That's All Right
Composer: Jimmy Rogers
Keepers, Merl Saunders and Friends, 1997
Well Matched: The Best Of Merl Saunders & Jerry Garcia, Merl Saunders and Jerry Garcia, 2006
Garcia Live: Vol One: March 1st 1980 Capitol Theatre, JGB, 2012
Single, Jimmy Rogers, 1950
Autumn Song, Mose Allison, 1959
That's All Right, Jimmy Rogers, 1974
Chicago Bound, Jimmy Rogers, 1976
Vol. 2, Magic Slim, 197?
Blues Knights, Blues Knights, 1985
Blues, Vol. 5, Various Artists (Jimmy Rogers), 1990
Louisiana Music, Rockin' Dopsie, 1991
Junior's Blues: The Duke Recordings Vol. 1, Junior Parker, 1992
Blues Masters, Vol. 2: Post-War Chicago Blues, Various Artists (Jimmy Rogers and his Trio), 1992
Greatest Hits, Mose Allison, 1992
Blue Blazes, Sugar Blue, 1994
Blues Knights, Larry Davis, 1994
Complete Shelter Recordings: Chicago Blues Masters, Vol. 2, Jimmy Rogers, 1995
Original Lost Elektra Sessions, Paul Butterfield, 1995
Dream, Johnny Littlejohn, 1995
No Compromise, Mick Clarke, 1995
Made in Germany, Johnny Heartsman, 1995
Good Houserockin', Brewer Phillips, 1995
Livin' with the Blues, Vol. 1, Various Artists (Jimmy Rogers), 1996
Blues is Now, Bobby Murray, 1996
Blue Paris Nights, Al Copley, 1996
Chess Blues Classics: 1947-1956, Various Artists (Jimmy Rogers), 1997
Complete Chess Recordings, Chess 50th Anniversary, Jimmy Rogers, 1997
Complete Chess Masters, 50th Anniversary Celebration), Lowell Fulson, 1997
Live in Australia 1990, Johnny Copeland, 1997
Trouble No More, Jimmy Rogers, 1998
Last Time Around - Live at Legends Buddy Guy, 1998
Chess Blues Guitar: Two Decades of Killer Fretwork, 1949-1969, Various Artists (Jimmy Rogers), 1998
Best of Slide Guitar, Various Artists (Louis Myers), 1998
Blues Blues Blues, Jimmy Rogers, 1999
Paula Lockheart with Peter Ecklund and Friends, Paula Lockheart, 19??
Hung Down Head, Lowell Fulson, 19??
House Rent Party, Sunnyland Slim, 19??
Mose Allison Sings, Mose Allison, 19??
Performed once by the Grateful Dead with Elvin Bishop on June 8, 1969. This performance is usually listed on set lists and tapes as Who's Loving You or Who's Loving You Tonight?.
The song was performed a handful of times by the Garcia/Saunders band in the early 1970's. It normally circulates on Garcia/Saunders tapes as Who's Loving You Tonight.
The real title though is That's All Right. The composing credits for this song are usually Jimmy Rogers. The credits are sometimes James Lane, which was Jimmy Rogers original name.
This song is not the same song as the one usually referred to as That's Alright Mama which was written by Arthur Crudup. The liner notes for Merl Saunders Keepers CD incorrectly indicate that Crudup is the author of That's Alright.