Below is Huddie Ledbetter’s (known as „Lead Belly“ or, less correct, „Leadbelly“) complete discography (or, more technical, bio-discography) as it is known to the public. It contains all issued and unissued tracks as noted in several professional discographies and the liner notes of the pertinent CD-issues. If I found contradictory information (and there’s a lot), I usually went with the newer information as assumably correct. Note that none of this is original research – I rely completely on the information that’s out there.

The goal of this list is twofold: To compile the most comprehensive list of Lead Belly tracks available on the web, and to note which CD (or LP) you need to acquire if you want his entire issued catalogue with as little overlap as possible.

Listed under „No. / Source“ are the catalogue numbers (if existent) or the LPs / CDs that serve as a ‚original‘ source for the compilers.

Listed under „Remarks“ are the respective discographies are listed in which the song and session are noted. Also here are remarks on unresolved inconsistencies, corrected mistakes or simply uncertain information.

Besides the information in the CD-liner notes, the consulted discographies are:

Charles Wolfe & Kip Lornell: The Life & Legend of Leadbelly. New York 1992, pp. 289–322. [Wolfe/Lornell]

Robert M. W. Dixon, John Godrich & Howard W. Rye: Blues and Gospel Records 1890–1943. Oxford 1997. [Dixon/Godrich/Rye]

Leslie Fancourt & Bob McGrath: The Blues Discography 1943–1970. [No Place] 2007. [Fancourt] *[this should be listed as „Fancourt/McGrath“, but I forgot his name and right now I don’t have the heart to do the copy/paste work. Sorry to McGrath until I correct this]

John Cowley: “Take A Whiff On Me”: Leadbelly’s Library of Congress Recordings 1933-1942 — An Assessment. In: Blues & Rhythm No. 59, March-April 1991, pp. 16–20; No. 60, May 1991, pp. 18–21. (Revised version 2011). [Download a Pdf here]

I also consulted the following online discographies by private persons and offical institutes. None of them are complete and they usually use the sources above. I used them mainly to spot inconsistencies and cross-referencing information. They contain errors (as I’m sure does my list):

…keep on living… (private blog entry)

Association for Cultural Equity (ACE, custodian of the Alan Lomax Archive)

The Leadbelly Web (private blog)

Listed under „CDs (LPs)“ are the the catalogue numbers of the best CDs (and in some cases the LPs) that you need to get if you want all of Lead Belly’s published output with minor overlap. There is still going to be overlap, and some CDs only add about 2 more tracks to what you’ll already have, but that’s the way the bee bumbles.

The CDs and LPs I included are the following:

Document Records:

DOCD-5579 Field Recordings – Volume 5: Louisiana, Texas, Bahamas (1933-1940) [Various Artists]
DOCD-5591 The Remaining ARC And Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume 1 (1934-1935)
DOCD-5592 The Remaining Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume 2 (1935)
DOCD-5593 The Remaining Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume 3 (1935)
DOCD-5594 The Remaining Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume 4 (1935-1938)
DOCD-5595 The Remaining Library Of Congress Recordings: Volume 5 (1938-1942)
   
DOCD-5226 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 1 (1 April 1939 To 15 June 1940)
DOCD-5227 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 2 (17 June 1940 To Summer 1943)
DOCD-5228 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 3 (C. October 1943 To 25 April 1944)
DOCD-5310 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 4 (C. May To 27 October 1944)
DOCD-5311 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 5 (27 October 1944 To October 1946)
DOCD-5568 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 6: 1947 (1939-1947)
DOCD-5640 Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 In Chronological Order: Volume 7 (1947–1949)
   
DOCD-5664 Private Party, Minneapolis, Minn., November 21, 1948
DOCD-5676 „Live“: New York 1947 & Austin, Texas 1949
   
DOCD-1018 Black Folk Singers: The Remaining Titles (1937-1946)
DOCD-5411 „Too Late, Too Late“: More Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes, Volume 5 (1927-1964)
DOCD-5461 „Too Late, Too Late“: More Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes, Volume 6 (1924-1946)

Note: There is another Document compilation with two Lead Belly tracks (DOCD-5276) that you don’t need to get – they’re already on another CD that you need to get anyway.

Rounder Records:

RCD-1044 Midnight Special (Library of Congress, Vol. 1)
RCD-1045 Gwine a Hole to Put the Devil in (Library of Congress, Vol. 2)
RCD-1046 Let it Shine on Me (Library of Congress, Vol. 3)
RCD-1097 The Titanic (Library of Congress, Vol. 4)
RCD-1098 Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (Library of Congress, Vol. 5)
RCD-1099 Go Down Old Hannah (Library of Congress, Vol. 6)
RCD-1151 Bridging Lead Belly

Smithsonian Folkways CDs:

SFW 40068-71 Lead Belly’s Last Sessions
SFW 40201 The Smithsonian Folkways Collection
SFW 40010 Leadbelly sings Folk Songs [nota bene: adds 2 songs that are possibly doubles]
SFW 40044 Where Did You Sleep Last Night (Legacy Vol. 1) [nota bene: adds 3 songs, 2 of which might be doubles]
SFW 40045 Bourgeois Blues (Legacy Vol. 2) [adds 6 songs, probably no doubles]
SFW 45047 Lead Belly sings for Children [possibly adds 1 song]

Note: There are a lot more SFW anthologies of course – but these are the ones you need to get everything that’s not available elsewhere.

Columbia Records / Legacy Recordings:

CK 46776 Leadbelly – King of the 12-String Guitar

Biograph Records:

Biograph CD-113 Good Morning Blues

Collectables Records:

Collectables 5196  (CD) Defense Blues: Golden Classics Part Two

RCA Victor Group / Bluebird / BMG:

RCA 50957 When the Sun Goes Down Vol. 5: Take This Hammer – The Secret History of Rock & Roll [nota bene: adds 2 songs]

LPs

This is a list of the LPs that issued material that has never been reissued on CD. Usually this concerns one or two additional tracks.

Document LP 544 „1934-1946“ [Document 1988. Adds 2 tracks]
Document LP 601-612 Complete Library Of Congress Recordings In Chronological Order On 12 LPs [nota bene: concerns only 601, 610 and 611. Add 4 tracks in total]
Folkways FP 53, FJ 2801 Jazz Vol. 1 The South 1926 – Late 1940’s [adds 1 track]
Stinson LP 17 A Leadbelly Memorial: Volume I [adds 1 track]
Folkways FC 7533 Negro Folk Songs For Young People (1960) [possibly adds 1 track – this is contested!]

This is where the discography starts. The first noted CD/LP is the one ‚definite‘ issue that you’ll need anyway. Further numbers are just for reference (to make some of the overlap visible).

Lead Belly: Complete Discography

No. / SourceTitleRemarksCDs (LPs)
July 16–20, 1933, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, Louisiana
119-B-1The Western Cowboyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
119-B-2Honey Take a Whiff on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
119-B-4Angola Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
119-B-5Angola Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
119-B-6Frankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-A-1Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-A-2Take a Whiff on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-A-3You Can’t Lose Me Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-A-6Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-A-7Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
120-B-5Ella Speed in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
July 1, 1934, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, Louisiana
121-AMister Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
122-A-2I Got Up This Morning, Had to Get Up So Soonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
122-BWestern Cowboyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579
123-ABlind Lemon Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579, RCD-1097
123-BMatchbox Blues [„Hawaiian Blues“]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5579, RCD-1044
124-A-1Midnight Specialin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
124-A-2Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
124-B-1Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
124-B-2Governor O.K. Allenin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044, SFW 40201
125-AFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
125-BElla Speedin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044, SFW 40201
126-A-1Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
126-A-2You Can’t Lose-a-Me Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
126-A-3Take a Whiff on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
126-BI’m Sorry Mamain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
September 27, 1934, Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, Louisiana
236-B-3Mister Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591, RCD-1097
239-A-3Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
September 29, 1934, State Farm, Pine Fluff, Arkansas
240-A-2Whoa Back Buck [a capella, unidentified but possibly Lead Belly]in: Cowleyunissued
240-A-4 Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
240-A-5Lover in the Green Valley [unidentified, Lead Belly possibly on guitar]in: Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
October 1, 1934, State Farm, Tucker, Arkansas
246-B-1 Sweet Babe [v: Leroy Allen, g: Lead Belly]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
246-B-2You Can’t Loose-Me-A-Chollyin: CowleyDOC LP 601
246-B-3Mister Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOC LP 601
October 5, 1934, Gould, Arkansas
242-B-3Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
273-A-1Boll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
December 12, 1934, Bellwood Prison Camp, Atlanta GA
250-B-1The Shreveport Jail-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
250-B-2Julie Ann Johnson-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
252-A-1Dance Calls-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
252-A-2This Morning-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye [note: possibly not by Lead Belly]unissued
January 20, 1935, Wilton, Connecticut
143-ADon’t You Love Me No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
143-BHenry Ford Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
January 21, 1935, Wilton, Connecticut
44-AIrenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
44-B-1Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
44-B-2Julie Ann Johnson in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
January 23, 1935, New York
16683-1Roberta Part Iin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16684-1Roberta Part IIin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16685-1Packin‘ Trunk [*Packin‘ Truck]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16686-C.C. Riderin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16687-1Becky Deem, She Was a Gamblin‘ Girl [*Becky]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16688-2Honey, I’m all out and Downin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16689-2Four Day Worry Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16690-You Can’t Lose Me, Charliein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16691-2New Black Snake Moanin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16692-Albertain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
January 24, 1935, New York 
16693-Baby, Don’t You Love Me No More?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16694-Ox Drivin‘ Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16695-1Death Letter Blues, Pts. 1 in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16695-2Death Letter Blues, Pts. 1 in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16696-1Death Letter Blues Part 2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16696-2Death Letter Blues Part 2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16697-1Kansas City Papain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16697-2Kansas City Papain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16698-Mary Don’t You Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16699-Fat Mouth Mamain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16704-Red River Blues [Ox Drivin‘]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16705-[2?]Fort Worth and Dallas Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; CowleyDOC LP 544, Folkways FA 2024, FP 24
16705-2Fort Worth and Dallas Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16706-2You Don’t Know My Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16707-Shreveport Jailin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16708-Angola Jailin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
January 25, 1935, NYC
16755-Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16756-Baby Take a Whiff on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16757-Gonna Dig a Hole–Put the Devil in Itin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16758-Old Chisholm Trailin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16759-Dem Blues I Got Baby (Make a New-Born Baby Cry) in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16760-Pick a Bale a’Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16761-Lead Belly’s Pardon Song to Governor Pat Neffin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16762-Lead Belly’s Pardon Song to O.K. Allenin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
February 1, 1935, Wilton, Connecticut    
45-ATake a Whiff on Me in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
February 1935, Wilton Connecticut
45-BSalty Dogin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
51-AAngola Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
51-A or BRobertain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
52-ACareless Lovein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
52-BC.C. Riderin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
53-AGovernor Pat Neff (Sweet Mary)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
53-BThirty Days in the Workhousein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
54-AElla Speedin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
54-BElla Speedin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
127-AFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
127-BFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
128-AWhich Way Do the Red River Run?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
128-BGot Up in the Mornin‘ So Doggone Soonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
129-AYou Don’t Know My Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
129-B-1The Western Cowboyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
129-B-2Becky Deanin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
130-AFort Worth and Dallas Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
130-BGot a Gal in Town with Her Mouth Chock Full of Goldin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
131-AMary Don’t You Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
131-B-1Mary Don’t You Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
131-B-2Way Over in the Promised Landin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
132-ADeath Letter Blues-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
133-AMidnight Specialin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
133-BThe Shreveport Jailin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
134-AEasy Mr. Tomin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
134-BI Ain’t Bothered a Bit –Parts 1 and 2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
135-ABoll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
135-BWestern Cowboyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
136-AThe Titanicin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
136-BBlind Lemon Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
137-AMr. Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
137-B-1Mr. Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
137-B-2You Cain‘ Loose-a-Me Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
138-AThe Medicine Manin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
138-BRed Cross Sto‘in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
139-A-1Green Cornin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
139-A-2The Maid Freed from the Gallowsin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
139-BPo‘ Howardin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
140-AAlberta Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
140-BFo‘ Day Worry Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
141-A-1Hesitation Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
141-A-2Take Me Backin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
141-BMatchbox Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
142-ATight Like Thatin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
142-B-1Gwine Dig a Hole to Put the Devil in Itin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
142-B-2Old Man Settin‘ in the Corner Dyin‘in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
February 5, 1935, New York City
16806-1Daddy I’m Comming Back To Youin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16806-3Daddy I’m Comming Back To You (Take 3)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5226
16807-My Friend Blind Lemonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16808-Mr. Tom Hughes‘ Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
16809-I Got a Mother in the Promised Landin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16810-Irene–Part 1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16811-Irene–Part 2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16812-Man, I’m in Troublein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16813-Texas Penitentiaryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowleyunissued
16814-1Shorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
16814-2, ARC unissuedShorty George (Take 2)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5226
16815-De Kalb Womanin: Wolfe/Lornell; but Dixon/Godrich/Rye, Cowley and DOCD-5591 do not note „De Kalb Woman“ or „16816-„, and instead note „Matchbox Blues“ as 16815-. Dixon/Godrich/Rye note that „16815-“ has been quoted for De Kalb Womanunissued
16816-Matchbox Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; but Dixon/Godrich/Rye, Cowley and DOCD-5591 do not note „De Kalb Woman“ or „16816-„, and instead note „Matchbox Blues“ as 16815-. Dixon/Godrich/Rye note that „16815-“ has been quoted for De Kalb WomanDOCD-5591
 March 1, 1935, Wilton, Connecticut
47-BBlues I Got Make a New-Born Baby Cryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5592
48-A-1Ho Day-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
48-A-2One Dollar Bill. Baby-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
March 25, 1935, NYC
17179-1Yellow Jacketin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
17180-1T.B. Woman Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
17181-1Pig Meat Papain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOC LP 544
17181-2Pig Meat Papain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
17182-Bull Cowin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5591
17183-1, ARC unissuedMy Baby Quit Me in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyCK 46776
March 1935, Wilton, Connecticut 
46-AGovernor O.K. Allenin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
47-ADe Kalb Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1044
48-BAin’t Goin‘ Down to de Well No More-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
49-AHa-Ha This-a-Wayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
49-BAlabama Boundin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
50-AIn Dem Long Hot Summer Days-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
50-BGo Down, Old Hannah-lin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
144-AI’m All Out & Downin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
144-BDe Kalb Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
145-AHa, Ha This-awayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
145-B-1Dear Old Daddy-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
145-B-2Dear Old Daddy-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
145-B-3Dear Old Daddy-lin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
145-B-4Dear Old Daddy-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
146-AI’m Gonna Hold It in Her While She’s Young and Tenderin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
146-BWhat You Goin‘ to Do with Your Long Tall Daddy:‘in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
147-ADicklicker’s Holler-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
147-BBilly in the Lowlands/Heah, Rattler, Heahin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
148-AFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
148-BFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
149-ASend Down Your Handin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
149-BShorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
150-AShorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
150-B-1Pick a Bale o‘ Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
150-B-2Elnorain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5593
151-AHa, Ha Thisawayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
151-BSend Down Your Handin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
152-ADeath Letter Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
152-BDeath Letter Blues [fragments]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
153-AWhere De Sun Done Gonein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
153-BBring Me a Li’l Water Silvyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
154-ADicklicker’s Hollerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
154-BWhoa Back, Buck Goddamnin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
155-ABilly in the Low Groundin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
155-BThe Grey Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
156-AOld Rattlerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
156-BI’m All Out and Downin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
157-AFrankie and Albertin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
157-B-1I Walked Her and Talked Herin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
157-B-2Billy the Weaverin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
June 22, 1937, Washington, D.C.    
993-A-1Gwine Dig a Holein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
993-A-2Polly-Polly-Weein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
993-A-3Jawbone Walkin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
993-BIf It Wasn’t for Dickyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
994-ALast Night in the Eveningin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
994-B-1Somethin‘, Somethin‘ Keeps a Worryin‘ Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
994-B-2Untitled [Cowley: Untitled song about the spanish-american war]in: Cowley; mentioned in Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
995-AMonkey Menin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
995-B-1I Ain’t Gonna Ring Dem Yallow Women’s Do‘ Bells-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
995-B-2Rock Island Line-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
995-B-3All Out and Down-lin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
996-A-1Hello Centralin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
996-A-2Raccoon up the Simmon Treein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
996-BAn‘ Goin‘ Drink No Moin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
997-ANew York Cityin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
997-BQueen Maryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045, SFW 40201
998-A-1Turn Your Radio Onin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
998-A-2Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
998-B-1The Hindenburg Disasterin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098, SFW 40201
998-B-2The Hindenburg Disaster in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098, SFW 40201
December, 1937 or January 1938, New York City (probably) 
2020-A-1Old Time Religion-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Cowley notes „He’s Just the Same Today“ as 2020 Aunissued
2020-A-2He’s Just the Same Todayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Cowley and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note „He’s Just the Same Today“ as 2020-ADOCD-5594
2021-BGit on Boardin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
2023-ARock of Ages-1, 2 in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
October 10, 1938, NYC BBC studios
RCD-1151Boll Weevilin: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151I’m Goin‘ Mother (aka Mama)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Go Down, Ol‘ Hannahin: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Prison Hollerin: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151(Baby) Take a Whiff On Mein: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Irene (Good Night, Irene) (1)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Jail-House Bluesin: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Old Reilly (In Them Long Hot Summer Days)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Ox Driver’s Song (Whoa, Back, Buck) (1)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Ox Driver’s Song (Whoa, Back, Buck) (2)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Julie Ann Johnsonin: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
RCD-1151Governor O.K. Allen (aka Angola Blues)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeRCD-1151
November 26 or December 26, 1938, New York City   
2501-AMama, Did You Bring Me Any Silver?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
2501-BLeaving on the Morning Train Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5594
2502-A-1Scottsboro Boysin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
2502-A-2Outshine the Sun-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
2502-B-1Noted Rider Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
2502-B-2The Bourgeois Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
2503-A-1Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
2503-A-2Little John Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1098
2503-BJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
2504-AJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
2504-BEva in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
April 1, 1939, New York    
GM-498-, Musicraft 225Fannin Streetin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-499K/A, MusicraftFrankie and Albert [First Half / Completion)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-500-Frankie and Albert–Part 2 in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
GM-501, Musicraft 226De Kalb Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-502-Ain’t Goin‘ Down to the Well No More / Go Down Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
GM-503, Musicraft 223Looky Looky Yonder / Black Betty / Yellow Women’s Door Bells (On A Monday)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
 GM-504, MusicraftThe Bourgeois Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-505-K, Musicraft 225Poor Howard / Green Cornin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-506-The Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
GM-507-A, Musicraft 226The Boll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-508-Ain’t Goin‘ Down to the Well No More / Go Down Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
GM-509-A, Musicraft The Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
GM-509-K, Musicraft 224Ain’t Goin‘ Down To The Well No Mo‘ / Go Down Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226
February 22, 1940 NYC [Part of the Mary Barnicle-Tillman Cadle Collection]
BC 95Didn’t Ol‘ John Cross the Water / Stewball-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
BC 96Trials Ham and Eggsin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
February 1940
acetate 742Jim Crow #2in: SFW 40045SFW 40045
March 20, 1940 or late February 1941?, New York City
acetate 382IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382StewballWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ from this session (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382CottonfieldsWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382Ham and Eggs [Make it on the Side of the road]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940SFW 40201
acetate 382Take This HammerWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382Pick a Bale of CottonWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382Sylvie-1,2Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
acetate 382IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note acetate 382 as rec. In late February 1941, but SFW 40201 notes the issued „Ham and Eggs“ (acetate 382) as March 20, 1940unissued
June 15, 1940, New York 
051295-1, Victor 27268Pick A Bale Of Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051296- , Victor unissuedYellow Galin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; RCA 50957 notes it as „051296-1“RCA 50957
051297-, Victor unissuedWhoa Back, Buckin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051298-1, VictorMidnight Specialin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051299-1, Victor 27268Alabama Boundin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051500-1, VictorRock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051501-, Bluebird B8791Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051502-, Bluebird B8791Leaving Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051503-1, VictorT.B. Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051504-, Bluebird B8709Red Cross Store Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051505-, Bluebird B8550Sail On, Little Girl, Sail Onin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051506-, Bluebird B8709Robertain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051507-, Bluebird B8559Albertain: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
051508-1, VictorI’m on My Last Go Roundin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5226, RCA 50957
June 17, 1940, New York 
051322-1, Victor Easy Riderin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051323-1, Bluebird B8750New York Cityin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051324-, Bluebird B8570Worried Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051325-, Bluebird B8570Don’t You Love Your Daddy No More?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051326-1, Bluebird B8750You Can’t Lose-A Me Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051327-1, Victor unissuedGrey Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051327-2, Victor 27267Grey Goose (Take 2)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5461
051328-1, Victor unissuedDidn’t Ol‘ John Cross The Water?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5411, RCA 50957
051329-1, Victor 27267Stew Ballin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051330-, Victor unissuedTake This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051331-, Victor unissuedCan’t You Line ‚Emin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
051332-Julianne Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; RCA 50957 notes it as „051332-1“RCA 50957
051333-1, Victor 27266Ham An‘ Eggsin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, RCA 50957
June 19, 1940, New York City
none, WNYC radio broadcastIntroductionin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
none, WNYC radio broadcastAin’t Going Downin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
none, WNYC radio broadcastWent Out on the Mountainin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
none, WNYC radio broadcastWhoa Buck-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
none, WNYC radio broadcastWorried Blues-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
none, WNYC radio broadcastGood Mornin‘ Blues-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
none, WNYC radio broadcastYou Can’t Lose Me Charliein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
none, WNYC radio broadcastBoll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeBiograph CD-113
August 4, 1940, NYC
none, Collector’s Club LP 23Don’t You Love Your Daddy No More (NBC Chamber Music Broadcast)in: Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
none, Collector’s Club LP 23You Can’t Lose Me Charlie (NBC Chamber Music Broadcast)in: DOCD-1018DOCD-1018
August 23, 1940, Washington, D.C.    
4469-A-(a)Monologue on T.B.-1,3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4469-A-1Last Night in the Eveningin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4469-A-2T.B. Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4469-A-3How Long?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4469-A-4When the Train Comes Alongin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4469-B-(a)Monologue on Square Dances (or) Sooky Jumps-1,3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4469-B-1Po‘ Howardin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
4469-B-2Dance Calls (including „A Dollar Bill: Baby Won’t You Buy Any Shoes“)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
4469-B-3Gwine Dig a Hole to Put the Devil in Itin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
4469-B-4Tight Like Thatin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4469-B-5Green Cornin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1045
4470-A-(a)Monologue On (The) Blues-1,2.3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4470-A-1Sail On, Little Girlin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1097
4470-A-2Red Cross Sto‘-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4470-B-(a)Monologue on the Mourner’s Bench-1,2,3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4470-B-1Hallelujah-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4470-B-2Backslider, Fare You Well-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4470-B-3Amazing Grace-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4470-B-4Must I Be Carried to the Sky on Flowered Beds of Ease?-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4470-B-5Amazing Grace-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDoc LP 610, Elektra EKL 301/2
4470-B-6Down in the Valley to Pray-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4471-A-1Meeting at the Building-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-A-2When That Train Comes Along-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-A-3The Blood Done Signed My Name-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-A-4Witness for My Lord-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-A-4 (a)Soldier in the Army of the Lordin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-A-5Outshine the Sun-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-B-1Let It Shine on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4471-B-2Way Over in the Promised Landin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4471-B-3Oh, Something on My Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-4How Long?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-4 (a)Tall Angel at the Barin: Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOC LP 611
4471-B-5Swing Low, Sweet Chariotin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-6Ain’t Goin‘ Study War No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-7Join the Bandin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-8Old Time Religionin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-9Stand Your Test in Judgementin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4471-B-10Must I Be Carried to the Sky on Flowered Beds of Ease?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4472-A-1Run, Sinners-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4472-A-2Ride Onin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4472-A-3Prayer-1,2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4472-A-4Christmas-1,2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4472-A-5John Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4472-B-1John Hardyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1099
4472-B-2Howard Hughesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4472-B-3Bottle Up and Goin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4472-B-4Cowboy Song [NOT: When I Was a Cowboy, mistitled on RCD-1046]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Cowley. Both D/G/R and Cowley mention the mistitling on RCD-1046RCD-1046
4473-A-1Leaving Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4473-A-2The Roosevelt Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4473-A-3The Scottsboro Boysin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046, SFW 40201
4473-A-4Don’t You Love Me No More?in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4473-B-1Noted Rider Blues [No Good Rider]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4473-B-2The Gallows Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4473-B-3So Doggone Soonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyRCD-1046
4473-B-4Ham and Eggs-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
4473-B-5Bottle Up and Go [fragment]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; CowleyDOCD-5595
November 7, 1940, WNYC
acetate 266Red Riverin: SFW 40201SFW 40201
November 18, 1940, NYC, From the WABC radio show acetate „Back Where I Come From.“
acetate 381Ella Speedin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
January 11, 1941
acetate 270Moanin‘in: SFW 40201SFW 40201, SFW 40044
January 1941, New York City or Washington, D.C. (recorded by the Office of War Information for radio broadcast)
E 3685Alabama Bound / On a Monday / Stewball / Gray GooseWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „New York City or Washington, D.C.“unissued
February 6, 1941, Folk Songs of America, WNYC / Almost Day, Blues in My Kitchen, Blues in My Dining Room, I Went Up on the Mountain, Good Morning Blues, Baby, Don’t You Love Me No More, T.B. Blues, Irene
acetate 377-101Irene in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye. Not noted in tracklist of SFW 40201, but the intro is in the recording.SFW 40201
acetate 377-101Almost Day [aka Chickens crowing for midnight; Christmas Song]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101Blues in My Kitchen, Blues in My Dining Room [Blues in My Kitchen and Dining Room]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101I Went Up on the Mountainin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101Baby, Don’t You Love Me No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101T.B. Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 377-101Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
February 12, 1941, NYC, Radio program broadcast on WNYC acetate 
Acetate 390Walk Through That Valleyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 390Grey Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 390Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 390T.B. Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
February 18, 1941, From a radio program broadcast on WNYC. Acetate 
acetate 398I Woke Up This Morning-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398I Went Up on the Mountain-3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398Whoa, Back, Buckin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398If It Wasn’t For Dickyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 398I Declare This World’s in a Bad Condition-2,3in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398What Kind of Soul Has Man-2.4in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398What’s You Gonna Do When The World’s on Firein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 398Rock Me (Hide Me in Thy Bosom)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201
acetate 398The Blood Done Signed Your Namein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 398Leaving Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
February 27, 1941, WNYC
acetate 384 [381?]IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“unissued
acetate 384 [381?]Look Down that lonesome Road 1,2Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“unissued
acetate 384 [381?]What Kind of Soul Has Man-1.2Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“unissued
acetate 384 [381?], Folkways FA 2014, FP 14Shorty GeorgeWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“; SFW 40201 notes this as „acetate 381“; SFW 40044 notes this as „rec. ca. 1941“SFW 40201, SFW 40044
acetate 384 [376?]When You Get To Sleep, Please Don’t Sleep Too Long (WNYC Broadcast)Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“; DOCD-1018 notes this as February 27, 1941, acetate 376; SFW 40105 notes it as rec. ca. 1941, acetate 376DOCD-1018, SFW 40105
acetate 384 [381-101?]Packin‘ Trunk [Packin‘ Trunk Blues]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“; SFW 40201 notes this as „acetate 381-101“SFW 40201
acetate 384 [381?]IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 384“unissued
late February 1941, NYC, From a radio program broadcast on WNYC.
acetate 382Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Stewballin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Cottonfieldsin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Ham and Eggsin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Take This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Sylvie-1,2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 382Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
March 13, 1941, Folk Songs of America, WNYC / Grey Goose, Boll Weevil, Yellow Gal, Ha-ha This A Way, Leaving Blues, Irene
Acetate 381[-102]IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
Acetate 381[-102]Grey GooseWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
Acetate 381[-102]Boll WeevilWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
Acetate 381[-102]Yallow GalWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
Acetate 381[-102]Ha, Ha ThisawayWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
Acetate 381[-102], Folkways 31046Leaving Blues Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Acetate 381[-102]IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as „acetate 381“, SFW 40201 add „-102“SFW 40201
March 20, 1941, From WNYC: March 20, 1941
Folkways FA 2004, FP 4 [*SC-275]Bring Me a Little Water, Silvy [Bring a Little Water Sylvie; Bring Me Lil‘ Water Silvy]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as part of a Medley as SC-275- („Bring Me Lil‘ Water Silvy / Julie Ann Johnson / Line ‚Em-3 / Whoa Back Buck“) rec. Ca. October 1943. SFW 40044 notes this as matrix 275, acetate 3610, rec. January 3, 1943, as does Fancourt. SFW 40201 keeps the Wolfe/Lornell sequence in the tracklist, but notes this song as rec. March 20, 1941 in a different context than thought before.SFW 40201, SFW 40044
May 1941, New York City [cf. January 9, 1942!]
SC-32, Asch SC32Redbirdin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227
Sc-34-XChicken Crowing for Midnight [Rooster Crows at Midnight, Christmas Song, Almost Day]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye. Same as SFW 40105?DOCD-5227, [SFW 40105?]
SC-34-The Cotton Picking Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
SC-35, acetate 1433Parting Song [or October 1948]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note a take for May 1941 (SC-35), SFW 40105 notes this for EITHER May 1941 (SC-35) OR October 1948, so this is unsettled.DOCD-5640 [?], SFW 40105 [?]
July 1941, New York City
SC-80, AschYou Can’t Lose Me, Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044, SFW 40105
SC-79, Asch C-79Skip To My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227
Fall 1941, New York City
acetate 375Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 375Yellow Galin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40044
acetate 375Cottonfields-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 375Cotton Needs Picking-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 375Grey Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 375, Folkways FA 2004, FP 4 Pick a Bale of Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeSFW 40201, SFW 40044
acetate 375Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
December 3, 1941, New York City, from a radio program broadcast on WNYC acetate
acetate 379 Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 379 Pick a Bale of Cotton-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 379 We Shall Walk in the Valley in Peacein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 379 Look Away in Heaven-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 379 See the Sing of Judgement-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 379 Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
December 31, 1941, New York City, from a radio program broadcast on WNYC acetate
Acetate 381Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Ha, Ha Thisawayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Sally Walkerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381You Can’t Lose Me, Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Skip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Redbirdin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Christmas Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
Acetate 381Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
January 9, 1942
SC-26Ha-Ha This a WayWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye dates this as session late May 1941, New York CityDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
SC-27Sally WalkerWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye dates this as session late May 1941, New York CityDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
January 17, 1942, New York City
acetate 317Uncle Sam Says (Bottle Up and Go)in: DOCD-1018; SFW 40105 also gives this dateDOCD-1018, SFW 40105
January 20, 1942, City College of New York    
6407-A-1Dear Mr. Presidentin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
6407-A-2President Rooseveltin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-1018
6407-B-1Dear Mr. PresidentCowley and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note „Dear Mr. President“ as 6407-B-1 and „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-2. Wolfe/Lornell note „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-1 and do not note a number or song for 6407-B-2.  RCD-1046 notes „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-2.unissued
6407-B-2Mr. Hitler Cowley and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note „Dear Mr. President“ as 6407-B-1 and „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-2. Wolfe/Lornell note „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-1 and do not note a number or song for 6407-B-2.  RCD-1046 notes „Mr. Hitler“ as 6407-B-2.RCD-1046
January 1942, New York City
SC-101, Asch Take This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
SC-102, Asch 103)Haul Away, Joein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227
SC-103, Asch / Folkways FA 2014, FP 14Rock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
SC-104, Asch 102Ol‘ Rileyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227
SC-105, Asch 101Corn Bread Roughin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, [same as on 40010?]
SC-106, Asch / Folkways 1027, 1951Old Manin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
April 29, 1942
acetate 271If You Want To Do Your Part (Radio Broadcast)in: DOCD-1018; SFW 40105 also gives this dateDOCD-1018, SFW 40105
May 11, 1942, Washington, D.C    
6502-A-3How Longin: DOCD-5595DOCD-5595
6502-B-1T.B. Blues in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/RyeDOCD-5595
rec. 1942 (?), New York City, From a radio program broadcast on WNYC (acetate) 
acetate 376IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942unissued
acetate 376Way Down in GeorgiaWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942unissued
acetate 376How Come You Do Me Like You Do?Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942, SFW 40201 notes this as acetate 376 undated, SFW 40201, [SFW 40068 ?]
acetate 376Easy, Mr. TomWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942unissued
acetate 376One Dime Blues [Fore-Day Blues; Broke and Ain’t Got a Dime]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942, SFW 40201 notes this as acetate 376 undatedSFW 40201
acetate 376I’m Going to Buy You a Brand New Ford [Wolfe/Lornell: I’m Gonna Buy You a V-8 Ford]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942, SFW 40201 notes this as acetate 376 rec. 1942 SFW 40201
acetate 376IreneWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note these as ca. spring 1942unissued
Fall 1942, New York City, From a half-hour radio program broadcast hosted by Art Hodes on WNYC (acetate) 
acetate 378Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 378Don’t You Love Your Daddy No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 378Christmas Is Comingin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
acetate 378Fannin Streetin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Ryeunissued
July or August, 1943, New York
SC 258-1, Melodisc 1187On a Mondayin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40044, SFW 40010
SC-259John Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227
SC 259-1, Asch 343-3John Henry (alt take) in: FancourtFW FP 53, FJ 2801
SC-260, Asch 343-1 / acetate 1615 / How Long, How Long [How Long Blues]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
SC-261-1, Asch 343-2, FP 2004, Atl 917(Goodnight) Irene [with Sonny Terry]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; Fancourt. The version on DOCD-5568 is not from 1947 as the CD claims. It is the same recording, but has longer running time because the other versions are being faded out ca. 30 seconds before. So technically, these are two different edits of the same recording.DOCD-5227, SFW 40201, DOCD-5568
SC-261Irene (Goodnight Irene)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227
SC-262 / Asch 343-2 / Folkways 2488, 1962Ain’t You Glad (The Blood Done Signed My Name)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
SC 262 / Asch 343-2Ain’t You Glad (alt take))in: FancourtStinson LP 17
SC-263, Asch, acetate 1617Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5227
October 1943, New York City
SC-270 / Disc 3002 Out on the Western Plains [Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yeah/Out on the Western Plains] [Cowboy Song]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
SC-271 / acetate 217Noted Rider (No Good Rider) [Noted Rider / *[[Big Fat Woman]] / Borrow Love And Go]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye. Fancourt and SFW 40201 exclude „Big Fat Woman“ (SC-271) from this medley. SFW 40201 gives 1944 as recording date for „Big Fat Woman“DOCD-5228, SFW 40201 SFW 40044
SC-272John Hardyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5228
SC-273 / acetate 684Meeting at the Buildingin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW 40044, SFW 40010
SC-273 / Folkways 2488, 1962(Meeting at the Building) Good, Good, Good (Talking, Preaching) / We Shall Walk Through the Valley [Meeting At The Building / Talking Preaching / We Shall Walk Through The Valley]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
Sc-274Fiddler’s Dream / Yallow Gal / Green Cornin: Wolfe/Lornell; Dixon/Godrich/Rye; FancourtDOCD-5228
SC-275 / Asch 561-1Julie Ann Johnson [from: [[*Bring Me Lil Water Silvy]]; Julia Ann Johnson; Line ‚Em; Old Cunningham [Whoa Back Buck]]Wolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye note this as a Medley SC-275- including „Bring Me Lil‘ Water Silvy“ at the beginning.  Fancourt excludes „Bring Me Lil‘ Water Silvy“ from the Medley. SFW 40201 keeps the Wolfe/Lornell sequence in the tracklist, but excludes „Bring Me Lil‘ Water Silvy“ from the medley  as rec. March 20, 1941 in a different context than thought before, also excludes „Line‘ Em“/“Linin‘ Track“, noting it as the version from May 1944 and excluding „Whoa Back Buck“, noting it for the version from September/October 1948.DOCD-5228, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
Asch 561-2?Play with your PoodleFancourt: from above sessions (October 1943)?unissued
Asch 561-3?Good Morning Blues #2Fancourt: from above sessions (October 1943)?SFW 40045, Folkways LP 31046 
Prob. Late 1943. Origin undecided.
øOn a MondayWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øDefense BluesWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øKeep Your Hands Off HerWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øJim CrowWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øDown in the ValleyWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øPigmeatWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øBlue Tail FlyWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øBoll WeevilWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
øMidnight SpecialWolfe/Lornell and Dixon/Godrich/Rye both note these as probably being Asch recordings, but couldn’t establish date and origin for sure. They are connected to the October 1943-session because both sessions were issued on related Collectables releases. This could all be doubles, but no session „looks“ the same looking at the tracklistCollectables 5196 (CD)
January 3, 1944, New York City
LEA-1Careless Love Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
LEA-2We Shall Walk Through The Valleyin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
LEA-3You Know She Doin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
LEA-4Blues Without Understandingin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
LEA-6Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
February 17, 1944, New York  
5126-3, Musicraft 311Robertain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5127, Musicraft 313Bill Bradyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5128, Musicraft 312(Black Gal) Where Did You Sleep Last Nightin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5129, Musicraft 310Yellow Galin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5130-1, Musicraft 310When The Boys Were Out on the Western Plainsin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5131, Musicraft 313Pretty Flowers in Your Backyardin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5132, Musicraft 312In New Orleans (House oft the Rising Sun)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
5133, Musicraft 311John Hardyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
April 19, 1944, New York City
MA-60, Asch 348-3I’ve a Pretty Flowerin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
Ma-63, Asch 432-3Don’t Lie Buddyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
April 23, 1944, New York City
683How Do You Know in: Wolfe/Lornell [listed separately, but possibly same as 683-1 take?]Asch rejected
683-1 / Asch 331-2 / acetate 1410 / matrix 683How Do You Know? / Don’t Mind the Weaterin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40045
684What Are Little Boys Made ofin: Wolfe/Lornell [listed separately, but possibly same as 684-1 take?]Asch rejected
684-1, Asch 331-3(What Are) Little Boys (Made Of) / Let Me Hold Your Hand (All For You) / Polly Wolly (Polly) Weein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40105
685Skip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell [listed separately, but possibly same as 685-1 take?]Asch rejected
685-1, Asch 331-2Skip To My Lou / Christmas Day (It’s Almost Over)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
686Sally Walkerin: Wolfe/Lornell [listed separately, but possibly same as 686-1 take?]Asch rejected
686-1, Asch 331-1Little Sally Walker / Ha Ha Thisaway / Red Birdin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
April 25, 1944, New York City
MA-97, Stinson 5, Folkways 2488, 1962 / acetate 546 / matrix 97Outskirts of Townin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
Ma-160, Stinson 48Blind Lemon (Memorial Record)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
Ma-161, Stinson 48Leadbelly’s Dancein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228
MA-167, Asch 331-3, acetate 1406Mother’s Blues (Little Children Blues)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40105
MA-168, Asch 331-1Mo‘ Yet [More Yet] / (Little Boy) How Old Are You / There’s A Limb On The Tree (Green Grass Grows All Around)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5228, SFW 40105
MA?, Stinson 48Red River / Black Girl (In The Pines) / Don’t Miss Your Water Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt lists it as an unidentifed sessions from this periodDOCD-5228
May 1944, New York City
MA-196, Stinson 48In The Evenin‘ When The Sun Goes Downin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34Easy Rider (See See Rider)in: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310
Folkways 2488, 1962, Folkways 31006We Shall Be Freein: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
none, Folkways FA-2483We Shall Be Free (Alternate Version)in: DOCD-5461DOCD-5461
Folkways 2488, 1962, Folkways 2568Keep Your Hands Off Herin: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
Folkways 2468There’s A Man Going Round Taking Namesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
Asch 34 / Folkways FA 2034, FP 34Red Birdin: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310, SFW 40045
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34, Asch 561-1 / Folkways 2488, 1962Line ‚Em [Linin‘ Track]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt. SFW 40201 leads to the conclusion that this is often wrongly noted for an alleged medley of October 1943.DOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40045 ,SFW 40010
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34T.B. Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34, ace 384Jim Crow Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34 / SFW 40045, 1997The Bourgeois Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34Army Lifein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40045, SFW 40068, SFW 40021
Folkways FA 2034, FP 34 / acetate 258Hitler Song (Mr. Hitler)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40021, SFW 40045
Folkways 53Juliana Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
øPig MeatWolfe/Lornell note „Xtra LP 1047“, this seems incorrect. They probably mean XTRA 1017 „The Leadbelly Box“ which has 2 versions of „Pig Meat“. „The Leadbelly Box“ in turn is just a combination of FA 2014 and FA 2024. The „FA 2014“ is possibly from 1935, the „FA 2024“ surely from 1947 – this track here might to be a listing mistake and inexistent or maybe identical to the take from June 1946.
Folkways 2488, 1962Jean Harlowin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310, SFW 40201, SFW 40010, SFW 40105
Arhoolie 1009Corn Bread Roughin: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310
Folkways 2488National Defense Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
Folkways 2488Children’s Blues (Little Children’s Blues)in: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5310
Folkways 2488The Blood Done Sign My Name (Ain’t You Glad)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
c. July 1944, New York City
Smithsonian Folkways 40043Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yeain: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt notes it for this period but as „unidentified session“DOCD-5310
October 4, 1944, Hollywood
397-4A, Capitol 369Ella Speedin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
398-3A1, Capitol 239Rock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
399-1A, Capitol 369Tell Me Babyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
400-A1, Capitol 369Take This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
October 11, 1944, Hollywood 
413-3A, Capitol 40130Irene [Fancourt: Irene (Goodnight Irene)]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
414-2A, Capitol 369)Western Plainin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
415-2A, Capitol 369On A Christmas Dayin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
CAP 416-3, Capitol 40130Backwater Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5310
October 27, 1944, Hollywood 
457-1, Capitol 1821The Eagle Rocks [Wolfe/Lornell: Eagle Rock Rag-1 & 3; Fancourt: Eagle rock-1]in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt notes an additional „Cap 457“ as „Eagle Rock Rag (The Eagle Rocks)“, so there’s some confusionDOCD-5310
457-2A, Capitol 10021Eagle Rock RagWolfe/Lornell: „Eagle Rock Rag-2“; Fancourt „Eagle Rock Rag-1“DOCD-5310
457-2-alt. take, Capitol 10021Eagle Rock Rag (Alt. Take)in: DOCD-5411DOCD-5411
458-Meat Shakin‘ Womenin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
459-2A, Capitol 40038Sweet Mary Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
460-3A, CapitolGrasshopper in My Pillowin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
November 6, 1944, Hollywood
none, Armed Forces Radio Service Jubilee 107Rock Island Line (AFRS Jubilee 107)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-1018
none, Collector’s Club LP 23Jim Crow Blues (AFRS Jubilee 107)in: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-1018
rec. 1944
SC-271 / Disc 660Big Fat Woman [Big Fat Mama]Fancourt splits this from other Sc-271, 1943, leaves date around 1943. SFW 40201 puts it at 1944SFW 40201, SFW 40044
February 15, 1945, San Francisco
Folkways FC 7533Irene, Goodnightin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533John Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Boll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533When a Man’s a Long Way From Homein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 45047
Folkways FC 7533Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533By and By When the Morning Comesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Let it Shine on Me [possibly non-existent or part of medley?]Wolfe/Lornell note this; Fancourt mentions it, but it’s not in the album tracks of FC 7533Folkways LP FC 7533?
Folkways FC 7533Medley: Everytime I Feel the Spirit / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / They Hung Him on the Crossin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Swing Low Sweet Chariotin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Rock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Julie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Haul Away Joein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533Christmas is Comingin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
Folkways FC 7533We’re in the Same Boat Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
øSkip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øAmazing Gracein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øTake This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 45047
øPoor Boyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
May 12, 1945 , Berkeley CA, Radio broadcast over KRE 
øOh Mary, Don’t You Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øElla Louisein: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øRock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øCasey Jonesin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øJim Crowin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øHouse of the Rising Sunin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øIrene, Goodnightin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øTell Me How Long the Train Been Gonein: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øShine On Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øNobody Knows the Trouble I Seenin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øSwing Low, Sweet Chariotin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øOh Mary, Don’t You Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øShout On-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øDown Hawaii Wayin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øSkip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øAll Over This Worldin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
øIrene, Goodnightin: Wolfe/Lornell; mentioned by Fancourtunissued
June 1946, New York
D 308 [Fancourt], D 386 [Wolfe/Lornell] Disc 5501PigmeatFancourt: D 308; Wolfe/Lornell: D 386DOCD-5311
D 308 [Fancourt], Asch AA 1/2Keep your hands off herFancourt: D 308
D 308 [Fancourt], D 386 [Wolfe/Lornell]  Folkways 2034, 1953Easy RiderFancourt: D 308; Wolfe/Lornell: D 386DOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
D 384 / acetate 293, FW 400014, 5, and 9 [Hollywood and Vine, I Called Her This Morning]in: FancourtDOCD-5461, SFW 40201, SFW 40001, SFW 40044, SFW 40068
D 385 / acetate 294Diggin‘ My Potatoesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
D 386 / acetate 292The National Defense Blues [(National) Defense Blues; Defense Blues]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40021, SFW 40105, SFW 40010
D 386, Folkways 53John Henryin: Wolfe/LornellDOCD-5311
D 386-2, Folkways 9010Careless Lovein: FancourtDOCD-1018
D-386-House of the rising sunin: Fancourtunissued
D-386-Christmas Songin: Fancourtunissued
D-386-Get your basketin: Fancourtunissued
D-386-Frankie and Johnnyin: Fancourtunissued
October 1946, New York
D 669Alabama Boundin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40045
D 670, Disc 6043Ham and Eggsin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40105
D 671, Disc 6044Yellow Galin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40105
D 672, Disc 6045Stew Ballin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311
D 673, Disc 6044Gray Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40105
D 674, Disc 6043Midnight Specialin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40105
D 674 / ace 276 / Folkways 4(?)Green Cornin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40105, SFW 40044
D 674, Folkways 2488, Fiddler’s Dramin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5311, SFW 40201, SFW 40010
December 9, 1946, Salt Lake City, Recorded at a party of the home of Dr. Hector Lee on a wire recorder. 
øSt. Louis Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtRCD-1151
øFrankie and Albert-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtRCD-1151
øIrene-1in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtRCD-1151
øSalt Lake Cityin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtRCD-1151
øBourgeois Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øThe Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øWe’re in the Same Boat, Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtRCD-1151
ca. February 1947 (?), New York City [Note: Fancourt notes that some of FW 4 and FW 14 are actually pre-1943, and that some of these here are probably 1941]
Folkways 2004, 1950Yellow Galin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950You Can’t Lose Me Chollyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Laurain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways 2004, 1950Good Morning Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Leaving Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Big Fat Womanin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Gray Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40044
Folkways 2004, 1950Pick a Bale of Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Take This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Bring Me a Little Water Silvy (Sylvie)in: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Moaning in: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950Meeting at the Buildingin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways 2004, 1950We Shall Walk through the Valleyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568 
Summer 1947, New York City Huddie Ledbetter   vocal/guitar with speech-1
Folkways LP-14Cotton Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways LP-14Ha Ha This Wayin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways LP-14Sukey Jump (Win‘ Jammer)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways LP-14Black Girl (in the pines)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044, SFW 40061, SFW 40062
Folkways LP-14Rock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways LP-14Blind Lemon (Song)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways LP-14Borrow Love and Go (Bottle Up and Go)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40044
Folkways LP-14On a Monday (I’m Almost Done)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568 
Folkways LP-14Shorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568 
Folkways LP-14Duncan (and Brady)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568 
Folkways LP-14Old Rileyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways LP-14Leavin‘ Blues (Leavin‘ In the Morning)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5568, SFW 40045
Folkways LP-14Pigmeatin: Wolfe/Lornell [probably 1941 acc. to Fancourt]DOCD-5568, SFW 40201, SFW 40044
June 14, 1947, New York City („This is Jazz“)
This is Jazz BroadcastGreen Corn (This is Jazz Broadcast)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
This is Jazz BroadcastJohn Henry (This is Jazz Broadcast)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
1947, New York City
none, unissuedIf It Wasn’t for Dickyin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedBlack Betty / Old Man / On a Mondayin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedTurn Yo‘ Radio Onin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedNo Good Riderin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedHoward Hughesin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedNew York Cityin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedThe Gallis Polein: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedI’m Leavin‘ On the Morning Trainin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedJean Harlowin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
none, unissuedGood Mornin‘ Bluesin: FancourtDOCD-5568 
spring 1946 or September 6, 1947, New York
DOC LP 544Eagle Rock Rag (Live)Fancourt: Sept. 6 1947; Wolfe/Lornell: spring 1946DOCD-5568, DOC LP 544
DOC LP 544Good Morning BluesFancourt: Sept. 6 1947; Wolfe/Lornell: spring 1946DOCD-5676, DOC LP 544
DOC LP 544Yellow GalFancourt: Sept. 6 1947; Wolfe/Lornell: spring 1946DOCD-5676, DOC LP 544
DOC LP 544Borrow Love and GoFancourt: Sept. 6 1947; Wolfe/Lornell: spring 1946DOCD-5676, DOC LP 544
ca. June 15, 1948, NYC, from the Elizabeth Barnacle-Tillman Cadle Collection.
BC97When Your Hair Turns to Silver / Relax Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC98Hollywood and Vine / Honey You Are the Only Onein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC99Gallus Pole / We’re in the Same Boat, Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC100Gallus Pole / We’re in the Same Boat, Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC101Alabamy Bound / Equality for Negroesin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC102Hollywood and Vine / Honey You Are the Only Onein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC103House of the Rising Sun / He Never Said a Mumbling Wordin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC104Gonna Tear Hitler Down / Relax Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC105We’re In the Same Boat, Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC106When Your Hair Turns to Silver / Relax Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC107Shorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC108Gallows Pole / Gallows Polein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC109Git on Boardin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC110Go Down Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC111Maid Freed from the Gallowsin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC112Holes in My Pockets, Patches on My Pants / Daddy, Let Me Lay It on Youin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC113Going to Fight the Battle Until I Die / In the Pines-1in: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC114I Went Down in the Valley to Prayin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC115Little Bit O‘ That You Setten / ON Elnorain: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC116Julie Ann Johnson / Ain’t Going to Ring Them Yellow Women’s Door Bellsin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC117Tight Like That / Fiddler’s Draw Don’t Give a Damnin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC118Midnight Special / Trialsin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC119Blood Done Signed My Namein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC120Frankie and Albert (Part One) / Frankie and Albert (Part Two)in: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC121In Them Long Hot Summer Days / Ain’t Going Down to the Well No More / One Dollar Bill, Baby Hooray, Hooray, Hooray / Dicklicker’s Holein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC122Alberta (Part One) / Alberta (Part Two)in: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC123Queen Mary / Shreveport Jailin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC124Ha, Ha Thisaway / Bill in the Lowlandsin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC125Boll Weevil Song / Green Corn / Ella Speed and Bill Martinin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC126Hitler Song / Black Girlin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC127Equality for Negroes / Alabama Boundin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC128In Kentuckyin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC129Baby, You Can’t DO Me Like Corinna Done / Alabama Boundin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC130Don’t You Weep, Don’t You Moan / I’ll Be Glad When I Get Home-2in: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC131Take This Hammer / Walk Around the Bedsidein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC132Rock Island Line / Looky, Looky Yonder / Man Ploughing with Mulesin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC133Whoa Back, Buck and Gee by the Lands / Honey, I’m All Out and Downin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC134Old Rattler / The Gray Goosein: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC135Prison Bound Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC136Nearer MY God to Thee / Come to Jesusin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
BC137New York City / Susie Qin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued
September 1948, NYC (inconsistent info on discs and different discographies)
11717-B-22, Library of Congress unissuedTell Me Baby What Was Wrong With Youin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
11717-B-23, Library of Congress unissuedNoted Rider [Wolfe/Lornell: Take a Whiff on Me]in: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note „Take a Whiff on Me“ as 11717-B-23DOCD-5640
11719-B-24, Library of Congress unissuedTake a Whiff on Mein: FancourtDOCD-5640
11719-A-25, Library of Congress unissuedOx Driving Moan [Fancourt: Ox driving Man]in: FancourtDOCD-5640
11719-A-26 (?)Ox-Driving Manin: Wolfe/Lornellunissued ? [LC discs different information than discographies]
11719-A-27?We’re in the same boat, brother-2in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt notes this on DLP 612, but it doesn’t appear in the tracklistunissued ? [LC discs different information than discographies. Fancourt notes DLP-612 which seems incorrect]
ca 25 Sept/October 1948, New York City  Huddie Ledbetter   vocal/guitar with speech-1
Folkways 31030, 1971John Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Pick A Bale of Cottonin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Go Down, Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Ain’t Going Down to the Well No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Shout On (Honey, I’m all out and down)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030It Was Soon One Morningin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030, 1971Whoa, Back, Buckin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt. SFW 40201 leads to the conclusion that this is often wrongly noted for an alleged medley of October 1943.DOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Birmingham Jail (Down in the Valley)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Take This Hammerin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030 / Frederic Ramsey tape 448Jail-House Blues (It Was Early One Morning) [Jail house bound]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31010, 1971Governor Pat Neff [Going Back to Mary (If I Had You Governor]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030 / Frederic Ramsey tape 453Come and Sit Down Beside Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40201, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Ha Ha This a Wayin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030You Can’t Lose Me, Charliein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030Rooster Crows at Midnight (Christmas Day)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
Folkways 31030Skip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640, SFW 40105
Folkways 31030 [SC-35]Parting Song (When you Smile-o) [or May 1941]SFW 40105 notes this as either 1948 or May 1941. Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt note it for October 1948, but Wolfe/Lornell also notes the take for May 1941. Unsettled.DOCD-5640 [?], SFW 40105 [?]
Folkways 31030, 1971The Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW 40045
September 27, 1948, New York City, rec. 1948 last sessions
øYes, I Was Standing in the Bottomin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øYes, I’m Going Down To Louisianain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øAin’t Going Down to the Well No More (Version 2)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068, SFW 40105
øDick Ligger’s Holler [Dicklicker’s Holler]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øMiss Liza Janein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øDog Latin Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øLeaving Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øGo Down, Old Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øBlue Tail Flyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øNobody In This World Is Better Than Usin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øWe’re In the Same Boat, Brotherin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øLooky, Looky Yonderin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øJolly o‘ the Ransomin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øOld Ship of Zionin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øBring Me a Little Water, Silvyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øMistreatin‘ Mamain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øBlack Bettyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øAin’t Going Down to the Well No Morein: FancourtSFW40068
øI’m Going Back Down to Louisianain: FancourtSFW40068
øI Don’t Know You, What Have I Donein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øRock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øOld Man, Will Your Dog Catch a Rabbit?in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068, SFW 40105
øShorty Georgein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øStewballin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øBottle Up & Goin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øYou Know I Got to Do Itin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øAin’t It a Shame to Go Fishin‘ On a Sundayin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øI Ain’t Gonna Drink Anymorein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øWinnsboro Cotton Mill Bluesin: FancourtSFW40068
øMy Lindy Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øI’m Thinking Of  a Friendin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øThey Hung Him on the Cross (Version 1) (He Never said a mumblin‘ word)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øI Don’t Want No More of Army Lifein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øIn The Worldin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øI Want to Go Homein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
October 15, 1948, New York City, last sessions
øNew Iberiain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øDancing With Tears In My Eyesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øSalty Dogin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øNatiolnal Defense Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øEasy, Mr. Tomin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øRelax Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øBottle Up and Goin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øPolly Wolly Weein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øPig Latin Song (2nd Version)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øHawaiian Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øDrinkin‘ Lum Y A Allain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øThe Grey Goosein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øSilver City Boundin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øThe Titanicin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øDeath Letter Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øMary Don’t you Weepin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øThey Hung Him on the Cross (Version 2) (He never said a mumbling word)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øMidnight Specialin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
Folkways 2492, 1953Boll Weevil Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øCareless Lovein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øEasy Riderin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øCry For Me [Call It „Cry for Me“]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øAin’t Going to Drink No More (De Kalb Blues)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øBirmingham Jailin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øOld Rileyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øJulie Ann Johnsonin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øIt’s Tight like Thatin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
ø4,5 & 9in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øGood Morning Babe, How Do You Do?in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øJail House Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øWell, You Know I Had to Do Itin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øIrenein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
ø25 Cent Dude [Story of the 25 Cent Dude]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øHow Come You Do Me Like You Do?in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øHello Central [Hello Central, Give Me a Long Distance Telephone]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øHesitation Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øI’ll Be Down on the Last Bread Wagonin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øDiggin‘ My Potatoes [Somebody’s diggin‘ my potatoes]in: FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øSpringtime in the Rockiesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW 40201, SFW40068
øChinatownin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtSFW40068
øEvery Time I Go OutSFW 40201 gives no date, but generally places it under the 1948 „last sessions“SFW 40201
øPrincess ElizabethSFW 40201 notes this for October 1948SFW 40201
November 5, 1948, New York City, last sessions
øRock Island Linein: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øBackwater Bluesin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948; SFW 40201 gives no dateSFW 40201, SFW40068
øSweet Maryin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øIrenein: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øEasy, Mr. Tomin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øIn The Evening When The Sun Goes Downin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øI’m Alone Because I Love Youin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øHouse of the Rising Sunin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948; SFW 40201 gives no dateSFW 40201, SFW40068
øMary Don’t You Weepin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øTalk About Fannin Streetin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øFannin Streetin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øSugared the Beer [Sugar’d Beer]in: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øDidn’t Old John Cross the Waterin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948; SFW 40201 gives no dateSFW 40201, SFW40068
øNobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out in: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948; SFW 40201 gives no dateSFW 40201, SFW40068, SFW 40010
øBully of the Townin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
Folkways 2492, 1953Sweet Jenny Lee [or Ocotber 1948]in: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell and SFW 40201 notes this for October 1948SFW 40201, SFW40068
øYellow Galin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øHe Was the Manin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øWe’re in the Same Boat, Brotherin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
øLeaving Bluesin: Fancourt; Wolfe/Lornell note this for October 1948SFW40068
November 21, 1948, Minneapolis
øBlack Girl (fragment)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øRock Island linein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øHouse of the Rising Sunin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øHouse of the Rising Sunin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øNo One Like the Girl, She Was the Only Onein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
recorded live at private partyTalk About Governer and Writing The Song [Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt: Talk about Governor Sam Neff]Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt: Talk About Gorvernor Sam Neff; Fancourt: DOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyGoverner Pat Neff [Wolfe/Lornell: Governor Sam Neff; Fancourt: Governor Pat Neff]Wolfe/Lornell: Governor Sam Neff; Fancourt: Governor Pat NeffDOCD-5664
øHo Day (a Cowboy Song)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øI Ride Old Paintin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øSkip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øWhoa, Old Buckin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øUncle Joein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øWe Shall Walk Through the Valleyin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øLet It Shine on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øI’ll Be Down at the Last Bread Wagonin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øPolly Polly Polly Weein: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øThe Boll Weevilin: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øAin’t it a shame (fragment)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
øThe Boll Weevil (fragment)in: Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourtunissued
recorded live at private partyThe Grey Goose [fragment]in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyAin’t It a Shamein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyTuning; Talk About Stewballin: DOCD-5664DOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyStewballin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyBourgeois Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
øGoverner Pat Neff [W&L: Governor Sam Neff, not listed in Fancourt]Wolfe/Lornell: Governor Sam Neff; Fancourt: Governor Pat Neff. Probably a listed double of the DOCD-5664-issued take aboveunissued
recorded live at private partyTalk About Louisiana & Governer Allen Wolfe/Lornell; Fancourt: Talk About Governor AllenDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyGoverner O. K. Allenin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyA Lesson in Historyin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyLake Superiorin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyMississippi Riverin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyDown in Louisianain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyGoodnight Irenein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyNobody in the World Is Better Than Usin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyStory [before Jim Crow]in: DOCD-5664DOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyJim Crowin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyTuning: Introduction to [the Gallis Pole]in: DOCD-5664DOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyThe Gallis Polein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partySamuel Hallin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyJean Harlowin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyI Ain’t Goin‘ Down to the Well No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyMississippi River (No. 2)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyFannin Streetin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyDickyin: FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyOld Black Crowin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyPig Latin Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyHawaiian Songin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
recorded live at private partyGoodnight Irene (Sung with Little Girl)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5664
1949
Folkways 2942, 1953Fannin Street (Mister Tom Hughes Town) [Cry to Me]in: SFW 40201 dated as 1949SFW 40201, SFW40068, SFW 40045, SFW 40001
February 19, 1949, New York City
none, Collector’s Classics LP 23Good Morning Blues (WNYC Jazz-Festival)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
none, Collector’s Classics LP 23Ain’t Gonna Let You Worry My Life No More (WNYC Jazz-Festival)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
none, Collector’s Classics LP 23Pretty Papa (WNYC Jazz-Festival)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5640
June 15, 1949, Austin TX
none, KUT radio broadcastIrene Goodnight Introin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastTwo Hollers: a) Ho-Day b) Ain’t Goin‘ Down to the Well No Morein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastRock Island Linein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastOld Hannahin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastShine on Mein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastWhat Can I Do to Change Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastSkip to My Louin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastMary and Marthain: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastScrambled Egg Song (C’Est Bon)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastWhoa Buckin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastJohn Henryin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastBackwater Bluesin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastElla Louisein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastI Don’t Want No More Of Army Lifein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastRelax Your Mindin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcastIrene Goodnight (Finale)in: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676
none, KUT radio broadcast, Playboy LP 119Old Ship of Zionin: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676, DOCD-5640
none, KUT radio broadcast, Playboy LP 119I Will Be So Glad When I Get Homein: Wolfe/Lornell; FancourtDOCD-5676, DOCD-5640
August 4, 1949, New York City
øDon’t You Love Your Daddy No MoreWolfe/Lornell incorrectly note these for this date, Fancourt points out they are the recordings from June 17, 1940 
øYou Can’t Lose Me CharlieWolfe/Lornell incorrectly note these for this date, Fancourt points out they are the recordings from June 17, 1940 
Recording date unknown
#3613The Midnight Specialprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40045
Folkways 2488, 1962There’s a Man Going Around Taking Namesprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40010
Folkways 7027, 1951 / acetate 170Haul Away Joeprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40045
Folkways 2014, 1950 / acetate 258Duncan and Bradyprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40044
acetate 2939John Hardyprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40045
acetate 638In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down)probably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40044
acetate 282Excerpt from the Lonesome Train / Abraham Lincolnprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40201, SFW 40045
acetate 259In New Orleans (House of the Rising Sun)probably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40044
acetate 2711Let It Shine On Meprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40044
Folkways 31046, 1976Don’t You Love Your Daddy No More? (Don’t you love me no more?)probably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40045
Folkways 31046, 1976You Can’t Mistreat Meprobably May 1944; Fancourt notes it for this period as unidentified sessionSFW 40045
acetate 259Almost Day [Chicken crowing for midnight]no obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201, SFW 40044
Folkways 31046, 1976Sail On, Little Girlno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201, SFW 40045
Stinson 51, 1962Poor Howardno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201
Stinson 48, 1952Red Cross Store Bluesno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201
Stinson 48, 1952Albertano obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201
acetate 185Been So Longno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40201
acetate 264John Henryno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40045
acetate 249Careless Loveno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40068, SFW 40045
acetate 255Skip to My Louno obviously corresponding track in a discographySFW 40045
øCorn Bread Roughsame as others?, probably may 1944 (cf. Little children’s blues)SFW 40010
øLittle Children’s Bluessame as Asch 331-3?, probably May 1944 (cf. Corn bread rough)SFW 40010
Asch unissuedHitler Songprobably 1944 (cf. other songs in session)DOCD-1018