|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Freedom's The Sound / Full Time Woman||2||Audio||America Records|
|2||All The Good Times||13||Audio||1964||Arhoolie Records|
|4||Full Time Woman||12||Audio||1970||Fantasy|
|5||Believe In Someone / Golden Rocket||2||Audio||1973||Fantasy|
|6||All The Good Times||21||Audio||2002||Arhoolie Records|
|7||Full Time Woman||12||Audio||1971||United Artists Records|
|8||Full Time Woman||12||Audio||1970||Fantasy|
Alice Stuart blazed the trail for women in Rock and Roll as one of the only females in the country to write her own music, front a male band, and play lead guitar on national and international circuits during the 1970s.
Already in 1964 she recorded her first album "All The Good Times" with popular folk songs for Arhoolie Records.
In the early seventies she recorded two albums for Fantasy Records "Full Time Woman (1970) and "Believing" (1972), the latter as Alice Stuart & Snake.
After a long hiatus devoted to raising her family, Alice resumed her recording career in 1996.