Artist: Johnny Maddox Discography

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Dot Records (1953 – 1967)

10-inch LPs and 7-inch EPs

The 10" LP format was popular in the early and mid-1950s, but became less popular as the 12" LP took over. Like most record companies of the time, Dot issued 10" LPs until about 1955, when the bottom dropped out of 10" LP sales. The 7" extended play 45 rpm record was popular in the late 1950s, but by the early 1960s was dead. The stereo single lifetime lasted even shorter time. It began in early 1959 and was over by mid-1960.

The label on the 10 inch record series was maroon with silver printing. "Dot" in silver script above the center hole, "LONG 33 1/3 PLAY" and "DOT RECORDS, INC. * GALLATIN, TENNESSEE" at the bottom of the label.


Dot 100 Series (10-Inch LPs):
DLP-100  - Authentic Ragtime, 1898-1909 as played by Johnny MaddoxJohnny Maddox [1952]   Side A - At a Georgia Camp Meeting, Elite Syncopations, Sunflower Slow Drag and Porcupine Rag. Side B - Sleepy Sidney, African Pas', Smokey Mokes and Tickled to Death.

DLP-101 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [1953] Dot EP's 1000/1001 combined. St. Louis Tickle/Crazy Gone Rag/Hula Blues/I Get The Blues When It Rains/Memphis Blues/Alabama Jubilee/Sweet Georgia Brown/Dill Pickles

DLP-102 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [1953] Dot EP's 1002/1003 combined. San Antonio Rose/Bully Of The Town/My Mary/Under The Double Eagle/Star Dust/Piano Polka/Near You/Johnny Maddox Boogie

DLP-103 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [1953] Dot EP's 1004/1005 combined. Why Worry/Friday Night Stomp/Molly Darling/Listen To The Mocking Bird/Coconut Grove/My Little Grass Shack/Johnny Maddox Special/Sioux City Sue

DLP-104 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox - Souvenir Album Volume One [1953] - The Album consists of 2 x 7" vinyl 45's with four tracks each in a fold out hard cover sleeve. Disc 1: Johnny's Blues, Blue Danube, Twelfth Street Rag, Little Girl. Disc 2: Goodbye Girls, I'm Through, Sweet Leilani, The Honey Song, Alice Blue Gown.


Dot 1000 Series (7" Extended Play 45 rpm records with cardboard covers):

The first EPs issued by Dot used the maroon and silver label. Later, they used the black label common to their regular 45s. Each EP had four songs, two on each side. The series was discontinued in 1961.

DEP-1000 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] St. Louis Tickle/Crazy Bone Rag/Hula Blues/I Get The Blues When It Rains

DEP-1001 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Memphis Blues/Alabama Jubilee/Sweet Georgia Brown/Dill Pickles

DEP-1002 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] San Antonio Rose/Bully Of The Town/My Mary/Under The Double Eagle

DEP-1003 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Star Dust/Piano Polka/Near You/Johnny Maddox Boogie

DEP-1004 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Why Worry/Friday Night Stomp/Molly Darling/Listen To The Mocking Bird

DEP-1005 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Coconut Grove/My Little Grass Shack/Johnny Maddox Special/Sioux City Sue
 
DEP-1010 - Johnny Maddox at the Piano - Johnny Maddox [?] South Of The Border/Tippin' In/Hot Lips/Peg O' My Heart
 
DEP-1013 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Ida/School Days/Margie/Swanee River

DEP-1014 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Peggy O'Neil/Me And My Shadow/Shine/Angry

DEP-1015 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Blue Room/In A Shanty In Old Shanty Town/You Were Meant For Me/Should I

DEP-1016 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Moonlight And Roses/Baby Face/Tea For Two/Jealous

DEP-1017 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Hindustan/Carolina In The Morning/Tip Toe Through The Tulips/Avalon

DEP-1018 - Johnny Maddox - Johnny Maddox [?] Sheik Of Araby/Bye Bye Blackbird/Do You Ever Think Of Me/Ain't She Sweet
 
DEP-1026 - Johnny Maddox Plays Crazy Otto - Johnny Maddox [?] Crazy Otto/Eight Beat Boogie/Down Yonder/In the Mood

DEP-1044 - Ragtime Melodies - Johnny Maddox [1955] Johnny's Jump, Hawaiian Sunset, Sunrise Serenade, and 627 Stomp

DEP-1045 - 88 in Ragtime - Johnny Maddox [1955] Chicago Breakdown/Flaming Mamie/Seems Like Old Times/Bubbles In The Wind

DEP-1046 - Swing'n With Johnny - Johnny Maddox [1955] Hop Scotch Boogie, South of the Border, Waggashoe, Listen to that Dixie Band.

LPs 3000-3250/25000-25250

The first label on the 12 inch record series was the same as the label used on the 10 inch series, maroon with silver printing. "Dot" in silver script above the center hole, "LONG 33 1/3 PLAY" and "DOT RECORDS, INC. * GALLATIN, TENNESSEE" at the bottom of the label. After August 1956, the address was changed to "HOLLYWOOD 28, CALIF."

The original logo on the front of the albums was a circle with "Dot" in script and the record number both in the circle. This label and logo was used from 1955 to mid-1957, approximately DLP-3030. This changeover took place about the time that Randy Wood sold Dot to Paramount Pictures, in 1957.

In 1957, the label changed to the more familiar black label with silver print. A script "Dot" in yellow, red and blue is above the center hole. Around the bottom of the label is "DOT RECORDS, INC., HOLLYWOOD 28, CALIF. TRADEMARK REGISTERED IN U.S. PAT. OFF." This label was used unchanged from about 3031 in 1957 to at least DLP 25856 in 1968. Reissues of the early albums 3000- 3030 used the black label, also.

The stereo series used the same numbering sequence as the mono series, except the prefix was 25xxx instead of 3xxx. The first stereo albums were issued in 1958 at approximately 3123, although Dot subsequently reissued many earlier albums in rechanneled stereo, or re-recorded some for stereo in 1959.

DLP-3000 - Ragtime Melodies - Johnny Maddox [1955] Monaural only. Crazy Bone Rag/San Antonio Rose/My Little Grass Shack/Coconut Grove/Johnny Maddox Special/In the Mood/Learning/Eight Beat Boogie/Johnny's Boogie Blues/Josephine/Crazy Otto/Humoresque
 
DLP-3005 - Johnny Maddox Plays - Johnny Maddox [1956] Monaural only. Johnny' s Jump/Hawaiian Sunset/Sunrise Serenade/627 Stomp/Chicago Breakdown/Flaming Mamie/Seems Like Old Times/Hop Scotch Boogie/Waggashoe/Listen to That Dixie Band/South of the Border
 
DLP-3008 - Tap Dance Rhythms - Johnny Maddox [1956] Monaural only. Baby Face/Carolina In the Morning/Tea For Two/Me and By Shadow/Peggy O'Neil/Should I/Margie/Jealous/Bye Bye Blackbird/Ida/In a Shanty In Old Shanty Town School Days

D3P-3016 - King of Ragtime (a Japan import) Nickelodeon Tango, Red Hot Mama, Hello Aloha, and Bye Bye Blackbird.

Note: Black Dot label and new logo start approximately here.

Old Fashioned Love:- Johnny Maddox [1957] Old Fashioned Love, Some Of These Days, Oh You Beautiful Doll, Be My Little Baby Bumble Bee, A Good Man Is Hard To Find, You Made Me Love You, I Get The Blues When It Rains, Aba Daba Honeymoon, Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody, You Can't Get Lovin', Are You From Dixie, There's A Girl In The Heart Of Maryland, By The Light Of The Silvery Moon, By The Beautiful Sea, Chinatown My Chinatown, They're Wearing "Em HIgher In Hawaii, On The Beach At Waikiki, and Red Rose Rag.

DLP-3044 - King of Ragtime - Johnny Maddox [1957] Monaural only. Bye Bye Blackbird/Gimme a Little Kiss/I'm Looking Over a Four Leaf Clover/Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue/Ain't She Sweet/Baby Face/Red Hot Mama/Button Up Your Overcoat/Chicago/That Certain Party/Frankie and Johnny, Doodle Doo Doo

DLP-3063 - The Thirties In Ragtime - Johnny Maddox [1957] Monaural only. Happy Days Are Here Again/Somebody Else is Taking My Place/Sweet Jenny Lee/It's a Sin to Tell a Lie/Black- eyed Susan Brown/At the Codfish Ball/I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter/Sing, You Sinners/Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone/Hold Me/Is It True What They Say about Dixie/You're a Heavenly Thing/I Found a Million Dollar Baby

DLP-3067 - My Old Flames - Johnny Maddox [1957] Monaural only. Sweet Sue, Just You/Cecilia/Louise/My Washington Square/Mary Lou/Chloe/Margie/Georgia on My Mind

DLP-3108 - Ragtime Piano 1917-18 - Johnny Maddox [1958] Medley of: K-K-K-Katy, There's a Long Long Trail/plus 22 other 1917-18 songs

DLP-3122/25122 - Johnny Maddox Plays The Million Sellers - Johnny Maddox [1958] Originally issued in monaural only. Stereo version issued in 1959. Beer Barrel Polka/Paper Doll/Yellow Rose of Texas/Brokenhearted/My Happiness/Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh/Aba Daba Honeymoon/Oh/Whispering/Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody/You Always Hurt the One You Love/You Made Me Love You

DLP-3131/25131 - Dixieland Blues - Johnny Maddox [1959] Bluin' the Blues/Strut Miss Lizzie/Beale Street Blues/Wolverine Blues/Memphis Blues/Royal Garden Blues/St. Louis Blues/Friday Night Blues/Bow Wow Blues/Jelly Roll Blues/Basin Street Blues/Tishomingo Blues/Yellow Dog Blues

DLP-3198/25198 - Old Fashioned Love - Johnny Maddox [1959] Medley of: Old Fashioned Love, Good Man is Hard to Find/plus 17 others


LPs 3251-3500 (25251-25500)

By 1960, most of the album issues were done in both stereo and mono. The logo Dot used was usually the plain circle, but occasionally they used the more elaborate Dot/Paramount logo. There does not seem to be any consistency for this, as some albums have one logo on the front and the other on the back. All used the normal black Dot label, regardless of which logo was on the cover.

DLP-3289/25289 - Crazy Otto Piano - Johnny Maddox [1960] Old Piano Roll Blues/Sweet Georgia Brown/Ain't We Got Fun/Jealous/Down Yonder/Do You Ever Think of Me/Japanese Sandman/Bully of the Town/Melody in F and Barcarolle/Three O'clock in the Morning/When You're Smiling/California Here I Come

DLP-3314/25314 - Johnny Maddox Plays More Million Sellers - Johnny Maddox [1960] Heartaches/Peg O' My Heart/Harbor Lights/Marie/Third Man Theme/Glow Worm/Love Letters in the Sand/Humoresque/Red Wing/Sugar Blues/Indian Love Call/Rainbow

DLP-3321/25321 - The World's Greatest Piano Rolls Volume 1 - Johnny Maddox [1960] Rain/12th Street Rag/No Name Waltz/Hot Hands/Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue/Nola/Maple Leaf Rag/Darktown Strutters' Ball/Top Liner Rag/My Melancholy Baby/Society Blues/Umbrellas to Mend

DLP-3334 - Near You - Johnny Maddox [1960] Near You/Belinda's Blues/Lady in Red/Listen to the Mocking Bird/My Mary/Tip Toe Through the Tulips With Me/Pattona Rag/Piano Polka/Twilight Time/Under the Double Eagle/Smiles/Farewell to Thee

DLP-3378/25378 - Sabre Dance - Johnny Maddox and Paul Smith [1961] Asia Minor/Melody in F/Warsaw Concerto/Moon Love/Barcarolle/Sabre Dance/Ridi, Pagliacci/On the Trail/Don't You Know/Tonight We Love/Till the End of Time/Full Moon and Empty Arms

DLP-3476/25476 - Worlds Greatest Piano Rolls, Volume 2 - Johnny Maddox [1962] Baby Face/Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes/There's a Bunch of Klucks in the Ku Klux Klan/Dapper Dan/Wabash Blues/Sweet Georgia Brown/Red Hot Henry Brown/Get Out and Get Under the Moon/It's Hot - Leave It Alone/Fast Stuff Blues/Alley Rat Blues/Nothing Does Does

DLP-3477/25477 - Worlds Greatest Piano Rolls, Volume 3 - Johnny Maddox [1962] Birth of the Blues/Sunset Twist/Feelin' Down and Out Blues/Jefferson County Blues/Sugar Blues/Texas Wail/Black Bordered Letter/Back Water Blues/Everybody Mess Around/My Blue Heaven/Rough and Ready Rag/Get Hot Rag

DLP-3478/25478 - Worlds Greatest Piano Rolls, Volume 4 - Johnny Maddox [1962] Sneak Rag/Tennessee Centennial Rag/Take It Easy Rag/Keystone Kapers/Step Lively Rag/Southern Tantalizer Rag/Watermelon Rebels Rag/Rag Pickers Rag/Just a Gigolo/Happy Days are Here Again/Sweet Jennie Lee/Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone

DLP-3493/25493 - Ragtime Twenties - Johnny Maddox [1963] If You Knew Susie/Whispering/I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate/Charley My Boy/Yes, We Have No Bananas/Somebody Stole My Gal/You Tell Her I Stutter/I Wonder Where My Baby is Tonight/You'd Be Surprised/Someday Sweetheart/Charleston/Barney Google


LPs 25501-25852

The labels used during 1963-1968 were the same as had been used since 1957. There is some notation in collectors' books that a transition label was used with only the information on the bottom of the label changed, to "A Division of Paramount Pictures" on the bottom, but we have not seen this label. Indeed, we have seen albums with the Paramount logo on the jacket and the old Dot label inside.

DLP-3521 - Ragtime Duets - Johnny Maddox and Glenn Rowell [1963]

DLP-3539 - Memphis - Johnny Maddox [1963] Memphis/I Love You Because/Walk Right In/Ramblin' Rose/I Left My Heart in San Francisco/Thoose Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer/Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport/Sukiyaki/Puff (The Magic Dragon)/I Can't Stop Loving You/On Top of Spaghetti/Blowin' in the Wind

DLP-3549/25549 - Million Sellers, Volume 3 - Johnny Maddox [1963] Play a Simple Melody/That's My Desire/Any Time Crusing Down the River/You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby/Mister Sandman/Little White Lies/My Blue Heaven/Charmaine/Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams/Into Each Life Some Rain Must Fall/Ramona

DLP-3621/25621 - Raggin' The Blues - Johnny Maddox [1965] Java/Everybody Loves Somebody/Dear Heart/Alley Cat/More/Hello, Dolly!/Washington Square/Pearly Shells/Sugar Lips/San Francisco Bay Blues/All My Loving/Danke Schoen

DLP-3633/25633 - Ragtime By Request - Johnny Maddox [1965] Ragamuffin Romeo; Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?: The Vamp; Sweethearts On Parade; Glad Rag Doll; Turkestan; Tormented; What More Can I Do?; Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia: Alcoholic Blues; Corsica; and Darkness On The Delta

DLP-3645/25645 - More Ragtime 20's - Johnny Maddox [1965]

DLP-3720/25720 - World's Greatest Piano Rolls Vol. 5 - Johnny Maddox [1966]
If We Can't Be The Same Old Sweethearts We'll Just Be The Same Old Friends, Tick Tack Toe, Take Your Girlie To The Movies, Don't Give My Wife Back To Me, Hesitation Blues, Johnny's In Town, Let Me Be The First To Kiss You Good Morning, Humpty Dumpty, School Day Sweethearts, Yaaka Hula Hickey Dula, Tell Her At Twilight, and I Fell Head Over Heels In Love

DLP-3721/25721 - World's Greatest Piano Rolls Vol. 6 - Johnny Maddox [1966]

DLP-3722/25722 - World's Greatest Piano Rolls Vol. 7 - Johnny Maddox [1966]
Rag With No Name, Gimme This-Gimme This-Gimme That, It's Tulip Time In Holland, Masculine Women, Somewhere In France Is The Lily, Kentucky Dream, My Cutey's Due At Two To Two, Sunshine From The Fingers, I Told Them All About You, My Sweetie Turned Me Down, Where The Lazy Daisies Grow, and Dardanella.

DLP-3724/25724 - Ragtime Memories - Johnny Maddox [1966]
Ace in the Hole; Clementine (from New Orleans); I'm Ka-razy for You; Where Did Robinson Crusoe Go With Friday On Saturday Night; School Day Sweethearts; King Chanticleer; Hindustan; Frankie and Johnny & St. James Infirmary; Bill Bailey; Now's the Time to Fall in Love; Cecile Waltz; and Waiting for the Robert E. Lee



DLP  3739/25739 - Ragtime Piano Man - Johnny Maddox  (probably 1966) Twelve tracks:  Milenberg Joys, Do  
You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans, Indianola, Muskrat Ramble, Snaky Blues, 12th Street Rag, Copenhagen, Dallas Blues, That Teasin' Rag, Ballin' the Jack, Two Tickets to Georgia, Royal Garden Blues.

DLP-3817/25817 - Second Hand Rose - Johnny Maddox [1967]

DLP-3818/25818 - Golden Hits: Collector's Items All Time Original Hits - Various Artists [1967] Most of these are re-recordings, not the original hits. Oh! My Papa - Eddie Fisher (S, rerecording)/Tammy - Debbie Reynolds (S, rerecording)/It Isn't Fair - Don Cornell (S, rerecording)/Paper Doll - Mills Brothers (S, rerecording)/So Rare - Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra (E)/Ballerina - Vaughn Monroe (S, rerecording)//There's No Tomorrow - Tony Martin (S, rerecording)/Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen - Andrews Sisters (S, rerecording)/Near You - Francis Craig (E)/My Blue Heaven - Gene Austin (S, rerecording)/The Crazy Otto (Medley) - Johnny Maddox (E)/Chanson D'Amour - Art & Dottie Todd (S, rerecording)

Imports

Quality Records (Canada)
Quality K1199 - Johnny Maddox and the Rhythmasters I DON'T LOVE NOBODY/ THERES A STAR SPANGLED BANNER WAVING SOMEWHERE.

RE-D 1270, (London based label) [1960} Old Fashioned Love - Side 1: Old Fashioned Love, Some of These Days, Oh, You Beautiful Doll, and Be My Little Bumble Bee. Side 2: The Aba Daba Honeymoon, Rock-a-bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody, By the Light of the Silvery Moon, By the Beautiful Sea, and Chinatown, My Chinatown.

Music Hall (Argentina)

Music Hall 12038 - Johnny Maddo y su orquesta - Todo Bitmo Pasado

Later Labels





The Good Music Record Company

MSM 35057 - Johnny Maddox plays Crazy Otto - Johnny Maddox [1985]
Crazy Otto, Near You, Rose of Washington Square, Oh you Beasutiful Doll, I'm looking over a four leaf clover, Cecilia, Red Wing, Heartaches, Bill Bailey, Waiting for the Robert E. Lee

Paragon Records

Paragon SG - 102 - Tres Moutarde
Side 1: The Snaky Blues, Puppchen, Everybody Two Step, Jealous, Long Lost Blues, and St. Louis Rag. Side 2: Those Ragtime Melodies, Tres Moutarde, Cecile Waltz, Frankie And Johnny, Hesitation Blues, and King Chanticleer.

Salute to the Jazz Age

Amoureuse

Blythewood Records

BR 101 - Johnny Maddox Plays the Memphis Blues
The Memphis Blues, Joe Turner Blues, Atlanta Blues, The Hesitating Blues, Yellow Dog Blues, St. Louis, Aunt Hagar's Children Blues, Loveless Love, and Beale Street Blues.

BR 102 - My Memphis Baby (1985) - Johnny Maddox
My Memphis Baby, Beale Street Mama, Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland, War Bride Blues, It Takes A Long Tall Brown Skin Gal (To Make A Preacher Lay His Bible Down), Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, Potomac River Blues, What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round?, Sweet Georgia Brown, Muscle Shoals Blues, That's A-Plenty

BR 103 - Red Hot Ragtime Vol 1 - Johnny Maddox (1986)
The Crazy Otto Medley, San Antonio Rose, Music! Music! Music!, The Entertainer, Beer Barrel Polka, The Old Piano Roll Blues, Under The Double Eagle, Yes Sir! That's My Baby, Down Yonder, Red Wing, Frankie & Johnnie, 12th Street Rag, Glow Worm, Sweet Georgia Brown, When You & I Were Young Maggie Rag

BR 104 - Red Hot Ragtime Vol 2- Johnny Maddox (1986)
Dixie Medley, When the Saints Go Marching In, Alley Cat, In the Mood, Glad Rag Doll, Ballin' the Jack, If you Knew Susie, Like I Know Susie, Red Rose Rag, Five Foot Two, Basin Street Blues, Melody In F Rag, The Third Man Theme, Humoresque, Whistling Rufus, Some of These Days, Bye Bye Blackbird

BR 105 - Back Home in Tennessee - Johnny Maddox (1986)
Just Try And Picture Me Back Home In Tennessee, Goofus, Roll Along Kentucky Moon, Are You From Dixie?, Some Sweet Day, Honey Man My Little Lovin' Honey Man, Let The Rest Of The World Go By, Dixie Medley, Arkansas Blues Down Yonder, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, Glad Rag Doll, Waiting For The Robert E. Lee, Broken Doll

Crazy Otto Music

CO - 001 - Red Hot Ragtime Vol 1 - Johnny Maddox (2000)
The Crazy Otto Medley, San Antonio Rose, Music! Music! Music!, The Entertainer, Beer Barrel Polka, The Old Piano Roll Blues, Under The Double Eagle, Yes Sir! That's My Baby, Down Yonder, Red Wing, Frankie & Johnnie, 12th Street Rag, Glow Worm, Sweet Georgia Brown, When You & I Were Young Maggie Rag




CO - 002 - Red Hot Ragtime Vol 2- Johnny Maddox (2000)
Dixie Medley, When the Saints Go Marching In, Alley Cat, In the Mood, Glad Rag Doll, Ballin' the Jack, If you Knew Susie, Like I Know Susie, Red Rose Rag, Five Foot Two, Basin Street Blues, Melody In F Rag, The Third Man Theme, Humoresque, Whistling Rufus, Some of These Days, Bye Bye Blackbird




CO - 003 - Red Hot Ragtime Vol 1& 2 - Johnny Maddox (2000)
The Crazy Otto Medley, San Antonio Rose, Music! Music! Music!, The Entertainer, Beer Barrel Polka, The Old Piano Roll Blues, Under The Double Eagle, Yes Sir! That's My Baby, Down Yonder, Red Wing, Frankie & Johnnie, 12th Street Rag, Glow Worm, Sweet Georgia Brown, When You & I Were Young Maggie Rag, Dixie Medley, When the Saints Go Marching In, Alley Cat, In the Mood, Glad Rag Doll, Ballin' the Jack, If you Knew Susie, Like I Know Susie, Red Rose Rag, Five Foot Two, Basin Street Blues, Melody In F Rag, The Third Man Theme, Humoresque, Whistling Rufus, Some of These Days, Bye Bye Blackbird

CO-004 - Back Home in Tennessee - Johnny Maddox (2002)
Just Try And Picture Me Back Home In Tennessee, Goofus, Roll Along Kentucky Moon, Are You From Dixie?, Some Sweet Day, Honey Man My Little Lovin' Honey Man, Let The Rest Of The World Go By, Dixie Medley, Arkansas Blues Down Yonder, I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate, Glad Rag Doll, Waiting For The Robert E. Lee, Broken Doll, Corsica Rag, Manzanillo






CO-005 - Cowboys and Indians- Johnny Maddox (2002)
San Antonio Rose, Snow Deer, When It's Springtime in the Rockies, Ragtime Cowboy Joe, Indianola, Black Hawk Waltz, Navajo Medley, The Utah Trail, Roll Along Prairie Moon, Mexicali Rose, Sioux City Sue, Red Wing (An Indian Intermezzo), Moon Winks, The Old Piano Roll Blues, Five Feet Two, Eyes Of Blue (Has Anybody Seen My Girl?), When You Hold Me In Your Arms





CO-006 - Where the Southern Crosses the Yellow Dog- Johnny Maddox (2002)
The Memphis Blues, Joe Turner Blues, Atlanta Blues, The Hesitating Blues, Yellow Dog Blues, St. Louis, Aunt Hagar's Children Blues, Loveless Love, and Beale Street Blues, Memphis Baby, Beale Street Mama, Anything Is Nice If It Comes From Dixieland, War Bride Blues, It Takes A Long Tall Brown Skin Gal (To Make A Preacher Lay His Bible Down), Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey, Potomac River Blues, What You Goin' To Do When The Rent Comes 'Round?, Sweet Georgia Brown, Muscle Shoals Blues, That's A-Plenty



CO-007 Collectors Edition Numbered 3 CD Set - Johnny Maddox (2002)
- Back Home in Tennessee - Johnny Maddox
- Cowboys and Indians- Johnny Maddox
- Where the Southern Crosses the Yellow Dog- Johnny Maddox





CO-010 Dixieland Blues - Johnny Maddox (2005) Enhanced CD
Bluin' the Blues, Strut Miss Lizzie, Beale Street Blues, Wolverine Blues, Memphis Blues, Royal Garden Blues, St. Louis Blues, Friday Night Blues, Bow Wow Blues, Jelly Roll, Basin Street Blues, Tishomingo Blues, Yellow Dog Blues

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