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

TAKE MY HAND, PRECIOUS LORD (aka PRECIOUS LORD, TAKE MY HAND) (Thomas A. Dorsey) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Al Green, 1994
Andraé Crouch & The Disciples, 1996
Andy Griffith
Anthony Burger
Aretha Franklin (live medley: Take My Hand, Precious Lord + 1 song)
Ashley Cleveland
B. B. King, 1987
B. B. King, Etta James, Chaka Khan & Gladys Knight (live)
B. J. Thomas
Bart Millard
Beau Williams
Betty Lou Mills
Bill & Gloria Gaither (live)
Bill Anderson & Jan Howard
Blackwood Brothers, The
Blue Ridge Quartet, The
Boots Randolph (instr.)
Breeze Of Gospel
Brentwood Jazz Quartet (instr.)
Brian Trainor (vcl. Jon Lucien)
Bryen Willems
Candi Sraton
Carlos Cannon
Chaka Khan, 2005
Charley Pride
Charlie Daniels
Charlie Louvin
Chet Atkins (instr.), 1962
Chris Barber & Zenith Hot Stompers (live)
Chrystalaires, The
Clara Ward, 1996
Cliff Richard
Cliff Waldron, Rebel, 1976
Colin Linden (instr.)
'Country' Johnny Mathis, Stampede, 1965
Crabb Family, The
Craig Duncan & Smoky Mountain Hymns (instr.)
Cross Jordan Singers, The
Darius McCrary
David Slater & The Harding University Concert Choir
Davis Sisters, The
Deborah Manning (live)
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr.)
Doc Watson
Doc Watson (live, Walker Center, North Wilksboro, NC - March 7, 1998)
Doc Watson (live, Stevens Center, Winston-Salem, NC - October 28, 2001)
Doc Watson, Richard Watson & Jack Lawrence (live, Cherokee Bluegrass Festival, Cherokee, NC - June 20, 1998)
Doc Watson, Richard Watson & Jack Lawrence (live, Suwannee Springfest (early show), Live Oak, FL - March 25, 2000)
Doc Watson, Richard Watson & Jack Lawrence (live, Suwannee Spring Fest, Live Oak, FL - March 24, 2002)
Donna Marie
Doris Troy
Doug Oldham
Eddy Arnold
Elvis Presley, 1957
Emory Johnson, Decca, 1938
Engelbert Humperdinck, 2003
Ernie Smith
Etta James, 2005
Faith Hill, 2005
Felady & Friends
Five Soul Stirrers of Houston
Floyd Cramer (instr. medley: Take My Hand, Precious Lord/Softly And Tenderly + 3 songs)
Garland Shuping & The Cross Crowd
George Lewis Ragtime Jazz Band
Gladys Knight, 1998
Gold City
Golden Gate Quartet, The
Guy & Ralna
Hank Crawford (instr.)
Harlem Ramblers (instr.)
Hylo Brown
Ike & Tina Turner, 1974
Inspirations
J. D. Sumner & The Stamps
J. T. Adams
Jack Greene
Jack Laws
Jack Scott, Top Rank
Janie Fricke
Jeff Easter & Sherman Andrus
Jim Hendricks (instr.)
Jim Nabors
Jim Reeves, 1962
Jim Robinson (instr.)
Jim Robinson (alternate with female vcl.)
Jimmy Dean, 1957
Jimmy Swaggart & Roy Chacon
Jimmy Wakely
Joe Mannino
Joe Paul Nichols
John Conlee
Katiah
Kelly Price
Kingsmen
Krissa Somero
Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Lawrence Welk, 1978
Link Wray
"Little" Jimmie Dickens, Columbia, 1952
"Little" Jimmie Dickens, 1956
Little Richard, 1964
Lonnie Donegan & Chris Barber
Lonnie Donegan, 1993
Lucky Peterson (instr.)
Lynda Randle
M. J. Nelson
Maddox Bros. & Rose
Maddox Bros. & Rose (live on radio, 1953)
Mahalia Jackson, 1956
Marg Osburne
Marion Williams, 1973
Marit Carlsen
Marshall Family, The, Rebel REB 1580-81, 1978
Mavis Staples & Lucky Peterson
Mel Tillis
Merle Haggard (medley: Take My Hand, Precious Lord + 1 song), 1972
Merle Haggard, 2001
Mike Farris
Mississippi Mass Choir
Nicholis Louw
Nina Simone (remix)
Nina Simone, 1968 (live)
Oak Ridge Boys, The, 1959
Pat Boone, 1998
Paul Thompson, Queen City Album 4061-4
Pinetop Perkins & Willie 'Big Eyes' Smith
Preservation Hall Jazz Band, 1976
Randy Travis, 2005
Ray Price
Rayburn Anthony
Raymond McDowell
Red Foley
Remco Van Der Gugten & His Fried Potatoes
René Diekman
Retta & The Smart Fellas
Ricky Van Shelton
Ron Woolsey (instr. medley: Take My Hand, Precious Lord + 1)
Ronnie McDowell
Ronnie Milsap (live)
Rosetta Tharpe, Decca, 1941
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys (RC Cola transcription - mid. 1950's)
Roy Acuff, MGM E 3707, Recorded ca. Jul., 1958
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
Sandi Patti
Selah Jubilee Singers, Decca, 1938
Sister Rosetta Tharpe
Sister Rosetta Tharpe (live at the Hot Club de France)
Solomon Burke
Sons Of Song (live)
Sons Of The San Joaquin
Stephen Ackles
Stewart Varnado (instr.)
Stringbean
Tennessee Ernie Ford, 1960
Thomas A. Dorsy (instr.)
Tony Kerr
Unknown
Unknown (instr. from "Smoky Mountain Hymns")
Veda Brown
Vonda Beerman
Wally Fowler & The Oak Ridge Quartet
Walt Mills
Wooden Nickel Jass Band (live instr.)

TEN LITTLE NUMBERS (Juanita Acuff)
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia, Sep. 24, 1951

TENNESSEE BORDER (Jimmie Work)
Aidan Taaffe
Arne Benoni
Big Chief, The
Bill Haley & Berney Barnard, Cowboy, 1949
Bill Harrell & The Virginians
Blue Cats, The
Bob Atcher & Bonnie Blue Eyes, Columbia, 1948
Boxcar Brian
Bud Hobbs, MGM, 1949
Carl Story & His Rambling Mountaineers, Mercury, 1949
Carl Story, Cattle
Cecil Campbell
Chuck Mead
Crazy Cavan 'n' The Rhythm Rockers
Danny Reno & The Seniors
Dave Travis (as Tex Williams & The Sundowners), Deacon, 1970
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 560, 1952
Doomsday Rockers
Dwight McCall
Ernest Tubb & Red Foley (Tennessee Border #2), Decca
Faron Young (on radio)
Hank Locklin
Homer & Jethro (Tennessee Border #2)
Hubcaps, The
Jerry Dixie
Jimmie Skinner, Radio Artists
Jimmy Buckley
Jimmy Buckley (live)
Jimmy Work - ORIGINAL
Jimmy Work, All, 1959
John Glenn
Johnnie Fox & The Hunters, Spindrift, 2000
Johnny Marks
Lawton Williams
Lucky Daltons, The, Road, 1995
Mess Of Booze
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Porter Wagoner
Ramshackle Daddies (diff. text)
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Red Foley, Decca
Red Foley, Radiozark Transcriptions RFS #27, 1954-55
Red Foley
Rimshots, The, 1993
Rockin' Bandits
Rockin' Daddys
Rodney & The Regulars
Scatterjacks
Skyrocker's, The
Smokey Mountain Boys
Sonny Burgess & Dave Alvin
Southern Blend
Speedy West (instr.)
Steve Farlow
Tennessee Buck & The Three Strings
Tennessee Cats, Thousands, 2007
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Capitol

THANK GOD (Fred Rose)
Bob Dylan (sound check for Chabad TV Telethon, Mountain View, CA)
Charley Pride
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Jason Petty (Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jim Welsh
M. J. Nelson
Marcus
Roy Acuff, Columbia, Nov. 19, 1947

THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Al Shade, Aljean
Harry & Jeanie West
Hylo Brown
Jimmie Davis, Decca
Little Community Church
Milton Estes, Coral
Molly O'Day, Columbia
Morris Brothers, The
Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, RCA
Red Smiley & The Bluegrass Cut-Ups
Ron McMunn & The Country Cousins, Banff/Rodeo RBS. 1062
Smiley Bates
Stewart Family, The
Unknown, Banff RBS. 1147
Wilburn Curtis, BRC 103
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Columbia, 1949
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Hickory
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper (live 1955)

THY BURDENS ARE GREATER THAN MINE (Pee Wee King/Redd Stewart)
Caleb Klauder & Reeb Willms
Charlie Sizemore
Eddie Wilson
Gordons, The
Hank Koopman
Iron Horse, CMH
Jack Norton & The Mullet River Boys
Jimmy Eaves
John Lilly
John Rigsby, Ralph Stanley & Ralph Stanley II
John SaFranko
Lynn Morris
M. J. Nelson
Ma Crow
Patent Pending
Pee Wee King & Wynn Stewart
Porter Wagoner
Redd Stewart & His Kentucky Colonels, King 797, 1949 - ORIGINAL
Ricky Graves
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia 4-20877, Recorded Sep. 24, 1951
Sky Blue Boys, The (banjo Dan & Willy Lindner)
Smiley Bates
Spinney Brothers, The
Stanley Brothers, The, King, 1961
Tim Surrett
Tom Bledsoe & Rich Kirby
Tony Douglas
Traver Hollow
Whitetop Mountaineers, The (2010)

TOO MANY PARTIES AND TOO MANY PALS (Billy Rose/Mort Dixon/Ray Henderson)
Bill Haley & Four Aces Of Western Swing, Cowboy, 1948
Dickey Do & The Don'ts (The Judge)
George Hamilton IV (live), Lamon, 2012
Hollywood Dance Orchestra, Domino
Howard Patterson (instr.)
Hylo Brown, Rural Rhythms
Jack Savage, Decca
Jim Reeves, RCA
Jimmy Little
Pete Cassell, Majestic 6019, Recorded Sep., 1947
Preacher Jack
Red Sovine, Deluxe

TRAMP ON THE STREET, A (Grady Cole/Hazel Cole)
Albion Band, The
Alisa Jones (instr.)
Ann Reynolds
Bailes Brothers, The, radio transcription KWKH
Bernadette
Betsy Rutherford
Betty Jean Robinson & The Nashville Grass
Big Jeff Bess (from radio WLAC, Nashville, TN)
Big Tom & The Mainliners
Bill & Maggie Anderson
Bill Carlisle, King
Bill Carter, Rural Rhythm EP 526
Blue Sky Boys, The
Bucky Halker & Andy Dee
Carl Story & His Rambling Mountaineers, Starday
Cathy & Lloyd Reynolds
Charlie Bailey & The Happy Valley Boys, Old Homestead OHCS 102
Charlie Haden Family feat. Rachel Haden
Cisco Houston
Connie Hopper
"Country" Johnny Mathis, Little Darlin'
Cousin Richie, Rhode Island, 1963
Dave Travis, Saga
Dian & The Greenbriar Boys
Dick Kimmel & Co.
Doris Lidstone, Banff RBS. 1132
Drifter
Drunken Prayer
Dutch Bluegrass Boys, The
Earl Scruggs & Friends (incl. Jeff Hanna)
Eddie Wilson (vcl. Little Willie)
Ernest Monias, Sunshine
Fred & Doreen Pinnock (Reggae Gospel)
Fred Holstein (live)
Gloria Belle
Hank Thompson (radio transcription - ca. 1952)
Happy Valley Boys
Hastings Family, The
Jack Elliot & Derroll Adams
Jackie Cox
James 'JAG' Jagneaux
Jim K (live)
Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mtn. Boys (live at The PA BGF, Gettysburg, PA - Aug. 17, 1974)
Joan Baez
John Kitner (private recording)
King's Gospelaires, KG 9794
Kinky Friedman
Kinky Friedman (live)
Leonard, Sophie & Stewart
Lewis Family
'Little' Jimmy Dickens, Columbia, 1957
Mac Wiseman, 51 West
Maddox Brothers & Rose, 4 Star 1239, Feb., 1948
Marcus
Miller Brothers, The
Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks, Columbia, Dec. 16, 1946
Morris Brothers, The
Nathan Abshire & The Pinegrove Boys (Un tramp sur la rue)
New Tradition, The (1)
New Tradition, The (2)
Nibs Van Der Spuy
Noah & Irene Carver
Noel Cassidy
Norma Jean, RCA
Old & In The Way (Peter Rowan, Jerry Garcia, Vassar Clements, David Grisman & John Kahn) (live 1973)
Pat Boone, MGM
Patti Powell
Pauline Filby, Herald, 1969
Peter, Paul & Mary
Peter Trenholm, PT 126
Ramlin' Jack Elliott (1)
Ramlin' Jack Elliott (2)
Rick Robbins
Rose Maddox, Capitol, 1960
Rose Maddox, Takoma
Rose Maddox (live, The Johnny Cash Show, Houston, TX - Mar. 14, 1961)
Rose Maddox (with Don Reno & The Tennessee Cutups) (live, Bill Grantís Salt Creek Park BGF, Hugo, Oklahoma - Aug. 4, 1978)
Rose Maddox & Vern Williams Band (live - 1992)
Roy Acuff, Golden Country LP-2202, Recorded Feb. 2, 1953
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band, The (Un tramp sur la rue)
Statler Brothers, The (live on TV)
Susan Wheeler
Tanya Rose & Wayne Brandon (live)
Threshing Mill Boys
TwoDog Flatts
Verena & The Kilgarry Mountain Singers
Vernon Oxford
Whitey & Hogan and The Farmhands, DeLuxe 5038
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Rich-R-Tone, 1948
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper (New River Ranch, Rising Sun, MD - Sep. 18, 1955)
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Hickory, 1956
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper (Country Music Time)
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper (radio 1957-58), Radio Gems, 1984