|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Chili Beans / (Let's Go To) Strollsville||2||Audio||1959-05-18||Rca Victor|
|3||Rockin' 'N' Ravin'||16||Audio||1986||RCA|
|5||Jet Train / El Brasero||2||Audio||1960-04-00||RCA Victor|
|6||Chili Beans / (Let's Go To) Strollsville||2||Audio||1959||RCA|
|8||Rock That Beat||8||Audio||1953||Groove (3)|
Shorty Rogers made rock-and-roll recordings for RCA as Boots Brown and His Blockbusters.
Quote from Dave Pell, "The Boots Brown dates were for movies but then RCA released them as singles. I don’t know why—maybe to make a double profit or to feed the pipeline for its new 45-rpm format. But you have to remember, at the time it wasn't cool to play that kind of music if you played jazz. That's why Shorty came up with a fake name. I don’t know why he chose Boots Brown or what it meant. I know we didn't want our names on the records. We were too embarrassed."