ARTISTS IN BOLD ARE IN MY COLLECTION OF COVER VERSIONS

WAIT FOR THE LIGHT TO SHINE (Fred Rose)
Alex Campbell, Olabelle & The New River Boys
Bill Traylor
Bob Dylan & Larry Campbell & Charlie Sexton (live, Sacramento 10-10-2001)
Bob Dylan (live, Bournemouth - 2002)
Bobby Grove
Carl Smith, Columbia
Charlie Monroe & His Kentucky Pardners, Rem LP 1010, recorded 1965
Connie Smith, RCA
Country Sect, The
Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass, RCA
Don Gibson, RCA, 1958
Downliners Sect
Dr. Elmo & Wild Blue
Entire Town Hall Cast - lead vcl. Joe Maphis, Rose Lee Maphis & Johnny Bond (live, 1957)
Esco Hankins, King 653, 1947
Hank Williams, Jr.
Homeland Quartet
Hylo Brown, Rural Rhythm
Johnny Bond & unknowns + a very young Barbara Mandrell (live at Towm Hall Party)
Johnson Family Singers, Columbia 20369, 1946
Jimmy Wakely, World Transcriptions
Jimmy Wakely (live)
Johnnie & Jack with Kitty Wells
Lewis Family
Louvin Brothers
Mac Wiseman
McGillicuddy Sisters, The
Melody Men Quartet
Michael Montecrossa
Nashville Gospel Singers
Pat Boone, MGM
Pig Meat
Rounders, The
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Okeh 6744, Recorded Dec. 19, 1944
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-117, Recorded Aug. 14, 1963
Stu Phillips, Banff RBS. 1132
Tennessee Rumblers, The
Tim Surrett
Town Hall Party Gang, The (live on Western Ranch Party 1957-1960), Columbia
Valley Singers, The
Whitstein Brothers, The
Wilson Family Band , The

WALTZ OF THE WIND, The (Fred Rose)
Alabama Country Boys, The (live)
Audrey Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (live Mother's Best, 1951)
Bill Snow
Bill Woody
Bob & Dana Kogut
Bobbie Dick, Red Barn 1162
Bones Maki & The Sun Dodgers
Boots Faye & Idaho Call, Capitol
Carl Smith, Columbia
Chris Jones
Clyde Moody, King 693, Dec. 1947
Clyde Moody, Old Homestead OHS-90059, 1976
Duane Eddy (instr.), RCA
Fiddle Fever
Floyd Cramer, Duane Eddy & Boots Randolph, RCA (instr.)
Follow Your Heart
Freddy Quinn
Freddy Quinn, 1958 (Text in Japanese)
Gary Boyle
Gene Vincent, Capitol
Hank Locklin
Herb Smoke (instr.)
Hermann Lammers Meyer
Hermann Lammers Meyer (live)
Ivor James
Jan Garber, Capitol
Justin Trevino
LaCroix Sisters & The Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia, 1951
Larry Sparks, Country, 1977
Ledward Ka'apana (feat. Alison Krauss & Sam Bush)
Lennon Sisters, Dot
Marty Robbins, Columbia
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Rex & Noelene Franklin
Rome Johnson, MGM 10068
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia 38042, Recorded Nov. 19, 1947
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia 4-20839, Recorded Jan. 16, 1951
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS 145, Recorded ca. Mar., 1968
Ruby Wright, King 15106, 1951
Singing Kettles
Stonewall Jackson
Thomas Fraser, DA
Unknown female singer
Wayne King, RCA
Weary Hearts

WE LIVE IN TWO DIFFERENT WORLDS (Fred Rose)
Al Brumley, Jr.
Audrey Barger
Auldridge, Bennett, Gaudreau
Auldridge, Bennett & Gaudreau (live 2001)
Blind Pig & The Acorn (private recording)
Blom Brothers with The Bluegrass Swedes, Old Homestead, 1978
Bob Paisley & The Southern Grass
Buddy Merriam (live, Vail-Leavitt Music Hall 25th Anniversary Show)
Carl Smith, Columbia
Charlie Carson
Chubby Wise (instr.), Stoneway STY-173, Recorded Dec., 1977
Claude Bradimore & The Golden Valley Boys, Arc A 538
Clyde Moody, Old Homestead OHS-90059, 1976
Del McCoury & The Dixie Pals
Don Gibson, RCA
Don Gibson, Hickory
Earl Taylor & His Bluegrass Mountaineers
Ernie Mitchell (private recording)
Frank Banfield
Frank Wakefield, Bay, 1980
G. F. Collins & The Blue Ridge Entertainers, Heritage VII, 1975
Hank Locklin, RCA
Hank Williams, Jr. & Lois Johnson
Highway 11
J. D. Bullet (live)
J. D. Crowe (live in Virginia, 1975)
Jerry Lee Lewis & Linda Gail Lewis, Smash/Mercury, 1968
NOTE: THE FOLLOWING J.L.L. LIVE VERSIONS HAVE BEEN RELEASED LEGAL OR ON BOOTLEGS:
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Attica, IN, USA - Jul. 18, 1971)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Portland Civic Auditorium, Portland, OR, USA - Oct. 27, 1972)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Civic Centre, Newport, Wales, UK, Apr. 16, 1987)
Jesse Paul
Johnnie & Jack and The Tennessee Mountain Boys, RCA Victor, Mar. 25, 1955
Johnny Marks
Jonny Williams
Knoxville Grass
Larry Cub & Richardson McGee, Prem MKB-112, 1966
Larry Rice
Lennon Sisters, The, Dot
Louvin Brothers
Mac Wiseman, Dot
Melvin Goins
Northern Lights
Peter Rowan & Ricky Skaggs
Potomac Valley Boys, The
Rachel Sweet, Derrick
Ramblin' Ross Allen, Arc 501
Ray Bierl
Red Allen
Red Allen & The Kentuckians (WKCR-FM, New York, NY - Mar. 20, 1966)
Red Allen & The Kentuckians (live, Berkshire Mountain Festival, Ancramdale, NY - Jul. 30, 1976)
Red Foley, Decca
Ricky Skaggs, Rounder
Roy Acuff & His Smoky Mountain Boys, Columbia 36856, Recorded Aug. 2, 1945 - ORIGINAL
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-145, Recorded Dec. 8, 1964
Roy Acuff (live on The Grand Ole Opry)
Sandy Mason, Hickory
Shorty Justice (on radio)
Slim Whitman, Imperial
Ted Trivet & Friends (live)
Teddy Redell
Tex Ritter, Capitol
Tex Ritter (live on Western Ranch Party)
Texas Ruby & Curly Fox, Columbia, 1946
Thomas Fraser
Tom E. Doyle
Tompall Glaser
Tony Rice Unit, The & J. D. Crowe, 1990
Travis Altop
Wendy Miller & Mike Lilly, Old Homestead OHS-90029, c. 1973
Wesley Tuttle, Capitol Transcriptions, 1946
West & Blues Band
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper (radio 1957-58), Radio Gems, 1984

WE'RE GETTING CLOSER TO THE GRAVE EACH DAY (Hank Williams)
Elastic No-No Band
Gunther Void, Dead Puppy, 2005 (medley: Ready To Go Home/We're Getting Closer To The Grave Each Day)

WEALTH WON'T SAVE YOUR SOUL (Hank Williams)
Big Tom
Burleigh Grimes
Charlie Brown (with Miss Marilyn)
G.T.M. Country Band (instr.), Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-853, 2005
Hank Williams, Jr.
Hank's a lot (Han dømmer deg ned), KBL Music KBLCD0112, 2012 (Text in Norwegian)
Iron Horse, CMH
Julie & Bernard, Bonanza B-29587, 1975 (La richesse) (Text in French)
Lloyd Snow
Low Country Boys
M. J. Nelson
Milton Estes, MGM, 1950
Peter Trenholm, PT 126
Randy North, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-845, 2005
Solomon Burke
Weary Boys, The

WEARING OUT YOUR WALKING SHOES (Hank Williams)
Tex Ritter, Capitol, 1950 - ORIGINAL, first on wax

WEARY BLUES FROM WAITIN' (Hank Williams)
Alice Gerrard
Alice Gerrard & Andy Cahan, Rounder
Ball & Chain, Moo Music MOO717, 2007
Big Sandy
Bill Black's Combo, Dot
Blue Grass Boogiemen, Starsound
Blue Velvet Band
Bob Dylan (live at Civic Center, Lakeland, FL - Apr. 18, 1976)
Bob Perry, Bandera
Bobby Yates
Buddy Greco, Epic, 1965
Burning Rubber Dolls
Clela Errington (feat. Pineapple Frank Barth)
Colin McCaffrey
Cunha & Dawson, Pete
D. Rangers, The
Dana Magnuson
Daniel Byrnes
Darrell Scott & Tim O'Brien
Dave Travis, Saga
Del Shannon, Amy, 1964
Delbert Barker, Gateway Series 9017 (EP), 1956
Don Walser
Duane Eddy, RCA (instr.)
Elastic No-No Band
Edwards Brothers, Airway
Fred Sokolow
G.T.M. Country Band (instr.), Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-853, 2005
Godz, 1973
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1966
Hank Williams III (1 - live at Lonely Ace, unknown - Nov. 30, 1998)
Hank Williams III (2 - live at Gratz County Fair, Gratz, PA - Sep. 18, 1999)
Hans Theessink
Hickory Wind (live)
Jack Turner, MGM
Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter
Jonas Fjeld (Jeg er trøtt og lei av å vente), Kirkelig Kulturverksted, 1995
Joy Kills Sorrow
Jug Scott, Design DLP-24
Katie Laur Band
Long Gone Smiles Band, The (live 2007 - private recording)
Madeleine Peyroux
Marg Osburne, 1974
Mark Schatz, Dirk Powell, Darrell Scott & Tim O'Brien (live)
Mary McDonald, 2008
Mats Gronmark
Megan Sheehan, North Star, 2002
Mimi Roman, Decca
Mud Acres, 1977
Nashville Bluegrass Band, The
Nashville Bluegrass Band, The (live 1992)
Peewee Cassidy, Western 1 HB101
Pete King Chorale, The, Kapp KS 3186, 1960
Ragnar I. Vik, The Orchard, 2000
Randy North, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-845, 2005
Raul Malo (acoustic)
Raul Malo, Pat Flynn, Rob Ickes & Dave Pomeroy
Ray Anthony, Capitol
Ray Price with String Band, Columbia, Recorded Oct. 16, 1951 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
Riffing Cowboys, The, 2011
Rock Gunter (Sid ‘Hardrock’ Gunter) (instr.), Heather LSG 172, 1972
Ronnie Hawkins, Roulette, 1960
Roy Hall, R&C 1014, 1983 (Recorded Oct., 1980)
Shamus Dark
Sivert Bjørdal, SB, 2006
Slocan Ramblers
Sneezy Waters, 1981
Spencer Bohren, Valve, 2010
Spike Jones, Liberty LST-7401, 1964
Steve Goodman
T-Bones, The, Corduroy
Tasty Licks
The The, 1995
Tim O'Brian & Darrell Scott
Tony Bennett, Columbia
Truckstop Honeymoon
Twilite Broadcasters, The
Wanda Jackson, Capitol, 1964
Whitstein Brothers, The, Rounder
Wilders, The (live 2007)
Will Handsome

WEDDING BELLS (Claude Boone)
Al Shade, Aljean SAJ 103
Alabama Country Boys, The
Augie Meyers
Baboon Torture Division, 2008
Big Tom & The Mainliners
Bill Anderson
Bill Carlisle, King 656
Bill Dudly, MMC 1717, 1972
Billy Fury (live)
Billy McFarland
Billy Swan
Bob Wilson, Uno
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)
Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen (soundcheck 1978)
Buddy Williams (1951)
Buddy Williams (2)
Buddy Williams (3)
Buster Doss & The Arkansas Playboys, Talent 743, 1949
Charlie Brown
Charlie Rich, Hi, 1974
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Cole Wilson & The Tumbleweeds
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)
Curley Williams (released under many artist names), Modern
Curtis Alexander
D. L. Menard, Rounder
Daniel O'Donnell, Hormac
Dave Travis (as Tex Williams & The Sundowners), Deacon, 1970
David Church, 2003
Dean Martin
Delbert Barker, Kentucky 560, 1952
Dennis Brown (private recording)
Diamond Accordion Band, The (instr. medley: Cold, Cold Heart/You Win Again/Wedding Bells/Take These Chains From My Heart)
Don Helms (instr.), Smash MGS-27001/SRS-67001, 1962
Drifting Cowboys (instr.), MGM SE-4626, 1969
Drifting Cowboys, Look
Dusty Rankin
Eamon McCann
Ernie Barton, Sun, 1959
Frank Arnett (instr.)
Fear Of Flight
Geezingslaws, The
Gene Simmons, Hi
Gene Wooten
George Hamilton IV, ABC
George Jones (1st version
George Jones (2nd version)
Glen Campbell, Capitol
Hank Koopman
Hank Ray, Rhythm Bomb
Hank Snow, RCA, 1953
Hank Snow, RCA, 1956
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1965
Henry Smith
Irish Showband
Jay Chevalier & The Louisiana Longshots (live), Freedom FD 4878, 1971
Jerry Lee Lewis, Smash/Mercury, 1967
Jerry Lee Lewis, Mercury, 1976
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, Rotterdam, NL - Apr. 12, 1982)
Jerry Lee Lewis (live, 67th Birthday Show, Holiday Inn, Memphis, TN, USA - Sep. 28, 2002)
Jesse Rogers, Bluebird, 1949
Jim Brooks
Jim Owen & The Drifting Cowboys
Jimmy Clanton
Jimmy Eaves
Jimmy Richardson (instr.), Starday
Jimmy Wakely & Margaret Whiting, Capitol
Joe Medwick
John Lott
John Prine & Lucinda Williams (medley w/Let's Turn Back The Years)
Johnnie & Jack and The Tennessee Mountain Boys, RCA Victor, Jul. 23, 1957
Johnny Clark & His Diplomats, London EB 75, 1963
Johnny Duncan, Columbia/Lansdowne, 1958
Johnny McEvoy, Hawk HALPX 130, 1974
Johnny Miller
Karl Denver
Ken Nova (private recording) (medley: Wedding Bells/Let's Turn Back The Years)
Kenny Arledge
Kenny Roberts, Coral
King Beans, The
Larry Butler & Willie Nelson, Cowtown, 2000
Lindsay Butler (instr.)
Lissie
Lissie (live)
Lonnie Donegan
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
Margo Smith, Moonshine
Marty Robbins (several versions/takes - 2 sessions), Columbia/Bear Family, 1958
Marty Robbins, Columbia, 1958
Mel Tillis, MCA
Michal Tucny (Svatební zvony) (Texy in Czech)
Mike Devine
Norman Wade, Jin
P. K. Thompson & The Nashville Connection, Pickwick JS-6202, 1977
Pat Derry (medley: Take These Chains from My Heart/You Win Again/Wedding Bells)
Pee Wee Clark (instr.), Hadley HLP-1297, 1986
Per-Erik Jonsson, Four Leaf, 1981
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Pike Brothers, Rebel
Poppers, Imperial
Porter Wagoner
Preston Fulp
Ramblin' Ross Allen, Arc 501
Rattlesnake Annie, Rattlesnake
Ray Kernaghan
Ray Scott, Sun
Ray Smith with String Band, Columbia, 1949
Red Foley, Decca
Reg Lindsay
Richardson, Randolph & Garland, Starday
Rick & Cathy
Rod Bernard
Ron McMunn & The Country Cousins, Banff/Rodeo RBS. 1062
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 (medley: Wedding Bells/The Wild Side Of Life/Someday You'll Call My Name + 2 songs)
Singing Kettles
Statler Brothers
Stonewall Jackson, Columbia, 1966
Stonewall Jackson
Studio Group, Crownstar
Sydney Devine
T. K. Hulin
Texas Jim Robertson, Victor, 1948
Thomas Fraser, DA
Tim McNamara
Tommy Horton
Tommy Steele (live)
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007
Unknown Irish, Compose, 2005
Unknown, Banff RBS. 1125
Vernon Oxford, RCA
Vernon Oxford, Meteor
White Sands Panhandle Band
Will Handsome
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Decca, 1966
Witnesses Showband
Zelenáci (aka Greenhorns) (Svatební zvony - text in Czech)

WHEN GOD COMES AND GATHERS HIS JEWELS (Hank Williams)
Arkey Blue
Billy Perkins
Blue Grass Boogiemen
Born Again
Columbia River Group Entertainment (aka The Pine Street String Band/The Pine Tree String Band - same recording)
Countrymen
Dave Travis, Saga
Dick Curless
Drifting Cowboys, Standing Stone SSDC 1234, 1979
George Hamilton IV (live), Lamon, 2012
Gibson Brothers
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Jimmy Arthur Ordge
John Greer
Kenneth Swanström, Jamboree, 1974
Luke Gordon, World Artists WACD-105, 2005 (recorded 2004)
M. J. Nelson
Merle Haggard, MCA, 1981
Mick Flavin
Molly O'Day & The Cumberland Mountain Folks, Columbia, Dec. 16, 1946
Norman Wade, General Delivery
Peter Trenholm, PT 126
Pine Tree String Band
Robert Tainaka, 1975
Sang It To Me (private recording)
Sean Wilson (medley: When God Comes And Gathers His Jewels + 4 songs)
Some Guy On A Bike
Spruce Pine, Viagrass, 2003
Suzanne Prentice
Thomas Fraser
Vernon Oxford, Meteor
Will Handsome
Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard
Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney Cooper, Hickory

WHEN THE BOOK OF LIFE IS READ (Hank Williams)
Curtis Alexander, Po' Boy, 2003
Connie Smith, Columbia
Jimmie Skinner, Capitol, 1952 - ORIGINAL, first on wax
Peter Trenholm, PT 126

WHEN YOU'RE TIRED OF BREAKING OTHER'S HEARTS (Hank Williams/Curley Williams)
Blue Line Riders
Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers, Columbia, Recorded Sep. 15, 1952
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1965
Preacher Jack

WHERE DO I GO FROM HERE (Hank Williams/Hank Williams, Jr.) (Hank never recorded this song)
Hank Williams, Jr., MGM, 1969

WHY DON'T YOU LOVE ME (Hank Williams)
Bernd Begemann & Dirk Darmstaedter
Bill Boyd, RCA, 1950
Blue Eyed Blondes
Bobby Yates
Buck, Billo & Maxi (private recording - 2009)
Buck Norris (of the BCB Band - live, private recording)
Cameron Family Singers, The
Carl Smith, Columbia
Charley Pride, RCA, 1980
Charlie Thompson, Tail, 2005
Chris Malpass & Don Helms
Cliffie Stone Singers, The, Capitol T 2159, 1964
Connie Smith, Columbia, 1975
Country Crusaders
Country Strings & Voices, The Longines Symphonette Society SYS 6093/LWS 1381, 1974
Curtis Alexander
Dan Kidd, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-842, 2005
Danny Davis, RCA
David Church (live, Texas)
Delbert Barker
Devon Sproule & Paul Curreri
Don Gibson, RCA, 1960
Donna Boyd
Drifting Cowboys, Look
Dustin Hunt
Dusty Owens
Elvis Costello & The Attractions, 1981
Eric Andersen, 1992
Floyd Cramer, RCA Victor, 1962
Floyd Cramer (medley: Jambalaya (On The Bayou)/Why Don't You Love Me/Move It On Over/Long Gone Lonesome Blues), RCA Victor
G.T.M. Country Band (instr.), Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-853, 2005
Gene Wooten
George Jones, Mercury, 1960
George Kilby, Jr.
Gerry & The Pacemakers, UA
Glen Glenn
Greg Hisky & His Dixie Whisky Boys (live)
Hank Koopman (medley: Lovesick Blues/Why Don't You Love Me)
Hank Locklin, RCA, 1964
Hank Shizzoe & Claudia Bettinaglio, 2006
Hank Williams, Jr. & Lois Johnson
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1965
Hank Williams III (live at Schoeneck County Fair, Schoeneck, PA - Jul. 17, 1999)
Hankerin' 4 Hank (live)
International Submarine Band, The
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Jake Penrod, Landmark, 2009
Jerry Lee Lewis
Jerry Ray Williams
Jim Hendricks (instr.), CMD/Spring Hill 555962, 2009
Jim Owen, Gold 0102
Jim Welsh
Jo Henley
Joe Matheson, 2007
Joe Pass & Roy Clark (instr.), 1995
John Lott
Johnny Gee, Cameo
Joni James, MGM
Jonny Williams (medley: Settin' The Woods On Fire/Mind Your Own Business/Honky Tonk Blues/Why Don't You Love Me)
Kenny Maines, Caldwell/Maines, 2006
Lacy J. Dalton, BSW, 2010
Little Richard (1st version), Reprise
Little Richard (2nd version), Reprise
Lost And Found, The
Lovett Sisters, The
Maren Kroymann & Die Jo Roloff Band (live)
Marty Gold & His Orchestra, RCA Victor LPM-3516, 1966
Megan Sheehan, North Star, 2002
Moe Bandy, 1983
My Morning Jacket
Narvel Felts, MGM unissued, 1960
New Coon Creek Girls,The, Rutabaga (medley: Hey, Good Lookin'/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)/Why Don't You Love Me/I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry/I Saw The Light)
Norma Jean, Harmony
P. K. Thompson & The Nashville Connection, Pickwick JS-6202, 1977
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Peter Trenholm (live)
Ramblin' Ross Allen, Arc 501
Rancid Vat
Ray Price, ABC-Dot, 1976
Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1984
Red Hot Chili Peppers (live Colombus - 1984)
Rick & Thel Carey
Rita Faye, MGM
Rock Gunter (Sid ‘Hardrock’ Gunter) (instr.), Heather LSG 172, 1972

Rosemary Clooney, Columbia, 1951
Roy Acuff, Hickory LPS-134, Recorded ca. Jun., 1966
Roy Hall, R&C 1014, 1983 (Recorded Oct., 1980)
Rusty & Doug Kershaw, Hickory, 1958
Secret Sisters, The
Spruce Pine, Viagrass, 2003
Teddy Grimstad
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000
Thad Foster
Unknown, RS, 1950
Unknown (male singer), Hits Doctor Music, 2007
Unknown (instr. karaoke style)
Van Morrison & Linda Gail Lewis, Virgin, 2000
Whitstein Brothers, The
Wilders, The (live 2007)
Willie Nelson

WHY SHOULD I CRY (Hank Williams)
Audrey Williams & The Drifting Cowboys (live Mother's Best, 1951)
Braxton Shooford, MGM, 1950
Sivert Bjørdal, SB, 2006

WHY SHOULD WE TRY ANYMORE (Hank Williams)
D.L. Menard, 1984
Eddie Bond, American Image
Esther Phillips (album version), Lenox
Esther Williams
Ferlin Husky, Capitol, 1961
G.T.M. Country Band (instr.), Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-853, 2005
Hallur Joensen
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1966
Hank Williams, Jr. & Lois Johnson, MGM, 1972
Isla Grant, I.G.E., 2008
Jake Penrod, Landmark, 2009
Jim Owen & Drifting Cowboys, Epic, 1977
Johnny McEvoy, Hawk HALPX 130, 1974
Julie & Bernard, Bonanza B-29587, 1975 (Pourquoi nous unir ŕ nouveau) (Text in French)
Larry Butler & Willie Nelson, Cowtown, 2000
Lindsay Butler (instr.)
Luke Gordon, World Artists GRB-200, 1970 (recorded ca. 1969)
Mary McDonald, 2008
Peter Trenholm, PT, 2006
Ragnar I. Vik, The Orchard, 2000
Randy North, Gaie-T-Musique CWCD-845, 2005
Ray Kernaghan
Warratahs, The
Waylon Jennings, WJ, 1996
Willie Nelson

WINDOW SHOPPING (Marcel Joseph)
Art Mooney, MGM, 1952
Claude Bradimore & The Golden Valley Boys, Arc A 538
Curley Williams (released under many artist names), Modern
Delbert Barker, Gateway Series 9019 (EP), 1956
Don Gibson, Hickory, 1971
Drifting Cowboys (instr.), MGM SE-4626, 1969
Duck & Cover
Dwight Yoakam
Ernest Tubb, Decca, 1968
Ferlin Husky
Gary Brewer & The Kentucky Ramblers
Geir Wentzel Band (live)
George Jones, Mercury, 1960
Hallur Joensen
Hank Williams, Sr. & Hank Williams, Jr. (dubbed), MGM, 1966
Jack Scott, Top Rank RS-626, Recorded December 1959
Jimmy Day & His Buddies (instr.), Texas Musik
Jug Scott, Design DLP-24
Larry Butler & Willie Nelson, Cowtown, 2000
Link Wray
Marley's Ghost
Nicky Peck & The Folsome Prison Trio
Ray Vernon, Cameo, 1958
Terry White, Rarity-Records, 2000

WON'T YOU SOMETIMES THINK OF ME (Hank Williams)
Jim Corcoran
Spruce Pine, Hit Records M.G.F.-Music, 1991 or Viagrass, 2003
Starlings, TN
Wilders, The
Wilders, The (live 2005)