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ROY ACUFF AND HIS SMOKY MOUNTAIN SONGS., Acuff, Roy
1 Acuff, Roy ROY ACUFF AND HIS SMOKY MOUNTAIN SONGS.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1943 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Good 
47pp; four full-page and centerspread illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 20 songs written by Roy Acuff, Fred Rose, and others, including: Behind Those Walls Of Gray; Cowards Over Pearl Harbor; Fire Ball Mail; I'm Building A Home (In the Sky); My Radio's Dialed (To Heaven on High); and 15 more. Binding has signs of light use. 11.75" x 8.75" 
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SONG FOLIO NO. 102., Acuff, Roy
2 Acuff, Roy SONG FOLIO NO. 102.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1945 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
48pp; portrait and six illus from photographs. Contains words and music to 20 songs, including: Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain; Blues in My Mind; Radio Station S-A-V-E-D; The Battle of Armageddon; and 16 more. 12" x 9" 
Price: 30.00 USD
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SONGS OF THE GOLDEN WEST -- Number One: Arranged and Edited by Fleming Allan., Allan, Fleming
3 Allan, Fleming SONGS OF THE GOLDEN WEST -- Number One: Arranged and Edited by Fleming Allan.
Hollywood Cross Music 1944 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
50pp3 Contains words and music to 23 cowboy songs, including: Goodbye, Prairie Rose, Goodbye; Yodeler's Romance; My Texas Queen; The Ranchboy's Lullaby; The Pendleton Trail; and 18 more. 11.75" x 8.75" On the western-themed cover is a photo of Cousin Joe Maphis (WLS-Chicago) in western clothes, with his guitar. 
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COWBOY BALLADS:  Folio No. 1., American Music, publisher
4 American Music, publisher COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 1.
Portland, Oregon American Music 1939 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: 48, (2). Contains words and music to 20 songs, including: When It's Roundup Time On The Range; On An Old Ranch Home In Arizona; Bury Me Up On The Mountain; My Ranch On The Colorado; and 16 more. Spine preserved with cloth by prior owner. 12" x 9" The cover depicts cowboys singing around a campfire at night, with an inset photo of Tex Ritter in western gear and gunbelt as he appeared in a Monogram Pictures movie. 
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COWBOY BALLADS:  Folio No. 4, American Music, publisher
5 American Music, publisher COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 4
Portland, OR American Music 1940 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: 48, (2). Contains words and music to 20 cowboy songs as sung by Tex Owens, "Radio's Original Texas Ranger." Titles include: Lonesome Cowboy; Arizona Moon; My Texas Rose; Ridin' in the Rockies; Dear Hills of Texas; and 15 more. 12.25" x 9.25" Tex Owens appears on the cover. 
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COWBOY BALLADS:  Folio No. 5, American Music, publisher
6 American Music, publisher COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 5
Portland, OR Oregon American Music 1940 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: 48, (2). Contains words and music to 20 songs as sung by Max Terhune in "Three Mesquiteers," etc. 12.25" x 9.25" 
Price: 28.00 USD
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COWBOY BALLADS:  Folio No. 6, American Music, publisher
7 American Music, publisher COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 6
Portland, OR Oregon American Music 1940 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
pp: 48, (2). Contains words and music to 20 new songs as sung by the Rodik Twins "cowgirls," and others. 12.25" x 9.25" 
Price: 28.00 USD
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COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 4  [songbook]., American Music, publisher
8 American Music, publisher COWBOY BALLADS: Folio No. 4 [songbook].
Portland, OR American Music 1940 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
pp: 48, (2). Contains words and music to 20 cowboy songs as sung by Tex Owens, "Radio's Original Texas Ranger." 12.25" x 9.25" Best remembered today as the author of the Eddy Arnold hit "Cattle Call," Tex Owens was a fixture on local radio in Kansas City and the CBS network during the 1930s and early '40s, and he was one of the first artists signed to Decca Records back in the '30s. 
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HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS--Folio No. 1: 20 New Songs, complete with words & music, guitar, ukulele & banjo chords., American Music, publisher
9 American Music, publisher HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS--Folio No. 1: 20 New Songs, complete with words & music, guitar, ukulele & banjo chords.
Portland, Oregon American Music 1939 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
48pp. Contains words and music to 20 songs featured by Patsy Montana on radio station WLS (Chicago), including: Good Old Mountain Music (Makes You Swing); Molasses Makin' Time in Caroline; The Rogue River Valley; Jenny Lee from Tennessee; Hittin' A Hill Billy Tune; and 15 more. 12" x 9" 
Price: 30.00 USD
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HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS:  Folio No. 6, American Music, publisher
10 American Music, publisher HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS: Folio No. 6
Portland, OR American Music 1941 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
50pp. Contains words and music to 22 songs featured on radio by Oscar & Elmer of Saturday Night Shindig. Titles include: Carolina Home, I Miss You; Hill-billy Harry; Mammy's Little Honey Chile; Old Cotton Head Joe; I Miss the Mississippi; and 17 more. 12" x 9" Oscar & Elmer are shown on the cover. 
Price: 24.00 USD
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HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS: Folio No. 3  [songbook],, American Music, publisher
11 American Music, publisher HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS: Folio No. 3 [songbook],
Portland, OR American Music 1941 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good 
50pp. Contains words and music to 20 songs featured on radio by Pappy Cheshire and the gang. 12.25" x 9" Pappy Cheshire and the gang, also known as National Champion Hillbillies, were heard over radio station KMOX, "The Voice of St. Louis," in the 1940s. 
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HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS: Folio No. 3 [songbook], American Music, publisher
12 American Music, publisher HOME & HILL COUNTRY BALLADS: Folio No. 3 [songbook]
Portland, Oregon American Music 1941. 1941 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12.25" x 9" 50pp Contains lyrics, music, chord symbols and frames for 22 songs featured on radio by Pappy Cheshire and the gang. Titles include: My Cumberland Valley Home; 'Way Down South in Georgia; The Orphan Blues; The Drifter; My Badlands Girl; and 17 more. Illustrated by Pappy Cheshire cover photo. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
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THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER'S WORLD'S GREATEST COLLECTION OF COWBOY SONGS, WITH YODEL ARRANGEMENT: Contains 34 Big Hits., Arkansas (Arkie) Woodchopper
13 Arkansas (Arkie) Woodchopper THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER'S WORLD'S GREATEST COLLECTION OF COWBOY SONGS, WITH YODEL ARRANGEMENT: Contains 34 Big Hits.
Chicago M.M. Cole 1931 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
66pp. Contains words and music to 34 cowboy songs, including: The Bronk That Wouldn't Bust; Cowboy's Meditation; The Melancholy Cow-boy; The Range Of The Buffalo; The Trail To Mexico; Traveling Yodler; and 28 more. 12" x 9" The cover photo shows Arkie in high-top boots and wide-brim hat, playing his guitar. 
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THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER'S WORLD'S GREATEST COLLECTION OF COWBOY SONGS, WITH YODEL ARRANGEMENTS: Contains 36 Big Hits., Arkansas (Arkie) Woodchopper
14 Arkansas (Arkie) Woodchopper THE ARKANSAS WOODCHOPPER'S WORLD'S GREATEST COLLECTION OF COWBOY SONGS, WITH YODEL ARRANGEMENTS: Contains 36 Big Hits.
Chicago M.M. Cole 1932 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
66pp. Contains words and music to 36 cowboy songs, including: The Broncho Buster; Courtship of Billy Grimes; Poor Working Girl; Little Old Sod Shanty On The Claim; The Range Of The Buffalo; Texas Cowboy; and 30 more. Spine preserved with cloth by prior owner. 12" x 9" The cover photo shows Arkie in high-top boots and wide-brim hat, playing his guitar. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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EDDY ARNOLD FOLIO OF SONGS YOU LOVE, Arnold, Eddy
15 Arnold, Eddy EDDY ARNOLD FOLIO OF SONGS YOU LOVE
Nashville Wallace Fowler 1944 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; full-page photo-portrait. Contains words and music to 20 songs, including: I'm Branded For The Range In Heaven; My Star Of Blue Has Turned To Gold; You Must Walk The Line; Gallivantin Woman; and 16 more. 12" x 9" This early Eddy Arnold songbook introduces him as "The Tennessee Plowboy," as featured on The Grand Ole Opry. On the back cover is a large photo of Eddy and His Tennessee Plowboys (see our second scan). 
Price: 25.00 USD
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EDDY ARNOLD'S FAVORITE SONGS, NUMBER 2, Arnold, Eddy
16 Arnold, Eddy EDDY ARNOLD'S FAVORITE SONGS, NUMBER 2
Beverly Hills Hill and Range Songs 1950 First Edition Original Wraps Very Good Illus from Photographs 
33pp. A page of biography precedes lyrics, melody line, piano accompaniment, guitar chords and frames to 15 cowboy songs. Titles include: A Prison without Walls; Cuddle Buggin' Baby; Little Angel with A Dirty Face; The Lovebug Itch; Why Should I Cry; and 10 more. 11.75" x 9". 
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EDDY ARNOLD'S RADIO FAVORITES: Song Book, Number A-1., Arnold, Eddy
17 Arnold, Eddy EDDY ARNOLD'S RADIO FAVORITES: Song Book, Number A-1.
Chicago Adams-Vee & Abbott 1946 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good Illus from Photographs 
48pp; 12pp illus from photographs of Arnold and other country & western stars. Contains words and music to 20 songs, including: All Alone in This World; A Tear and A Sigh; I Walk Alone; Land, Sky and Water; Old Time Jubilee; and 15 more. 11.75" x 8.75" The cover features a photograph of Eddy Arnold. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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BOB ATCHER'S HOME FOLKS FAVORITES, Atcher, Bob
18 Atcher, Bob BOB ATCHER'S HOME FOLKS FAVORITES
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1943. 1943 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 47pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chord symbols and frames for 20 songs performed by Bob Atcher. Titles include: Forever and A Day; One Careless Night; Pins and Needles; We'll Be Pals; and 16 more. Illustrated by cover, 6pp illus from photos. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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BOB ATCHER'S HOME FOLKS FAVORITES, Atcher, Bob
19 Atcher, Bob BOB ATCHER'S HOME FOLKS FAVORITES
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1943. 1943 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 12" x 9" 47pp Contains lyrics, melody lines, piano accompaniment, chord symbols and frames for 20 songs performed by Bob Atcher. Titles include: Forever and A Day; One Careless Night; Pins and Needles; We'll Be Pals; and 16 more. Illustrated by cover, 6pp illus from photos. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 28.00 USD
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BLUEGRASS DOBRO ... with Bob Lawrence. Foreword by Vassar Clements, Auldridge, Mike
20 Auldridge, Mike BLUEGRASS DOBRO ... with Bob Lawrence. Foreword by Vassar Clements
Saratoga, CA Guitar Player Books 1975. 1975 1st Edition Soft cover 
Pictorial paper covers and contents in very good condition. 11" x 8.5" 72pp Contains 12 Dobro solos as played by Mike Auldridge on his recordings, with performance hints and special tablature. Tunes include: Runnin' South; Tennessee Stud; House of the Rising Sun; Struttin' the Blues; and eight more. Illustrated by text illus from photographs. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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THE MOUNTAIN BROADCAST AND PRAIRIE RECORDER: Special Gene Autry edition, inscribed and signed by Gene Autry., Autry, Gene
21 Autry, Gene THE MOUNTAIN BROADCAST AND PRAIRIE RECORDER: Special Gene Autry edition, inscribed and signed by Gene Autry.
NY Mountain Broadcast Publ. Co. September 1945 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Good + Signed
35pp; text illus from photographs; lower corner dogeared. 11" x 8.5" Signed by Gene Autry in pencil, with a lighthearted, personal inscription above his cover photo: "Sleeps in NY ____ / While I'm out Working / You let some jerk in / Gene Autry." [Written lightly and not visible on scan.] Also featured in this issue: Pvt. Dick Graham; The Fruit Jar Drinkers; Uncle Dave Macon; Roy Acuff; Minnie Pearl; Ernest Tubb; Bill Monroe; Mountain Melody Boys; Jamup and Honey; Pee Wee King; Tennessee Plowboys; Shorty Long; Murray Sisters; Curly Fox and Texas Ruby; and others. 
Price: 75.00 USD
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THE HAYLOFT GANG:  The Story of the National Barn Dance., Berry, Chad, editor
22 Berry, Chad, editor THE HAYLOFT GANG: The Story of the National Barn Dance.
Urbana Univ of Illinois Press 2008 139780252075575 First paperback edition Original Wraps Fine 
pp: xi, 215, (4); text illus from photographs. 10" x 7" The National Barn Dance broadcast country & western music from radio station WLS-Chicago during the 1930s and 1940s. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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BAN-BOW:  A Plectrum Banjo Solo with Piano Accompaniment Composed and arranged by Wm. D (
23 Bowen, William D. BAN-BOW: A Plectrum Banjo Solo with Piano Accompaniment Composed and arranged by Wm. D ("Banjo Bill") Bowen
NY J.P. Grant 1927 First edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
8pp. Contains music for banjo solo and for piano, with a picture of Banjo Bill inset on the cover. Laid in is a one-page, pictorial "banjography" by Lew Green, calling Bill "one of the greatest banjo technicians of all time...." 12" x 9" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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NIFTY NOTES:  A Plectrum Banjo Solo Composed and arranged by
24 Bowen, William D. NIFTY NOTES: A Plectrum Banjo Solo Composed and arranged by "Banjo Bill" Bowen
NY J. Pitman Grant 1925 First edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
8pp. Contains music for banjo solo and for piano, with a picture of Banjo Bill inset on the illustrated cover. 12" x 9" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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BILL BOYD SONG BOOK: Cowboy Songs, Home Songs, Western Songs, Mountain Songs., Boyd, Bill
25 Boyd, Bill BILL BOYD SONG BOOK: Cowboy Songs, Home Songs, Western Songs, Mountain Songs.
Chicago M.M. Cole 1944 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
96pp; 25 candid photo-illus of Bill Boyd as a western movie star and songwriter. Contains words and music to 86 songs, written or co-authored, and sung by Bill Boyd, including: Colorado Moon Calls; Cry Away Your Blues; Empty Mail-box Blues; High Cotton Blues; Ida, from Idaho; Mountain Jive; Old Guitar; Rainbow Canyon; The Watermelon Man; and 77 more. 11.75" x 8.75" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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ELTON BRITT'S COLLECTION OF FAMOUS RECORDED SONGS: Including "There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere,"  Bluebird Record No. 8-9000.  Book 1.  Edited, compiled and arranged by Shelby Darnell., Britt, Elton
26 Britt, Elton ELTON BRITT'S COLLECTION OF FAMOUS RECORDED SONGS: Including "There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere," Bluebird Record No. 8-9000. Book 1. Edited, compiled and arranged by Shelby Darnell.
NY Bob Miller 1943 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
34pp. Contains a foreword about Britt and his career, along with words and music to 14 songs, including: Buddy Boy; Driftwood on the River; Missouri Joe; Pinto Pal; Rocky Mountain Lullaby; and nine more. 12" x 9" The cover features a photo of Elton Britt in an embroidered jacket and cowboy hat. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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APPEARING IN PERSON - JOE BRITT AND HIS RANGE RIDERS - HEARD OVER WCNR BLOOMSBURG: Benefit of The Veterans - on Saturday, June 11, 1949 - Time 7 p.m., Britt, Joe
27 Britt, Joe APPEARING IN PERSON - JOE BRITT AND HIS RANGE RIDERS - HEARD OVER WCNR BLOOMSBURG: Benefit of The Veterans - on Saturday, June 11, 1949 - Time 7 p.m.
Bloomsburg, PA Joe Britt 1949 Original edition Very Good 
Printed in red ink on card stock, display type, picture of bucking bronco. 10.25" x 10.75" 
Price: 50.00 USD
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BRONCHO SAL, Broncho...sheet music
28 Broncho...sheet music BRONCHO SAL
NY F.B. Haviland 1909 First Edition Pictorial cover Very Good E.P.C. 
Words by Jack Drislane. Music by Geo. W. Meyer. 6pp, lyrics and music, in part: "Cowboy had been away, Just came back home today, Asked for his gal so fair, Friend said: `Now don't be sore, That gal ain't yours no more ..'" 13.5" x 10.5". 
Price: 40.00 USD
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FINDING HER VOICE: The Saga of Women in Country Music., Bufwack, Mary A. and Robert K. Oermann
29 Bufwack, Mary A. and Robert K. Oermann FINDING HER VOICE: The Saga of Women in Country Music.
NY Crown 1993 0517581140 / 9780517581148 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Jacket 
pp: xi, 594, index; text illus from photographs; small remainder dot on bottom edge. Documents the lives of hundreds of American, female folk performers, from "forgotten pioneers" to country superstars. 9.75" x 7.75" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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GUY CAMPBELL'S ORIGINAL DOWN HOME CLASSICS: Songbook., Campbell, Guy
30 Campbell, Guy GUY CAMPBELL'S ORIGINAL DOWN HOME CLASSICS: Songbook.
Chicago M.M. Cole 1948 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good 
32pp; 12 illus from photographs inside covers. Contains words and music to 18 songs written by Lee Thomas & Guy Campbell, including: Blue Eyed Baby; Dream Range; I'm Gonna Settle Down Up In The Mountains; Play Those Guitars For Me; San Antone Polka; White Waterfall; and 12 more. 12" x 9" Guy Campbell, half Cherokee, was born in the Virginia hills in 1914, then soon moved with his family to settle in Oklahoma. He and Shorty Cook organized the Down Homers in 1935, and performed on radio and in concerts at least until this songbook was issued. 
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