Wednesday, October 30, 1940 Los Angeles, CA
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar: Dick Ketner.
  21. My Rainbow Trail (Elsie McWilliams)
  22. Last Night I Dreamed (Ernest Tubb)
  23. I'm Missing You (Mrs. Jimmie Rodgers)
  24. My Baby And My Wife (Ernest Tubb)

  Saturday, April 26, 1941 Biggs Studio, Dallas, TX
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar/Steel Guitar: Fay "Smitty" Smith.
  25. Walking The Floor Over You (Ernest Tubb)
  26. When The World Has Turned You Down (Ernest Tubb)
  27. Our Baby's Book (Ernest Tubb)
  28. I'll Always Be Glad To Take You Back (Ernest Tubb)
  29. Mean Mama Blues (Ernest Tubb)
  30. I Wonder Why You Said Goodbye (Ernest Tubb)

  Monday, November 17, 1941 Chicago, IL
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb. Lead Guitar/Steel Guitar: Fay "Smitty" Smith. Bass: Unknown.
  31. I Ain't Goin' Honky Tonkin' Anymore (Ernest Tubb)
  32. I Hate To See You Go (Homer Hargrove-Ernest Tubb)
  33. Time After Time (Jimmie Short-Leon Short)
  34. First Year Blues (Ernest Tubb)
  35. Just Rollin' On (Ernest Tubb)
  36. There's Nothing More To Say (Ernest Tubb)
  37. Wasting My Life Away (Ernest Tubb)
  38. You May Have Your Picture (Ernest Tubb)
     (Fay "Smitty" Smith on steel guitar).

  Friday, July 17, 1942 Los Angeles, CA
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb; Charles Quirk. Lead Guitar: Eddie Tudor. Bass: Wesley Tuttle.
  39. That Same Old Story (Fleming Allan-Ernest Tubb)
  40. Try Me One More Time (Ernest Tubb)
  41. You Nearly Lose Your Mind (Ernest Tubb)
  42. That's When It's Coming Home To You (Lois Snapp-Ernest Tubb)
  43. I Don't Want You After All (Ernest Tubb)
  44. I'm Wondering How (Ernest Tubb)

  Thursday, January 13, 1944 Los Angeles, CA
  BAND: Rhythm Guitar: Ernest Tubb; Melvin Leon Short. Lead Guitar: Erwin Jimmie Short. Bass:
  Herbert M. "Tommy" Paige. Fiddle: Johnny Sapp.
  45. Tomorrow Never Comes (Johnny Bond-Ernest Tubb)
  46. Soldier's Last Letter (Henry Stewart-Ernest Tubb)
  47. Careless Darlin' (Lou Wayne-Bob Shelton-Ernest Tubb)
  48. Yesterday's Tears (Ernest Tubb)

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