ARTISTS IN BOLD ARE IN MY COLLECTION OF COVER VERSIONS

TAKE THESE CHAINS FROM MY HEART (Fred Rose/Hy Heath)
Al & Brenda Hooper
Al Martino
Al Terry, La Louisianne
Alabama Country Boys, The
Albert Babin, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-841, 2005
Alan Cook (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/You Win Again/Cold, Cold Heart/A Mansion On The Hill)
Allan Davies Singers
Allison Durbin
Anne Murray, 2002
Arty Hill & The Long Gone Daddys, Cow Island, 2009
Ball & Chain, Moo Music MOO717, 2007
Barbara Ray
Beverly King & Joe Knight, Cattle
Big Floyd, Alshire
Bill & Mary True, True Country Music
Bill Anderson, Decca, 1963
Billy Walker, Tall Texan, 2001
Black Dynamites (live medley: Take These Chains From My Heart + 1 song)
Blue Comets, The
Blueberry Hill & Sheila G. White (medley: Take These Chains From My Heart + 3 songs)
Boomerangs, The (instr. medley: Your Cheatin' Heart/Take These Chains From My Heart + 3 non Hank)
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 Carrick & His Garden District Band (live)
Brian Carrick's Algiers Stompers
Buddy Cagle, FB
Buddy Williams
Carl Mann, Philips Int. (Sun - version 1)
Carl Mann, Philips Int. (Sun - version 2)
Carl Smith, Columbia
Champ Butler, Columbia, 1953
Chano, Mermaid, 1988
Charlie Rich, Hi, 1967
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Chris Watson
Conway Twitty, Decca
Conway Twitty (medley: Cold, Cold Heart/I Can't Help It/You Win Again/They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Country Crusaders
Country Six Stringers (instr.)
Country Strings & Voices, The Longines Symphonette Society SYS 6093/LWS 1381, 1974
Crazy Rockers, The
Crosby Sisters
Crystal Clark
Darcy Cotten
Dave Bond
Dave Hughes
Dave Laycock
Dave Mathewson
Dave Travis (as Tex Williams & The Sundowners), Deacon, 1970
David Allan Coe, 1997
Dean Martin, Reprise, 1965
DeAnna Cox, Rustic, 2008
Desperates, The
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr. medley: Cold, Cold Heart/You Win Again/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart)
Diamond Jack
Don Gibson, RCA, 1971
Don Gibson, Hickory, 1971
Don Helms (instr.), Smash MGS-27001/SRS-67001, 1962
Don Williams, Pulse, 1999
Dottie West
Drifting Cowboys (instr.), MGM SE-4626, 1969
Drifting Cowboys, Look
Duck Gang
Dusty Owens
Ernest Tubb, Decca, 1968
Eve Goldberg
Floyd Cramer, RCA
Floyd Cramer (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight & A Manison On The Hill)
Foster & Allen
Frenchmen From Dixie, The (instr.)
Gary Travis
Gene Rockwell
Georg Dolivo, Scandia, 1963
George Hamilton IV, ABC, 1966
George Jones, UA, 1962
Gerry Butler (instr.)
Glen Campbell, Capitol, 1973
Grant Green (instr.)
Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whisky Boys (live)
Heidi Brühl (Geh' nicht fort - text in German)
Henrik Dahl
Irene
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
J. W. Thompson, Phono
Jack Scott, Top Rank, 1960
Jake Penrod (live, Sep. 19, 2009)
James Foley
Jane Hawley, Ruby Moon
Jay Chevalier & The Louisiana Longshots (live), Freedom FD 4878, 1971
Jerry Inman
Jerry Lee Lewis, Mercury, 1970
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING J.L.L. LIVE VERSIONS HAVE BEEN RELEASED LEGAL OR ON BOOTLEGS:
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, the International Hotel, Las Vegas, NV, USA - May 22-23, 1970)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Attica, Indiana - Jul. 18, 1971)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Peterborough (Show 2), UK - Apr. 29, 1972)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, ABC, Hull (Show 2), UK - May 4, 1972)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Copenhagen, Denmark - Feb. 23, 1977)
Jerry Mac, BonTex
Jerry Mac, Joe Kidd & Billy Large
Jim Owen & Drifting Cowboys, Epic, 1977
Jim Owen
Jimmy Robbins, Scepter
Joe Heathcock, Judd
Joey Bishop
John Doe & The Sadies
John Lott
John Starr, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-843, 2005
Johnny Carroll (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin’ Heart + 2 none Hank)
Johnny Clark & His Diplomats, London EB 75, 1963
Johnny Cox (instr.)
Johnny McEvoy, Hawk HALPX 130, 1974
Jonny Hill
Jonny Hill (Ich Hab´Dich Heute Nacht So Sehr Vermißt) (Text in German)
JonO
Jools Holland & Paul Carrack
Julie & Bernard, Bonanza B-29587, 1975 (Brise la chaîne de mon coeur) (Text in French)
Karel Hála (Dej mi pár okovu) (Text in Czech)
Keith Bean (instr.)
Ken Goldsmith
Kentucky Headhunters, The, 2005
Kermit Lynch
Kevin Collins
King Curtis, Capitol
Kitty Wells, Decca, 1960
Lacy J. Dalton, BSW, 2010
Lake City Stompers (instr.), 1985
Laney Hicks
Larry Butler & Willie Nelson, Cowtown, 2000
Lee Roy Parnell & Brooks & Dunn, 1993
LemonFlower (private recording)
Linda Bieda Coil
Linda Gail Lewis & Jerry Lee Lewis (live at the International Hotel, Las Vegas - May 23, 1970)
Lloyd Arnold McCollough, Memphis, 1962
Lloyd Arnold McCollough, Avet, 1963
Lloyd Green (instr.), 1968
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)
Luke Gordon, World Artists GRB-200, 1970 (recorded ca. 1969)
Luke Simmons & The Blue Mountain Boys
Lydia Tuinenburg & Her Melody Strings, Capitol
Magic Strangers, The
Majella
Maren Kroymann & Die Jo Roloff Band (live)
Marian Bradfield & The Posse
Martina McBride
Marty Robbins (live on TV, medley: I Could Never Be Ashamed Of You/Take These Chains From My Heart)
Megan Sheehan, North Star, 2002
Merle Haggard
Micke Muster
Mike Denver
Mike Stone
Misty Blue
Monty Pearce & The Organisation (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Monty Persaud
Musicians from Dallas & Ft. Worth incl. Joe Wright (instr., 1991)
Nashville Allstars, The
Nate Jaeger
New Iberia Jazzband (live)
New Orleans Delight feat. Brian Carrick & Derek Winters
Pat Derry (medley: Take These Chains from My Heart/You Win Again/Wedding Bells)
Pavel Vaculík (instr.) (Dej mi pár okovu)
Pee Wee Clark (instr.), Hadley HLP-1297, 1986
Pete King Chorale, The, Kapp KS 3186, 1960
Peter Posa (instr. medley: A Mansion On The Hill/Take These Chains From My Heart/Cold, Cold Heart/I Can't Help It)
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Pickin' On Series (instr.) (Bill Flores & David West) *)
Piper Vincent
R. D. Hendon's Western Jamboree Cowboys (lead vcl. Rocky Bill Ford)
Raul Malo
Ray Charles, ABC, 1962
Ray Charles (live)
Ray Kernaghan
Ray Price, Columbia, 1966
Raymond (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/Anna Marie/Springtime In The Rockies)
Red Wing Band (live, Tour of England 2007)
Reg Lindsay
Richard Farr (medley: Send Me The Pillow/Take These Chains From My Heart/Jealous Heart/Someday)
Rick Nelson, Decca, 1967
Ricky Fitzgerald
Robert Shumy
Rocky Bill Ford
Ron Williams & Soulmasters (also released as The Soul Hitmasters)
Ronnie Ross
Root'n Toot'n
Rosanne Cash
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-134, Recorded ca. Jun., 1966
Roy Drusky
Scott & Gerald Delhunty (medley: May You Never Be Alone/Cold, Cold Heart/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)/You Win Again/They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/May You Never Be Alone/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Sean Wilson
Shoji Tabuchi (instr. medley: 1 song + Take These Chains From My Heart)
Shot Jackson & Bob Lucier, Marathon
Sleepy LaBeef (live Barcelona, Spain), Picap, S.L./The Orchard
Sonny James, Columbia, 1974
Steel Guitar (instr.)
Steve Travis (medley: Take These Chains From My Heart + 3 songs)
Stonewall Jackson, Columbia, 1969
Susan McCann (medley: The Wild Side Of Life/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart + 6 songs)
Sydney Devine
Teddy Grimstad
Tennessee Five
Terry Bradshaw, Mercury
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000
Tommy Edwards, MGM, 1953
Tommy Hill (Ich hab' dich heute nacht so sehr vermißt)
Tommy Scott (medley: Your Cheatin' Heart/Take These Chains From My Heart/Married By The Bible)
Tommy Zang, Hickory
Toni, Rondo, 1980
True Brother, The
Unknown, EMI, 1971
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007
Warner Mack, Kapp
Webb Pierce
Westerners, The

TEARDROP ON A ROSE, A (Hank Williams)
Braxton Shooford, MGM, 1950 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
Claude Bradimore & The Golden Valley Boys, Arc A 538
Cole Wilson & His Tumbleweeds
Connie Stevens (album version), WB
Country Couzins
David Church
David Church (live Flag City Opry, Edna, TX - Nov. 18, 2008)
Gerry Ford
Helen Boudreaux (private recording)
Jack MacNab
James King
Jason Hazelton (live May 23, 2008 - private recording)
Jimmy Eaves
John Greer
John Maines, Jr.
John Starr
Johnny Marks
Kazuhiro Inaba, Copper Creek, 2003
Lauren & Friends (live)
Lloyd Snow
Mally Hicken & The Ryker Brothers
Mike (private recording)
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Preacher Jack
Reg Lindsay
Sleepy LaBeef, Finn 1690, 1962
Sonny Williams, Cotton Town Jubilee
Tommy Edwards, MGM
Tumbleweeds
Unknown (male singer with gtr.) (private recording)
Wayne S. Morgan

THERE'LL BE NO TEARDROPS TONIGHT (Hank Williams)
Adam Wade, Epic
Al Martino
Al Terry, Index
Al Trineer, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-843, 2005
Alabama Ramblin' Man, X
Anita Carter, Columbia, Recorded Oct. 30, 1953
Annikki Tähti, Scandia, 1954
Art Adams, Hi
Arthur & Clay Smith, Monument
Artie Melvin, Prom
B. J. Johnson, Mississippi
Barefoot Nellies, The
Benny Barnes
Betty Dempsey
Betty Johnson & Sy Oliver, Bell
Big House, MCA, 1998
Billy May, Capitol
Billy Mure (instr.), Sunset
Bobbe Seymour (instr.), Horse Rock, 2002
Bonnie Guitar, Jerden
Bud Roman, Tops
Buddy Greco, Epic, 1965
Buddy Spicher & Vassar Clements
Carl McVoy, Hi, 1957
Carl McVoy, Sun
Carter Sisters, The & Chet Atkins (1950 Radio Sessions)
Charlie Brown
Cliffie Stone Singers, The, Capitol T 2159, 1964
Commanders (feat. Eddie Grady) (instr.), Decca
Connie Francis, 1967
Connie Stevens, WB
Country Boys, The, Camaro
Curly Gribbs, Cattle
Dale Potter, Stoneway
Dave Travis, Saga
DeAnna Cox, Rustic, 2008
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 554, 1952
Delta Reign
Don Gibson, RCA, 1967
Don Helms (instr.), Smash MGS-27001/SRS-67001, 1962
Drifting Cowboys (instr.), MGM SE-4626, 1969
Drifting Cowboys, Westwood, 1980
Durwood Haddock
Eddie Dean, Design SDLP 89
Ferlin Husky, Capitol, 1961
Floyd Cramer, RCA
Floyd Cramer (instr. medley: Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight & A Manison On The Hill)
Flying Burrito Brothers, The
Frank Chacksfield Orchestra (instr.)
Frankie Vaughan
Freddy Fender (Text in English)
George Jones, Mercury, 1960
Gordon Wilcox, K-Ark
Hal Peters & Jussi Raittinen, Goofin', 1990
Hank Edwards, Sunjay, 1987
Hank Locklin, RCA, 1964
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1963
Hank Williams, Jr. (Your Cheatin' Heart acoustic Soundtrack)
Isidro Lopez (No Voy A Llorar) (Text in Spanish)
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Jean Stafford
Jim Mills
Jim Owen
Jimmy Dean, Columbia, 1960
Joe Pass & Roy Clark (instr.), 1995
Joe Paul Nichols, Custom
John Hartford (live 1989)
Johnny Bush
Johnny Heap
Joni James, MGM
Justin Tubb (Decca 1957)
Jussi 'Big John' Raittinen & Hal Peters Trio
Kenny Maines, Caldwell/Maines, 2006
Kick Em Jenny
'Little' Jimmy Dickens, Decca, 1968
Lloyd Green & Pete Wade (instr.), MGM, 1970
Luke Gordon, World Artists GRB-200, 1970 (recorded ca. 1969)
Mac Wiseman, 1967
Marty Gold & His Orchestra, RCA Victor LPM-3516, 1966
Narvel Felts & Jerry Mercer (instr. on radio), 1956
Narvel Felts (live)
Osborne Brothers, Decca, 1969
Pappa John Gordy, RCA
Pee Wee Clark, Hadley HLP-1297, 1986
Peggy Paxton, Paula
Per-Erik Jonsson, Columbia, 1976
Pete King Chorale, The, Kapp KS 3186, 1960
Pudney Nails, Priz
Ray Kernaghan
Ray Price, Columbia, 1958
Ron Bywater
Ronnie Hawkins, Roulette, 1960
Roy Acuff (live), Hickory LPS-114, Recorded 1963
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-134, Recorded ca. Jun., 1966
Roy Drusky
Roy Kay Trio, Lur Liner, 2004
Roy Orbison, MGM, 1970
S. E. Willis
Shot Jackson & Bob Lucier (instr.)
Simon Crashly & The Roadmasters
Smoketown Strut
Spike Jones, Liberty LST-7401, 1964
Stewart MacDougall, Ruby Moon
Tennessee Ernie Ford, Capitol, 1964
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000
Tillman Franks Singers, The, Hilltop JM 6019, 1964
Tim Graves
Tony Bennett, Columbia
Vassar Clements, Flying Fish
Vic Corwan, Broadway
Willie Nelson, Liberty, 1964
Willie Nelson (live 1)
Willie Nelson (live 2)

THERE'S A TEAR IN MY BEER (Hank Williams)
'Big' Bill Lister, Capitol, 1951 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
'Big' Bill Lister, 1998
Billy Rife & Don Wardlow (private recording)
Bob Morgan
Bruce McMillan
Casino Steel
Country Kings
Dark Humor, Dead Puppy, 2005
Dave Sheriff
David Church (1 - live Nashville, TN - 2008)
David Church (2 - live Flag City Opry, Edna, TX - Jan. 20, 2009)
Dusty Spittle
Ernest Monias, Sunshine, 2003
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), 1989
Hank's Boys In The Gas Tank
Jerry Cormier
Jett Williams (1)
Jett Williams, JW, 1999 (2)
Jett Williams, JW, 1999 (3 - reprise version)
Jett Williams (live, Midwest Country Radio Show - 1999)
John Gill's San Francisco Jazz Band (live), 1989
Johnny Larivière, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-843, 2005
Jon Brosseau (instr.)
Karl Shiflett & Big Country Show (live 2003)
Keith Whitley
Michel Montecrossa & The Chosen Few
Oscar Tellez (Text in Spanish)
Paddy Kelly
Ragnar I. Vik, The Orchard, 2000
Ray Kernaghan
Roger Vines
Root'n And Tootin'
Sheltons, The
Sky Devils, The
Sunset Trio, The
The The
True Brothers, The
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007

THERE'S NO ROOM IN MY HEART FOR THE BLUES (Fred Rose/Zeb Turner)
Bill Emerson & Cliff Waldron
Bill Monroe & The Bluegrass Boys (vcl. by unknown female - Unknown Venue, Bowdon, GA - Oct. 25, 1963)
Charlie Moore & The Bluegrass Clodhoppers
Clyde Moody, King, Dec., 1947
Clyde Moody, Old Homestead OHS-90059, 1976
Emerson & Waldron
Ernest Tubb, Decca
Jesse Paul
Melissa Monroe, Columbia, 1951
Paul Howard's Cotton Pickers, Columbia, 1947
Rome Johnson, MGM 10235
Sivert Bjørdal, SB, 2006
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000
The The (Matt Johnson)
Thomas Fraser

THERE'S NOTHING AS SWEET AS MY BABY (Hank Williams)
Bobby Yates & The Drifting Cowboys
Carl Smith, Columbia, Recorded Jan. 30, 1951 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
Guy Mitchell & Mindy Carson, Columbia, 1953
Hank Williams, Sr., Hank Williams, Jr. & unknown child (dubbed), Curb, 1996
Michael Montecrossa
Roy Hall, R&C 1014, 1983 (Recorded Oct., 1980)
Runnin' Wild
Wildfire Willie & The Ramblers

THEY'LL NEVER TAKE HER LOVE FROM ME (Leon Payne)
Al Martino
Bill Harrell & The Virginians, Rebel
Billy Walker, Harmony, 1961
Cal Smith & The Texas Troubadours
Casey James Prestwood & The Burning Angles
Charlie Brown
Charlie Rich, Hi, 1967
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Conway Twitty (medley: Cold, Cold Heart/I Can't Help It/You Win Again/They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Coward Brothers, The, 1985
Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass (instr. medley: They'll Never Take Her Love From Me + 1)
Don Gibson, RCA, 1968
Doug Jeffords
Doug Sahm, Tornado, 2000
Dusty Nall (instr.)
Dusty Owens
Earlene Pike
Eddie Bond
Eddie Wilson
Elliott Smith
Elvis Costello
Emmylou Harris, WB, 1979>
Ernest Tubb, Decca
Feral Swing Katz
Foxymorons, The, 2001
Frank Taylor, Savannah
George Jones, UA, 1962
George Jones
Glen Campbell
Hank Locklin, RCA, 1963
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM
Howard Vokes
Jack Scott, Top Rank, 1960
Jack Scott, Top Rank, 1960 (alternative take)
Jake Penrod (live - Dec. 31, 2006)
James King
Jerry Martin, Tipi 502
Jim Owen
Jimmy Day (instr.)
Jimmy Day & His Buddies (instr.), Texas Musik
Jimmy Eaves
Jo-El Sonnier
Jo-El Sonnier (live)
Joan Brooks, King
John Hughey (instr.)
John Prine
John Starling & Carolina Star
Johnny Darrell
Johnny Gray
Johnny Horton, Columbia, 1961
Kenyon Lockry
Kieran McGilligan
Leon Payne, Bullet, 1948 - ORIGINAL
Leon Payne, Lang-Worth WES 65
Leona Williams, Hickory
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)
Mac Wiseman, CMH
Mac Wiseman (live)
Marty Robbins, Columbia, 1968
Marty Robbins (live radio)
Mel McDaniel
Mick Flavin (live)
Mickey Newbury
Narvel Felts (live)
Ray Kernaghan
Rebel Wright & the Cimmarons
Ron Mesing
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Hickory 45-1090, Recorded Jul. 8, 1958
Roy Clark, MCA
Sammy Smith, Mega
Scott & Gerald Delhunty (medley: May You Never Be Alone/Cold, Cold Heart/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)/You Win Again/They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/May You Never Be Alone/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart/Your Cheatin' Heart)
Susan McCann
Texas Troubadours, Decca
Three's Country
Tommy Collins (medley: They'll Never Take Her Love From Me/A Mansion On The Hill/Your Cheatin' Heart/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)
Tommy Hunter
Tommy McLain
Vernon Oxford, Rounder
Vernon Oxford (live)
Waylon Jennings, WJ, 1996
Willie Nelson
Zane King (instr.)

TIME HAS PROVEN I WAS WRONG (Hank Williams/Mel Foree/Curley Williams)
Curley Williams

*) 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