- My Tennessee mountain home ; Coat of many colors ; The letter/Down on music row (Dolly Parton) -- The bottle let me down ; Mama tried ; Sing me back home ; If we make it through December ; Workin' man blues ; Hungry eyes ; Ramblin fever (Merle Haggard) -- The ballad of forty dollars ; Old dogs, children and watermelon wine ; The year that Clayton Delaney died ; Homecoming ; I love (Tom T. Hall) -- The shelter of your eyes ; 'Til the rivers all run dry (Don Williams) -- Dream me home ; Baby don't get hooked on me (Mac Davis) -- City lights ; Po' folks (Bill Anderson) -- Today I started loving you again (Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens) -- Husbands and wives (Roger Miller : My elusive dreams (Curly Putnam) -- Then you can tell me goodbye ; It's my time (John D. Loudermilk) -- Rose garden (Joe South) -- (Just get up and) Close the door (Linda Hargrove) -- Dreaming my dreams with you ; Ready for the times to get better (Allen Reynolds) -- The gambler (Don Schlitz) -- Gentle on my mind (John Hartford) -- When I dream (Sandy Theoret) -- Leaving Louisiana in the broad daylight (Rodney Crowell) -- Heartaches by the number (Harlan Howard) -- Daydreams about night things ; She's just an old love turned memory (John Schweers) -- Mamas don't let your babies grow up to be cowboys (Ed Bruce) -- If I needed you (Townes van Zandt) -- Long black veil ; Detroit city (Danny Dill) -- Last cheater's waltz (Sonny Throckmorton) -- Come early morning (Bob McDill) -- He's got you (Hank Cochran) -- Rocky top (Boudleaux and Felice Bryant) -- I'm just an old chunk of coal (but I'm gonna be a diamond some day) (Billy Joe Shaver).
- "A sixty-year summary" and "glossary" by William Ivey in one booklet and program notes by William Ivey and Al Cunniff in other booklet laid in containers.
- Participant/Performer Note:
- Various artists.
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