Hickory/MGM Album Discography
By Mike Callahan and David Edwards
Last update: January 25, 2000

In 1973, Hickory began an association with MGM that lasted about three years, after which Hickory switched to ABC distributorship. The MGM-Hickory labels were brown with the rainbow Hickory logo across the top and an MGM lion to the right of the album title. For a more complete Hickory label discography, covering both the years before and after the MGM years, please see our Hickory Discography Page.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Hickory Records or MGM Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2000 by Mike Callahan.


Number - Title - Artist [Release Date] (Chart) Contents

HR-4501 - Touch the Morning/That's What I'll Do - Don Gibson [1973] (10-73, #26 country)

H3G-4502 - The Very Best of Don Gibson - Don Gibson [1974] (7-74, #30 country)

HR-4503 - Warm Love - Don Gibson & Sue Thompson [1973]

HR-4504 - King of Country Music - Roy Acuff [1974] The Great Speckled Bird/Fireball Mail/This Precious Jewel/Pins And Needles (In My Heart)/The Wreck On The Highway/Unloved And Unclaimed//Wabash Cannon Ball/Don't Make Me Go To Bed And I'll Be Good/Old Age Pension Check/Night Train To Memphis/Lonely Mound Of Clay/The Automobile Of Life

HR-4505 - The Original B.J. Thomas - B.J. Thomas [canceled]

HR-4506 - Louisiana Man - Rusty & Doug Kershaw [1974] (6-74, #41 country)

HR-4507 - Back in the Country - Roy Acuff [1974]

HR-4508 - Still Loving You - Bob Luman [1974]

HR-4509 - Snap Your Fingers - Don Gibson [1974] (5-74, #21 country)

Series prefix changes:

H3F-4510 - Glenn Barber - Glenn Barber [1974]

H3F-4511 - Sweet Memories - Sue Thompson [1974]

H3G-4512 - I Remember - Redd Stewart [1974]

H3G-4513 - Both Sides of the Plainsmen - Plainsmen [1974]

H3G-4514 - California Lady - Roy Acuff, Jr. [1974]

H3G-4515 - ...And Love Me - Sue Thompson [1974] And Love Me (S)/Trains (S)/I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) (S)/Don't Try To Change Me (S)/The Language Of Love (S)/Straight To Helen (S)//Vals De Tennessee (Tennessee Waltz) (S)/The Very Thought Of Losing You (S)/My Daughter (S)/Paper Tiger (S)/Making Love To You Is Just Like Eating Peanuts (S)

H3G-4516 - Bring Back Your Love to Me - Don Gibson [1974] (12-74, #38 country)

H3G-4517 - Smoky Mountain Memories - Roy Acuff [1974]

H3G-4518 - The Way I Love My Mind - Carl Smith [1975] (3-75, #47 country)

H3G-4519 - I Wish Her Well - Don Gibson [1975] (6-75, #47 country)

H3G-4520 - Oh How Love Changes - Don Gibson & Sue Thompson [1975] (9-75, #43 country)

H3G-4521 - That's Country - Roy Acuff [1975]

H3G-4522 - The Girl I Love - Carl Smith [1975]

H3G-4523 - Big Mable Murphy - Sue Thompson [1975] Big Mable Murphy (S)/Whole Lot Of Walkin' (S)/Big Daddy (S)/Any Other Morning (S)/James (Hold The Ladder Steady) (S)/Blue Eyed Jack's Wild (S)//Baby's Not Home (S)/(‘Til) I Kissed You (S)/Heaven Really Smiled On Me This Time (S)/No Puedo Estar Sin Ti [I Can't Stop Loving You] (S, Spanish)/He Cheats On Me (S)

H3G-4524 - Don't Stop Loving Me - Don Gibson [1975]

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