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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Paul Clayton

Paul Clayton Worthington, *03-03-1931, +30-03-1967
by Praguefrank with help of www.wirz.de/music/claytfrm.htm, Bill Daniels, Henk Scholts
SESSIONS


1952 University of Virginia, Dpt. Of Speech of Drama, Charlottesville, VA - Bill Clifton and Paul Clayton (Dave Sadler, Carl Boehm. Producer: Bill Clifton and Paul Clayton)
001 BEAUTIFUL MABEL CLARE Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
002 BURY ME BENEATH THE WILLOW Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
003 CINDY Stinson unissued
004 EAST VIRGINIA BLUES Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
005 JEALOUS LOVER Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
006 JESSE JAMES Stinson unissued
007 JOHN HARDIN Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
008 OLD REUBEN Stinson unissued
009 PLEASANT AND DELIGHTFUL Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
010 POOR BOY Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
012 ROLL ON THE GROUND Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
013 THE FOX Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
014 WATERMELON ON THE VIVE Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
015 WORRIED MAN BLUES Stinson unissued
1952 Radio Station WINA, Charlottesville, VA - Bill Clifton & Paul Clayton (Johnny Clark [bj]. Producer: Bill Clifton and Paul Clayton)
016 JOHN HENRY Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
017 ROLL ON THE GROUND Stinson unissued/FV-12004 BF-15001
ca 1954 unknown - Paul Clayton (Produced in cooperation with the New Bedford Whaling Museum)
018 BLOW YE WINDS Stinson SLP 69
019 A FITTING OUT Stinson SLP 69
020 WHALE TO THE STARBOARD Stinson SLP 69
021 DESOLATION Stinson SLP 69
022 THE COAST OF PERU Stinson SLP 69
023 YE MEN OF RENOWN Stinson SLP 69
024 THE SAILOR'S GRAVE Stinson SLP 69
025 THE SAILORMAN'S ALPHABET Stinson SLP 69
026 THE GREENLAND FISHERY Stinson SLP 69
027 IN DAYS OF OLD Stinson SLP 69
028 THE BARK GAY HEAD Stinson SLP 69
029 THE WINGS OF A GONEY Stinson SLP 69
030 OFF TO SEA ONCE MORE Stinson SLP 69
031 ROLLING HOME Stinson SLP 69
ca 1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
032 WATERS OF TYNE Stinson SLP 70
033 BILLY BOY Stinson SLP 70
034 COLLIER'S RANT Stinson SLP 70
035 KEEL ROW Stinson SLP 70
036 LAMBTON WORM Stinson SLP 70
037 WHEN THIS OLD HAT WAS NEW Stinson SLP 70
038 GEORDIE HINNY Stinson SLP 70
039 CUSHIE BUTTERFIELD Stinson SLP 70
040 WILLOW TREE Stinson SLP 70
041 BLAYDON RACES Stinson SLP 70
042 CA' HAWKIE Stinson SLP 70
043 MAA BONNY LAD Stinson SLP 70
044 HEH YOU SEEN WOR JIMMY Stinson SLP 70
045 BANKS OF THE DEE Stinson SLP 70
1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
046 CAPE COD GIRLS Folkways FA-2106
047 HUZZA FOR COMMODORE RODGERS Folkways FA-2106
048 THE OCEAN ROVER Folkways FA-2106
049 BLOW THE MAN DOWN Folkways FA-2106
050 COME ALL YE SHIPMATES Folkways FA-2106
051 WHISKEY JOHNNY Folkways FA-2106
052 THE SEAMAN'S GRAVE Folkways FA-2106
053 SPRINGFIELD MOUNTAIN Folkways FA-2106
054 THE BAILIFF'S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON Folkways FA-2106
055 THE OLD SOLDIER Folkways FA-2106
056 POLLY VAN Folkways FA-2106
057 THE EMBARGO Folkways FA-2106
058 BACHELOR'S HALL Folkways FA-2106
059 AROUND THE INGALS BLAZING Folkways FA-2106
1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
060 RAILROAD BILL Folkways FA-2110
061 IN THE PINES Folkways FA-2110
062 GAMBLING MAN Folkways FA-2110
063 WILD ROVER Folkways FA-2110
064 BILL DOOLEY Folkways FA-2110
065 TALT HALL Folkways FA-2110
066 THE FARMER'S CURST WIFE Folkways FA-2110
067 HARVEY LOGAN Folkways FA-2110
068 LADY MARGARET Folkways FA-2110
069 FRANKIE Folkways FA-2110
070 IF I HAD A BOTTLE OF RUM Folkways FA-2110
071 LORD DARNELL Folkways FA-2110
072 POOR OLD MAIDS Folkways FA-2110
073 THE LITTLE PIG Folkways FA-2110
1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
074 THE HUSTLING GAMBLERS Folkways FA 2007
075 LORD BATEMAN Folkways FA 2007
076 FLOYD COLLINS Folkways FA 2007
077 MUSH TOODIN Folkways FA 2007
078 THE HOUSE CARPENTER Folkways FA 2007
079 SUGAR BABY Folkways FA 2007
080 SPOTTY AND DUDIE Folkways FA 2007
081 PRETTY POLLY AND FALSE WILLIAM Folkways FA 2007
082 ONCE I COURTED A PRETTY LITTLE GIRL Folkways FA 2007
083 KATHY FISCUS Folkways FA 2007
084 WALK, TOM WILSON, WALK Folkways FA 2007
085 COLD WINTER'S NIGHT Folkways FA 2007
086 THE TEXAS RANGERS Folkways FA 2007
1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
087 BOTANY BAY Folkways FA 2310
088 THE TWA SISTERS Folkways FA 2310
089 KATHERINE JAFFRAY Folkways FA 2310
090 THE DYING STOCKMAN Folkways FA 2310
091 SILKIE OF SULE SKERRY Folkways FA 2310
092 LASS OF ROCH ROYAL Folkways FA 2310
093 DERBY RAM Folkways FA 2310
094 DUPREE Folkways FA 2310
095 LILLIBURLERO Folkways FA 2310
096 NAOMI WISE Folkways FA 2310
097 THE SEA CAPTAIN Folkways FA 2310
098 THE BAFFLED KNIGHT Folkways FA 2310
099 THE CHERRY TREE CAROL Folkways FA 2310
100 THE BAILIFF'S DAUGHTER OF ISLINGTON Folkways FA 2310
101 AVONDALE MINE DISASTER Folkways FA 2310
May 1956 unknown - Paul Clayton
102 PEARL BRYAN Riverside RLP 12-615
103 BANKS OF THE OHIO Riverside RLP 12-615
104 STAGOLEE Riverside RLP 12-615
105 TWO BROTHERS Riverside RLP 12-615
106 BROOKFIELD MURDER Riverside RLP 12-615
107 DOWN IN THE WILLOW GARDEN Riverside RLP 12-615
108 JELLON GRAME Riverside RLP 12-615
109 SUNCOOK TOWN TRAGEDY Riverside RLP 12-615
110 POOR ELLEN SMITH Riverside RLP 12-615
111 KNOXVILLE GIRL Riverside RLP 12-615
112 DELIA Riverside RLP 12-615
113 PRETTY POLLY Riverside RLP 12-615
114 CRUEL MOTHER Riverside RLP 12-615
115 JOHN HARDY Riverside RLP 12-615
116 TOM DOOLEY Riverside RLP 12-615
117 EDWARD Riverside RLP 12-615
118 LULA VIERS Riverside RLP 12-615
June 1956 Cue Recordings, ? - Paul Clayton (Paul Clayton [vcl/gt])
119 THE MAID OF AMSTERDAM Tradition 1005
120 OLD STORMALONG Tradition 1005
121 THE GIRLS AROUND CAPE HORN Tradition 1005
122 PADDY DOYLE'S BOOTS Tradition 1005
123 SPANISH LADIES Tradition 1005
124 SALLY BROWN Tradition 1005
125 THE DYING SAILOR TO HIS SHIPMATES Tradition 1005
126 RANZO Tradition 1005
127 THE MERMAID Tradition 1005
128 JOHNNY'S GONE TO HILO Tradition 1005 1007
129 SATURDAY NIGHT AT SEA Tradition 1005
130 SHENANDOAH Tradition 1005
131 ADMIRAL BENBOW Tradition 1005
132 ROUND THE CORNER Tradition 1005
133 THE GREENLAND WHALE FISHERIES Tradition 1005
134 GO DOWN YOU BLOOD RED ROSES Tradition 1005
135 THE TURKISH REVELEE Tradition 1005
136 BONEY WAS A WARRIOR Tradition 1005
137 LADY FRANKLIN'S LAMENT Tradition 1005
138 SANTY ANNA Tradition 1005
Fall 1956 unknown - Paul Clayton -1, Jean Ritchie -2, Richard Chase (narration) -3
139 THE GAMBLING SUITOR -1,2 Olympic 6123
000 THAT'S ONCE -3 Olympic 6123
000 THE BASHFUL COURTSHIP -2 Olympic 6123
000 THE SPLIT DOG -3 Olympic 6123
140 LOCKS AND BOLTS -1 Olympic 6123
000 THE SNAKEBITE HOEHANDLE -3 Olympic 6123
000 THE OLD GREY GOOSE IS DEAD -2 Olympic 6123
000 THE BIG TOE -3 Olympic 6123
141 THE DEAF WOMAN'S COURTSHIP -1,2 Olympic 6123
000 WONDROUS LOVE -2 Olympic 6123
142 THE DEVIL'S QUESTION -1,2 Olympic 6123
000 THE MAN IN THE KRAUT TUB -3 Olympic 6123
143 THE SWAPPING SONG -1 Olympic 6123
000 THE HICKORY TOOTHPICK - 3 Olympic 6123
144 THE RIDDLE SONG -1,2 Olympic 6123
December 1956 New York City - Paul Clayton
145 JESSE JAMES Riverside RLP 12-640
146 COLE YOUNGER Riverside RLP 12-640
147 CHARLES GUITEAU Riverside RLP 12-640
148 DUNCAN AND BRADY Riverside RLP 12-640
149 KENNY WAGNER Riverside RLP 12-640
150 WILD BILL JONES Riverside RLP 12-640
151 QUANTRELL Riverside RLP 12-640
152 ELLA SPEED Riverside RLP 12-640
153 BILLY THE KID Riverside RLP 12-640
154 BULLY OF THE TOWN Riverside RLP 12-640
155 SIDNEY ALLEN Riverside RLP 12-640
156 CLAUDE ALLEN Riverside RLP 12-640
157 BAD LEE BROWN Riverside RLP 12-640
158 SAM BASS Riverside RLP 12-640
159 COON-CAN GAME Riverside RLP 12-640
160 ZEB TURNEY'S GIRL Riverside RLP 12-640
1957 unknown - Paul Clayton
161 WHEN COCKLE SHELLS MAKE SILVER BELLS Folkways FA 2378
162 PLEASANT AND DELIGHTFUL Folkways FA 2378
163 THREE MAIDENS TO MILKING DID GO Folkways FA 2378
164 THE BONNY BUNCH OF ROSES Folkways FA 2378
165 THE BOLD THRASHER Folkways FA 2378
166 MY GRANDMOTHER Folkways FA 2378
167 THE LOST LADY FOUND Folkways FA 2378
168 WHEN PAT CAME OVER THE HILL Folkways FA 2378
169 THE DARK-EYED SAILOR Folkways FA 2378
170 JIM, THE CARTER'S LAD Folkways FA 2378
171 GEORDIE Folkways FA 2378
172 THE OYSTER GIRL Folkways FA 2378
173 THE BOLD FISHERMAN Folkways FA 2378
174 BRIAN O'LYNN Folkways FA 2378
175 THE SWEET PRIMROSES Folkways FA 2378
176 GREEN ROOM Folkways FA 2378
177 HERCHARD OF TAUNTON DENE Folkways FA 2378
178 THE FALSE-HEARTED KNIGHT Folkways FA 2378
179 THE INDIAN LASS Folkways FA 2378
1957 unknown - Paul Clayton
180 FLOP-EARED MULE Folkways FA 2382
181 OLD JOE CLARK Folkways FA 2382
182 FALSE LOVE Folkways FA 2382
183 SOLDIER'S JOY Folkways FA 2382
184 GOIN' TO GEORGIA Folkways FA 2382
185 SHADY GROVE Folkways FA 2382
186 BOIL THEM CABBAGE DOWN Folkways FA 2382
187 MARY HAMILTON Folkways FA 2382
188 CHARLEY'S RAN Folkways FA 2382
189 JOHN HENRY Folkways FA 2382
190 LONESOME ROAD Folkways FA 2382
191 SAD AND LONELY Folkways FA 2382
192 CEDAR MOUNTAIN BREAKDOWN Folkways FA 2382
193 SWANNANOAH TUNNEL Folkways FA 2382
194 DOGWOOD (KNOCKING BLUES) Folkways FA 2382
195 STORMS OF THE OCEAN Folkways FA 2382
196 MASSEY GROVES Folkways FA 2382
197 JOHN HARDY Folkways FA 2382
198 CHINESE BREAKDOWN Folkways FA 2382
199 GEORGIA BUCK Folkways FA 2382
200 ALL THE GOOD TIMES ARE O'ER Folkways FA 2382
1957 or 1958 unknown - Paul Clayton
201 LUMBERMAN'S ALPHABET Riverside RLP 12-648
202 JERRY'S ROCK Riverside RLP 12-648
203 LITTLE BROWN BULL Riverside RLP 12-648
204 HARRY DUNN Riverside RLP 12-648
205 JAMES WHALEN Riverside RLP 12-648
206 WILD MUSTARD RIVER Riverside RLP 12-648
207 BANKS OF THE LITTLE EAU PLAINE Riverside RLP 12-648
208 CANADAY Riverside RLP 12-648
209 JACK HAGGERTY Riverside RLP 12-648
210 RACKETS AROUND BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE Riverside RLP 12-648
211 BACKWOODSMAN Riverside RLP 12-648
212 LOST JIMMIE Riverside RLP 12-648
213 PETER EMBERLY Riverside RLP 12-648
214 HARRY BALE Riverside RLP 12-648
215 JOLLY SHANTYBOYS Riverside RLP 12-648
around 1958 [poss. live] - Paul Clayton
unknown tracks for Riverside album Concert Of British And American Folksongs
1958 unknown - Paul Clayton (Paul Clayton [vcl/gt], Bob Yellin [banjo/cithern])
216 STAY AWAY FROM THE GIRLS Elektra EKL 147 SMP 5
217 THE WOODEN-LEGGED PARSON Elektra EKL 147
218 WILL THE WEAVER Elektra EKL 147
219 MOTHER-IN-LAW SONG Elektra EKL 147
220 I WISH I WAS SINGLE AGAIN Elektra EKL 147
221 THE OLD WIFE WHO WANTED SPRUNCIN' Elektra EKL 147
222 THE CHARLESTON MERCHANT Elektra EKL 147
223 LIFE ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN Elektra EKL 147
224 THE DUMB WIFE Elektra EKL 147
225 JACK THE SAILOR Elektra EKL 147
226 FARMERS NAGGING WIFE Elektra EKL 147
227 DIRTY WIFE Elektra EKL 147
228 THE FARMER'S SERVANT Elektra EKL 147
229 A QUICK WAY TO BE RID OF A WIFE Elektra EKL 147
230 THE BUTCHER AND THE TAILOR'S WIFE Elektra EKL 147
231 THE HUSBAND WITH NO COURAGE IN HIM Elektra EKL 147
232 I CAN'T CHANGE IT Elektra EKL 147
233 HOME, SAD HOME Elektra EKL 147
234 ROLL ON BUDDY Elektra EKL 151
235 GOODBYE, LITTLE BONNIE, GOODBYE Elektra EKL 151
Elektra EKL 151 OUR SINGING HERITAGE VOL. 1 (1958)
1958 unknown - Paul Clayton
236 NINE INCH WILL PLEASE A LADY Elektra EKL-155
237 OUR JOCK'S BROKE YESTERDAY Elektra EKL-155
238 HOW CAN I KEEP MY MAIDENHEAD? Elektra EKL-155
239 WHO WILL MOW ME NOW? Elektra EKL-155
240 JOHNNIE SCOTT Elektra EKL-155
241 JOHN ANDERSON Elektra EKL-155
242 MY JO Elektra EKL-155
243 TOMMIE MAKES MY TAIL TODDLE Elektra EKL-155
244 TWEEDMOUTH TOWN Elektra EKL-155
245 WOULD YOU DO THAT? Elektra EKL-155
246 ELLIBANKS Elektra EKL-155
247 BEWARE OF THE RIPPLES Elektra EKL-155
248 DUNCAN MACLEERIE Elektra EKL-155
249 MUIRLAND MEG Elektra EKL-155
250 NO HAIR ON IT Elektra EKL-155
251 COPPER OF DUNDEE Elektra EKL-155
252 WHO THE DEVIL CAN HINDER THE WIND TO BLOW Elektra EKL-155
253 LASSIE GATHERING NUTS Elektra EKL-155
254 THE THRUSTING OF IT Elektra EKL-155
255 MY BONNIE HIGHLAND LAD Elektra EKL-155
256 THE PATRIARCH Elektra EKL-155
257 DUNCAN DAVISON Elektra EKL-155
258 KNOW YE NOT OUR BESS Elektra EKL-155
259 AUNTIE JEAN Elektra EKL-155
260 A HOLE TO HIDE IT IN Elektra EKL-155
261 CAN YOU LABOUR LEA Elektra EKL-155
1959 unknown - Paul Claytion -1, Roger Abrahams -2, Dave Van Ronk -3, Bob Brill -4
262 RATCLIFFE HIGHWAY -1
000 RIO GRANDE -2
000 HAUL ON THE BOWLINE -3
263 MAGGIE MAY -1
000 HAUL AWAY JOE -4
264 DO MY JOHNNY BOOKER -1
000 ROLL THE COTTON DOWN -2
265 HAUL BOYS HAUL -1
000 LEAVE HER JOHNNY -3
266 PADDY LAY BACK -1
267 FIRE DOWN BELOW -1
000 A HUNDRED YEARS AGO -4
000 SANTY ANNO -3
268 CAPTAIN NIPPER -1
000 HANGING JOHNNY -2
269 BANKS OF THE SACRAMENTO -1
000 WON'T YOU GO MY WAY -2
270 GOOD BYE FARE THEE WELL -1
000 ALL BOUND TO GO -2
271 THE BLACK BALL LINE -1
ca. August 1959 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton (Producer: Fred Foster)
272 MO-556 LAST CIGARETTE 45-424/M-4001 OMNI-120
273 MO-559 PRETTY PEGGO-O 45-410/M-4001 OMNI-120
274 MO-560 PHARAOH'S ARMY (GOT DROWNDED) 45-410/M-4001 OMNI-120
275 MO-561 WHO'S GONNA BUY YOU RIBBONS (WHEN I'M GONE) 45-416/M-4001 OMNI-120
ca. January 1960 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton (Producer: Fred Foster)
276 MO-578 SO LONG (IT'S BEEN GOOD TO KNOW YOU) 45-424 London [UK] 45-HLU-9285 /OMNI-120
277 MO-579 THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND 45-416/OMNI-120
btw August 1959/1960 RCA Victor Studio, 1611 Hawkins St., Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton (Producer: Fred Foster)
278 DURANGO JAIL Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
279 THE BULLY OF THE TOWN Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
280 LONG JOHN Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
281 LOVE FOR LOVE Monument M 4001OMNI-120
282 ON THE JOB TOO LONG Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
283 IF SHE'S GONE Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
284 YOUNG BUT GROWING Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
285 THIS MORNING SHE WAS GONE Monument M 4001 OMNI-120
ca. September 1960 Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton
286 MO-622 WINGS OF THE DOVE 45-432 London [UK] 45-HLU-9285
287 MO-623 THE CONVENT AT RONDA 45-432
31 August 1961 Bradley Film and Recording Studio, 804 16th Ave. South, Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton
288 MO-741 YELLOW BIRD 45-449/OMNI-120
289 MO-742 KILGARY MOUNTAIN 45-449 /OMNI-120
February 1963 Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton
290 B2W-255 SAN FRANCISCO BAY BLUES 45-819/SLP-18017 OMNI-120
291 B2W-256 GREEN ROCKY ROAD 45-819/SLP-18017 OMNI-120
May 1964 Nashville, TN - Paul Clayton (producer: Fred Foster)
292 C5W-512 WILD MOUNTAIN THYME 45-845/SLP-18017 OMNI-120
293 C5W-513 PAY DAY AT COAL CREEK 45-845/SLP-18017 OMNI-120
294 SILVER CITY BOUND SLP-18017 OMNI-120
295 DOWN BY THE RIO GRANDE SLP-18017 OMNI-120
296 GOTTA TRAVEL ON SLP-18017 OMNI-120
297 GOIN' ON DOWN THE ROAD SLP-18017 OMNI-120
298 SPANISH IS THE LOVING TONGUE SLP-18017 OMNI-120
299 LIE DOWN BETTY SLP-18017 OMNI-120
300 CECIL GONE IN THE TIME OF STORM SLP-18017 OMNI-120
301 LIFE IS A TOIL SLP-18017 OMNI-120

ALBUMS
Stinson SLP-69 Whaling Songs And Ballads: Blow Ye Winds; A Fitting Out; Whale To The Starboard; Desolation; The Coast Of Peru; Ye Men Of Renown; The Sailor's Grave; The Sailorman's Alphabet; The Greenland Fishery; In Days Of Old; The Bark Gay Head; The Wings Of A Goney; Off To Sea Once More; Rolling Home - ca 54 (10“ album)
Stinson SLP-70 Waters Of Tyne - English North Country Songs And Ballads: Waters Of Tyne; Billy Boy; Collier's Rant; Keel Row; Lambton Worm; When This Old Hat Was New; Geordie Hinny; Cushie Butterfield; Willow Tree; Blaydon Races; Ca' Hawkie; Maa Bonny Lad; Heh You Seen Wor Jimmy; Banks Of The Dee - ca 56
Stinson SLP 70
Folkways FP 47/2 [FA 2106] Bay State Ballads: [Sea Songs:] Cape Cod Girls; Huzza For Commodore Rodgers; The Ocean Rover; Blow The Man Down; Come All Ye Shipmates; Whiskey Johnny; The Seaman's Grave; [Land Songs:] Springfield Mountain; The Bailiff's Daughter Of Islington; The Old Soldier; Polly Van; The Embargo; Bachelor's Hall; Around The Ingals Blazing - 56 (10“ album)
Folkways FP 47/3 [FA 2110] Folk Songs And Ballads Of Virginia: Railroad Bill; In The Pines; Gambling Man; Wild Rover; Bill Dooley; Talt Hall; The Farmer's Curst Wife; Harvey Logan; Lady Margaret; Frankie; If I Had A Bottle Of Rum; Lord Darnell; Poor Old Maids; The Little Pig - 56 (10“ album)
Folkways FA-2007 Cumberland Mountain Folksongs: The Hustling Gamblers; Lord Bateman; Floyd Collins; Mush Toodin; The House Carpenter; Sugar Baby;Spotty And Dudie; Pretty Polly And False William; Once I Courted A Pretty Little Girl; Kathy Fiscus; Walk, Tom Wilson, Walk; Cold Winter's Night; The Texas Rangers - 57 (10“ album)
Folkways FA-2310 The Folkways-Viking Record of Folk Ballads of the English Speaking World: Botany Bay; The Twa Sisters; Katherine Jaffray; The Dying Stockman; Silkie Of Sule Skerry; Lass Of Roch Royal; Derby Ram; Dupree; Lilliburlero; Naomi Wise; The Sea Captain; The Baffled Knight; The Cherry Tree Carol; The Bailiff's Daughter Of Islington; Avondale Mine Disaster - 56
Tradition TLP 1005 Whaling And Sailing Songs from the Days of Moby Dick: The Maid Of Amsterdam; Old Stormalong; The Girls Around Cape Horn; Paddy Doyle's Boots; Spanish Ladies; Sally Brown; The Dying Sailor To His Shipmates; Ranzo; The Mermaid; Johnny's Gone To Hilo; Saturday Night At Sea; Shenandoah; Admiral Benbow; Round The Corner; The Greenland Whale Fisheries; Go Down You Blood Red Roses; The Turkish Revelee; Boney Was A Warrior; Lady Franklin's Lament; Santy Anna - 56 (reissued on Legacy CD 389 (1994) Sailing and Whaling Songs, ON Tradition CD 1064 (1997) and on Empire Musicwerks 450 765-2 (2006))
Riverside RLP 12-615 Bloody Ballads - Classic British and American Murder Ballads Sung by Paul Clayton: Pearl Bryan; Banks of the Ohio; Stagolee; Two Brothers; Brookfield Murder; Down in the Willow Garden; Jellon Grame; Suncook Town Tragedy; Poor Ellen Smith; Knoxville Girl; Delia; Pretty Polly; Cruel Mother; John Hardy; Tom Dooley; Edward; Lula Viers - 56 (also on Washington WLP 727)
Riverside RLP 12-640 Wanted For Murder - Songs of Outlaws and Desperados: Jesse James; Cole Younger; Charles Guiteau; Duncan And Brady; Kenny Wagner; Wild Bill Jones; Quantrell; Ella Speed; Billy The Kid; Bully Of The Town; Sidney Allen; Claude Allen; Bad Lee Brown; Sam Bass; Coon-Can Game; Zeb Turney's Girl - ca 57
Folkways FA 2378 American Broadside Ballads In Popular Tradition: When Cockle Shells Make Silver Bells; Pleasant And Delightful; Three Maidens To Milking Did Go; The Bonny Bunch Of Roses; The Bold Thrasher; My Grandmother; The Lost Lady Found;When Pat Came Over The Hill; The Dark-Eyed Sailor; Jim, The Carter's Lad; Geordie; The Oyster Girl; The Bold Fisherman; Brian O'Lynn; The Sweet Primroses; Green Room; Herchard Of Taunton Dene; The False-Hearted Knight; The Indian Lass - 57
Folkways FA 2382 Dulcimer Songs And Solos: Flop-Eared Mule; Old Joe Clark; False Love; Soldier's Joy; Goin' To Georgia; Shady Grove; Boil Them Cabbage Down; Mary Hamilton; Charley's Ran; John Henry; Lonesome Road; Sad And Lonely; Cedar Mountain Breakdown; Swannanoah Tunnel; Dogwood (Knocking Blues); Storms Of The Ocean; Massey Groves;John Hardy; Chinese Breakdown; Georgia Buck; All the Good Times Are O'er - 57 (reissued in 1962 on FG 3571)
Olympic 6123 American Songs of Revolutionary Times: The Gambling Suitor (Paul Clayton and Jean Ritchie); That's Once (told by Richard Chase); The Bashful Courtship (Jean Ritchie); The Split Dog (told by Richard Chase); Locks And Bolts (Paul Clayton); The Snakebite Hoehandle (told by Richard Chase); The Old Grey Goose Is Dead (Jean Ritchie); The Big Toe (told by Richard Chase); The Deaf Woman's Courtship (Paul Clayton and Jean Ritchie); Wondrous Love (Jean Ritchie);The Devil's Question (Paul Clayton and Jean Ritchie); The Man In The Kraut Tub (told by Richard Chase); The Swapping Song (Paul Clayton); The Hickory Toothpick (told by Richard Chase); The Riddle Song (Jean Ritchie and Paul Clayton) - 57 (also on Tradition TLP-1011; (reissued on April 1, 2007 as part of Grammercy  7 34796 02352 2 Authentic Songs of The American Revolution and The Civil War Era (remaining tracks by Smith (Willis) Brothers / album AK 171))
Riverside RLP 12-648 Tmber-r-r! - Lumberjack Folk Songs & Ballads: Lumberman's Alphabet; Jerry's Rock; Little Brown Bull; Harry Dunn; James Whalen; Wild Mustard River; Banks of the Little Eau Plaine; Canaday; Jack Haggerty; Rackets Around Blue Mountain Lake; Backwoodsman; Lost Jimmie; Peter Emberly; Harry Bale; Jolly Shantyboys - 58
Elektra EKL 147 Unholy Matrimony: Stay Away From The Girls; The Wooden-Legged Parson; Will The Weaver; Mother-In-Law Song; I Wish I Was Single Again; The Old Wife Who Wanted Spruncin'; The Charleston Merchant; Life On The Installment Plan; The Dumb Wife; Jack The Sailor; Farmers Nagging Wife; Dirty Wife; The Farmer's Servant; A Quick Way To Be Rid Of A Wife; The Butcher And The Tailor's Wife; The Husband With No Courage In Him; I Can't Change It; Home, Sad Home - 58
Elektra EKL-155 Bobby Burns' Merry Muses Of Caledonia Sung By Paul Clayton: Nine Inch Will Please A Lady; Our Jock's Broke Yesterday; How Can I Keep My Maidenhead?; Who Will Mow Me Now?; Johnnie Scott; John Anderson; My Jo; Tommie Makes My Tail Toddle; Tweedmouth Town; Would You Do That?; Ellibanks; Beware Of The Ripples; Duncan Macleerie; Muirland Meg; No Hair On It; Copper Of Dundee; Who The Devil Can Hinder The Wind To Blow; Lassie Gathering Nuts; The Thrusting Of It; My Bonnie Highland Lad; The Patriarch; Duncan Davison; Know Ye Not Our Bess; Auntie Jean; A Hole To Hide It In; Can You Labour Lea - 58
Folkways FA 2429 Foc'sle Songs And Shanties: Ratcliffe Highway; Rio Grande; Haul On The Bowline; Maggie May; Haul Away Joe; Do My Johnny Booker; Roll The Cotton Down; Haul Boys Haul; Leave Her Johnny;Paddy Lay Back; Fire Down Below; A Hundred Years Ago; Santy Anno; Captain Nipper; Hanging Johnny; Banks Of The Sacramento; Won't You Go My Way; Good Bye Fare Thee Well; All Bound To Go; The Black Ball Line - 59 (in France issued on FWX-M 52429 „Chants de marins anglais“)
Riverside ? Concert Of British And American Folksongs: (tracks unknown) - ca 59
Monument M-4001 Home-Made Songs and Ballads: Durango Jail; Last Cigarette; The Bully Of The Town; Long John; Love For Love;Pharaoh`s Army; On The Job Too Long; Who's Gonna Buy You Ribbons;Pretty Peggo-O; If She's Gone Young But Growing; This Morning She Was Gone - 60
Monument MLP-8017/SLP-18017 Folk Singer!: Pay Day At Coal Creek; Silver City Bound; Green Rocky Road; Down By The Rio Grande; Gotta Travel On; San Francisco Bay Blues; Wild Mountain Thyme; Goin' On Down The Road; Spanish Is The Loving Tongue; Lie Down Betty; Cecil Gone In The Time Of Storm; Life Is A Toil - 64
Folk Variety [GER] FV-12004 A Bluegrass Session 1952: John Henry; Watermelon On The Vive; Roll On The Ground 1; Pleasant And Delightful; The Fox; John Hardin; East Virginia Blues; Jealous Lover; Beautiful Mabel Clare; Bury Me Beneath The Willow; Poor Boy; Roll On The Ground 2 - 76 w. Bill Clifton (reissued in 1976 on Bear Family BF-15001)
Omni [AUS] OMNI-120 Paul Clayton Sings Homemade Songs And Ballads / Folk Singer!: Durango Jail; Last Cigarette; Pharaoh's Army; Bully of the Town; Love For Love; Long John (Long Gone); On the Job Too Long; Who's Gonna Buy You Ribbons (When I’m Gone); Pretty Peggy-O; This Morning She Was Gone; If She’s Gone (Let Her Go); Young But Growing;Pay Day At Coal Creek; Silver City Bound; Green Rocky Road; Down By The Rio Grande; Gotta Travel On; San Francisco Bay Blues; Wild Mountain Thyme; Goin' On Down The Road; Spanish Is The Loving Tongue;Lie Down Betty; Cecil Gone In The Time Of Storm; Life Is A Toil; So Long (It's Been Good To Know You)*;This Land Is Your Land*;Yellow Bird*;Kilgary Mountain* - 08 (both Monument albums + *SP tracks)

SINGLES
Monument (1959-60)
45-410 Pretty Peggo-O / Pharaoh's Army (Got Drownded) – 11-59 (rev. Nov. 16)
45-416 Who's Gonna Buy You Ribbons (When I'm Gone) / This Land Is Your Land – 03-60 (rev. March 14)
45-424 Last Cigarette / So Long (It's Been Good To Know You) – 10-60 (rev. Oct. 10)
45-432 Convent At Ronda / Wings Of A Dove - 11-60 (rev. Nov. 28)
London [UK] 45-HLU-9285 So Long (It's Been Good To Know You) / Wings Of A Dove - 60
45-450 Yellow Bird / Kilgary Mountain (Darlin' Sportin' Jenny) – 10-61 (rev. Oct. 23)
45-819 San Francisco Bay Blues / Green Rocky Road – 07-63
45-845 Pay Day At Coal Creek / Wild Mountain Thyme – 07-64
 

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Acknowledgements

Thanks to Michel Ruppli, not only for his books which I use daily, but also for a large amount of rare and unpublished data from his giant archive.
Thanks to all my friends - country music fans - in Czech Republic - Vladimir Pikora, Michal Gololobov, Milos Holecek, Tony Foglar, Rene Pavlik and Petr Vitous.
Thanks to Mario Manciotti for sending session details daily
Thanks to Kurt Rokitta for a lot of session info
Thanks to Bill Daniels for sharing a lot of labels info
Thanks to Lillies Ohlsson for many western swing contributions.
Thanks to Dick Grant for many artists files
Thanks to Thieu Van De Vorst for a lot of additions and corrections
Thanks to Goran Adolph for many rare albums info
Thanks to Hans Sandberg for many rare session data
Thanks to Chris Huskey for many sessions info.
Thanks to Kittra Moore for musicians and recording data
Thanks to Dik de Heer for many additions on rockabilly.
Thanks to Luiz Roberto Costa for helping me with the western genre.
Thanks to Wolf Ruediger Sommer, who not only sent me additional data, but is also watch-dog, correcting my typos and other errors.
Thanks to Robert Platt for priceless info on Canadian (but not only) artists.
Thanks to Phil Watson for hard work on Crown Prince of country music discography. Thanks to Walter Gabriel for filling the gaps in track listings of rare albums and various artists compilations.
Thanks to Kent Heineman for many independent recordings info
Thanks to Ken Nelson for bluegrass and more additions.
Thanks to Tony Middleton for RCA session info.
Thanks to Xavier Maire for interesting additions and for info on his website www.bopping.org.
Thanks to Henk Scholts for long time cooperation.
Thanks to Richard Price for miscellaneous session information
Thanks to Carl G. Cederblad for additions to sessionographies
Thanks to Paul Urbahns, Marc Alesina, Bill Millet, Bengt Wahlström, John Morris, Dominique Anglares, Pierre Monnery, Jeremy Roberts, Ben Collins, Alex Frazer-Harrison, K.F.Raizor, Ed Tabor, Mario Wildner, Ole Skjoldhøj, Eileen Sisk, Per Kammersgaard, David Bussey, Bill Marks for rare info on their favorite artists.
Thanks to Reginald Bartlette for info and additions of Columbia custom numbers.
Thanks to Katarina Fromm for various singles info.
Thanks to many others who sent some info - all are important.
Thanks to Richard Weize for his idea to produce projects, which have small commercial potential, but huge value for collectors - I spend a lot of money buying boxes and CDs, sometimes mainly because of the accompanying discographies.
Thanks also to Patrick Milligan, who created many discographies for Bear Family projects
Thanks to Marek Bozickovic for picture in head
And last but not least I would like to thank all who visit this blog - they come from more than 100 countries.