|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Down In The Arkansas||13||Audio||1965-01-01||Monument|
|2||The Wilderness Road And Jimmie Driftwood||12||Audio||1959||RCA Victor|
|3||Voice Of The People||12||Audio||1963||Monument|
|4||The Best Of Jimmy Driftwood||12||Audio||1976||Monument|
|5||Beautiful Buffalo River||13||Audio||Pinnacle Sound Productions|
|6||John Paul Jones||2||Audio||1959||RCA Victor|
|7||Tall Tales In Song||12||Audio||1960||RCA Victor|
|8||The Westward Movement||12||Audio||1960||RCA Victor|
|9||The Westward Movement||12||Audio||1960||RCA Victor|
Jimmy Driftwood (born James Corbitt Morris on June 20, 1907 in Mountainview, Arkansas, USA - died on July 12, 1998 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, USA) was an American folk singer, musician (guitar, fiddle, banjo) and songwriter, most famous for his songs "The Battle Of New Orleans" and "Tennessee Stud".
In the 1950's he changed his name to "Jimmy Driftwood", both publicly and legally.