Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 It’s So Easy Waylon Jennings 1:30
2 Walking After Midnight Patsy Cline 5 2:33
3 Yakety Axe Chet Atkins 2:03
4 Stand by Your Man Lynn Anderson 2:45
5 Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love in Town Kenny Rogers 2:55
6 Hilibilly Music Jerry Lee Lewis 2:08
7 Send Me the Pillow You Dream On Hank Locklin 2:30
8 Am I That Easy to Forget Carl Belew 2:24
9 Blue Blue Day Don Gibson 1:49
10 Wishful Thinking Donna Fargo 2:31
11 Live Last, Love Hard, Die Young Faron Young 2:18
12 Big Bad John Jimmy Dean 3:01
13 Let’s Pretend Willie Nelson 2:09
14 Puppy Love Dolly Parton 1:42
15 Mamma Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson 2:31
16 Walk on By Leroy Van Dyke 2:14
17 Yes, Mr. Peters Roy Drusky 2:42
18 If I Needed You Townes Van Zandt 3:47
19 A Fallen Star Jimmy C. Newman 2:14
20 Loose Talk Carl Smith 2:32
21 You’re the Best Thing That Ever Happened Ray Price 3:42
22 The Tennessee Waltz Patti Page 2:55
23 A Better Man Clint Black 5 3:06
24 Sixteen Tons Merle Travis 2:09
25 Baby Likes to Rock It The Tractors 3:54
CD 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Oh Lonesome Me Johnny Cash 2:29
2 Tom Dooley The Kingston Trio 3:19
3 Tender Years Johnny Paycheck 2:29
4 Blue Bayou Lynn Anderson 3:45
5 The Most Beautiful Girl Charlie Rich 3:01
6 High Noon Frankie Laine 2:45
7 I Washed My Hands in Muddy Waters Stonewall Jackson 2:53
8 Something Burning Kenny Rogers 3:49
9 Crying Waylon Jennings 2:37
10 There Goes My Everything Jack Greene 2:39
11 Country Music Is Here to Stay Ferlin Husky 3 2:56
12 Lonely Wine Mickey Gilley 2:15
13 I Will Always Love You Dolly Parton 4 3:04
14 Crazy Arms Ray Price 2:33
15 You Were Always There Donna Fargo 3:18
16 Mountain Music Alabama 5 3:40
17 South of Santa Fe Brooks & Dunn 4 3:50
18 I Can’t Find the Time Willie Nelson 2:41
19 It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels Kitty Wells 2:31
20 Mountain of Love David Houston 2:47
21 You Gave Me a Mountain Johnny Bush 4:01
22 Honky Tonk Song Webb Pierce 4 2:01
23 Walk Through This World With Me George Jones 2:17
24 What Part of No Lorrie Morgan 2:46
25 I Know What It Means Jerry Lee Lewis 2:39
CD 3
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Rawhide Frankie Laine 4.5 2:01
2 It’s Four in the Morning Faron Young 2:48
3 Rose Garden Lynn Anderson 4.5 2:52
4 Games People Play Al Hirt & Ace Cannon 2:38
5 Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright Waylon Jennings 4 2:40
6 East Bound and Down Jerry Reed 2:47
7 Cinderella Vince Gill 3:34
8 Superman Donna Fargo 2:32
9 Walting Time Willie Nelson 2:00
10 Your Cheatin’ Heart Jerry Lee Lewis 1:47
11 Three Cigarettes in a Ashtray Patsy Cline 3.35 2:15
12 Ballad of a Teenage Queen Johnny Cash 2:12
13 Hey Joe! Carl Smith 2:27
14 Crazy Dreams Conway Twitty 2:43
15 I Can’t Get Enough of You Stonewall Jackson 2:41
16 Wasted Days and Wasted Nights Freddy Fender 3:03
17 Six Days on the Road Dave Dudley 2:08
18 Please Help Me I’m Falling Hank Locklin 2:20
19 Honky Tonk Heroes Waylon Jennings 3:36
20 Going, Going, Gone Lee Greenwood 3:22
21 I’ll Share My World With You George Jones 2:29
22 City Lights Ray Price 2:54
23 Is Anybody Going to San Antone Charley Pride 2:14
24 Funny How Time Slips Away Willie Nelson 2:40
25 Country Boy Johnny Cash 2:07
CD 4
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Always on My Mind Al Hirt & Ace Cannon 3:51
2 I Forgot to Remember to Forget Jerry Lee Lewis 2:27
3 Greenback Dollar The Kingston Trio 2:48
4 Country Girl Faron Young 2:43
5 The Green Green Grass of Home Porter Wagoner 2:15
6 Chattahoochee Alan Jackson 3:58
7 Money Waylon Jennings 2:19
8 Coat of Many Colors Dolly Parton 3.5 3:05
9 Fraulein Mickey Gilley 2:10
10 I’ve Loved and Lost Again Patsy Cline 2:33
11 The Ghost Willie Nelson 1:14
12 Seminole Wind John Anderson 3:59
13 From a Jack to a King Ned Miller 2:09
14 Woman (Sensuous) Woman Don Gibson 3:16
15 She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye Kenny Rogers & The First Edition 2:23
16 Cowboy Boots Dave Dudley 2:30
17 Mornin’ Ride Lee Greenwood 3:16
18 He’ll Have to Go Jim Reeves 2:24
19 Pancho and Lefty Townes Van Zandt 3:40
20 Who Will the Next Fool Be Charlie Rich 2:22
21 Take This Job and Shove It Johnny Paycheck 2:37
22 The First Thing Every Morning Jimmy Dean 2:04
23 Slowly Webb Pierce 4.5 2:33
24 Happer Valley P.T.A. Jeannie C. Riley 3:19
25 Born to Lose Johnny Cash 1:49

Credits

CD 1

drums (drum set):
Richie Albright (1977-11) (track 15)
organ:
Barny Robertson (1977-11) (track 15)
guitar:
John Hug (1977-11) (track 15)
Chips Moman (1977-11) (track 15)
Rance Wasson (1977-11) (track 15)
Reggie Young (guitarist and songwriter) (1977-11) (track 15)
Waylon Jennings (1977-11) (track 15)
guitar [guitar harmony]:
Gordon Payne (1977-11) (track 15)
steel guitar:
Sherman Hayes (1977-11) (track 15)
Ralph Mooney (1977-11) (track 15)
background vocals:
Gordon Payne (1977-11) (track 15)
Carter Robertson (1977-11) (track 15)
Barny Robertson (1977-11) (track 15)
Becky Williams (country vocals) (1977-11) (track 15)
composer:
Joe Allison (tracks 11, 11)
Paul Anka (track 14)
Jimmy Dean (tracks 12, 12)
Don Gibson (track 9)
Kendall Hayes (country music songwriter) (track 16)
Don Hecht (track 2)
Vaughn Horton (track 6)
James Joiner (track 19)
Hank Locklin (track 7)
Mel Tillis (track 5)
Merle Travis (track 24)
Townes Van Zandt (track 18)
James D. Weatherly (American singer/songwriter) (track 21)
Chet Atkins (track 3)
Alan Block (track 2)
Boots Randolph (track 3)
James Rich (track 3)
Pee Wee King (1946) (track 22)
lyricist:
Joe Allison (tracks 11, 11)
Paul Anka (track 14)
Jimmy Dean (tracks 12, 12)
Don Gibson (track 9)
Kendall Hayes (country music songwriter) (track 16)
Don Hecht (track 2)
Vaughn Horton (track 6)
James Joiner (track 19)
Hank Locklin (track 7)
Mel Tillis (track 5)
Merle Travis (track 24)
Townes Van Zandt (track 18)
Gary Walker (track 16)
James D. Weatherly (American singer/songwriter) (track 21)
Redd Stewart (1946) (track 22)
performer:
Waylon Jennings (track 15)
vocals:
Patsy Cline (track 2)
Waylon Jennings (1977-11) (track 15)
Willie Nelson (1977-11) (track 15)
writer:
Carl Belew (track 8)
Clint Black (track 23)
Ed Bruce (American country music songwriter, singer and actor) (tracks 15, 15, 15)
Patsy Bruce (tracks 15, 15, 15)
Freddie Hart (Country, Nashville Sound, US) (track 20)
Buddy Holly (1950s rock & roll singer-songwriter) (track 1)
Steve Karliski (track 17)
Larry Kolber (track 17)
Ann Lucas (track 20)
Willie Nelson (track 13)
Norman Petty (track 1)
Walt Richmond (track 25)
Steve Ripley (guitarist, leader/producer of "The Tractors") (track 25)
Billy Sherrill (US songwriter/producer/arranger) (track 4)
Shelby Singleton (track 8)
W.S. Stevenson (track 8)
Wynn Stewart (American country singer/songwriter) (track 10)
Tammy Wynette (track 4)
publisher:
Acuff-Rose Publ. (track 22)
Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music (tracks 2, 22)
MPL Communications Inc. (Paul McCartney-related, NYC-based company) (1958) (track 1)
recorded at:
Bradley Recording Studios (aka the "Quonset Hut") in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1961-08-18) (track 12)
cover recording of:
It’s So Easy (track 1)
Stand by Your Man (track 4)
Wishful Thinking (track 10)
Yes, Mr. Peters (track 17)
Tennessee Waltz (1950-10-14) (track 22)
Hillbilly Fever (1959) (track 6)
is based on:
Yakety Sax (track 3)
is the basis for:
Seize tonnes (track 24)
later parody versions:
Sixteen Tons (Parody) (track 24)
later translated versions:
Als ik eenzaam ben (track 18)
Blijf bij je man (track 4)
Is er een kans (track 4)
Loop niet voorbij (track 16)
Sie hieß Mary Ann (track 24)
Tennessee Waltz (german version) (track 22)
Tennessee Walzer (track 22)
Wenn es nötig wär (track 18)
Wer Liebe sucht (track 4)
Zestien ton (track 24)
靜心等 (track 24)
later versions:
't Is zo heerlijk (track 1)
Big Bad John (German version) (tracks 12, 12)
Du tillhör mig (track 4)
Ruby (German version) (track 5)
Tennessee Waltz (Leonard Cohen) (track 22)
recording of:
If I Needed You (track 18)
Let's Pretend (track 13)
Puppy Love (track 14)
Sixteen Tons (track 24)
Loose Talk (1954) (track 20)
A Fallen Star (1957) (track 19)
Blue Blue Day (1958 country song) (1958) (track 9)
Big Bad John (1961 song) (1961) (track 12)
Big Bad John (1961 song) (1961-08-18) (track 12)
Walk On By (Leroy Van Dyke song) (1970) (track 16)
Yakety Axe (guitar version of Yakety Sax) (1972) (track 3)
A Better Man (1989) (track 23)
Baby Likes to Rock It (1994) (track 25)
referred to in medleys:
Sentimental Journey (track 22)

CD 2

fiddle:
Johnny Gimble (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Mack Magaha (Bluegrass Fiddler) (1973-06-13) (track 13)
drums (drum set):
Ralph Gallant (1973-06-13) (track 13)
bass guitar:
R.W. McGee (1962-01-04) (track 25)
membranophone:
Al Jackson, Jr. (Booker T & The MGs drummer) (1962-01-04) (track 25)
guitar:
Roland Janes (1962-01-04) (track 25)
Brad Suggs (1962-01-04) (track 25)
Jimmy Colvard (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Dave Kirby (American session guitarist and singer/songwriter) (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Dolly Parton (1973-06-13) (track 13)
bass:
Bobby Dyson (1973-06-13) (track 13)
banjo:
Bobby Thompson (guitar & banjo player) (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Buck Trent (1973-06-13) (track 13)
steel guitar:
Stu Basore (1973-06-13) (track 13)
piano:
Hargus "Pig" Robbins (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1962-01-04) (track 25)
background vocals:
Joe Babcock (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Dolores Edgin (1973-06-13) (track 13)
June Page (1973-06-13) (track 13)
Hurshel Wiginton (1973-06-13) (track 13)
composer:
Joe Babcock (track 7)
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor) (tracks 8, 8)
Dallas Frazier (American songwriter and musician) (track 10)
Don Gibson (track 1)
Stan Kesler (track 25)
J.D. Miller (track 19)
Dolly Parton (track 13)
Wayne Perry (songwriter) (tracks 24, 24)
Marty Robbins (track 21)
Gerald Smith (tracks 24, 24)
Roy Wells (track 12)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 2)
Harold Dorman (track 20)
Darrell Edwards (track 3)
Joe Melson (tracks 4, 9)
Roy Orbison (tracks 4, 9)
Dimitri Tiomkin (track 6)
Randy Owen (1982) (track 16)
engineer:
Tom Pick (track 13)
lyricist:
Joe Babcock (track 7)
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor) (tracks 8, 8)
Dallas Frazier (American songwriter and musician) (track 10)
Don Gibson (track 1)
Stan Kesler (track 25)
J.D. Miller (track 19)
Randy Owen (track 16)
Dolly Parton (track 13)
Wayne Perry (songwriter) (tracks 24, 24)
Marty Robbins (track 21)
Gerald Smith (tracks 24, 24)
Ned Washington (track 6)
Roy Wells (track 12)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 2)
Joe Melson (1961) (track 9)
Roy Orbison (1961) (track 9)
Joe Melson (1963) (track 4)
Roy Orbison (1963) (track 4)
producer:
Bob Ferguson (track 13)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (track 25)
vocals:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1962-01-04) (track 25)
Dolly Parton (1973-06-13) (track 13)
writer:
Larry Boone (US country singer/songwriter) (track 17)
Rory Bourke (track 5)
Kix Brooks (track 17)
Eddie Cochran (track 18)
Harold Dorman (track 20)
Ferlin Husky (track 11)
Paul Nelson (Country songwriter) (track 17)
Willie Nelson (track 18)
Buck Peddy (track 22)
Kay Savage (track 23)
Sandra Seamons (track 23)
Billy Sherrill (US songwriter/producer/arranger) (track 5)
Mel Tillis (track 22)
Ralph Mooney (1954) (track 14)
Chuck Seals (1954) (track 14)
Donna Fargo (1974) (track 15)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Record Company (1965) (track 25)
Sony Music Entertainment (not for release label use! company owned by Sony Corporation of America since Oct 1, 2008; operates worldwide except in JP) (1974) (track 13)
publisher:
Acuff Rose Music (track 10)
Acuff-Rose (track 1)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 10)
Glad Music Co. (track 3)
Glad Music Ltd. (track 3)
Husky Music (track 10)
Leo Feist, Inc. (track 6)
Mariposa Music Inc. (tracks 7, 21)
Mojave Music Inc. (track 21)
Velvet Apple Music (track 13)
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (1956) (track 14)
recorded at:
RCA Studio B (Nashville, TN) in Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1973-06-13) (track 13)
part of:
Academy Award for Best Original Song (number: 25) (order: 19) (track 6)
cover recording of:
Blue Bayou (track 4)
Crying (track 9)
Oh Lonesome Me (track 1)
Tender Years (track 3)
Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darlin’ (The Ballad of High Noon) (1951) (track 6)
I Know What It Means (1962-01-04) (track 25)
Mountain of Love (1963) (track 20)
Something's Burning (1970) (track 8)
What Part of No (1992) (track 24)
is the basis for:
Han är min sång och min glädje (Christian song with lyrics in Swedish) (track 10)
Oh ! Quelle nuit (track 1)
later translated parody versions:
later translated versions:
Als ik ga (track 13)
Ik mis je zo (track 4)
L'Amore sei tu (track 13)
Llorando (version of Orbison and Melson's "Crying") (track 9)
Mijn eiland (track 4)
Oh, doe dat niet! (track 1)
Ptačí nářečí (track 1)
Rakkauden saari (track 4)
Spiegelbeeld (track 3)
Tom Dooley (track 2)
Voor altijd van jou (track 13)
Wo bleib i? (track 1)
Ô pauvre amour (track 1)
later versions:
Solitario (track 1)
recording of:
Crazy Arms (track 14)
Honky Tonk Song (track 22)
Lonely Wine (track 12)
Mountain Music (track 16)
South of Santa Fe (track 17)
There Goes My Everything (1965 song) (track 10)
What Part of No (track 24)
Tom Dooley (1957) (track 2)
I Will Always Love You (1973-06-13) (track 13)
referred to in medleys:
Elephant Love (aka Elephant Love Medley, from Moulin Rouge!) (order: 9) (track 13)
version of:
Hey Mister (track 5)

CD 3

bass guitar:
Leo Lodner (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
membranophone:
Jimmy Van Eaton (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
guitar:
Roland Janes (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
piano:
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
arranger:
Paul Clayton (1962) (tracks 5, 5)
Bruce Langhorne (1962) (tracks 5, 5)
composer:
Bill Anderson (US country singer, songwriter & TV personality) (track 22)
Hal Blair (track 18)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 25)
Jerry Chesnut (track 2)
Jack Clement (track 12)
Donna Fargo (track 8)
Willie Nelson (tracks 9, 24)
Reed Nielsen (track 7)
Don Robertson (“Happy Whistler” songwriter) (track 18)
Billy Joe Shaver (tracks 19, 19)
Joe South (tracks 3–4)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 10)
Bob Dylan (1962) (tracks 5, 5)
Dimitri Tiomkin (track 1)
Boudleaux Bryant (1953) (track 13)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (1962) (tracks 5, 5)
Ben Wilson (1969) (track 21)
lyricist:
Bill Anderson (US country singer, songwriter & TV personality) (track 22)
Hal Blair (track 18)
Boudleaux Bryant (track 13)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 25)
Jerry Chesnut (track 2)
Jack Clement (track 12)
Donna Fargo (track 8)
Willie Nelson (tracks 9, 24)
Reed Nielsen (track 7)
Don Robertson (“Happy Whistler” songwriter) (track 18)
Billy Joe Shaver (tracks 19, 19)
Joe South (tracks 3–4)
Ned Washington (track 1)
Hank Williams (country music legend) (track 10)
Ben Wilson (track 21)
Bob Dylan (1962) (tracks 5, 5)
producer:
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (track 10)
vocals:
Patsy Cline (track 11)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
writer:
Jan Crutchfield (track 20)
Dick Feller (track 6)
Wayne Duncan (drums) (track 16)
Freddy Fender (track 16)
Earl Green (track 17)
Dave Kirby (US country singer/songwriter) (track 23)
Glenn Martin (1960s country pop) (track 23)
Eddie Miller (US country music songwriter) (track 11)
Carl Montgomery (track 17)
Jerry Reed (track 6)
W.S. Stevenson (track 11)
Conway Twitty (track 14)
phonographic copyright by:
Sun Record Company (1987) (track 10)
publisher:
Bike Music (track 4)
Hill and Range Southwind Mus S A (BMI-affiliated) (track 18)
Hiriam Music (track 10)
Knox Music Ltd. (track 25)
MCA Music Ltd. (track 1)
Newkeys Music, Inc. (track 17)
Sony/ATV Songs LLC (tracks 3, 19, 19, 24)
Warner Bros. Music (publisher; do NOT use as release label) (tracks 5, 5)
Bill Anderson Music (1958) (track 22)
Warner/Chappell (1963 – 1991) (tracks 5, 5)
Special Rider Music (1991 –) (tracks 5, 5)
cover recording of:
Cinderella (track 7)
It’s Four in the Morning (1971 song) (track 2)
Please Help Me, I’m Falling (1958) (track 18)
Your Cheatin’ Heart (1960-01-21 – 1960-01-25) (track 10)
Six Days on the Road (1963) (track 17)
Rose Garden (1970) (track 3)
Rawhide (1971) (track 1)
Honky Tonk Heroes (1973) (track 19)
Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone (1994) (track 23)
instrumental cover recording of:
Games People Play (track 4)
is the basis for:
later translated parody versions:
Schiff ei (track 1)
later translated versions:
Country Boy (German version) (track 25)
Denk ned noch (tracks 5, 5)
Il gioco continua (track 4)
Jardín de rosas (track 3)
Mach kes Gstürm (tracks 5, 5)
Zahltog (track 17)
later versions:
A Gwn Fod Popeth Yn Iawn (tracks 5, 5)
En dans på rosor (track 3)
recording of:
City Lights (track 22)
Crazy Dreams (track 14)
Going, Going, Gone (track 20)
Hey Joe (track 13)
Honky Tonk Heroes (track 19)
Superman (track 8)
Waiting Time (track 9)
Country Boy (1957) (track 25)
Ballad of a Teenage Queen (1957-11-12) (track 12)
Funny How Time Slips Away (1972) (track 24)
Wasted Days and Wasted Nights (1975) (track 16)
referred to in medleys:
version of:

CD 4

recorded in:
Nashville, Tennessee, United States (1953-11-29) (track 23)
fiddle:
Tommy Jackson (Bluegrass fiddler) (1953-11-29) (track 23)
bass guitar:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1957-08-21) (track 2)
membranophone:
Otis Jett (1957-08-21) (track 2)
pedal steel guitar:
Bud Isaacs (1953-11-29) (track 23)
guitar:
Roland Janes (1957-08-21) (track 2)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Doyle Wilburn (1953-11-29) (track 23)
bass:
unknown, probably Ike Inman (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1953-11-29) (track 23)
electric guitar:
Grady Martin (country/rockabilly guitarist) (1953-11-29) (track 23)
piano:
Owen Bradley (1953-11-29) (track 23)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-08-21) (track 2)
composer:
John Anderson (US country music singer-songwriter) (track 12)
Frankie Brown (track 25)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 25)
David Allan Coe (track 21)
Roy Drusky (track 4)
Tom T. Hall (track 24)
Baker Knight (track 16)
Eddie Miller (US country music songwriter) (track 10)
Ned Miller (track 13)
Willie Nelson (track 11)
Dolly Parton (track 8)
Charlie Rich (track 20)
Townes Van Zandt (track 19)
Lawton Williams (tracks 9, 9)
lyricist:
John Anderson (US country music singer-songwriter) (track 12)
Frankie Brown (track 25)
Johnny Cash (country music legend) (track 25)
David Allan Coe (track 21)
Roy Drusky (track 4)
Tom T. Hall (track 24)
Baker Knight (track 16)
Eddie Miller (US country music songwriter) (track 10)
Ned Miller (track 13)
Willie Nelson (track 11)
Dolly Parton (track 8)
Charlie Rich (track 20)
Townes Van Zandt (track 19)
Lawton Williams (tracks 9, 9)
producer:
Jack Clement (track 2)
Sam Phillips (Producer at Sun Records) (track 2)
vocals:
Jim Reeves (US country & pop singer) (track 18)
Webb Pierce (1953-11-29) (track 23)
Jerry Lee Lewis (Rock & Roll pianist, “The Killer”) (1957-08-21) (track 2)
Dolly Parton (1972) (track 8)
writer:
Audrey Allison (track 18)
Joe Allison (track 18)
Hoyt Axton (track 3)
Steve Bogard (Producer & writer) (track 17)
Janie Bradford (track 7)
Johnny Christopher (Guitarist) (track 1)
Jimmy Dean (track 22)
Charlie Feathers (track 2)
Doug Gilmore (track 15)
Berry Gordy (track 7)
Tommy Hill (Nashville record producer and songwriter) (track 23)
Alan Jackson (US country singer/songwriter) (track 6)
Mark James (Francis Rodney Zambon, composer of “Suspicious Minds”) (track 1)
Stan Kesler (track 2)
Jim McBride (US country songwriter) (track 6)
Mickey Newbury (American songwriter) (track 15)
Gary Paxton (track 14)
Webb Pierce (track 23)
Ken Ramsey (track 3)
Jeffrey Tweel (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
Dolly Records (Dolly Parton's own record label) (track 8)
BMG Entertainment (1959) (track 18)
Sun Record Company (1987) (track 2)
publisher:
Bike Music (track 1)
Budde Songs Inc. (track 1)
Central Songs (track 18)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 1)
Edward B. Marks Music Co. (founded originally as J. Stern & Co. in 1894, renamed in 1919) (track 2)
Holmes Creek Music (track 12)
Jobete Music (UK) (track 7)
Knox Music Ltd. (track 25)
Knox Music, Inc. (track 20)
Lovolar Music (track 1)
Peer International (track 25)
Rose Bridge Music (track 1)
Screen Gems (track 1)
Screen Gems–EMI Music, Inc. (USA, affiliated with BMI) (track 1)
Sebanine Music (track 1)
Tree Music (track 5)
Velvet Apple Music (track 8)
recorded at:
cover recording of:
Cowboy Boots (track 16)
Fraulein (track 9)
I Forgot to Remember to Forget (1957-08-21) (track 2)
instrumental cover recording of:
Always on My Mind (track 1)
is the basis for:
Telefon (track 18)
later translated versions:
Country Boy (German version) (track 25)
Er soi iaz geh' (track 18)
Gib mir Liebe (Money (That’s What I Want)) (track 7)
Niin yksin oon (track 18)
Wie mei Herzschlag (track 1)
Wie my Härzschlag (track 1)
Zonder verhaal (track 1)
常在我心間 (track 1)
later versions:
Fraulein (Eddy Mitchell song) (tracks 9, 9)
Ich bin bei dir (track 18)
Je bleef bij me (track 1)
Pas de chance (track 7)
recording of:
Born to Lose (track 25)
Country Boy (track 25)
Fraulein (track 9)
He’ll Have to Go (track 18)
Mornin’ Ride (track 17)
The Ghost (track 11)
Slowly (1953-11-29) (track 23)
Country Girl (1959) (track 4)
Who Will the Next Fool Be (1962) (track 20)
From a Jack to a King (1963) (track 13)
Greenback Dollar (1963) (track 3)
Harper Valley PTA (1968) (track 24)
Coat of Many Colors (1972) (track 8)
Pancho and Lefty (1972) (track 19)
Chattahoochee (1992) (track 6)
Seminole Wind (1992) (track 12)