|A||Singing Quadrille - Part 1|
|B||Singing Quadrille - Part 2 & 3|
|C||Singing Quadrille - Part 4|
|D||Singing Quadrille - Part 5|
|E||Rompin Molly (Chase The Rabbit & Squirrel)|
|F||The Merry Widow Waltz|
|G||Hen And Chickens|
Includes booklet: "Here's How To Learn & Enjoy Bar Nothin' Squares Real Western Square Dance Albums Album Number Two"
Auto-coupled release, as follows:
Label 606 = Sides 1/6
Label 607 = Sides 2/7
Label 608 = Sides 3/8
Label 609 = Sides 4/9
Label 610 = Sides 5/10
From squaredancehistory.org: "This is, as far as we know, the earliest commercial recording made at a live dance. There are a few other field recordings from the 1930s and early 1940s, such as those made by John Lomax and Alan Lomax, in the collection of the Library of Congress."