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

FAN IT (Frankie Jaxon) (Hank did this one in 1938 - 1939)
Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon (Take A - 1926-1929) - ORIGINAL
Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon (Take B - 1926-1929) - ORIGINAL
Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon (1929-1937)
Frankie 'Half-Pint' Jaxon (Fan It Boogie Woogie) (1937-1941)
Hank Penny & Jaye P. Morgan
Swift Jewel Cowboys

FARTHER ALONG (Rev. W. B. Stevens) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Aaron Watson & Kina Lankford
Adrienne Young & Little Sadie (medley: Farther Along & Billy In The Low Ground)
Alan Ladd
Alan Moberg
Allen Frizzell
Bad Livers
Barbara Mandrell
Bill Anderson
Bill Monroe, Decca ED-2792, Recorded Nov. 23, 1962
Billy Whelan, Banff RBS. 1154
Black Ace
Blackwood Brothers, The
Blue Maggie
Blue Sky Boys (on radio)
Bluegrass Invasion (live 2008)
Bob Plunkett
Bonnie Owens
Brad Paisley
Byrds, The
Cathedrals Quartet, The
Cathy & Lloyd Reynolds
Charlie Monroe, Bluebird B-7922, 1938
Charlie Parr
Connie Smith
Craig Duncan (instr.)
Crystalaires Quartet
Curtis Blackwell & The Dixie Bluegrass Boys
Dailey & Vincent
David Grisman (mandolin) & Bryan Bowers (vcl. & autoharp)
Dinning Sisters, The
Dino (instr.)
Doc Watson, Sugar Hill
Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris & Linda Ronstadt
Don Helms & Ron Elliott (instr.)
Don King
Don Reno & Red Smiley, King
Donna Hughes
Eddy Arnold (live)
Eldridge Fox
Elvis Presley (1st version)
Elvis Presley (2nd version)
Erin Hay
Ernest Tubb
Florida Boys, The
Flying Burrito Brothers, The
Foghorn Stringband, Foghorn
Gaither Homecoming (live)
Gary Adams & The Bluegrass Gentlemen
George Banton
George Hamilton IV
George Jones
George Shea
Grandpa Jones (live at the Ryman)
Grascals, The
Greg & Teresa Watson
Hank Snow
Hayseed
Hedy West, Vanguard
Helen, June and Anita Carter, Old Homestead
Heritage Singers
Hillbilly Gypsies, The
Hoyt Axton
Jack Pearson
James Price (instr.)
Jeff Mullen
Jens Lisberg
Jimmie Martin
Jimmy Swaggart (1st version)
Jimmy Swaggart (2nd version)
Jimmy Wakely
Joe Ely & Willie Nelson (live medley: Farther Along & All Just To Get To You)
Joe Mannino
John Conlee
John Hughey (instr.)
Johnnie Lee Wills, Rounder (radio transcription, 1950-51)
Johnny Bond (prev. unissued Columbia demo from 1952), B.A.C.M., 2008
Johnny Cash
Johnny Cash, 1982
Johnny Russell (Father Alone)
Johnson Family Singers, Columbia, 1951
Karen MacKay, West Virginia Woman
Karen Peck & New River
Kata Hay
Kentucky Blue, The
Kerosene Brothers
Larry Fritts & Family
Larry Jon Wilson
Light Crust Doughboys, The
Maddox Brothers & Rose, King
Marg Osburne
Marideth Sisco & Blackberry Winter
Marideth Sisco & Craig Klein
Martha Bassett
McDonald Sisters, The
Merle Haggard
Michael Bloomfield (instr.)
Michael Parks
Mickey Gilley
Million Dollar Quartet, The (Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley & Jerry Lee Lewis), Sun
Mississippi John Hurt, Piedmount
Moe Bandy
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band feat. Randy Scruggs
Nobody's Darlin'
Oak Ridge Boys, The
Obray Ramsey
Osborne Brothers, The (live 1994)
Osborne Brothers, The (live 1995)
Patti Page & The Jordanaires
Paul Mullins, Jalyn JLP 106
Paynes, The (medley: Farther Along & I'll Fly Away + 3 non Hank songs)
Peach Pickers, The
Pete Seeger
Petrella
Pine Ridge Boys
Pine Street String Band, The
Queen Bees, EMI, 2005
R. W. Hampton
Rachel Harrington
Rachel Robinson
Ralph Carmichael (instr.)
Ralph Stanley & Friends
Randy Travis
Ray Price
Red Foley
Rick Ruskin & Vivian Williams
Rickey Wasson, Rural Rhythm, 2008
Ricky Skaggs & The Whites
Rivertown Girls
Ron Woolsey (instr.)
Ronnie Milsap
Rory McNamara, Kicking Mule
Rose Maddox, Arhoolie
Round Peak Band, Marimac
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, OKeh 05766, Apr. 12, 1940
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, OKeh alt., Apr. 12, 1940 - released on Harmony HL-7342
Sam Cooke & The Soul Stirrers
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Singing Cookes, The
Smoking Popes, The
Spider Bridge
Stamps Quartet, Columbia, 1938
Stanley Brothers, The, Wango
Stanley Brothers, The, Cabin Creek, 1965
Stanley Brothers, The, Rimrock, 1966
Statler Brothers, The
Stella Parton
Studio Group
Susan Raye
T. Texas Tyler, 4 Star
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Tom Corbett (instr.)
Trail Band, Trail's End
Unknown (instr. from "Smoky Mountain Hymns")
Walter Miller, Augusta Heritage
Wanda Jackson
Wes Homner
West Girls, The
White Lightnin', Polydor, 1970
White Sisters
William Elliott Whitmore
Willie Nelson
Wylie Gustafson

FIRST YEAR BLUES (Ernest Tubb)
Ernest Tubb, Decca, 1941 - ORIGINAL

FREIGHT TRAIN BLUES (John Lair or Traditional, arranged by Roy Acuff)
Anita Carter, 1951
Benny Martin
Bob 'Bobby K' Kingston
Bob Dylan, Columbia
Boxcar Willie
Buddy Attaway & Webb Pierce, Pacemaker, 1950-51
Callahan Brothers, Columbia, 1936
Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer
Chubby Wise
Cousin Emmy & Her Kinfolks
Crooked Pine Stringband
Dan Bern
David Davis
David Davis & The Warrior River Boys
David Peterson & 1946 (live)
Dick Curless
Doc & Merle Watson, Flying Fish
Frank Warner, Minstrel
Gene & Jerry
Great American String Band, The
Happy & Artie Traum, Rounder
Hobo Bill & Kristin
Hylo Brown
Jack Guthrie, Capitol Transcription G-31, 1946
Jack Kingston
James Reams & The Barnstormers (live), Copper Creek
Jimmy Dean, Mercury
Joe Val & The New England Bluegrass Boys, 1975
Johnny Duncan & His Bluegrass Boys
Lynn Morris
McGee Brothers
Merle Travis (live on radio - 1944-48)
Mitch Greenhill & Mayne Smith, Bay
Peasall Sisters, The
Peasall Sisters, The (live 2007)
Pete Cassell, Decca 5954, Recorded Mar. 12, 1941
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Red Foley, Radiozark Transcribed, 1954-55
Robin & Linda Williams, Flashlight
Rosehip Ramblers, RHR
Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans, Vocalion 04466, Recorded Oct. 21, 1936
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia 37008, Recorded Jan. 28, 1947
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys (RC Cola transcription - mid. 1950's)
Roy Acuff, Hickory 45-1291, Recorded Dec. 7, 1964
Roy Acuff (live)
Sam & Kirk McGee, Starday
Sheriff Tom Owens
Studio Group
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Capitol
Unknown (instr.)
Weary Boys, The
Weavers, The, (1st version), 1949-53
Weavers, The, (2nd version), 1949-53
Webb Pierce

FROM JERUSALEM TO JERICHO (Rev. W. M. Robison) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Asher Sizemore & Little Jimmie, Old Homestead
Bill Clifton, County
Glenn Lehman, Vetco
Hotmud Family, The (live)
J. E. Mainer, Rural Rhythm
J. E. Mainer, Old Homestead OC-147, 1983
Lulu Belle & Scotty, Conqueror 9695, Recorded Feb. 10, 1939
Uncle Dave Macon with Sam & Kirk McGee, Vetco
Wade & Julia Mainer
Wade Mainer (Old Homestead OHS 90123) 1980