Heartaches By the Number: Country Music’s 500 Greatest Singles




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Heartaches By the Number: Country Music’s 500 Greatest Singles by David Cantwell and Bill Friskics-Warren


  1. Sammi Smith: “Help Me Make It Through the Night” (Mega 1970)

  2. Hank Williams with the Drifting Cowboys: “Lost Highway” (MGM 1949)

  3. Patsy Cline: “Crazy” (Decca 1961)

  4. The Carter Family: “Can the Circle Be Unbroken (Bye and Bye)” (Banner 1935)

  5. Elvis Presley: “Don’t Be Cruel” (RCA Victor 1956)

  6. Ray Price: “Crazy Arms” (Columbia 1956)

  7. George Jones: “The Window Up Above” (Mercury 1960)

  8. Dolly Parton: “Coat of Many Colors” (RCA Victor 1971)

  9. The Stanley Brothers & the Clinch Mountain Boys: “Rank Strangers” (Starday 1960)

  10. Ted Daffan’s Texans: “Born to Lose” (OKeh 1942)

  11. Tammy Wynette: “Stand By Your Man” (Epic 1968)

  12. Kitty Wells: “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels” (Decca 1952)

  13. Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys: “The Wild Side of Life” (Capitol 1952)

  14. Merle Haggard: “Carolyn” (Capitol 1971)

  15. Conway Twitty: “How Much More Can She Stand” (Decca 1971)

  16. Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn: “After the Fire Is Gone” (Decca 1971)

  17. Milton Brown & His Brownies: “Right or Wrong” (Decca 1936)

  18. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: “Time Changes Everything” (OKeh 1940)

  19. Hank Snow: “I Don’t Hurt Anymore” (RCA Victor 1954)

  20. Floyd Tillman: “I Love You So Much It Hurts” (Columbia 1948)

  21. Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two: “Folsom Prison Blues” (Sun 1956)

  22. Merle Haggard & the Strangers: “Mama Tried” (Capitol 1968)

  23. Merle Haggard & the Strangers: “The Fugitive” (Capitol 1966)

  24. Steve Earle: “Someday” (MCA 1986)

  25. Charlie Rich: “Life’s Little Ups and Downs” (Epic 1969)

  26. Rex Griffin: “The Last Letter” (Decca 1937)

  27. Gene Watson: “Farewell Party” (Capitol 1979)

  28. Dock Boggs: “Country Blues” (Brunswick 1927)

  29. Hank Williams with the Drifting Cowboys: “I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive” (MGM 1953)

  30. Gene Autry: “Back in the Saddle Again” (OKeh 1939)

  31. Patsy Montana: “I Want to Be a Cowboy’s Sweetheart” (Vocalion 1935)

  32. Loretta Lynn: “Don’t Come Home A’Drinkin’ (with Lovin’ on Your Mind)” (Decca 1966)

  33. Loretta Lynn: “The Pill” (MCA 1975)

  34. Jimmy Martin & the Sunny Mountain Boys: “20/20 Vision” (RCA Victor 1954)

  35. Jimmie Rodgers: “Blue Yodel (T for Texas)” (Victor 1928)

  36. Tommy Johnson: “Cool Drink of Water Blues” (Victor 1928)

  37. Marty Robbins: “Singing the Blues” (Columbia 1956)

  38. Red Foley with the Sunshine Boys Quartet: “(There’ll Be) Peace in the Valley (for Me)” (Decca 1951)

  39. Porter Wagoner: “A Satisfied Mind” (RCA Victor 1955)

  40. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “Blue Moon of Kentucky” (Decca 1954)

  41. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “Blue Moon of Kentucky” (Columbia 1947)

  42. Elvis Presley, Scotty & Bill: “Blue Moon of Kentucky” (Sun 1954)

  43. Carl Perkins: “Blue Suede Shoes” (Sun 1956)

  44. Ray Charles: “I Can’t Stop Loving You” (ABC-Paramount 1962)

  45. Connie Smith: “Once a Day” (RCA Victor 1964)

  46. Connie Smith: “Burning a Hole in My Mind” (RCA Victor 1967)

  47. Hank Williams: “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” (MGM 1949)

  48. Stoney Edwards: “Hank and Lefty Raised My Country Soul” (Capitol 1973)

  49. Emmett Miller & His Georgia Crackers: “Lovesick Blues” (OKeh 1928)

  50. Lefty Frizzell: “I Love You a Thousand Ways” (Columbia 1950)

  51. Tammy Wynette: “Your Good Girl’s Gonna Go Bad” (Epic 1967)

  52. Ray Price: “Make the World Go Away” (Columbia 1963)

  53. Ray Price: “Night Life” (Columbia 1963)

  54. Charlie Rich: “I Take It on Home” (Epic 1972)

  55. Buck Owens: “My Heart Skips a Beat” (Capitol 1964)

  56. Glen Campbell: “Galveston” (Capitol 1969)

  57. Fiddlin’ John Carson: “The Little Old Log Cabin in the Lane” (OKeh 1923)

  58. Blind Alfred Reed: “How Can a Poor Man Stand Such Times and Live” (Victor 1929)

  59. Merle Haggard & the Strangers: “Hungry Eyes” (Capitol 1969)

  60. James Talley: “Are They Gonna Make Us Outlaws Again?” (Capitol 1976)

  61. Woody Guthrie: “This Land Is Your Land” (Folkways 1945)

  62. Molly O’Day & the Cumberland Mountain Folks: “Tramp on the Street” (Columbia 1947)

  63. Roger Miller: “King of the Road” (Smash 1965)

  64. Jimmie Rodgers: “Waiting for a Train” (Victor 1929)

  65. Hank Snow: “I’ve Been Everywhere” (RCA Victor 1962)

  66. Bobby Bare: “Detroit City” (RCA Victor 1963)

  67. The Monroe Brothers: “What Would You Give in Exchange?” (Bluebird 1936)

  68. Bruce Springsteen: “Atlantic City” (Columbia 1982)

  69. Martina McBride: “Independence Day” (RCA 1994)

  70. Bing Crosby & the Andrews Sisters with Vic Shoen & His Orchestra: “Pistol Packin’ Mama” (Decca 1943)

  71. G.B. Grayson: “Ommie Wise” (Victor 1927)

  72. Blue Sky Boys: “Down on the Banks of the Ohio” (Bluebird 1936)

  73. The Louvin Brothers: “Knoxville Girl” (Capitol 1959)

  74. Stonewall Jackson: “Life to Go” (Columbia 1958)

  75. Porter Wagoner: “Green, Green Grass of Home” (RCA 1965)

  76. Merle Haggard & the Strangers: “Sing Me Back Home” (Capitol 1967)

  77. Patsy Cline: “Sweet Dreams (of You)” (Decca 1963)

  78. Loretta Lynn: “Coal Miner’s Daughter” (Decca 1970)

  79. Jack Greene: “Statue of a Fool” (Decca 1969)

  80. Webb Pierce: “There Stands the Glass” (Decca 1953)

  81. Jim Ed Brown: “Pop a Top” (RCA Victor 1967)

  82. Porter Wagoner: “Misery Loves Company” (RCA Victor 1962)

  83. Gary Stewart: “She’s Actin’ Single (I’m Drinkin’ Doubles)” (RCA Victor 1975)

  84. George Jones: “The Battle” (Epic 1976)

  85. Lynn Anderson: “Rose Garden” (Columbia 1970)

  86. Eddy Arnold & His Guitar: “The Cattle Call” (RCA Victor 1955)

  87. Sons of the Pioneers: “Tumbling Tumbleweeds” (RCA Victor 1948)

  88. The Flatlanders: “Dallas” (Plantation 1972)

  89. George Strait: “Amarillo By Morning” (MCA 1983)

  90. Kitty Wells: “Makin’ Believe” (Decca 1955)

  91. Buck Owens & the Buckaroos: “How Long Will My Baby Be Gone” (Capitol 1968)

  92. Buck Owens: “Together Again” (Capitol 1964)

  93. George Jones & Melba Montgomery: “We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds” (United Artists 1963)

  94. Johnny Cash: “Ring of Fire” (Columbia 1963)

  95. Homer & Jethro with June Carter: “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” (RCA Victor 1949)

  96. The Carter Family: “Single Girl, Married Girl” (Victor 1927)

  97. Jeannie Seely: “Don’t Touch Me” (Monument 1966)

  98. Marty Robbins: “Begging to You” (Columbia 1964)

  99. Carl Perkins: “Turn Around” (Flip 1955)

  100. Ray Price: “For the Good Times” (Columbia 1970)

  101. Willie Nelson: “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain” (Columbia 1975)

  102. Ernest Tubb: “Walking the Floor Over You” (Decca 1941)

  103. Don Gibson: “Oh Lonesome Me” (RCA Victor 1958)

  104. The Everly Brothers: “Bye Bye Love” (Cadence 1957)

  105. Roy Orbison & the Candy Men: “Oh Pretty Woman” (Monument 1964)

  106. Jerry Lee Lewis: “Great Balls of Fire” (Sun 1957)

  107. Roy Acuff & His Crazy Tennesseans: “Great Speckled Bird” (Vocalion 1936)

  108. The Blackwood Brothers Quartet: “His Hand in Mine” (RCA Victor 1954)

  109. The Statesman Quartet with Hovie Lister: “This Ole House” (RCA Victor 1954)

  110. Gene Vincent: “Be-Bop-a-Lula” (Capitol 1956)

  111. Conway Twitty: “It’s Only Make Believe” (MGM 1958)

  112. Faron Young: “Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young” (Capitol 1955)

  113. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: “Brain Cloudy Blues” (Columbia 1947)

  114. Red Foley: “Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy” (Decca 1960)

  115. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “It’s Mighty Dark to Travel” (Columbia 1947)

  116. DeFord Bailey: “Pan American Blues” (Brunswick 1927)

  117. The Delmore Brothers: “Freight Train Boogie” (King 1946)

  118. Tennessee Ernie Ford: “Sixteen Tons” (Capitol 1955)

  119. Frankie Miller: “Blackland Farmer” (Starday 1959)

  120. Merle Haggard: “Workin’ Man Blues” (Capitol 1969)

  121. Hazel Dickins: “They’ll Never Keep Us Down” (Rounder 1980)

  122. Loretta Lynn: “One’s on the Way” (Decca 1971)

  123. Kay Adams with the Cliffie Stone Group: “Little Pink Mack” (Tower 1966)

  124. Cliff Bruner & His Boys: “Truck Driver’s Blues” (Decca 1939)

  125. Dave Dudley: “Six Days on the Road” (Golden Wing 1963)

  126. Hank Williams with the Drifting Cowboys: “Howlin’ at the Moon” (MGM 1951)

  127. Stanley Brothers: “How Far to Little Rock” (King 1960)

  128. Jerry Reed: “Amen Moses” (RCA 1970)

  129. Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers: “If I Lose, I Don’t Care” (Columbia 1927)

  130. The Band: “Up on Cripple Creek” (Capitol 1969)

  131. Uncle Dave Macon: “Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy” (Vocalion 1924)

  132. Charlie Poole & the North Carolina Ramblers: “Don’t Let Your Deal Go Down” (Columbia 1925)

  133. Marty Robbins: “El Paso” (Columbia 1959)

  134. Gene Pitney: “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance” (Musicor 1962)

  135. Ray Price: “City Lights” (Columbia 1958)

  136. Otis Redding: “(Sittin’ on) the Dock of the Bay” (Volt 1968)

  137. Tom T. Hall: “Homecoming” (Mercury 1969)

  138. Joe South & the Believers: “Don’t It Make You Want to Go Home” (Capitol 1969)

  139. Glen Campbell: “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” (Capitol 1967)

  140. The Osborne Brothers & Red Allen: “Ruby, Are You Mad?” (MGM 1956)

  141. Hank Williams with the Drifting Cowboys: “You Win Again” (MGM 1952)

  142. Eddy Arnold: “You Don’t Know Me” (RCA Victor 1956)

  143. Patsy Cline: “She’s Got You” (Decca 1962)

  144. Johnny Paycheck: “She’s All I Got” (Epic 1971)

  145. Roger Miller: “Chug-a-Lug” (Smash 1964)

  146. Roger Miller: “One Dyin’ and a Buryin’” (Smash 1965)

  147. George Jones: “He Stopped Loving Her Today” (Epic 1980)

  148. Sammi Smith: “Today I Started Loving You Again” (Mega 1975)

  149. Gram Parsons with Emmylou Harris: “Love Hurts” (Reprise 1974)

  150. Hank Snow: “(Now and Then There’s) A Fool Such as I” (RCA Victor 1952)

  151. Bobbie Gentry: “Ode to Billie Joe” (Capitol 1967)

  152. Carl & Pearl Butler: “Don’t Let Me Cross Over” (Columbia 1962)

  153. Jerry Lee Lewis & Linda Gail Lewis: “Don’t Let Me Cross Over” (Columbia 1969)

  154. Webb Pierce: “Back Street Affair” (Decca 1952)

  155. Leroy Van Dyke: “Walk on By” (Mercury 1961)

  156. Floyd Tillman: “Slipping Around” (Columbia 1949)

  157. Randy Travis: “On the Other Hand” (Warner Bros. 1986)

  158. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “Mule Skinner Blues” (Bluebird 1940)

  159. Dolly Parton: “Muleskinner Blues (Blue Yodel no. 8)” (RCA 1970)

  160. Garth Brooks: “The Dance” (Capitol 1990)

  161. Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely: “The Gods Were Angry with Me” (Capitol 1950)

  162. Cliff Bruner’s Texas Wanderers: “When You’re Smiling (the Whole World Smiles with You)” (Decca 1938)

  163. Webb Pierce: “Slowly” (Decca 1954)

  164. Lefty Frizzell: “Always Late (with Your Kisses)” (Columbia 1951)

  165. The Louvin Brothers: “I Don’t Believe You’ve Met My Baby” (Capitol 1956)

  166. The Louvin Brothers: “When I Stop Dreaming” (Capitol 1955)

  167. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “In the Pines” (Decca 1952)

  168. Tony Bennett: “Cold, Cold Heart” (Columbia 1951)

  169. Jeannie C. Riley: “Harper Valley P.T.A.” (Plantation 1968)

  170. Dusty Springfield: “Son of a Preacher Man” (Atlantic 1969)

  171. Martha Carson: “Satisfied” (Capitol 1951)

  172. John Anderson: “Swingin’” (Warner Bros. 1983)

  173. Marty Robbins: “I Was Alone” (Columbia 1968)

  174. Tom T. Hall: “The Year That Clayton Delaney Died” (Mercury 1971)

  175. Jack Green: “Lord Is That Me” (Decca 1970)

  176. Little Jimmy Dickens: “(You’ve Been Quite a Doll) Raggedy Ann” (Decca 1970)

  177. Skeeter Davis: “The End of the World” (RCA Victor 1962)

  178. Porter Wagoner: “The Cold Hard Facts of Life” (RCA 1967)

  179. Hank Williams with the Drifting Cowboys: “I Saw the Light” (MGM 1947)

  180. Wilma Lee & Stoney Cooper with the Clinch Mountain Clan: “Are You Walking and a-Talking for the Lord” (Columbia 1953)

  181. Molly O’Day & the Cumberland Mountain Folks: “When God Comes to Gather His Jewels” (Columbia 1947)

  182. Coon Creek Girls: “Sowing on the Mountain” (Vocalion 1938)

  183. The Carter Family: “Wildwood Flower” (Victor 1929)

  184. Eck Robertson: “Sallie Gooden” (Victor 1923)

  185. Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys: “Uncle Pen” (Decca 1950)

  186. Jean Shepard: “Second Fiddle (to an Old Guitar)” (Capitol 1964)

  187. Glen Campbell: “Wichita Lineman” (Capitol 1968)

  188. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: “Take Me Back to Tulsa” (OKeh 1941)

  189. Jack Guthrie & His Oklahomans: “Oklahoma Hills” (Capitol 1945)

  190. Johnny Cash: “The Ballad of Ira Hayes” (Columbia 1964)

  191. Sons of the Pioneers: “Cool Water” (Decca 1941)

  192. Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two: “Big River” (Sun 1958)

  193. Jimmy Murphy: “Electricity” (RCA Victor 1951)

  194. Flatt & Scruggs & the Foggy Mountain Boys: “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” (Mercury 1949)

  195. Jim & Jesse & the Virginia Boys: “Are You Missing Me” (Capitol 1952)

  196. Jimmy Martin: “You Don’t Know My Mind” (Decca 1960)

  197. Tanya Tucker: “Delta Dawn” (Columbia 1972)

  198. Ray Price: “Release Me” (Columbia 1953)

  199. Johnny Bush: “You Gave Me a Mountain” (Stop 1969)

  200. Bascom Lamar Lunsford: “I Wish I Was a Mole in the Ground” (Brunswick 1928)

  201. The Statesmen Quartet with Hovie Lister: “Faith Unlocks the Door” (RCA Victor 1956)

  202. Leon Payne: “I Love You Because” (Capitol 1949)

  203. Elvis Presley: “Any Day Now” (RCA Victor 1969)

  204. Harmonica Frank: “Rockin’ Chair Daddy” (Sun 1954)

  205. Billy Lee Riley & His Little Green Men: “Flying Saucers Rock and Roll” (Sun 1957)

  206. Speedy West & Jimmy Bryant: “Stratosphere Boogie” (Capitol 1954)

  207. Chuck Berry: “Maybellene” (Chess 1955)

  208. Buck Owens & the Buckaroos: “Big in Vegas” (Capitol 1969)

  209. Bobbie Gentry: “Fancy” (Captiol 1969)

  210. The Kendalls: “Just Like Real People” (Ovation 1979)

  211. Brenda Lee: “I’m Sorry” (Decca 1960)

  212. Stonewall Jackson: “A Wound Time Can’t Erase” (Columbia 1962)

  213. Clint Black: “Better Man” (RCA 1989)

  214. Dixie Chicks: “Wide Open Spaces” (Monument 1998)

  215. Gene Autry: “Deep in the Heart of Texas” (OKeh 1942)

  216. Ernest Tubb: “Waltz Across Texas” (Decca 1965)

  217. George Jones & Tammy Wynette: “Golden Ring” (Epic 1976)

  218. Tanya Tucker: “Would You Lay with Me (in a Field of Stone)” (Epic 1974)

  219. Bob Dylan: “Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here with You” (Columbia 1969)

  220. Jason & the Scorchers: “Absolutely Sweet Marie” (EMI 1984)

  221. Richard “Rabbit” Brown: “James Alley Blues” (Victor 1927)

  222. Lefty Frizzell: “The Long Black Veil” (Columbia 1959)

  223. Solomon Burke: “Just Out of Reach (of My Two Open Arms)” (Atlantic 1961)

  224. Marty Robbins: “Don’t Worry” (Columbia 1961)

  225. George Jones: “A Good Year for the Roses” (Musicor 1970)

  226. Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton: “The Last Thing on My Mind” (RCA 1967)

  227. Loretta Lynn & Conway Twitty: “As Soon as I Hang Up the Phone” (MCA 1974)

  228. Jim Reeves: “He’ll Have to Go” (RCA Victor 1959)

  229. Clarence Ashley: “The Coo Coo Bird” (Columbia 1929)

  230. Johnnie & Jack & Their Tennessee Mountain Boys: “Poison Love” (RCA Victor 1951)

  231. Loretta Lynn: “You Ain’t Woman Enough” (Decca 1966)

  232. Dolly Parton: “Jolene” (RCA 1973)

  233. Harry Choates: “Jole Blon” (Gold Star 1946)

  234. Carl Perkins: “Dixie Fried” (Sun 1956)

  235. Hackberry Ramblers: “Fais Pas Ca” (Bluebird 1938)

  236. Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee: “One Step Des Chameaux” (Brunswick 1930)

  237. Lead Belly: “Midnight Special” (RCA Victor 1940)

  238. Elvis Presley: “Mystery Train” (Sun 1955)

  239. Elvis Presley: “Little Sister” (RCA 1961)

  240. Red Foley with Hank “Sugarfoot” Garland: “Sugarfoot Rag” (Decca 1950)

  241. “Little” Jimmy Dickens: “Hillbilly Fever” (Columbia 1950)

  242. Red Foley: “Midnight” (Decca 1952)

  243. Tennessee Ernie Ford: “Shot Gun Boogie” (Capitol 1950)

  244. Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys: “Roly Poly” (Columbia 1946)

  245. Maddox Brothers & Rose: “Honky Tonkin’” (Four Star 1949)

  246. Wanda Jackson: “Let’s Have a Party” (Capitol 1960)

  247. George Jones: “White Lightning” (Mercury 1959)

  248. Hank Thompson & His Brazos Valley Boys: “A Six Pack to Go” (Capitol 1960)

  249. Merle Haggard: “If We Make It Through December” (Capitol 1973)

  250. Ernest Tubb: “Blue Christmas” (Decca 1949)

  251. Ray Price: “Heartaches By the Number” (Columbia 1959)

  252. Merle Haggard: “Sing a Sad Song” (Talley 1963)

  253. Johnny Rodriguez: “Ridin’ My Thumb to Mexico” (Mercury 1973)

  254. El Conjunto Bernal: “Mi Unica Camino” (Ideal 1958)

  255. Roy Orbison: “Crying” (Monument 1961)

  256. Freddy Fender: “Before the Next Teardrop Falls” (ABC/Dot 1975)

  257. The Flying Burrito Brothers: “Hot Burrito no. 1” (A&M 1969)

  258. William Bell: “You Don’t Miss Your Water” (Stax 1962)

  259. Conway Twitty: “Fifteen Years Ago” (Decca 1970)

  260. Merle Haggard & Bonnie Owens: “Just Between the Two of Us” (Tally 1964)

  261. Lucinda Williams: “Passionate Kisses” (Rough Trade 1989)

  262. Deana Carter: “Did I Shave My Legs for This?” (Capitol 1997)

  263. Loretta Lynn: “Success” (Decca 1962)

  264. Stuart Hamblen: “(Remember Me) I’m the One Who Loves You” (Columbia 1950)

  265. Eddy Arnold & His Tennessee Plowboys: “It’s a Sin” (RCA Victor 1947)

  266. Jimmie Davis: “You Are My Sunshine” (Decca 1940)

  267. Charley Pride: “Just Between You and Me” (RCA 1966)

  268. Blue Sky Boys: “Are You From Dixie?” (Bluebird 1939)

  269. Billy Joe Shaver: “I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train” (Monument 1973)

  270. Janis Joplin: “Me and Bobby McGee” (Columbia 1971)

  271. Gladys Knight & the Pips: “Midnight Train to Georgia” (Buddah 1973)

  272. Jerry Jeff Walker: “L.A. Freeway” (MCA 1973)

  273. Jimmie Rodgers: “Blue Yodel no. 4 (California Blues)” (Victor 1928)

  274. Patti Page: “The Tennessee Waltz” (Mercury 1951)

  275. Sammi Smith: “Kentucky” (Mega 1972)

  276. Waylon Jennings: “Only Daddy That’ll Walk the Line” (RCA 1968)

  277. Lovin’ Spoonful: “Nashville Cats” (Kama Sutra 1966)

  278. Johnny Cash & the Tennessee Two: “I Walk the Line” (Sun 1956)

  279. Charlie Rich: “Sittin’ and Thinkin’” (Phillips International 1962)

  280. The Statler Brothers: “Flowers on the Wall” (Columbia 1965)

  281. Del Reeves: “Looking at the World Through a Windshield” (United Artists 1968)

  282. Roy Acuff & the Smoky Mountain Boys: “Wreck on the Highway” (OKeh 1942)

  283. Roy Acuff & the Smoky Mountain Boys: “Wabash Cannon Ball” (Columbia 1947)

  284. Lynyrd Skynyrd: “Sweet Home Alabama” (MCA 1974)

  285. Arthur Alexander: “You Better Move On” (Dot 1962)

  286. Joe Sampley: “Soul Song” (Dot 1972)

  287. Sir Douglas Quintet: “At the Crossroads” (Smash 1969)

  288. James Carr: “The Dark End of the Street” (Goldwax 1967)

  289. Mel Street: “Lovin’ on Back Streets” (Metromedia 1972)

  290. Eddy Arnold & His Tennessee Plowboys: “Bouquet of Roses” (RCA Victor 1948)

  291. Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys: “Slow Poke” (RCA Victor 1951)

  292. Spade Cooley: “Shame on You” (OKeh 1945)

  293. Tex Williams & His Western Caravan: “Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)” (Capitol 1947)

  294. The Delmore Brothers: “Brown’s Ferry Blues” (Bluebird 1933)

  295. Warner Mack: “The Bridge Washed Out” (Decca 1965)

  296. George Jones and Brenda Carter: “Milwaukee, Here I Come” (Musicor 1968)

  297. Jerry Lee Lewis: “What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)” (Smash 1968)

  298. Johnny Paycheck: “Motel Time Again” (Little Darlin’ 1966)

  299. Al Dexter & His Troopers: “Pistol Packin’ Mama” (OKeh 1944)

  300. Mark Chesnutt: “Bubba Shot the Jukebox” (MCA 1992)

  301. Hank Snow: “Miller’s Cave” (RCA Victor 1960)

  302. Frank Hutchison: “Stackalee” (OKeh 1927)

  303. John Anderson: “Wild and Blue” (Warner Bros. 1982)

  304. The Stanley Brothers: “Little Maggie” (Starday 1960)

  305. Charlie Walker: “Who Will Buy the Wine” (Columbia 1960)

  306. Billy Walker: “Charlie’s Shoes” (Columbia 1962)

  307. Conway Twitty: “The Image of Me” (Decca 1968)

  308. George Jones: “A Picture of Me (without You)” (Epic 1972)

  309. Webb Pierce: “Wondering” (Decca 1952)

  310. Nathan Abshire: “Pine Grove Blues” (O.T. 1949)

  311. Dr. Humphrey Bate & His Possum Hunters: “My Wife Died Saturday Night” (Brunswick 1928)

  312. Lefty Frizzell: “If You’ve Got the Money, I’ve Got the Time” (Columbia 1950)

  313. Buck Owens: “Above and Beyond” (Capitol 1960)

  314. Charley Pride: “Kiss an Angel Good Mornin’” (RCA 1971)

  315. Faron Young: “If You Ain’t Lovin’ (You Ain’t Livin’)” (Capitol 1954)

  316. Faith Hill: “This Kiss” (Warner Bros. 1998)

  317. Eddy Arnold, the Tennessee Plowboy & His Guitar: “Cuddle Buggin’ Baby” (RCA Victor 1950)

  318. Rodney Crowell: “Elvira” (Warner Bros. 1978)

  319. Jerry Lee Lewis: “Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On” (Sun 1957)

  320. The Modern Mountaineers: “Everybody’s Truckin’” (Bluebird 1937)

  321. Light Crust Doughboys: “Pussy, Pussy, Pussy” (Vocalion 1938)

  322. Buck Owens: “Love’s Gonna Live Here” (Capitol 1963)

  323. Nilsson: “Everybody’s Talkin’” (RCA 1969)

  324. The Byrds: “You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere” (Columbia 1968)

  325. Lefty Frizzell: “She’s Gone Gone Gone” (Columbia 1965)

  326. The Monkees: “Last Train to Clarksville” (Colgems 1966)

  327. Kenny Rogers & the First Edition: “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love to Town” (Reprise 1969)
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