DON RENO

- Chronological Listing of Recording Sessions -

Compiled by Charley Pennell, based on data from Eddie Stubbs, Richard Weize, Dick Grant, Gary B. Reid, & Jeremy Stephens



19480605

5 June 1948, Reissue of radio broadcast, Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, TN

[01] New mule skinner blues (Jimmie Rodgers-George Vaughn)
B. Monroe-L

William Smith 'Bill' Monroe-m; unknown-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno?-bj; Gene Christian?-f; unknown-sb



19510306

6 March 1951, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

F 1034 When I safely reach that other shore (Don Reno) 45-10015 King 7001
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; J. Phelps-B; Remus Bell-BS

F 1035 Little country preacher (Don Reno) 45-10021 GT7-0959-2
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; J. Phelps-B; Remus Bell-BS

F 1036 Wings of faith (Don Reno) 45-10021 GT7-0959-2
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; J. Phelps-B; Remus Bell-BS

F 1037 Jesus will save your soul (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) 45-10015 AL-1518
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; J. Phelps-B; Remus Bell-BS

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Claude J. 'Jackie' Phelp-steel guitar; Tommy Magness-bs



19520115

15 January 1952, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 3333 The Lord's last supper (Don Reno) 45-1128 LP-617
R. Smiley-V; D. Reno-T; C. Haney-V; J. Haney-B

K 3334 I'm using my Bible for a roadmap (Reno-Schroeder) 45-1045 LP-550
R. Smiley-LV/BSC; D. Reno-TC; J. Haney-BC; C. Haney-LC

K 3335 I want to live like Christ, my Savior (Don Reno) 45-1079 KG-0341-2
R. Smiley-LV/BSC; D. Reno-TC; J. Haney-BC; C. Haney-LC

K 3336 Let in the guiding light (Reno-Schroeder) 45-1079 LP-550
D. Reno-LV/TC; R. Smiley-BSC; J. Haney-BC; C. Haney-LC

K 3337 There's a highway to Heaven (Don Reno) 45-1128 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Jay Haney-B

K 3338 Some beautiful day (Don Reno) 45-1162 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Jay Haney-B

K 3339 Jesus is standing at my right hand (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) 45-1162 GT-0115
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Jay Haney-B

K 3340 Hear Jerusalem moan (Don Reno) 45-1045 LP-550
D. Reno-LV/TC; R. Smiley-BSC; Jay Haney-BC; Chuck Haney-LC

K 3341 A pretty wreath for mother's grave (Don Reno) 45-1199 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3342 A rose on God's shore (Don Reno) 45-1199 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3343 There's another baby waiting for me down the line (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-1063 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3344 Maybe you will change your mind (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-1104 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3345 I'm gone, long gone (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-1150 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3346 Drifting with the tide (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-1063 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3347 Tennessee Cut-Up breakdown (Don Reno) 45-1150 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3348 Crazy finger blues (Don Reno) 45-1104 LP-552
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-m; Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Jay Haney-sb



19520116

16 January 1952, King session, Producer: Syd Nathan, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 3351-2 Let's pray FV-12016
M. O'Dell-L; D. Reno-T

K 3352-4 Be on time FV-12016
M. O'Dell-L; D. Reno-T

K 3353-1 When the hand of God comes down FV-12016
M. O'Dell-L; D. Reno-T

K 3354-2 Wolves in sheep's clothing KG-0952-4-2
M. O'Dell-L; D. Reno-T

'Mac O'Dell' Odell McLeod-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-m; Gopher Addis-f; Jay Haney-sb



19530130

30 January 1953, King session, Producer: Arthur Smith, WBT Radio Station, Charlotte, N.C.

K 3534 Tennessee breakdown (Don Reno) 45-1283 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3535 He's coming back to Earth again (Don Reno) 45-1263 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; R. Rector-B; J. Lunsford-BS

K 3536 I can hear the angels singing (Don Reno) 45-1303 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; R. Rector-B; J. Lunsford-BS

K 3537 My mother's Bible (Don Reno) 45-1263 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3538 Please don't feel sorry for me (Don Reno) 45-1332 LP-579
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3539 I could cry (Don Reno) 45-1283 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3540 Springtime in dear old Dixie (Don Reno) 45-5126 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; C. Haney-B

K 3541 Choking the strings (Don Reno) 45-1235 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3542 Mountain church (Don Reno) 45-1303 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3543 Love call waltz (Don Reno-Tommy Magness) 45-1332 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3544 I'm the talk of the town (Don Reno) 45-1235 LP-579
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3545 Always be kind to mother (Don Reno) 45-5126 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; William E. 'Red' Rector-m; Jimmy Lunsford-f; Tommy Faile-bs; Nelson Benton-drums



19540406

6 April 1954, King session, Producer: Syd Nathan, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 3774 Since I've used my Bible for a roadmap (Reno-Schroeder) 45-1377 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3775 I'm building a mansion in Heaven (Reno-Smiley) 45-1409 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3776 My shepherd is God (Don Reno) 45-1377 LP-550
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 3777 Tree of life (Don Reno) 45-1352 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3778 Springtime in Heaven (Don Reno) 45-1409 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3779 Tally-ho (Reno-Smiley) 45-1360 LP-579
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3780 Emotions (Don Reno) 45-1360 LP-579
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 3781 Your tears are just interest on the loan (Don Reno) 45-1390 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3782 All I have is just a memory (Don Reno) 45-5105 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3783 Someone will love me in Heaven (Reno-Ward) 45-1352 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3784 Limehouse blues (Braham-Furber) 45-4907 LP-579
(Instrumental)

K 3785 Dixie breakdown (Reno-Lunsford) 45-1390 LP-552
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Bill Haney-m; Jimmy Lunsford-f; Tommy Faile-bs; Nelson Benton-drums



19541108

8 November 1954, King session, Producer: Syd Nathan, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 3891 Barefoot Nellie (Reno-Davis) 45-1490 LP-621
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT; Harvey Rabon-BS

K 3892 Cruel love (Red Smiley) 45-4962 LP-621
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 3893 I'm the biggest liar in town (Don Reno) 45-1433 LP-621
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 3894 It's grand to have someone to love you (Don Reno) 45-1458 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3895 Let's live for tonight (Don Reno) 45-4907 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3896 Old home place (Don Reno-Bill Haney) 45-4921 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3897 Trail of sorrow (Don Reno) 45-1509 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3898 Charlotte breakdown (Don Reno) 45-1458 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3899 How I miss my darling mother (Don Reno) 45-1473 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3900 Family altar (Don Reno) 45-4875 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 3901 Jesus is waiting (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) 45-1473 LP-550
D. Reno-L; Mack Magaha-B; R. Smiley-BS

K 3902 I'm so happy (Don Reno) 45-4875 LP-617
D. Reno-L; Mack Magaha-B; R. Smiley-BS

K 3903 Hen scratchin' stomp (Don Reno) 45-4962 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3904 Double banjo blues (Don Reno) 45-1509 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3905 Reno ride (Don Reno) 45-1490 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3906 Banjo riff (Don Reno) 45-4921 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3907 Banjo signal (Don Reno-Smiley Hobbs) 45-5105 LP-579
(Instrumental)

K 3908 Mack's hoedown (Mack Magaha) 45-1433 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 3909 Jesus answers my prayers (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) 45-4944 LP-617
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 3910 Get behind me Satan (Don Reno) 45-4944 LP-550
D. Reno-L; M. Magaha-B; R. Smiley-BS

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Julian 'Smiley' Hobbs-m; Jimmy Lunsford-f; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19550425.1

25 April 1955, King session, Producer: Arthur Smith, WBT Radio Station, Charlotte, N.C.

K 3965 Home sweet home (Bishop-Payne) 45-1474 LP-579
D. Reno-L/T/B

K 3966 Green Mountain hop (Don Reno) 45-1474 LP-579
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-g/bj/bs/drums



19550425.2

25 April 1955, MGM session, Producer: Arthur Smith, WBT Radio Station, Charlotte, N.C.

55-S 460 Bye bye black smoke choo choo K-12006

55-S 461 Feudin' banjos K-12006
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-g/bj/bs/drums



19560827

27 August 1956, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4092 If it takes me a lifetime (Red Smiley) 45-4981 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4093 Country boy rock n' roll (Don Reno) 45-1510 LP-621
D. Reno-HL; R. Smiley-LT

K 4094 I know you're married (Don Reno-Mack Magaha) 45-5046 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4095 No longer a sweetheart of mine (Swift-Reno-Smiley) 45-5079 LP-621
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4096 Forgotten men (Don Reno) 45-5024 LP-617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4097 Never get to hold you in my arms anymore (Carlton Haney) 45-5065 LP-646
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4098 Kneel down (Carlton Haney) 45-5024 LP-550
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4099 Cumberland Gap (Trad.) 45-1510 LP-552
(Instrumental)

K 4100 Remington ride (Penny-Herb Remington) 45-4981 LP-579
(Instrumental)

K 4101 Beer barrel polka (YeJuda-Timm-Brown-Zeman) 45-5046 LP-579
(Instrumental)

K 4102 Richmond ruckus (Mack Magaha) 45-5079 LP-579
(Instrumental)

K 4103 When you and I were young, Maggie (J.A. Butterfield) 45-5065 LP-579
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g [4093 only]; Horace 'Benny' Williams-f; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19560923

23 September 1956, Kipepeo reissue of live concert by Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys, New River Ranch, Rising Sun, Md.,

[01] Kentucky waltz (Bill Monroe) SF-CD-40063
B. Monroe-L

[02] Blue grass stomp (Bill Monroe) SF-CD-40063
(Instrumental)

William Smith 'Bill' Monroe-m; Edd Mayfield-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno?-bj; Clarence 'Tater' Tate-f; unknown-sb



19570000

1957, Rural Rhythm reissue, New River Ranch, Rising Sun, Md.

[01] I'm the talk of the town RB-3323
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; other personnel not known



19570415

15 April 1957, Dot session, Producer: Mac Wiseman, Bradley Film & Recording Studio, 804 16th Avenue South, Nashville, TN,

MB 9643 Sawing on the strings (Lewis Compton) 45-15588 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; M. Magaha-B

MB 9644 Sweethearts in Heaven (Buck Owens) 45-15588 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 9645 One teardrop and one step away (Hender Saul) 45-15835 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 9646 Unforgivable you (Ross Page) 45-15835 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Walter Louis 'Hank' 'Sugarfoot' Garland-m; Mack Magaha-f; Benjamin Edward 'Benny' Martin-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Gordon H. Terry-sack of marbles



19570721

21 July 1957, Copper Creek reissue of live concert, New River Ranch, Rising Sun, Md.

[01] Billy in the lowground CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[02] Springtime in glory CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[03] When you and I were young, Maggie CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[04] Bonaparte's retreat CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[05] Gone home CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[06] He will set your fields on fire CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[07] Grey eagle CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19570805.1

5 August 1957, Dot session, Producer: Mac Wiseman, RCA Victor Studio, Methodist Television and Radio Commission, 1525 McGavock St., Nashville, TN

MB 10036 Howdy neighbor howdy (Jimmy Morris) 45-15700 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 10037 Banjo medley: Silver bell, Snow deer, Red wing (Don Reno) 45-15760 DLP-25490
(Instrumental)

MB 10038 One more hill (Gary Walker-Gene Wilson) 45-15760 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 10039 Won't you kiss me one more time (Pete Stamper) DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Mac Wiseman-HB

MB 10040 Where did our young years go (Jack Rhodes) 45-15649 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; Mac Wiseman-HB

MB 10041 Cotton eyed Joe (Traditional) 45-15649 DLP-25490
D. Reno-L; M. Magaha-HB

MB 10042 Dark waters (Don Reno) DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 10043 Your love is dying (Benny Martin) 45-15700 DLP-25490
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Walter L. 'Hank' 'Sugarfoot' Garland-m; Mack Magaha-f; Benjamin Edward 'Benny' Martin-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19571102

2 November 1957, Copper Creek reissue of New Dominion Barn Dance radio broadcast, Radio Station WRVA, Richmond, Va.,

[01] Sweethearts in Heaven (Don Reno) CC-0128CD

[02] Lasses CC-0128CD

[03] Someone will love me in Heaven CC-0128CD

[04] Closing theme: Golden slippers CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19580117

17 January 1958, Copper Creek reissue of radio broadcast, Radio Station WLOE, Eden, N.C.

[01] Opening theme CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[02] Tennessee wagoner CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[03] It's a little more like Heaven CC-0128CD

[04] I'm stepping out tonight CC-0128CD

[05] Getting' ready to leave this world CC-0128CD

[06] Closing theme CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19580325

25 March 1958, Copper Creek reissue of live concert, Sunset Park, Nottingham, Pa.

[01] Your love is dying CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Don't stop me now CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[03] Banjo medley: Silver bell, Snow deer, Red wing CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[04] Cowhide joke CC-0127CD

[05] Your old standby CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Mention of a banjo contest CC-0127CD

[07] I can't stop loving you CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[08] Sawing on the strings CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[09] Banjo signal CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[10] Big ball in Brooklyn CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[11] Call me CC-0127CD
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[12] John Henry CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

[13] Closing theme CC-0127CD
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19581114

14 November 1958, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4204 Unwanted love (Reno-Smiley-Leftwich) 45-6054 LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4205 Better luck next time (Don Reno) 45-6054 LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4206 Wall around your heart (Reno-Smiley-Smith) 45-5169 LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4207 Another day (Reno-Smiley) LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4208 Banjo special (Don Reno) 45-5277 LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 4209 Country Latin special (Reno-Smiley) 45-5169 LP-776
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno (probably)-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19581125

25 November 1958, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4210 Get ready (Reno-Smiley-Smith) KEP-460 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4211 Keep me humble (Reno-Smiley) 45-5184 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4212 Brighter mansion over there (Reno-Smiley) 45-5184 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4213 He will forgive you (Haney-Reno-Smiley) KEP-460 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4214 Missile ride (Don Reno) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 4215 Buggy ride (Reno-Smiley) LP-861
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g [4213 only]; Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno?-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19590302

2 March 1959, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4244 I want to know (Reno-Smiley-Martin) 45-6060 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4245 The new Jerusalem (Cooper-Eanes) 45-5221 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4246 He's not ashamed of you (Reno-Smiley-Martin) 45-6060 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4247 God's record book of life (Reno-Smiley-Martin) 45-5221 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4248 Pray (Reno-Smiley) KEP-459 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; unknown-B

K 4249 Passing of time (Reno-Smiley) KEP-459 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4250 I'll trade my cross for a crown (Reno-Smiley) KEP-458 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4251 Sailing home (Reno-Smiley) KEP-459 LP-656
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4252 Pretending (Reno-Smiley) 45-5260 LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4253 I wouldn't change you if I could (Jim Eanes) 45-5200 LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4254 Little Rock getaway (Joe Sullivan) 45-5200 LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 4255 Sockeye (Reno-Smiley) 45-5260 LP-776
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Curley Howard-g; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19590801

1 August 1959, Copper Creek reissue of radio broadcast, Radio Station WARL, Arlington, N.C.

[01] Turkey in the straw CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[02] I'll stay around CC-0128CD

[03] Flop eared mule CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[04] There's more pretty girls than one CC-0128CD

[05] Jesse James CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[06] Closing theme CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19591000

October 1959, King session, Troutville, Va.

K 4397 Under your spell again (Owens-Rhodes) 45-5277
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19591026

26 October 1959, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4412 Money, marbles, and chalk (Pop Eckler) 45-5320 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4413 Dark as a dungeon (Louis M. Jones) 45-5369 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4414 Freight train boogie (Jim Scott-Jim Nabor) 45-5320 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4415 Gathering flowers from the hillside (J.E. Mainer) KEP-471 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4416 East bound freight train (Grandpa Jones) 45-5369 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4417 Charlie Brooks and Nellie Adair (Reno-Smiley) KEP-470 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4418 Lonesome wind blues (Wayne Raney) 45-5296 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4419 Mountain Rosa Lee (York-York) 45-5346 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4420 She has forgotten (Karl & Harty) 45-5296 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4421 Don't let your sweet love die (Van Ness-Manners) 45-5469 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4422 Eight more miles to Louisville (Grandpa Jones) 45-5346 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4423 I'm blue and lonesome (James B. Smith) 45-5401 LP-701
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4424 I need the prayers (James D. Vaughan) KEP-464 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4425 In the garden (Austin Miles) KEP-464 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4426 Arm of God (Alton Delmore) KEP-466 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4427 Jesus will save your soul (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) 45-5286 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-lead g; Ronald 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f/percussion; John Palmer-sb; Ray Pennington-drums



19591027

27 October 1959, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4428 I feel like traveling on (Hunter-Vaughn) KEP-466 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4429 The Lord's last supper (Don Reno) KEP-464 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4430 Little country preacher (Don Reno) KEP-465 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4431 You never mentioned him to me (Rowe-Gaines) KEP-464 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4432 He will set your fields on fire (Ballew-Brackett) KEP-466 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4433 Whispering hope (Alice Hawthorne) 45-5286 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4434 Mother's only sleeping (Bill Monroe) KEP-456 LP-693
D. Reno-LV/TC; R. Smiley-LC

K 4435 I'll meet you in the morning (Albert E. Brumley) KEP-465 LP-693
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-lead g; John D. Palmer-sb; Mack Magaha-percussion



19600413

13 April 1960, King session with the Easter Brothers, Cloverdale, Va.

K 4598-3 There's rest just ahead 45-5349
R. Easter-L; J. Easter-T; E. Easter-B

K 4599-2 Singing with the angels 45-5349
R. Easter-L; J. Easter-T; E. Easter-B

K 4600-2 Bible on the table 45-5412
R. Easter-L; J. Easter-T; E. Easter-B

K 4601-2 John saw the kingdom 45-5412
R. Easter-L; J. Easter-T; E. Easter-B

Russell Easter-g; James Easter-g; Edd Easter-m; Joel Martin-bj; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-f; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19600627

27 June 1960, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4687 Steel guitar rag (Leon McAuliff) LP-718
(Instrumental)

K 4688 Tennessee stomp (Reno-Smiley) LP-718
(Instrumental)

K 4689 Pick and hold (Reno-Smiley) LP-718
(Instrumental)

K 4690 Down on the farm (Whoa mule) (Reno-Smiley) LP-718
D. Reno-sp

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Sid Campbell-g



19600628

28 June 1960, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 4691 Love, oh love, please come home (Leon Jackson) 45-5520 LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4692 Bringin' in the Georgia mail (Fred Rose) 45-5432 LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4693 Born to lose (Frankie Brown) 45-5469 LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4694 San Antonio Rose (Bob Wills) LP-718
(Instrumental)

K 4695 When it's time for the whip-poor-will to sing (Alton Delmore) 45-5650 LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 4696 Please remember that I love you (Reno-Smiley) 45-5432 LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-H; R. Reno-H

K 4697 Unfaithful one (Sid Campbell) LP-718
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-H; R. Reno-H

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g (on 4696 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Sid Campbell-g



19600813

13 August 1960, Copper Creek reissue of Don Owens Jamboree television broadcast, WTTG-TV, Washington, DC

[01] Introduction by Don Owens CC-0128CD
Don Owens-sp

[02] I know you're married, but I love you still CC-0128CD
R. Smiley-V; D. Reno-V

[03] Commentary with Don Owens CC-0128CD
Don Owens-sp

[04] Dixie breakdown CC-0128CD
(Instrumental)

[05] Commentary with Don Owens CC-0128CD
Don Owens-sp

[06] Family Bible CC-0128CD

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19600814

14 August 1960, Kipepeo reissue of live concert by Bill Monroe, Watermelon Park, Berryville, VA

[01] Bluegrass stomp Kipepeo No #
(Instrumental)

[02] Can't you hear me callin' Kipepeo No #

[03] I hear a sweet voice calling Kipepeo No #

[04] Lonesome road blues Kipepeo No #
(Instrumental)

[05] Travelling down this lonesome road Kipepeo No #

[06] When He reached down His hand for me Kipepeo No #

[07] When you are lonely Kipepeo No #

[08] Will you be lovin' another man Kipepeo No #

William Smith 'Bill' Monroe-m; Malcolm B. 'Mac' Wiseman-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj



19610000

1961, Grassound reissue of live concert, Troutville, Va.

[01] My blushing red rose (Ashley-Manupelli) G-101

[02] Broken dreams (Ashley-Manupelli) G-101

[03] Sunshine stamps (Ashley-Manupelli) G-101

[04] Theme II G-101

[05] Walking with Jesus (Ashley-Manupelli) G-101

[06] Tomorrow I'll be through with you (Ashley-Manupelli-Reno-Smiley) G-101

[07] Only a fool would listen (Ashley-Manupelli) G-101

[08] Emotions (Reno-Smiley) G-101

[09] Chase theme: Skillet; Dixie breakdown; Patty; Banjo signal G-101

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19610424

24 April 1961, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 10753 Lee's march (Magaha-Reno) LP-787
(Instrumental)

K 10754 Follow the leader (Stroup-Reno) LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10755 Double eagle (Trad.) 45-5520 LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10756 Carry me back to old Virginia (Trad.) LP-787
(Instrumental)

K 10757 Washington & Lee swing (Trad.) 45-5650 LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10758 Goodbye, Liza Jane (Trad.) LP-787
(Instrumental)

K 10759 Birth of the blues (DeSylva-Brown-Henderson) LP-787
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-electric g; Sid Campbell-g



19610425

25 April 1961, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 10760 Flop eared mule (Trad.) LP-787
(Instrumental)

K 10761 The world is waiting for the sunrise (Lockhart-Seitz) LP-787
(Instrumental)

K 10762 Ho-dancin' bully of the town (Trad.) LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10763 Buffalo gal (Trad.) LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10764 Speedin' (John Hardy) (Trad.) LP-776
(Instrumental)

K 10765 Sweet thing (Buddy Starcher) LP-794
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10766 I'm just a used-to-be to you (Bill Monroe) LP-776
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10767 That moon is no stopping place for me (Bill Franklin) 45-5554 LP-932
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10768 Higher (Reno-Smiley) 45-5583 LP-932
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10769 Jimmie caught the Dickens (pushing Ernest in the Tubb) (Reno-Haney-Easter) 45-5537 LP-776
D. Reno-L

K 10770 Just doing rock and roll (Addis-Reno-Smiley) 45-5537 LP-932
D. Reno-L

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-electric g; Sid Campbell-g



19610605

5 June 1961, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 10844 Gettysburg recalled (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10845 Stonewall Brigade (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) KEP-474 LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10846 V.M.I.'S gallant hour (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10847 Battle of Atlanta (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) KEP-474 LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10848 Antietam (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T/recitation

K 10849 Shiloh (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
D. Reno-recitation

K 10850 Jeb's Black Horse Brigade (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
D. Reno-recitation

K 10851 Virginia's heritage (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-electric g; Sid Campbell-g, Ray Pennington-drums



19610606

6 June 1961, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 10852 Confederate flag (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10853 The first shot (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) KEP-474 LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10854 Lee's command (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10855 Appomattox (Don Reno-Dr. Albert J. Russo) KEP-474 LP-756
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10856 Are you waiting just for me? (Ernest Tubb) unissued SLP-485-498
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10857 Family Bible (Buskirk-Beeland-Gray) unissued SLP-485-498
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10858 Holiday religion (Long-Speca) 45-5554 LP-807
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 10859 You gotta be my baby (George Jones) LP-932
R. Reno-L

K 10860 Out behind the barn (Boudeleaux Bryant) unissued GT-4-0955-2
R. Reno-L

K 10861 Sweetheart you done me wrong (Bill Monroe-Lester Flatt) unissued SLP-485-498
D. Reno-L; R. Smiley-H; M. Magaha-H

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-electric g; Sid Campbell-g, Ray Pennington-drums



19611100

November 1961, Starday session for Red Allen & Frank Wakefield, Starday Sound Studio, Nashville, TN

ST 5106 Made up my mind SLP-343
R. Allen-V; F. Wakefield-V

ST 5107 Trouble around my door (Allen-Wakefield; Starday, BMI) 572 SLP-232
R. Allen-V; F. Wakefield-V

ST 5108 Thinking tonight of my blue eyes SEP-229 SLP-296
R. Allen-V; F. Wakefield-V

ST 5109 Bluegrass mandolin (Mountain strings) SLP-201
(Instrumental)

ST 5110 Will the circle be unbroken SLP-201
R. Allen-V; F. Wakefield-V

ST 5111 Beautiful blue eyes (Hill-York; Starday, BMI) 572 SLP-201
R. Allen-V; F. Wakefield-V

Harley 'Red' Allen-rhythm g; Frank Wakefield-m; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Robert Russell 'Chubby' Wise-f; John Palmer or Roy M. 'Junior' Huskey-sb



19620319

19 March 1962, Capitol session for Rose Maddox, Nashville, TN

[1.01] Uncle Pen (Bill Monroe) T-1799
Rose Maddox-L

[1.02] Footprints in the snow (Trad., arr. Rose Maddow) T-1799
Rose Maddox-L

[1.03] Blue moon of Kentucky (Bill Monroe) T-1799
Rose Maddox-L

[2.01] My rose of old Kentucky (Bill Monroe) T-1799
Rose Maddox-L

[2.02] Molly and Tenbrooks (Bill Monroe) T-1799
Rose Maddox-L

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; William Smith 'Bill' Monroe-m; Mac Magaha-f; Wayne Gailey-electric steel g; Thomas Lee 'Tommy' Jackson-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19620604

4 June 1962, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11226 Ten paces (Gertrude Doro-Donaldson-Kahn) 45-5673 SLP-485
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11227 Corinna, Corinna (Williams-Chatman-Parish) LP-932
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11228 Signed, sealed and delivered (Copas-Mann) unissued SLP-485
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11229 Country side of Heaven (where the bluegrass music flows) (Bill Brock) SLP-485
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11230 Row your boat (alternate version) (W. Jerome) SLP-485
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-g; Sid Campbell-g, Ray Pennington-drums



19620605

5 June 1962, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11232 Just about then (Ray Starr Pennington) 45-5772 LP-932
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11233 Greenback dollar (Bill Gray) LP-847
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11234 Little red school house (Smith-Dzurus) SLP-485
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11235 Everglades (Harlan Howard) 45-5673 LP-862
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11230-2 Row your boat (W. Jerome) GT4-0955-2
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11236 Garden in the sky (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-932
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-g; Sid Campbell-g, Ray Pennington-drums



19620918

18 September 1962, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11311 I'm jealous of you (Ray Starr Pennington) 45-5808 LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11312 Bouquet of roses (Nelson-Hillard) LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11313 It's a sin (Marvin) 45-5728 LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11314 Excuse me (I've got a heartache) (Harlan Howard-Buck Owens) LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[05] Honky tonk Heaven (Ray Starr Pennington) GT4-0955-2
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11315 Make believe Heaven (Ray Starr Pennington) LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11316 Only in a dream world (D. Reno-C. Basham) 45-5808 LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11317 Don't let temptation turn you 'round (C. Friend-F. Thompson) 45-5697 LP-813
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11318 Kansas City railroad blues (Traugott) LP-816
(Instrumental)

K 11319 I'll see it happen to you (Leslie York) 45-5697 LP-816
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11320 Grandfather's clock (Trad.) 45-5728 LP-816
(Instrumental)

K 11321 Black and white rag (George Botsford) 45-5905 LP-816
(Instrumental)

K 11322 Dill pickles (Trad.) 45-5905 LP-816
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-g; Sid Campbell-g, Ray Pennington-drums



19630000

1963, Pinecastle reissue of TV shows, unknown

[01] Love please come home (Leon Jackson) DVD-0102

[02] Down yonder DVD-0102
(Instrumental)

[03] In the pines (Trad.) DVD-0102

[04] Home sweet home (Bishop-Payne) DVD-0102
(Instrumental)

[05] Just over in the Gloryland DVD-0102

[06] I'm the talk of the town (Don Reno) DVD-0102

[07] I'm using my Bible for a road map (Reno-Shroeder; Lonat, BMI) DVD-0102

[08] I know you're married (Reno-Magaha; Lois, BMI) DVD-0102

[09] Barefoot Nellie (Reno-Davis) DVD-0102

[10] I wouldn't change you if I could (Jim Eanes) DVD-0102

[11] Nine lb. hammer (M. Travis) DVD-0102

[12] John Henry (Traditional) DVD-0102
(Instrumental)

[13] Ballad of Jed Clampett DVD-0102

[14] Bye bye blues (Hamm-Bennett-Lown-Gray) DVD-0102

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; [Carter Glen Stanley-g; Ralph Edmond Stanley-bj]



19630408

8 April 1963, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11486 Old rugged cross (Ennard) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11487 River of Jordan (Trad.) 45-5936 LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11488 Amazing grace (J. Newton-Wm. Walker) 45-5921 LP-853
(quartet); Red Smiley-BS

K 11489 Echoes from the burning bush (Trad.) 45-5936 LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11490 Jesus Savior, pilot me (E. Hopper-J. E. Gould) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; unknown-B

K 11491 Precious memories (J. B. Wright) LP-853
(quartet); S. Chapman-BS

K 11492 In the sweet bye and bye (Trad.) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11493 Mansion in the sky (Trad.) 45-5921 LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-g; Ray Pennington-drums



19630409

9 April 1963, King session, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11494 Rock of ages (Trad.) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11495 What a friend we have in Jesus (Converse-Wohfeil) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11496 Farther along (W. B. Stevens) LP-853
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; unknown-B

K 11497 Where we'll never grow old (J. C. Moore) LP-853
(quartet)

K 11498 Just a country banjo (Seeing Nellie home) (Trad.) 45-5937 LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11499 Keep your skillet good and greasy (Trad.) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11500 Pretty Polly (Trad.) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11501 Weeping willow tree (Hoepner-Clauser) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11502 Cripple Creek (F. Herron) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11503 Lady of Spain (Hargraves-Evans-Damerall-Tilsey) 45-5772 GT4-0955-2
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb; Steve Chapman-g; Ray Pennington-drums



19630603

3 June 1963, King session, Producer: Ray Starr, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11571 Dear old Dixie (L. Flatt-E. Scruggs) unissued SLP-485
(Instrumental)

K 11572 Nine pound hammer (M. Travis) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11573 Chinese breakdown (D. Wood) 45-5937 LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11574 My old Kentucky home (Stephen Foster) LP-861
(Instrumental)

K 11575 Yes sir, that's my baby (Donaldson-Kahn) unissued SLP-485
(Instrumental)

K 11576 Bill Bailey (Traditional) LP-861
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19630604

4 June 1963, King session, Producer: Ray Starr, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11577 It won't be like Christmas (Jim Eanes) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11578 Blue Christmas (Hayes-Johnson) LP-874
R. Smiley-L

K 11579 White Christmas (Berlin) unissued GT-2176
D. Reno-L

K 11580 Christmas doll (Jim Eanes) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11581 It came upon a midnight clear (Traditional) LP-874
D. Reno-sp; (Instrumental)

K 11582 Jingle bells (Traditional) LP-874
D. Reno-sp; (Instrumental)

K 11583 Silent night (Traditional) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-sp/T

K 11584 From the manger to the cross (Odell McLeod) unissued 485-498
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-sp/T

K 11585 Frosty the snowman (S. Nelson-J. Rollins) LP-874
Jeff Simmons-L

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; Steven Chapman-electric g; John D. Palmer-sb



19630605

5 June 1963, King session, Producer: Ray Starr, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 11586 Christmas time's a-coming (Tex Logan) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-sp/T

K 11587 Joy to the world (Traditional) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-sp/T

K 11588 Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer (Johnny Marks) unissued GT7-2176-2
Ronnie Reno-L

K 11589 Christmas reunion (D. Reno-R.S. Pennington) LP-874
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-sp/T

K 11590 The true meaning of Christmas (Traditional) LP-874
D. Reno-sp

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; Steven Chapman-electric g; John D. Palmer-sb



19630700

July 1963, Reissue of Stanley Brothers concert, Roanoke, Va.

[01] In the pines
C. Stanley-L; R. Stanley-T

[02] Home sweet home
(Instrumental)

[03] Over in the Gloryland
C. Stanley-L; R. Stanley-T; D. Reno-B; R. Smiley-BS

[04] Nine pound hammer
R. Reno-LV; 1st chorus: C. Stanley-L; R. Stanley-T; 2nd chorus: R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; 3rd chorus: C. Stanley-L; group sing-along by others

[05] John Henry
(Instrumental)

Carter Glen Stanley-g; Ralph Edmond Stanley-bj; Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald Wesley 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; Steven R. 'Steve' Chapman-g; John D. Palmer-sb



19630919

19 September 1963, Rural Rhythm session, Spartanburg, S.C.

[01] Love, o love, please come home MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Down yonder MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[03] In the pines MP-0108
C. Stanley-L; R. Stanley-T

[04] Home sweet home MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[05] Over in the gloryland MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Where is that chord MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[07] Bare foot Nellie MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[08] Nine pound hammer MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[09] John Henry MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[10] I wouldn't change you if I could MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[11] Panhandle country MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[12] Whispering hope (Alice Hawthorne) MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[13] Bill Bailey MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[14] Arkansas traveler MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[15] I'm using my Bible for a road map MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[16] I'm the talk of the town MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[17] Fisher's hornpipe MP-0108
(Instrumental)

[18] I know you're married MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[19] Ballad of Jed Clampett MP-0108
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[20] Patty on the turnpike MP-0108
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Steve Chapman-g; Mack Magaha-f; Carter Stanley-g [on 03 only]; Ralph Stanley-bj [on 03 only]



19640316

16 March 1964, King session, Producers: Hal Neely, Carlton Haney, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.,

K 11834 I don't blame you (Jim Scott) 45-5915 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11835 There ain't nobody gonna miss me (Lloyd Copas) 45-5915 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11836 Forever (Branch-Copas) 45-5935 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11837 Tragic romance (Grandpa Jones) 45-5935 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11838 Down in Nashville, Tennessee (Copas-Mann-Sturtz-King-Stewart) LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11839 Things are gonna be different (Copas-Stewart) 45-5875 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; Sid Campbell-rhythm g; John Palmer-sb



19640317

17 March 1964, King session, Producers: Hal Neely, Carlton Haney, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.,

K 11840 Sundown and sorrow (Frank-King) 45-6082 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11841 Too many teardrops (Lloyd Copas) 45-5875 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11842 It's enough to make anyone cry (Copas-E. Nelson, Jr.) LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11843 I can see that you're living a lie (Copas) 45-5927 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11844 The road of broken hearts (Zeb Turner) 45-5927 LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11845 Goodbye, sweetheart, goodbye (Copas) LP-914
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11846 Talking tribute to Cowboy Copas LP-914
R. Smiley-sp; D. Reno-sp

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; Sid Campbell-rhythm g; John Palmer-sb



19640601

1 June 1964, King session, Producers: Hal Neely, Carlton Haney, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.,

K 11894 Little mountain road (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-6010 LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11895 A lonely road when you're all alone (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-5938 LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11896 Brand new road (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11897 Blue is the way I feel (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11898 Open road (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-6010 LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11899 Cross roads (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19640602

2 June 1964, King session, Producers: Hal Neely, Carlton Haney, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.,

K 11900 I know your burdens are greater than mine (Pee Wee King) 45-5938 LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

K 11901 The last mile (Don Reno-Red Smiley) 45-6082 LP-911
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T; M. Magaha-B

K 11902 Roadrunner (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
(Instrumental)

K 11903 Jacknife-in' (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
(Instrumental)

K 11904 Interstate 81 (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
(Instrumental)

K 11905 Sandy road (Don Reno-Red Smiley) LP-911
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g [on 11845 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-sb



19640816

16 August 1964, Copper Creek reissue of live concert, Himmelreich's Grove, Womelsdorf, PA

[01] When you are lonely (Monroe-Flatt) CCLP-0106

[02] Orange Blossom Special (Rouse) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[03] If I should wander back tonight (C. Van Ness) CCLP-0106

[04] Grandfather's clock (Traditional) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[05] I wouldn't change you if I could (A. Smith) CCLP-0106

[06] Texas quickstep (Traditional) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[07] I'm blue, I'm lonesome (James B. Smith) CCLP-0106

[08] Panhandle country (Bill Monroe) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[09] Please remember that I love you (D. Reno-R. Smiley) CCLP-0106

[10] Lady of Spain (Tilsey-Hargraves-Damerall-Evans) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[11] Won't you kiss me one me more time (Pete Stamper) CCLP-0106

[12] Rocking on the waves (Traditional) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[13] Whispering hope (Alice Hawthorne) CCLP-0106

[14] Uncle Pen (Bill Monroe) CCLP-0106

[15] I know you're married (but I love you still) (Reno-Magaha) CCLP-0106

[16] Sweethearts in Heaven (Buck Owens) CCLP-0106

[17] Under the double eagle (Traditional) CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

[18] Theme CCLP-0106
(Instrumental)

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Mack Magaha-f; John D. Palmer-bs



19641100

Late November 1964, Dot session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, Charlotte, N.C.

MB 19472 Somewhere tonight (Don Reno) DLP-3617
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

MB 19473 It's only right that I should pay (Don Reno) DLP-3617

MB 19474 Military five string (Don Reno) 45-16693 DLP-3617
(Instrumental)

MB 19475 Silver threads among the gold (Traditional) DLP-3617

MB 19476 Soldier's joy hop (Don Reno) DLP-3617
(Instrumental)

MB 19477 Three finger hop (Don Reno) DLP-3617
(Instrumental)

MB 19478 Clear skies (Don Reno) DLP-3617

MB 19479 If I could hold you one more time (Don Reno) DLP-3617

MB 19480 Now I'm willing to give you my heart (Don Reno) 45-16693 DLP-3617

MB 19481 Lonesome hearted blues (Don Reno) DLP-3617

MB 19482 I know you're married (but I love you still) (Don Reno-Mack Magaha) DLP-3617

MB 19483 Charlotte breakdown (Don Reno) DLP-3617
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Chuck Haney-g; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Donald "Duck" Austin-bs



19650419

19-21 April 1965, Cabin Creek session with Benny Martin, Bradley's Barn, 722 Bender's Ferry Road, Mount Juliet, Tenn.

[01] Glory to His name CC-204

[02] Keep on the sunny side CC-204

[03] I'll live on CC-204

[04] The old rugged cross CC-204

[05] Hold fast to the right CC-204

[06] Little white church CC-204

[07] I heard my mother call my name in prayer CC-204

[08] The sweet bye & bye CC-204

[09] He will set your fields afire CC-204

[10] Lonesome valley CC-204

[11] I'll fly away CC-204

[12] What a friend we have in Jesus CC-204

[13] What would you give in exchange CC-204

[14] Hold to God's unchanging hand CC-204

[15] Take up thy cross CC-204

[16] Won't it be wonderful there CC-204

[17] That beautiful picture CC-204

[18] Swing low sweet chariot CC-204

[19] Where he leads me I will follow CC-204

[20] Chapel in the valley CC-204

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Benjamin Edward 'Benny' Martin-f; unknown-g; unknown-m; Bob Moore-sb



19651000

Fall 1965, Monument session, unknown

D11W 763 Soldier's prayer in Vietnam 45-912 MLP-8048

D11W 764 Five by eight 45-912 MLP-8048
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Benjamin Edward 'Benny' Martin-f; Bob Moore-sb; other personnel not known



19660000

1966, Sardis session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Salty dog Sardis 5012

[02] Lonesome road Sardis 5012

[03] You'll be rewarded over there Sardis 5012

[04] Faded love Sardis 5012

[05] Mule skinner blues Sardis 5012

[06] Sweethearts in Heaven Sardis 5012

[07] God gave you to me Sardis 5012

[08] I wish I could fall in love Sardis 5012

[09] Golden slippers Sardis 5012
(Instrumental)

[10] Nine pound hammer Sardis 5012

[11] Beer barrel polka Sardis 5012
(Instrumental)

[12] Mansion over the hilltop Sardis 5012

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Chuck Haney-g; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Ray Crisp-f; Jean Reno-accordion; Duck Austin-sb



19660200

February 1966, Monument session, Producer: Fred Foster, Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville, Tenn.,

E2W 800 Too bad that you're no good for me (F. Carter-R. E. Carter; Pamper Music, BMI) 45-931

E2W 801 You can't make a heel toe the mark (R. Pennington-D. Reno; Pamper Music, BMI) 45-931

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Benjamin Edward 'Benny' Martin-f; other personnel not known



19660300

March 1966, Monument session, Producer: Fred Foster, Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville, Tenn.

[01] I've been shuffled (Reno, Pennington) MLP-8048

[02] Since wedding bells have rung (Reno) MLP-8048

[03] Coffee cup (F. Carter, Jr.) MLP-8048

[04] Kiss me once again (Reno) MLP-8048

[05] Put it off until tomorrow (Owens, Parton) MLP-8048

[06] Water will seek its own level (Pennington) MLP-8048

[07] I ain't gonna walk your dog no more (Pennington) MLP-8048

[08] My church (J. Driftwood) MLP-8048

[09] Your mama didn't raise no idiot (Reno) MLP-8048

[10] Life is a toil (Paul Clayton) MLP-8048

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; other personnel not known



19660800

August 1966, Monument session, Producer: Fred Foster, Fred Foster Sound Studio, 319 17th Ave. North, Nashville, Tenn.

E8W 913 My mammy's Miss America, my daddy's Uncle Sam 45-966

E8W 914 I'm worried about me 45-966

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; other personnel not known



19670100

Early 1967, Rebel session, unknown

SoN 43681 Sunset hill F-268

SoN 43682 Flat tops a-pickin' F-268
(Instrumental)

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; other personnel not known



19670116

16-17 January 1967, Wango session, Producer: Ray Davis, Johnny's Used Cars, 4801 Harford Rd., Baltimore, MD

[01] Salty dog blues LP-113
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[12] Red wing (P. D.) LP-113
(Instrumental)

[02] Grey eagle hornpipe CD-111
(Instrumental)

[03] Little Maggie CD-111
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[07] I'm just here to get my baby out of jail LP-113
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[08] Back up and push LP-113
(Instrumental)

[05] Sunnyside of the mountain CD-111
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[15] Dreaming of a little cabin LP-113
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T/sp; R. Reno-B

[04] Down yonder LP-113
(Instrumental)

[06] Don't let your deal go down CD-111
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[09] Mary of the wild moor CD-111
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[10] Flop eared mule CD-111
(Instrumental)

[11] Darlin' little Joe CD-111
R. Reno-L; D. Reno-T

[13] Mom's faded old sunbonnet CD-111
D. Reno-L

[14] Old spinning wheel CD-111
(Instrumental)

[16] Silver threads among the gold CD-111

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Duck Austin-sb



19670200

ca. February 1967, Rural Rhythm session, Producers: Lee Sutton, Mac Wiseman, Akron, Oh.

[01] Under the double eagle RRDR-171
(Instrumental)

[02] I'm a man of constant sorrow RRDR-171

[03] Long journey home RRDR-171

[04] Red rockin' chair RRDR-171

[05] Hot corn, cold corn RRDR-171

[06] Footprints in the snow RRDR-171

[07] Gotta travel on RRDR-171

[08] Little pal RRDR-171

[09] Nine pound hammer RRDR-171
Ronnie Reno-L

[10] I don't love nobody RRDR-171
(Instrumental)

[11] Poor Ellen Smith RRDR-171

[12] The great speckled bird RRDR-171

[13] Limehouse blues RRDR-171
(Instrumental)

[14] Molly and Tenbrooks RRDR-171

[15] Whitehouse blues RRDR-171
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[16] When the roses bloom again RRDR-171
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[17] Nobody's business RRDR-171

[18] Dill pickle rag RRDR-171
(Instrumental)

[19] Keep on the sunny side RRDR-171

[20] Worried man blues RRDR-171
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19670400

ca. April 1967, Jalyn session, Engineer: Leon Turner, Commercial Sound

[01] I know you're married (Reno-Magaha; Lois, BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Bringing Mary home (Duffy-Kingston-Mank; Starday, BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[03] Devil's dream (P. D.) JLP-108
(Instrumental)

[04] Talk of the town (Reno; Lois, BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[05] Eating out of your hand (Harrell; Starday, BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Red Wing (P. D.) JLP-108
(Instrumental)

[07] Jesse James (P. D.) JLP-108
(Instrumental)

[08] Pretty Polly (P. D.) JLP-108
(Instrumental)

[09] White dove (Carter Stanley) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[10] I'm going back to old Kentucky (Monroe; Peer Int., BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[11] I'm so lonesome, I could cry (Hank Williams; Rose-Acuff, BMI) JLP-108
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[12] Rosewood casket (P. D.) JLP-108
(Instrumental)

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Fred Johnson-sb



19670500

May 1967, Derby Town session, Charlestown, Ind.

[01] Little Becky (Jake Kessinger-Ronnie Reno; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[02] Gold digger (Bill Harrell; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[03] The mighty dark monster (Kenny Sowder-Carl Dixon; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[04] The life of the party (Kenny Sowder-Jimmy Logsdon; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[05] Everybody's got a dream (Kenny Sowder; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

ZTSB 125297 Yellow pages (Jimmy Goodman-Jerry Fender; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[07] No one to kiss me goodnight (George Shuffler-Ronnie Reno; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[08] A dollar down (George Shuffler-Ronnie Reno; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[09] Black snake moan (George Shuffler; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[10] Empty arms (George Shuffler-Ronnie Reno; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

ZTSB 125298 Ex-Missus Jones (Jake Kessinger-Ronnie Reno; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

[12] The party's almost over (Kenny Sowder; Cuzz Pub., BMI) DTR-103

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19671101

1 November 1967, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12480 Heaven's treasure (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
Quartet

K 12481 Let me look at myself (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12482 Salvation is all I need (Ronnie Reno-George Shuffler) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12483 Walking in His likeness (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
D. Reno-LV/TC; B. Harrell-LC; G. Shuffler-BS

K 12484 Mother and daddy are gone (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12485 God's Bible is your guide (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g [on 12485 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19671102

2 November 1967, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12486 Stepping stones to glory (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T; G. Shuffler-BS

K 12487 Give the world a sunny smile (George Shuffler) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T; G. Shuffler-BS

K 12488 Don't judge (George Shuffler) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12489 Old log cabin (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12490 I'm just a little old fashioned (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12491 My mother's child (Bill Harrell) KLP-1029
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g [on 12491 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19671103

3 November 1967, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12495 Big train (Ronnie Reno) KLP-1033

K 12496 You give me your love, I'll give you mine (J. Buchanan- G. Shuffler-V. Clements) KLP-1033
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12497 Sassy fiddle (V. Clements) KLP-1033
(Instrumental)

K 12498 Reno and Shuffler hornpipe (G. Shuffler-R. Reno) KLP-1033
(Instrumental)

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19671218.1

18 December 1967, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12520 Mr. Bottle (R. Reno-G. Shuffler) KLP-1033

K 12521 Just a phone call will do (R. Reno-G. Shuffler) KLP-1033
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12522 The Path that leads me home (R. Reno-G. Shuffler) KLP-1033
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12523 Welcome home (R. Reno-G. Shuffler) KLP-1033
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/12-string g [on 12523 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19671218.2

18 December 1967, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12524 I told (B. Harrell-G. Shuffler) KLP-1033

K 12525 Where is Jones (Bill Harrell) KLP-1033
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12526 Twelve string time (R. Reno) KLP-1033
(Instrumental)

K 12527 All the way to Reno (R. Reno) KLP-1033
(Instrumental)

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/12-string g [on 12525-12526]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19680625.1

25 June 1968, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12686 Oak Grove Church (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068

K 12687 My redeemer lives again (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12688 Another daddy gone wrong (Don Reno-J. Buchanan; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T/sp

K 12689 When they crucified Jesus (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12690 My god's highway (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12691 I'm using my Bible for a roadmap (Reno-Shroeder; Lonat, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g [on 12689 only]; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; Norman Keith 'Buddy' Spicher-f; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19680625.2

25 June 1968, King session, Producer: Louis Innis, King Recording Studio, 1540 Brewster Ave., Cincinnati, Oh.

K 12692 I want to be a Christian soldier (Don Reno-George Shuffler; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12693 If I never wake again (I'll be in Glory Land) (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12694 Anchored in Jesus (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12695 A pretty wreath for mother's grave (Don Reno; Lonat, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12696 For the Bible tells me so (Bill Harrell-George Shuffler; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

K 12697 The night I got saved (Don Reno; Lois, BMI) KSD-1068
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-rhythm g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g [on 12695-12697]; James Delbert 'Jimmy' Buchanan-f; Vassar Carlton Clements-f; Norman Keith 'Buddy' Spicher-f; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19680728

28-29 July 1968, Rebel session with Eddie Adcock, Producer: Charles R. Freeland, Roy D. Homer Associates, Clinton, Md.

[01] Turkey in the straw (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[02] Down yonder (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[03] The waltz you saved for me (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[04] Liza Jane (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[05] Little old cabin in the lane (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[06] Swanee River (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[07] Bye bye blues (Hamm-Bennett-Lown-Gray) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[08] Bully of the town (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[09] Shanty in old Shanty Town (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[10] Lonesome road blues (Arr. Adcock & Bucke; Zap Publishing Co., BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[11] Banjo riff (Don Reno; Louis, BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

[12] Speeding west (West; BMI) SLP-1482
(Instrumental)

Edward Windsor 'Eddie' Adcock-bj; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; other personnel not known



19680800

Summer 1968, Jalyn session, Producer: Jack Lynch, Dayton, Oh.

[01] Wabash Cannon Ball (A.P. Carter) JLP-119

[02] Down in the willow garden (P.D.) JLP-119

[03] She's my baby (P.D.) JLP-119
(Instrumental)

[04] The wondering boy (P.D.) JLP-119
(Instrumental)

[05] Kentucky (C. Davis) JLP-119

[06] Black Mountain rag (P.D.) JLP-119
(Instrumental)

[07] Philadelphia lawyer (W. Guthrie) JLP-119

[08] In memory of Carter Stanley (Jack Lynch) JLP-119

[09] Going across the sea (P.D.) JLP-119
(Instrumental)

[10] The letter edged in black (P.D.) JLP-119

[11] Ruby (Emmy; Acuff, Rose) JLP-119

[12] Walk on boy (P.D.) JLP-119

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; George Saunders Shuffler-sb



19710000.1

1971, Rural Rhythm session for Buck Ryan, Producer: Dick Unteed, Akron, Oh.

[01] Good bye Liza Jane RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[02] Chicks waltz RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[03] Natural bridge blues RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[04] I saw your face in the moon RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[05] Kansas City railroad blues RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[06] Kingdom coming RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[07] Stomping with Reno RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[08] Whispering RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[09] Fiddling around RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[10] Red's Virginia waltz RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[11] Love somebody RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[12] Lee Highway blues RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[13] Mary's melody RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[14] Ryan's stomp RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[15] South sea sweetheart RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[16] Indian Creek RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[17] In the pines RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[18] Ryan's polka RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[19] Blackberry blossom RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

[20] Hog trough reel RRBR-244
(Instrumental)

Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g; Jim Ebert-piano; Tom Kiley-steel g; Jerry McCoury-sb; Bob Finkes-drums



19710000.2

1971, Wango session, Wango Studios, Baltimore, Md.

[01] There'll come a time LP-111

[02] Rosewood casket LP-111

[03] Seven years blues LP-111

[04] Silver haired daddy (of mine) LP-111

[05] Sweeter than the flowers LP-111

[06] Speak to me, little darling LP-111

[07] Tell me why my daddy don't come home LP-111

[08] Letter edged in black LP-111

[09] That little kid sister of mine LP-111

[10] Wreck of the old 97 LP-111
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[11] The last letter (Rex Griffin) LP-111

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Jerry McCoury-sb



19710518.1

18 May 1971, Rome session, Producers: Dick Unteed, Casey Casebolt, Ray Davis Studio, Glen Burnie, Md.

ARP 1399 Highway 52 (Dave Evans) R-1009 R-1011
(Instrumental)

[02] True or false (Reno-Smiley) R-1011

[03] Mule skinner blues (Jimmie Rodgers) R-1011

[04] Flowers are like people (Reno-Smiley) R-1011

[05] Riverdale flash (Reno-Smiley) R-1011
(Instrumental)

[06] Somewhere someday again (Reno-Smiley) R-1011

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Jerry McCoury-sb



19710518.2

18-19 May 1971, Wango session, Producers: Dick Unteed, Casey Casebolt, Ray Davis Studio, Glen Burnie, Md.

[01] I've just got to see you once more LP-113
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Just a message LP-113
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[03] I'm troubled in mind LP-113
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[04] Each minute seems a million years CD-111
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[05] Oh how I miss you CD-111
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Remember me CD-111
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[07] What a friend we have in Jesus CD-111
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Jerry McCoury-sb



19710519

19 May 1971, Rome session, Producers: Dick Unteed, Casey Casebolt, Ray Davis Studio, Glen Burnie, Md.

[01] A dime looks like a wagon wheel (Reno-Smiley) R-1011

[02] Emotions (Don Reno) R-1011

[03] Buck Ryan rag (Buck Ryan) R-1011
(Instrumental)

ARP 1400 Soldier's last letter (Stewart Tubb) R-1011

[05] Shine hallelujah shine (Monroe) R-1011

[06] Could I stop loving you? (Reno-Smiley) R-1011

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Jerry McCoury-sb



19710700

July 1971, Atteiram reissue of live concert, Recorded by: Dave Heath, KERA-FM, Dallas, Tex., Lone Star Festival, McKinney, Tex.,

[01] Trail of sorrow API-1556

[02] Lee hi-way blues API-1556
(Instrumental)

[03] Bringing Mary home API-1556
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[04] Charlotte breakdown API-1556
(Instrumental)

[05] Cheap love affair API-1556

[06] Help me make it through the night API-1556

[07] Where did the young years go (Jack Rhodes) API-1556

[08] He'll set your fields on fire API-1556

[09] Encore: Set your fields on fire API-1556

[10] Tally ho API-1556

[11] Green mountain hop API-1556
(Instrumental)

[12] Applause API-1556

Arthur Lee 'Red' Smiley-g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Jerry McCoury-sb



19720600

June 1972, Starday session, Producer: Hal Neely, Starday Studios, Nashville, Tenn.

ST 9346 Sweet Miss Sarah Jane (Ray Buzzeo; Blackwood Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-H; Wendy Thatcher-H; Gordon Terry-H

ST 9347 1500 miles away from home (Smokey Green; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-H; Wendy Thatcher-H; Gordon Terry-H

ST 9348 Bluegrass on my mind (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; Wendy Thatcher-H

ST 9349 A gift of love (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

ST 9350 Down yonder (L. Wolfe Gilbert; Peer, BMI) SLP 481-498
(Instrumental)

ST 9351 Bye bye blues (Arr. Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
(Instrumental)

ST 9352 Truck stop boogie (Don Reno-Eddie Adcock) ST-952
(Instrumental)

ST 9353 Where there's smoke there's fire (Don Reno; Fort Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

ST 9354 Don't you know I love you Charlie Brown (Don Reno; Fort Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

ST 9355 I couldn't win (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

ST 9356 I'm afraid my darlin's gone (Reno-Monroe; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SLP 481-498
D. Reno-LV/TC; B. Harrell-LC

ST 9357 I'll fly away (Brumley; A. E. Brumley & Sons, SESAC) SLP 481-498
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T; Wendy Thatcher-H; Gordon Terry-H

ST 9358 Maiden's prayer (Bob Wills; Hill & Range, BMI) SLP 481-498
(Instrumental)

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ellis Padgett-sb



19721100

November 1972, King session, Producers: Charlie Dick, Tommy Hill, Starday Recording Studio, 3557 Dickerson Road, Nashville, Tenn.

[01] Grey eagle CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[02] Polka on the guitar CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[03] Lady Hamlet CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[04] Italian waltz CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[05] Guitar medley in G CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[06] Old spinning wheel in the parlor CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[07] Hot rize flour medley CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[08] Turkey in the straw CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[09] Rocking alone in an old rocking chair CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[10] Dixie medley CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[11] Peacock rag CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[12] I like mountain music CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[13] Ranger's waltz CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[14] Train medley CD-5115
(Instrumental)

[15] Tarnation CD-5115
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-lead g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Buck Ryan-f; [overdubbed in 1999: Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-g; Dale Reno-m; Don Wayne Reno-bs]



19730102

2 January 1973, Wango session with Charlie Moore, Producer: Ray Davis, Ray Davis Studio, Glen Burnie, Md.

[01] Ridin' on that midnight train LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Why not confess? LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[03] As long as I live LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[04] I wonder where you are tonight LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[05] It's mighty dark to travel LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Highway of sorrow LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[07] Love please come home LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[08] The quilting party LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[09] Darlin' Nellie Gray LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[10] Remember me LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[11] As long as I live LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[12] The picture on the wall LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[13] I dreamed I searched Heaven for you LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[14] Keep on the firing line LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

[15] From the manger to the cross LP-112
C. Moore-L; D. Reno-T

Charles Benjamin 'Charlie' Moore-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-g; Jimmy Arnold-bj; Larry Jefferson-m; Johnny Dacus-f; Henry Dockery-bs



19731000

October 1973, King Bluegrass session, Producer: Robert Trout, Lemco Studios, Lexington, Ky.

[01] Eatin' out of your hand (Bill Harrell) KB-526
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[02] I know you're married but I love you still (Don Reno) KB-526
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[03] Katy Hill (arr. Don Reno) KB-526
(Instrumental)

[04] Black diamond (Bernie Faulkner) KB-526

[05] Cora's gone (arr. Flatt & Scruggs) KB-526

[06] Love please come home (Leon Jackson) KB-526
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[07] Will there be sweethearts in heaven (Buck Owens) KB-526

[08] Tally ho! (Don Reno) KB-526

[09] Today has been a lonesome day (Delmore Brothers) KB-526

[10] Alabama bound (arr. Don Stover) KB-526

[11] Green Mountain top (Don Reno) KB-526
(Instrumental)

[12] He will set your fields on fire (Ballew and Brackett) KB-526

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ed Ferris-sb



19740200

ca. February 1974, King Bluegrass session, Producer: Robert Trout, Lemco Studios, Lexington, Ky.

[01] Shenandoah River (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Dixie breakdown (Don Reno) KB-528
(Instrumental)

[03] Mountain road (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[04] The Beech nut tree (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[05] Talk of the town (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[06] Let the savior in (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[07] One track mind (Bill Harrell, R. Self) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[08] The Whippoorwill song (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[09] Over the river (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[10] Cripple Creek (arr. Reno) KB-528
(Instrumental)

[11] Love is a stranger (Bill Harrell) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[12] My old log cabin (Don Reno) KB-528
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ed Ferris-sb; Raymond McLain-bj [on 01-03, 10]



19750000

1975, King Bluegrass session, Producer: Robert Trout, Lemco Studios, Lexington, Ky.

[01] Everybody's something they're not (Bill Harrell, Don Barber) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Unwanted love (Reno, Leftwich, Smiley) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[03] Banjo signal (Don Reno) KB-540
(Instrumental)

[04] Shackles and chains (Mac Wiseman) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[05] Blue bird singing KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T; Dale Reno-V

[06] Oak Grove church (Don Reno) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[07] Two bricks short of a load (Don Reno) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[08] When the saints go marchin' in KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[09] Gray eagle hornpipe KB-540
(Instrumental)

[10] You're no longer a sweetheart of mine (Reno, Smiley, Swift) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[11] I've lost some battles but I've finally won the war (Jake Kissenger) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[12] I wouldn’t change you if I could (Jim Eanes) KB-540
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ed Ferris-sb



19750300

March 1975, Monument session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] The catfish song PZ-33804

[02] Choking the strings PZ-33804
(Instrumental)

[03] Please remember that I love you PZ-33804

[04] Contentment PZ-33804

[05] Little fox fire PZ-33804

[06] Under the double eagle PZ-33804
(Instrumental)

[07] Bi-centennial PZ-33804

[08] Three string guitar PZ-33804
(Instrumental)

[09] Emotions PZ-33804

[10] Little soldier and his band PZ-33804

[11] If you don't stand for something (you'll fall for anything) PZ-33804

[12] A pretty wreath for mother's grave PZ-33804

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ed Ferris-sb; Arthur Smith-f [07 only]/db [08 only]/m [09 only]



19750523

23 May 1975, Rebel issue of live recordings, Producer: Charles R. Freeland, Bluegrass Festival at the Old Stanley Homeplace, McClure, Va.

[01] Eatin' out of your hand (Harrell) SLP-1554-55
B. Harrell-L

[02] Record commercial (Harrell) SLP-1554-55
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[03] Mama don't allow SLP-1554-55
D. Reno-L

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj;



19750800

August 1975, Wango issue of live recording, Gloryland Park, Bear, Del.

[01] I'm coming back but I don't know when LP-113
C. Monroe-L; D. Reno-T

[02] Beyond the sunset CD-111
D. Reno-LV/TC; B. Harrell-LC; Dale Reno-H

Charlie Monroe-g; George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Ed Ferris-sb



19760000.1

1976, CMH session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Dear old Dixie CMH-6201
(Instrumental)

[02] One morning in May CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[03] It's a long, long way from the bottom CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[04] Hobo's story CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[05] Please keep remembering CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[06] At last I'm free CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[07] Where would our flowers grow? CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[08] B. G. chase CMH-6201
(Instrumental)

[09] The winds blew across the wild moor CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[10] Make believe (you didn't set me free) CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

[11] Into these hills CMH-6201
Bill Harrell-V; Don Reno-V

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Clay Smith-g; Ed Ferris-sb



19760000.2

1976, CMH session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Charlotte breakdown (D. Reno) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[02] Just a phone call will do (D. Reno-G. Shuffler) CMH-9003

[03] Bringin' in the Georgia mail (F. Rose) CMH-9003
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[04] Little Rock getaway (J. Sullivan) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[05] The Lord's last supper (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[06] I'm using my Bible for a roadmap (Charles Schroeder-Don Reno) CMH-9003
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[07] Reno ride (B. Norman-D. Reno-L. Mann) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[08] Talk of the town (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[09] Long gone (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[10] Gold digger (B. Harrell) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[11] Country boy rock 'n' roll (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[12] I know you're married (but I love you still) (D. Reno-M. Magaha) CMH-9003
B. Harrell-L; D. Reno-T

[13] Dixie breakdown (D. Reno-J. Lunseford) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[14] I couldn't win (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[15] He's coming back to Earth again (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[16] Remington ride (H. Penny-H. Remington) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[17] Don't let your sweet love die (V. Ness-Manners) CMH-9003

[18] Trail of sorrow (D. Reno) CMH-9003

[19] Limehouse blues (D. Furber-P. Braham) CMH-9003
(Instrumental)

[20] My mother's Bible (D. Reno) CMH-9003

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Clay Smith-g; Arthur Smith-g/db; Ed Ferris-sb



19770000.1

1977, CMH session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Home in the mountains CMH-6216

[02] Miss Elsie's place CMH-6216

[03] Follow the leader CMH-6216
(Instrumental)

[04] pretty angel tree CMH-6216

[05] If today was tomorrow CMH-6216

[06] Banjo Bill CMH-6216
(Instrumental)

[07] I want to go back to the mountains CMH-6216

[08] A Walking catfish CMH-6216

[09] Once in a while CMH-6216

[10] Booked in advance CMH-6216

[11] Going back to church with mama CMH-6216

George William 'Bill' Harrell-g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Clay Smith-g; Arthur Smith-g/db; Ed Ferris-sb



19770000.2

1977, CMH session, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Are you missing me? (Ira Louvin-Charlie Louvin) CMH-6222

[02] Redeliverance (A. Smith-D. Reno) CMH-6222
(Instrumental)

[03] It's grand to have someone to love you (D. Reno) CMH-6222

[04] Memphis five string (A. Smith) CMH-6222
(Instrumental)

[05] If tears could unlock prison doors (R. Moody) CMH-6222

[06] Mountaineer's farewell (D. Reno) CMH-6222
(Instrumental)

[07] Ridgerunner (D. Reno) CMH-6222
(Instrumental)

[08] Faded old sunbonnet (D. Reno) CMH-6222

[09] Somebody left another young'un at our house (M. Butler-A. Smith) CMH-6222

[10] Nova Scotia sleigh ride (M. Christian) CMH-6222
(Instrumental)

[11] Just one teardrop and one step away (H. Saul) CMH-6222

[12] Down that last lonesome highway (M. Christian) CMH-6222

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g; Don Wayne Reno-bj; Arthur Smith-g; Dale Reno-m; Buck Ryan-f; Bonny Beverley-f; Ed Ferris-sb



19790000.1

1979, CMH session with Arthur Smith, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.,

[01] Sheik of Araby (Wheeler-H. B. Smith-Snyder) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[02] Over the rainbow (E. Y. Harburg-H. Arlen) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[03] After you've gone (H. Creamer-T. Layton) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[04] Follow me boogie (A. Smith) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[05] Hello Dolly (J. Herman) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[06] Pennsylvania rock (L. Lee-Z. Manners) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[07] Five foot two, eyes of blue (J. Young-R. Henderson-S. H. Lewis) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[08] Yellow bird (A. Bergman-M. Keith-N. Luboff) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[09] Chicken (A. Smith) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[10] Cabaret (F. Ebb-J. Kander) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[11] Bye bye blues (B. Lown-C. Gray-D. Bennett-F. Hamm) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

[12] 12th Street rag (A. Razaf-E. L. Bowman) CMH-6234
(Instrumental)

Arthur Smith-lead g; Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Clay Smith-rhythm g; David Floyd-bs; Paul Collier-drums



19790000.2

1979, CMH session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Singin' on the mountain (D. Reno) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

[02] Sweethearts in heaven (B. Owens) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; B. Beverly-V

[03] Skyline drive (D. Reno) CMH-6240
(Instrumental)

[04] What can I say (S. Wilson- D. Barber) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

[05] The Closest thing to heaven (M.S. Elias) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

[06] Daddy was a hard working man (S. Wilson) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

[07] Foggy Mountain rock (L. Certain-B. Graves-G. Stacey) CMH-6240
(Instrumental)

[08] Don't say goodbye if you love me (J. Davis-B. Dodd) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

[09] Take me along for the ride (W. Carson-R. Reno) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; B. Beverly-V

[10] Cincinnati rag (M. Christian) CMH-6240
(Instrumental)

[11] My arms are empty and cold (S. Wilson-D. Barber) CMH-6240
D. Reno-V; S. Beverly-V

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g; Don Wayne Reno-2nd bj; Bonny Beverly-g/2nd f; Dale Reno-m; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-f; Arthur Smith-bs



19800000

1980, CMH session, Producer: Arthur Smith, Arthur Smith Studio?, 5407 Old Monroe Road, Charlotte, N.C.

[01] Riverdale flash (A. Smiley-Don Reno; New Rome Music, BMI) CMH-9023
Don Reno-L/H; Bonny Beverly-L/H; Buck Ryan-L/H

[02] Somewhere tonight (Don Reno; Clay Music Corp./Painted Desert Music, BMI) CMH-9023
Don Reno-L/H; Bonny Beverly-L/H; Buck Ryan-L/H

[03] Mansion on the hill (Fred Rose-Hank Williams; Milene Music, ASCAP) CMH-9023
Don Reno-L/H; Bonny Beverly-L/H; Buck Ryan-L/H

[04] Take your shoes off, Moses (J. D. Jarvis; Weldee Music Co./Spangle Music, BMI) CMH-9023
D. Reno-L/H; B. Beverly-L/H; B. Ryan-L/H

[05] Feudin' banjos (A. Smith; Combine Music Corp., BMI) CMH-9023
(Instrumental)

[06] I love you because (L. Payne; Fred Rose Music, Inc., BMI) CMH-9023
Don Reno-L/H; Bonny Beverly-L/H; Buck Ryan-L/H

[07] Banjo signal (A. Smiley-Don Reno; Fort Knox Music Co., BMI) CMH-9023
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/g; Don Wayne Reno-2nd bj/bs; Bonny Beverly-g/2nd f; Steve Wilson-db; Arnold 'Buck' Ryan-bs



19830000.1

1983, Windy Ridge session, Unknown

[01] Bare foot Nellie WR-1002
R. Smiley-L; D. Reno-T

[02] It's a sin WR-1002

[03] Calypso hornpipe WR-1002
(Instrumental)

[04] Sing an old fashioned song WR-1002

[05] Orange Blossom Special WR-1002
(Instrumental)

[06] I never get to hold you in my arms anymore WR-1002

[07] Silver bells WR-1002

[08] A little child will lead us WR-1002

[09] Let's live for tonight WR-1002

[10] Tarnation WR-1002

[11] I wish I'd never met you darling WR-1002

[12] Give the world a sunny smile WR-1002

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-g; Don Wayne Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m



19830000.2

1983, Reader's Digest session with Bobby Thompson, Nashville, Tenn.?

[07] The Wabash Cannonball 096-D
(Instrumental)

[09] Jesse James / She'll be comin' around the mountain 096-D
(Instrumental)

[10] This land is your land 096-D
(Instrumental)

[12] Dueling banjos 096-D
(Instrumental)

[08] George Cohen medley 096-D
(Instrumental)

[05] Under the double eagle 096-D
(Instrumental)

[04] Guitar boogie 096-D
(Instrumental)

[03] The ballad of Jed Clampett 096-D
(Instrumental)

[02] Cripple Creek 096-D
(Instrumental)

[01] Foggy Mountain breakdown 096-D
(Instrumental)

[11] Old Joe Clark 096-D
(Instrumental)

[06] Rocky Top 096-D
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Robert Clark 'Bobby' Thompson-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-bj; Don Wayne Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Kenny Malone-drums



19831100

November 1983, Kaleidoscope session, Producer: Tom Stern, Harbor Sound, Sausalito, Calif.

[01] Your love is dying (Martin) F-34

[02] No longer a sweetheart of mine (Reno, Smiley, Swift) F-34

[03] Clear skies (Reno) F-34

[04] Lonesome wind blues (Raney) F-34

[05] Chokin' the strings (Reno) F-34
(Instrumental)

[06] Freight train boogie (Scott, Nabor) F-34

[07] I'm the talk of the town (Reno) F-34

[08] John Hardy (P.D.) F-34

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj/lead g; Byron Berline-f; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-g; Tony Rice-g; Dale Reno-m; Don Wayne Reno-bs



19840000

1984, Step One session, Producers: Ronnie Reno, Ray Pennington, Reflections Studio, Nashville, Tenn.

[01] Drifting with the tide (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SOR-0010

[02] Whispering (Trad.) SOR-0010

[03] Tennessee ride (Karen & Boyce Edwards; Shady Dell Music, BMI) SOR-0010
(Instrumental)

[04] Limehouse blues (Trad.) SOR-0010
(Instrumental)

[05] I wouldn't change you if I could (Arthur Smith-Paul Jones; Peer Int'l., BMI) SOR-0010

[06] Charlotte breakdown (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SOR-0010
(Instrumental)

[07] Emotions (Don Reno; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SOR-0010

[08] The world is waiting for the sunrise (Trad.) SOR-0010

[09] Don't cheat in our home town (Ray Pennington-Roy Marcum; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SOR-0010

[10] Dueling banjos (Don Reno-Arthur Smith; Ft. Knox Music, BMI/Combine Music Corp., BMI) SOR-0010
(Instrumental)

[11] I know you're married (Don Reno-Mac Magaha; Ft. Knox Music, BMI) SOR-0010

[12] Blue and lonesome (Bill Monroe; Peer Southern, BMI) SOR-0010

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-g; Don Wayne Reno-bj; Dale Reno-m; Ron Elliott-steel g/db; Rob Hajacos-f; Bonny Beverly-f; David Smith-bs; Joe Roden-drums



19840300

March 1984, Kaleidoscope session, Producer: Tom Stern, Harbor Sound, Sausalito, Calif.

[01] Sawin' on the strings (Compton) F-34

[02] Country boy rock and roll (Reno) F-34

[03] East bound freight train (Jones) F-34

[04] I want to know (Reno, Smiley, Martin) F-34
D. Reno-V; Dale Reno-H; D. W. Reno-H

[05] Dixie breakdown (Reno) F-34
(Instrumental)

Donald Wesley 'Don' Reno-bj; Tom Stern-bj [05 only]; Ronald W. 'Ronnie' Reno-m; Dale Reno-m; David Shapiro-lead g [04-05 only]; Byron Berline-f; Don Wayne Reno-bs



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