1.  Milk 'Em In The Mornin' Blues (Ernest Ford) 2:22 // Master # 3893 // Cap. # 15400 //Recorded January 21, 1949 // Released February 28, 1949   Tennessee Border # 1 (Jimmy Work) 2:24 // Master # 3895 // Recorded January 21, 1949

2. Philadelphia Lawyer 2:21 // Master# 3982 // Cap.# 15430 // Recorded January 21, 1949 //  Country Junction (Ernest Ford/Cliffie Stone) 2:21 // Master# 3983 // Cap.# 15430 // Recorded January 21, 1949 // Released March 28,  1949

3.  Smoky Mountain Boogie (Ernest Ford/Cliffie Stone) // 3:36 // Master# 4601 // Cap.# 40212 // Recorded June 21, 1949 // Released August 8, 1949 // Billboard--#8 Country

4.  You'll Find Her Name Written There // Master # 4602 // Recorded June 21, 1949

5.  Put Your Arms Around Me (Cindy Walker) // 3:17 // Master# 5061 // Cap.# 2042 //  Recorded April 7, 1952 // Released April 7, 1952

6. Anticipation Blues (Ford/Cliffie Stone) // 2:08 // Master# 5062 // Cap.# 40258 // Recorded October 10, 1949 // Released November 28, 1949 // Billboard -- #3 Country

7. Blues Stay Away From Me (w/Merle Travis, Eddie Kirk and The Cliffie Stone Band) // (Alton Delmore, Rabon Delmore, Wayne Raney, Henry Glover)// 2:36 // Master# 5063 // Cap.# 40254 // Recorded October 11, 1949 // Philosophy / Master# 5064 // Cap.# 40254 // Recorded October 11, 1949

8. Mule Train  (Fred Glickman, Johnny Lange, Hy Heath) // 3:02 // Master# 5108 // Cap.# 40258 Recorded October 18, 1949 // Released November 28, 1949 // Billboard -- #1 Country -- #9 Pop

9. Cry Of The Wild Goose (Terry Gilkyson) // Master # 5359 // Cap. #40280 // Recorded December 30, 1949 // Released January 30, 1950 //  Billboard -- #2 Country -- #15 Pop

10. Twilight Time In Texas // Master# 5434 // Unreleased // Recorded December 30, 1949

11. My Hobby (Ernest Ford) // 2:30 // Master# 5598 // Cap.# 985 // Recorded January 3, 1950 // No Release Date Available-

12. Always A Bridesmaid // Master# 5599 // Unreleased // -No Information Available-

13. Feed Em' In The Mornin' Blues (Ernest Ford) // Master# 5600 // Recorded January 3, 1950 // No Release Information Available // Notes: A parody of his single, "Milk Em In The Mornin' Blues", Ernie wrote this take-off as a lark, after the birth of his first son, Buck.

14. I'll Never Be Free (w/Kay Starr) (Benny Benjamin, George Weiss) // 2:34 // Master# 6168 // Cap.# 1124 // Recorded June 28, 1950 //   Billboard -- #2 Country -- #3 Pop // Ain't Nobody's Business But My Own (w/Kay Starr) (Irving Taylor) // 2:38 // Master# 6169 // Recorded June 28, 1950 // Released July 24, 1950 // Billboard -- #5  Country

15. It's The Talk Of The Town (w/The Starlighters) (Jerry Levinson, Marty Symes, Al Neiburg) // 2:46 // Master# 6358 // Unreleased Single: Released 1994 on Masters 1949-1976 (Cap#30292) // Recorded July 14, 1950

16. Cincinnati Dancing Pig (w/ The Starlighters) (Guy Wood, Al Lewis) // 2:37 // Master# 6359 // Cap.# 1174 // Recorded April, 1950 // -No Release Date Available-

17. The Lord's Lariat (w/The Starlighters) (Ernest Ford) // 2:56 // Master# 6385 // Cap.# 1159 // Recorded April, 1950 // -No Release Date Available-

18. What This Country Needs (Is A Good Old Fashioned Talk With The Lord) // (w/The Starlighters) // (Tim Spencer, Red Rowe) // 2:24 // Master# 6386 // Cap.# 1159 // Recorded April, 1950

19. Bright Lights And Blonde-Haired Women  (w/The Starlighters) (Eddie Kirk) // 3:04 // Master# 6357 // Cap.# 1380 // Recorded July 14, 1950 // Released May 2, 1960 (On Capitol's Sixteen Tons LP Cap.# T-1380)

20. I Ain't A-Gonna Let It Happen No More // Master# 6457 // Recorded July 27, 1950 // Shotgun Boogie (Ernest Ford) // 2:34 // Master# 6458 // Cap.# 1295 // Recorded July 27, 1950 // Released November 13, 1950 // Billboard--#1 Country--10 weeks / #14 Pop

21. Blue Canadian Rockies (Cliffie Stone and his Hometown Jamboree Gang) (Cindy Walker) // 2:50 // Master# 6459 // Cap.# 1167 // Recorded July 27, 1950 // Released September, 1950 // Notes: This recording was actually a Cliffie Stone record. Although Ernie takes a brief solo, he never  received label credit on the actual single.

22. Leetle Juan Pedro (w/Eddie Kirk and The Cliffie Stone Band) (Bob Cecil, Cliffie Stone) // 2:20 // Master# 6629 // Cap.#1275 // -No Information Available-

23. Tailor Made Woman (w/ Joe "Fingers" Carr) (Jimmy Bryant, Bill Kemp) // 2:18 // Master# 6767 // Cap.# 1349 // Recorded October 24, 1950 // Released January 8, 1951 // Stack-O-Lee (w/ Joe "Fingers" Carr and The Carrhops) (Arr. by Louis Busch) // 2:46 // Master# 6768 // Recorded October 24, 1950 //  Billboard -- #8 Country

24. I'm A Bad Man (w/ Tex Williams) (Harold Stanley) // 2:53 //  Master# 7017 // Cap.# 95291// Recorded January 8, 1951// Released July 18, 1991// Notes: Originally shelved by Capitol; not released until its appearance on 1991's Capitol Collector's series.

25. You Can Tell A Texan Ev'ry Time (w/ Tex Williams) (Roger Davenport) // 2:15 // Master# 7018 // Recorded January 18, 1951// Released November, 1994 // Notes: Also shelved after recording, this track was not released until Capitol's 1994 boxed set, Masters

26. The Strange Little Girl // 2:59 // Master# 7308 // Cap.# 1470 //  Recorded 1951// Kentucky Waltz // Master # 7309 // Recorded May, 1951// Released June 15, 1951 //  Billboard -- #9 Country

27. She's My Baby (Ernest Ford) // Master# 7310 // Cap.# 1521// Recorded 1951// Mr. and Mississippi (Irving Gordon) // 3:05 // Master# 7402 // Recorded 1951// Released June 16, 1951//Billboard -- #2 Country, #18 Pop

28. Christmas Dinner (Ernest Ford) // 2:50 // Master# 7403 // Cap.# 1830 // Recorded  1951// A Rootin' Tootin' Santa Claus (Oakley Hadelman, Peter Tinturin) // 1:48 // Master# 7404 // Recorded  1951// -No Release Date Available-

29. Ocean Of Tears (w/ Kay Starr) (Hope Rider, Lida Dolan) // 2:35 // Master# 7537 // Capitol # 1567 // Recorded May 7, 1951// Released 1951// You're My Sugar (w/ Kay Starr) (Irving Taylor, Hal Stanley) // 2:36 // Master# 7538 // Recorded May 7, 1951// Released 1951

30. Rock City Boogie (w/ The Dinning Sisters) (Joe Allison, Anita Kerr)  // 2:11 // Master# 7922 // Cap.# 1911// Recorded August 14, 1951// Released December 31, 1951// Streamlined Cannonball (w/ The Dinning Sisters) (Roy Acuff) // 2:37 // Master# 7923 // Recorded August 14, 1951// Released December 31, 1951

31. Kissin' Bug Boogie (Allan Roberts, Robert Allen) // 2:03 // Master# 7924 // Cap.# 1775 //Recorded August 14, 1951 // Woman Is A Five-Letter Word (Zarel, Singer, Shaw) // 2:48 // Master# 7925 // Recorded August 14, 1951

32. Hey, Good Lookin' (w/ Helen O'Connell) (Hank Williams) // 2:03 // Master# 7995 // Cap.#1809 // Recorded  September 17, 1951// Released October 8, 1951// Cool, Cool Kisses (w/ Helen O'Connell) (Ernest Ford, Cal Martin)// 2:17 // Master# 9023 // Released October 8, 1951

33. Hambone (w/ Bucky Tibbs and The Cliffie Stone Orchestra) // (Rod Saunders, Leon Washington)// 2:05 // Master# 9776 // Cap.# 2017 // -No Information Available-// The Gandy Dancer's Ball (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra)// (Paul Weston, Paul Mason Howard) // 2:12 // Master# 9777 //  -No Information Available-

34. Everybody's Got A Girl But Me (Sherm Feller)// 1:57 // Master# 9830 // Cap.# 2042 // Recorded September 6, 1952 // -No Release Date Available-

35. Fatback Louisiana, USA (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra) (Stan Freberg)// 2:19 // Master# 9831 // Cap.# 2066 // Recorded 1952 // -No Release Date Available- // Snowshoe Thompson (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra) // (Paul Mason Howard, Buddy Ebsen) // 2:35 // Master# 9832 // Recorded 1952 // -No Release Date Available-

36. The Tennessee Local (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra) // (Steve Nelson, Ed G. Nelson, Jimmy Dupree)// 2:24 // Master# 10307 // Cap.# 2170 // Recorded July 10, 1952 // Released August 4, 1952 // Blackberry Boogie (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra) (Ernest Ford) // 2:26 // Master# 10308 // Recorded July 10, 1952 //  Billboard -- #6--Country

37. I'm Hog-Tied Over You (w/ Ella Mae Morse) (Ernest Ford) // 2:32 // Master# 10392 // Cap.# 2215 // Recorded July 9, 1952 // False Hearted Girl (w/ Ella Mae Morse) (Alton Delmore, Rabon Delmore) // 2:15 // Master# 10393 // Recorded July 9, 1952 // Released September 8, 1952

38. I Don't Know (Willie Mabon, J. Thomas) // 2:32 // Master# 10943 // Cap.# 2338 // Recorded December 23, 1952 //  -No Release Date Available-

39. Sweet Temptation // 2:37 // Master# 10944 // Recorded December 23, 1952 // -No Release Date Available-

40. Don't Start Courtin' In A Hot Rod (w/ Molly Bee) (Ernest  Ford)// 2:32 // Master# 11160 //Cap.# 2473 // Recorded 1953 // -No Release Date Available- // We're A-Growin' Up (w/ Molly Bee) // (Twomey, Wise, Weisman) // 2:01 // Master# 11161// Recorded 1953 // -No Release Date Available-

41. Deliverance Will Come // Master# 11225//Recorded September 9, 1953 // -Unreleased-

42. The Ninety And Nine // Master# 11226//Recorded September 9, 1953 // -Unreleased-

43. Hey, Mr. Cottonpicker! (Dak Stanford, Robert Mitchum) // 2:19 // Master# 11227 // Cap.# 2443// Recorded September 9, 1953 // -No Release Date Available- // Three Things (A Man Must Do) // (Irving Drake, Jimmy Shirl) // 3:00 // Master# 11228 // Recorded September 9, 1953 // -No Release Date Available-

44. Celebratin' // 2:28 // Master# 11373 // -No Information Available-

45. Kiss Me Big (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra)  (Ernest Ford) // 2:19 // Master# 11688 // Cap.# 2602 // -No Release Date Available- // Catfish Boogie (w/ Cliffie Stone's Orchestra) (Ernest Ford) // 2:16 // Master# 11709 // -No Release Date Available-

46. There Is Beauty In Everything (w/ Orchestra Conducted By Billy May) // (Marjorie Thrasher) // 2:58 // Master# 12422 // Cap.# 2939 // -No Recording or Release Date Information Available-// Somebody Bigger Than You And I (w/ Orchestra Conducted By Billy May) // Lange, Burke, Heath)//2:30 // Master# 12423 // -No Recording or Release Date Information Available-

47. This Must Be The Place! (w/ Betty Hutton and The Billy May Orchestra) // (Edward Pola, Allan  Copeland)// 1:54 // Master# 12454 // Cap.# 2809 // Recorded March 3, 1954 // Released May 17, 1954 // The Honeymoon's Over (w/ Betty Hutton and the Billy May Orchestra) // (Horton, McCarthy, Meisels) // 1:53 // Master# 12455 // Recorded March 3, 1954

48. Give Me Your Word (w/ The Billy May Orchestra) // 3:06 // Master# 12588 // Cap.# 2810 // Recorded April 22, 1954 //  River Of No Return (w/ The Billy May Orchestra) (Lionel Newman, Ken Darby) // 2:30 // Master# 12589 // Recorded April 22, 1954 // Released May 31, 1954 // Billboard -- #5 Country

49. Eins, Zwei, Drei (One, Two Three) (w/ The Billy May Orchestra) // (Fred Spielman, Kermit Geitl) // 2:06 // Master# 12590 // Cap.# 2876 // Recorded 1954 // -No Release Date Available- // Losing You (w/ The Billy May Orchestra) (Norman Kaye) // 2:15 // Master# 12591// Recorded 1954 // -No Release Date Available-

50. The Ballad Of Davy Crockett (From Walt Disney's Davy Crockett) // (Tom Blackburn, George Bruns) // 2:51 // Master# 13544 // Cap.# 3058 // Recorded February 7, 1955 // Released March 1, 1955 // Farewell  (From Walt Disney's Davy Crockett (Tom Blackburn, George Bruns) // 2:33 // Master# 13545 // Recorded February 7, 1955 //  Billboard -- #4 Country, #5 Pop

51. I Am A Pilgrim // 3:16 // Master# 13813 // Cap.# ? // His Hands // 2:34 // Master# 13814 // -No Recording or Release Information Available-

52. Sixteen Tons (Conducted By Jack Fascinato) (Merle Travis) // 2:34 // Master# 3262 // Cap.#14296 // Recorded September 20, 1955 // Released October 17, 1955 //  Billboard -- #1 Pop (8 weeks) -- #1 Country (10 weeks) // You Don't Have To Be A Baby To Cry (Bob Merrill, Terry Shand) // 2:10 // Master# 14297 // Recorded September 20, 1955

53. The Rovin, Gambler (Trad.:Arr. By Jack Fascinato, Ernest Ford) // 2:11 // Master# 14589 // Cap.# 3421// Recorded January 5, 1956 // Released May 7, 1956 // John Henry (Trad.: Arr. By Merle Travis) // 2:52 // Master# 14726 // Recorded 1956

54. Bright Lights And Blonde-Haired Women (Eddie Kirk) //  2:25 // Master# 14611 // Cap.# 3343 // Recorded November 22, 1955 // Released February 6, 1956 // Note: This was the second version Ernie cut of this Eddie Kirk tune; the first is Master# 6387 // That's All (Merle Travis) // 2:45 // Master# 14725 // Recorded November 22, 1955 //  Billboard -- #12 Country -- #17 Pop

55. Rock, Roll, Boogie (Abner Silver, Roy Alfred) // 2:23 // Master# 15517 // Cap.# 3474 // Recorded 1956 // Call Me Darlin' (Call Me Sweetheart, Call Me Dear) (Reisfeld, Fryberg, Marbot) // 2:31 // Master# 15518 // Recorded 1956 // -No Release Date Available-

56. First Born (Johnny Lehmann) // 2:09 // Master# 15519 // Cap.# 3553 // Recorded June 4, 1956 // Released October 1, 1956

57. One Suit (Charlie Singleton, Larry Coleman) // 2:02 // Master# 16510 // Cap.# 3649 // Recorded December, 1956 // The Watermelon Song (Bill 'Roy' Eustrom) // 2:10 // Master# 16511 // Recorded December, 1956 // Released February 25, 1957

58. The Lonely Man (From The Paramount Picture, The Lonely  Man) // (Nathan Van Cleave, Jack Brooks) // 2:10 // Master# 16697 // Cap.# 3700 // Recorded 1957 // False Hearted Girl (Alton Delmore, Rabon Delmore) // 2:20 // Master# 14609 // Recorded 1957 // -No Release Date Available- // Note: This was the second version of this track; the first was Ernie's duet with Ella Mae Morse (listing 53)

59. In The Middle Of An Island // 2:20 // Master# 17237 Cap.# 3762 // Recorded 1957 // Ivy League // 2:12 // Master# 17238 // Released July 22, 1957

60. Bless Your Pea Pickin' Heart (H. Geller, S. Henry) // 2:10 // Master# 18051 // Cap.# 3868 // Recorded 1957 // Down Deep (Larry Coleman) // 2:10 // Master# 18405 // Recorded 1957 // -No Release Dates Available-

61. Love Makes The World Go 'Round (Ollie Jones) // 2:27 // Master# 19183 // Cap.# 3997//  Recorded 1958 Released June 15, 1958 // Sunday Barbecue (Ira Cook, Mort Greene) // 2:19 // Master# 19184

62. Sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed (Boudleaux Bryant) // 2:06 // Master# 19182 // Cap. # 4107 // Recorded 1958 // Released December 8, 1958 // Glad Rags (J. Bond) // 1:51 // Master# 19185 // Recorded 1958

63. Code Of The Mountains (Karl and Harty, Patrick McAdory) // 3:12 // Master# 31212 // Cap.# 4173 // Recorded December, 1958 // Released March 30, 1959 // Black-Eyed Susie (Trad: Arr. Ernest Ford, Jack Fascinato) // 2:02 // Master# 31245 // Recorded December, 1958

64. Joshua Fit The Battle (Trad: Arr. By Ernest Ford, Jack Fascinato) // 1:20 // Master# 33827 // Cap.# 4416 // Recorded 1960 // Released July 1, 1960 // O Mary, Don't You Weep (Trad: Arr. By Ernest Ford, Jack Fascinato) // 1:45 // Master# 33842 // Recorded 1960

65. Little Klinker (Thomas Lalakos) // 1:56 // Master# 34341 // Cap.# 4446 // Recorded 1960 // Released September 26, 1960 // Jingle-o-The Brownie (Dick Reynolds) // 1:56 // Master# 34342 // Recorded 1960

66. Dark As A Dungeon (Merle Travis) // 3:02 // Master# 35272 //  Cap.# 4531// Recorded 1961// Released February 27, 1961// Note: This was Ernie's second version of this classic Merle Travis song. // His Love Makes The World Go Around (Cindy Walker) // 2:01 // Master# 35270 // Recorded 1961

67. I Gotta Have My Baby Back (Floyd Tillman) // 3:44 // Master# 34934 // Cap.# 4577 // Recorded 1961 // Released May 29, 1961// Little Red Rockin' Hood (Jack Hammer) // 1:54 // Master# 35863 // Recorded 1961

68. Take Your Girlie To The Movies (Wendling, Leslie, Kalmar) // 2:25 // Master# 36776 // Cap.# 4734 // Recorded December, 1961 // Released April 2, 1962 // There'll Be No New Tunes On This Old Piano (Johnny Lange, Hy Heath) // 2:02 // Master# 36778 // Recorded December, 1961

69.  Work Song (Oscar Brown, Jr., Nat Adderly) // 2:57 // Master# 37792 // Cap.# 4793 // Recorded 1962 // Released July 2, 1962 // Rags And Old Iron (Oscar Brown, Jr.) // 2:44 // Master# 37793 // Recorded 1962

70. How Great Thou Art  (Stuart K. Hine) // 2:35 // Master# 38053 // Cap.# 4838 // Recorded June, 1962 // Released September 10, 1962 // Eternal Life (The Prayer of St. Francis) (Olive Dungan) // 2:18 // Master# 38054 // Recorded June, 1962

71. Hicktown (Turner, Williams) // 2:50 // Master# 53497 // Cap.# 5425 // Recorded January, 1965 // Released May 17, 1965 // Sixteen Tons (Merle Travis) // 2:23 // Master# 53496 //  Billboard -- #9 Country // Note: This was Ernie's second version of his Trademark song. A radical departure, Ernie and his producer, Lee Gillette turned the song on its ear, by giving it a contemporary rock sound. This is a real find for the true collector!

72. Hand-Me-Down Things (Randy Sparks) // 2:32 // Master# 57493 // Cap.# 5996 // Recorded June, 1967 // Released September 11, 1967 // The Road (Randy Sparks) // 2:28 // Master# 57494 // Recorded June, 1967

73. Rainy Night In Georgia (Tony Joe White) // 4:42 // Master# 74681 // Cap.# 2918 // Recorded 1970 // Released September 14, 1970 // Let The Lovelight In Your Eyes Lead Me On (E. Sheldon, J. Keller) / 3:02 // Master# 74683 // Recorded 1970

74. Don't Let The Good Life Pass You By (Sharon Leigh Rucker) // 2:46 // Master# 76329 // Cap.# 3079 // Recorded 1971// Released March 22, 1971// Happy Songs Of Love (F. Stanton, A. Kent) // 2:38 // Master# 76328 // Recorded 1971

75. The Pea-Pickin' Cook (Jack Fascinato) // 3:01 // Master# 78704 // Cap.# 3422 // Recorded 1972 // Released August 21, 1972 // Song (Mama's Song) (B. Buie, J. Cobb) // 3:02 // Master# 78705A // Recorded 1972

76.  Printer's Alley Stars (Johnny Cunningham) // 2:55 // Master# 79568 // Cap.# 3556 // Recorded November, 1972 // Released December 26, 1973 // Baby (Ray Griff) // 3:00 // Master# 79577 // Recorded November, 1972

77. Farther Down The River (Where The Fishin's Good) (C. Williams, S. Stone) // 2:46 // Master# 79556 // Cap.# 3631 // Recorded November, 1972 // Released May 28, 1973 // You've Still Got Love All over You (M. Tubb, A. Kent) // 3:01 // Master# 79562 // Recorded November, 1972

78. Colorado Country Morning (B. Duncan, J. Cunningham) // 2:44 // Master# 79566 // Cap.# 3704 // Recorded November, 1972 // Released August 20, 1973 // Daddy Usta Say (Charlie Williams) // 2:56 // Master# 79567 // Recorded November, 1972

79. Sweet Child Of Sunshine (Gene Price) // 2:56 // Master# 79558 // Cap.# 3783 // Recorded 1973 // Released November 19, 1973 // She Picked Up The Pieces (E. Goff, R. Sanders) // 2:38 // Master# 90529 // Recorded 1973

80. I've Got Confidence (Andrae Crouch) // 2:40 // Master# 90974 // Cap.# 3848 // Recorded January, 1974 // Released March 4, 1974 // I'd Like To Be (Dennis Saeger) // 2:09 // Master# 79561 // // Recorded November, 1972

81. Come On Down (J. Hayford, S. Stone) // 3:20 // Master# 90971 // Cap.# 3916 // Recorded January, 1974 // Released June 24, 1974 // Bits And Pieces Of Life (Charlie Williams) // 4:15 // Master# 90531 // Recorded September 27,1973

82. Smokey Taverns, Bar Room Girls (Tom Bresh) // 2:06 // Master# 90530 // Cap.# 4160 // Recorded September 27, 1973 // Released October 13, 1975 // The Devil Ain't A Lonely Woman's Friend (D. Frazier, S. Shafer) // 2:43 // Master# 91107 // Recorded 1975

83. I Been To Georgia On A Fast Train (Billy Jo Shaver) // 2:52 // Master# 93087 // Cap.# 4285 // Recorded March, 1976 // Released June 20, 1976 // Baby's Home (Stone, Duncan, Roberts) // 2:24 // Master# 93088 // Recorded March, 1976