Hank Snow discography

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Hank Snow discography
Releases
Studio albums 45
Compilation albums 15
Singles 88

Hank Snow was a Canadian country music artist. His discography consists of 45 studio albums and 88 singles. Of his 88 singles, seven reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts and two reached number 1 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart. Snow spent his entire recording career with RCA Victor records.

Studio albums[edit]

1950s[edit]

Title Details
Country Classics
Hank Snow Sings
  • Release date: October 1952
  • Label: RCA Victor
Hank Snow Salutes Jimmie Rodgers
  • Release date: April 1953
  • Label: RCA Victor
Just Keep a-Movin'
  • Release date: March 1955
  • Label: RCA Victor
Old Doc Brown and Other Narrations by Hank Snow
  • Release date: October 1955
  • Label: RCA Victor
Country & Western Jamboree
  • Release date: 1957
  • Label: RCA Victor
Hank Snow's Country Guitar
  • Release date: 1957
  • Label: RCA Victor
Hank Snow Sings Sacred Songs
  • Release date: March 1958
  • Label: RCA Victor
When Tragedy Struck
  • Release date: January 1959
  • Label: RCA Victor

1960s[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US Country
Hank Snow Sings Jimmie Rodgers Songs
  • Release date: February 1960
  • Label: RCA Victor
Big Country Hits (Songs I Hadn't Recorded Till Now)
  • Release date: October 1961
  • Label: RCA Victor
I've Been Everywhere
  • Release date: April 1963
  • Label: RCA Victor
Railroad Man
  • Release date: August 1963
  • Label: RCA Victor
7
Songs of Tragedy
  • Release date: July 1964
  • Label: RCA Victor
11
Hank Snow Sings Your Favorite Country Hits
  • Release date: February 1965
  • Label: RCA Victor
Gloryland March
  • Release date: June 1965
  • Label: RCA Victor
Heartbreak Trail: A Tribute to the Sons of the Pioneers
  • Release date: November 1965
  • Label: RCA Victor
26
The Guitar Stylings of Hank Snow
  • Release date: May 1966
  • Label: RCA Victor
26
Gospel Train
  • Release date: June 1966
  • Label: RCA Victor
Snow in Hawaii
  • Release date: February 1967
  • Label: RCA Victor
Christmas with Hank Snow[A]
  • Release date: October 1967
  • Label: RCA Victor
Spanish Fire Ball and Other Hank Snow Stylings
  • Release date: November 1967
  • Label: RCA Victor
35
Tales of the Yukon
  • Release date: August 1968
  • Label: RCA Victor
35
Snow in All Seasons
  • Release date: February 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
43
Hits Covered By Snow
  • Release date: June 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
35

1970s[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US Country
Hank Snow Sings in Memory of Jimmie Rodgers
  • Release date: March 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
45
Cure for the Blues
  • Release date: August 1970
  • Label: RCA Victor
Tracks and Trains
  • Release date: April 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
45
Award Winners
  • Release date: September 1971
  • Label: RCA Victor
The Jimmie Rodgers Story
  • Release date: May 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
Grand Ole Opry Favorites
  • Release date: May 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
Snowbird
  • Release date: 1973
  • Label: RCA Victor
Now Is the Hour
  • Release date: 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
Hello Love
  • Release date: March 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
4
That's You and Me
  • Release date: July 1974
  • Label: RCA Victor
35
You're Easy To Love
  • Release date: April 1975
  • Label: RCA Victor
48
#104 - Still Movin' On 47
The Mysterious Lady
  • Release date: March 1979
  • Label: RCA Records
Instrumentally Yours
  • Release date: December 1979
  • Label: RCA Records

Collaboration albums[edit]

Title Details
Together Again
(with Anita Carter)
Reminiscing
(with Chet Atkins)
  • Release date: August 1964
  • Label: RCA Victor
C. B. Atkins & C. E. Snow by Special Request
(with Chet Atkins)
  • Release date: December 1969
  • Label: RCA Victor
Live from Evangel Temple
(with Jimmy Snow)
  • Release date: March 1976
  • Label: RCA Victor
Lovingly Yours
(with Kelly Foxton)
Win Some Lose Some Lonesome
(with Kelly Foxton)
  • Release date: 1981
  • Label: RCA Records
Brand On My Heart
(with Willie Nelson)

Compilations[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart
positions
US Country
Country Classics
The Singing Ranger
Souvenirs
  • Release date: February 1961
  • Label: RCA Victor
The Southern Cannonball
  • Release date: April 1961
  • Label: RCA Camden
The One and Only Hank Snow
  • Release date: July 1962
  • Label: RCA Canden
More Hank Snow Souvenirs
  • Release date: February 1963
  • Label: RCA Victor
1
The Last Ride
  • Release date: September 1963
  • Label: RCA Camden
The Highest Bidder and Other Favorites
  • Release date: September 1965
  • Label: RCA Camden
The Best of Hank Snow
  • Release date: December 1965
  • Label: RCA Victor
Travelin' Blues
  • Release date: June 1966
  • Label: RCA Camden
This Is My Story
  • Release date: September 1966
  • Label: RCA Victor
21
Hits, Hits and More Hits
  • Release date: March 1968
  • Label: RCA Victor
The Legend of Old Doc Brown
  • Release date: May 1972
  • Label: RCA Camden
The Best of Hank Snow Volume 2
  • Release date: September 1972
  • Label: RCA Victor
The Hits Of Hank Snow
  • Release date: 1978 (UK)
  • Label: RCA Victor
The Essential Hank Snow
RCA Country Legends
  • Release date: May 15, 2001
  • Label: RCA Records Nashville
Super Hits
  • Release date: June 22, 2004
  • Label: RCA Records Nashville

Singles[edit]

1940s and 1950s[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
1949 "Marriage Vow" 10 Country Classics (1952)
1950 "I'm Moving On" 1
"The Golden Rocket" 1
1951 "The Rhumba Boogie" 1
"Down the Trail of Achin' Hearts" (with Anita Carter) 2
"Unwanted Sign Upon Your Heart" 6
"Music Makin' Mama from Memphis" 4
1952 "The Gold Rush Is Over" 2 The Singing Ranger
"Lady's Man" 2 The One and Only Hank Snow
"I Went to Your Wedding" 3 The Singing Ranger
"(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I" 3 Country Classics (1956)
1953 "Honeymoon on a Rocket Ship" 9 The Singing Ranger
"Spanish Fire Ball" 3 The One and Only Hank Snow
"For Now and Always" 10 Travelin' Blues
"When Mexican Joe Met Jole Brown" 6 The Southern Cannonball
1954 "I Don't Hurt Anymore" 1 Country Classics (1956)
"That Crazy Mambo Thing" 10 Non-album song
"Let Me Go, Lover!" 1 The Southern Cannonball
1955 "Silver Bell" (with Chet Atkins) 15 This Is My Story
"Yellow Roses" 3 The Last Ride
"Cryin', Prayin', Waitin', Hopin'" 7 Non-album song
"Born to Be Happy" 5 The Singing Ranger
1956 "These Hands" 5 Souvenirs
"Conscience I'm Guilty" 4
"Stolen Moments" 7 More Hank Snow Souvenirs
1957 "Tangled Mind" 4 The Southern Cannonball
1958 "Whispering Rain" 15 The Last Ride
"Big Wheels" 7 Railroad Man
"A Woman Captured Me" 16 Non-album song
1959 "Doggone That Train" 19
"Chasin' a Rainbow" 6
"The Last Ride" 3 Railroad Man

1960s[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
CAN Country US Country
[1]
US
[2]
1960 "Rockin', Rollin' Ocean" 22 87 The Best of Hank Snow Volume 2
"Miller's Cave" 9 101 More Hank Snow Souvenirs
1961 "Beggar to a King" 5 Non-album song
"The Restless One" 11 The Legend of Old Doc Brown
1962 "You Take the Future (And I'll Take the Past)" 15 Non-album song
"I've Been Everywhere" 1 68 I've Been Everywhere
1963 "The Man Who Robbed the Bank at Santa Fe" 9 Non-album song
"Ninety Miles an Hour (Down a Dead End Street)" 2 124 The Best of Hank Snow
1964 "Breakfast with the Blues" 11 Non-album song
1965 "The Wishing Well (Down in the Well)" 7
"The Queen of Draw Poker Town" 28 The Legend of Old Doc Brown
"I've Cried a Mile" 18 This Is My Story
1966 "The Count Down" 22 Non-album song
"Hula Love" 21 Snow in Hawaii
1967 "Down at the Pawn Shop" 18 Non-album song
"Learnin' a New Way of Life" 15 20
1968 "Who Will Answer? (Aleluya No. 1)" 69
"The Late and Great Love of My Heart" 5 20
"The Name of the Game Was Love" 1 16 Hits Covered By Snow
1969 "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day" 26 Cure for the Blues
"That's When the Hurtin' Sets In" 53 Non-album song

1970s and 1980s[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
CAN Country US Country
[1]
1970 "Come the Morning" 33 57 Cure for the Blues
"Vanishing Breed" 52 Non-album song
1971 "(The Seashores) Of Old Mexico" 6 Award Winners
1972 "Governor's Hand" 34 Non-album song
1973 "North to Chicago" 20 71 Grand Ole Opry Favorites
1974 "Hello Love" 1 1 Hello Love
"That's You and Me" 36 That's You and Me
"Easy to Love" 26 You're Easy to Love
1975 "Merry-Go-Round of Love" 36 47
"Hijack" 79 Non-album song
"Colorado Country Morning" 95 You're Easy to Love
1976 "Who's Been Here Since I've Been Gone" 87 Non-album song
"You're Wondering Why" 98
1977 "Trouble in Mind" 81 #104 - Still Movin' On
"I'm Still Movin' On" 80
"Breakfast with the Blues" (re-recording) 96
1978 "Nevertheless" 93 The Mysterious Lady
"Ramblin' Rose" 93
1979 "The Mysterious Lady from St. Martinique" 26 80
"A Good Gal Is Hard to Find" 91
"It Takes Too Long" 98
1980 "Hasn't It Been Good Together" (with Kelly Foxton) 39 78 Lovingly Yours
"All I Want to Do Is Touch You" (with Kelly Foxton)

Other singles[edit]

Guest singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US Country
[1]
1967 "Chet's Tune" (with Some of Chet's Friends) 38 Non-album song

Charted B-sides[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Original A-side
US Country
[1]
1951 "Bluebird Island" (with Anita Carter) 4 "Down the Trail of Achin' Hearts"
1952 "Married by the Bible, Divorced by the Law" 8 "Lady's Man"
"The Gal Who Invented Kissin'" 4 "(Now and Then There's) A Fool Such as I"
1955 "The Next Voice You Hear" 15 "That Crazy Mambo Thing"
"Would You Mind?" 3 "Yellow Roses"
"I'm Glad I Got to See You Once Again" 7 "Cryin', Prayin', Waitin', Hopin'"
"Mainliner (The Hawk with Silver Wings)" 5 "Born to Be Happy"
1956 "I'm Moving In" 11 "These Hands"
"Hula Rock" 5 "Conscience I'm Guilty"
1957 "My Arms Are a House" 8 "Tangled Mind"
1964 "I Stepped Over the Line" 21 "Breakfast with the Blues"
1968 "I Just Wanted to Know (How the Wind Was Blowing)" 70 "Who Will Answer? (Aleluya No. 1)"

Notes[edit]

  • A ^ Christmas with Hank Snow peaked at number 72 on the Billboard 200.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Whitburn, Joel (2008). Hot Country Songs 1944 to 2008. Record Research, Inc. p. 390. ISBN 0-89820-177-2. 
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2011). Top Pop Singles. Record Research, Inc. p. 831. ISBN 0-89820-190-X.