The following discography includes feature acts that Joe Babcock has recorded with, either as a soloist or with the group listed and
does not include vocal backing that was done with the Nashville Edition over a period of 30 years. Where possible, dates are given
but in most instances these are approximate.
l958-PRESIDENT RECORDS-Recorded in Los Angeles, California. Single record-A Way of Life,
b side The Wonder of Love.
l960-Decca Records- Tompall and the Glaser Brothers-Recorded at Columbia Studios (the old Owen Bradley quonset
hut on l6th Ave. in Nashville, Tn.) In all Glaser Brothers recordings listed, the personnel were Tompall Glaser, Jim Glaser, and Joe
Babcock. Joe sang with the Glasers from l959 to l961 while brother Chuck Glaser was in the army. 1. This Land is Your Land. 2. She
Loves The Love I Give Her. 3. Sylvie. 4. Lay Down The Gun. 5. Twenty One Miles From Home. 6. Chilly Winds. 7. Down The Mountain. 8.
I Never Will Marry. 9. Careless Love, Goodbye. 10. Alibi. 11.Wreck of The Old Number Nine. 12. Erie Canal.
Product of Decca Records- Album-"Country Folks"-Tompall and the Glaser Bros. 1. Judy's Growing Up. Sweet Love Goodbye. 3. I'll Never
Tell. 4. Blow Out the Candles. 5. Tired of Crying Over You. 6. Oh Little Mary. 7. Mr. Lonesome. 8. Let Me Down Easy. 9. Same Old Memories.
10. Ooie Gooie.
1960 or 1961-MGM-Album- Through The Eyes of Love-Tompall and the Glaser Bros. 1. You Only Pass This Way One Time. 2. The Moods of
Mary. 3. What Does it Take. 4. I Chose You. 5. The Great El Tigre. 6. Through The Eyes of Love. 7. Where Has All The Love Gone. 8.
Woman, Woman. 9. How Are You Brown Eyes. 10. That's How A Woman S'Pose To Be. 11. I'm Sorry Roseanna.
Single Records cut with Tompall
Glaser, Jim Glaser, and Joe Babcock under the name of Tonpall and The Glaser Bros. 1. The Last Thing On My Mind. 2. More or Less.
or 1961- Starday Records- The Jim Glaser Singers-consisting of Tompall Glaser, Jim Glaser, and Joe Babcock- Album- "Old Time Christmas
Singing". 1. Deck The Halls. 2. The Christmas Song. 3. We Three Kings. 4. Little Town of Bethlehem. 5. Frosty The Snowman. 6. Angels
We Have Heard On High. 7. Jingle Bells. 8. Hark The Herald Angels Sing. 9. Silent Night. 10. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus. 11.
Away In A Manger. 12. Oh Come All Ye Faithful.
1965-Somerset Records-The Optimists and Me-"You'll Never Walk Alone". This album was
actually Joe Babcock doing most of the solo work accompanied by the Jordanaires, a group in Nashville known for their extensive vocal
backing, especially with Elvis Presley. 1. You'll Never Walk Alone. 2. John Henry. 3. A Man Must Live In Dignity. 4. My Valley. 5.
The Truth Is In The Wind. 6. I Believe. 7. It's Gonna Be Okay. 8. When I've Learned Enough. 9. Whose Side Are You On.