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

LAST LETTER, THE (Rex Griffin) (Acetate discs cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street, Montgomery, Alabama in 1942 or earlier)
Asher Sizemore
Asleep At The Wheel, 1974
Bill Harrell & The Virginians
Blue Sky Boys, The (in concert - 1964)
Bob Wills (vcl. Luke Wills)
Bobby Flores
Bryan Chalker
Carl Perkins
Carter Family, The, Radio Transcription, 1941
Carter Family, The (on radio)
Carter Family, The (vcl. Maybelle) (on radio)
Carter Family, The (The Acme Sessions, Apr. 20, 1956)
Col Carter
Connie Smith
Don Gibson
Don Reno & Red Smiley
Eddy Arnold
Ernest Tubb (1)
Ernest Tubb (2)
Ernest Tubb (3)
Faron Young
Gene Autry
George Hamilton IV
George Jones
Hank Snow, 1951
Hawkshaw Hawkins, King, 1947 (dubbed 1963)
Jack Greene
Janette Carter, (1) Radio Transcription XERA, 1939
Janette Carter, (2) Radio Transcription XERA, 1939
Jerry Lee Lewis, Mercury
Jerry Lee Lewis (The Caribou Ranch sessions - 1980)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Knoxville, TN, USA - Dec. 4, 1981)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Sports Arena, Goldston, NC, USA - Feb. 24, 1996: The Last Letter + 1 song)
Jerry Wallace
Jim Eanes (live)
Jimmie Davis, 1939
Jimmy Dean (live)
Jody Nix
Johnny Loughrey
Johnny Rodriguez
Laney Hicks
Mac Wiseman
Marty Robbins
Merle Haggard
Nic du Toit (instr.)
Osborne Brothers
Pete Cassell, Majestic 6006, Recorded Feb., 1947
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Ray Price, Columbia B-2812, Recorded Dec. 28, 1953
Ray Price
Rex Allen
Rex Griffin, 1937 - ORIGINAL
Rick Robbins with Rory Block
Ronny & The Daytonas
Rosalie Sorrels
Roy Acuff
Roy Drusky
Sammi Smith
Sundowners, The (live)
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Tommy Collins
Tommy Hill
Vernon Oxford
Wanda Jackson
Waylon Jennings
Waylon Jennings (live, Abbott High School, Abbot, Texas - Fall 1974)
Wesley Tuttle
Willie Nelson (1)
Willie Nelson (2)
Willie Nelson (live medley: The Last Letter + 1 more song)
Yodeling Slim Clarke

Answer song to "The Last Letter":
THE ANSWER TO "THE LAST LETTER" (Rex Griffin)
Ray Price, Harmony HL-7440, Recorded Aug. 6, 1951
Rex Griffin, 1939 - ORIGINAL

LEAVE ME ALONE WITH THE BLUES (Joe Pope)
Curley Williams
Doug Sahm
Sleepy LaBeef
Unknown male singer (private recording)
Vernon Oxford

LET THE SPIRIT DESCEND (Traditional or J. M. Purdom)
Daisy Mae
Gospel Creek The Bluegrass Band
J. D. Crowe & The New South, Lemco/Rebel
Jim & Jesse
Jim & Jesse & The Virginia Boys (live, New Year's BGF, Jekyll Island, GA - Dec. 29, 1995)
Larry Rice
Masters Family, Columbia, 1950
New Horizon
Original Formula
Paul Adkins & The Borderline Band
Psalmsmen Quartet
Thomas Fox

LITTLE PAPER BOY (Jim Anglin/Johnnie Wright)
Armstrong Twins, The
Audrey Jean Crabtree, Talent 742, 1949
Blue Sky Boys, The
Blue Sky Boys, The, 1963
Bobby Fuller
First Impressions
Howie Brothers, The
Jim & Jesse
Joe Val & The New England Bluegrass Boys
Johnnie & Jack
Julian Johnson & Leon Hyatt
Red Ellis & Friends
Rustic Harmony

LITTLE ROSEWOOD CASKET (instr.) (Public Domain) (Acetate discs cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street, Montgomery, Alabama in 1942 or earlier)
Bill & Betty Price
Bob Fuller
Butch Baldassari (instr. medley: Little Rosewood Casket + 1 none Hank song)
Chickie Williams, Wheeling WLP-4001, 1962
Earl Taylor & The Stoney Mountain Boys (instr.)
Gail Smith
George Shuffler (instr.)
Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys
Harry & Jeanie West
James Alan Shelton
Janette Carter
Jean Stafford
Josh Graves (instr.)
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers (instr.)
Lilly Brothers, The with Don Stover & Tex Logan (live, 6th Annual BGF, Watermelon Park, Berryville, VA - Jul. 8, 1972)
Mac Wiseman
Marty Robbins
Merle Travis & Joe Maphis (instr.)
Morgans, The, Davis Unlimited DU 33035, 1978
Mountain Ramblers, The
Osborne Brothers
Pat O'Daniel & His Hillbilly Boys, 1939
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys (live, Winterhawk BGF, Ancramdale, NY - Jul. 17, 1994)
Red Foley
Reno & Smiley
Roy Acuff
Russ Wheeler & The Echo Mountain Boys, Banff/Rodeo RBS. 1098
Rusty York & The Kentucky Mountain Boys
'Slim' Boyd, Coronet CX-130
Slim Rinehart
Sons Of The Pioneers
Spruce Pine
Stanley Brothers, The with George Shuffler & Melvin Goins (live, Brown County Jamboree, Bean Blossom, Ind., - Oct. 16, 1966)
Texas Top Hands, The
Tracy Schwarz
Vernon Dalhart
Wade Mainer, Old Homestead OHS 90123, 1980
Wayne Erbsen (instr.)
Wayne Erbsen & Laura Boosinger
Wayne Henderson
Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper

LONELY TOMBS (John Ellis) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Baker Boys, The
Bass Mountain Boys
Bill Lowe, Rose LPR 777, 1980
Blankenship Bernie & The Laurel Mountain Ramblers
Bluegrass Meditations
Carlos Brock & Enos Slaughter
Coal Creek
Delmore Brothers (1 - live, XERB Transcriptions)
Delmore Brothers (2 - live, XERB Transcriptions)
Dick Staber
Doc Watson Family, The
Downhill
Dry Branch Fire Squad, The
Dry Branch Fire Squad, The (live 2007)
East Virginia
First National Bluegrass
George Shuffler (instr.)
Hylo Brown, Rural Rhythm RR 204, 1968
J. D. Jarvis & The Rocky Mountain Boys, Rural Rhythm RR 189, 1967
J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers, King 661
J. E. Mainer & His Mountaineers
Jimmie Williams
John Burke & The Layman Trio
Johnny Jackson Band, The
Kilby Snow (instr.)
Lloyd Snow
Mainer's Mountaineers, Bluebird B-7424, Recorded Jan. 27, 1938
Mill Run Dulcimer Band, The
Preston Smith, Hobart Smith & Texas Gladden
Red White
Stanley Brothers, The (live on radio), Rebel, 1947-49
Stanley Brothers, The (radio), Broadcast Recordings
Stanley Brothers, The, King/Starday, 1959
Stanley Brothers, The, Wango, 1963
Wade Mainer & Sons Of The Mountaineers
Wade Mainer, Old Homestead OHS 90016
Watson Family, The
Whitetop Mountaineers, The, 2010
Wilson Brothers

LONESOME VALLEY (Trad.) (Acetate discs cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street, Montgomery, Alabama in 1942 or earlier)
Alabama
Andy Griffith
Appalachians, The
Baptism River Ramblers
Bashful Brother Oswald
Bayou Brothers
Ben Speer Singers, The
Bill Monroe (live, DJ Convention, Nashville, TN)
Bill Ramsey & Paul Kuhn
Bob Carty Band
Bob Paisley & Southern Grass (live in Holland)
Bobby Bare
Bruce Springsteen (live)
Buck Owens
Carolina Ramblers String Band
Carroll Roberson
Carter Family, The, unissued (matrix 64705-1), Nov. 24, 1930
Carter Family, The, Victor 23541 (matrix 64705-2), Nov. 24, 1930
Carter Family, The, Conqueror 8815 (matrix 17500-1), May 8, 1935
Carter Family, The, Harmony HL-7280 (matrix 17500-2), May 8, 1935
Carter Family, The, Radio Transcription APS, Jun. 10, 1936
Carter Family, The, Radio Transcription XERA, 1939
Carter Family, The (Helen & Anita Carter & Lori Davis Bennett)
Chet Atkins (instr.)
Dave Peloquin & Bob Webb
David Grover & The Big Bear Band
David Miller, 1927 - ORIGINAL
Desperate Dan Trio, The
Dixie Reelers
Don Gibson, RCA LSP-1918, Recorded Jul. 17, 1958
Don Reno & Benny Martin, Cabin Creek 204, 1967
Ed & Dana McCurdy
Eric Bibb (live)
Erik Darling
Ernest Tubb
Estil C. Ball
Fairfield Four
Ferlin Husky
Flat Mountain Girls, The
Fred Neil & Vince Martin
George Jones
Glenn Yarbrough
Hideaway (live)
Hodges Brothers, The
Ian & Sylvia and Great Speckled Bird
Ingemar Olsson
J. D. Jarvis
J. D. Jarvis & Rusty York, Rural Rhythm RRJD 195, 1968
J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers, Bluebird B-6596, Recorded Jun. 15, 1936
Jimmie Skinner
Joan Baez
Joan Baez & Mary Travers (live at the Newport Folk Festival - 1963)
John Fahey (instr.)
John Schmid
Johnny Cash & Anita Carter (part of live medley)
Johnson Brothers, The
Kent Gustavson with Micah Schonberg
Kevin Coyne
Kitty Wells
Marjory Razorblade
Million Dollar Quartet, The, Sun, Dec. 1956
Monroe Brothers, The, Bluebird B-6477, Recorded Jun. 21, 1936
Nina Simone
Osborne Brothers (instr. medley: I'll Fly Away/Lonesome Valley + 1)
Pete Seeger (live, 1980)
Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie (live)
Pickard Family, The
Porter Wagoner & Pamela Rose Gadd
Porter Wagoner & Penny Dehaven
Rev. F.W. McGee
Rex Allen
Rich Hamilton
Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans, Vocalion 04730, Recorded Mar. 22, 1937
Rusty York
Sandy Posey
Shenandoah Cut-Ups, The
Soggy Bottom Boys, The
Stanley Brothers, The, Cabin Creek LP- 203, Rec. Jun. 5, 1965
Statesmen, The
Sykes Boys
Terry Garland
Tom T. Hall & Earl Scruggs
Vince Martin & Fred Neil
Wade Mainer, Old Homestead OHS 90016
Woody Guthrie

LORD, BUILD ME A CABIN (IN THE CORNER OF GLORYLAND)
Bass Mountain Boys, The
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys, Decca DL 8769, Recorded Feb. 25, 1958
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys (live)
Blackwood Brothers Quartet, The
Bluegrass Band, The
Bluegrass Gospel Express (live radio 2004?)
Cathy & Lloyd Reynolds
Charlie Monroe, Rem LP 1010, recorded 1962
Charley Pride
Dan Crary
David Parmley & Friends
Deral & Oteka
Dusty Miller
Goodwill Trio, The (live)
Gospel Creek
Harvesters Quartet
Jim Avett & Family
Johnson Family Singers, The, Columbia, 1946
Kruger Brothers, The
Plainsmen
Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, RCA
Roustabouts, Blue Moon LP 0011, 1983
Roy Acuff, MGM E 3707, Recorded ca. Jul., 1958
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-117, Recorded Aug. 14, 1963
Roy Acuff, Bashful Brother Oswald & Porter Wagoner
Studio Group, Crownstar
Tim O'Brien
Unknown (instr. from "Smoky Mountain Hymns")

LOW AND LONELY (Floyd D. Jenkins a.k.a. Fred Rose) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Amanda Shires
Andy Griffith (TV show?)
Audrey Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (live Mother's Best, 1951)
Bill Rouse & The Uptown Grass Band
Bluegrass Cardinals, The
Bob Paisley & The Southern Grass (live)
Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top Express
Carl Smith
Crooks & Straights
Dan Paisley & Southern Grass (live 2007)
Dan Paisley & Southern Grass (live 2008)
Don Gibson
Eddie Shelton (instr.)
Ernest Tubb (transcription)
Esco Hankins, King 655, 1947
Four Men & A Dog
Jack Guthrie, Capitol Transcription G-30, 1946
Kenny Price, Boone, 1964
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers
Louvin Brothers, The - ORIGINAL
Marty Robbins (live)
Mike Lilly & The Country Grass (instr.)
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Rick Robbins
Ricky Skaggs
Robert Montgomery
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, OKeh 6693, Recorded Jun. 1, 1942
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, V Disc No. 127A, 1940's
Roy Acuff, Hickory 45-1244, Recorded Feb. 1, 1963
Stoney Creek Band
Unknown male singer
V W Boys