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Cliffie Stone

Cliffie Stone
Aliases
Cliffie Stonehead
Cliffie Stonehead's Harmony Homesteaders
Cliffie Stonehead's Orchestra
Cliffie Stone and His Barn Dance Band
Cliffie Stone and His Barn Dance Orchestra
Cliffie Stone and His Hepcats
Cliffie Stone and His Hometown Hepcats
Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra
Cliffie Stone's Band
Real name
Clifford Gilpan Snyder
Born
March 1, 1917
Died
January 16, 1998
Country
United States
IPI
00044887547
Family
Herman the Hermit Father

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Originals

Title Performer Release date Covered by
May 1955 The Jive Romeros
August 2, 1952 (5 artists)
1950 Bill Frisell
April 18, 1953 (6 artists)
September 8, 1952 (2 artists)
December 31, 1951 Little Rita Faye
May 1955 Russ Morgan and His Scranton Seven
April 18, 1953 The Four Esquires - Orchestra conducted by Archie Bleyer

Covers by Cliffie Stone

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1959 Dinah Shore
January 1952 Hank Williams with His Drifting Cowboys
August 1952 Frank Sinatra - Orch. under the direction of Axel Stordahl
1959 Tex Ritter
September 1954 Bill Monroe and His Bluegrass Boys
November 1949 The Delmore Brothers
February 1956 Carl Perkins
August 1969 Waylon Jennings
1945 Bob Atcher
1959 Bob Atcher
1959 Freddie Slack and His Orchestra - Vocal by Ella Mae Morse
March 1947 (unknown)
1959 (unknown), Edward Nell with The Foursome Quartet
1945 Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys
September 8, 1952 Delmore Brothers
1959 Tex Ritter
August 1952 Jimmy Heap and The Melody Masters, Al Montgomery
October 1951 Eddy Arnold
March 1951 June Barton
March 1956 Jelly Roll Morton
Covered by (2 artists)
February 1953 John Yorke Atlee
June 1951 Victor Military Band
September 1954 The Eagles [1]
March 1947 A.C. (Eck) Robertson
1959 Bob Roberts with Orchestra
March 1956 Rock Island Colored Booster Quartet
August 1947 Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys
June 1953 Hank Thompson and His Brazos Valley Boys
Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra 1957 Unverified
March 1947 A.C. (Eck) Robertson
October 1951 Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys
March 1947 (unknown)
December 31, 1951 Roy Acuff and His Smoky Mountain Boys
1959 (unknown)
August 2, 1952 Dick Thomas
June 1951 Wayne King and His Orchestra
1959 Sons of the Pioneers
1948 Wiley Walker and Gene Sullivan
February 1953 The Happy Chappies
June 1953 Tex Ritter and His Texans

Songs written by Cliffie Stone

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Barracuda Cliffie Stone, Tex Crotty, Billie Willie Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra May 1955 Covered by The Jive Romeros
Divorce Me C.O.D. Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone Merle Travis September 1946 Covered by (15 artists)
No Vacancy Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone Merle Travis May 1946 Covered by (5 artists)
So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone, Eddie Kirk Foy Willing and The Riders of the Purple Sage November 1946 Covered by (9 artists)
Sweet Temptation Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone Merle Travis January 1947 Covered by (5 artists)
Three Times Seven Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone Merle Travis with Cowboy Band March 1947 Covered by (5 artists)

Adapted songs

Title Written by Originals Originally by Covered by
Steel Guitar Rag Merle Travis, Cliffie Stone Guitar Rag, Steel Guitar Rag Pee Wee King and His Golden West Cowboys Covered by (3 artists)

Releases

Albums

Title Performer Release date Label
Cool Cowboy Cliffie Stone 1959 Capitol Records
Square Dances Cliffie Stone's Band March 1947 Capitol Records

Singles

Title Performer Release date Label
Baby We're Really in Love Helen O'Connell with Cliffie Stone's Music January 1952 Capitol Records
Bim Bam Baby Jeanne Gayle with Cliffie Stone's Music August 1952 Capitol Records
Blues Stay Away from Me Merle Travis, Eddie Kirk, Tennessee Ernie with Cliffie Stone's Band November 1949 Capitol Records
Blue Suede Shoes Bob Roubian with Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra February 1956 Capitol Records
Bryant's Boogie Jimmy Bryant with Cliffie Stone's Band 1950 Capitol Records
(Come on Home and) Sing the Blues to Daddy Cliffie Stone's Square Dance Orchestra, Called By Don Stewart August 1969 Capitol Records
Cool Water - Black Eyed Peas and Corn Bread Sunshine Girls with Cliffie Stonehead's Harmony Homesteaders - Herman the Hermit and His Mountain Men 1945 Lariat [1]
Dusty Skies Dale Evans - Cliffie Stonehead's Orchestra with Art West and The Sunset Riders 1945 Bel-Tone Records
Hey, Mr. Cotton Picker Tennessee Ernie with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra April 18, 1953 Capitol Records
I'm Hog-Tied over You Tennessee Ernie and Ella Mae Morse with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra September 8, 1952 Capitol Records
Just Like Two Drops of Water Bucky Tibbs with Cliffie Stone's Hometown Jamboree Gang March 1951 Capitol Records
Listen to the Mockingbird Cliffie Stone and His Hometown Hepcats February 1953 Capitol Records
Please, Please Cliffie Stone and His Hepcats September 1954 Capitol Records
Rock City Boogie Tennessee Ernie and The Dinning Sisters with Cliffie Stone's Music December 31, 1951 Capitol Records
Rock Island Line Merrill Moore with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra March 1956 Capitol Records
Rub-A-Dub-Dub Helen O'Connell with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra June 1953 Capitol Records
Slow Poke Helen O'Connell with Cliffie Stone's Music October 1951 Capitol Records
Tennessee Local Tennessee Ernie with Cliffie Stone's Orchestra August 2, 1952 Capitol Records
The Boom Song Jeanne Gayle with Cliffie Stone's Music May 1952 Capitol Records
The Popcorn Song Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra May 1955 Capitol Records
The Waltz You Saved for Me Cliffie Stone and His Barn Dance Orchestra June 1951 Capitol Records
When My Blue Moon Turns to Gold Again Cliffie Stone and His Orchestra 1948 Capitol Records

Performances also appear on

Title Performer Release date Label
Cowboy Hit Parade various artists August 1947 Capitol Records

Reported errors

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