ARTISTS IN BOLD ARE IN MY COLLECTION OF COVER VERSIONS

LAST NIGHT I DREAMED OF HEAVEN (Hank Williams)
Long Gone Smiles Band, The (live 2007 - private recording)
Peter Trenholm, PT 126

(LAST NIGHT) I HEARD YOU CRYING IN YOUR SLEEP (Hank Williams)
Audrey Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (1st version live Mother's Best, 1951)
Audrey Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (2nd version live Mother's Best, 1951)
Barrelhouse
Cal Smith, Kapp
George Jones, Mercury
George Jones, UA
Honeybees, Mercury
Lindsay Butler
Maddox Brothers & Rose, 4-Star 1322, March, 1949
Maddox Brothers & Rose
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Rose Maddox, Capitol
Roy Orbison, MGM, 1970

LET'S TURN BACK THE YEARS (Hank Williams)
Albert Cunningham
Allen Karl
Big Dave
Bill & Lorraine
Bill Sterling
Brian McGee
Cal Smith
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Chuck Prophet
Danny Howell (live, 2012)
Doris Munger (live)
Elaine Shatter (private recording)
Eldred Mesher (private recording)
Ernest Monias, Sunshine, 2003
Ernest Tubb, Decca, 1969
Frank Perez (private recording)
George Jones & Jones Boys (Radio Jamboree 1963), UA, 1963
Ginny Hawker & Tracy Schwarz
Hallur Joensen
Hank Williams III (live at Montgomerey Civic Center, Montgomery, Alabama - Sep. 15, 1995)
Jake Penrod (live, Jan. 1, 2008)
James 'JAG' Jagneaux
Jesse Paul
John Glenn
Johnny Bremner
Ken Nova (private recording) (medley: Wedding Bells/Let's Turn Back The Years)
Lawrence Campion
Lefty Frizzell (1st version)
Lefty Frizzell (2nd version)
Leon Payne
Lucinda Williams & John Prine (medley w/Wedding Bells)
Mary McDonald, 2008
Mike Denver
Mike Denver (live)
Ronnie Diamond
Sean Wilson
Shelby & Linda Stephenson, Oasis, 1997
Sleepy LaBeef, Sun Int. 1004, 1977
Sleepy LaBeef (medley: Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/Let's Turn Back The Years/Hey, Good Lookin' + 2 non Hank songs) (live, Harper's Ferry, MA), Rounder 3072, 1985
Sleepy LaBeef (live), Eagle
Sleepy LaBeef (live Barcelona, Spain), Picap, S.L./The Orchard
Stonewall Jackson, Columbia, 1969
Teddy Hill (live), Teddy TLP 001, 1978
Tommie Tolleson & The Western Playboys
Tony Nuget
Waylon Jennings
Waylon Jennings (live Sugarloaf, Maine - Aug. 2, 1975)
Waylon Jennings (live, Texas - 1975)
Willie Sutherland

LITTLE BOSEPHUS (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) (Hank never recorded this song)
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1973

LITTLE HOUSE WE BUILT (JUST O'ER THE HILL), The (Hank Williams/Don Helms) (Hank never recorded this song)
"Big" Bill Lister, Capitol F1551, 1951 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
"Big" Bill Lister, 1998

LOG TRAIN, The (Hank Williams)
Alabama Country Boys, The (live)
Bill Morris
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Dos Hermanos
George Hamilton IV (live), Lamon, 2012
Girls Guns & Glory
Hobo Bill & Kristin
John Lilly
Kip Overbo
New Country Rehab
Rachel Brooke (private recording)
Ragnar I. Vik, The Orchard, 2000
Smiley Bates
Unknown male singer (private recording)
William Hut

LONG GONE LONESOME BLUES (Hank Williams)
Al Shade, Aljean SAJ 103
Almost Heaven
Bap Kennedy, Lonely Street Discs, 1999
BCB Band (private recording)
Big Balls & The Great White Idiot
'Big' Bill Lister, 1998
Big Floyd, Alshire
Billy Walker, Tall Texan, 2001
Bjøro Håland, Grappa, 1988
Bobby Buford & Keith Rogers, Bri, ca. 1982
Bobby Yates
BR5-49 (live Munich, Germany - 1998)
BR5-49 (live Bloomington, Indiana - 1998)
Brother Howe
Buck, Billo & Maxi (private recording - 2009)
Buck Norris (of the BCB Band - live, private recording)
Champ Hood (live), 1991
Charlie Feathers
Charlie McCoy (instr.), Catbone, 2011
Corpus Christi & Sam Crawford
D. L. Menard, Rounder, 1984
Dan Kidd, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-842, 2005
Danny Estocado
Dark Humor, Dead Puppy, 2005
David Church, 2003
Del Shannon, Amy, 1964
Del Shannon (live at Bottom Line Club, NYC - Feb. 19, 1982)
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 553, 1952
Dennis Brown (private recording)
Dennis Robbins, MCA
Don Williams, Pulse, 1999
Ernie Cox
Floyd Cramer (medley: Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/Why Don't You Love Me/Move It On Over/Long Gone Lonesome Blues), RCA Victor
Frank Ifield, Hickory
G.T.M. Country Band (instr.), Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-853, 2005
George Avak, Cinatone
George Fox
Girls Guns & Glory
Girls Guns & Glory (live, The Lizard Lounge, Cambridge, MA - Jan, 1, 2013)
Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whisky Boys (live)
Grevious Angels, 1998
Gringo
Hank Edwards, Sunjay, 1987
Hank Locklin, RCA, 1964
Hank Sasaki
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1963
Hank Williams, Jr. (1 - Your Cheatin' Heart Soundtrack)
Hank Williams, Jr. (2 - Your Cheatin' Heart acoustic Soundtrack)
Hank Williams, Jr., Curb, 2009
Hank Williams III
Hank Williams III (1 - live at Lynagh's, Lexington, Kentucky - Dec. 4, 1999)
Hank Williams III (2 - live at Roadhouse Ruby's, Olathe, KS - Dec. 8, 1999)
Hank Williams III (3 - live at Rodeo Bar, New York City, NY - Feb. 27, 2000)
Hank Williams III (4 - live at The Galaxy, Santa Ana, CA - Sep. 22, 2000)
Hank Williams III (5 - live at Maintenance Shop, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa - Sep. 28, 2000)
Hank Williams III (6 - live at Shuba's, Chicago, Illinois - Sep. 30, 2000)
Hank Williams III (7 - live at Bogart's, Cincinnati, OH - Oct. 2, 2000)
Hank Williams III (8 - live at Lynagh's, Lexington, Kentucky - Oct. 3, 2000)
Hank Williams III (9 - live at Continental Club, Austin, TX - Oct. 11, 2000)
Hank Williams III (10 - live in Scotland - 2001)
Hank Williams III (11 - live at Eagle's Club, Riverton, IL - Mar. 17, 2002)
Harry Weger, Adair 623
Hollis Champion, Stripe, 1965
Ingrid Lucia, 2004
James Hunnicutt (live)
Jason Petty (1 - Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jason Petty (2 - Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jason Petty, Sony, 2009
Jay Walker (private recording)
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1957
Jett Williams
Jim Owen, Gold 0102
Jim Owen & The Drifting Cowboys
Jimmy Newsome, MGM
Joe Cephius
Joe Matheson, 2007
Joe Pass & Roy Clark (instr.), 1995
Johnny Duncan, Columbia/Lansdowne, 1958
Johnny Miller
Kenny Maines, Caldwell/Maines, 2006
Lacy J. Dalton, BSW, 2010
Larry Sparks, King Bluegrass
Leah Durelle
Leon Redbone
Les Ours
Mack Stevens & The Texas Infidels
Magnolia Mountain
Malcolm Scapa, Naco Goni & Los Jokers
Marty Gold & His Orchestra, RCA Victor LPM-3516, 1966
Marty Robbins, Columbia, Recorded Sep. 9, 1955
Marty Robbins (live)
Mike Bravener, Socan 2012, 2013
Mikko Perkoila, Pyramid, 1987
Miles To Go
Ñaco Goñi, Malcolm Scarpa & Los Jokers
Pee Wee Clark (instr.), Hadley HLP-1297, 1986
Red Molly (live)
Red Star Rangers
Rhythm' Train
Ricky Fitzgerald
Rockabilly Quartet, The
Scott Lee (private recording)
Sean Reefer & The Resin Valley Boys (live at The Continental Club - Apr. 24, 2004)
Shelby & Linda Stephenson, Oasis, 1997
Sheryl Crow, Uptown/Universal, 2001
Sheila Andrews
Simon Gerber
Smokey Mountain Boys
Sydney Devine (medley: Lovesick Blues/Long Gone Lonesome Blues + 2 non Hank songs)
Terry Rice (acoustic version)
Thomas Fraser, DA
Tillman Franks Singers, The, Hilltop JM 6019, 1964
Tom Phillips, Ruby Moon
Tom Vollman (live)
Tor, 2004
Ty West, KL Recording
Unknown (male singer), Alshire
V8 Wankers, Devils Shitburner, 2004
Victor Norwin
Wayne Hancock (live)
Wilburn Brothers, King
Will Handsome
Willie Lewis & The Stablemen
Zelenáci (aka Greenhorns) (Poslední hrana - text in Czech)

LOST HIGHWAY (Leon Payne)
Andy Roberts & The Great Stampede
Bap Kennedy, Lonely Street Discs, 1999
Ben Prestage
Bill Lewis & Emmett Roch (live)
Bill Lewis playing on Leon Payne's guitar (private recording)
Billy Bob Thornton
Bindle Stiffs, The
Blood On The Saddle
Bob Dylan (Savoy Hotel, London, UK - May 1965)
Bon Jovi (live 2007)
Boxcar Willie
Bradley & Thomas (private recording)
Carl Smith, Hickory
Charlie Feathers, Feathers, Recorded Feb./Mar., 1979
Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen, Sugar Hill, 1996
Chrome Daddies, The
Chubby Wise (instr.), Stoneway 1152/STY-169, Recorded Dec. 17, 1977
Clyde 'Barefoot' Chesser & The Texas Village Boys (vcl. Leon Rausch), Central 119, 1956-57
Coal Porters, The (live)
Country Gentlemen, The (live, Falls Church, VA - Sep. 22, 1962)
Dan Britton
Dana Magnuson
Dave Travis
David Allan Coe, 1997
David Bromberg (live 1984)
Day Warren
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 554, 1952
Don Gibson, RCA
Don Wardlow (private recording)
Don Williams, Pulse, 1999
Eero Raittinen, Epic, 1992
Elliott Smith (live)
Elton Britt, ABC
Ernest Tubb, Decca
Farewell Drifters, The (live)
Gary Stewart
Greg Ashley
Greyhound Dogs, Devils Shitburner, 2004
Handsome Family, The
Hank Thompson, Capitol
Hank Thompson & The Brazos Valley Boys (radio broadcast, 1952)
Hank Thompson (live)
Hank Thompson (live at The Golden Nugget)
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1965
Hank Williams, Jr. & Hank Williams, Sr. (dubbed)
Hank's A Lot (Rennestein), demo, 2007
Hard Road
Heinz Rudolf Kunze & Wolfgang Stute
Hellabama Honky-Tonks
Helldorado
High Country
Hummingbirds, The
James Storie, GMC
Jason & The Scorchers (1st version)
Jason & The Scorchers (2nd version)
Jason & The Scorchers (live)
Jason & The Scorchers (live at The Metro, Chicago, IL - Apr. 19, 1985)
Jason & The Scorchers (live, Germany)
Jason Hazelton (live Jun. 20, 2008 - private recording)
Jason Petty (Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jason Petty, Sony, 2009
Jeff Buckley
Jeff Buckley (with intro made by Rins Boschma)
Jerry Lee Lewis & Delaney Bramlett
Jessica Stiles
Jimmy Eaves
Jimmy Martin & The Sunny Mountain Boys, 1966
Joe Matheson, 2007
John Permenter
John Prine & Steve Goodman (live medley: Hey, Good Lookin'/Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/Your Cheatin' Heart/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)/Lost Highway/Cold, Cold Heart/Mind Your Own Business/Settin' The Woods On Fire) (The Philadelphia Folk Festival - Apr. 7, 1973)
Johnny Green's Blues Cowboys
Johnny Horton, Columbia, 1959
Jonny Williams
Josh & Mike (private recording)
Julie & Bernard, Bonanza B-29587, 1975 (Ŕ la tombée de la nuit) (Text in French)
Kazuhiro Inaba (live - solo)
Kenny Maines, Caldwell/Maines, 2006
Kent Gustavson & Micah Schonberg
Kip Overbo
Knut Bell
Kurt Nilsen & Willie Nelson (1st version)
Kurt Nilsen & Willie Nelson (2nd version)
Lee Rocker
Leon Payne, Bullet, 1949 - ORIGINAL
Leon Russell
Lindsay Butler (instr.)
Lorraine Leckie & Her Demons (live)
Luke Gordon, World Artists WACD-105, 2005 (recorded 2005)
Mark Chesnutt
Mary McDonald, 2008
Mekons
Mick Flavin
Midnight Howlers
Mike Bravener, Socan 2012, 2013
Nancy Apple & Rob McNurlin
Ninth House
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, UA, 1971
Ollie Austin
Osborne Brothers, MGM
Osborne Brothers & Red Allen
Outlaws, The (medle: Lost Highway/Half As Much/May You Never Be Alone/I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You/I'm Sorry For You, My Friend/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Owen Temple
Paul Minor
Peter Busher
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Philippe Bourgeois
Pickin' On Series (instr.) (Bill Flores, Jody Eulitz, Brian Mann & David West) *)
Porch Rockers
Ray Kernaghan
Rimshots, The, Big Cigar, 2001
Rockin' Billy & The Wild Coyotes
Rotz (live)
Roy Acuff, Hickory 45-1394, Recorded Dec. 7, 1964
S. E. Willis
Sabah Habas Mustapha
Satan's Cheerleaders
Sci-phonics, The (live at The Fisheries, May 31, 1985)
Scott H. Biram, Hillgrass Bluebilly, 2008
Seth
Skeets McDonald, Capitol, 1958
Sleepy LaBeef, Rounder
Slo-Mo
Snoozelord, Dead Puppy, 2005
Some Guy On A Bike
Spectrum (live)
Stephen Fretwell
Steve Goodman (live)
Sue Thompson, Hickory
Therapy?
Thumbs Carlisle, Gemini
Tim Williams, Ruby Moon
Tom Petty
Tom 'Wildman' Wirtanen
Totta
Townes Van Zandt
Two Men From Earth
U2 (backstage 1987)
U2 as The Dalton Brothers (live 1987)
Unknown male singer (private recording)
Waltons, The
Wayne Hancock (live, 2008)
Wildwood Valley Boys
Willie Nelson & Kurt Nilsen (live AnJazz Festival, Hamar OL-Amfi, Hamar, Norway - May 02, 2008)
Willie Nelson & Ray Price
Zydeco Annie & Swamp Cats

LOST ON THE RIVER (Hank Williams)
Blue Grass Boogiemen, Starsound
Bobby Yates & The Drifting Cowboys
C. J. Chenier
Clem Snide
Ian Love
Joe Cephius
Julie & Bernard, Bonanza B-29587, 1975 (Perdu sur la rivičre) (Text in French)
Mark Knopfler & His Band & Emmylou Harris, Uptown/Universal, 2001

LOVE THAT FADED, THE (Hank Williams/?) (Hank never recorded this song)
Bob Dylan, Egyptian Records, 2011

LOVESICK BLUES (Cliff Friend/Irving Mills)
Ace Cannon (instr.), Hi
Acie Cargill & The Sunshine Band (feat. John Boner) (live)
Al Goodman, Compose
Al Shade, Aljean SAJ 103
Ally Harron
Amanda Norman Sell
Andrea Ramolo
Angel Maker, Brack
Anita O'Day, London
Arlo Guthrie
Arthur & Clay Smith, Monument
Arty Hill & The Long Gone Daddys, Cow Island, 2009
Arvada Miller, Cormac
Ball & Chain, Moo Music MOO717, 2007
Beatles, The (vcl. Paul McCartney) (live early 1960s)
Beegie Adair (feat. Rod McGaha)
Ben Christian, 4-Star
Ben Colder (Lovesick Booze)
Benny Martin & The Great American String Band
Betty Rydell
Bill Darnell, Coral, 1951
Bill Frisell (instr.)
Bill Keith & Jim Rooney (live)
Billy Fury
Billy Thunderkloud
Billy Walker, Tall Texan, 2001
Billy Williams & The Westerners
Bo Porter & The Dixie Rockets
Bob Everhart
Bobbi Martin, UA
Bobby Bare (live medley of impersonations in Sweden, 1964: Hank Williams & Lovesick Blues + 6 others)
Bobby Charles
Bobby Hart, Infinity
Bootcuts, The
Boxcar Willie
Boxcar Willie (live medley 1: Cold, Cold Heart/Take These Chains From My Heart/Half As Much/I Can't Help It/Your Cheatin' Heart/You Win Again/Lovesick Blues/Move It On Over + Wabash Cannon Ball)
Boxcar Willie (live medley 2: Cold, Cold Heart/Take These Chains From My Heart/Half As Much/I Can't Help It/Your Cheatin' Heart/You Win Again/Wedding Bells/Lovesick Blues/Move It On Over)
Brian Mann
Broken Valley Roadshow
Burnette Brothers
Captain Matchbox Whoopee Band
Carl Perkins
Caroline Martin
Charley Pride (live Panther Hall, Ft. Worth, TX), RCA, 1969
Charley Pride, 1973
Charley Pride (live medley: Lovesick Blues + 2 non Hank songs)
Charlie McCoy (instr.)
Charlie McCoy (instr.), Catbone, 2011
Charlie Thompson, Tail, 2005
Choinure Boys
Clive Scott & Skywegians, Deacon
Coad Sisters
Conway Twitty, MGM
Country Collection, Dance Plant, 2006
Country Strings & Voices, The Longines Symphonette Society SYS 6093/LWS 1381, 1974
Crea
Crystal Clark
Curley Williams (released under many artist names), Modern
Dan Whitaker Country Band (live)
Dave Jorgenson (live)
David Church, 2003
David Church (live Flag City Opry, Edna, TX - Dec. 15, 2009)
David Frizzell
Dean Armstrong & The Arizona Dance Hands
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 534, 1952
Dennis Brown (private recording)
Dick Curless
Die Geschwister Pfister (live)
Dixie Harper, Royalty P38, 1950
Dixieland Rhythm Kings (instr.)
Doc Watson
Dominic Halpin
Don Edwards (live medley: Lovesick Blues + 2 non Hank songs)
Don McLean
Don Williams, Pulse, 1999
Dusty Owens
Elastic No-No Band
Eliza & Vince
Elsie Clark, OKeh, 1922 - ORIGINAL
Emmett Miller, Okeh, 1925
Emmett Miller & His Georgia Crackers, Okeh, 1928
Etta James
Eunice Payne
Faye Tucker
Filthy Skanks, The, Dead Puppy, 2005
Floyd Cramer (version 1), RCA, 1962
Floyd Cramer (version 2), RCA
Frank Ifield, Vee Jay, 1963
Frank Perez (private recording)
Frank Taylor, Savannah
Gail Davies (live)
Gary Morris
George Fox, 1988
George McCormick
George Strait, MCA
George Strait (live from Austin City Limits)
Geronimo Black
Gina Alto (feat. Gene Breeden)
Glen Campbell, 1974
Graham BLVD
Gram Parsons (1972 rehearsal)
Great American String Band, The
Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whisky Boys (live)
Hank Koopman (medley: Lovesick Blues/Why Don't You Love Me)
Hank Locklin, RCA
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1965
Hank Williams, Jr. & Leon Redbone, Curb, 1983 (1 - fast version)
Hank Williams, Jr. & Leon Redbone, Curb, 1983 (2 - slow version)
Hank Williams III (live at Luzene County Fair, Luzene, PA - Sep. 11, 1999)
Hokie Olofsson
Honky Tonk Angels (Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn & Tammy Wynette) + Patsy Cline (dubbed), CBS, 1993
101 Strings Orchestra (instr.), Alshire S-5013
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Ivanow Jazz Group
Jack Gladstone
Jack Shea, Vocalion
Jake Penrod, Landmark, 2009
Jamie Aaron Kelley
Jason Petty (1 - Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jason Petty, Sony, 2009
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun, 1958
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Rockefeller Music Hall, Oslo, NO - Apr. 14, 1989)
Jim Owen, Gold 0102
Jim Owen, Epic 8-50498, 1978
Jim Owen
Jim Owen (live)
Jimmy Carl Black
Jimmy Blakley, Dixie, 1958
Jimmy Eaves
Joe Cephius
Joe Hinton, Backbeat
John Lott
Johnny Burnette (1st version), Liberty
Johnny Burnette (2nd version), Liberty
Johnny Miller
June Barton, Modern, 1951
Kai Hyttinen, Finnlevy, 1975
Karen Hudson
Katie Laur Band, Vetco 3028, 1977
Kay Starr, Capitol, 1951
Kazuhiro Inaba (live - solo)
Keith Manifold
Kenny Maines, Caldwell/Maines, 2006
Kenny Maines (live on radio)
King Ding Dong
Kip Overbo
Kirsten Siggaard
Kyle Hicks
Lacy J. Dalton, BSW, 2010
Laura Downing
Laurence Hobgood
LeAnn Rimes, Curb, 1999
Leon Redbone
Les Parker, Kay
Lew DeWitt
Lilly of The West
Linda Ronstadt, Capitol
Lisa Dames
Little Richard, Reprise
Little Willies, The
Liz Goldberg
Logan Wells
Luke Gordon (live HW medley: Lovesick Blues + 9) (Town & Country Jamboree, WMAL TV - Dec. 31, 1955), World Artists WACD-102, 2004
Mandy Barnett (live)
Maren Kroymann & Die Jo Roloff Band (live)
Margo Smith, Moonshine
Marie & Deep River
Mark Weber y Los Cuernos
Marty Robbins, Columbia
Marty Robbins (live on TV)
Mary Duff (live)
Mary Hall
Mary Schneider
Max McCauley
Meade Skelton
Megan Sheehan, North Star, 2002
Merle Haggard
Merle Haggard & The Strangers (live), Capitol
Merv Shiner, Vocallion
Michael Lindgren & Pigge Mattis (of The Long Gone Smiles Band) (live 2007 - private recording)
Mike Cross (Thanks Hank w/Lovesick Blues)
Mike DeBusk, Cavalier
Mike Hillman & The Latin Hillbillies
MoonPrize (feat. Rob Curtis, Carrie Morrison & Garry Segal)
Nakagta (live medley: Lovesick Blues/Your Cheatin' Heart/Half As Much/Hey, Good Lookin'/Cold, Cold Heart/Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/I Saw The Light)
Naoko Okamoto
Neil Swanson
P. K. Thompson & The Nashville Connection, Pickwick JS-6202, 1977
Patrick Norman, Dep, 2010
Patsy Cline, Decca, 1960
Patsy Cline (as above, but additional electric bass and toms dubbed & track rebalanced on Oct. 15, 1984)
Patsy Cline (live at Grand Ole Opry - Apr. 2, 1960)
Patsy Cline (AFRS radio transcription, Jun., 1960)
Patsy Cline (live 1961 at the Cimarron Ballroom, Tulsa)
Pee Wee Clark (instr.), Hadley HLP-1297, 1986
Peter Alexander (Himmel über der Prärie - text in German)
Peter Hill (instr.)
Peter Rowan & Transantlantic Bluegrass (live 1983, Germany)
Quarrymen, The (aka The Beatles)(live)
Ramblin' Jack Elliott
Ramblin' Jack Elliott (live)
Ranch Romance
Ray Sanders
Red Kirk, Mercury
Reg Lindsay
Rex Griffin, Decca, 1939
Rimshots, BE BE's Records
Rita Faye, MGM
Roger Tibbs
Ronnie Milsap
Roy & The Killiaan Brothers (instr.)
Ryan Adams, Uptown/Universal, 2001
Sandra Vanreys
Schütze & Stückle
Sheb Wooley, MGM
Sheila Andrews
Sheltons, The
Sid Selvidge
Skip Farrell & Lew Douglas, Mercury, 1951
Slim Whitman, Imperial, 1957 (1st version)
Slim Whitman (2nd version)
Smoky Dawson & Mary Schneider
Sneezy Waters, 1981
Sonny Curtis, Capitol
Sonny James, Capitol, 1957
Sonny Knight, Dot 15597, 1957
Spencer Bohren, Valve, 2010
Spotnicks, The (instr.), Swedisc, 1997
Stonewall Jackson, Columbia, 1969
Studio Group
Stuffy Shmitt
Sue & The Flaming Stars
Sydney Devine
Sydney Devine (medley: Lovesick Blues/Long Gone Lonesome Blues + 2 non Hank songs)
Sylvain Richard, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-843, 2005
Tanya Tucker
Tex Hunter & The Roundup Rhythm Rangers (Roundup BE-4)
Thomas Fraser, DA
Tom Phillips, Ruby Moon
Tommy Elliot (w Doc Savage's Swingbillies)
Tony Clark
Tony Kerr
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007
Ventures (instr.), Dolton
Virginia Truckee (medley: Lovesick Blues/Hey, Good Lookin'/Jambalaya (On The Bayou)), Truckee, 1984
Wanda Jackson (live in Sundsvall, Sweden - Sep. 29, 1984)
Wanda Jackson (live 1989)
Wayne Hancock, Hillgrass Bluebilly, 2008
Wayne Hancock (radio show)
Wayne Horsburgh
Wylie & The Wild West
Zachary Stevenson
Zelenáci (aka Greenhorns) (Neváhej - text in Czech)

LOW DOWN BLUES (Hank Williams)
Alabama Country Boys, The (live)
Billy Fury (1st version), Decca
Billy Fury (2nd version), Decca
Blue Grass Boogiemen, Starsound
Charley Pride, RCA
Hank Williams, Jr. (1st - version)
Hank Williams, Jr. (2nd - version)
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Sivert Bjørdal, SB, 2006
Willie Lewis & The Stablemen (as Delmer Spudd & The Spuddnicks)

*) Various artists = Tom Ball: Harmonica; Jody Eulitz: Drums; Bill Flores: Button Accordion, Dobro, Lap Steel Guitar, Saxophone; Bo Fox: Cardboard Box, Drums; Brian Mann: Piano; Lorenzo Martinez: Bongos, Percussion; Pat Millikin: Guitar; Mike Mullins: Mandolin; David West: Banjo, Bass, Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion