be Free," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Fire in the Mountain," Hugh Farr.
"Almost," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.

5 September 1952. Transcription Disc TR-507, 508
"Detour," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Texas Skiparoo," Hugh Farr.
"Auf Wiederseh'n," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Half as Much," Betty Taylor.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagon Wheels," Hugh Farr.
"Ridin' Old Paint, Leadin' Old Bald," Sons of the Pioneers.

8 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-509, 510
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"I Remember the Cornfields," Lloyd Perryman.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Walkin' My Baby Back Home," Betty Taylor.
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"When You Wore a Tulip," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-511, 512
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cornflower," Hugh Farr.
"Rim of the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Getting to Know You," Betty Taylor.
"It's a Lie," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

10 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-513, 514
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in A," Karl Farr.
"Grasshopper Heart," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

13 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-515, 516
"Cowboys and Indians," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Bugle Call Rag," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Room Full of Roses," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Parody on Room Full of Roses," Shug Fisher.
"Trail Dreamin'," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Any Time," Betty Taylor.
"Ridin' Old Paint, Leadin' Old Bald," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-517, 518
"Rocky Roads," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Never Knew," Hugh Farr.
"What This Country Needs," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Somewhere Along the Way," Lloyd Perryman.
"Crazy 'Cause I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.

15 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-519, 520
"Out on the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whatcha Gonna Say to Peter," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let Me Share Your Name," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Ain't Heard Nothin' Till You Hear Him Roarin'," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Wish You Were Here," Betty Taylor.
"You Belong to Me," Ken Curtis.
"Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.

16 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-521, 522
"Ride 'Em Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Farr Away Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Wagon Wheels," Sons of the Pioneers.
"If Teardrops Were Pennies," Betty Taylor.
"Teardrops in My Heart," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Utah Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

17 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-523, 524
"Camptown Races,"
  (Stephen Foster)  Sons of the Pioneers.
"After You've Gone," Frankie Messina.
"Rollin' Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Tango," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Baby Doll," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

20 October 1952.
"Sioux City Sue," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Sue," Hugh Farr.
"Lead Me Gently Home, Father," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Trail," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Went to Your Wedding," Ken Curtis.
"Sentimental Me," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Transcription Disc TR-525, 526

21 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-527, 528
"Detour," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr.
"I Told Them All About You," Lloyd Perryman.
"May the Lord Bless and Keep You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Don't Want to Be Free," Betty Taylor.
"Home in San Antone," Tommy Doss.
"Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-529, 530
"There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Gay Ranchero," Frankie Messina.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher.
"Blue Prairie," (Tim Spencer & Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"By the Light of the Silvery Moon," (Ed Madden/Gus Evans)  Betty Taylor.
"Always You," Ken Curtis.
"Cielito Lindo,"
(Carlos Fernandez) Sons of the Pioneers.

23 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-531, 532
"Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)
"Shine," Hugh Farr.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Ken Curtis.
"Up a Lazy River" (Hoagy Carmichael / Sidney Arodin) Karl Farr.
"Ramona,"  (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Bandit," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wedding Dolls," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Oh Wasn't That a Wide River," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Red Wing," Sons of the Pioneers.

24 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-533, 534
"My Saddle Pals and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose Room," Karl Farr.
"Lucky Old Sun,"Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Your Blues to a Wild Mustang," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Handsome Stranger," Betty Taylor.
"Chicken Reel," Hugh Farr.
"Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Are My Sunshine," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-535, 536
"Roundup Time is Over," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Tennessee Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Karl Farr.
"Two Seated Saddle," Betty Taylor.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Plain Old Plains," Tommy Doss.
"Ragtime Cowboy Joe," (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams) Sons of the Pioneers.

28 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-537, 538
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Goofus," Hugh Farr.
"Along the Santa Fe Trail," Ken Curtis.
"My Heart Cries For You," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let's Take an Old Fashioned Walk," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Betsy From Pike," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-539, 540
"Echoes From the Hills," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Coquette," Karl Farr.
"Whispering Hope," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Moon Turns to Gold," Betty Taylor.
"Boss is Hanging Out a Rainbow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Froggy Went a Courtin'," Shug Fisher.
"Wait For the Wagon" (George P. Knauff/R. Bishop Buckley), Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.

30 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-541, 542
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Soldier's Joy," Hugh Farr.
"Moonlight Bay," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Goodwill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lazy Bones," Hugh Farr.
"Along the Navajo Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Your Worries to the Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

31 October 1952. Transcription Disc TR-543, 544
"Idaho Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dreamy Reverie," Karl Farr.
"Hillbilly Weddin' in June," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ever True Ever More," Betty Taylor.
"Ida Red," Sons of the Pioneers.

3 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-545, 546
"Goin' Down to Santa Fe Town," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ezekiel Saw De Wheel," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Whiffenpoof Song," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jambalaya," Betty Taylor.
"Lord You Make the Cowboy Happy," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

4 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-547, 548
"Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"On the Alamo," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Them There Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"I Follow the Stream," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"If You Hadn't Gone Away," Lloyd Perryman.
"Blue Juniata," Tommy Doss.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

5 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-549, 550
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Some of These Days," Karl Farr.
"Moon Country," Hugh Farr.
"Old Pioneers," Tommy Doss.
"Careless Kisses," Betty Taylor.
"You Belong to Me," Ken Curtis.
"Blue Shadows on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.

6 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-551, 552
"Cody of the Pony Express," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"China Boy," Hugh Farr.
"Tag Along," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"My Best to You," Tommy Doss.
"I Tawt I Saw a Puddy Tat," Shug Fisher.
"God's Little Candles," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Put on Your Old Grey Bonnet," (Stanley Murphy/Percy Wenrich) Sons of the Pioneers.

7 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-553, 554
"Saddle the Sun," (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jessie Polka," Frankie Messina.
"Forgive and Forget," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"I Went to Your Wedding," Ken Curtis.
"Tennessee Saturday Night," Tommy Doss, Ken Curtis, and Lloyd Perryman.

10 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-555, 556
"Mojave," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Blues," Karl Farr.
"Somewhere Along the Way," Lloyd Perryman.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mississippi," Betty Taylor.
"Rock Me to Sleep in My Rocky Mountain Home,"
(Fred Howard - Nat Vincent - Billy Hill  - William Raskin)

Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hello Way Up There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

11 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-557, 558
"I Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Get Happy," Frankie Messina.
"Among My Souvenirs," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Shade of the Old Apple Tree," Betty Taylor.
"Blue Bonnet Girl," Lloyd Perryman.
"Gooseberry Pie," Shug Fisher.
"Little White Cross," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.

12 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-559, 560
"Waitin' For the Robert E. Lee," (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Silver on the Sage," Ken Curtis.
"Summertime," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chuckawalla Swing," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Does Your Heart Beat For Me," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Empty Saddles," Sons of the Pioneers.

13 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-561, 562
"Little Brown Jug," (R. A. Eastburn) Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," Karl Farr.
"Land Beyond the Sun," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Crazy Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Cattle Call," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Close to Heaven," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-563, 564
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wondrous Word," Hugh Farr and Ken Curtis.
"Keep a Light in Your Window," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Pennies From Heaven," Betty Taylor.
"I Should Care," Ken Curtis.
"Bugle Call Rag," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Ridin' Home," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

17 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-565, 566
"Covered Wagon Rolled Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Rose of Tralee," Lloyd Perryman.
"Is it True What They Say About Dixie," Hugh Farr.
"Prairie Serenade," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"One Sweet Letter," Betty Taylor.
"Cottage in the Clouds," (Bob Nolan & Lloyd Perryman) Tommy Doss.

18 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-567, 568
"Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Limehouse Blues," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Almost," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Back in Your Own Back Yard," Betty Taylor.
"At the Rainbow's End," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Since Nellie Got the Gong," Shug Fisher.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

19 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-569, 570
"Chisholm Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Buttermilk Sky," Ken Curtis.
"Followin' the Sun," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Froggy Went a Courtin'," Hugh Farr.
"Just a Closer Walk With Thee," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Give Me More of Your Kisses," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"My Gal is Purple," Sons of the Pioneers.

20 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-571, 572
"On the Rhythm Range," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"South in my Soul," Karl Farr.
"Star of Hope," Tommy Doss, Lloyd Perryman, and Betty Taylor.
"Bonaparte's Retreat," Tommy Doss.
"Basin Street Blues," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"A Summer Night's Rain," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

21 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-573, 574
"When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin' Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ne ha nee," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Shine On Harvest Moon,"  (Nora Bayes / Jack Norworth) Hugh Farr.
"Little White Lies," Betty Taylor.
"Wang Wang Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," Lloyd Perrymen.
"Lie Low Little Dogies," Sons of the Pioneers.

24 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-575, 576
"Wahoo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Get Happy," Frankie Messina.
"Starlightin' Time in Texas," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Hey Good Lookin," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"Church Music," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Move Along You Lazy Cattle," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ressurectus," Sons of the Pioneers.

25 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-577, 578
"Blue Ridge Mountain Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Aha San Antone," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"I Love You So Much it Hurts Me," Lloyd Perryman.
"Zing Went the Strings of My Heart," (James F. Hanley) Betty Taylor.
"Wagons Westward Ho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in D," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

26 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-579, 580
"Where the Rio Rolls Along," (Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Soldier's Joy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stardust," Ken Curtis.
"Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Beyond the Reef," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

27 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-581, 582
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Spanish Two-Step," Tommy Doss.
"Wanderers of the Wasteland," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home," Betty Taylor.
"My Adobe Hacienda," (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Friendly Little Cow-Town," Lloyd Perryman.
"Lords Prayer," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 November 1952. Transcription Disc TR-583, 584
"Deep in the Heart of Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Thinkin' of You," Hugh Farr.
"Was it Tears That Fell," Ken Curtis.
"Cherokee Maiden," Tommy Doss.
"Big Wide Wonderful World," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Hills of Old Wyomin'," Hugh Farr and the Sons of the Pioneers.

1 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-585, 586
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Birth of the Blues," Karl Farr.
"Down by the Old Mill Stream," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Foolish Tears," Betty Taylor.
"Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster)  Lloyd Perryman.
"Mary Lou," Ken Curtis and Lloyd Perryman.
"Wind," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat," Shug Fisher.

2 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-587, 588
"Ridin' Old Paint and Leadin' Old Bald," Sons of the Pioneers.
"At Sundown," Karl Farr.
"Trees," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skip to My Lou," Betty Taylor.
"Because You're Mine," Ken Curtis.
"Should I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Twilight on the Trail" (Sidney D. Mitchell/Louis Alter), Sons of the Pioneers.
"Should I," Betty Taylor.

4 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-589, 590
"When the Bloom is on the Sage," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dusty Skies," Frankie Messina.
"Cross Words," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Elevated Railroad," Shug Fisher.
"Song of the Wagonmaster," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Day is Done," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 December 1952.  Transcription Disc TR-591, 592
"Nelly Bly," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sentimental Journey," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Daddy's Little Cowboy," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Have I Told You," Betty Taylor.
"Minstrel Boy," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Runnin' Wild," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Old Folks," Sons of the Pioneers.

8 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-593, 594
"Cindy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Toy Commando," Karl Farr.
"Alabama Jubilee," Tommy Doss.
"White Christmas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowpoke," Lloyd Perryman.
"Two to Tango," Betty Taylor and Shug Fisher.
"I Ride an Old Paint," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-595, 596
"Out on the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Rock Getaway," Hugh Farr.
"Roundup in the Sky," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Cannonball," Betty Taylor.
"Blue Tango," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Throw a Saddle on a Star," (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke) Ken Curtis.
"Smilin' Through," Lloyd Perryman.

10 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-597, 598
"Welcome to the Spring," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Song of the Pioneers," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Eagle's Heart," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy's Dance Song," Tommy Doss.
"Now is the Hour," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Accentuate the Positive," Ken Curtis.
"So Long to the Red River Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.

11 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-599, 600
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Honeysuckle Rose," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Beautiful Dreamer," (Stephen Foster)  Lloyd Perryman.
"Wagons West," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Touch of God's Hand," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Bye Bye Blackbird," Betty Taylor.
"I Love You Truly," Sons of the Pioneers.

12 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-601
"Yippi Yi Your Troubles Away," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Undecided," Frankie Messina.
"Skylark," Ken Curtis.
"Who Me," Shug Fisher.
"Strawberry Roan," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Butterfingers," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Home on the Range,"  (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) Sons of the Pioneers.

14 December 1951. Duplicate of TR-144. Transcription Disc TR-602, 603

15 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-604, 605
"Cimarron,"  (Johnny Bond) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Goin' Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Gotta Have My Baby Back," Lloyd Perryman.
"Lonesome Road," Hugh Farr.
"I Ain't a Worryin'," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Full Time Job," Betty Taylor.
"Roses," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.

16 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-606, 607
"Don't Fence Me In," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Timber Trail the Blues Keep Followin' Me," Shug Fisher.
"St. Louis Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Get the Blues When it Rains," Betty Taylor.
"You Must Come in at the Door," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Night Falls on the Prairie," (Bob Nolan/Lloyd Perryman) Sons of the Pioneers.

17 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-608, 609
"Down Along the Sleepy Rio Grande," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"He's a No Good Son of a Gun," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Carolina in the Morning," Tommy Doss, Betty Taylor, and Lloyd Perryman.
"Your From Texas," Hugh Farr.
"Columbus Stockade Blues," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ridin' the Range with You," Sons of the Pioneers.

18 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-610, 611
"That Old Black Mountain Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Arkansas Traveler Chicken Reel," Hugh Farr.
"Rounded Up in Glory," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Open Up Your Heart," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mom and Dad Waltz," Betty Taylor.
"A Sandmans Lullaby," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Billy the Kid," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-612, 613
"Goin' Down to Santa Fe Town," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Poinciana," Frankie Messina.
"I'll Be Seeing You," Ken Curtis.
"My Pretty Quadroon," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stay As Sweet As You Are," Betty Taylor.
"Fare Thee Well, Lulabelle," Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Faithful," Ken Curtis and Tommy Doss.

22 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-614, 615
"Texas Tornado," Sons of the Pioneers.
"St. Louis Blues," Hugh Farr.
"Beautiful Ohio," Lloyd Perryman and Betty Taylor.
"We'll Rest at the End of the Trail," (Fred Rose) Sons of the Pioneers.
"West is in My Soul," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Left My Gal in the Mountains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

23 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-616, 617
"Tater Pie," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stay Out of the South," Hugh Farr.
"If I Had My Way," Lloyd Perryman.
"I Told Them All About You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Here Comes Santa Clause," Betty Taylor.
"Keep It a Secret," Ken Curtis.
"Long, Long Ago," Ken Curtis, Betty Taylor, and Lloyd Perryman.

24 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-618, 619
"Sagebrush Symphony," Sons of the Pioneers.
"That's a Plenty," Frankie Messina.
"Why Don't You Believe Me," Ken Curtis.
"Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," Betty Taylor.
"Look for the Silver Lining," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home in San Antone," Tommy Doss.
"Christmas on the Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.

25 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-620, 621
"Trail to Abilene," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jingle Bells," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Half Way Round the World," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman.
"Springtime on the Range,"

Springtime on the Range (Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Winter Wonderland," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"The Christmas Song," Ken Curtis.
"Snowbells and Echoes," Sons of the Pioneers.

26 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-622, 623
"Saddle the Sun," (Bob Nolan) & Tim Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Ridin' Down the Canyon," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Kelly Waltz," Hugh Farr.
"One Little Candle," Betty Taylor.
"I'd Trade All My Tomorrows," Tommy Doss.
"Froggie Went A' Courtin'," Shug Fisher.
"Little town of Bethlehem," Sons of the Pioneers.

29 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-624, 625
"Trail Herdin' Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in E," Karl Farr.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Isle of Golden Dreams," (Gus Kahn / Walter Blaufuss) Betty Taylor.
"Church in the Wildwood," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Eleven Months and Ten More Days," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Mandy Lee," Barber Shop Quartet.

30 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-626, 627
"Detour," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skinner's Sock," Hugh Farr.
"Bouquet of Roses," Ken Curtis.
"I'm Never Satisfied," Betty Taylor.
"In the Garden," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Lloyd Perryman.
"Somewhere in Utah," Sons of the Pioneers.

31 December 1952. Transcription Disc TR-628, 629
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Fashioned Garden," Ken Curtis and Lloyd Perryman.
"Let it Snow," Betty Taylor.
"Up the Lazy River," Karl Farr.
"Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair," Lloyd Perryman.
"Pecos Bill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes," Sons of the Pioneers.

1 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-630, 631
"Old Joe Clark," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagoner," Hugh Farr.
"Something to Remember You By," Ken Curtis.
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stay as Sweet as You Are," Betty Taylor.
"Half-Pint Head," Dink Swink.
"Somewhere in Utah," Sons of the Pioneers.

2 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-632, 633
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Brown Jug," (R. A. Eastburn) Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"Rose of the Alamo," Tommy Doss.
"Harbor Lights," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Holy-O," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Pal of Mine," Lloyd Perryman. "My Old Pal" (Bob Nolan) ???
"The Cowboy's Prayer," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-634, 635
"Ride 'Em Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cowboy Camp Meeting," Hugh Farr.
"September Song," Ken Curtis.
"I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm," Betty Taylor.
"That Pioneer Mother of Mine," Lloyd Perryman.
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss.
"Ramona,"  (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.

6 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-636, 637
"Wahoo," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Kerry Dancers," Frankie Messina.
"Heartbreak Hill," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Must Have Been Out of My Mind," Betty Taylor.
"Ride, Ranger, Ride," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Outside of Heaven," Lloyd Perryman.
"Chant of the Plains," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.

7 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-638, 639
"Silver Bell," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lady, Be Good," Hugh Farr.
"Withered Roses," Betty Taylor.
"The Home Corral," Sons of the Pioneers. "A Cowboy has to Sing" (Bob Nolan)
"I Remember You," Ken Curtis.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Best to You," Sons of the Pioneers.

8 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-640, 641
"There's a Rainbow Over the Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Steel Guitar Rag," Karl Farr.
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Side by Side," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Peace in the Valley," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Can't Say the Same About You," Tommy Doss.
"May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Shug Fisher.

9 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-642, 643
"The Old Chisholm Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blue Juniata," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Somebody to Love," Betty Taylor.
"Blues in My Heart," Hugh Farr.
"The Tumbleweed Trail," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'm an Old Cowhand," Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"In the Gloaming," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.

12 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-644, 645
"Tweedle O'Twill," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Love is Everywhere," Lloyd Perryman.
"Chuckwagon Blues," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Why Won't You Believe Me?" Ken Curtis.
"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"I Wonder," Sons of the Pioneers.

13 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-646, 647
"Jim Crack Corn," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Polka," Frankie Messina.
"High Noon," Tommy Doss.
"My Last Cigarette," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jambalaya," Betty Taylor.
"Utah Trail," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"When You Come to the End of the Day," Sons of the Pioneers.

14 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-648, 649
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Anytime," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr with Frankie Messina.
"Juanita," (Caroline Norton arr.) Sons of the Pioneers.
"It's Dark Outside," Ken Curtis.
"Let's Go to Church," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"When You Wore a Tulip," Tommy Doss and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Nighttime in Nevada," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.

15 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-650, 651
"Cimarron,"  (Johnny Bond) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Open Up Your Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"When it's Springtime in the Rockies" (Mary Hale Woolsey / Robert Sauer & Milt Taggart) Ken Curtis and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Manana," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"I'll String Along with You," Betty Taylor.
"Where the Rio Rolls Along," (Tim Spencer) Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

16 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-652, 653
"Press Along to the Big Corral," (Romaine Lowdermilk - Brooks Copeland - Jack Widener) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Jam Session," Hugh Farr, Karl Farr, and Frankie Messina.
"South of the Border," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Give Me a Little Kiss," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Sweet Adelaide," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When the Golden Train Comes Down," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Take Me Back to My Boots and Saddle," Sons of the Pioneers.

19 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-654, 655
"Camptown Races,"
  (Stephen Foster)  Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Covered Wagon Rolled Right Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Moonlight On the Prairie," (Bob Nolan & Tim Spencer) Lloyd Perryman.
"My Little Buckaroo (Jack Scholl/M. K. Jerome Betty Taylor.
"There's Power in the Blood," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Smoky Mountain Bill," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"Let's Go West Again," Sons of the Pioneers.

20 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-656, 657
"Night Train to Memphis," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Blues in A," Karl Farr.
"The Rim of the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"S'Wonderful," Betty Taylor.
"Trail Dust," (Andy Parker) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hillbilly Wedding in June," Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"The Last Roundup," Sons of the Pioneers.

21 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-658, 659
"The Red, Red Robin Went Bob, Bob, Bobbin' Along," Sons of the Pioneers.
"My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Thinking of You," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"I Still Feel the Same About You," Sons of the Pioneers.
"In the Oklahoma Hills," Tommy Doss.
"I Still Do," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lead Me Gently Home," Sons of the Pioneers.

22 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-660, 661
"Idaho," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cherokee Strip," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Can Depend on Me," Betty Taylor.
"Almost," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Send Him Home to Me," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Poor Lazarus," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Moonlight and Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.

23 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-662, 663
"Texas Plains," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lover," Frankie Messina.
"Keep It a Secret," Ken Curtis.
"Plain Old Plains," Tommy Doss.
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," Sons of the Pioneers.
"I'll Hold You in My Heart," Betty Taylor and the Sons of the Pioneers.
"Following the Sun All Day," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

26 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-664, 665
"Going Back to Texas," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cold, Cold Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Jealous Heart," Betty Taylor.
"Dese Bones Are Gonna Rise Again," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When It's Sleepy Time Down south," Hugh Farr.
"The Golden Wedding Waltz," Sons of the Pioneers.

27 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-666, 667
"Buffalo Gal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"There'll Be Some Changes Made," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Long Ago and Far Away," Ken Curtis.
"You Can't See the Sun When Your Crying," Betty Taylor.
"The Hills of Old Wyoming," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Baby Doll," Lloyd Perryman.
"Dust," Sons of the Pioneers.

28 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-668, 669
"Out on the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"This Old White Mule of Mine," (Bob Nolan) Tommy Doss and Lloyd Perryman.
"My Gal is Purple," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Erie Canal," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Gypsy in My Soul," Betty Taylor.
"Falling Leaf," Lloyd Perryman.
"Outlaws," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

29 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-670, 671
"Down the Trail to San Antone," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Saddle Up," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cerranto," Frankie Messina.
"On Top of Old Smokey," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Owl Lullaby," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"In My Rocky Mountain Home," Tommy Doss.
"Mexicali Rose," Mexicali Rose (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) Sons of the Pioneers.

30 January 1953. Transcription Disc TR-672, 673
"Roll Along Jordan," Sons of the Pioneers.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Throw Another Log on the Fire," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Then I'll Be Happy," Betty Taylor.
"You'll Never Get Away," Betty Taylor and Shug Fisher.
"Nancy Till," Sons of the Pioneers.
"When Your Hair Has Turned to Silver," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.

2 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-674, 675
"Hear Dem Bells," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Outside of Heaven," Lloyd Perryman.
"The Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"String Along with Me," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"I Understand," Ken Curtis.
"When the Sun Goes Down Again," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Pioneers," Sons of the Pioneers.

3 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-676, 677
"Fireball Mail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Lady, Be Good," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"The Things I Might Have Been," Lloyd Perryman.
"On the Rhythm Range," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Brain Cloudy Blues," Tommy Doss.
"Somebody Loves Me," Betty Taylor.
"The Boss is Hanging Out a Rainbow," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

4 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-678, 679
"My Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Window at the End of the Lane," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Chapel in the Moonlight," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Dreamy Reverie," Karl Farr.
"Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"It Was Always You," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Shug Fisher.
"Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie," Sons of the Pioneers.

5 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-680, 681
"Casey Jones," Sons of the Pioneers.
"At Sundown," Lloyd Perryman.
"Blue Shadows on the Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Strawberry Blonde on the Strawberry Roan," Ken Curtis.
"All By Yourself in the Moonlight," Betty Taylor.
"This Cozy Cotton Corset's Killing Me," Shug Fisher.
"The Waltz of the Roses," Sons of the Pioneers.

6 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-682, 683
"The Glendy Burke," (Stepehn Foster) Sons of the Pioneers.
"I Never Knew," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
"Till I Waltz Again With You," Lloyd Perryman.
"Double Shuffle," Betty Taylor and Lloyd Perryman.
"Trail Dreamin'," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Dear Old Girl," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Everlasting Hills of Oklahoma," Sons of the Pioneers.

9 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-684, 685
"Open Range Ahead," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Memphis in June," Betty Taylor.
"You Ain't Heard Nothing Till You Hear Him Roar," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wagon Wheels," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skyball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

10 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-686, 687
"San Antonio Rose," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Spanish Two-Step," Tommy Doss.
"Wanderers of the Wasteland," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Home," Betty Taylor.
"Fire on the Mountain," Hugh Farr.
"My Adobe Hacienda," (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Open Up Your Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Let Me Share Your Name," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

11 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-688, 689
"Nellie Bly," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Sentimental Journey," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Daddy's Little Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Stay as Sweet as You Are," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"Minstrel Boy," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Old Folks," Sons of the Pioneers.
"The Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

12 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-690, 691
"Ridin' Old Paint and Leadin' Old Bald," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Cajon Stomp," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Trees," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Skip to My Lou," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"Because You're Mine," Ken Curtis.
"Should I," Betty Taylor.
"Twilight on the Trail" (Sidney D. Mitchell/Louis Alter), Sons of the Pioneers.

13 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-692, 693
"Out on the Open Range," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Little Rock Getaway," Hugh Farr and Frankie Messina.
"Roundup in the Sky," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Wabash Cannonball," Betty Taylor.
"The Blue Tango," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Throw a Saddle on a Star," (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke) Ken Curtis.
"Smiling Through," Sons of the Pioneers.

16 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-694, 695
"Cowboy Jubilee," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Birth of the Blues," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
"Pick of My Heart," Lloyd Perryman.
"Down By the Old Mill Stream," Sons of the Pioneers.
"Hoedown," Hugh Farr.
"Foolish Tears," Betty Taylor.
"I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat," Sons of the Pioneers.

 


 

        Ken Curtis took leave of the Pioneers in February of 1953 to become host of the Lucky U Ranch program, changing the name to Lucky U. Rex Dennis and Buddy Dooley joined Ken in forming a new trio for the program we will call "Ensemble" to differentiate from the Sons of the Pioneers. Completing the Lucky U cast were Shug Fisher, Betty Taylor, Frankie Messina, and the fine violinist Chuck Huerta.

        In the mid-fifties the trio of Curtis, Dennis and Dooley filmed a series of Song Stories which featured the trio singing Pioneer and other western songs against an appropriate scenic background and interestingly enough the trio of Perryman, Doss and Curtis appeared on a few of these programs. (Lawrence Hopper)
 



17 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-696, 697
"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes," Ensemble.
"Bye Bye Blues," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Cowboy's Sweetheart Contest," Ken Curtis.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Betty Taylor.
"Red River Valley," Ken Curtis.
"Roomful of Roses," Ken Curtis.
"Barnful of Horses," Shug Fisher.

18 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-698, 699
"Glowworm," Ensemble.
"Tiger Rag," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Why Don't You Believe Me," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Leanin' on the Old Top Rail," Ken Curtis.
"Shug Fisher's Cow Pasture Players," Shug Fisher.
"Jambalaya," Betty Taylor.

19 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-700, 701
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"My Baby's Coming Home," Ken Curtis.
"Aha! San Antone," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Teardrops on My Pillow," Betty Taylor.
"Water Can't Quench the Fire of Love," Ken Curtis, Betty Taylor, and Frankie Messina.
"The Hot Canary," Chuck Herta.
"Ezekiel Saw the Wheel," Ensemble.

20 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-702, 703
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard," Shug Fisher.
"Darktown Strutter's Ball," Frankie Messina.
"Somebody Bigger Than You and I," Ken Curtis.
"I'll Never Be Free," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Tell Me Your Mine," Betty Taylor.
"Last Roundup," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.

23 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-704, 705
"Deep in the Heart of Texas," Ensemble.
"The Gypsy Polka," Frankie Messina.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Home on the Range,"  (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley) Ken Curtis.
"I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Fire Ball Mail," Betty Taylor.
"Lucky U Ring Spot," Ken Curtis.

23 February 1953. Duplicate of TR-702 and TR-703. Transcription Disc TR-706, 707

24 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-708, 709
"Cindy," Ensemble.
"Cerranto," Frankie Messina.
"Old Time Religion," Ensemble.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Keep It a Secret," Ken Curtis.
"Side By Side," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Full Time Job," Betty Taylor.

25 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-710, 711
"Tater Pie," Ensemble.
"Charleston," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Your Cheatin' Heart," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The Facts of Life My Mother Never Told Me," Unidentified.
"In the Garden," Ensemble.
"Somebody Loves You," Betty Taylor.

26 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-712, 713
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Nobody's Sweetheart," Chuck Herta.
"Summertime," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Wagon Wheels," Ensemble.
"How Much is That Doggy in the Window," Shug Fisher.
"I've Got the World on a String," Betty Taylor.

27 February 1953. Transcription Disc TR-714, 715
"Santa Fe Town," Ensemble.
"Hot Tottie," Frankie Messina and the Top Hands.
"Ragtime Cowboy Joe," (Grant Clarke/Lewis F Muir & Maurice Abrahams) Rex Dennis.
"I'd Climb the Highest Mountain," Betty Taylor.
"High Noon," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Lucky U Ring Spot," Ken Curtis.

2 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-716, 717
"Don't Let the Sun Get in Your Eyes," Ensemble.
"Beer Barrel Polka," Frankie Messina.
"Lonely Eyes," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Have You Heard," Ken Curtis.
"If You Talk Too Much," Shug Fisher.
"Lucky U Ring Spot," Ken Curtis.

3 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-718, 719
"The Chisholm Trail," Ensemble.
"Lady of Spain," Frankie Messina.
"Supposin'," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Power in the Blood," Ensemble.
"Stardust," Ken Curtis.
"Lucky U Ring Spot," Ken Curtis.

4 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-720, 721
"Texas Plains," Ensemble.
Unidentified song, Frankie Messina.
"Open Up Your Heart," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I Discovered a," Shug Fisher.
"Lucky U Ring Spot," Ken Curtis.
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee," Ensemble.

5 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-722, 723
"Old Joe Clark," Ensemble.
"Running Wild," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"I Told Them All About You," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Pennies From Heaven," Ken Curtis.
"I Don't Care," Betty Taylor.
"Lucky U Ring spot," Ken Curtis.

6 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-724, 725
"San Antonio Rose," Ken Curtis and the Top Hands.
"Tenderly," Frankie Messina.
"You Don't Know What Lonesome Is," Ken Curtis.
"I'm Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes," Shug Fisher.
"Too Marvelous," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Star of Hope," Ensemble.

9 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-726, 727
"Glowworm," Ensemble.
"South," Chuck Herta.
"Mr. Tap Toe," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I'll String Along with You," Ken Curtis.
"Lucky U Ring," Ken Curtis.
"Hills of Old Wyoming," Ensemble.

10 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-728, 729
"Peter Cottontail," Ensemble.
"Flying Home," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Candy," Betty Taylor.
"Lucky U Ring," Ken Curtis.
"Happy Day," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Little Brown Church in the Vale," Ensemble.

11 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-730, 731
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"My Adobe Hacienda," (Louise Massey / Lee Penny) Chuck Herta.
"Across the Wide Missouri," Ensemble.
"Patches on My Heart," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Fisher's Famous Song Contest," Shug Fisher.
"On Top of Old Smokey," Ensemble.

12 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-732, 733
"Tweedle O'Twill," Ensemble.
"Lover," Frankie Messina.
"Mexicali Rose,"  (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney)Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"Pretty-Eyed Baby," Betty Taylor.
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot," Ensemble.

13 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-734, 735
"Happy Days Are Here Again," Ensemble.
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee," (Lewis F. Muir and L. Wolfe Gilbert) Frankie Messina and the Top-Hands.
"There's Silver on the Sage Tonight," Ken Curtis.
"Walking the Floor Over You," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Lucky U Ring," Ken Curtis.
"My Darling Nellie Grey," Ensemble.

16 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-736, 737
"There's Gonna Be a Great Day," Ensemble.
"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes," Chuck Herta.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"It's a Lie," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher and Ensemble.
"Lucky U Ring," Ken Curtis.
"Tongue Twister Contest," Betty Taylor.

17 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-738, 739
"Wild Colonial Boy," Ensemble.
"Halls of Limerick," Frankie Messina and the Top Hands.
"Young May Moon," Betty Taylor.
"The Isle of Innisfree," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Irish Spelling Bee," Shug Fisher.
"Galway Bee," Ken Curtis.

18 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-740, 741
"When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Alabama Jubilee," Chuck Herta.
"Pretend," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Fooey on You, Little Darlin'," Shug Fisher.
"A Big Bouquet of Roses," Ken Curtis.
"Rock of Ages," Ensemble.

19 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-742, 743
"Silver Bells," Ensemble.
"Whispering," Rex Dennis.
"Button Up Your Overcoat," Betty Taylor.
"Have You Heard," Ken Curtis.
"Remember Me," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Po' Man Lazarus," Ensemble.

20 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-744, 745
"Trail to San Antone," Ensemble.
"The Donkey Serenade," Frankie Messina.
"Keep it a Secret," Ken Curtis.
"I'm Short in the Saddle (but Tall, Tall, Tall on Love)," Shug Fisher.
"My Darling," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Drink to me Only with Thine Eyes," Ensemble.

23 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-746, 747
"Water Can't Quench the Fire of Love," Ensemble.
"The World is Waiting for the Sunrise," Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Your Cheatin' Heart," Ken Curtis.
"Minnie the Mermaid," Buddy Dooley.
"Tell Me Your Mine," Betty Taylor.

24 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-748, 749
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Fiddlin' the Fiddle," Chuck Herta.
"It's Dark Outside," Ken Curtis.
"Sometimes," Betty Taylor.
"How Much is That Doggie in the Window," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The Last Round-Up," Ensemble.

25 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-750, 751
"Skip to My Lou," Ensemble.
"Blue Tango," Frankie Messina.
"Oh Happy Day," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Ken Curtis.
"Taking a Chance on Love," Betty Taylor.
"Roll on Little Doggies," Ensemble.

26 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-752, 753
"Skip to My Lou," Ensemble.
"Blue Tango," Frankie Messina.
"Oh Happy Day," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Ken Curtis.
"Taking a Chance on Love," Betty Taylor.
"Roll on Little Doggies," Ensemble.

27 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-754, 755
"Skip to My Lou," Ensemble.
"Blue Tango," Frankie Messina.
"Oh Happy Day," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Ken Curtis.
"Taking a Chance on Love," Betty Taylor.
"Roll on Little Doggies," Ensemble.

30 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-756, 757
"The Price I Pay for Loving You," Betty Taylor.
"Danny Boy," Ken Curtis.
"Rocky Mountain Express," Ensemble.
"Honeysuckle Rose," The Top Hands.
"I want to Listen to Rag," Ken Curtis and Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Old Trail," Ensemble.

31 March 1953. Transcription Disc TR-758, 759
"Fair You Well, Lula Belle," Ensemble.
"On the Alamo," Chuck Herta.
"Cattle Call," Ken Curtis.
"Getting to Know You," Betty Taylor.
"This Love of Mine," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Swing Down Sweet Chariot," Ensemble.

1 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-760, 761
"When it's Roundup Time in Texas," Ensemble.
"Polka," Frankie Messina.
"It's a Big Wide Wonderful World," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Was it Tears That Fell, or Was it Rain," Ken Curtis.
"Ten Little Oil Wells," Rex Dennis.
"Lucky U Ring," Ken Curtis.

2 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-762, 763
"Detour," Ensemble.
"Nobody's Sweetheart," Chuck Herta.
"Streets of Laredo," Ken Curtis.
"Along Came the Bobsey Twins," Ensemble.
"Nice Work if You Can Get It," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You," Ensemble.

3 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-764, 765
"Peter Cottontail," Ensemble.
"How High the Moon," Frankie Messina.
"Sing Hallelujah," Betty Taylor.
"Don Juan," Shug Fisher.
"I Believe," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"In the Easter Parade," Ensemble.

6 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-766, 767
"Roll Along Jordan," Ensemble.
"Amore," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Wild Horses," Buddy Dooley.
"Ridin' Down the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"Withered Roses," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"The Old Rugged Cross," Ensemble.

7 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-768, 769
"Aha! San Antone," Ensemble.
"Hot Toddie," Ensemble.
"That's a Plenty," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"I Don't Want to Be Free," Betty Taylor.
"Lady," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Sleepy Rio Grande," Ensemble.

8 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-770, 771
"New River Train," Ensemble.
"Need You," Ken Curtis and Betty Taylor.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I Want to Go Places," Rex Allen.
"Lonesome for You, Annabelle," Shug Fisher and Ken Curtis.
"Whispering Hope," Ensemble.


9 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-772, 773
"Cimarron,"  (Johnny Bond) Ensemble.
Instrumental, Chuck Herta.
"My Baby's Coming Home," Betty Taylor.
"I Guess I'll Have to Dream the Rest," Ken Curtis.
"I Tawt I Taw a Putty Tat," Shug Fisher.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.

10 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-774, 775
"Hold That Critter Down," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Sunrise Serenade," Frankie Messina.
"Moon Over Miami," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Old Rocking Chair,"  (Willie James Clarke / Clarence Henry Reid) Buddy Dooley and Shug Fisher.
"Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.

13 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-776, 777
"You Are My Sunshine," Ensemble.
"The Syncopated Clock," Frankie Messina and Chuck Herta.
"Moonlight and Roses," Ensemble.
"I'm Making Believe," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Sam's Song," Ken Curtis and Rex Allen.
"Talk with Stan Jones," Ken Curtis.
"The Burro Lullaby," Ensemble.

14 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-778, 779
"Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"Get Happy," Betty Taylor.
"Biscuit Blues," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"If You'd Pretend," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"He Was There," Ensemble.

15 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-780, 781
"Sky Ball Paint," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Lady Be Good," Chuck Herta.
"Old Man River," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Scarlet Ribbons," Ken Curtis.
"Something Good Will Come From That," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Peace in the Valley," Ensemble.

16 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-782, 783
"April Showers," Ensemble.
"April in Portugal," The Top Hands.
"I'll Remember April," Betty Taylor.
"April in Paris," Ken Curtis.
"I Remember April in Paris, Texas," Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The Touch of God's Hand," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.

17 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-784, 785
"Ridin' Down to Santa Fe," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"It's You I Adore," Frankie Messina.
"I'll Be Hanging Around," Betty Taylor and Rex Allen.
"I'll Never Be Free," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Ghost Riders in the Sky," Ensemble.

20 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-786, 787
"My Blue Ridge Mountain Home," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Rex Allen.
"Your Cheatin' Heart," Ken Curtis.
"Swing Down Sweet Chariot," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Blue Skies," (Irving Berlin) Betty Taylor.
"Too Old to Cut the Mustard Anymore," Shug Fisher.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.

21 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-788, 789
"When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along," Ensemble.
"Sweet Georgia Brown," Chuck Herta.
"Congratulations to Someone," Betty Taylor.
"The Rim of the Canyon," Ken Curtis.
"Something Awful," Shug Fisher.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"When He Rounds Us Up in Glory," Ensemble.

22 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-790, 791
"Ridin' Old Paint and Leadin' Old Bald," Ensemble.
"Somebody Loves You," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"El Relicario," Frankie Messina.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Old-Time Religion," Buddy Dooley.
"Till I Waltz Again with You," Betty Taylor.
"On Top of Old Smokey," Ensemble.

23 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-792, 793
"Red Wing," Ensemble.
"Indian Love Call," Chuck Herta.
"'Deed I Do," Betty Taylor.
"Like Putty in Their Hands," Rex Allen and Shug Fisher.
"I Believe," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"In the Garden," Ensemble.

24 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-794, 795
"Rancho Grande," Ensemble.
"Clarinet Polka," Frankie Messina.
"Tagalong," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Silver on the Sage," Ken Curtis.
"Ezekiel Saw De Wheel," Ensemble.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I Love You Truly," Ensemble.

27 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-796, 797
"Happy Days Are Here Again," Ensemble.
"Hillbilly Wedding in June," Ken Curtis.
"Blue Moon," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"You're Driving Me Crazy," Betty Taylor.
"San Fernando Valley," Ensemble.

28 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-798, 799
"There's a Blue Sky Way Out Yonder," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"Where is Your Heart," Ken Curtis.
"Bye Bye Blackbird," Rex Allen.
"You Turned the Tables on Me," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Lead Me Gently Home Father," Ensemble.

29 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-800, 801
"Goin' Back to My Good Old Texas Home," Ensemble.
"Danny Boy," Frankie Messina.
"Maggie Blues," Betty Taylor and Rex Allen.
"September Song," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"They Go Wild Over Me," Shug Fisher.
"Empty Saddles," Ensemble.

30 April 1953. Transcription Disc TR-802, 803
"Night Train to Memphis," Ensemble.
"The Peanut Vendor," Frankie Messina.
"Haven't Got a Worry to My Name," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Basin Street Blues," Ken Curtis.
"Minnie the Mermaid," Buddy Dooley.
"My Best to You," Ensemble.

1 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-804, 805
"The Yellow Rose of Texas," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Chuck Herta.
"Hot Toddie," Ensemble.
"Robins and Roses," Ken Curtis.
"Nengosa," Frankie Messina.
"Froggie Went a-Courtin'," Shug Fisher.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Tennessee Waltz," Ensemble.

4 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-806, 807
"Corrine, Corrina," Ensemble.
"Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," (m. John Turner Layton, Jr. / lyrics by Henry Creamer) Chuck Herta.
"You'll Never Walk Alone," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Get Goin'," Betty Taylor.
"A Million Years," Rex Allen.
"I Haven't Got the Heart," Ray Comb.
"The Singing Hills," Ensemble.

5 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-808, 809
"Way Out There," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"April in Portugal," Frankie Messina.
"It's Just the Nearness of You," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"Exactly Like You," Rex Allen.
"Where Are You," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Wagon Wheels," Ensemble.

6 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-810, 811
"Idaho," Ensemble.
"Alabama Jubilee," Chuck Herta.
"Waltz of the Roses," Betty Taylor and Ken Curtis.
"When It's Sleepy Time Down South," Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Throw a Saddle on a Star," (Andy Parker/Caldwell/Nordyke) Ken Curtis.
"Mexicali Rose," (Helen Stone/Jack B. Tenney) Ensemble.

7 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-812, 813
"Roll Along Jordan," Ensemble.
"Serenade in Blue," Frankie Messina.
"Manana," Ken Curtis and Shug Fisher.
"It's a Lovely Day Today," Betty Taylor.
"I'm in the Mood For Love," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"My Pretty Quadroon," Ensemble.

8 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-814, 815
"I Want a Girl Just Like the Girl That Married Dear Old Dad," Ensemble.
"My Mother's Eyes," Betty Taylor.
Instrumental, Chuck Herta.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Betty Taylor and Rex Dennis.
"That Pioneer Mother of Mine," Ken Curtis.

11 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-816, 817
"San Antonio Rose," Ensemble.
"El Comanchero," Frankie Messina.
"Saddle Up," Ensemble.
"I Want to Be Happy," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The One Rose," Ken Curtis.
"Star of Hope," Ensemble.

12 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-818, 819
"Mojave," Ensemble.
"Summertime," Frankie Messina.
"You Couldn't Be Cuter," Betty Taylor.
"Riders in the Sky," Ensemble.
"There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder," (Jimmie Davis, Ekko Whelan, and Lee Blastic) Ensemble.
"Blue Bonnets for Your Golden Hair," Buddy Dooley.
"Your Cheatin' Heart," Ken Curtis.

13 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-820, 821
"I Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Chuck Herta.
"It's a Spoonin' Moon," Betty Taylor and Buddy Dooley.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"How Much is That Doggie in the Window," Ensemble.
"It Might as Well Be Spring," Ken Curtis.
"Gooseberry Pie," Shug Fisher.
"The Best Things in Life Are Free," Betty Taylor.
"The Cowboy's Serenade," Ensemble.

14 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-822, 823
"Cowpoke," Ken Curtis.
"Sweet Thing," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Ramona,"  (L. Wolfe Gilbert / Mabel Wayne) Ensemble.

15 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-824, 825
"Goin' Down That Road Feelin' Bad," Ensemble.
"He Was There," Ensemble.
"Side By Side," Betty Taylor and Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I Let My Wife Support Me," Shug Fisher.
"Have I Told You Lately That I Love You," Betty Taylor.
"Ridin' Down the Canyon," Ken Curtis.

18 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-826, 827
"There's Gonna Be a Great Day," Ensemble.
"Brazil," Frankie Messina.
"Sitting on Top of the World," Betty Taylor.
"The Mystery of His Way," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"This Love of Mine," Ken Curtis.
"Another Millionaire in Texas," Rex Dennis.
"Lazy Day," Buddy Dooley.
"
Seeing Nellie Home (Aunt Dinah’s Quilting Party)" (James Fletcher/Francis Kyle) Ensemble.

19 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-828, 829
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.
"Wild Horses," Frankie Messina.
"I'd Trade All of My Tomorrows (for Just One Yesterday)," Buddy Dooley.
"Seven Lonely Days," Betty Taylor.
"How Much is That Doggie in the Window," Shug Fisher.
"Wait Till the Sun Shines Nellie," Betty Taylor and Buddy Dooley.
"I'll Walk Alone," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The Timber Trail," Ensemble.

20 May 1953.Transcription Disc TR-830, 831
"Ida Red," Ensemble.
"Caravan," Chuck Herta.
"Hello Young Lovers," Betty Taylor.
"It Is No Secret," Ensemble.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Night and Day," Ken Curtis.
"You'll Never Get Away," Betty Taylor and Shug Fisher.
"The Strawberry Roan," Ensemble.

21 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-832, 833
"Fire Ball Mail," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"Baby, Don't Be Mad at Me," Betty Taylor.
"Chattanooga Choo-Choo," Reuben and Reddish.
"Peg O' My Heart," Ken Curtis.
"I Stutter Too Much," Shug Fisher.
"Baby Face," Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"The Hills of Old Wyoming."

22 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-834, 835
"Tater Pie," Ensemble.
"Ain't Misbehavin'," Chuck Herta.
"May You Never Be Alone Like Me," Buddy Dooley.
"When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along," Betty Taylor.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"I Believe," Ken Curtis.
"I Wonder Why," Betty Taylor Rex Dennis.
"Home on the Range," (Dr. Brewster Higley/Dan Kelley)

25 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-836, 837
"Cimarron,"  (Johnny Bond) Ensemble.
"Where is Your Heart," Frankie Messina.
"Hona Lee," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"It's a Lie," (Bob Nolan) Shug Fisher.
"Dancing with Someone and Longing For You," Betty Taylor.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Ensemble.

26 May 1953 Transcription Disc TR-838, 839
"Columbus Stockade Blues," Ensemble.
Instrumental, Frankie Messina.
"I'll Never Smile Again," Ken Curtis.
"Money, Marbles, and Chalk," Buddy Dooley.
"Love is Just Around the Corner," Betty Taylor.
"So Long to the Red River Valley," Ensemble.
"Back in Your Own Backyard," Betty Taylor and Rex Dennis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Galway Bay," Ensemble.

27 May 1953. Transcription Disc TR-840, 841
"Old Joe Clark," Ensemble.
"Bye, Bye Blues," Chuck Herta.
"Somebody Stole My Gal," Rex Dennis.
"The Call of the Faraway Hills," Ken Curtis.
"Hoedown," Chuck Herta.
"Le'ts Pretend," (Bob Nolan) Betty Taylor.
"Friendship," Shug Fisher and Dink Swink.
"A Penny For Your Thoughts," Buddy Dooley.
"The Utah Trail," Ensemble.

Audition Disc No. 1 and No. 2.
"I Ride an Old Paint," Sons of the Pioneers.
Commentary, George Putnam.
Commentary to sell the Lucky U Ranch to Don-Lee Network Stations, Bob Temple.
"Cool Water," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
Closing Commentary, Norm Osby.
Opening Commentary, Norm Osby.
"Tumbling Tumbleweeds," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.
"Happy Cowboy," (Bob Nolan) Sons of the Pioneers.

Commentary, George Putnam.
Commentary on advertising, Henry Gerstincorn.
"Cajon Stomp," Hugh Farr and Karl Farr.
Commentary, George Putnam.
Commentary on gimmicks, Ray Morgan.
Commentary on Armed Forces Radio Network, George Putnam.
Interview with relatives of servicemen, Lloyd Perryman.
Commentary on Betty Taylor, George Putnam.
"Walkin' to Missouri," Betty Taylor.
 


Lucky U Television Program

KHJ-TV 3:30pm daily

 

Brad's Newsletter, December 26, 1952

The SONS OF THE PIONEERS and their "Lucky U Ranch" on KHJ Television is gaining steadily as one of the top programs of its kind in the West. The Pioneers maintain their radio program daily on the same station at 1:30pm. The TV show is 3:30 pm and both are Mondays through Fridays.

 

Brad's Newsletter, January 9, 1953

THE SONS OF THE PIONEERS may be seen in person daily on their Lucky U Ranch Television show on KHJ-TV in Hollywood. Visitors may arrange tickets in advance by writing the station direct at 1212 N. Vine St., Hollywood 28, Calif. The sons, according to Tim Spencer, are getting wonderful praise for their work in the RCA Victor album of favorite western songs of all time. Lucky U Ranch radio version is on KHJ-Mutual Mondays through Fridays.

 

 

 


Beginning in the mid-fifties and continuing for several years the trio of Perryman, Doss and Warren made a large quantity of transcriptions for the government. Among these were Country Music Time for the Department of the Navy, and Smokey the Bear for the Department of Agriculture. One segment of the Smokey the Bear series featured "The Singing Woodsman", Billy Johnson, backed by the Pioneers. On another series, a celebrity would inform the public of the dangers of forest fires and the value of our wooded areas and then introduce a Pioneer recording. Stars such as Hugh O'Brien, Jim Arness, Barbara Stanwyck, and Walter Brennan participated. The songs on these programs by the trio and the Farr Brothers, with Deuce Spriggens and Shug Fisher, are most impressive. Possible the highlight of the series is the Nolan composition "Redwood Trees", which was never commercially recorded. It is difficult to understand how a song of such beauty could go unnoticed. A series of five minute programs called Rodeo Roundup, featuring Roy Rogers and the Pioneers, also were made for the Forest Service in the early sixties. (p. 57, Hear My Song by Ken Griffis, 19940


 

 


Guest performances on other programs

 

Melody Hour January 3,1949

Melody Hour February 28, 1949

 


 

Navy Country Hoedown

Navy Country Hoedown. Program No. 55-56. Transcription Disc TR-876
Side One: Program No. 55. Master of Ceremonies: Tex Williams. Guest: Carolina Cotton.
Side Two: Program No. 56. Master of Ceremonies: Rex Allen. Guest: Sons of the Pioneers.

Navy Country Hoedown. Program No. 67-68. Transcription Disc TR-877
Side One: Program No. 67. Master of Ceremonies: Rex Allen. Guest: Sons of the Pioneers.
Side Two: Program No. 68. Master of Ceremonies: Faron Young. Guest: Sons of the Pioneers.

Navy Country Hoedown. Program No. 85-86. Transcription Disc TR-878
Side One: Program No. 85. Master of Ceremonies: Tex Williams. Guest: Rex Allen.
Side Two: Program No. 86. Master of Ceremonies: Rex Allen. Guest: Sons of the Pioneers.

Navy Country Hoedown. Program No. 101-102. Transcription Disc TR-879
Side One: Program No. 101. Master of Ceremonies: Rex Allen. Guest: Sons of the Pioneers.
Side Two: Program No. 102. Master of Ceremonies: Spade Cooley. Guest: Ferlin Husky and Faron Young.

 



Spade Cooley: The King of Western Swing and His Dance Gang. Standard Program Library. Standard Radio, Hollywood, Calif  Transcription Disc TR-864
Side 1:1. "If I'd Only See'd You," Spade Cooley.
Side 1:2. "Fiddle Boogie," Spade Cooley.
Side 1:3. "Down at the Coocoo House," Spade Cooley.
Side 1:4. "Bogg's Boogie," Spade Cooley.
Side 1:5. "Oklahoma Waltz," Spade Cooley.


Side 2:1. "Tuesday Two Step," Spade Cooley.
Side 2:2. "Mountain Mother-In-Law," Spade Cooley.
Side 2:3. "Peekin' Peekin' Peekin'," Spade Cooley.
Side 2:4. "Oh Elvirey," Spade Cooley.
Side 2:5. "Four Fiddle Polka," Spade Cooley.
 



The Sons of the Pioneers Show. Teleways Radio Productions, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Program No. 11-12  Transcription Disc TR-865
Side One: Program No. 11.
Side Two: Program No. 12.

The Sons of the Pioneers Show. Teleways Radio Productions, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Program No. 43-44  Transcription Disc TR-866
Side One: Program No. 43.
Side Two: Program No. 44.

The Sons of the Pioneers Show. Teleways Radio Productions, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Program No. 49-50  Transcription Disc TR-867
Side One: Program No. 49.
Side Two: Program No. 50.

The Sons of the Pioneers Show. Teleways Radio Productions, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Program No. 91-92  Transcription Disc TR-868
Side One: Program No. 91.
Side Two: Program No. 92.

The Sons of the Pioneers Show. Teleways Radio Productions, Inc., Hollywood, Calif. Program No. 177-178. Transcription Disc TR-869
Side One: Program No. 177.
Side Two: Program No. 178.

 



Sons of the Pioneers and Allen Roth. RCA Thesaurus Orthacoustic. Transcription Disc TR-870
Side One: Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:1. "Hill Country," (Glenn Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Blue Mountain Sweetheart," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "When the Moon Comes Over Sun Valley," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Whoopee Ti Yi Yo," Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "A Cowboy's Prayer," Lloyd Perryman.


Side Two: Allen Roth Theme.
Side 2:1. Opening (Local Announcer and Allen Roth).
Side 2:2. Opening (Local Announcer and Allen Roth).
Side 2:3. Opening (Local Announcer and Allen Roth).
Side 2:4. Opening (Local Announcer and Allen Roth).
Side 2:5. Closing (Allen Roth).
Side 2:6. Closing (Allen Roth).
Side 2:7. Closing (Allen Roth).
Side 2:8. Closing (Allen Roth).
 



Sons of the Pioneers and the Wayne King Orchestra. RCA Thesaurus Orthacoustic. Transcription Disc TR-871
Side One: Sons of the Pioneers.

Side 1:1. "Silver Threads Among the Gold," (Eben E. Rexford/Hart Pease Danks)

Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Hard Times, Come Again No More," (Stephen Foster. Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "With Someone Like You," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. ""A" Rag," Hugh Farr.
Side 1:5. "Fire Alarm Blues," Karl Farr.
Side 1:6. "Tom and Jerry," Hugh Farr.


Side Two: Wayne King Orchestra.
Side 2:1. "A Kiss in the Dark," Wayne King Orchestra.
Side 2:2. "Broken Melody," Wayne King Orchestra.
Side 2:3. "Where or When," Wayne King Orchestra.
Side 2:4. "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles," Wayne King Orchestra.
Side 2:5. "That Naughty Waltz," Wayne King Orchestra.
 



Sons of the Pioneers and the Tex Beneke Orchestra. RCA Thesaurus Orthacoustic. Transcription Disc TR-872
Side One: Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:1. "When Payday Rolls Around," (Bob Nolan) Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "Love Song of the Waterfall," (Bob Nolan) Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Jim Jam Jiggin' Jive," Karl Farr and Hugh Farr.
Side 1:4. "Beautiful Dreamer," Lloyd Perryman and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Yippi Yi, Yippi Yo," (Glenn Spencer) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:6. "Chant of the Wanderer," (Bob Nolan) Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Tex Beneke Orchestra.
Side 2:1. "Be My Love," Tex Beneke Orchestra.
Side 2:2. "My Heart Cries For You," Tex Beneke Orchestra.
Side 2:3. "Baby-O, Baby-O (Do That to Me)," Tex Beneke Orchestra.
Side 2:4. "I Remember the Cornfields," Tex Beneke Orchestra.
Side 2:5. "If I Were a Bell," Tex Beneke Orchestra.

 



The United States Navy Presents Country Music Time: Starring the Sons of the Pioneers and Rex Allen. Program No. 3-4. Transcription Disc TR-873
Side One: Program No. 3. Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:1. "Tall Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "I'll Take You Home Again Kathleen,"
(Thomas P. Westendorf) Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Song of the Pioneer," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Too High, Too Wide, Too Low," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Tumbleweeds," Sons of the Pioneers.


Side Two: Program No. 4. Rex Allen.
Side 2:1. "Ten More Miles to Go," Rex Allen.
Side 2:2. "Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy," Rex Allen.
Side 2:3. "Afraid," Rex Allen.
Side 2:4. "Sparrow on Treetop," Rex Allen.
 



Sons of the Pioneers. The Armed Forces Radio Service Basic Musical Library: War Department. Volume No. (W)5-6. Transcription Disc TR-874
Side One: Volume No. W-5. Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:1. "Don't You Wish You Had Some," Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "So Long to the Red River Valley," Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Texas Crap Shooter," Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:4. "Tumbleweed Trail," Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:5. "Ridin' On the Sunshine Trail," (Tim Spencer) Bob Nolan and the Sons of the Pioneers.
 

Side Two: Volume No. W-6. Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:1. "Yippi Yi," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:2. "Happy Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:3. "Trail Herdin' Cowboy," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:4. "Coyote Serenade," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 2:5. "Rocky Mountain Express," Sons of the Pioneers.
 



Sons of the Pioneers with Eddie Arnold and His Tennessee Playboys and Montana Slim with the Buchanan Brothers. Armed Forces Radio Service Basic Musical Library: War and Navy Departments. Volume No. (W)63-64  Transcription Disc TR-875
Side One: Program No. W-63. Sons of the Pioneers with Eddie Arnold and his Tennessee Playboys.
Side 1:1. "Forgive and Forget," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:2. "The Timber Trail," Sons of the Pioneers.
Side 1:3. "Many Tears Ago," Eddie Arnold.
Side 1:4. "You Must Walk the Line," Eddie Arnold.


Side Two: Program No. W-64. Montana Slim with the Buchanan Brothers.
Side 2:1. "Memories That Never Die," Montana Slim.
Side 2:2. "May Be Wrong," Montana Slim.
Side 2:3. "The Bottom Fell Out of the Sky," Buchanan Brothers.
Side 2:4. "Hurry, Johnny, Hurry," Buchanan Brothers.
 


 

The Sons of the Pioneers (and other artists) appeared on a series of programs sponsored by the government to inform returning veterans of their rights under the GI Bill - "Here's to Veterans". The group did not appear; one of them would talk about GI rights and then play one of their recordings. These programs continued into, possibly, 1952.