These records by Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers are considered by some to be the first records released in the style of music that would later be called Western Swing. This style is also called "hot fiddling" or "hot string bands" and it developed in Texas and Oklahoma the during the late 1920s and 1930s. The style combined Blues, Ragtime, Jazz and old time fiddle music and was meant for dancing. Prince Albert Hunt was shot to death outside of a Dallas bar in March of 1931. Okeh 45360 was released under the name of Harmon Clem and Prince Albert Hunt.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Blues In The Bottle 3-28-1928 San Antonio, Texas Okeh 45230
Canada Waltz 6-26-1929 Dallas, Texas Okeh 45360
Houston Slide 6-26-1929 Dallas, Texas Okeh 45446
Katy On Time 3-28-1928 San Antonio, Texas Okeh 45230
Oklahoma Rag 6-26-1929 Dallas, Texas Okeh 45360
Traveling Man 3-28-1928 San Antonio, Texas Okeh 45446
Wake Up Jacob 6-26-1929 Dallas, Texas Okeh 45375
Waltz Of The Roses 6-26-1929 Dallas, Texas Okeh 45375
Artist Instrument
Harmon Clem Violin
Prince Albert Hunt Guitar, Violin, Vocals
unknown Guitar