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CD 1

  1. U.N. Spokesperson: War starts in Korea' (June 25, 1950) (narration)
  2. Lightnin' Hopkins: War News Blues
  3. Sunshine Boys Quartet: God Please Protect America
  4. Wally Fowler and His Oakridge Quartet: Pray, Pray, Pray (For The U.S.A.)
  5. President Truman: President Truman speaks on war in Korea (April 1951) (narration)
  6. Hank Harral and His Palomino Cowhands: When They Raised The U.N. Flag In South Korea
  7. The Four Barons: Got To Go Back Again
  8. Sunnyland Slim and His Trio: Back To Korea Blues
  9. Harry Choates and His Fiddle: Korea, Here We Come
  10. Vince Mondi: Goodbye Maria (I'm Off To Korea)
  11. Paul Mims: My New Career Is In Korea
  12. Vance Brothers: Draftboard Blues
  13. Ray Anderson and Tennessee Mountaineers: Draft Board Blues
  14. Arkie Shibley and His Mountain Dew Boys: Uncle Sam Has Called My Number
  15. Smilin' Eddie Varnado and The Delta Ranch Hands: I'm A Soldier Boy Again
  16. Harvey Stone: Here We Go Again
  17. Fats Domino: Korea Blues
  18. Clifford Blivens with the Johnny Otis Band: Korea Blues
  19. Willie Brown: Korea Blues
  20. Max Bailey: Sorry Girl Blues
  21. B.B. King: Questionnaire Blues
  22. John Lee Hooker: Questionnaire Blues
  23. Sonny Thompson: Uncle Sam Blues
  24. Lloyd Price and His Orchestra: Mailman Blues
  25. Big Boy Crudup: Mr. So And So
  26. Bob Newman: Greetings
  27. Tani Allen and His Tennessee Pals: I'm Back In The Army
  28. Cactus Pryor and His Pricklypears: (In Again, Out Again) Packing Up My Barracks Bags Blues
  29. Montana Slim (Wilf Carter, The Singing Cowboy): The K.P. Blues
  30. Vic Damone / Vaughn Monroe: Message From Vic Damone (incl. excerpt from 'Sound Off' by Willie Lee Duckworth)
  31. The Rockets and Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra: The Girls Are Marching

CD 2

  1. Newsreel Announcer: Heading for Korea
  2. The Gospel Pilgrims: Korea (Fightin' In The Foreign Land)
  3. Bill Cason: Foxhole In Korea
  4. Steve Rogers: Inchon
  5. Jimmie Osborne: Thank God For Victory In Korea
  6. John Carpino: The Ballad Of Chosin
  7. Oscar Brand & Short Arms: We're Moving On
  8. J.B. Lenoir: I'm In Korea
  9. Narrated by Eric Sevareid / Robert Pierpoint, CBS News: Robert Pierpoint under fire in Korea' (May 17, 1951) (narration)
  10. Delmore Brothers: Heartbreak Ridge
  11. Ernest Tubb: A Heartsick Soldier On Heartbreak Ridge
  12. The Four Lads with Narration by Edward R. Murrow: Where The Need Is
  13. Elton Britt: Korean Mud
  14. Howdy Doody: Request for blood donations
  15. Tommy (Weepin' and Cryin') Brown: No News From Home
  16. Sherman "Blues" Johnson & His Clouds of Joy: Lost In Korea
  17. Jack Powers: From A Foxhole
  18. William Cook Accompanied by The Marshall Brothers: A Soldier's Prayer
  19. Rocky Porter: Please Say A Prayer (For The Boys Over There)
  20. Lightnin' Hopkins: Sad News From Korea
  21. Sonny Osborne: A Brother In Korea
  22. The Louvin Brothers: From Mother's Arms To Korea
  23. Carl Sauceman and The Green Valley Boys: Wrap My Body In Old Glory
  24. Slim Rhodes: Red White And Blue
  25. Elton Britt and The Skytoppers: Rotation Blues
  26. Billy Mize with Bill Woods and His Orange Blossom Playboys: Pusan
  27. Jim Eanes: A Prisoner Of War
  28. Kay Kellum and His Dixie Ramblers: When I Get Back
  29. The Kalvin Brothers: Somewhere In Korea

CD 3

  1. Newsreel Announcer: A GI Writes to His Kids
  2. Red Foley: Dear Little Girls
  3. Tex Ritter: Daddy's Last Letter
  4. Tiny Hill: Two Letters
  5. Jackie Doll and His Pickled Peppers: When They Drop The Atomic Bomb
  6. Alan Jackson, CBS News / President Truman: The Truman
  7. R.D. Hendon With The Western Jamboree Cowboys: Oh! Mr. President
  8. General MacArthur: General Of The Army Douglas MacArthur Reports To Congress' (April 19, 1951) (narration)
  9. Gene Autry: Old Soldiers Never Die
  10. Jimmie Short and the Silver Saddle Ranch Boys: (Old Generals Never Die) They Just Fade Away
  11. Ray Snead: Fade Away Baby
  12. James E. Van Zandt: Rep. James E. Van Zandt supports the use of the Atomic Bomb in Korea' (May 8, 1953) (narration)
  13. Skeets McDonald: Please Daddy, Don't Go To War
  14. George Simerly and His Tennesseans: Why Does The Army Need My Daddy
  15. Cecil Gant: God Bless My Daddy
  16. Oklahoma Sweethearts: Don't Steal Daddy's Medal
  17. Jimmie Heap and The Melody Masters: God Is On Our Side
  18. The Dixie Ramblers: I'll Be Glad When It's Over (Over There)
  19. Roscoe Hankins: I'm Prayin' For The Day (When Peace Will Come)
  20. Edna McGriff: Heavenly Father
  21. Gene Autry: At Mail Call Today
  22. Jean Shepard with Recitation by Ferlin Husky: A Dear John Letter
  23. Pete Lane and Bernice Stabile: John's Reply
  24. Jack Cardwell: Dear Joan
  25. Jean Shepard with Recitation by Ferlin Husky: Forgive Me John
  26. Emitt Slay Trio: Male Call
  27. Hank Penny: A Letter From Home
  28. The Promenade Band with Male Chorus: I Like Ike
  29. General Eisenhower: I shall go to Korea...' (October 24, 1952) (narration)
  30. Little Maxie: Drive Soldier Drive
  31. Eddie Kirk: Five Star President

CD 4

  1. President Eisenhower: 'announces an armistice in Korea...' (July 27, 1953) (narration)
  2. Sister Rosetta Tharpe: There's Peace In Korea
  3. The Revelers: Ike
  4. Jimmie Osborne: The Korean Story
  5. Arthur Big Boy Crudup: The War Is Over
  6. Lightening Hopkins: The War Is Over
  7. Soldier Boy Houston: Leavin' Korea
  8. Jimmie Dale: Hello Maria
  9. King Perry Orchestra with Vocal by Dell St. John: Welcome Home Baby
  10. Rose Brown and Jimmie Harris with Bubbles and His Band: Back From Korea
  11. Dave Bartholomew: No More Black Nights
  12. Jimmy Witherspoon: Back Home
  13. Margie Collie: His New War Bride
  14. Newsreel Announcer: Harry Holt brings Korean war orphans to Portland, Oregon' (circa 1956) (narration)
  15. Kwan Li: The Legend Of Harry Holt
  16. Don Windle with Band: The Iron Curtain Has Parted
  17. Ernest Tubb: Missing In Action
  18. Smilin' Jim Eanes and His Shenandoah Valley Boys: Returned From Missing In Action
  19. Billy Strange: I'm Still A Prisoner
  20. Merle Travis: Re
  21. Red River Dave: The Red Deck Of Cards
  22. Eddie Hill: I Changed My Mind (And I'll Go Home Again)
  23. Jim & Jesse and The Virginia Boys: Purple Heart
  24. Don Red Barry: White Cross In Korea
  25. Marvin Rainwater: Korea's Mountain Northland
  26. Carl Sauceman with the Green Valley Boys: A White Cross Marks The Grave
  27. Elton Britt: The Unknown Soldier
  28. Red River Dave: Searching For You, Buddy
  29. Don Reno, Red Smiley And The Tennessee Cutups: Forgotten Men
  30. Dick Curless: China Nights (Shina No Yuro)
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Datum (JJJJ MM TT)
– 2018 03 23 (Ed.) [D]
– Bear Family Records BCD 17518  [D]
– Traditionalpop - Vocalpop [D]
– Country [D]
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