The Recordings of Ernest Tubb


  Tuesday, October 27, 1936 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb
  1. The Passing Of Jimmie Rodgers (Elsie McWilliams)
  2. The Last Thoughts Of Jimmie Rodgers (Elsie McWilliams)
  3. Married Man Blues (Ernest Tubb)
  4. Mean Old Bedbug Blues (Ernest Tubb)
  5. My Mother Is Lonely (Ernest Tubb)
  6. The Right Train To Heaven (Ernest Tubb)

  Tuesday, March 02, 1937 Texas Hotel, San Antonio, TX
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar: Merwyn J. Buffington.
  7. The T. B. Is Whipping Me (Ernest Tubb)
    (Ernest Tubb solo on rhythm guitar.)
  8. Since That Black Cat Crossed My Path (Elsie McWilliams)

  Thursday, April 04, 1940 Rice Hotel, Houston, TX
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar: Jimmie Short.
  9. Blue Eyed Elaine (Ernest Tubb) (First Decca recording).
  10. I'll Never Cry Over You (Ernest Tubb)
  11. I'll Get Along Somehow (Ernest Tubb)
  12. You Broke A Heart (That Was Breaking For You) (Ernest Tubb)

  Monday, October 28, 1940 Los Angeles, CA
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar: Dick Ketner.
  13. I Ain't Gonna Love You Anymore (Ernest Tubb)
  14. I'm Glad I Met You After All (Ernest Tubb)
  15. I Cared For You More Than I Knew (Mrs. Jimmie Rodgers)
  16. You'll Love Me Too Late (Ernest Tubb)

  Tuesday, October 29, 1940 Los Angeles, CA
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar: Dick Ketner.
  17. I've Really Learned A Lot (Ernest Tubb)
  18. Swell San Angelo (Ernest Tubb)
  19. I Know What It Means To Be Lonely (Ernest Tubb)
  20. Please Remember Me (Ernest Tubb)
 

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