Chanteur Country US né James Charles Rodgers, le 8 Septembre 1897 à Meridian (Mississippi), de son vrai nom James Charles Rodgers. Jimmie Rodgers a débuté en 1927 avec son premier groupe le "Jimmie Rodgers Entertainers" et développa un style qui deviendra connu sous le nom de "Blue Yodel". La même année, il forme un nouveau groupe les "Tenneva Ramblers" et le 4 août, il enregistre son premier disque. Le 26 Mai 1933 à New York, Jimmie Rodgers meurt de la tuberculose, laissant derrière lui une oeuvre d'une richesse étonnante, environ 110 titres, dont une grande partie de sa composition.

His brass plaque in the Country Music Hall of Fame reads, "Jimmie Rodgers' name stands foremost in the country music field as the man who started it all." This is a fair assessment. The "Singing Brakeman" and the "Mississippi Blue Yodeler," whose six-year career was cut short by tuberculosis, became the first nationally known star of country music and the direct influence of many later performers, from Hank Snow, Ernest Tubb, and Hank Williams to Lefty Frizzell and Merle Haggard. Rodgers sang about rounders and gamblers, bounders and ramblers — and he knew what he sang about. At age 14 he went to work as a railroad brakeman, and on the rails he stayed until a pulmonary hemorrhage sidetracked him to the medicine show circuit in 1925. The years with the trains harmed his health but helped his music. In an era when Rodgers' contemporaries were singing only mountain and mountain/folk music, he fused hillbilly country, gospel, jazz, blues, pop, cowboy, and folk; and many of his best songs were his compositions, including "TB Blues," "Waiting for a Train," "Travelin' Blues," "Train Whistle Blues," and his 13 blue yodels. Although Rodgers wasn't the first to yodel on records, his style was distinct from all the others. His yodel wasn't merely sugar-coating on the song, it was as important as the lyric, mournful and plaintive or happy and carefree, depending on a song's emotional content. His instrumental accompaniment consisted sometimes of his guitar only, while at other times a full jazz band (horns and all) backed him up. Country fans could have asked for no better hero/star — someone who thought what they thought, felt what they felt, and sang about the common person honestly and beautifully. In his last recording session, Rodgers was so racked and ravaged by tuberculosis that a cot had to be set up in the studio, so he could rest before attempting that one song more. No wonder Rodgers is to this day loved by country music fans.
The youngest son of a railroad man, Rodgers was born and raised in Meridian, MS. Following his mother's death in 1904, he and his older brother went to live with their mother's sister, where he first became interested in music. Rodgers' aunt was a former teacher who held degrees in music and English, and she exposed him to a number of different styles of music, including vaudeville, pop, and dancehall. Though he was attracted to music, he was a mischievous boy and often got into trouble. When he returned to his father's care in 1911, Rodgers ran wild, hanging out in pool halls and dives, yet he never got into any serious trouble. When he was 12, he experienced his first taste of fame when he sang "Steamboat Bill" at a local talent contest. Rodgers won the concert and, inspired by his success, decided to head out on the road in his own traveling tent show. His father immediately tracked him down and brought him back home, yet he ran away again, this time joining a medicine show. The romance of performing with the show wore off by the time his father hunted him down. Given the choice of school or the railroad, Rodgers chose to join his father on the tracks.
For the next ten years, Rodgers worked on the railroad, performing a variety of jobs along the South and West Coasts. In May of 1917, he married Sandra Kelly after knowing her for only a handful of weeks; by the fall, they had separated, even though she was pregnant (their daughter died in 1938). Two years later they officially divorced, and around the same time, he met Carrie Williamson, a preacher's daughter. Rodgers married Carrie in April of 1920 while she was still in high school. Shortly after their marriage, Rodgers was laid off by the New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad, and he began performing various blue-collar jobs, looking for opportunities to sing. Over the next three years, the couple was plagued with problems, ranging from financial to health — the second of their two daughters died of diphtheria six months after her birth in 1923. By that time, Rodgers had begun to regularly play in traveling shows, and he was on the road at the time of her death. Though these years were difficult, they were important in the development of Rodgers' musical style as he began to develop his distinctive blue yodel and worked on his guitar skills.
In 1924, Rodgers was diagnosed with tuberculosis, but instead of heeding the doctor's warning about the seriousness of the disease, he discharged himself from the hospital to form a trio with fiddler Slim Rozell and his sister-in-law Elsie McWilliams. Rodgers continued to work on the railroad and perform blackface comedy with medicine shows while he sang. Two years after being diagnosed with TB, he moved his family out to Tucson, AZ, believing the change in location would improve his health. In Tucson, he continued to sing at local clubs and events. The railroad believed these extracurricular activities interfered with his work and fired him. Moving back to Meridian, Rodgers and Carrie lived with her parents before he moved away to Asheville, NC, in 1927. Rodgers was going to work on the railroad, but his health was so poor he couldn't handle the labor; he would never work the rails again. Instead, he began working as a janitor and a cab driver, singing on a local radio station and events as well. Soon, he moved to Johnson City, TN, where he began singing with the string band the Tenneva Ramblers. Prior to Rodgers, the group had existed as a trio, but he persuaded the members to become his backing band because he had a regular show in Asheville. The Ramblers relented, and the group's name took second billing to Rodgers, and the group began playing various concerts in addition to the radio show. Eventually, Rodgers heard that Ralph Peer, an RCA talent scout, was recording hillbilly and string bands in Bristol, TN. Rodgers convinced the band to travel to Bristol, but on the eve of the audition, they had a huge argument about the proper way they should be billed, resulting in the Tenneva Ramblers breaking away from Rodgers. He went to the audition as a solo artist, and Peer recorded two songs — the old standards "The Soldier's Sweetheart" and "Sleep, Baby, Sleep" — after rejecting Rodgers' signature song, "T for Texas."
Released in October of 1927, the record was not a hit, but Victor did agree to record Rodgers again, this time as a solo artist. In November of 1927, he cut four songs, including "T for Texas." Retitled "Blue Yodel" upon its release, the song became a huge hit and one of only a handful of early country records to sell a million copies. Shortly after its release, Rodgers and Carrie moved to Washington, where he began appearing on a weekly local radio show billed as the Singing Brakeman. Though "Blue Yodel" was a success, its sales grew steadily throughout early 1928, which meant that the couple wasn't able to reap the financial benefits until the end of the year. By that time, Rodgers had recorded several more singles, including the hits "Way Out on the Mountain," "Blue Yodel No. 4," "Waiting for a Train," and "In the Jailhouse Now." On various sessions, Peer experimented with Rodgers' backing band, occasionally recording him with two other string instrumentalists and recording his solo as well. Over the next two years, Peer and Rodgers tried out a number of different backing bands, including a jazz group featuring Louis Armstrong, orchestras, and a Hawaiian combo.
By 1929, Rodgers had become an official star, as his concerts became major attractions and his records consistently sold well. During 1929, he made a small film called The Singing Brakeman, recorded many songs, and toured throughout the country. Though his activity kept his star shining and the money rolling in, his health began to decline under all the stress. Nevertheless, he continued to plow forward, recording numerous songs and building a large home in Kerrville, TX, as well as working with Will Rogers on several fundraising tours for the Red Cross that were designed to help those suffering from the Depression. By the middle of 1931, the Depression was beginning to affect Rodgers as well, as his concert bookings decreased dramatically and his records stopped selling. Despite the financial hardships, Rodgers continued to record.
Not only did the Great Depression cut into Rodgers' career, but so did his poor health. He had to decrease the number of concerts he performed in both 1931 and 1932, and by 1933, his health affected his recording and forced him to cancel plans for several films. Despite his condition, he refused to stop performing, telling his wife that "I want to die with my shoes on." By early 1933, the family was running short on money, and he had to perform anywhere he could — including vaudeville shows and nickelodeons — to make ends meet. For a while he performed on a radio show in San Antonio, but in February he collapsed and was sent to the hospital. Realizing that he was close to death, he convinced Peer to schedule a recording session in May. Rodgers used that session to provide needed financial support for his family. At that session, Rodgers was accompanied by a nurse and rested on a cot in between songs. Two days after the sessions were completed, he died of a lung hemorrhage on May 26, 1933. Following his death, his body was taken to Meridian by train, riding in a converted baggage car. Hundreds of country fans awaited the body's arrival in Meridian, and the train blew its whistle consistently throughout its journey. For several days after the body arrived in Rodgers' hometown, it lay in state as hundreds, if not thousands, of people paid tribute to the departed musician.
The massive display of affection at Rodgers' funeral services indicated what a popular and beloved star he was during his time. His influence wasn't limited to the '30s, however. Throughout country music's history, echoes of Rodgers can be heard, from Hank Williams to Merle Haggard. In 1961, Rodgers became the first artist inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame; 25 years later, he was inducted as a founding father at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Though both honors are impressive, they only give a small indication of what Rodgers accomplished — and how he affected the history of country music by making it a viable, commercially popular medium — during his lifetime.

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Talents : Singer, Songwriter, Yodeler, Guitar, Ukulele, Banjo, Mandolin

Style musical : Traditional Country, Yodel, Country-Blues

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MULE SKINNER BLUES (BLUE YODEL No 8)

T FOR TEXAS (BLUE YODEL No 1)

WAITING FOR A TRAIN

Years in activity :

1910 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 2000

DISCOGRAPHY

78t., Singles & EP

10/1927 78 t. VICTOR 20864 (US) . Sleep Baby Sleep / Soldier's Sweetheart
02/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21142 (US) . T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / Away Out On The Mountain
04/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21245 (US) . Ben Dew Berry's Final Run / In The Jailhouse Now No 1
05/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21291 (US) . My Locin' Gal Lucille (Blue Yodel No 2) / Brakeman's Blues
08/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21433 (US) . Treasures Untold / Mother Was A Lady
09/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21531 (US) . Never No Mo' Blues / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No 3)
10/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21574 (US) . Dear Old Sunny Side By The Sea / My Little Old Home Town In New Orleans
11/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21636 (US) . Lullaby Yodel / Memphis Yodel
12/1928 78 t. VICTOR 21757 (US) . My Old Pal / Daddy And Home
02/1929 78 t. VICTOR V-40014 (US) . Waiting For A Train / California Blues (Blue Yodel No 4)
04/1929 78 t. VICTOR V-40054 (US) . Sailor's Plea / I'm Lonely And Blue
06/1929 78 t. VICTOR V-40072 (US) . My Little Lady / You And My Old Guitar
08/1929 78 t. VICTOR V-40096 (US) . My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Desert Blues
09/1929 78 t. VICTOR 22072 (US) . Blue Yodel No 5 / I'm Sorry We Met
11/1929 78 t. VICTOR 22143 (US) . Frankie And Johnny / Everybody Does It In Hawaii
01/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22220 (US) . My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues
02/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22271 (US) . Midnight Turning Day Blues (Blue Yodel No 6) / Yodeling Cowboy
04/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22319 (US) . Drunkard's Child / Whisper Your Mother's Name
06/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22379 (US) . Train Whistle Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues
08/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22421 (US) . Hobo Bill's Last Ride / That's Why I'm Blue
09/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22488 (US) . Any Old Time / Anniversary (Blue Yodel No 7)
10/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22523 (US) . High Powered Mama / In The Jailhouse Now No 2
12/1930 78 t. VICTOR 22554 (US) . Pistol Packin' Papa / Those Gambler's Blues
02/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23503 (US) . Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues
03/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23518 (US) . Mystery Of No 5 / Nobody Knows But Me
04/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23535 (US) . Mississippi River Blues / TB Blues
06/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23549 (US) . Jimmie The Kid / My Blue Eyed Jane
07/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23564 (US) . I'm Lonesome Too / Travellin' Blues
09/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23580 (US) . Standing On A Corner (Blue Yodel No 9) / Looking For A New Mama
10/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23574 (US) . Moonlight And Skies / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family (Jimme RODGERS & The CARTER FAMILY)
12/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23609 (US) . What's It / Why Should I Be Lonely
12/1931 78 t. VICTOR 23621 (US) . Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Jimmie Rodgers Puzzle Record
02/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23636 (US) . When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Gambling Polka Dot Blues
04/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23651 (US) . Roll Along Kentucky Moon / For The Sake Of Days Gone By
05/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23669 (US) . My Time Ain't Long / Ninety-Nine Year Blues
07/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23681 (US) . Home Call / She Was Happy Till She Met You
08/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23696 (US) . Mississippi Moon / Groundhog Rootin' In My Backyard (Blue Yodel No 10)
09/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23711 (US) . Down The Old Road To Home / Hobo's Medidation
10/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23721 (US) . Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Mother The Queen Of My Heart
12/1932 78 t. VICTOR 23736 (US) . Miss The Mississippi And You / In The Hills Of Tennessee
01/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23751 (US) . Whippin' That Old TB / No Hard Times
02/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23766 (US) . Gambling Barroom Blues / Long Tall Mama Blues
04/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23781 (US) . Peach Pickin' Time Down In Georgia / Prairie Lullaby
05/1933 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5037 (US) . Looking For A New Mama / Gambling Bar Room Blues
06/1933 78 t. VICTOR 24456 (US) . Barefoot Blues (Blue Yodel No 12) / Cowhand's Last Ride
06/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23796 (US) . Sweet Mama Hurry Home / Barefoot Blues (Blue Yodel No 12)
07/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23811 (US) . Southern Cannonball / Land Of My Boyhood Dreams
07/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23816 (US) . Mississippi Delta Blues / Old Pal Of My Heart
07/1933 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5080 (US) . Mother The Queen Of My Heart / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia
09/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23830 (US) . Yodeling Ranger / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now
09/1933 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5136 (US) . Mississippi Moon / Old Pal Of My Heart
10/1933 78 t. VICTOR 23840 (US) . Old Love Letters / Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line
12/1933 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5281 (US) . Fifteen Years Ago Today / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel
04/1935 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5892 (US) . Why Did You Give Me Your Love / I've Ranged I've Roamed I've Traveled
05/1935 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-5942 (US) . My Food Gal's Gone Blues / Blue Yodel No 11
11/1936 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-6698 (US) . We Miss Him When The Evening Shadows Fall (Jimmie RODGERS) / Why There's A Tear In My Eye (CARTER FAMILY & Jimmie RODGERS)
01/1937 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-6762 (US) . Where Is My Sailor Boy (MONROE BROTHERS) / Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas (CARTER FAMILY & Jimmie RODGERS)
02/1937 78 t. BLUEBIRD B-6810 (US) . I've Only Loved Three Women (Jimmie RODGERS) / That Wonderful City (CARTER FAMILY & Jimmie RODGERS)
1937 78 t. MONTGOMERY WARD M 7137 (US) . CARTER FAMILY & Jimmie RODGERS - Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / That Wonderful City
1937 78 t. MONTGOMERY WARD M 7138 (US) . I've Only Loved Three Woman (Jimmie RODGERS) / Why There's A Tear In My Eye (CARTER FAMILY & Jimmie RODGERS)
1937 78 t. MONTGOMERY WARD M 7139 (US) . Yodeling My Baby Back Home / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes
12/1937 78 t. MONTGOMERY WARD M 7280 (US) . One Rose / Yodeling My Baby Back Home
05/1938 78 t. MONTGOMERY WARD M 7600 (US) . Take Me Back Again / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes
1950 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-10 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS - VOL. 1
1950 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-11 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS - VOL. 2
1951 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-21 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 1
1951 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-22 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 2
1951 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-23 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 3
195? EP RCA VICTOR WPT-6 (US) IMMORTAL PERFORMANCES
1951 EP RCA VICTOR WPT-21 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - YODELING YOURS - VOL. 1
1951 EP RCA VICTOR WPT-22 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - YODELING YOURS - VOL. 2
1951 EP RCA VICTOR WPT-23 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - YODELING YOURS - VOL. 3
1952 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-409 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 4
1952 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-410 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 5
1952 EP RCA VICTOR EPAT-411 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - VOL. 6
1952 2 EP RCA VICTOR EPBT-3073 (US) TRAVELIN' BLUES
04/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6092 (US) . In The Jailhouse Now No 2 - / Peach Picking Time In Georgia
08/1955 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6205 (US) . Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Mother The Queen Of My Heart
1955 2 EP RCA VICTOR EPB-1232 (US) NEVER NO MO' BLUES - JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM
01/1956 SP RCA VICTOR 47-6408 (US) . Never No Mo' Blues / Daddy And Home
1956 EP RCA VICTOR EPA-793 (US) NEVER NO MO' BLUES - JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM
1958 EP RCA VICTOR EPA-5097 (US) THE LEGENDARY JIMMIE RODGERS
1960 SP SONET T 7091 (DK) On The Beach (PLAYMATES) / Waltzing Mathilda (Jimmie Rodgers)

Albums

1952 LP 10" RCA VICTOR LPM-3037 (US) MEMORIAL ALBUM 1 - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / Big Chief Buffalo Nickel (Desert Blues) / I'm Sorry We Met / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No 3) / Frankie And Johnny / My Old Pal / Away Out On The Mountain / Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling The Blues Away)
1952 LP 10" RCA VICTOR LPM-3038 (US) MEMORIAL ALBUM 2 - Waiting For A Train / California Blues (Blue Yodel No 4) / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Sleep Baby Sleep / My Lovin' Gal Lucille (Blue Yodel No 2) / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Never No Mo' Blues / Daddy And Home
1952 LP 10" RCA VICTOR LPM-3039 (US) MEMORIAL ALBUM 3 - Pistol Packin' Papa / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / You And My Old Guitar / Prairie Lullaby / Old Pal Of My Heart / My Little Lady (Saddie Brown) / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Midnight Turning Day Blues (Blue Yodel No 6)
1952 LP 10" RCA VICTOR LPM-3073 (US) TRAVELIN' BLUES - Home Call / Travelin' Blues / In The Jailhouse Now No 2 / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No 7) / Miss The Mississippi And You / Mother The Queen Of My Heart
1956 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-1232 (US) NEVER NO MO' BLUES - Never No Mo' Blues / Daddy And Home / California Blues (Blue Yodel No 4) / Waiting For A Train / You And My Old Guitar / Prairie Lullaby / Midnight Turning Day Blues (Blue Yodel No 6) / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Mean Mama Blues / Pistol Packin' Papa / Old Pal Of My Heart / My Little Lady (Saddie Brown).
1958 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-1640 (US) TRAIN WHISTLE BLUES - Train Whistle Blues / Treasure Untold / Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Blue Yodel No 5 / My Little Ole Home Down In New Orleans / High Powered Mama / No Hard Times / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / My Good Gal's Gone / Down The Old Road To Home / Let Me Be Your Side Track / Lullaby Yodel / Any Old Time / Mississippi Delta Blues
1960 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-2112 (US) MY ROUGH AND ROWDY WAYS - Women Make A Fool Out Of Me (Last Blue Yodel) / Mississippi Moon / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No 9) / My Blue Eyed Jane / One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) / Southern Cannonball / Long Tall Mama Blues / In The Jailhouse Now No 2 / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / Travelin' Blues / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling The Blues Away) / Away Out On The Mountain
1960 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-2213 (US) JIMMIE THE KID - Jimmie The Kid / Barefoot Blues (Blue Yodel No 12) / Frankie And Johnny / Miss The Mississippi And You / My Lovin' Gal Lucille (Blue Yodel No 2) / Sleep Baby Sleep / Home Call, My Old Pal / Looking For A New Mama / Memphis Yodel / Anniversary (Blue Yodel No 7) / Mother The Queen Of My Heart / I'm Sorry We Met / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No 3) / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Desert Blues
1962 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-2531 (US) COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME - Sweet Mama Hurry Home Or I'll Be Gone / I'm Lonesome Too / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Cowhand's Last Ride / Yodeling Cowboy / Dreaming With Texas In My Eyes / Roll Along Kentucky Moon / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / For The Sake Of The Days Gone By / Soldier's Sweetheart / Gambling Barroom Blues / Sailor's Plea / Old Love Letters (Bring Memories Of You) / She Was Happy Till She Met You / Mississippi River Blues / TB Blues
1963 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-2634 (US) SHORT BUT BRILLIANT LIFE - Hobo's Meditation / Take Me Back Again / Ninety Nine Year Blues / In The Jailhouse Now / I'm Lonely And Blue / Groundhog Rootin' In My Backyard (Blue Yodel No 10) / Drunkard's Child / Why Should I Be Lonely / Nobody Knows But Me / Years Ago / Blue Yodel No 11 / Moonlight And Skies / Whippin' That Old TB / Yodeling My Way Back Home / Everybody Does It In Hawaii / Rock All Our Babies To Sleep
1964 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LPM-2865 (US) MY TIME AIN'T LONG - (Jimmy RODGERS & The CARTER FAMILY) - My Time Ain't Long / That's Why I'm Blue / Mystery Of No 5 / Those Gambler's Blues / Land Of My Boyhood Dreams / Why Did You Give Me Your Love / My Mother Was A Lady / I've Ragged I've Roamed And I've Traveled / Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / Why There's A Tear In My Eye / Wonderful City / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / I've Only Loved Three Women / In The Hills Of Tennessee / What's It
1965 LP 12" RCA VICTOR LSP-3315 (US) THE BEST OF THE LEGENDARY - Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Away Out On The Mountain / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / Roll Along Kentucky Moon / Mystery Of No 5 / Why Should I Be Lonely / Moonlight And Skies / Any Old Time / Waiting For A Train / Mother The Queen Of My Heart / Why Did You Give Me Your Love / Daddy And Home
1973 2 LP 12" RCA VICTOR VPS-6091 (US) THIS IS JIMMIE RODGERS - Any Old Time / Away Out On The Mountain / T For Texas / California Blues / Mule Skinner Blues / The Brakeman's Blues / Daddy And Home / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Frankie And Johnnie / In The Jalhouse Now / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / My Old Pal / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Never No Mo' Blues / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / Treasures Untold / Waiting For A Train / Pistol Packin' Papa
1975 LP 12" RCA VICTOR ANL1 1052 (US) ALL ABOUT TRAINS - HANK SNOW & JIMMIE RODGERS - Ben Dewberry's Final Run / The Brakeman's Blues / Waiting For A Train / Train Whistle Blues / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / + Hank SNOW
1978 LP 12" RCA VICTOR CPL1-2504 (US) A LEGENDARY PERFORMER - Sleep Baby Sleep / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / In The Jailhouse Now No 2 / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / You And My Old Guitar / Whippin' That Old TB / TB Blues / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Old Love Letters (Bring Memories Of You) / Home Call
1989 CD ASV 5058-2 (UK) MY OLD PAL - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Away Out On The Mountain / Frankie And Johnny / Gambling Bar Room Blues / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / My Old Pal / Daddy And Home / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Why There's A Tear In My Eye (Jimmie RODGERS & The CARTER SISTERS) / We Miss Him When The Evening Shadows Fall / Never No No' Blues / She's Long, She's Tall (Blue Yodel No. 3) / I'm Sorry We Met / Blue Yodel No. 5 / Any Old Time / Lullaby Yodel / Looking For A New Mama
1990 CD ROUNDER 1056 (US) FIRST SESSIONS - 1927-1928 - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No 1) / Soldier's Sweetheart / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Sleep Baby Sleep / My Mother Was A Lady / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Away Out On The Mountain / Treasure Untold / My Lovin' Gal Lucille (Blue Yodel No 2) / Sailor's Plea / In The Jailhouse Now / Memphis Yodel / Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling The Blues Away) / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No 3)
1990 CD ROUNDER 1057 (US) THE EARLY YEARS - 1928-1929 - My Little Lady / California Blues (Blue Yodel No 4) / Daddy And Home / Lullaby Yodel / You And My Old Guitar / Big Chief Buffalo Nickel (Desert Blues) / Never No Mo' Blues / Mississippi Moon / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / I'm Lonely And Blue (alternate version) / I'm Lonely And Blue / Waiting For A Train / My Old Pal / My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans / Blue Yodel No 5 / Any Old Time
1991 CD ROUNDER 1058 (US) ON THE WAY UP - 1929 - High Powered Mama / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Frankie And Johnny (alternate version) / Frankie And Johnny / I'm Sorry We Met / Train Whistle Blues / Everybody Does It In Hawaii / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Home Call / Midnight Turning Day Blues (Blue Yodel No 6) / Yodeling Cowboy / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Land Of My Boyhood Dreams / Land Of My Boyhood Dreams (alternate version) / Whisper Your Mother's Name / I've Ranged I've Roamed I've Travelled / Hobo Bill's Last Ride
1991 CD ROUNDER 1059 (US) RIDING HIGH - 1929-1930 - Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No 7) / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No 7) (alternate version) / That's Why I'm Blue / Mississippi River Blues / Mississippi River Blues (alternate version) / She Was Happy Till She Met You / Blue Yodel No 11 / Drunkard's Child / Nobody Knows But Me / Moonlight And Skies / Why Did You Give Me Your Love (alternate version) / Why Did You Give Me Your Love / Pistol Packin' Papa / Why Should I Be Lonely / Take Me Back Again / Those Gambler's Blues / My Blue Eyed Jane
1991 CD ROUNDER 1060 (US) AMERICA'S BLUE YODLER - 1930-1931 - Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No 8) / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / I'm Lonesome Too / Mystery Of Number Five / One Rose (That's Left In My Heart) / In The Jailhouse Now / For The Sake Of Days Gone By / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No 9) / TB Blues / Travelin' Blues / Travelin' Blues (alternate version) / Why There's A Tear In My Eye / Jimmie The Kid / Jimmie The Kid (alternate version) / Wonderful City / Let Me Be Your Side Track / Let Me Be Your Side Track (alternate version)
1991 CD ROUNDER 1061 (US) DOWN THE OLD ROAD - 1931-1932 - Looking For A New Mama / Looking For A New Mama (alternate version) / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family / Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / My Good Gal's Gone Blues / My Good Gal's Gone Blues (alternate version) / Southern Cannonball / Roll Along Kentucky Moon / What's It, My Time Ain't Long / Hobo's Meditation / Ninety-Nine Years Blues / Mississippi Moon / Down The Old Road To Home
1991 CD ROUNDER 1062 (US) NO HARD TIMES - 1932 - Groundhog Rootin' In My Backyard (Blue Yodel No 10) / Whippin' Out That Old TB / Whippin' Out That Old TB (alternate version) / Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Home Call / Mother The Queen Of My Heart / No Hard Times / No Hard Times (alternate version) / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / Long Tall Mama Blues / Gambling Barroom Blues / I've Only Loved Three Women / In The Hills Of Tennessee / Prairie Lullaby / Miss The Mississippi And You / Sweet Mama Hurry Home
1991 CD ROUNDER 1063 (US) LAST SESSIONS - 1933 - Barefoot Blues (Blue Yodel No 12) / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes (alternate version) / Cowhand's Last Ride / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / Yodeling My Way Back Home / Women Make A Fool Out Of Me (Last Blue Yodel) / Yodeling Ranger / Old Pal Of My Heart / Years Ago / Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line / Old Love Letters (Bring Memories Of You) / Mississippi Delta Blues
03/1992 6 CD BEAR FAMILY BCD 15540 (GER) THE SINGING BRAKEMAN :
CD 1 : The Soldier's Sweetheart / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Mother Was A Lady / Blue Yodel / Away Out On The Mountain / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Treasures Untold / The Brakeman's Blues / The Sailor's Plea / In The Jailhouse Now / Blue Yodel #2 / Memphis Yodel / Blue Yodel #3 / My Old Pal / Mississippi Moon / My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans / You And My Old Guitar / Daddy And Home / My Little Lady / I'm Lonely And Blue / Lullaby Yodel / Never No Mo'Blues
CD 2 : My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Blue Yodel #4 / Waiting For A Train / I'm Lonely And Blue / Desert Blues / Any Old Time / Blue Yodel #5 / High Powered Mama / I'm Sorry We Met / Everybody Does It In Hawaii / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Train Whistle Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Frankie And Johnny / Frankie And Johnny / Homecall / Homecall / Whisper Your Mother's Name / The Land Of My Boyhood Dreams / The Land Of My Boyhood Dreams / Blue Yodel #6 / Yodeling Cowboy / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / I've Ranged, I've Roamed, I've Travelled / I've Ranged, I've Roamed, I've Travelled / Hobo Bill's Last Ride
CD 3 : Mississippi River Blues / Mississippi River Blues / Nobody Knows But Me / Anniversary Blue Yodel / Anniversary Blue Yodel / She Was Happy Till She Met You / Blue Yodel #11 / Blue Yodel #11 / A Drunkard's Child / That's Why I'm Blue / Why Did You Give Me Your Love / Why Did You Give Me Your Love / My Blued Eyed Jane / Why Should I Be Lonely / Moonlight And Skies / Pistol Packin' Papa / Take Me Back Again / Those Gambler's Blues / I'm Lonesome Too / The One Rose / For The Sake Of Days Gone By / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / The Mistery Of Number Five / Blue Yodel #8
CD 4 : In The Jailhouse Now #2 / Blue Yodel #9 / T. B. Blues / T. B. Blues / Travellin Blues / Travellin Blues / Travellin Blues / Jimmie The Kid / Jimmie The Kid / Why There's A Tear In My Eye (with Sara CARTER) / The Wonderful City (with Sara CARTER) / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family / The Carter Family & Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / Looking For A New Mama / Looking For A New Mama / What's It? / My Good Gal's Gone / My Good Gal's Gone / Southern Cannonball
CD 5 : Roll Along Kentucky Moon / Roll Along Kentucky Moon / Hobo's Meditation / Hobo's Meditation / My Time Ain't Long / Ninety Nine Year Blues / Mississippi Moon / Mississippi Moon / Down The Old Road To Home / Blue Yodel #10 / Home Call / Rock All My Babies To Sleep / Whippin' That Old T. B. / Whippin' That Old T.B. / No Hard Times / No Hard Times / Long Tall Mama Blues / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / Gambling Bar Room Blues / I've Only Loved Three Women / In The Hills Of Tennessee / Prairie Lullaby / Miss The Mississippi And You
CD 6 : Sweet Mama Hurry Home / Blue Yodel, #12 / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / The Cowhand's Last Ride / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / Yodeling My Back Home / Jimmie Rodger's Last Blue Yodel / The Yodeling Ranger / Old Pal Of My Heart / Old Love Letters / Mississippi Delta Blues / Somewhere Below The Mason Dixon Line / Years Ago / The Singing Brakeman (The Movie Soundtrack) / The Pullman Porters / In The Jailhouse Now, #2 / Mule Skinner Blues / Peach Picking Time Down In Georgia / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Never No Mo' Blues / Blue Yodel, #1 / Daddy And Home / Memphis Yodel
11/1992 CD ASV 5042-2 (UK) TRAIN WHISTLE BLUES - Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / Southern Cannonball / Jimmie The Kid / Travellin' Blues / Mystery Of Number Five / Memphis Yodel / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Waiting For A Train / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Blue Yodel No. 7 (Anniversary Blue Yodel) / Brakeman's Blues (Yodelling The Blues Away) / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Hobo's Meditation / Train Whistle Blues
03/1996 CD DELTA 12746 (US) AMERICAN LEGENDS - Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Peach Pickin' Time Down In Georgia / Pistol Packin' Papa / Nobody Knows But Me / Mississippi River Blues / Blue Yodel #9 (Standin' On The Corner) / A Drunkard's Child / Blue Yodel #10 / Blue Yodel #11 / Moonlight And Skies / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Those Gamblers' Blues
05/1996 3 CD DELTA DISTRIBUTION 55587 (US) AMERICAN LEGENDS COLLECTION - BOB WILLS - JIMMIE RODGERS - HANK WILLIAMS :
CD 1 : BOB WILLS
CD 2 : JIMMIE RODGERS : Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Peach Pickin' Time Down In Georgia / Pistol Packin' Papa / Nobody Knows But Me / Mississippi River Blues / Blue Yodel #9 (Standin' On The Corner) / A Drunkard's Child / Blue Yodel #10 / Blue Yodel #11 / Moonlight And Skies / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Those Gamblers' Blues
CD 3 : HANK WILLIAMS
04/1997 CD RCA 67500 (US) THE ESSENTIAL JIMMIE RODGERS - Away Out On the Mountain / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Daddy And Home / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / In The Jailhouse Now / Memphis Yodel / My Old Pal / My Lovin' Gal, Lucille (Blue Yodel No. 2) / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Brakeman's Blues / Sailor's Plea / My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans / Never No Mo' Blues / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) / I'm Lonely And Blue / Waiting For A Train / Frankie And Johnny / Pistol Packin' Papa / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8) / T.B. Blues
04/1997 CD COLLECTABLES 2700 (US) THE JIMMIE RODGERS MEMORIAL ALBUM - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Away Out On The Mountain  / Frankie And Johnny  / Brakeman's Blues (Yodelling The Blues Away) / My Old Pal / Desert Blues / I'm Sorry We Met / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 3) / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / My Lovin' Gal, Lucille (Blue Yodel No. 2) / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Never No Mo' Blues / Daddy And Home / Waiting For A Train / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Blue Yodel No. 6 / Pistol Packin' Papa / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / You And My Old Guitar / Prairie Lullaby / Old Pal Of My Heart / My Little Lady
06/1997 CD PEARL 7814 (US) FATHER OF COUNTRY MUSIC - You And My Old Guitar / My Little Lady / Prairie Lullaby / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Pistol Packin' Papa / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / I've Only Loved Three Women / Any Old Time / I'm Lonesome Too / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Blue Yodel No. 10 / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Never No Mo' Blues / Looking For A New Mama / No Hard Times / Gambling Bar Room Blues / Frankie And Johnny / My Old Pal / Jimmie The Kid / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Old Pal Of My Heart / Sweet Mama Hurry Home / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon
02/1998 CD EMPRESS 806 (CAN) YODELLING RANGER - Jimmie The Kid / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon / Looking For A New Mama / Round Up Time Out West / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Yodeling My Way Back Home / Gambling Bar Room Blues / In The Hills Of Tennessee / Old Pal Of My Heart / My Lovin' Gal, Lucille (Blue Yodel No. 2) / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / She Was Happy Till She Met You / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / I'm Lonesome Too / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (Women Make A Fool Out Of Me) / Yodeling Ranger / Mississippi Moon / Prairie Lullaby / Down The Old Road To Home / Years Ago / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family / Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas
1999 CD PRISMS LEISURE 532 (US) THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / The Soldier's Sweetheart / The Brakeman's Blues / Waiting For A Train / My Little Lady / Frankie And Johnny / Gambling Bar Room Blues / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon / Never No Mo' Blues / Blue Yodel No. 10 / Miss The Mississippi And You / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / Pistol Packin' Papa / T.B. Blues / Mississippi River Blues / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / Yodeling Cowboy / Old Pal Of My Heart / The Sailor's Plea / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Train Whistle Blues / Any Old Time / Women Make A Fool Out Of Me (Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel)
06/2000 CD COUNTRY STARS 55459 (US) THE SINGING BRAKEMAN - Soldier's Sweetheart / T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Away Out On The Mountain / In The Jailhouse Now / Brakeman's Blues / She's Long, She's Tall (Blue Yodel No. 3) / Daddy And Home / My Little Lady / Waiting For A Train / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) / Train Whistle Blues / Drunkard's Child / My Blue-Eyed Jane / For The Sake Of Days Gone By / Mystery Of Number Five / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8) / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 7) / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / Wonderful City / My Good Gal's Gone Blues / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon / Old Love Letters
07/2000 CD KING 3824 (US) COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME : 1961 - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / Away Out On The Mountain / In The Jailhouse Now / Waiting For A Train / Frankie And Johnny / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8) / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (Women Make A Fool Out Of Me) / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / T.B. Blues / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart
01/2001 2 CD RECALL 396 (UK) STANDING ON THE CORNER :
CD 1 : Ninety Nine Year Blues / Blues Yodel, No. 1 (T For Texas) / Nobody Knows But Me / Mississippi Delta Blues / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / I've Only Loved Three Women / Jimmie Rogers Meets The Carter Family / Home Call / The Sailor's Plea / Jimmie The Kid / Memphis Yodel / In The Jailhouse Now / Waiting For A Train / Old Love Letters / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / You And My Old Guitar / Where There's A Tear In My Eye / Never No Mo' Blues
CD 2 : Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 3) / Away Out On The Mountain / Frankie And Johnny / T.B. Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 6 / Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line / Take Me Back Again / My Little Lady / The Wonderful City / Blue Yodel, No. 5 / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Those Gambler's Blues / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Pistol Packin' Papa / The Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / Looking for A New Mama / Blue Yodel, No. 12 / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (Women Make A Fool Out Of Me)
03/2001 CD ST. CLAIR 326 (US) JIMMIE RODGERS - In The Jailhouse Now / Waiting For A Train / T.B. Blues / Frankie And Johnny / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Pistol Packin' Papa / Any Old Time / I'm Free from The Chain Gang Now / Whippin' That Old T.B. / Desert Blues / Miss The Mississippi And You / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Gambling Bar Room Blues / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / Hobo's Meditation / High Powered Mama / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Hobo Bill's Last Ride
04/2001 CD CATFISH 187 (US) BRAKEMAN'S BLUES - T For Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) / In The Jailhouse Now / Gambling Bar Room Blues / My Lovin' Gal, Lucille (Blue Yodel No. 2) / Somewhere Down Below The Dixon Line / She's Long, She's Tall (Blue Yodel No. 3) / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4) / Frankie And Johnny / Brakeman's Blues / T.B. Blues / Blue Yodel No. 5 / Travelin' Blues / Blue Yodel No. 6 / Pistol Packin' Papa / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 7) / Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8) / Train Whistle Blues / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / Mississippi River Blues / Blue Yodel No. 10 / Blue Yodel No. 11 / Blue Yodel No. 12 / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (Women Make A Fool Out Of Me)
07/2002 2 CD FREMEAUX ? (F) CAMDEN - ATLANTA - NEW YORK - DALLAS - HOLLYWOOD :
CD 1 : Blue Yodel, No. 1 / Brakeman's Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 2 / Memphis Yodel / Blue Yodel, No. 3 / My Little Lady / Never No Mo' Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 4 / Blue Yodel, No. 5 / High Powered Mama / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Train Whistle Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 6 / Nobody Knows But Me / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel, No. 7) / Blue Yodel, No. 11 / Those Gambler's Blues
CD 2 : Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 8 / Blue Yodel, No. 9 / T.B. Blues / Jimmie The Kid / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / Looking For A New Mama / My Good Gal's Gone Blues / Ninety Nine Years Blues / Blue Yodel, No. 10 / Whippin' That Old T.B. / No Hard Times / Long Tall Mama Blues / Gambling Bar Room Blues /  Blue Yodel, No. 12 / Jimmie Rodger's Last Blue Yodel / Mississippi Delta Blues
09/2002 CD RCA 65129 (US) RCA COUNTRY LEGENDS - Blues Yodel, No. 1 (T For Texas) / Mississippi Delta Blues / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / My Blue-Eyed Jane / Train Whistle Blues / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack [#] / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / My Good Gal's Gone Blues [#] / Travellin' Blues / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / Miss The Mississippi And You / Any Old Time / Why There's A Tear In My Eye / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / No Hard Times / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel
10/2002 5 CD JSP 7704 (UK)

RECORDINGS 1927-1933 :
CD 1 : Soldier's Sweetheart / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Mother Was A Lady / Blues Yodel, No. 1 (T For Texas) / Away Out On The Mountain / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Treasures Untold / Brakeman's Blues / Sailor's Plea / In The Jailhouse Now / My Lovin' Gal, Lucille (Blue Yodel No. 2) / Memphis Yodel / Evening Sun Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 3) / My Old Pal / My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans / You and My Old Guitar / Daddy And Home / My Little Lady / Lullaby Yodel / Never No Mo' Blues / My Carolina Sunshine Girl / California Blues (Blue Yodel No. 4)
CD 2 : Waiting For A Train / I'm Lonely And Blue / Desert Blues / Any Old Time / Blue Yodel, No. 5 / High Powered Mama / I'm Sorry We Met / Everybody Does It In Hawaii / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Train Whistle Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Frankie And Johnnie / Whisper Your Mother's Name / Land Of My Boyhood Dreams / Blue Yodel, No. 6 / Yodeling Cowboy / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / I've Ranged, I've Roamed, I've Traveled / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Mississippi River Blues / Nobody Knows But Me / Anniversary Blue Yodel (Blue Yodel No. 7) / She Was Happy Till She Met You
CD 3 : Blue Yodel, No. 11 / Drunkard's Child / That's Why I'm Blue / Why Did You Give Me Your Love? / My Blue Eyed Jane / Why Should I Be Lonely / Moonlight And Skies / Pistol Packin' Papa / Take Me Back Again / Those Gambler's Blues / I'm Lonesome Too / One Rose / For the Sake Of Days Gone By / Jimmie's Mean Mama Blues / Mystery Of Number Five / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / In the Jailhouse Now, No. 2 / Standin' On The Corner (Blue Yodel No. 9) / T.B. Blues / Travelin' Blues / Jimmie The Kid / Why There's A Tear In My Eye / Wonderful City
CD 4 : Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Jimmie Rodgers Visits The Carter Family / Carter Family And Jimmie Rodgers In Texas / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / Looking For A New Mama / What Is It? / My Good Gal's Gone Blues / Southern Cannon Ball / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon / Hobo's Meditation / Ninety Nine Year Blues / Mississippi Moon / Down The Old Road To Home / Blue Yodel No. 10 / Home Call / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / Whippin' That Old T.B.
CD 5 : No Hard Times / Long Tall Mama Blues / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / Gambling Bar Room Blues / I've Only Loved Three Women / In the Hills Of Tennessee / Prairie Lullaby / Miss The Mississippi And You / Sweet Mama Hurry Home / Blue Yodel, No. 12 / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / Cowhand's Last Ride / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / Yodeling My Way Back Home / Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel (Women Make A Fool Out Of Me) / Yodeling Ranger / Old Pal Of My Heart / Old Love Letters / Mississippi Delta Blues / Somewhere Down Below The Mason Dixon Line / Years Ago
2002 CD JBM 119019 (F) LES TRIOMPHES DE LA COUNTRY MUSIC - The Soldier's Sweetheart / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Blue Yodel No. 1 (T. For Texas) / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Brakeman Blues / Treasures Untold / In The Jailhouse Now / Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues) / Waitin' For A Train / High Powered Mama / Jimmie Texas Blues / Those Gambler's Blues / Blue Yodel No. 9 / T.B. Blues / Jimmy The Kid / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / Looking For A New Mama / My Good Gal's Gone Blues / Ninety Nine Years Blues / Whippin' That Old T.B. / No Hard Times / Long Tall Mama Blues / Gambling Bar Room / Mississipi Delta Blues
09/2003 CD CASTLE MUSIC 650 (UK) COUNTRY & FOLK ROOTS - Whippin' That Old TB / Gambling Polka Dot Blues / I'm Free From The Chain Gang Now / Rock All Our Babies To Sleep / My Time Ain't Long / Mississippi Delta Blues / Somewhere Down Below The Mason Dixon Line / Years Ago / Old Pal Of My Heart / The Yodeling Ranger / Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / The Cowhand's Last Ride / Sweet Mama Hurry Home / Prairie Lullaby / In The Hills Of Tennessee / I've Only Loved Three Women / Mother, The Queen Of My Heart / Ninety-Nine Years Blues / Roll Along Kentucky Moon / Old Love Letters
11/2003 CD FABULOUS 153 (US) BLUE YODELS - The Soldiers Sweetheart / Blue Yodel No 1 / Blue Yodel No 2 (My Lovin' Gal Lucille) / Blue Yodel No 3 / Blue Yodel No 4 (California Blues) / Waiting For A Train / Blue Yodel No 5 / Train Whistle Blues / Blue Yodel No 6 / Anniversary Blue Yodel (No 7) / Blue Yodel No 8 (Muleskinners Blues) / Blue Yodel No 9 / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / The Brakeman's Blues / Blue Yodel No 10 / TB Blues / Blue Yodel No 11 / In The Jailhouse Now No 2 / Blue Yodel No 12 / Jimmie Rodger's Last Blue Yodel
08/2006 2 CD ASV LIVING ERA 2001 (US) THE SINGING BRAKEMAN :
CD 1 : The Brakeman's Blues / The Soldier's Sweetheart / Sleep, Baby, Sleep / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / Ben Dewberry's Final Run / The Sailor's Plea / In The Jailhouse Now / Blue Yodel No. 2 (My Lovin' Gal, Lucille) / Blue Yodel No. 3 (Evening Sun Yodel Or She's Long, She's Tall) / My Old Pal / My Little Old Home Down In New Orleans / My Little Lady / Never No Mo' Blues / Blue Yodel No. 4 / Waiting For A Train / Any Old Time / Blue Yodel No. 5 / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Train Whistle Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Frankie And Johnny / Blue Yodel No. 6 / Yodelling Cowboy / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Hobo Bill's Last Ride
CD 2 : Mississippi River Blues / Blue Yodel No. 7 (Anniversary Blue Yodel) / Blue Yodel No . 11 / Pistol Packin' Papa / Those Gambler's Blues / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standing On The Corner) / TB Blues / Travellin' Blues / Jimmie The Kid (Parts Of The Life Of Jimmie Rodgers) / The Wonderful City / Let Me Be Your Sidetrack / When The Cactus Is In Bloom (Round Up Time Out West) / Looking For A New Mama / My Good Gal's Gone / Roll Along, Kentucky Moon / Blue Yodel No.10 (Ground Hog Rootin' In My Back Yard) / No Hard Times / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / Gambling Bar Room Blues / Blue Yodel No. 12 (Barefoot Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 13 (Women Made A Fool Out Of Me) / Mississippi Delta Blues / Somewhere Down Below The Mason Dixon Line / Years Ago (Fifteen Years Ago Today)
08/2006 CD CASTLE PULSE 654 (UK) COUNTRY MUSIC LEGEND :
CD 1 : Blue Yodel No. 1 (T For Texas) / Blue Yodel No. 2 (My Lovin' Gal, Lucille) / Blue Yodel No. 3 (Evening Sun Yodel) / Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues) / Blue Yodel No.5 / Blue Yodel No. 6 (Midnight Turning Day Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 7 (Anniversary Blue Yodel) / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standin' On The Corner) / Blue Yodel No. 10 (Ground Hog Rootin' In My Back Yard) / Blue Yodel No.11 / Blue Yodel No. 12 (Barefoot Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 13 (Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel - Women Made A Fool / Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling The Blues Away) / Sleep Baby, Sleep / Let Me Be Your Side Track / Train Whistle Blues / My Blue Eyed Jane / Away Out On The Mountain / In The Jailhouse Now No.1
CD 2 : Dreaming With Tears In My Eyes / Why There's A Tear In My Eye (with Sara CARTER) / In The Jailhouse Now No.2 / That's Why I'm Blue / Wonderful City (with Sara CARTER) / Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / I'm Lonely And Blue / I'm Sorry We Met / Tuck Away My Lonesome Blues / Jimmie's Texas Blues / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Why Did You Give Me Your Love? / T.B. Blues / Gambling Bar Room Blues / My Rough And Rowdy Ways / Hobo's Meditation / Whippin' That Old T.B. / Never No Mo' Blues / Ninety-Nine Years Blues / Waiting For A Train
03/2007 CD CASTLE PULSE 809 (UK) FAMOUS COUNTRY MUSIC MAKERS - Blue Yodel No. 1 (T For Texas) / Blue Yodel No. 2 (My Lovin' Gal, Lucille) / Blue Yodel No. 3 (Evening Sun Yodel) / Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 5 / Blue Yodel No. 6 (Midnight Turning Day Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 7 (Anniversary Blue Yodel) / Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standin' On The Corner) / Blue Yodel No. 10 (Ground Hog Rootin' In My Back Yard) / Blue Yodel No. 11 / Blue Yodel No. 12 (Barefoot Blues) / Blue Yodel No. 13 (Jimmie Rodgers' Last Blue Yodel - Women Made A Fool / Brakeman's Blues (Yodeling The Blues Away) / Train Whistle Blues / In The Jailhouse Now No. 2 / I'm Lonely And Blue / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Whippin' That Old T.B. / Waiting For A Train

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