SERMON ON THE MOUNT, THE (Hank Williams/?) (Hank never recorded this song)
Merle Haggard, Egyptian Records, 2011

SERMON ON THE MOUNTAIN (Hank Williams/Peter Trenholm) (Hank never recorded this song)
Peter Trenholm, PT 126

SETTIN' THE WOODS ON FIRE (Fred Rose/Ed G. Nelson)
Al Shade, Aljean SAJ 103
'Aubrey Slackey'
Ball & Chain, Moo Music MOO717, 2007
Behind The Eightball
Blazing Sevens
Bob Log III, Hillgrass Bluebilly, 2008
Buck Norris (of the BCB Band - live, private recording)
Champ Butler, Columbia, 1952
Chris LeDoux, Capitol
Chubby Wise (instr.), Stoneway STY-169, Recorded Dec. 17, 1977
Chuck Mead
Clelia Adams
Connie Stevens, WB, 1962
Connie Stevens (album version), WB, 1962
Curtis Alexander
Dave & Beth
Dave Travis (as Tex Williams & The Sundowners), Deacon, 1970
David Church
David Church (live, Texas)
David Church (live 2006 - Honky Tonk Blues & Settin' The Woods On Fire)
Deans, The (medley: Hey, Good Lookin'/Settin' The Woods on Fire/Your Cheatin Heart/Cold, Cold Heart)
Death By Rodeo
Delbert Barker, Big 4 Hits 19 (EP), 1953
Don Gibson, RCA
Dorsey Burnette
Flatlanders, The, 1972 (live)
Fran Warren, MGM, 1952
Frankie Laine & Jo Stafford, Columbia, 1952
Gary Boyle
George Jones, Mercury, 1960
Girls Guns & Glory (live, The Lizard Lounge, Cambridge, MA - Jan, 1, 2012)
Grady Martin, Decca
Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whisky Boys (live)
Groovy Rednecks, The
Hammercocks, Devils Shitburner, 2004
Hank Edwards, Sunjay, 1987
Hank Thompson (1st version)
Hank Thompson (2nd version)
Hank Thompson (3rd version)
Hank Williams, Jr. & Lois Johnson
Homer & Jethro, RCA, 1952
Huckleberry Flint
Hurricane Dave
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Ivor James
Jason Petty (Lost Highway Original Cast Recording)
Jay Chevalier & The Louisiana Longshots (live), Freedom FD 4878, 1971
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun (undubbed master), 1958
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun (#1 overdubbed master), 1958
Jerry Lee Lewis, Sun (#2 overdubbed master), 1958
Jerry Tharp
Jim Hendricks (instr.), CMD/Spring Hill 555962, 2009
Jim Owen & Drifting Cowboys, Epic, 1977
Jimmy Day & His Buddies (instr.), Texas Musik
Jimmy Eaves
Joe Cephius
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 Burnette, Liberty
Johnny Rebb & His Rebels
Jonny Williams (medley: Settin' The Woods On Fire/Mind Your Own Business/Honky Tonk Blues/Why Don't You Love Me)
Katy Moffatt & Dave Alvin, 1990
Kip Overbo
Larry Darnell
Lindsay Butler (instr.)
Lita Roza
Little Richard, Reprise
Little Richard (instr.), Reprise
Lucky Tomblin Band, The, Texas World, 2007
Mary Kay Place (with Emmylou Harris & Herb Pedersen), Columbia, 1976
Mason Proffit, 1973
Matchbox, Chiswick, 1978
Megan Sheehan, North Star, 2002
Merv Shiner, Decca
Patrick Norman, Dep, 2010
Pete King Chorale, The, Kapp KS 3186, 1960
Pickin' On Series (instr.) (Bill Flores, Bo Fox & David West) *)
Porter Wagoner, RCA
Porter Wagoner (Red Foley Show - Radiozark Transcription)
Rhythm Train
Robin Nolan Trio with Brandi Shearer
Rubbernecks, The
Ruby Dee & The Snakehandlers
Rusty Howard, Blue Ribbon
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Sean Mencher
Shotgun Whalers
Spring a Leak
Spruce Pine, Viagrass, 2003
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000
Tor, 2004
Tractors, The, Arista, 1994
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007
Vernon Oxford, Meteor
Waltons, German label, mid 1980's
Western Swing All Stars (instr.)
Wild And Blue
Wilders, The (live 2005)
Wilders, The (live 2007)

Audrey Barger & The Audrey Barger's Band
Calvin Hillier
Con Parsons
Ernest Monias, Sunshine, 2003
Greta Elkin
Heather McGill (private recording)
Johnnie & Jack with Kitty Wells (at KWKH)
Larry Sparks, Country, 1977
Larry Sparks (live medley: A Mansion On The Hill/Singing Waterfall/Mind Your Own Business)
'Little' Jimmy Dickens, Columbia, 1960
Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks, Columbia, Dec. 28, 1947
Raw Kid (private recording)
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Sharon Graeff
South Mountain (live)
Tony & Gary Williamson
Warrior River Boys, The (1)
Warrior River Boys, The (2)
Wilma Lee Cooper
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Hickory, 1962

Blue Grass Boogiemen, Starsound
Camper Van Beethoven
Cranford Nix & Curly Seckler
Denis Fischer
Don Rigsby
Joe Stewart, Bluegrass
Karamasov Bros., Devils Shitburner, 2004
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers (1970)
Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers (1982)
Lee Allen
Mac Wiseman, 1953
Mac Wiseman, Dot
Mike Ness, Time Bomb, 1999
Miller Brothers, The
Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks, Columbia, Dec. 16, 1946
Orville Nash, 2006
Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys
Residents, The, Ralph, 1989
S. E. Willis (medley: 1 song + Six More Miles (To The Graveyard)
The The
Tumblin' Go Go's, The
Vassar Clements
Whetstone Run
Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper, Hickory, 1961

SOMEBODY'S LONESOME (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) (Hank never recorded this song)
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1968

SOMEDAY YOU'LL CALL MY NAME (Eddie Hill/Jean Branch)
Anna McGoldrick
Bob Brolly
Bob Luman
Bob Preddy, Buddy
Brian Coll
Carl Esterby, Action 108
Cedar Ridge
Charlie Carson
Claude Bradimore & The Golden Valley Boys
Country Code
Dana Magnuson
Daniel Miller
Dave Travis, Saga
David Church, 2003
Declan Nerney
Defiance Stringband
Don Gibson, RCA
Eddie Hill, Apollo
Ernest Tubb, Decca
Eunice Payne
Finest Kind
Fred Garland & Ginger (live Sep. 26, 2008 - private recording)
Freddie Hart
Greta Elkin
Hallur Joensen
Jerry Byrd (instr.)
Jerry Reed, 1970
Jim Owen
Jimmy Wakely, Capitol
Johnny McEvoy, Hawk HALPX 130, 1974
Kazuhiro Inaba (live - solo)
Kevin King
Kitty Wells, Decca
Larry Sparks, Country, 1977
"Little" Jimmy Dickens, MCA
Luke Gordon, World Artists WACD-104, 2005 (recorded 2005)
Mary McDonald, 2008
Maryborough Jazz Band
Miki & Griff
Pete Stanley, Brian Golbey & Nick Strut
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Pretty Boy Thorson & The Falling Angels
Rewa McGregor
Sean Brennan
Sean Wilson (medley: Wedding Bells/The Wild Side Of Life/Someday You'll Call My Name + 2 songs)
Stan Hitchcock
The The (Matt Johnson)
IIIrd Tyme Out
Thomas Fraser
Thomas Maguire & Fhiona Ennis
Tommy Webb
Uncle Leon & The Alibis
Webb Pierce, Decca
Willie Nelson

STARS IN HER EYES (a series of songs)

STRANGER IN THE NIGHT, A (Hank Williams/Bill Morgan) (Hank never recorded this song)
George Morgan, Columbia 21052, Recorded Apr. 16, 1951 - ORIGINAL, first on wax

SUNDOWN AND SORROW (Pee Wee King/J. L. Frank)
Al Batten & The Bluegrass Reunion Band
Bob Paisley & The Southern Grass
Country Gentlemen Reunion Band, The (Adcock, Gaudreau, Waller & Gray)
Cowboy Copas, King 553
Dan Paisley & The Southern Grass
Don Reno & Red Smiley
Italian Cats, 2001
Jesse Paul
Jim & Jesse
Joe & Rose Lee Maphis (live At Town Hall Party, 1958-1961)
Lattie Moore
Petr Brandejs Band (live)
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Shenandoah Cut-Ups, The
Sivert Bjørdal, SB, 2006
Traver Hollow
Wild And Blue

*) 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