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

WHEN GOD DIPS HIS LOVE IN MY HEART (Cleavant Derricks)
Betty Jean Robinson
Bill & Gloria Gaither (live)
Bobby Bare
Connie Smith
Cox Family (with Alison Krauss)
Daniel Sisters & Otis McCoy, Columbia, 1949
Delmore Brothers (live, XERB Transcriptions)
Dewey Williams & The Faith Quartet
Eddy Harrison
Elvis Presley, RCA
Hank Thompson (radio transcription - ca. 1952)
Happy Band
Hee Haw Gospel Quartet
James & Martha Carson, Capitol, 1949
Jean Shepard
Jessica Stiles
Jetts Creek
Jim Reeves & Cal Maddox, Dean Manuel, Gordon Stoker, Jimmy Day, Kenny Hill, Leo Jackson, Rose Maddox, Tommy Hill (live at the Opry)
Jimmy Davis
Johnny Duncan
Mac Wiseman
Mac Wiseman (later recording)
Maddox Brothers & Rose, 4 Star 1301, December, 1948
Maddox Brothers & Rose (live on radio 1953)
Michael Lindgren & Birgitta Adamson (of The Long Gone Smiles Band) (live 2007 - private recording)
Million Dollar Quartet, The (Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley & Jerry Lee Lewis), Sun
Paul Wheather
Peasall Sisters, The
Quartette
Red Foley
Rex Allen
Rose Maddox, Capitol
Rose Maddox & Vern Williams, Arhoolie
Salem Ridge Quartet
Searchers, The & Rosie Rozell
South Carolina Broadcasters, The
Statesmen Quartet
Stephen Hill Singers (live)
Stephen Hill Singers & Wes Hampton (live)
Tennessee Ernie Ford
Walt Mills
Webb Pierce & Anita Kerr Singers

WHEN THE FIRE COMES DOWN FROM HEAVEN (M. Estes/J. W. Fowler/T. Harrell/P. Kinsey) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)

WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN (Traditional) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Alan Ladd
Andy Griffith
Arlie Duff
Barton Brothers
Beatles, The (feat. Tony Sheridan)
Ben Rudnick & Friends (live, Lexington)
Big Al Downing
Bill & Gloria Gaither (live)
Bill Haley (live)
Bill Harrell & The Virginians, Rebel, 1980
Billy Ward & The Dominoes
Blue Ridge Partners, The (instr.)
Blue Ridge Quartet
Bobby Lee Trammell
Boomerangs, The (instr. medley: When The Saints Go Marching In + 4 non Hank)
Boots Randolph (instr.)
Brogue
Bruce Springsteen & The Seeger Session Band (live 2006)
Cathedrals Quartet, The (medley: 1 + When The Saints Go Marching In)
Charlie Moore
Claude Gray
Country Gospel Aires, The, Rite 3059
David Houston
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr. medley: When The Saints Go Marching In + 2 none Hank songs)
Don Reno & Bill Harrell
Earl Scruggs (live)
Elvis Presley (home recording)
Elvis Presley (medley: When The Saints Go Marching In + 1 song)
Eric Rogers y Banda Festival Londres (instr.)
Famous Castle Jazz Band, The
Fats Domino (1)
Fats Domino (2)
Fats Domino (live)
Fiddlin' John Carson & Moonshine Kate, 1930-34
First National Bluegrass (instr.)
Glenrays
Hank Locklin & Hank Adams
Jack Scott, Top Rank
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1957 (undubbed LP master)
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun SLP-1230, 1957 (overdubbed LP master)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Saturday Club BBC Radio (Show 1), UK - Mar. 28, 1964
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Newport, Kentucky - Oct. 26, 1974)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live , Place unknown (1), US - Date unknow, 1974)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Place unknown (1), US - Date unknown, 1974: When The Saints Go Marching In (slow)/The Old Country Church + 1 song)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Wheeling, West Virginia - Jul. 12, 1975: When The Saints Go Marching In + 1 song)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Sacramento (Show 1), CA - Aug., 1976)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Sacramento (Show 5), CA - Aug., 1976)
Jo-El Sonnier (instr.)
Joe Maphis (instr.), Starday
Joe Paul Nichols
Johnny Cash (live)
Kenny Parchman
King's Countrymen (instr.), Dutchland DLS-109
King's Gospelaires, KG 9794
Larry Richardson (instr.), Rite 33247-8
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers (instr.)
Lester Lanin & His Orchestra (medley: 2 + When The Saints Go Marching In)
Lester Lanin & His Orchestra (live)
Lewis Family, The
Lightnin' Hopkins
Lilly Brothers, The & Don Stover (1st version)
Lilly Brothers, The & Don Stover (2nd version)
Lilly Brothers, The & Don Stover (3rd version)
Linda Gail Lewis (live)
Lino Patruno
Lou Clauson
Louis Armstrong
Louis Armstrong (live 1)
Louis Armstrong (live 2)
Louis Prima
Madeline Bell & The Swingmates
Mahalia Jackson
Matthew Songmaker feat. The Mountain Messengers (instr.)
Mel McDaniel
Mickey Gilley
Mike Stevens (instr.)
Mississippi Fred McDowell
Mitch Miller & The Gang
Monroe Brothers
Narvel Felts
Norma Jean
Old Time Jubilee Singers
Paramount Jubilee Singers & Taskiana Four (Take 1)
Paramount Jubilee Singers & Taskiana Four (Take 2)
Paul Eakins' Gavioli Carousel Band Organ (instr.)
Piet Bester (instr.)
Plainsmen
Prisonaires, The, 1961
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys (live)
Ray Anderson, Kentucky 568
Roger McGuinn
Ron Mesing
Ryan Mountain Boys
Sidney Bechet (instr.)
Takeshi Terauchi & His Blue Jeans (instr.)
Walter Hensley (instr.), 1969
Wanda Jackson
Weavers, The (1st version), 1949-53
Weavers, The (2nd version), Decca, 1951
Wheat Street Female Quartet

WHERE HE LEADS ME, I WILL FOLLOW (Ernest W. Blady/John Norris) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Arizona Dranes, 1926-29
Betty Johnson, Columbia, 1952
Bill Anderson
Brother Don (private recording)
Burl Ives
Dave Rich
Don Reno & Benny Martin, Cabin Creek 204, 1967
Freddie Hart (live)
Jerry Lee Lewis
John Charles Thomas with The King's Men Quartet
Newell Oler (instr.)
Ray Price

WHERE THE OLD RED RIVER FLOWS (Jimmie Davis) (Hank performed this one on Mother's Best Flour transcriptions)
Charlie Moore & The Dixie Partners
Clyde Moody, King 671, Dec., 1947
Clyde Moody, Starday
Clyde Moody, Old Homestead
Crowe Brothers, The
David Church (live Nashville, TN - 2008)
David Grisman, John Hartford & Mike Seeger (live, Rockygrass, Lyons, CO - Jul. 30, 2000)
Dick Curless
George McCormick (live)
Hank Williams III (1 - live at Lonely Ace, unknown - Nov. 30, 1998)
Hank Williams III (2 - live at 123 Pleasant St., Morgantown, WV - Sep. 24, 1999)
Jimmie Davis
Jimmie Logsdon
Joe Val & The New England Bluegrass Boys
John Hartford
Johnny Cash (ABC TV Show)
Kevin King
Kevin King (live)
King Wilkie (live, Telluride BGF, Telluride, CO - Jun. 17, 2005)
Leslie Keith, Briar, 1974
Pete Cassell, Majestic 6006, Recorded Feb., 1947
Pine Ridge Boys
Red Sovine (live)
Retrograss (live, Rockygrass, Lyons, CO - Jul. 30, 2000)
Skip Gorman
Spinney Brothers
Tall Timber, Voyager VRLP 332-S
Wally McQuaker
Whitstein Brothers, The
Wright Kids, The

WHERE THE SOUL OF MAN NEVER DIES (Wayne Raney o.b.o. William M. Golden)
Abrams Brothers, The
Alabama Country Boys, The (live)
Alex Campbell, Olabelle & The New River Boys
Alisa Jones (instr.)
Andy Roberts
Anthony Burger
Benny Berry
Betty Jean Robinson (medley: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies + 1 non HW song)
Bill & Gloria Gaither (live)
Bill Jones & The Bluegrass Travelers (1974)
Blue Canyon Boys, The
Blue Grass Gospel Singers, The
Blue Sky Boys, The, Bluebird B-6457, Jun. 16, 1936
Bluegrass Stagecoach Band
Bonnie Bramlett & Delaney Bramlett (live)
Bonnie Owens, Capitol, 1970
Charlie Bailey & The Happy Valley Boys, Old Homestead OHCS 102
Charlie Moore (1)
Charlie Moore (2)
Charlotte Park Rangers
Chesapeake & Tony Rice
Chris Boutwell & Ginger (live Oct. 25, 2008 - private recording)
Chuck Wagon Gang
Clay County
Cluster Pluckers
Cody Shuler & Pine Mountain Railroad
Country Ham
Country Sound, 1976
Crawford Bell
Crazy Buffalo
Delia Bell & Bill Grant and The Kiamichi Mtn Boys
Derrick Mehaffey
Doc Watson & The Nashville Bluegrass Band
Doc Watson (live, Walker Center, North Wilksboro, NC - March 7, 1998)
Doc Watson, Richard Watson & Jack Lawrence (live, Suwannee Spring Fest, Live Oak, FL - March 24, 2002)
Don Rigsby & Josh Willams (live)
Dry Branch Fire Squad
Emmylou Harris & Ricky Skaggs (live)
Fiction Brothers, 1979
Five O'Clock Band, The
Frank Necessary & The Stone Mountain Boys
George Jones
Hank Williams, Sr., Audrey Williams, Hank Williams III & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), Curb, 1996
High Country
Homeland Quartet
Hylo Brown
Iris Dement (live)
Isaacs, The (live)
Isaacs, The (live medley at Hominy Valley: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies + 1 non HW song)
J. D. Jarvis & The Rocky Mountain Boys, Rural Rhythm RRJD 210, 1968
J. D. Jarvis & Rusty York, Rural Rhythm RRJD 195, 1968
J. T. Gray
Jeff Davis, Jerome Epstein, David Jones & Jeff Warner
Jessi Alexander & Jon Randall
Jim & Jesse McReynolds
Jim Hendricks (instr.)
Joe Cephius
Johnnie & Jack with Kitty Wells (live)
Johnny & Gerald And The Georgia Mountain Boys, Atteiram1542, 1972
Johnny Cash
Jordan Layne Bourland (instr.)
Ken Orrick & his Uncle J. T. Young
Kendalls, The
Kentucky Gentlemen, The
Kitty Wells Family (featuring Johnnie Wright)
Larry Stephenson
Leona Williams
Lil' Dave Thompson
"Little" Jimmy Dickens
Lower Lights, The
Luther Dickinson & The Sons of Mudboy
Marcus
Mary Rocap
Mill Run Bluegrass Band
Morris Brothers
Mountain Top Express
Neal Croudace
Northcoast Bluegrass
Nothin' Fancy
Oak Ridge Boys, The
Oak Ridge Boys, The (live)
Oriskany Strings, The
Peter Trenholm, PT 126
Peter Trenholm (live)
Pine Hill Haints, The
Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet, RCA
Renfro Family, Kentucky 600
Revels, The
Ricky Skaggs & Tony Rice
Roy Acuff, MGM E 3707, Recorded ca. Jul., 1958
Russell Cook (instr. medley: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies/Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2)
Rusty York
Sharon Graeff & Heritage
Singing Americans
Spirits Of Bluegrass, The, Major LRLP 3000, 1978
Stanley Brothers, The, Rimrock RLP-153, ca. 1964
Stanley Brothers, Cabin Creek Lp-203, Jun. 5, 1965
Stony Point Quartet
Sunny Side
Sweet William
Tom Jones, Newell Angel & The Grass-cutters
Tracy & Eloise Schwarz, Folk Variety FV 12007, 1973
Tracy Chapman & Natalie Merchant
Uncle Earl
Unknown (instr.), Landmark, 2004
Vernon Oxford
Wade Mainer, Old Homestead OHS 90123, 1980
Wayne Raney & The Raney Family, Starday
Wes & Evangeline Homner
Willie Nelson
Willie & Bobbie Nelson
Witcher Brothers, The
Wry Straw

WILD SIDE OF LIFE, The (Arlie A. Carter/William Warren)
Alec Beckett
Alvin Breeden & The Virginia Cutups
Angus Walker (instr.), Banff RBS. 1136
Bad Bob Rohan (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Barbara Ray
Bayou Boys
Belton Richard
Berni Flint (medley: The Wild Side Of Life + 4 songs)
Bethel, Muskgrave, Brumley, & Blevins (instr.)
Big Jim
Bill Anderson
Bill Haley, 1960
Bjarne Lundqvist
Black Knights
Blue Valley Boys, The
Blueberry Hill & Sheila G. White (medley: The Wild Side Of Life + 4 songs)
Bob Burgos
Bob Siman, Rasco RAS-03542
Bobby Hankins & Andy Doll Band
Bobby J. Middleton
Bonded Stock
Bonnie Tyler
Boutilier Brothers, The, Banff RBS. 1150
Brendon Ham
Brogue
Bruce Greaves
Buck Norris (of the BCB Band - live, private recording)
Buck, Billo & Maxi (of the BCB Band - live, private recording)
Buddy Cagle
Bugs Henderson (live at Poor David's Pub)
Burl Ives & Grady Martin
Cajun Kickers
Carl & The Rhythm All Stars (live - 2010)
Charley Groth
Charlie Feathers
Charlie Feathers, Feathers, Recorded Feb./Mar., 1979
Charlie Nagatani & Emmylou Harris
Charlie Sizemore, Acoustic Revival AR 33011, 1985
Charlie Walker
Clive Bruce
Col Edmonds
Conway Twitty
Country Cattin'
Country Gentlemen, The
Dads Old Fiddle (private recording)
Danny Ray (private recording)
David Frizzell & Shelly West (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Dean Armstrong
Demon Dylan (private recording)
Dewey Rothering
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr. medley: The Wild Side Of Life + 1 none Hank song)
Don Helms (instr.), Smash MGS-27019/SRS-67019, 1962
Duffey, Waller, Adcock, & Gray
Ed Gary
Ernest Tubb
Ernie Ashworth
Flying Burrito Brothers, The (live in Amsterdam, NL - 1972), Ariola
Foster & Allen
Frank Arnett (instr.)
Frank Wakefield & unknown female (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Freddy Fender (Text in English)
Freddy Fender (Text in English & Spanish)
Freddy Fender (live) (Text in English & Spanish)
Garth Bourne
Gary Holton & Casino Steel
Gary Perkins (medley: The Wild Side Of Life + 2 songs)
Gene Rockwell (with Joanna) (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Geronimo Trevino III
Hank C. Burnette (instr.)
Hank Cochran
Hank Locklin
Hank Thompson & The Brazos Valley Boys, Capitol, 1951 (1st version)
Hank Thompson & The Brazos Valley Boys (2nd version)
Hank Thompson & The Brazos Valley Boys (3rd version)
Hank Thompson, Kitty Wells & Tanya Tucker, 1997 (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Harmonica Slim & Hosea Leavy
Harvey Maslow
Holy Mackerel (live)
Houston Wells
Ian Senior
Ike Thurn & Andy Doll & Band
Ivor James
J. R. Williams
Jan Vardøen
Jason Richison, Dewayne Boman & Shana Lynette Stone
Jeanne Pruett
Jerry Hatton, Banff RBS. 1187
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1960
Jerry Lee Lewis, Mercury
NOTE: ALL THE FOLLOWING J.L.L. LIVE VERSIONS HAVE BEEN RELEASED LEGAL OR ON BOOTLEGS:
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Stockholm, SE - Feb. 22, 1977)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Strasbourg, FR - Mar. 1, 1977)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Vienna (Show 2), AT - Mar. 6, 1977)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Chase Park Playa, St. Louis, MO, USA - Jan. 1, 1980)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Place unknown, US - Date unknown, 1980)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Liseberghallen, Gothenburg, SE - Mar. 9, 2007)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, No info)
Jesse James & His Gang
Jim Dean Band
Jimmie Tokita (live), King KICW 8781, 1976
Jimmy Day (instr.)
Jimmy Heap
Jimmy Heap & His Melody Masters (with Perky Williams vcl./fiddle), Imperial, 1951 - ORIGINAL
Jimmy Heap & His Melody Masters, Cattle CCD-328 (as above, but with overdubbed instr.)
Jimmy Heap & His Melody Masters, Fame 510, 1961
Joe Murray (live)
John Marjon & The Beavers, 1964
Johnny Duncan (live at The Nashville Room, London, UK), Decca, 1973
Johnny Duncan & June Sterns
Jordan Carter
Josh MacRae
Kenny Arledge
Kenny Arledge (live)
Lasse Stefanz
Lawrence Sam (live - private recording)
LemmonFlower (private recording)
Leon Payne
Leon Russell & Willie Nelson
London Band
Los Hermanos Farias (Text in English)
Los Truenos De Tejas (Text in Spanish & English)
Lost And Found (medley: Wild Side Of Life/Take These Chains From My Heart/They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/Don't Be Angry/Wedding Bells/Wild Side Of Life)
M.P.D. Limited
Mac Wiseman
Malou (private recording)
Mary Jo Leet, Go Go Records AOK 001, 1989
Matz Bladhs (Älska, glömma och förlåta) (Text in Swedish)
Maury Finney (instr.)
Merle Haggard
Micke Muster
Mickey Gilley (1st version)
Mickey Gilley (2nd version)
Miller Brothers, The, Old Homestead OHS 90039, 1974
Moe Bandy (1st version)
Moe Bandy (2nd version)
Nashville Session Singers
Paul Green
Pete Drake (instr.)
Phil Baugh (instr.)
Pinchitos Caliente
Pine Leaf Boys
Pirates Of The Mississippi, Liberty, 1993
Quomania
Ranch House Favorites
Randy Rich & The Poor Boys
Ray Brown
Ray Campi
Ray Kernaghan
Ray Price
Ray Sanders
Rayburn Anthony & Kitty Wells (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Rebel Ted Rock
Remo Four
Rhythm Playboys (vcl. Dewey Rothering), Summit 117
Richard & Linda Thompson
Robert 'Bilbo' Walker
Rod Stewart (1)
Rod Stewart (2)
Ronnie Jay Wheeler
Sandy Nelson (instr.)
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Sean Wilson (medley: Wedding Bells/The Wild Side Of Life/Someday You'll Call My Name + 2 songs)
Shamrock & Thistle (medley: The Wild Side Of Life/You Win Again + 2 songs)
Shirley Raye & Bill Murphree
Singing Kettles
Smoky Dawson & Jean Stafford (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Stanley Brothers, The
Status Quo (demo)
Status Quo
Steve Alaimo
Suede & BlueRoy (live)
Surf Rats, The
Susan McCann
Susan McCann (medley: The Wild Side Of Life/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart + 6 songs)
Terry Mechan
Tommy Quickly & The Remo Four
Tommy Scott
Tommy Scott (medley 1: The Wild Side Of Life + 3 songs)
Tommy Scott (medley 2: The Wild Side Of Life + 4 songs)
Tommy Tucker, Hi
Tompall Glaser
Tonix
True Brother, The
Two's Company (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Victor Gregg
Vin Bruce
Wanda Jackson (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Warner Mack, Kapp
Waylon Jennings & Jessi Colter (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels)
Waylon Jennings & Jessi Colter (The Wild Side Of Life + It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels) (live)
Wilburn Brothers, The
Wild Oats
Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson & Leon Russell
Willis Brothers, The
Wynn Stewart
Wynn Stewart & Jonny Paycheck

Answer song to "The Wild Side Of Life":
IT WASN'T GOD WHO MADE HONKY TONK ANGELS
Al Montgomery, Feature - ORIGINAL
Camille & Stuie
Cerrito & Sally Ann (Text in English & Spanish)
Charlie
Col Edmonds
Corpus Christi & Sam Crawford
Countdown Singers
Davis Sisters (1st version), 1952-53
Davis Sisters (2nd version)
Debbie Belle (1)
Debbie Belle (2)
Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton, Kitty Wells, Loretta Lynn & Tammy Wynette
Donna Darlene
Dottie Jack
Eileen Harding
Elin Swenson Combo (live - 2010)
Ellen McIlwayne
Elmer Creel
Great American String Band, The
Heidi Hauge
HillBilly Soul
Hit Crew, The
Jean Grey
June Pasher, Arc A 518, 1961
Kayla Patrick (private recording)
Kitty Kallen
Kitty Wells, 1952 (1st version)
Kitty Wells (2nd version)
Kitty Wells (live on Louisiana Hayride)
Kitty Wells (live)
Kitty Wells, Johnnie & Jack
Laura Cantrell
Leon Payne
Little Porkchop
Logan Wells
Lovett Sisters, The
Lynette Morgan & Her Tennessee Rhythm Riders
Lynn Anderson
Mandy Barnett & Tere Myers (live)
Marie Norway
Mary Kelly
Molly Ivins with Jimmy LaFave, Jerry Jeff Walker & Friends
Myra Pearce
Norma Jean
Patsy Cline (radio transcription)
Patti McKinnon
Rita Engedalen
Rosalie Allen
Rose Lee Maphis
Shannon Marie Anderson
Skeeter Davis
Sunny Sweeney (live)
Virgie Warren (live at TMA Awards - 1998 - private recording by Cactus Moon)
Wanda Jackson (live in Sundsvall, Sweden - Sep. 29, 1984)
Wanda Jackson (live medley: It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels + 3 songs)
Wanita
Wrockers, The

WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN (Ada R. Habershon/Charles H. Gabriel) (Hank did not record this original, but A. P. Carter's reworked version)
Carter Family, The, unissued, Jun. 17, 1933
Fossils
Gate City Singers, The, Apollo 302, 1955
Rev. M. L. Gipson, 1927
Silver Leaf Quartet Of Norfolk, The, Okeh 8777, 1930
Swan Silvertone Singers, The, King 4143, 1946
Unknown tenor solo, Harmony 5053-H

WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN (A. P. Carter) (Acetate discs cut at William Griffin’s Radio & Shoe Shop, 704, Highland Street, Montgomery, Alabama in 1942 or earlier)
Note that Carter's original title was "CAN THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN (BY AND BY)" - most cover versions of the song use the alternate title "Will The Circle be Unbroken"
Adam Brand
Adam 'Swannee' Swann
Adriana Mullard
Agnes Chan
Alabama
Alastair McDonald
Alexis Korner (live)
Alfred 'Snuff' Johnson & Kim Wilson (1)
Alfred 'Snuff' Johnson & Kim Wilson (2)
Allison Durham Speer
Allman Brothers, The
Allman Brothers & Jerry Garcia (live)
Allman Brothers Band, The (live)
Alvin Breeden & The Virginia Cutups
An & Jan (Breng De Doden Weer Tot Leven) (Text in Dutch)
Anderson Family, The
Andrew Swann
Andrews & Lawrence
Andy Baylor
Andy Griffith (medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Andy Labarge
Arizona Smoke Revue (1)
Arizona Smoke Revue (2)
Arizona Smoke Revue (instr.)
Arlo Guthrie (live, Philadelphia Folk Festival)
Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger
Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger (live)
Asleep At The Wheel (live)
Avett Brothers, The (live at The Double Door Inn)
B. J. Thomas
Babe Stovall
Bad Livers (medley: I Saw the Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away)
Band, The
Barfota Jazzmen
Barton Brothers, The
Betty Jean Robinson
Big Smith (live)
Bill & Gloria Gaither (live)
Bill & Gloria Gaither (with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band) (live)
Bill Anderson
Bill Dicey & The Fabulous Holmes Brothers (live)
Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys
Billy Dee (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I Saw The Light)
Billy Whelan, Banff RBS. 1154
Black Crowes, The
Black Diamond Bluegrass Band (live)
Blind James Campbell
Blue Border Boys
Blue Ridge Partners, The
Blue Ridge Quartet, The
Blue Sky Boys
Blueberry Hill & Sheila G. White
Bluegrass Album Band (live at Birchmere Theatre)
Bluegrass Bonanza
Bluegrass Gospel (1)
Bluegrass Gospel (2)
Bluegrass Little Bits, The
Bluegrass Meditations, The
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan & Neil Young (live, San Francisco - 1975)
Bob Fuller
Bob Manning (live)
Bobbe Seymour (instr.)
Bobby All (instr.)
Bobby Lalonde Band (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Bobby Whitlock (live)
Boots Randolph (instr.)
Boots Randolph (instr, medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Boxcar Willie
Brendan Dugan
Brown's Ferry Four
Bryan White (medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away + 1 song)
Burl Ives
Butler Brothers, The
Carl & Don and The Skyline Pals, Skyline DD 104, 1973
Carolina Sonshine (live)
Carroll Baker
Carter Family, The (Can The Circle Be Unbroken (Bye And Bye)), unissued, May 6, 1935
Carter Family, The (Can The Circle Be Unbroken (Bye And Bye)), Banner 33465, May 6, 1935 - ORIGINAL
Carter Family, The (Can The Circle Be Unbroken (Bye And Bye)), Radio Transcription XERA, 1939
Carter Family, The (4)
Carter Family, The (5)
Carter Family, The (live)
Cats & The Fiddler
Charley Pride (medley: I'll Fly Away/The Church In The Wildwood/I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I'll Fly Away (reprise))
Charley Pride (live in Canada - Jun., 2005 - part of medley)
Charlie Daniels Band (live)
Charlie Daniels Band (live, The Saratoga Concert)
Charlie McCoy (instr.)
Charlie Moore & Bill Napier (instr.)
Charlie Rich
Chet Atkins (instr.)
Chieftains, The
Chieftains, The (feat. Ricky Skaggs, Emmylou Harris & Chet Atkins) (medley finale: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Christian Karaoke (instr.)
Christian Troubadours, The, Scripture 117, 1965
Chuck Wagon Gang
Cisco Herzhaft (Can The Circle Be Unbroken (Bye And Bye))
Coastline Band
Countdown Country Kids
Country Dance Kings
Country Gentlemen, The
Country Gentlemen, The (live, unknown venue & location - Mar. 30, 1963)
Country Joe McDonald (live - 1976)
Cripple Creek Band
Crook Brothers
Curly Ray Cline (instr.)
Curtis Blackwell & The Dixie Bluegrass Boys
Curtis Magee (medley: I'll Fly Away/I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken)
Daniel Boner (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken/I Saw The Light)
Daniel O'Donnell & Mary Duff (live)
Dark Hollow Bluegrass Band
Darrell Scott (medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Dave Hughes
Dave Moody
David Dover
David Houston
Davis & Devitt (live)
Del McCoury, Marty Raybon, Marty Stuart & Friends, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (live)
Delaney & Bonnie
Delta Blues Band
Dixie Echoes, The
Dixie Melody Boys
Doc Watson (live)
Doc Watson & Clarence Ashley (live)
Dr. John (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Driscolls (instr.)
Dubliners, The
Earl Thomas
Eddie Matthews & Larry Maz
Eddie Starr
Eddy Arnold
Eddy Harrison
Eero Raittinen & Jarkka Rissanen
Eunice Payne
Evan Platschinda
Exit 9
Fabrizio Poggi & Chicken Mambo (feat. Ponty Bone)
Farmer Dan (medley: I'll Fly Away/I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken)
Felice Brothers, The
Fescue
First National Bluegrass
Flatt Creek Bluegrass & Gospel
Flying Burrito Bros. (live)
Flying W Wranglers
Frantic Flintstones
Gaithers, The & Homecoming Friends (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Garry Smith (instr.)
Gene Clark & Carla Olson (live)
Gene Harris
Gene Vincent
Gene Watson
George Hamilton IV (live medley: I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken), Lamon, 2012
George Jones
George Pegram & Walter Red Parham
George Shuffler (instr.)
George Shuffler & Laura Boosinger
Ger Long
Gerry Reeves (instr.)
Girard Family's Band
Gone Fishin' Band, The
Gospel-Bluegrass (instr.)
Gospel Moods (instr. medley: I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken)
Gourds, The (live)
Greg & Teresa Watson
Gregg Allman (solo demo)
Gregg Allman
Gunbarrell Highway Men, The (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Hank Sasaki
Hans Theessink (live)
Hans Theessink & Blue Groove (live)
Hayseed Dixie (live)
Holmes Brothers, The (live)
Homer Robinson
Hoppers
Howard Crockett
Hoyt Axton (live)
Hubert Davis & The Season Travelers
J. D. Crowe & The New South (live, Randy Wood's Old Time Pickin' Parlour, Nashville, TN - Jul. 15, 1976)
Jah Wobble
James King (live)
James O'Rafferty & Carroll Williams (instr. medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Jean Stafford
Jeff Beck
Jeff Buckley (live)
Jerry Jeff Walker (live)
Jerry Jeff Walker (live at Antone's - 1983)
Jerry Jeff Walker (live at Antone's - refrain - 1983)
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1959
NOTE: ALL THE FOLLOWING J.L.L. LIVE VERSIONS HAVE BEEN RELEASED LEGAL OR ON BOOTLEGS:
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Newport, KY, USA - Oct. 26, 1974)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Sacramento (Show 1), CA, USA - Aug., 1976)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Las Vegas, NV, USA - Jun., 1977: The Old Country Church/Will The Circle Be Unbroken)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Jamboree In The Hills (Show 1), Wheeling, WV, USA - Sep. 17, 1977: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Stockholm, SE - Nov. 16, 1978)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Copenhagen, DK - Nov. 17, 1978: Will The Circle Be Unbroken/Pictures From Life's Other Side)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Palomino Club (Show 2), Hollywood, CA, USA - Jun. 18, 1979)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, San Francisco (Show 2), CA, USA - Jun. 22, 1979)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Ahoy Sports Palais, Rotterdam, NL - Apr. 19, 1981)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Sporthalle Boblingen, Stuttgart, DE - Apr. 23, 1981)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, The Vapors Club, Memphis, TN, USA - Sep. 29, 1990)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Kullås-parken, Sarpsborg, NO - Aug. 25, 1993)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live medley, Sports Arena, Goldston, NC, USA - Feb. 24, 1996: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Jerry Lee Lewis (with Mack Vickery) (live, 66th Birthday Show Holiday Inn, Memphis, TN, USA - Sep. 29, 2001)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, 66th Birthday Show Holiday Inn, Memphis, TN, USA - Sep. 29, 2001)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, No info)
Jerry Lee Lewis (with Mavis Staples, Robbie Robertson & Nils Lofgren)
Jerry Sartain
Jim & Bev Lillo
Jim & Jesse & The Virginia Boys (live, Cherokee BGF, Cherokee, NC - Aug. 27, 1994)
Jim Hendricks (instr.)
Jim Nabors
Jim Rooney (live)
Jimmy Martin (live)
Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mtn. Boys (live, The PA BGF, Gettysburg, PA - Aug. 17, 1974)
Joan Baez
Joanna Field & Billy Forrest
Joe Maphis (instr.)
Joe Paul Nichols
Joe Poovey (live)
Joe Sun
Joel Harrison (with Norah Jones, Uri Caine)
John Fahey (instr.)
John Hughey (instr.)
John Jackson (live, Corning, NY - Aug. 19, 1993)
John Lee Hooker (Vee-Jay)
John Murphy
John Renbourn
John Statz
Johnnie Wright (live)
Johnny & Gerald And The Georgia Mountain Boys, Atteiram1542, 1972
Johnny Cash (with BC Goodpasture Christian School Choir) (medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 1 song)
Johnny Cash & Jerry Lee Lewis (live)
Johnny Cash & The Carter Family
Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins & June Carter (live, Manchester, UK)
Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis & Carl Perkins (live)
Johnny Gray
Jordanaires, The
Julian Fauth
June Carter
June Carter (live in Norrkoping, Sweden - Mar. 11, 1983)
June Carter (live, Wembley, UK - 1986)
June Carter & Johnny Cash (live, Wembley, UK - 1981)
Katja Kaye
Ken Parker
Kenny Rogers
Kim Collingsworth (live)
Kristin Hersh
Larry Sparks
Lee Kernaghan (live)
Lee Marcus
Leon Morris & Associates
Les Brouteurs Cosmiques
Lesley Schatz
Lester Flatt & The Nashville Grass (live)
Lewis Family, The (1)
Lewis Family, The (2)
Lonnie Big Ben Bennett (live)
Loretta Lynn
Louisiana Shakers
Lucky Peterson
Mac Wiseman (live)
Marshall Andy Smalls, Valerie Smith & Jimbo Whaley
Marshall Family, The, Rebel REB 1580-81, 1978
Marshall Tucker Band (live)
Martin Boys, The
Marty Robbins
Mary Duff (live)
Mary Kelly
Mats Rådberg & Elisabeth Andreasson
Mavis Staples
Maybelle Carter (live, unknown venue & location - May 18, 1975)
Memphis Bend (instr.)
Merle Travis
Michelle Wright, Iris Dement & Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh
Micke Muster (live)
Mighty Clouds Of Joy (live)
Mike Cross (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Mike Farris (live)
Mill Run Dulcimer Band
Miller Brothers, The
Million Dollar Quartet, The (vcl. & pno. Jerry Lee Lewis)
Mississippi John Hurt
Moe Bandy
Monroe Brothers, The
Monte Davidson
Mountain Top Express
Natasha (Magee)
Ned Miller
Neville Brothers, The
New Laurel Creek Boys
New Orleans Delight (live)
New Orleans Delight (live, Sorgenfri Kirke, Denmark)
Nicki & The Holy Rollers
Nikki Ard & The Rollers
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (1a - Maybelle Carter, Roy Acuff, Jimmy Martin, Doc Watson)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (1b - Maybelle Carter, Roy Acuff, Jimmy Martin, Doc Watson) - with conversation
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (2a - Johnny Cash, Roy Acuff, Ricky Skaggs)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (2b - Johnny Cash, Roy Acuff, Ricky Skaggs) - with conversation
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (3 - Taj Mahal, Alison Krauss, Doc Watson)
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The (live, Marin County BG Fest, San Rafael, CA)
Nobody's Darlin'
Ocean
Old Village Choir
Olivia Newton-John
Ottar 'Big Hand' Johansen
Paddy O'Brien
Page County Ramblers
PanPipes (instr.)
Paramount Gospel Singers (alt. text)
Pat Boone
Paul Evans
Paul Thorn (live)
Paul Thorn (live at Short Street Package Store)
Pentangle, The (1)
Pentangle, The (2)
Pentangle, The (3)
Peter Vogl (instr.)
Plava Trava Zaborava (live)
R. J. Chesney
Rafter Bats
Ralph Stanley
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Randy Travis
Randy Wood
Rattlesnake Annie
Raymond Fairchild & The Maggie Valley Boys (instr.)
Red White & Blue (Grass)
Red Allen
Red Foley
Robert Bradley (live accapella)
Robert Byrd
Ron Elliot (instr.)
Ronnie Hawkins
Ronnie Hawkins (Album version)
Roscoe Chenier
Rose Lee Maphis
Rose Maddox
Rose Maddox & California (live medley, Berryville BFG, VA - Aug. 7, 1995: I'll Fly Away/I Saw The Light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken)
Roustabouts
Roy Acuff (1)
Roy Acuff (2)
Roy Drusky
Russell Cook (instr. medley: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies/Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2)
Ruth Brown
Ryan Mountain Boys
Sacred Harmony
Saltgrass Band, The
Sammy Rimington (instr.)
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Sarah Elizabeth Burkey & Ron Whitehead
Sarah Holthusen
Sean Wilson (medley: Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/I'll Fly Away/I Saw The light/Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Seldom Scene (live at The Cellar Door)
Seldom Scene (live at unknown Venue, Osaka, Japan - Oct. 28, 1985)
Seldom Scene (live, Booker T. Washington Center - Apr. 24, 1993)
Seldom Scene (live, Wintergrass, Tacoma,WA - Feb. 29, 2004)
Servants of the Cross
Shocking Blue
Sisters Of Glory, The (solo Lois Walden)
Skiffle Track
Sleepy LaBeef (2000 - M.C. MC-0040)
Sleepy LaBeef & The Bopcats (live medley, Finland - Oct. 23, 2010: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 2 songs)
Smoky Mountain Players, The (instr.)
Southern Bluegrass
Southern Tornadoes
Spacemen 3
Spectrum (live, Nichifutsu Kaikan Hall, Tokyo, Japan - Oct. 29, 1981)
Spirit of the West with The Wonder Stuff
Square Deal
Stanley Brothers, The
Staple Singers, The
Statesmen
Statler Brothers, The
Stephen Hill
Steve Farlow
Stewart Family, The
Strange Creek Singers
Studio Artists (instr.)
Tammy Wynette (live medley: Will The Circle Be Unbroken + 3 songs
Terrance Simien
Tim Lovelace (live)
Tim White with Banjo & Friends
Todd Snider (live)
Tom Astor (Wird Der Kreislauf Nie Durchbrochen) (Text in German)
Tom Jones, Newell Angel & The Grass-cutters
Tommy Cash
Tommy Faile
Tompall Glaser
Tony Douglas
Topsy Chapman with Brian Carrick & His New Orleans Heritage Jazz Band (instr.)
Trudi Lalor
Unknown (1 instr.)
Unknown (2)
Vassar Clements (live)
Wanda Jackson
Wanda Vick (instr.)
Weary Boys, The
Wendy Bagwell (live)
Whisky And Dynamite (Lilla Texas) (Text in Swedish)
Willie Nelson
Willie Nelson (live in Amsterdam, NL - Apr. 21, 2008)
Willie Nelson & Family (live)
Willie Nelson & Leon Russell (live)
Willie Williams
Wonder Stuff
Woodie Alan (live)
Youngbloods

WITH TEARS IN MY EYES (Paul Howard)
Bob Wills, Decca
Bobby Mackey
David Church, 2009
Dean & Mark, Hickory
Ernest Tubb, Decca (1st version with false starts)
Ernest Tubb, Decca (2nd version)
Ernest Tubb, Decca (3rd version)
Jesse Paul
Jimmy C. Newman, Dot, 1958
Kazuhiro Inaba, Copper Creek, 2003
Mathis Brothers (aka The Newbeats)
Tex Ritter
Texas Ruby & Curly Fox, Columbia, 1946
Thomas Fraser
Wesley Tuttle, 1945 - ORIGINAL, first on wax