|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||I Recall A Gypsy Woman||2||Audio||1973||ABC Records|
|2||A Touch Of Don Williams||18||Audio||1980||HEP|
|4||I Believe In You||10||Audio||1980|
|5||I Believe In You / It Only Rains On Me||2||Audio||1980||MCA Records|
|6||Say It Again||2||Audio||1976||ABC Dot|
|7||The Ties That Bind / Goodbye Isn't Really Good At All||2||Audio||1974||ABC Dot|
|8||Millers Cave / We Should Be Together||2||Audio||1974||JMI Records|
|9||I'm Just A Country Boy / It's Gotta Be Magic||2||Audio||1977||ABC Dot|
|10||Down The Road I Go / She's In Love With A Rodeo Man||2||Audio||1974||JMI Records|
|11||Stay Young / Pressure Makes Diamonds||2||Audio||1983||MCA Records|
|12||Greatest Hits||12||Audio||MCA Records|
|13||The Best Of Don Williams, Volume III||10||Audio||1984||MCA Records|
|14||The Best Of Don Williams, Volume II||11||Audio||1979||MCA Records|
|15||Tulsa Time||2||Audio||1978||ABC Records|
|16||You're My Best Friend||10||Audio||1975||MCA Records|
|18||Back In My Younger Days / Diamonds To Dust||2||Audio||1990||RCA|
|20||I've Been Loved By The Best / If You Love Me, Won't You Love Me Like You Love Me||2||Audio||1990||RCA|
|21||I Recall A Gypsy Woman / You're My Best Friend||2||Audio||1983||Old Gold (2)|
|22||I Believe In You / It Only Rains On Me||2||Audio||1980||MCA Records|
|23||You're My Best Friend||10||Audio||1975||ABC Dot|
|24||Especially For You||10||Audio||1981||MCA Records|
|25||The Best Of Don Williams||10||Audio||1999||BMG Special Products|
|27||20 Greatest Hits||20||Audio||1987||MCA Records|
|28||Listen To The Radio||10||Audio||1982||MCA Records|
|29||I Recall A Gypsy Woman||2||Audio||1973||MCA Records|
|30||The Best Of Don Williams, Volume II||11||Audio||1979||MCA Records|
|31||We've Got A Good Fire Goin' / Shot Full Of Love||2||Audio||1985||Capitol Records|
|32||I Wouldn't Want To Live If You Didn't Love Me||2||Audio||MCA Records|
|34||Listen To The Radio||10||Audio||1982||MCA Records|
|36||Country Boy||10||Audio||1977||ABC Records|
|37||The Shelter Of Your Eyes / Playin' Around||2||Audio||1972||JMI Records|
|38||Greatest Hits||12||Audio||1975||ABC DOT|
|41||Listen To The Radio||2||Audio||1982||MCA Records|
|42||You've Got A Friend||11||Audio||2004||Planet Song|
|44||Love's Endless War||4||Audio||1979||MCA Records|
|45||Country Boy||10||Audio||1977||ABC Dot|
|46||Years From Now||3||Audio||1981-10-00||MCA Records|
|47||The Best Of Don Williams Volume II||11||Audio||1979||MCA Records|
|48||Especially For You||11||Audio||1981||MCA Records|
|49||As Long As I Have You||11||Audio||1989||RCA|
|50||Yellow Moon||10||Audio||1983||MCA Records|
Don Williams (born May 27, 1939, Floydada, Texas, United States), is an American country singer, songwriter and a 2010 inductee to the Country Music Hall of Fame. He grew up in Portland, Texas, and graduated in 1958 from Gregory-Portland High School. After seven years with the folk-pop group Pozo-Seco Singers, he began his solo career in 1971, singing popular ballads and amassing 17 No. 1 Country & Western hits.
When Don was three years old he sang in a local talent contest—his first public performance—and won first prize, an alarm clock. He began playing guitar as a teenager, which he learned from his mother. While a teenager, he played with country, rock n' roll and folk bands. He formed his first band with Lofton Kline, called The Strangers Two, and in 1964 was approached by Susan Taylor to form a trio which ultimately became the Pozo-Seco Singers, a folk-pop group. The band recorded a song called, "Time" on a local label called Edmark Records and it became a regional hit in their home state of Texas. Columbia Records, picked up the record, signed the group, and released a series of Top 50 hits and three albums. The group disbanded in 1971, at which point Williams embarked on a solo career.
Williams started out as a songwriter for Jack Music Inc. Eventually, he signed with JMI Records as a solo artist. His 1974 song, "We Should Be Together," reached number five, and he signed with ABC/Dot Records. His first single with ABC/Dot, "I Wouldn't Want to Live If You Didn't Love Me," became a number one hit, and was the first of a string of top ten hits he had between 1974 and 1991. Only four of his 46 singles didn't make it to the Top Ten.
Early in 2006, Williams announced his "Farewell Tour of the World" and played numerous dates both in the U.S. and abroad, wrapping the tour up with the "Final Farewell Concert" in Memphis, Tennessee at the Cannon Center for Performing Arts on November 21, 2006. Playing to a full house, the final event was well received and quite emotional for fans in attendance.
As of 2010, Williams had come out of retirement and was once again touring.
In March 2012, Williams announced the release of a new record And So It Goes (UK release April 30, 2012; US/Worldwide release June 19, 2012), his first new record since 2004. The record is his first with the independent Americana label Sugar Hill Records. The record includes guest appearances by Alison Krauss, Keith Urban, and Vince Gill.
To accompany his latest album release he embarked on a UK Tour.
His straightforward yet smooth bass-baritone voice, soft tones, and an imposing build earned him the nickname "The Gentle Giant" of country music.