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Anita Carter: Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set)

7-CD box (LP-Size) with 76-page book 173 tracks. Playing time 456:49 mns.

Anita Carter began singing on the radio with her mother, Maybelle, and the famous Carter Family when she was barely four years old. By the time she was 17, she was a press agent's dream, just beginning a career that should have skyrocketed her to fame and fortune. Despite her lineage, breathtaking beauty, and prodigious talent, Anita Carter never became a star. Many, including Elvis and Hank Williams, were smitten with her, while others including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings commented on her remarkable voice, calling her the finest female vocalist in country music. Anita Carter was the first to record Ring Of Fire, and, through the years, she recorded for RCA Victor, Columbia, Capitol, Mercury and United Artists, as well as Cadence. She also recorded duets with Hank Snow, Waylon Jennings, and Johnny Darrell, and made historic performances with Hank Williams and Johnny Cash.

All of her recordings from 1950 – 1972 - including all the unissued sides - are in this 7 CD set. A total of 173 recordings. This set also includes the first CD reissue of the entire repertoire of Nita, Rita and Ruby from 1955-1957, as well as Anita Carter's final recordings from 1996 - a previously unreleased session with her sister Helen and guitarist Jerry Hensley, recorded in Bristol, close to the site of the landmark 1927 sessions with the original Carter family. This box contains a wealth of previously unseen photos from Anita Carter’s daughter Lorrie, her friend Vicky Langdon, and memorabilia from Anita Carter's career. Also featured are new interviews and a detailed biography by Hank Davis, examining both her personal life and professional career. This set also contains a discography by Richard Weize.

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  • Interpret: Anita Carter

  • Album titlle: Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set)

  • Genre Country

  • Label Bear Family Records

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Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01 Somebody's Crying Anita Carter
02 Johnnie's Got A Sweetheart Anita Carter
03 Someone Else, Not Me Anita Carter
04 Freight Train Blues Anita Carter
05 Just You And I Anita Carter
06 Careless Love Anita Carter
07 Down The Trail Of Achin' Hearts (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
08 Bluebird Island (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
09 Right Way, Wrong Way Anita Carter
10 When I Lost You Anita Carter
11 (Go Away) I Want To Be Blue Anita Carter
12 I'm Crying Anita Carter
13 I Can't Help It (& HANK WILLIAMS) Anita Carter
14 Keep It A Secret Anita Carter
15 Cool, Cold Shoulder Anita Carter
16 There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight Anita Carter
17 Heartless Romance Anita Carter
18 Don Juan Anita Carter
19 Faithless Johnny Lee Anita Carter
20 Making Believe Anita Carter
21 I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven Anita Carter
22 Keep Your Promise, Willie Thomas (& H. SNOW) Anita Carter
23 It's You, Only You, That I Love (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
24 That's What Makes The Juke Box Play Anita Carter
25 Here We Are Again Anita Carter
26 I'm Sorry If That's The Way You Feel Anita Carter
27 The Mask On Your Heart Anita Carter
28 I Wore Dark Glasses (At Your Wedding) Anita Carter
29 False Hearted Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01 A Tear Fell Anita Carter
02 One Heartache At A Time Anita Carter
03 He's A Real Gone Guy Anita Carter
04 Believe It Or Not Anita Carter
05 Maybe Anita Carter
06 Do You Remember Anita Carter
07 If I Had A Needle And Thread Anita Carter
08 Blue Doll Anita Carter
09 Go Away, Johnnie Anita Carter
10 Mama Don't Cry At My Wedding Anita Carter
11 Tryin' To Forget About You Anita Carter
12 That's All I Want From You Anita Carter
13 Moon Girl Anita Carter
14 If Today Were Yesterday (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
15 For Sale (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
16 Rose Of Old Monterey (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
17 My Adobe Hacienda (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
18 I Never Will Marry (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
19 Mockin' Bird Hill (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
20 No Letter Today (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
21 I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
22 If It's Wrong To Love You (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
23 When My Blue Moon Turn To Gold Again (& SNOW) Anita Carter
24 Promised To John (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
25 Let's Pretend (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
26 A Pair Of Broken Hearts (& HANK SNOW) Anita Carter
27 Another Man Done Gone (& JOHNNY CASH) Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01 All My Trials Anita Carter
02 Voice Of The Bayou Anita Carter
03 Sour Grapes Anita Carter
04 Johnny, I Hardly Knew You Anita Carter
05 My Love Anita Carter
06 (Love's) Ring Of Fire Anita Carter
07 Fair And Tender Ladies Anita Carter
08 Satan's Child Anita Carter
09 Fly Pretty Swallow Anita Carter
10 At The Sparrow Goes Anita Carter
11 Running Back Anita Carter
12 The Kentucky Song Anita Carter
13 Brian Anita Carter
14 A Few Short Years Ago Anita Carter
15 Take Me Home Anita Carter
16 Farewell Anita Carter
17 I Never Will Marry Anita Carter
18 No, My Love, No Anita Carter
19 Wildwood Flower Anita Carter
20 This Life I'm Living Anita Carter
21 John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man Anita Carter
22 My Love Loves Me Anita Carter
23 Bury Me Beneath The Willow Anita Carter
24 Beautiful Isle O'er The Sea Anita Carter
25 John, John, John Anita Carter
26 In The Highways (I'll Be Somewhere Working Anita Carter
27 For My Lord) Anita Carter
28 Little Things Mean A Lot Anita Carter
29 Stop Being Mean To Your Baby Anita Carter
30 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01 That's What It's Like To Be Lonesome Anita Carter
02 Twelve O'clock High Anita Carter
03 Carmel By The Sea Anita Carter
04 Is It For Me Anita Carter
05 I'm Counting On You Anita Carter
06 I've Heard The Wind Blow Before Anita Carter
07 I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) Anita Carter
08 Hang A Little Sign Anita Carter
09 You Couldn't Get My Love Back (If You Tried) Anita Carter
10 I'm Gonna Leave You Anita Carter
11 I Won't Change For You Anita Carter
12 The Trains Don't Go There Anymore Anita Carter
13 Love Me Now (While I Am Living) Anita Carter
14 I Don't Need You Anymore Anita Carter
15 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me (Last Night) Anita Carter
16 It's My Life (And I'll Live It) Anita Carter
17 All Of Me Belongs To You (& WAYLON JENNINGS) Anita Carter
18 No One's Gonna Miss Me (& WAYLON JENNINGS) Anita Carter
19 Rings Of Gold (& WAYLON JENNINGS) Anita Carter
20 I Got You (& WAYLON JENNINGS) Anita Carter
21 Twelve O'Clock High (original) Anita Carter
22 Twelve O'Clock High (1st overdub) Anita Carter
23 Love Me Now (While I Am Living)(w/o trumpets) Anita Carter
24 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me (take 7) Anita Carter
25 So Afraid Anita Carter
26 To Be A Child Again Anita Carter
27 Too Many Rivers Anita Carter
28 Baby For You Anita Carter
29 The Other Side Of The Coin Anita Carter
30 A Couple Like Us Anita Carter
31 Coming Off The Roads Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01 Morning Sun Anita Carter
02 Sound Of Different Drums Anita Carter
03 Cry Softly Anita Carter
04 Us Anita Carter
05 Where Is The Start Of Lonely Anita Carter
06 Tulsa Country Anita Carter
07 Angel's Heaven Anita Carter
08 Loving Him Was Easier Anita Carter
09 I'd Rather Be Sorry Anita Carter
10 Until It's Time For You To Go Anita Carter
11 Loving Him Was Easier Anita Carter
12 Summer Sand Anita Carter
13 A Whole Lotta Lovin' Anita Carter
14 Make Up The Difference Anita Carter
15 Angel's Heaven Anita Carter
16 When Love Dies Anita Carter
17 He Taught Me All The Right Ways Anita Carter
18 Once Around The Briar Patch Anita Carter
19 How To Be A Woman Anita Carter
20 Too Much Of A Man (To Be Tied Down) Anita Carter
21 Walk On Out Of My Mind Anita Carter
22 Love Is On The Way Anita Carter
23 There's So Much Love Left Over Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 6
01 Where Is The Start Of Lonely Anita Carter
02 Tulsa Country Anita Carter
03 Angel's Heaven Anita Carter
04 Loving Him Was Easier Anita Carter
05 I'd Rather Be Sorry Anita Carter
06 Until It's Time For You To Go Anita Carter
07 Loving Him Was Easier Anita Carter
08 Summer Sand Anita Carter
09 A Whole Lotta Lovin' Anita Carter
10 I Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow (& H. CARTER) Anita Carter
11 I Never Will Marry (& HELEN CARTER) Anita Carter
12 Once Around The Briar Patch (& H. CARTER) Anita Carter
13 Gold Watch And Chain (& JERRY HENSLEY) Anita Carter
14 It's All Over Now Baby Blue (& HENSLEY) Anita Carter
15 God Is Anita Carter
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 7
01 Rock Love Anita Carter
02 Pledging My Love Anita Carter
03 But I Love You Just The Same Anita Carter
04 Lovey Lips Anita Carter
05 Give Me Love Anita Carter
06 Whose Baby Are You Anita Carter
07 Borrowed Diamonds Anita Carter
08 Hi De Ank Tum Anita Carter
09 At The Old Town Hall Anita Carter
10 Jimmy Unknown Anita Carter
11 Last Night In My Dreams Anita Carter
12 Leroy Anita Carter
13 Not Any More Anita Carter
14 Losin' My Baby Again Anita Carter
15 My Man True To Me Anita Carter
16 I Just Won't Care Anymore Anita Carter
17 (He Said Yeah) Baby You're The One Anita Carter
18 My Sweet Love Ain't Around Anita Carter
19 You Came To The Prom Alone Anita Carter
Anita Carter Appalachian Angel When you visit Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame,... more
"Anita Carter"

Anita Carter

Appalachian Angel

When you visit Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame, one of the most striking exhibits you'll see is a wall-size screen on which a grainy black & white moving picture image of Hank Williams is projected. Williams, less than nine months from his untimely death, was appearing on the nationally televised 'Kate Smith Show.' His performance of I Can't Help It is particularly memorable. Sitting next to the gaunt singer and duetting with him is a demure, breathtakingly beautiful 19-year old woman named Anita Carter. Williams looks smitten.

He wasn't the first or the last. Whether by her looks, her undeniable charm, or her musicianship, Anita Carter had that effect on many people. As bassist Bob Moore observed years later, "Just about every guy in Nashville was in love with her back then." Anita was also part of the legendary Carter Family, a country music institution as much now as in 1952 when Williams and Carter shared the TV stage.

Anita Carter was a press agent's dream, just beginning a career that should have skyrocketed her to fame and fortune. But somehow it never did. Despite her pedigree, her sumptuous beauty and prodigious talent, Anita Carter never became a star. Today, she is largely remembered as 'One of the Carter Family' or 'June's sister.' If you consult Anita Carter's name in the 'Encyclopedia of Folk, Country & Western Music' by Stambler & Landon, the entry tells you to "See Carter, June." Sadly, it is a perfect summary of her career. Asthis collection of 173 recordings demonstrates, Anita Carter deserved much better.

 

 

Carter Family History

Anita Carter was born to Maybelle Addington Carter and her husband, Ezra J. (Eck) Carter, in Maces Springs, Virginia on March 31, 1933. She was christened Ina Anita Carter although the first name never took hold. Anita explains that one of her father's former girlfriends was named Ina, and that at the time of her birth her mother was feeling somewhat resentful of her husband's former girlfriends. The puckish choice of her legal first name never was used by the family; from her infancy she was simply known as Anita.

Anita's friend Vicki Langdon recalls, "Anita was the only one of the three Carter sisters born in the homestead at the foot of Clinch Mountain in Maces Springs. She was very proud of that. She loved that valley. Helen and June were born farther up Clinch Mountain. Their parents had a house at the top when Helen - the first child - was born. Then Mr. Carter built another little house midway down the mountain when June was born, and then they moved into the big house right before Anita was born."

Of course her mother, later known far and wide as Mother Maybelle, was a member of the legendary Carter Family. That group consisted of Maybelle Carter, her first cousin, Sara Dougherty Carter, and Sara's husband, Alvin Pleasant ('A.P.') Carter, who was Ezra's brother. From their first recordings for the Victor Company in August 1927 to the breakup of the group in 1943, the Carter Family was the preeminent family group in country music. They were elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1970.

Legend has it that Anita was singing almost from infancy. As she has often claimed, she began singing professionally from the age of four, but didn't start getting paid for it until she was six. The professional singing began in earnest in Del Rio, Texas, where the Carter Family had both an early morning and an evening show six days a week on XERA, broadcast from across the border in Villa Acuna, Coahuila, Mexico. At a time when the most powerful clear channel stations in the United States were limited to 50,000 watts, XERA's 500,000 watts at 735 kilocycles could be received in every state in the United States and at least 15 foreign countries. It and the other so-called border blasters were a potent force in transmitting country and gospel music to a wide audience.

XERA also dealt in another form of potency. The virtually unregulated radio station was the haven of snake oil salesmen, pitching cures for everything from impotence to insomnia. John Lilly's research on the Carter Family includes the following fascinating incident: "Anita Carter was only four years old when she first saw Dr. John Romulus Brinkley in 1938 at a mansion in Del Rio, Texas but it was a sight she never forgot: a goat-bearded, diamond-studded, round spectacled man, floating down the stairs with a pet monkey on his shoulder." Dr. Brinkley had built the most powerful radio station in the world and blanketed North America with sales pitches for all manner of quack remedies. Along with unctions and potions, Brinkley also performed meat-ball surgery on a steady stream of listener/customers, grafting goat testicles on to their human counterparts for the bargain price of $750 per 15-minute operation. You could even pick your favorite goat from his herd, assuming you didn't bring your own specimen animal with you. A Chicago company, Consolidated Royal Chemical, also used XERA airwaves to sell patent medicines. All of this quackery was surrounded by the best in country music entertainment and the Carter Family (featuring Anita's mother, Maybelle, her uncle A.P., and her aunt Sara) were a central part of that.

When the Carter Family first went to Texas, Helen and June had been left with their grandmother Addington and their aunt, Sylvia Carter, but Anita was the youngest and most vocal protester and was thus taken along. She recalled some mornings when she'd be awakened at 4:00 a.m. and "Mom just took me over, and I'd sleep in the guitar case in between songs and she'd wake me up and tell me to go to the microphone and sing and then I'd get back in the guitar case." It was the stuff of pure legends. Historian John Lilly takes up the story: "One day, Maybelle told little Anita to sing her favorite song into the microphone, the one about the ‘purty liddle kitty kat that wore a great big cowboy hat.’ The show's producers were ecstatic. That cute little girl had the Carter gift, they said. Were there any more at home like her? Why, yes, Mother Maybelle said. There were her two daughters, Helen and June, and there was A.P. and Sara's daughter, Janette. For the next three years, two generations of Carters sang to an audience spanning the continent, and a generation of budding country stars got a musical education that shaped them forever."

Vicki Langdon recalls, "Anita told me that her family had worked with Jimmie Rodgers during those Bristol sessions. There was a picture of him with her family at their house in Virginia. She got it in her mind when she was a little child that Jimmie Rodgers had taken her mother away from her and made her go out on the road with him. So she got a pen or a pencil and took that photo and poked out Jimmie Rodgers' face. Later on when she heard he had died she was convinced she had killed him. She was quite a bit older before she realized that's not how things work."

After the first season in Texas, during which Helen and June were fetched, the Carter Family moved to San Antonio, where they recorded a great number of transcriptions for broadcast on border stations such as XERA, XEG, Monterey and XENT, Nuevo Laredo. Not only were the original Carter Family on the transcriptions, but the girls were too, both collectively and individually.

The Carter Family continued to winter in Texas, cutting transcriptions, until late 1942, when they moved to Charlotte, North Carolina to appear on WBT. Historian Mark Zwonitzer provides a telling image of the Carter Family in their final job before they disbanded for good. "Their radio show aired live, every morning as the farmers got up and got going, from 5:15 to 6:15. Monday through Saturday, the Carters wakened before dawn, fixed hot biscuits and gravy in the little kitchenette, and made their way to the station. 'Anita never woke up at all,' June wrote. 'She hugged the bedpost while I put on her jeans. I steered her through the streets to the station and up the elevator into the studio.' Steering Anita was a lot harder now that she had the bass fiddle. It was a lumbering five feet tall, a half foot higher than Anita's own self, and she had to stand on a chair just to play it." Following the job at WBT,the original family act broke up. A.P. and Sara, separated since 1933 and divorced since the late 1930s, went their separate ways at last: he back to Virginia where he opened a general store in Maces Springs; Sara and her second husband, Coy Bays (A.P.'s cousin, whom she had married in 1939) to California.

Maybelle and her daughters promptly went on the road as Mother Maybelle and the Carter Sisters, but that was not a new development; they had toured together in southeast Virginia and the surrounding states during the summers before the original group's demise. In 1943, soon after the breakup of the original group, they moved their base of operations to an early morning show on WRNL in Richmond, continuing to do personal appearances six days a week. By the late 1940s, the Carter Family (Mother Maybelle and her three daughters) were one of literally thousands of homespun country acts appearing on local radio stations for regional audiences. Admittedly, they were better than many – perhaps, most. And, like most, they hoped for a national audience. Border stations in Mexico were no longer an option. They needed a trip to Nashville, Tennessee and an audition on the Grand Ole Opry.

By 1946 they shifted to the 'Old Dominion Barn Dance' on WRVA, the largest station in Richmond, Virginia. It was a step in the right direction. In 1948, they moved to WNOX in Knoxville, Tennessee to appear on the Midday Merry-Go-Round, a breeding ground for first- rate country talent. Station manager Lowell Blanchard wistfully observed, "We educate 'em and Nashville gets 'em." The Carters were now 100 miles closer to Nashville than they were in Maces Springs.

It was in Knoxville that they were joined by a young guitar player and sometime fiddler named Chester B. Atkins. Anita recalled to Mark Zwonitzer, "When I heard Chester and Homer & Jethro start playing, my mouth dropped about ten miles. There was no better group in the world." June concurred, recalling, "We sat at their feet. Especially Chester's." The fulltime union between Chet and the Carter Family sometime in 1949 proved to be a boon to both of their careers. It provided a musical synergy that expanded their repertoires and their appeal on the road. According to Zwonitzer, they were a "dynamic and self-contained road show act." Atkins later recalled, "I don't know what the hell would have happened to me if I hadn't run into the Carters."

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Tracklist
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 1
01 Somebody's Crying
02 Johnnie's Got A Sweetheart
03 Someone Else, Not Me
04 Freight Train Blues
05 Just You And I
06 Careless Love
07 Down The Trail Of Achin' Hearts (& HANK SNOW)
08 Bluebird Island (& HANK SNOW)
09 Right Way, Wrong Way
10 When I Lost You
11 (Go Away) I Want To Be Blue
12 I'm Crying
13 I Can't Help It (& HANK WILLIAMS)
14 Keep It A Secret
15 Cool, Cold Shoulder
16 There'll Be No Teardrops Tonight
17 Heartless Romance
18 Don Juan
19 Faithless Johnny Lee
20 Making Believe
21 I Dreamed Of A Hillbilly Heaven
22 Keep Your Promise, Willie Thomas (& H. SNOW)
23 It's You, Only You, That I Love (& HANK SNOW)
24 That's What Makes The Juke Box Play
25 Here We Are Again
26 I'm Sorry If That's The Way You Feel
27 The Mask On Your Heart
28 I Wore Dark Glasses (At Your Wedding)
29 False Hearted
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 2
01 A Tear Fell
02 One Heartache At A Time
03 He's A Real Gone Guy
04 Believe It Or Not
05 Maybe
06 Do You Remember
07 If I Had A Needle And Thread
08 Blue Doll
09 Go Away, Johnnie
10 Mama Don't Cry At My Wedding
11 Tryin' To Forget About You
12 That's All I Want From You
13 Moon Girl
14 If Today Were Yesterday (& HANK SNOW)
15 For Sale (& HANK SNOW)
16 Rose Of Old Monterey (& HANK SNOW)
17 My Adobe Hacienda (& HANK SNOW)
18 I Never Will Marry (& HANK SNOW)
19 Mockin' Bird Hill (& HANK SNOW)
20 No Letter Today (& HANK SNOW)
21 I Dreamed Of An Old Love Affair (& HANK SNOW)
22 If It's Wrong To Love You (& HANK SNOW)
23 When My Blue Moon Turn To Gold Again (& SNOW)
24 Promised To John (& HANK SNOW)
25 Let's Pretend (& HANK SNOW)
26 A Pair Of Broken Hearts (& HANK SNOW)
27 Another Man Done Gone (& JOHNNY CASH)
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 3
01 All My Trials
02 Voice Of The Bayou
03 Sour Grapes
04 Johnny, I Hardly Knew You
05 My Love
06 (Love's) Ring Of Fire
07 Fair And Tender Ladies
08 Satan's Child
09 Fly Pretty Swallow
10 At The Sparrow Goes
11 Running Back
12 The Kentucky Song
13 Brian
14 A Few Short Years Ago
15 Take Me Home
16 Farewell
17 I Never Will Marry
18 No, My Love, No
19 Wildwood Flower
20 This Life I'm Living
21 John Hardy Was A Desperate Little Man
22 My Love Loves Me
23 Bury Me Beneath The Willow
24 Beautiful Isle O'er The Sea
25 John, John, John
26 In The Highways (I'll Be Somewhere Working
27 For My Lord)
28 Little Things Mean A Lot
29 Stop Being Mean To Your Baby
30 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 4
01 That's What It's Like To Be Lonesome
02 Twelve O'clock High
03 Carmel By The Sea
04 Is It For Me
05 I'm Counting On You
06 I've Heard The Wind Blow Before
07 I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)
08 Hang A Little Sign
09 You Couldn't Get My Love Back (If You Tried)
10 I'm Gonna Leave You
11 I Won't Change For You
12 The Trains Don't Go There Anymore
13 Love Me Now (While I Am Living)
14 I Don't Need You Anymore
15 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me (Last Night)
16 It's My Life (And I'll Live It)
17 All Of Me Belongs To You (& WAYLON JENNINGS)
18 No One's Gonna Miss Me (& WAYLON JENNINGS)
19 Rings Of Gold (& WAYLON JENNINGS)
20 I Got You (& WAYLON JENNINGS)
21 Twelve O'Clock High (original)
22 Twelve O'Clock High (1st overdub)
23 Love Me Now (While I Am Living)(w/o trumpets)
24 You Weren't Ashamed To Kiss Me (take 7)
25 So Afraid
26 To Be A Child Again
27 Too Many Rivers
28 Baby For You
29 The Other Side Of The Coin
30 A Couple Like Us
31 Coming Off The Roads
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 5
01 Morning Sun
02 Sound Of Different Drums
03 Cry Softly
04 Us
05 Where Is The Start Of Lonely
06 Tulsa Country
07 Angel's Heaven
08 Loving Him Was Easier
09 I'd Rather Be Sorry
10 Until It's Time For You To Go
11 Loving Him Was Easier
12 Summer Sand
13 A Whole Lotta Lovin'
14 Make Up The Difference
15 Angel's Heaven
16 When Love Dies
17 He Taught Me All The Right Ways
18 Once Around The Briar Patch
19 How To Be A Woman
20 Too Much Of A Man (To Be Tied Down)
21 Walk On Out Of My Mind
22 Love Is On The Way
23 There's So Much Love Left Over
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 6
01 Where Is The Start Of Lonely
02 Tulsa Country
03 Angel's Heaven
04 Loving Him Was Easier
05 I'd Rather Be Sorry
06 Until It's Time For You To Go
07 Loving Him Was Easier
08 Summer Sand
09 A Whole Lotta Lovin'
10 I Ain't Goin' To Work Tomorrow (& H. CARTER)
11 I Never Will Marry (& HELEN CARTER)
12 Once Around The Briar Patch (& H. CARTER)
13 Gold Watch And Chain (& JERRY HENSLEY)
14 It's All Over Now Baby Blue (& HENSLEY)
15 God Is
Carter, Anita - Appalachian Angel 1950-72 & 1996 (7CD Deluxe Box Set) Box set 7
01 Rock Love
02 Pledging My Love
03 But I Love You Just The Same
04 Lovey Lips
05 Give Me Love
06 Whose Baby Are You
07 Borrowed Diamonds
08 Hi De Ank Tum
09 At The Old Town Hall
10 Jimmy Unknown
11 Last Night In My Dreams
12 Leroy
13 Not Any More
14 Losin' My Baby Again
15 My Man True To Me
16 I Just Won't Care Anymore
17 (He Said Yeah) Baby You're The One
18 My Sweet Love Ain't Around
19 You Came To The Prom Alone