Texas Plains – Rex Allen Jr
Cowboy Blues – Gene Autry
Sons of the Pioneers Trios as they Changed Over Time(1930s – 1976)
When it’s Night Time in Nevada – Sons of the Pioneers in the 1930s fea Roy Rogers soloing (w Tim & Bob completing the trio). Roy left, Lloyd joined
He’s Gone up the Trail – Sons of the Pioneers fea Lloyd soloing (w Tim & Bob). Lloyd went into the armed services during WW 2 & was replaced by Ken Carson
There’s a New Moon Over My Shoulder - Sons of the Pioneers fea Ken Carson replacing Lloyd (w Tim & Bob)
You’ll be Sorry When I’m Gone - Sons of the Pioneers fea Tim (w Carson & Nolan). Tim retired in 1949 & was replaced by Ken Curtis
Mexicali Rose – Sons of the Pioneers fea Ken Curtis
Riders in the Sky (A Cowboy Legend) – Sons of the Pioneers fea Bob Nolan. Nolan retired soon after the group made this record, and he was replaced by Tommy Doss
Hillbilly Wedding in June – Bob Nolan & Tommy Doss
Outlaws – Sons of the Pioneers fea Tommy Doss. Dale Warren replaced Ken Curtis late in 1952.
Over the Santa Fe Trail - Sons of the Pioneers fea Dale Warren, 1956. RCA brought back Nolan, Perryman & Curtis in the mid- 50s
Hasta la Vista – Sons of the Pioneers 1957 w Nolan, Perryman & Curtis
I Still Do – Sons of the Pioneers w Lloyd, Tommy Doss & Dale Warren, 1963
Song of the Land I Love – Sons of the Pioneers including Bill Cole with Dale Warren & Lloyd Perryman (recorded late in ’68)
Yippi-Yi Your Troubles Away - Sons of the Pioneers from a tv appearance in 1970. Fiddler Billy Armstrong was part of the trio w Dale & Lloyd.
When Payday Rolls Around - Sons of the Pioneers from 1976. The trio at the time was Rusty Richards, Dale Warren & Lloyd Perryman.
Sons of the Pioneers Trios as they Changed Over Time, part 2 (1982 – 2012)
Cimarron (Roll On) - Sons of the Pioneers 1982, the trio was Dale, Rusty & Luther Nallie
Carry Me Back to the Lone Prairie – Sons of the Pioneers 1982, the trio was Dale, Rusty & Luther. Narration by Rusty, solo by Luther)
Cowboy Jubilee – Sons of the Pioneers early 90’s (trio is Dale, Luther & Gary LeMaster)
This Ain’t the Same old Range - Sons of the Pioneers fea Gary LeMaster 94 with the Dale Warren & John Nallie joining Gary in trio harmony
Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo – Sons of the Pioneers 1999. Dale Warren starts it off, Gary takes 2nd solo, lead singer John Nallie takes the 3rd solo and tenor Ken Lattimore takes the last solo.
Don’t Fence Me In – Sons of the Pioneers 09 The trio consisted of Luther Nallie singing baritone, Ken Lattimore singing tenor and Randy Rudd singing lead.
Ridin’ Down the Canyon – Sons of the Pioneers 2012 fea Randy Rudd with Luther Nallie & Ken Lattimore.
Musical interludes in “non-musical” B-Western films
Skies over California – The Georgia Crackers in a Durango Kid film, Desert Vigilante
Hi Thar Stranger – Eddie Dean & The King’s Men in Renegade Trail (Hoppy)
On the Strings of My Lonesome Guitar - Jimmy Wakely Trio in Stick to Your Guns (Hopalong Cassidy)
Get Along Bangtail – Ray Whitley & his Six Bar Cowboys from a Tim Holt film Cyclone on Horseback
Streets of Laredo – Ozie Waters & his Colo Rangers from Chas Starrett’s film, Phantom Valley
Streets of Laredo – Gene Autry ‘49
Western inspirational songs
Cowboy Camp Meetin’ – Sons of the Pioneers
Woodsman’s Prayer – The Reinsmen
Silver Spurs (on the Golden Stairs) - Gene Autry
The Touch of God’s Hand – Jimmy Wakely
The Master’s Call – Marty Robbins
Lord, You Made the Cowboy Happy –Ken Curtis
Roundup in the Sky – Cass County Boys fea Jerry Scoggins