Walking The Dog

Composer: Rufus Thomas

Grateful Dead

info Rare Cuts and Oddities 1966, Grateful Dead, 2005


This list of recordings is not intended to be comprehensive

no info Single (Walking The Dog / Fine And Mellow), Rufus Thomas, 1963 (Stax 140)
no info Walking The Dog, Rufus Thomas, 1963
info Hi-Heel Sneakers, Tommy Tucker, 1964
info The Rolling Stones, Rolling Stones, 1964
info Beat & Soul, The Everly Brothers, 1965
info Breakout..!!!, Mitch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels, 1966
no info Memphis Gold, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 1966
no info Plays Great Memphis Hits, King Curtis, 1969
infoWhat This Country Needs..., Redwing, 1972
no info Aerosmith, Aerosmith, 1973
no info Still Shakin', The Flamin' Groovies, 1976
info Stupidity, Doctor Feelgood, 1976
no info The Legendary Sun Performers, Carl Mann, 1977
no info Story Of The Stones, Rolling Stones, 1982
no info Grand Slam, Magic Slim and The Teardrops, 1982
no info Packet Of Three Live, Steve Marriott, 198?
no info The Complete Stax/Volt Singles 1959-1968, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 1991
info Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 1991
info 1000 Volts of Stax, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 1991
no info Can't Get Away From This Dog, Rufus Thomas, 1992
info Into the Twangy-First Century, Run C&W, 1993
info Detroit Breakout!: The Ultimate Anthology, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, 1997
info B-3in' Organ Jazz, Various Artists (Jack McDuff), 1997
info Electrafied, Stir Fried, 1999
info The Definitive Sound of Atlantic Soul, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 1999
info Jazz That Swings II, Various Artists (Jack McDuff), 2000
info Rock 'n' Soul / Beat & Soul, The Everly Brothers, 2005
info Stax Profiles, Rufus Thomas, 2006
info The Price of Fame 1960-1965, The Everly Brothers, 2006
info Into the Twangy-First Century / Row vs. Wade, Run C&W, 2006
info The Very Best Of, Rufus Thomas, 2007
info Beginner's Guide To Blues Music, Various Artists (Rufus Thomas), 2008
info The Rolling Stones 1964-1969, The Rolling Stones, 2010


Sometimes referred to as Walkin' The Dog. This was the second in a series of Dog releases by Rufus Thomas - preceded by 'The Dog', followed by 'Can Your Monkey Do The Dog?' and 'Somebody Stole My Dog'.