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Jimmie Rodgers Discography

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BVE  39767–4   The Soldier’s Sweetheart – October 7, 1927 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  39768–3   Sleep, Baby, Sleep – October 7, 1927 (Public Domain)

 

BVE  40751–2   Ben Dewberry’s Final Run – April 6, 1928 (Andy Jenkins)

 

BVE  40752–2   Mother Was a Lady – August 3, 1928 (Edward B. Marks and Joseph Stern)

 

BVE  40753–2   Blue Yodel – February 3, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  40754–2   Away out on the Mountain – February 3, 1928 (Kelly Harrell)

 

BVE  41736–2   Dear Old Sunny South by the Sea – October 5, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers and E.T. Cozzens)

 

BVE  41737–2   Treasures Untold – August 3, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers and E.T. Cozzens)

 

BVE  41738–2   The Brakeman’s Blues – May 4, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  41739–2   The Sailor’s Plea – April 19, 1929 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  41740–2   In the Jailhouse Now – April 6, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  41741–2   Blue Yodel No. 2 – May 4, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  41742–2   Memphis Yodel – November 2, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  41743–2   Blue Yodel No. 3 – September 7, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45090–2   My Old Pal – December 2, 1928 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45901–2   Mississippi Moon – Unissued–remade February 4, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  45093–2   My Little Old Home down in New Orleans – October 5, 1928 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45094–2   You and My Old Guitar – June 7, 1929 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45095–2   Daddy and Home – December 2, 1928 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45096–2   My Little Lady – June 7, 1929 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45097–2   I’m Lonely and Blue – Unissued–remade October 22, 1928 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45098–2   Lullaby Yodel – November 2, 1928 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  45099–3   Never No Mo’ Blues – September 7, 1928 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  47215–3   My Carolina Sunshine Girl – August 22, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  47216–4   Blue Yodel No. 4 – February 8, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  47223–4   Waiting for a Train – February 8, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  47224–5   I’m Lonely and Blue – April 19, 1929 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  48384–3   Desert Blues – August 22, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  48385–2   Any Old Time – September 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  49990–2   Blue Yodel No. 5 – September 20, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  49991–3   High Powered Mama – October 17, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  49992–2   I’m Sorry We Met – September 20, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55307–2   Everybody Does It in Hawaii – November 22, 1929 (Elsie McWilliams and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55308–3   Tuck away My Lonesome Blues – January 3, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers, Joe Kaipo and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  55309–2   Train Whistle Blues – June 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55332–2   Jimmie’s Texas Blues – June 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55333–2   Frankie and Johnny – November 22, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55344–3   Frankie and Johnny – Unissued (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55345–3   Home Call – August 12, 1929 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56449–4   Whisper Your Mother’s Name – April 4, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56450–4   The Land of My Boyhood Dreams – July 14, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56453–3   Blue Yodel No. 6 – February 21, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56454–3   Yodeling Cowboy – February 21, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56455–3   My Rough and Rowdy Ways – January 3, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56456–3   I’ve Ranged, I’ve Roamed and  I’ve Traveled – April 10, 1935 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56528–3   Hobo Bill’s Last Ride – August 1, 1930 (Waldo O’Neal)

 

BVE  56594–4   Mississippi River Blues – April 24, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56595–4   Nobody Knows But Me – March 13, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56607–3   Anniversary Blue Yodel – September 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56608–3   She Was Happy till She Met You – July 1, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56617–4   Blue Yodel No. 11 – June 30, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56618–3   A Drunkard’s Child – April 4, 1930 (Andrew Jenkins and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  56619–3   That’s Why I’m Blue – August 1, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  56620–4   Why Did You Give Me Your Love? – April 10, 1935 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54849–3  My Blue-Eyed Jane – June 5, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and LuluBell White)

 

PBVE 54850–3  Why Should I Be Lonely – December 4, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Estelle Lovell)

 

PBVE 54851–3   Moonlight and Skies – October 23, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

PBVE 54852–2  Pistol Packin’ Papa – December 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Waldo O’Neal)

 

PBVE 54854–3  Take Me Back Again – May 25, 1938 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

PBVE 54855–3  Those Gambler’s Blues – December 5, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54856–3  I’m Lonesome Too – July 17, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54857–3  The One Rose – December 1, 1937 (Lani McIntire)

 

PBVE 54860–2  For the Sake of Days Gone By – Unissued–remade July 9, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers and Jack White)

 

PBVE 54860–2  For the Sake of Days Gone By – April 8, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Jack White)

 

PBVE 54861–3  Jimmie’s Mean Mama Blues – February 6, 1931 (Waldo O’Neal and Bob Sawyer)

 

PBVE 54862–3  The Mystery of Number Five – March 13, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54863–3  Blue Yodel No. 8 – February 6, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54864–3  In the Jailhouse Now No. 2 – October 17, 1930 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 54867–3  Blue Yodel No. 9 – September 11, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

PBVE 1302–1    The Pullman Porters

 

BVE  67133–3   T.B. Blues – April 24, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

BVE  67134–3   Travellin’ Blues – July 17, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Shelly Lee Alley)

 

BVE  67135–3   Jimmie the Kid – June 5, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Jack Neville)

 

BVE  67135–3   Rodgers Puzzle Record – December 31, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  69412–3   Why There’s a Tear in My Eye – November 23, 1936 (A.P. Carter)

 

BVE  69413–3   The Wonderful City – February 17, 1937 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  69424–4   Let Me Be Your Sidetrack – December 31, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69427–3   Jimmie Rodgers Visits the Carter Family – Unissued–remade June 12, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69428–3   The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas –Unissued–remade June 12, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69427–1   Jimmie Rodgers Visits the Carter Family – October 23, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69428–1   The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers in Texas – January 20, 1937 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69432–3   When the Cactus Is in Bloom – February 26, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69439–3   Gamblin’ Polka Dot Blues – February 26, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

BVE  69443–3   Looking for a New Mama – September 11, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69448–4   What’s It? – December 4, 1931 (Jimmie Rodgers and Jack Neville)

 

BVE  69449–3   My Good Gal’s Gone Blues – May 22, 1935 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  69458–4   Southern Cannon-Ball – July 14, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

BVE  70645–2   Roll Along, Kentucky Moon – April 8, 1932 (Bill Halley)

 

BVE  70646–2   Hobo’s Meditation – September 23, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  70647–3   My Time Ain’t Long – May 20, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Waldo O’Neal)

 

BVE  70648–2   Ninety-nine Year Blues – May 20, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

BVE  45091–2   Mississippi Moon – August 12, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BVE  70649–2   Down the Old Road to Home – September 23, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Carey D. Harvey)

 

BVE  70650–2   Blue Yodel No. 10 – August 12, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BVE  55345–2   Home Call – July 1, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers and Elsie McWilliams)

 

BS 58960–5      In the Hills of Tennessee – Unissued–remade August 29, 1932 (Sam M. Lewis and Ira Schuster)

 

BS 58961–2       Mother, the Queen of My Heart – October 21, 1932 (Hoyt Bryant and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 58962–2       Prohibition Has Done Me Wrong – Unissued (Jimmie Rodgers and Clayton McMichen)

 

BS 58963–2       Rock All Our Babies to Sleep – October 21, 1932 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 58964–2       Whippin’ That Old T.B. – January 13, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 58968–3       No Hard Times – January 13, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 58969–1       Long Tall Mama Blues – February 24, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 58970–2       Peach Pickin’ Time down in Georgia – April 7, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Clayton McMichen)

 

BS 58971–3       Gambling Bar Room Blues – February 24, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Shelly Lee Alley)

 

BS 58972–1       I’ve Only Loved Three Women – February 17, 1937 (Jimmie Rodgers and Carey D. Harvey)

 

BS 73324–2       In the Hills of Tennessee – December 2, 1932 (Sam M. Lewis and Ira Schuster)

 

BS 73325–2       Prairie Lullaby – April 7, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers, George Brown and Billy Hill)

 

BS 73326–2       Miss the Mississippi and You – December 2, 1932 (Billey Halley)

 

BS 73327–2       Sweet Mama Hurry Home – June 30, 1933 (Jack Neville)

 

BS 76138–1       Blue Yodel No. 12 – June 27, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 76139–1       Dreaming with Tears in My Eyes – May 25, 1938 (Waldo O’Neal and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 76140–1       The Cowhand’s Last Ride – June 27, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Arza Hitt)

 

BS 76141–1        I’m Free (from the Chain Gang Now) – September 8, 1933 (Lou Herscher and Saul Klein)

 

BS 76139–1       Dreaming with Tears in My Eyes, Take 2 – May 25, 1938 (Waldo O’Neal and Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 76151–2       Yodeling My Way Back Home – December 1, 1937 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 76160–1       Jimmie Rodgers’ Last Blue Yodel – December 20, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers)

 

BS 76191–2       The Yodeling Ranger – September 8, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Raymond E. Hall)

 

BS 76192–2       Old Pal of My Heart – July 28, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and John B. Mason)

 

BS 76327–1       Old Love Letters – October 20, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers, Lou Herscher and Dwight Butcher)

 

BS 77328–2       Mississippi Delta Blues – July 28, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Jack Neville)

 

BS 76331–2       Somewhere down below the Dixon Line – October 20, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers and Walter Ryan)

 

BS 76332–2       Years Ago – December 20, 1933 (Jimmie Rodgers, Lou Herscher and Barry Richards)