ARTISTS IN BOLD ARE IN MY COLLECTION OF NON-HANK-ORIGINAL COVER VERSIONS

CHEROKEE BOOGIE (Moon Mullican/Chief William Redbird) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Andy John
Asleep At The Wheel
Asleep At The Wheel (live at Arizona Charlie's)
Blue Dots
Bobby Helms
Boogie W Kings, The (live)
Boppin' Rhythm Boozers
BR5-49 (1st version)
BR5-49 (2nd version)
BR5-49 (live Munich, Germany - 1998)
BR5-49 (live Bloomington, Indiana - 1998)
BR5-49 (live)
Bull Moose Jackson
Cornell Hurd Band
Crowbar
Delta Line Dance Band
Fender Benders, The
French & The Firebirds
Hankerin' 4 Hank (live)
Haskell May, Boot Hill
Jimmie Davis
John Campbelljohn (live)
Johnny & The Jailbirds
Johnny & The Roccos
Johnny Horton
Johnny Loda
Jonny Williams
Marty Brown
Memphis Roots
Moon Mullican
Ray Campi, Scana, 2004
Rhythm Train
Rodney & The Regulars
Rubbernecks, The
Sam 'The Man' Taylor
Shotgun Whalers
Sydney Devine
2-Tones
Uncle Harv's Tagtime Wranglers
Upton Cook, Royale
Vegas 66
Western Swing Authority, The
Wild Wind
Woolpackers

COOL WATER (Bob Noland) (Hank performed this one on Johnny Fair Syrup Radio Show transcription & on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Arthur Fiedler & Boston Pops Orchestra
Bill Black's Combo (instr.), Hi
Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra (instr.), Dot (1st version)
Billy Vaughn & His Orchestra (instr.) (2nd version)
Bob & Randall Atcher & Bonnie Blue Eyes, Columbia 20354
Bob Atcher, Columbia, 1940
Bob Atcher
Bob Nolan
Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, Tiffany Transcriptions
Booher Brothers & Meriwyn
Brian Larkin
Bruce Forman & Cow Bop
Burl Ives, 1961
Cactus Pryor, 4 Star
Cattlemen, The
Chick, Ted Cameron Group & The DJ's
Col Thomson
Cow Bop
Dave Pell Octet (instr.)
Dean Armstrong & The Arizona Dance Hands
Denver Darling
Dick Contino (instr.)
Ed Badeaux
Eddie Dean
Eddy Arnold
Four Tunes
Foy Willing & The Riders Of The Purple Sage, Majestic
Frank Necessary & The Stone Mountain Boys
Frankie Laine
Frode Veddinge & Andy Sundstrøm
Gene Autry
Gene Davenport
Hank Snow, RCA, 1965
Henrik Johansen's Jazzband (instr.)
Igor's Jazz Cowboys
Jack Marshall
Jack Scott, Capitol (take 8)
Jim Ed & The Browns
Jim Owen
Jimmie Rodgers
John Burrus
Johnnie Ray
Johnny & The Horses (Koel helder water), MultiMusic
Johnny Bond & The Willis Brothers (recorded in 1976), CMH, 1977
Johnny Chester
Jon Smith
Joni Mitchell
Jorgs, Shogren
Keith Burden
Kenny Gardner & The Lombardo Trio, Capitol
LA's, The
Larry Gatlin & Bros.
Lasse Liemola, Juhani Miettinen & Raimo Roimu, RUK, 1958
Lee Conway
Marty Robbins
Mason Williams, Skookum
Matti Heinivaho, Rytmi, 1971
Michael Martin Murphey
Michael Martin Murphey & Sons of the San Joaquin with The San Antonio Symphony Orchestra (live WB - 1995)
Mills Brothers
Moe Bandy
Monte Hale
Nellie Lutcher
New Pioneers, The
Odetta, Vanguard
Ojai Valley Boys (live)
Patsy Montana (medley: 4 songs + Cool Water)
Pattie Labelle & The Bluebelles
Peter Hill (instr.)
Prickly Pair (medley: 1 song + Cool Water)
Rachel Proctor
Ramblin' Jack Elliott (live)
Red River Dave & His Texas Tophands, Remington
Replacements, The
Rex Allen, Sr. (live)
Rex Allen, Jr. & Rex Allen, Sr. (medley: Tumbling Tumbleweeds/Cool Water)
Riders In The Sky
Riders Of The Purple Sage
Ron Lloyd
Rooftop Singers, Vanguard
Roy Jackson & His Westerners (vcl. Dave Yeary & Trio), Rose City RCR 1002
Roy Rogers with Sons of the Pioneers
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Shug Fisher & His Ranchmen (Capitol transcriptions)
Sleepy LaBeef, Sun Int. 138, 1974
Slim Whitman
Smiley Burnette
Smoky Dawson & John Farnham
Sons of the Pioneers, 1936 - ORIGINAL
Sons of the Pioneers, 1941
Sons of the Pioneers, 1945
Sons of the Pioneers, 1948
Sons of the Purple Sage
Sons of the San Joaquin
Steve Back & Ken Dravis
Super Tough
SuperCountry
Tapio Neloset & Rautavaara, Broadway, 1961
Teddy Edelmann
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Teresa Brewer
Tex Ritter & The Dinning Sisters
Tex Williams, Capitol Transcription, ca. 1949
Tom Jones
Tuomari Nurmio, Megamania, 1989
Unknown, EMI, 1971
Unknown
Vaughn Monroe & The Sons Of The Pioneers
Walter Brennan, 1964
Wayne Horsburgh
Willie Nelson & Don Cherry
Wylie & The Wild West Show

CRYING MYSELF TO SLEEP (?) (Acetate discs cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street, Montgomery, Alabama in 1942 or earlier)
Bob Atcher
Ernest Tubb