This Lonely World *
Born To Be Blue
The Low Road's Good Enough For Me *
For Better Or For Worse
Cry Cry Cry
1501 Miles Of Heaven
Those songs were reissued on the Gold Seal label
(# 2829), crediting Eddie Dean with Cliffie Stone & His Orchestra.
A Cold Texas Beer
There's A Goldmine In The Sky
My Life With You
Will They Open Up That Door
6942 All That I'm Asking Is Sympathy
6941 If I Should Come Back
7100 Please Don't Cry
7101 I'll Be Back
7335 I'm The Old Friend
7102 My Sweetheart, My Own
I Married The Girl
Let Me Hold You
7685 I'm Not In Love, Just Involved
7686 Roses Remind Me Of You
The Lord's Prayer
7684 Blue Wedding Bells
9109 Tears On My Guitar
7687 Cold Yellow Gold
7326 Poor Little Swallow
NOTE : 'Tears
On My Guitar' appears on a Japanese
Capitol compilation LP titled 'Wanted !' and released
on Toshiba-EMI ECS-50062.
Run, Jimmy, Run
The Lord's Prayer
'I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven'
I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven/Stealing/Cold Yellow
Gold/Roses Remind Me Of You/I'm Not In Love, Just Involved/Poor Little
Swallow/An Orphan's Prayer/
Just Awhile/Sign On The Door/All That I'm Asking Is Sympathy/If I
Should Come Back/Careless Darlin'/
This Lonely World/Gravedigger's Lament
NOTE : A German reissue.
5011-A Don't Take Advantage Of Me (Bob Morris)
5011-B Stop Me If You've Heard This One Before (Jimmy Day-Justin Tubb)
: Issued with a pic sleeve ; liner notes by Biff
Collie ; produced by Downes Rogers ; a 1963 recording reviewed in Billboard in early '64.
The Oregon Trail
Roll Along Prairie Moon
: '78 released as by 'Jimmie & Eddie Dean'.
What's To Become Of Me ?
You'll Never Know
Whoopee Ti Yi Yo
5258 / CST 258
I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven/Love The Way You
Say It/Banks Of The Old Rio Grande/Impatient Blues/Tangled Lies/Iowa
Rose/Walk Beside Me Katmandu/Make Believe/Seeds Of Doubt/I Called &
Called/I Took The Blues Out Of Tomorrow
CLP 5320 / CST 320
'The Golden Cowboy'
Wait For Me/Downgrade/Look Homeward Angel/
If Dreams Could Come True/Somewhere Along The Line/Green Grass/Your
Wayward Heart/Smoke Signals/Rocket To Heaven/I Can't Go On Alone
5434 / CST 434
'Eddie Dean Sings'
NOTE : Same
songs as CLP 5258 except for 'Iowa Rose' and 'I Took The Blues...'
which have been omitted.
'Eddie Dean Sings Little Green Apples'
Little Green Apples/You Walked Out Of My Heart/A Heart
Will Not Be Silent Long/Country Maggie/John Henry/You Try A Lot/The
Cavern/Banks Of The Old Rio Grande/Wing Ding Tonight/Crawdad Song
'Release Me/Eddie Dean Sings'
Release Me/Love The Way You Say It/Banks Of
The Old Rio Grande/Impatient Blues/Tangled Lies/Katmandu/Walk Beside
Seeds Of Doubt/I Called & I Called
'Sings Country & Western'
(Same songs as CLP 5320/ CST 320)
'Various - Country & Western Jamboree'
(features Eddie's 'Sailor Man')
NOTE : CLP designate mono LPs while
CST designate stereo albums but careful, the latter are usually
in terrible 'reprocessed stereo' !
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)
Wake Me Up In The Morning By The Swannee River
Baby You Should Live So Long
A Gravedigger's Lament
A Million Tears Ago
Wake Me Up In The Morning By The Swannee River
C-9446 Tell Mother I'll Be There
C-9447 (There's) No Disappointment In Heaven
C-9448 There Shall Be Showers Of Blessing
C-9449 Happy In Him
: The two above '78s were released as by 'Jimmie & Eddie Dean' ; titles
come from a September 10, 1934, session, held in Chicago, Illinois.
DLA-2719 On The Banks Of The Sunny San Juan
DLA-2720 When It's Harvest Time In Peaceful Valley
DLA-2718 Little Grey Home In The West
DLA-2721 Where The Silv'ry Colorado Wends Its Way
: Above two '78s culled tracks cut in Los Angeles on September 4, 1941.
DLA-2914 Back In The Saddle Again
DLA-2915 Sleepy-Time In Caroline
DLA-2916 How Can You Say You Love Me DLA-2917 I'm Comin' Home Darlin'
: Last two Decca '78s were cut in Los Angeles on February 25, 1942.
Sleepy Time Caroline
How Can You Say
'Eddie Dean Sings A Tribute To Hank Williams'
Hey, Good Lookin'/One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart/Baby,
We're Really In Love/Teardrops In My Heart/Jesus Remembered Me/The Bride
With The Faded Bouquet/Boogie Woogie Cowboy/Cold, Cold Heart/Tell Me/There'll
Be No Teardrops Tonight/
From The Crib To The Cross/Half As Much
Various Artists -'Praise The Lord'
NOTE : The record label shows 'Spectrum SDLP 615' (stereo).
Eddie Dean has only one track here, 'From The Crib To The Cross'.
Other artists include The Maddox Bros & Rose, T. Texas Tyler, Wally Fowler and Texas Jim Robertson.
Advice Of A Fool (Namely Me)
ODE-1701 A I'm A Stranger In My Home
ODE-1701 B Put A Little Sweetnin' In Your Love
from the ODE label in late 1953, along with two other masters : 'Bimbo'
and 'No, No, Not Grandma'.
I Was Wrong
There's A Rose That Grows In The Ozarks
Rainbow At Midnight
I'll Cry On My Pillow Tonight
Ain't It A Shame, Love, Ain't It A Shame ?
Spring Has Come To Old Missouri
Toodle-Oo My Darlin'
On The Banks Of The Sunny San Juan
Let's Go Sparkin'
It's A Boy
I'm A Kansas Man
The Midnight Train
Rosanne Of San Jose
On the CD front, and apart from the deleted Japanese 'Sage
& Sand Rockabillies' CD,
here's a selection of what's available at the moment (all info courtesy of Mike Pitts)
* EDDIE DEAN (Bradley Brothers BGR-6353-2)
* THE LATE & GREAT EDDIE DEAN (Cattle CCD-214)
COWBOY SINGS COUNTRY (KRB 5149-2)
[1997 reissue of SHASTA LP SH-537]
* EDDIE DEAN (Simitar CD-55692)
; also released on cassette CS-55694]
* ON THE BANKS OF
THE SUNNY SAN JUAN
(Soundies SCD-4116) [issued
If I Could Hear My Mother Pray
Lord, I'm Coming
When I Move To A New Range
My Last Moving Day
End Of The Bandit's Trail
C-1141 The Oregon Trail
C-1147 Red Sails In The Sunset
: All 78's released as by Jimmie & Eddie Dean.
2340 Don't Tell Me Stories
2341 Careless Hands
2343 One you Must Choose
2601 On The Banks Of The Sunny San Juan
2342 'Neath Texas Skies
2343 One You Must Choose
2628 I Wish I Knew
2629 Fool's Gold
7500 Devil's Desert Land
7501 You Want To Divorce Me
7514 On The Banks Of The Sunny San Juan
7511 Call Of The Outlaw
7513 I Asked A Dream
for #6170, all Mercuries released as by Eddie Dean & His Boys between
1949 and 1951.
One More Time Around
Playing Both Ends Against The Middle
'Artists Of The 60's -
Featuring Barbara Mandrell'
: This compilation album from 1984 includes
'One More Time Around' by Eddie Dean ; it also contains 'Pickin' & A Guitin', 'Green Valley Waltz' and 'Alabama
Jubilee' by Joe Maphis, plus 'A Lifetime Of Love' by Joe & Rose
It's A Nice Place To Visit
I'm A Stranger In My Home
Put A Little Sweetnin' In Your Love
No, No, Not Grandma
'Eddie Dean' (LP)
'The Musical Heritage Of The Golden West' By E. Dean & His Forty-Niners
Whoopie Ti Yi Yo, Git Along, Little Doggies/Home
On The Range/Strawberry Roam/Clementine/Chisholm Trail/Buffalo Gals/Streets
Of Laredo/A Cowboy's Dream
NOTE : Eddie narrates on this LP with each side having just one 'band'
instead of having a break between songs.
This 10" LP features
Majestic cuts by Eddie Dean, Foy Willing & The Riders Of The Purple
SAGE & SAND
& SAND 45-180 (with The Frontiersmen)
180-A I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven
180-A I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven (Eddie Dean-Hal Southern)
180-B Banks Of The Old Rio Grande (Eddie Dean-Glenn Strange)
SAGE & SAND
45-188 (with The Frontiersmen-Marian Hall, steel guitar)
188-A Impatient Blues (Edgar Dean Glosup)
188-B Cry Of A Broken Heart (Eddie & Dearest Dean)
SAGE & SAND 45-199 (with The Frontiersmen-Marian Hall, steel guitar)
Walk Beside Me
Blessed Are They
SAGE & SAND 45-200 (with The Frontiersmen-Marian Hall, steel guitar)
An Orphan's Prayer
SAGE & SAND 45-207
(with The Frontiersmen-Marian Hall, steel guitar)
Open Up The Door, Baby
Sign On The Door
Issued as by Eddie Dean & Joanie Hall.
SAGE & SAND 45-208 (with
The Frontiersmen-Marain Hall, steel guitar)
The First Christmas Bell
SAGE & SAND 45-215 (with The Five Guitars)
SAGE 226 (with
The Cletro Combo)
Look Homeward Angel
R-1191 Banks Of The Old Rio Grande (Eddie Dean-Glenn Strange)
R-1192 Rock And Roll Cowboy (Eddie & Dearest Dean)
Walkin' After Mifnight
5925 Lonesome Guitar (Ed Dockery)
5926 Taos (Blair-Statham-Dean)
One Foot Caught In Quicksand
Lonesome Guitar/Taos/Night Train/One Foot Caught In Quicksand
Nothing But Echo's
Your Wayward Heart
I Took The Blues Out Of Tomorrow
Seeds Of Doubt
Somewhere Along The Line
If Dreams Could Come True
Rocket To Heaven
I Can't Go On Alone
& SAND C-1
'The Golden Cowboy Sings The Greatest Westerns' - featuring The Frontiersmen
Ridin' Down The Canyon/The Cattle Call/Ragtime Cowboy
Joe/Wagon Wheels/Tumbling Tumbleweeds/Cowboy's Prayer/Empty Saddles In The Old Corral/Little Joe The Wrangler/Whoopi Ti-Yi-Yo/Cool
There's A Goldmine In The Sky/The Last Roundup
NOTE : Exists
on both black and orange vinyl.
SAGE EDLP C-5
High Country/Now Ain't That Love/Did You Really Mean
It?/How Can We Two Share One Heart?/Faraway Gal/Deep In The Ozark Hills/
On A Desert Highway/Way Out Yonder/Old Fashioned Love Song/I Could Cry
Over You/Wait For Me (A Little While Longer)/Waggin' Tongues/When I
Move To That New Range/ Old Wyoming/I'm Only A Cowboy/The Raindrop Waltz/Home
In San Antone/I Could Be A Millionaire
NOTE : a promo EP, Sage EDEP 5, was culled from this LP.
I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven/Love The Way You Say
It/Banks Of The Old Rio Grande/Impatient Blues (overdubbed
- different to Sage & Sand 188)/Tangled
Lies/Iowa Rose/Walk Beside Me/Katmandu/Make Believe/Seeds Of Doubt/I
Called And I Called/I Took The Blues Out Of Tomorrow
pressed on both black
and opaque red vinyl.
'Sincerely, Eddie Dean'
One Has My Name (The Other Has My Heart)/Release Me/Tumbling
Tumbleweeds/I Fall To Pieces/Make The World Go Away/That Silver Haired
Daddy Of Mine/Green, Green Grass Of Home/Born To Lose/Old Shep/Just
A Closer Walk With Thee/I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven
'A Cowboy Sings Country'
San Antonio Rose/All I Have To Offer You Is Me/Foggy
River/I Can't Help Falling In Love With You/Cool Water/Your Cheating
Heart/Four Walls/I Can't Stop Loving You/Today I Started Loving You
Again/My Elusive Dreams*
NOTE : *
duet with Karen Scales.
'Eddie Dean' (LP)
'I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven' (LP)
Reissue of Sage &
7563 / TST 363
'Eddie Dean In Person'
NOTE : Neither
the cover nor the record indicates
which songs are by which artist but Eddie most probably sings 'I Called
& I Called', 'I Took The Blues Out Of Tomorrow', 'Iowa Rose', 'Walk
and 'Katmandu'. Other cuts by Cort Johnson.
'Saddle Up !' (LP)
NOTE : Again
featuring both Eddie & Cort Johnson.
The Midnight Train (Of Lonesome Valley)
NOTE : Eddie Dean & His Boys.
'Dean Of The West'
Eddie Dean Sings Songs From His Western Movies
Hills Of Old Wyoming/Wagon Wheels/Courtin' Time/Tumbleweed
Trail/Black Hills/Driftin' River/
Ain't No Gal/Stars Over Texas/Way Back In Oklahoma/Banks Of The Sunny
NOTE : This
LP was done in 1976 as a result of Eddie's appearance at a Western Film
Festival in '74 and the realization by the Western Film Collector Group
that he had never recorded many songs from his own films.