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BAN-BOW:  A Plectrum Banjo Solo with Piano Accompaniment Composed and arranged by Wm. D (
1 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
2 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" 
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BRONCHO SAL, Broncho...sheet music
3 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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COLLECTION OF 68 SONG SHEETS FROM THE TEXAS ESTATES OF BILL BOYD AND SMOKEY MONTGOMERY, Country and Western
4 Country and Western COLLECTION OF 68 SONG SHEETS FROM THE TEXAS ESTATES OF BILL BOYD AND SMOKEY MONTGOMERY
Nashville Acuff-Rose and others 1950s Professional Edition Printed self-wraps Very Good 
4pp each. Composers and lyricists include: Left Frizzell; Cowboy Dallas Turner; Cecil Campbell; Floyd Tillman; Fred Rose; Jim Scott; Rose Cooper; Charlie Monroe; Billy Folger; Burt Kalmar; Harry Ruby; Roy Willis; Frank Luther; Dick Reinhart; Johnny Bond; Glenn Spencer; Thurland Chattaway; Jimmie & Leon Short; Don Crenshaw; Britt Wood; Howe Jordan; Jimmy Dickens; Stu Davis; Alberta McEnery; Roy Turner; Denver Darling; and others. This lot of 68 includes only a couple of duplicates. Few sheets are edge-worn. Mostly 11" x 8" These are Artists and Professional Editions, not commercial editions with slick covers. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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COLLECTION OF 35 PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC TO SONGS BY A WIDE RANGE OF SONGWRITERS, Country Songs
5 Country Songs COLLECTION OF 35 PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC TO SONGS BY A WIDE RANGE OF SONGWRITERS
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1942-1960 Professional Editions Very Good 
Each folio has two pages of words and music, printed on a leaf that is folded once to four pages. Most are 9" x 6", and a few are 11" x 8.5". These professional editions were issued without the pictorial covers found on commercial editions. Present are: Honky Tonkin,' by Hank Williams; Cathy's Clown, by Don & Phil Everly; Wonder Is All I Do, by Roy Acuff; The Ozark Valley Waltz, by Fred Rose; Okey Dokie, by Red Sovine; I'll Go On Alone, by Marty Robbins; Too Old To Cut The Mustard, by Bill Carlisle; When My Money Run Out, by Benny Martin & Hillous Butrum; West Virginia Polka, by Ira & Charles Louvin; Woman Driver, by Bill Carlisle & Lowell Blanchard; Midnite Flyer, by Fred Rose & Hy Heath; Sleepless, by Boudleaux Bryant & Fred Rose; Hot Diggity Dog, by Boudleaux Bryant; Doug MacArthur, by Earl Nunn & Roland Johnson; Fire Ball Mail, by Floyd Jenkins; A Jilted Love, by Maybelle Carter; A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore, by Bill Carlisle & Lonnie Glosson; Advice To Joe, by Roy Acuff & Earl Nunn; Doin' My Time, by Jimmie Skinner; Baldknob Arkansas, by Ira & Charles Louvin; Truck Driver's Night Run Blues, by Charles L. Seitz; Bogle To Boogle To Boone, by Jimmy Rule; Fourflusher, by Zeke Clements; Corn's A-poppin', by Wally Wallace; Morning After Blues, by Sam Morrison & Harry Nides; The Billy Goat Boogie, by Curly Kinsey; A Plastic Heart, by George E. (Speed) Krise; Big Dipper, by Wally Wallace; Sugar Booger, by Marie Willett; Look What Thoughts Will Do, by Lefty Frizzell, Dub Dickerson & Jim Beck; If You've Got The Money, I've Got The Time, by Lefty Frizzell & Jim Beck; Let Me Cry On Your Shoulder, by Gene Autry, June Hershey & Don Swander; Dixie Cannon Ball, by Gene Autry, Red Foley & Vaughn Horton; Don't Be Mad At Me, by Smiley Burnette; Think Of Me, by Richard Loring, Steven Cross & Roy Rogers. 
Price: 175.00 USD
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THE COWBOY'S TRIBUTE TO "OUR WILL".  By Mrs. H.W. Driskill.  Dedicated to the memory of Will Rogers, Cowboy's...sheet music
6 Cowboy's...sheet music THE COWBOY'S TRIBUTE TO "OUR WILL". By Mrs. H.W. Driskill. Dedicated to the memory of Will Rogers
Dallas, Texas Mrs. H.W. Driskill 1936. 1936 1st Edition Soft cover 
File number on cover, all else in very good condition. 12" x 9" (4)pp Contains lyric, melody line, piano accompaniment, and guitar chords. In part: "We missed you today on the prairie, We'll miss you tomorrow still, And on that great range in the heavens, We know you are just plain Will. We feel you are riding and roping and telling a joke or two." Commemorates the legendary cowboy and showman who died in a plane crash in Alaska in 1935. Illustrated by cover illus by J.C. Lemons. First Edition. Binding is original wraps. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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THE COWBOY'S TRIBUTE TO "OUR WILL": Dedicated to the memory of Will Rogers.  Words and music by Mrs. H.W. Driskill., Cowboy's...sheet music
7 Cowboy's...sheet music THE COWBOY'S TRIBUTE TO "OUR WILL": Dedicated to the memory of Will Rogers. Words and music by Mrs. H.W. Driskill.
Dallas, Texas Stamps-Baxter Print 1936 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good + 
4pp, words and music, in part: "We missed you today on the prairie, We'll miss you tomorrow still; And on that great range in the heavens, We know you are just plain Will...." 12" x 9" The cover by J.C. Lemons shows cowboys around a campfire at night, with a likeness of Will Rogers rising from the smoke. 
Price: 30.00 USD
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THE ECHOES OF MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME Words by Janet Gordon.  Music by Edward Gabriel., Echoes...sheet music
8 Echoes...sheet music THE ECHOES OF MY ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME Words by Janet Gordon. Music by Edward Gabriel.
Chicago McKinley Music 1904 First Edition Decorative Wraps Very Good 
6pp, words and music, in part: "In my Rocky Mountain home I so happily did roam, 'Mid the mining camps and scenes so wild and free, Not a glimpse of worldly care Ever comes to haunt me there, And the cottage small a palace seems to be...." 13.25" x 10.5" 
Price: 25.00 USD
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COLLECTION OF 13 PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC TO SONGS BY VARIOUS SONGWRITERS, Hillbilly Songs
9 Hillbilly Songs COLLECTION OF 13 PIECES OF SHEET MUSIC TO SONGS BY VARIOUS SONGWRITERS
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1941-1951 Professional Editions Very Good 
Each folio has two pages of words and music, printed on a leaf that is folded once to four pages, 9" x 6". These professional editions were issued without the pictorial covers found on commercial editions. Present are: Baldknob Arkansas, by Ira & Charles Louvin; Doin' My Time, by Jimmie Skinner; Midnite Flyer, by Fred Rose & Hy Heath; Doug MacArthur, by Earl Nunn & Roland Johnson; Sleepless, by Boudleaux Bryant & Fred Rose; A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore, by Bill Carlisle & Lonnie Glosson; Too Old To Cut The Mustard, by Bill Carlisle; Bogle To Boogle To Boone, by Jimmy Rule; Big Dipper, by Wally Wallace; A Plastic Heart, by George E. (Speed) Krise; The Billy Goat Boogie, by Curly Kinsey; Corn's A-poppin', by Wally Wallace; Fourflusher, by Zeke Clements. 
Price: 65.00 USD
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I WANT CASH ON THE BARREL HEAD  [with letter from composer]. Music by Henry Ward.  Lyrics by Thelma Kerby Frei., I want cash...sheet music
10 I want cash...sheet music I WANT CASH ON THE BARREL HEAD [with letter from composer]. Music by Henry Ward. Lyrics by Thelma Kerby Frei.
Bremerton, Washington Henry Ward 1953 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Near Fine 
4pp, words and music, in part: "I want cash on the barrel head, I don't care if you mortgage your shoes. I ain't dealin' in sympathy, I'm the devil collectin' his dues...." 12" x 9" Inset on the cover is a photo of the Dakota Roundup Western Radio Dance Band, heard over WCOW, St. Paul, Minnesota. Laid in is a one-page, handwritten letter from Henry Ward, on USO stationery, dated at Bremerton, Washington, YMCA (Ward's address of record), Dec. 2, 1956. Addressed to "Miss Winters" (Gwennie Winters, president of several country-music fan clubs of the day), in part: "... I would like to know about the new English magazine `Hillbilly Hayride' ... i am a writer of c+w music and also would like to advertize my songs .... (signed) Henry Ward ... I want to sell this song to a English publisher." 
Price: 45.00 USD
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I'M A STERN OLD BACHELOR  (Chubby Parker's Big Radio Hit). From an Antiquated Song.  Revised and Additional Words by Frederick R. Parker., I'm a stern...sheet music
11 I'm a stern...sheet music I'M A STERN OLD BACHELOR (Chubby Parker's Big Radio Hit). From an Antiquated Song. Revised and Additional Words by Frederick R. Parker.
Chicago Frederick R. Parker 1927 First Edition Pictorial Cover Good + 
6pp, words and music, in part: "I am a stern old bachelor, My age is forty-four; I do declare I'll never live, With women any more...." Contains seven verses and a chorus. 12.25" x 9.25" As broadcasted by Chubby Parker, with his photo-portrait inset on the illustrated cover. "We have no idea how an artist that we don’t know much about today, could have been so popular in a certain time and place. In the 1920s, for listeners of WLS, the Chicago-based radio station, Chubby Parker and his old-time banjo was a very popular act, entertaining the audience with his repertoire of funny songs, country songs and “negro” songs. Singing, strumming his five-string banjo, blowing his harmonica, whistling a bit, he was a much loved figure before going to oblivion in the depression era, like many others." (The Old, Weird America website). 
Price: 45.00 USD
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IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU:  Waltz Song  [signed]. Words & Music by Will Austin and Ted Krause., If I...sheet music
12 If I...sheet music IF I SHOULD LOSE YOU: Waltz Song [signed]. Words & Music by Will Austin and Ted Krause.
San Antonio, Texas Walker-Youngquist 1934 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good Signed
4pp, words and music, in part: "When you hold me closely dear, A tear comes in my heart. Will I always have you near, Or will we drift apart?..." 12" x 9" Inscribed and signed on the cover by publisher Albert Walker. This song was featured on the "Stump Us If You Can" program over radio station K.T.S.A. by Corinne Arlett, Irene Cullom and Charles Belfi, all shown on the cover gathered at a piano. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BLUES, Mississippi...sheet music
13 Mississippi...sheet music THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY BLUES
Chicago Calumet Music 1932 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
Words and music by Gene Autry and Jimmy Long. Arranged by Nick Manoloff. 6pp, in part: "Many years have gone by since I wandered, From my loved ones and all that was dear to me, From my home in the Mississippi Valley ." 12" x 9". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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MONTANA NIGHTS Words by Victory Sullivan.  Music by J. Chas. McNeil.  Edited and revised by C. Isabel Mayer., Montana...sheet music
14 Montana...sheet music MONTANA NIGHTS Words by Victory Sullivan. Music by J. Chas. McNeil. Edited and revised by C. Isabel Mayer.
Portland, Oregon C. Isabel Mayer Music 1947 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "There is just one place I know where nights are divine, Wish that ev'ryone could come to this state of mine. Beauty of Montana nights, 'neath a cloudless sky...." 12" x 9" On the cover is a photograph of Blondie Force, the Driftin' Montana Cowboy and his band. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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OKLAHOMA WALTZ. Words and music by Cindy Walker and Spade Cooley., Oklahoma...sheet music
15 Oklahoma...sheet music OKLAHOMA WALTZ. Words and music by Cindy Walker and Spade Cooley.
NY Hill and Range Songs 1948 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
4pp, words and music, in part: "Down to Oklahoma I rode one sunny day, 'cross the old Red River from old Nacona way. To the Indian Nation, the land of Cherokee, where I found the only girl for me...." Three-hole punch along spine. 12" x 9" This song was co-written and recorded by Spade Cooley (1910-1969), and his portrait fills the cover. Once billed as The King of Western Swing, Cooley's career died in 1961 when he brutally murdered his wife. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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GROUP OF 22  PROFESSIONAL EDITIONS OF SONGS WRITTEN BY LEON PAYNE: Country Music Performer & Songwriter., Payne, Leon
16 Payne, Leon GROUP OF 22 PROFESSIONAL EDITIONS OF SONGS WRITTEN BY LEON PAYNE: Country Music Performer & Songwriter.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1949-1952 Early editions Very Good 
Lyrics and music for each song occupy two pages on a single-fold leaf. Titles present: Bumble Bee; Darling, Don't Go; Empty Dreams; Gentle Hands; How Can I Help It; I Couldn't Do A Thing Without You; I Don't Know Why; I Miss That Gal; I Want You To Love Me; If I Could Only Live My Life Over; I'm A Lone Wolf; Jesus Paid The Price; A Link In The Chain Of Broken Hearts; Lonely And Blue Over Someone; Mail Man; A Million Years Ago; Steamboat Stomp; Sundown Sue; Teach Me To Forget; They'll Never Take Her Love From Me; Till Today; Why Don't You Leave My Heart Alone. 9" x 6" Leon Payne (1917-1969) was graduated from the Texas State School for the Blind in 1935. He became a country singer, recorded for Bluebird Records, worked with Bill Boyd's Cowboy Ramblers, &c. Payne developed into a highly respected songwriter whose songs were recorded by himself as well as by Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, and many others. 
Price: 85.00 USD
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PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA:  Everybody's Favourite--The Rage of America. Words and music by Al Dexter.  Recorded by Al Dexter and his Troopers., Pistol...sheet music
17 Pistol...sheet music PISTOL PACKIN' MAMA: Everybody's Favourite--The Rage of America. Words and music by Al Dexter. Recorded by Al Dexter and his Troopers.
Sydney, Australia J. Albert & Son 1943 First Australian Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Good + 
4pp, words and music, in part: "Drinkin' beer in a cabaret And was I havin' fun! Until one night she caught me right, And now I'm on the run...." 11.75" x 9" The cover features photos of four Australian bush balladeers and cowboys: Bob Dyer, The Last of the Hill Billies; Smoky Dawson; Tex Morton; and Smilin' Billy Blinkhorn. 
Price: 35.00 USD
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ROCKING CHAIR ON THE MOON. Words and music by Bill Haley and Harry Broomall., Rock...sheet music
18 Rock...sheet music ROCKING CHAIR ON THE MOON. Words and music by Bill Haley and Harry Broomall.
Philadelphia Haley-Howard 1952 First Edition Pictorial Cover Near Fine 
4pp, words and music, in part: "(Rocking tempo) I've got a rock, rock, rocking chair on the moon I've got a rock, rock, rocking chair on the moon I rock away my troubles, rock away my blues...." 12" x 9" Inset on the cover is a photo of Bill Haley in a cowboy hat. This "country" song, written and recorded in 1952 by the man who is arguably the father of rock 'n' roll, was ahead of its time. The next year, Haley ditched the cowboy hat, changed his group's name from Saddlemen to Comets, and recorded "Crazy, Man, Crazy." 
Price: 50.00 USD
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SINCE THEM HILLBILLIES MOVED DOWN TO THE HOLLER Tale and Toon by Jack Waverly., Since them...sheet music
19 Since them...sheet music SINCE THEM HILLBILLIES MOVED DOWN TO THE HOLLER Tale and Toon by Jack Waverly.
Bellmore, NY Jack Waverly 1947 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good + 
4pp, words and music, in part: "We got some brand new neighbors They came down from the hills, A-yodlin' and a-whistlin' like a lot of whippoorwills...." 12" x 8.75" This song was introduced and featured by Nancy Lee and The Hilltoppers on the WOWO Hoosier Hop [Fort Wayne, Indiana]. The cover shows a stereotypical "hillbilly" family on the move with jug, shotgun, fiddle, guitar and hound-dog. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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TAKE ME BACK TO MY BOOTS AND SADDLE  [signed] Words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell., Take me...sheet music
20 Take me...sheet music TAKE ME BACK TO MY BOOTS AND SADDLE [signed] Words and music by Walter G. Samuels, Leonard Whitcup, Teddy Powell.
NY Schuster & Miller 1935 Early edition Pictorial Cover Good + 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Boots and saddle Ooh-ooh-ooh....Let me see that gen'ral store, Let me ride that range once more...." 12" x 9" The western-motif cover has an inset portrait of Wayne King, with his flamboyant signature in blue ink over the drawing of a cowboy. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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TALKING BOOGIE Words and Music by Tex Williams and Cliffie Stone., Talking...sheet music
21 Talking...sheet music TALKING BOOGIE Words and Music by Tex Williams and Cliffie Stone.
Hollywood American Music 1948 First Edition Pictorial Paper Covers Very Good + 
6pp, words and music, in part: "Now way down yonder in Tennessee there's a little old homestead R.F.D. Mountain folks gather from miles around just to hear that eight beat rock the ground...." 12" x 9" Recorded by Tex Williams on Capitol Record 15175. 
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Group of 35 pieces of Christian sheet music, Various Authors
22 Various Authors Group of 35 pieces of Christian sheet music
Nashville, NY, &c. Acuff-Rose, Peer, Sunset, &c. 1940 First Editions Self-wraps Very Good 
These are advance professional copies, most issued in the 1940s. Songwriters include: Bill Monroe, Carter Stanley, Ted Vandall, Jewell Gilbert, "Pappy" Cheshire, Bob Warren, Martin Broones, Cliff Carlisle, Mel Foree, Guy Wood, Buddy Starcher, Burrell Van Buren, Joseph J. Harris, Cousin Joe Maphis, Floyd Tillman, Tex Fletcher, Benee Russell, George Cardini, Fred Kirby, Walter and Johnny Bailes, Bill Boyd, Bill Nettles, Al Clauser, Alberta McEnery, Jimmie Davis, Jimmy Osborne, Harry Tobias, Larry Shay, Roy Acuff, Redd Harper, Al Vignali, Red Rowe, and a few others. 11" x 8.5" 
Price: 75.00 USD
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WE BURIED HER BENEATH THE WILLOW:  Ridgerunners Song in Memory of Linda Parker, We buried...sheet music
23 We buried...sheet music WE BURIED HER BENEATH THE WILLOW: Ridgerunners Song in Memory of Linda Parker
Chicago M.M. Cole 1936 First Edition Pictorial cover Good Illus from photographs 
Words and music by the Cumberland Ridge Runners. 6pp, in part: ".We buried her Beneath the willow With heads bowed low We walked away, God needed her To sing in heaven." The Cumberland Ridgerunners, founded in 1932, included for a time Linda Parker, singer and banjo player. Linda died August 12, 1935. The boys wrote this song in her memory and filled the back cover of the song sheet with a large photo-portrait of Linda. This item is a bit wrinkled and edge-chipped, but intact. 12.25" x 9.25". 
Price: 25.00 USD
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WILD WEST: A Cowboy-Indian Intermezzo, by Percy Wenrich., Wild west...sheet music
24 Wild west...sheet music WILD WEST: A Cowboy-Indian Intermezzo, by Percy Wenrich.
Chicago McKinley Music 1908 First Edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
6pp, music in b-flat. 13.5" x 10.25" 
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GROUP OF 28 PROFESSIONAL EDITIONS OF SONGS WRITTEN BY HANK WILLIAMS: Country Music Performer & Songwriter., Williams, Hank (1923-1953)
25 Williams, Hank (1923-1953) GROUP OF 28 PROFESSIONAL EDITIONS OF SONGS WRITTEN BY HANK WILLIAMS: Country Music Performer & Songwriter.
Nashville Acuff-Rose 1947-1952 Early editions Very Good 
Lyrics and music for each song occupy two pages on a single-fold leaf. 9" x 6" and 11" x 8.5" Titles present: Alone And Forsaken; Baby, We're Really In Love; Calling You; Cold, Cold Heart; Forever's A Long, Long Time [with Jimmie Davis]; Hey, Good Lookin'; Honky Tonkin'; A House Of Gold; Honky Tonk Blues; I'm Sorry For You, My Friend; Jambalaya (On The Bayou); Kaw-liga [with Fred Rose]; Me And My Broken Heart; My Heart Would Know; My Son Calls Another Man Daddy [with Jewell House]; Singing Waterfall; Six More Miles; When The Book Of Life Is Read; Your Cheatin' Heart; Pan American [pictorial cover]; My Sweet Love Ain't Around [pictorial cover, nibbled at top]; Move It On Over; I Heard That Lonesome Whistle; You're Barkin' Up The Wrong Tree Now; Mind Your Own Business; On The Evening Train; Dear Brother; On The Banks Of The Old Pontchartrain. 
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YOU DON'T KNO' WHAT LONESOME IS (TILL YOU GIT TO HERDIN' COWS) Featured by Sons of the Pioneers, You don't...sheet music
26 You don't...sheet music YOU DON'T KNO' WHAT LONESOME IS (TILL YOU GIT TO HERDIN' COWS) Featured by Sons of the Pioneers
NY Southern Music 1947 First edition Pictorial Cover Very Good 
Words and music by Foster Carling and Country Washburne. 6pp, in part: "When the hoot-owl toots his `too-loo', To the wail of the nip-wick hen, And the `ching-fung' chirps in the chilly night...." The cover features a group portrait of the Sons of the Pioneers, including Leonard Slye, aka Roy Rogers. 12" x 9" 
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