Burl Ives - Discography - Albums

Albums

  • Okeh Presents the Wayfaring Stranger (1941, Okeh K-3, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Asch 345, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1947 as Stinson 345, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Columbia C-103, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • BBC Presents The Martins and the Coys (1944, BBC World, 6 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Lonesome Train: A Musical Legend (1944, Decca A-375, 3 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as Decca DL 5054, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Sing Out, Sweet Land! (1945, Decca A-404, 6 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • A Collection of Ballads and Folk Songs (1945, Decca A-407, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as A Collection of Ballads and Folk Songs, Volume 1, Decca DL 5080, 10 inch 33⅓ rpm)
  • Ballads and Folk Songs, Volume 2 (1946, Decca A-431, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1949 as Decca DL 5013, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • A Collection of Ballads, Folk and Country Songs, Volume 3 (1949, Decca A-711, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as Decca DL 5093, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1949, Stinson SLP 1, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued circa 1954 as Blue Tail Fly and Other Favorites, Stinson SL 1, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Animal Fair: Songs for Children (1949, Columbia MJV 59, 2 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Mother Goose Songs (1949, Columbia MJV 61, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Return of the Wayfaring Stranger (1949, C-186, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, also released as Columbia CL 6058, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1950, Columbia CL 6109, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Hymns Sung by Burl Ives (1950, Columbia C-203, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm; Columbia CL 6115, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • More Folksongs (1950, Columbia C-213, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm; Columbia CL 6144, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings the Lollipop Tree, The Little Turtle, and The Moon Is the North Wind's Cookie (1950, Columbia MJV 110, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Tubby the Tuba (Victor Jory)/Animal Fair: Songs for Children (1950, Columbia JL 8013, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Sing Out, Sweet Land! (1950, Decca DL 8023, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm, reissued in 1962 as Decca DL 4304/74304 )
  • Historical America in Song (1950, Encyclopædia Britannica Films, 6 albums in 30 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Christmas Day in the Morning (1952, Decca DL 5428, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Folk Songs Dramatic and Humorous (1953, Decca DL 5467, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Women: Songs About the Fair Sex (1953, Decca DL 5490, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Coronation Concert (1954, Decca DL 8080, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1955, Columbia CL 628, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm, reissued in 1964 as Columbia CS 9041 )
  • The Wild Side of Life (album) (1955, Decca DL 8107, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Men: Songs for and About Men (1955, Decca DL 8125, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Down to the Sea in Ships (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Women: Folk Songs About the Fair Sex (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33⅓ rpm, with 4 additional songs)
  • Burl Ives Sings In the Quiet of the Night (1956, Decca DL 8247)
  • Burl Ives Sings... For Fun (1956, Decca DL 8248)
  • Children's Favorites (1956, Columbia CL 2570, 10 inch, 33⅓ rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings Songs for All Ages (1957, Columbia CL 980)
  • Christmas Eve with Burl Ives (1957, Decca DL 8391)
  • Songs of Ireland (1958, Decca DL 8444)
  • Captain Burl Ives' Ark (1958, Decca DL 8587)
  • Old Time Varieties (1958, Decca DL 8637)
  • Australian Folk Songs (1958, Decca DL 8749)
  • A Lincoln Treasury (contains Lonesome Train: A Musical Legend) (1959, Decca DL 9065)
  • Cheers (1959, Decca DL 8886/78886)
  • Burl Ives Sings Little White Duck and Other Children's Favorites (1959, Harmony HL 9507, reissued circa 1963 as Harmony HS 14507, reissued again in 1974 as Columbia C 33183 )
  • Ballads (1959, United Artists UAL 3030/UAS 6030)
  • Return of the Wayfaring Stranger (1960, Columbia CL 1459, 12 inch, 33/13 rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings Irving Berlin (1960, United Artists UAL 3117/UAS 6117)
  • Manhattan Troubadour (1961, United Artists Records UAL 3145/UAS 6145, reissued with two fewer songs as Burl Ives Favorites, 1970, Sunset SUS 5280)
  • The Best of Burl Ives (1961, Decca DX 167/DXS 7167, 2 records, reissued in 1973 as MCA 4034, 2 records)
  • The Versatile Burl Ives! (1961, Decca DL 4152/74152)
  • Songs of the West (1961, Decca DL 4179/74179, reissued as MCA 196)
  • It's Just My Funny Way of Laughin' (1962, Decca DL 4279/74279)
  • Burl Country Style (1962, Decca DL 4361/74361)
  • Spotlight on Burl Ives and the Folk Singers Three (1962, Design DLP/SDLP 156)
  • Sunshine in My Soul (1962, Decca DL 4329/74329)
  • Songs I Sang in Sunday School (1963, Word W-3229-LP/ WST-8130-LP)
  • Burl Ives and the Korean Orphan Choir Sing of Faith and Joy (1963, Word W-3259-LP/WST-8140-LP)
  • Singin' Easy (1963, Decca DL 4433/74433)
  • The Best of Burl's for Boys and Girls (1963, Decca DL 4390/74390, reissued in 1980 as MCA 98 )
  • Walt Disney Presents Summer Magic (1963, Buena Vista BV 3309/STER 4025)
  • Burl Ives Presents America's Musical Heritage (1963, Longines Symphonette Society LW 194-LW 199, 6 records)
  • Walt Disney Presents Burl Ives' Animal Folk (1963, Disneyland ST 3920)
  • Walt Disney Presents Burl Ives' Folk Lullabies (1964, Disneyland ST 3924)
  • Scouting Along with Burl Ives (1964, Columbia CSP 347)
  • True Love (1964, Decca DL 4533/74533)
  • Burl Ives Sings Pearly Shells and Other Favorites (1964, Decca DL 4578/74578, reissued as MCA 102)
  • Chim Chim Cheree and Other Children's Choices (1964, Disneyland ST 3927)
  • My Gal Sal and Other Favorites (1965, Decca DL 4606/74606)
  • On the Beach at Waikiki (1965, Decca DL 4668/74668)
  • Have a Holly Jolly Christmas (1965, Decca DL 4689/74689, reissued as MCA 237)
  • Shall We Gather at the River? (1965, Word W-3339-LP/WST-8339-LP)
  • The Lollipop Tree (1965, Harmony HL 9551/HS 14551)
  • The Daydreamer (1966, Columbia OL 6540/OS 2940)
  • Burl's Choice (1966, Decca DL 4734/74734)
  • Something Special (1966, Decca DL 4789/74789)
  • I Do Believe (1967, Word W-3391-LP/WST-8391-LP)
  • Burl Ives Sings (1967, Coronet CXS 271)
  • Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (album) (1967, Decca DL 4815/74815)
  • Greatest Hits (1967, Decca DL 4850/74850)
  • Burl's Broadway (1967, Decca DL 4876/74876)
  • The Big Country Hits (1968, Decca DL 4972/74972)
  • Sweet, Sad and Salty (1968, Decca DL 5028/75028)
  • The Times They Are A-Changin' (1968, Columbia CS 9675)
  • Christmas Album (1968, Columbia CS 9728)
  • Got the World by the Tail (1969, Harmony HS 11275)
  • Time (1970, Bell 6055, reissued as The Talented Man, 1978, Bulldog 1027)
  • How Great Thou Art (1971, Word WST-8537-LP)
  • Christmas at the White House (1972, Caedmon TC 1415)
  • Payin' My Dues Again (1973, MCA 318)
  • Song Book (1973, MCA Coral CB 20029)
  • Little Red Caboose and Other Children's Hits (1974, Disneyland 1359)
  • The Best of Burl Ives, Vol. 2 (1975, MCA 4089, 2 records)
  • Hugo the Hippo (1976, United Artists LA-637-G)
  • Christmas by the Bay (1977, United States Navy Band)
  • We Americans: A Musical Journey With Burl Ives (1978, National Geographic Society NGS 07806)
  • Live in Europe (1979, Polydor 2382094)

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