Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Released: 1942

Cowboy Serenade (M: Rich Hall; L: Sol Meyer):

1. 78/Columbia 36244 (Harry Babbitt with Kay Kyser and His Orchestra)
2. 78/Gramophone J.O. 198 (Ray Eberle with Glenn Miller and His Orchestra) [also 78/Bluebird B 11235; reissued on In The Mood, CD/Qed no number]
3. 78/Gramophone 27534 (Art Jarrett, vocal, with Art Jarrett and His Orchestra)
4. 78/Decca 3983 (Russ Morgan, vocal, with Russ Morgan and His Orchestra)
5. 78/Decca 3989 (Tony Martin with orchestra directed by David Rose)
6. 78/Okeh 6266 (Howard Du Lany with Gene Krupa and His Orchestra) [reissued on The Chronological Gene Krupa And His Orchestra 1941, Vol. 2, CD/Classics 1006]
7. 78/Decca 4025 (Bob Hammon with Roy Smeck and His Serenaders)
8. 78/Columbia 20651 (Gene Autry) [reissued on The Singing Cowboy, Chapter Two, CD/Varese 5909]
9. Hey Look-A There, Ain't She Pretty, CD/Acrobat ACRCD 285 (The Charioteers)
10. Never Till Now, CD/Jasmine Records 453 (Gordon MacRae)
Radio transcriptions performed by The Wildcats with orchestra conducted by Slim Bryant, Andre Kostelanetz and His Orchestra, and Bob McReynolds with the AFRS Westerners are also known to exist.

Sweethearts Or Strangers (M/L: Jimmie Davis) (also used in STRICTLY IN THE GROOVE):

1. 78/Decca 3959 (Connie Boswell with orchestra directed by Victory Young) [also 78/Brunswick 03239]
2. 78/Decca 4096 (Jayne Walton with Lawrence Welk and His Orchestra)
3. 78/Decca 4264 (Kenny Gardner and the Lombardo Trio with Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians) [reissued on Bubbling Over, CD/Living Era 5552]
4. 78/Bluebird 11309 (Dick Todd)
5. 78/Okeh 6567 (Gene Autry) [also 78/Columbia 20150; reissued on The Gene Autry Collection, Murray Hill 61072]
6. 78/Decca 46003 (Jimmie Davis with Charles Mitchell's Orchestra)
7. 45/Capitol 2-778/5-778 (Faron Young with the Young Sheriff and His Country Deputies) [reissued on The Classic Years 1952-62, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 15493]
8. 45/Columbia 4-42696 (George Gobel with Jery Murad's Harmonicats)
9. Tompall Glaser And His Outlaw Band, ABC Music 978 (Tompall Glaser and His Outlaw Band) [reissued on The Outlaw, CD/Bear Family Records 15605]
10. You Are My Sunshine, Decca D-8896 (Jimmie Davis) [reissued on Country Music Hall Of Fame, CD/MCA MCAD-10087]
11. Railroadin' Rhythm, CD/Bebe BBCD 007 (Rusti Steel & The Tin Tax) The Only Star, CD/Driftwood Records 8 (Margie Lane)
12. Dance Album, CD/Varèse Sarabande 066550 (Carl Perkins)
13. The Unissued Carl Perkins, CD/ Charly Records 8301 (Carl Perkins)
14. The Peer Sessions, CD/Audium Entertainment 8152 (Merle Haggard)
15. Spade Cooley, CD/Country Routes 23 (Spade Cooley and Tex Williams)
16. Have I Stayed Away Too Long, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 16239 (Tex Ritter)
17. Yes Tonight Josephine, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 16319 (Johnnie Ray)
18. Hylo Brown & The Timberliners 1954-1960, CD/Bear Family Records BCD 15572 (Hylo Brown & The Timberliners)
19. Back In Country Style, CD/Jasmine Records 3551 (The Dinning Sisters)
20. You Don't Know Me, CD/MP Records (Michael Parks)
21. Southern Comfort, CD/Raucous RAUCD 038 (Twenty Flight Rockers)
22. Rock You Sinners, CD/Raucous Records RAUCD 077 (The Preachers)
23. Texas Jim Lewis & His Lone Star Cowboys, CD/Country Routes 26 (Texas Jim Lewis)
24. Ready Willing And Able, CD/ Vampirella MCG 20055 (Southern Bound)
25. Bop Cat Bop, CD/Part Records PT 638005 (Texabilly Rockers)
26. Five Inches Of Pleasure, CD/Mental Disorder MADCD 005 (The Woodies)
Radio transcriptions performed by Jimmy Wakely and the Jimmy Wakely Trio, Ted Steele and Ted Steele's Novatones, The Rhythm Rangers conducted by Cal Chrum, and Dick Todd with the Slew Foot Five conducted by Grady Martin are also known to exist.

Tahiti Honey (M: Jule Styne; L: George Brown; Sol Meyer):

1. Lost Broadway And More, CDr/Original Cast (Joan Bender with William Zeffiro, piano)

There's Nothing Like A Gold Ole Fashioned Hoedown (M/L: Gene Autry) (also used in I'M FROM ARKANSAS, RIDIN' ON A RAINBOW, and STRICTLY IN THE GROOVE):

1. 78/Columbia 36904 (Gene Autry with string band accompaniment) [reissued on Columbia Historic Edition, CD/Columbia CK-37465]
2. The Gene Autry Show: The Complete 1950s Television Recordings, CD/Varese 66190 (Gene Autry) (two renditions)

You Are My Sunshine (M: Jimmie Davis; Charles Mitchell) (also used in I'M FROM ARKANSAS, RIDIN' ON A RAINBOW, and STRICTLY IN THE GROOVE):

I have not attempted to compile discological information for this song beyond original cast member performances.
1. 78/Okeh 06274 (Gene Autry and the String Band Ace) [also 78/Columbia 20047; reissued on The Essential Gene Autry: 1933-1946, CD/Columbia/Legacy CK-48957]
2. Sing Cowboy Sing, CD/Rhino R2-72630 (Gene Autry)

Unrecorded Material:

Nobody Knows (M: Jule Styne; L: Sol Meyer)