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Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot)
	Gordon Lightfoot
	  "Best of Gordon Lightfoot" (Curb D2-77428)
	Judy Collins 
Easy To Love You (Mydland/Barlow)
	Grateful Dead				1980
	  "Go To Heaven" (Arista AL 9508)
Easy Wind (Hunter)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "Working Man's Dead" (Warner Brothers 1869-2)
El Paso (Marty Robbins)
	Marty Robbins				1960
	  "Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs" (Columbia CK 00116)
	Grateful Dead				1976
	  "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
Empty Pages ()
Easu (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1987
	  "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452) Cassette Only
Estimated (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1977
	  "Terrapin Station" (Arista AL 7001)
	Burning Spear				1991
	  "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
       Related Song: Ezekiel Saw The Wheel
	Alberta Hunter
	Rosetta Tharp   
Every Time You Go Away (Darryl Hall)
	Paul Young				1985
	Hall & Oates
Eyes Of The World (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)

Far From Me (Brent Mydland)
Fever (Davenport/Cooley)
	Little Willie John			1956
	Peggy Lee				1958
	McCoys					1965
Fire (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
      Related Song
	Themla La Vizzo				1924
	  As "Fire In The Mountain Blues"
	  78 - (Pm 12206)
	  Recorded circa May, 1924, Chicago, Ill
	Georgia White				1939
	  As "Fire In The Mountain"
	  78 - (De 7608)
	  Recorded May 18, 1939, New York City  
	Bill Monroe
	  As "Fire On The Mountain"
	Riley Puckett
	  As "Fire On The Mountain"
	  78 - (Columbia 15185D) 
FOTD (Garcia/Hunter/Dawson)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
        Tom Constanten                  1992
          "Nightfall Of Diamonds" (Relix RRCD 2046)
        New Riders Of The Purple Sage
	Lyle Lovett				1991 
	  "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
Foolish Heart (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1989
	  "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)
Forever Young (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                               1973
          "Biograph" (CBS C5X 38830-LP)
          Alternate version recorded June, 1973
        Bob Dylan                               1974
          "Planet Waves"
Foxy Lady Jam (Hendrix)
        Jimi Hendrix                            1967
          "Are You Experienced"
        Jimi Hendrix                            1971
          "Isle Of Wight"
          Recorded live at the Isle Of Wight, 1970
France ()
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
Franklin's (H/G/K)
	Grateful Dead				1975
	  "Blues for Allah" 
	  (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
Frozen Logger (Trad)
	Oscar Brand
	  "Absolute Nonsense" (Riverside RLP 12-825)
	Cisco Houston
	  "Hard Travelin'" (Folkways FA 2042) 
	The Weavers
	  "Goodnight Irene" (MCA MCAC - 20201)
	Pete Seeger 

Games People Play (Joe South)
	Joe South				1969
        Harvey Mandel                           1970
          "Games Guitars Play" (Phillips PHS 600-325)
GDTRFB (Trad)
	Sam Collins				1931
	  As "Lonesome Road Blues (I'm Goin' Down That Lonesome Road) 
	  78 - (Ba 32669, Me M12598, Or 8196, Pe 0222,
	  Ro 5196)
	  Recorded October 8, 1931, New York City 
	Riley Pucket
	  As "K.C. Railroad (Going Down The Road Feeling Bad)
	  78 - (Bluebird 5471)
	Riley Pucket
	  As "I'm Going Where The Chilly Winds Don't Blow"
	  78 - (Columbia 15392D)
	Film "The Grapes Of Wrath"		1940
        Woodie Guthrie                          1940
          As "Blowin' Down The Road (I Ain't Going To Be Treated
          This Way)"
          "Dust Bowl Ballads" (Rounder CD 1040)
          Recorded April 26, 1940, New York City
	Woody Guthrie
	  "Woodie Guthrie Sings Folk Songs Vol 2"
	Woodie Guthrie & Cisco Houston
	  As "Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way"
	Woodie Guthrie & Cisco Houston
	  As "Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way"
	  "Folk Songs, Vol. I" (Stinson SLP #44)
	Clarence Cooper
	  "Goin' Down The Road" (Elektra EKL-27)
	Mrs Etta Baker                  	1956
          "Instrumental Music Of The Southern Appalachians"
          (Tradition TLP 1007)
	Elizabeth Cotten			1958
	  "Negro Folk Songs and Tunes" (Folkways FG 3526)
        Chet Adkins                             1967
          "Chet Adkins" (RCA Camden CAL 2182)
        Delany & Bonnie & Friends               1970
          "To Bonnie From Delany" (Atco SD 33-341)
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
Get Back (L/M)
	The Beatles				1969
	  Single 'Get Back/Don't Let Me Down' (Apple 2490)
	  Released in the US on May 5, 1969 
	The Beatles				1970 
	  "Let It Be" (Apple AR 34001) 
	  Released in the US May 18, 1970
	  This version is a different take from the single.  
Gimme Some Lovin (Steve Winwood/Muff Winwood/Spencer Davis)
	Spencer Davis Group			1966
	Blues Brothers				1980
Gloria (Van Morrison)
	Them					1965
	Shadows Of Knight			1966
	The Doors
        Jimi Hendrix 
          Polydor Box Set (Polydor 2625 038)
The Golden Road (To Unlimited Devotion) (McGannahan Skjellyfetti)
	Grateful Dead				1967
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers WS 1689-2)
Good Golly (Robert Blackwell/John Marascalo)
	Little Richard				1958
	Swinging Bluejeans			1964
	Mitch Ryder				1966 
Good Lovin (Arthur Resnick/Rudy Clark)
	Olympics
	Rascals					1966
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
Good Times (Brent Mydland)
Goodnight Irene (Huddie Ledbetter)
	Huddie Ledbetter			1933
	  As "Irene"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Three takes recorded circa July 16-20, 1933, 
	  Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, La 
	Huddie Ledbetter			1934
	  As "Irene"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Two parts probably recorded July 1, 1934, 
	  Louisiana State Penitentiary, Angola, La 
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  As "Irene"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Two parts recorded January 21, 1935, Wilton, Conn
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  As "Irene - Part 1" and "Irene - Part 2"
	  78 - (ARC unissued)
	  Recorded February 5, 1935, New York City
	Huddie Ledbetter			1940
	  As "Irene"
	  78 - (Asch 343-2, Atl 917)
	  Recorded summer 1943, New York City 
	Weavers					1949
	  "Goodnight Irene" (MCA MCAC - 20201)
	Milt Okun
	  "America's Best Loved Folk Songs" 
	  (Baton Records BL 1203)  
Greatest (W/Hunter/Hart)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
Green Green Grass (Curly Putman)
	Porter Wagoner				1965
	Porter Wagoner                  	1966
          "On The Road"" (RCA LPM 3509)
	Merle Haggard
	Tom Jones				1967
Green Onions (Jones/Cropper/Steinberg/Johnson)
	Booker T and The MGs			1962

H.C.Sunshine (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
Half Step (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
	Grateful Dead				1976
	  "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
Hamstrung Blues (Lesh/Mydland/Peterson)
Hand Jive (Johnny Otis)
	Johnny Otis				1958
	New Riders Of The Purple Sage
	  "Powerglide"
	Eric Clapton				1974
	  "461 Ocean Boulevard} (RSO RS-1-3023)
        George Thorogood                        1985
          "Maverick"
Happiness Is Drumming (Hart)
Hard To Handle (Redding/Jones/Isabell)
	Otis Redding
	  "The Best of Otis Redding" (Atlantic 81282-1-Y)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol I (Bear's Choice)"
	  (Warner Brothers 2721-2)
	Harpers Bizarre
	Toots In Memphis 
He Was A Friend Of Mine (Dylan)
	Ethel Ridley				1925
	  As "He Was A Good Man (But He's Dead And Gone)"
	  78 - (Ajax 17131)
	  Recorded circa March 1925, New York City
	David Van Ronk				1962 
	  "Inside David Van Ronk" (Fantasy FCD-24710-2)
	  "Folksinger" (Prestige/International 13056)
	  Recorded April 1962.
	Eric VonSchmidt				1963
	  "The Folk Songs of Eric VonSchmidt"
	Mark Speolstra				????
	The Washington Squares			1987
	  "The Washington Squares" (Gold Castle 171 003-1)
        Bob Dylan                               1961
          "The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3"
          Outtake recorded November 11, 1961 for the
          album "Bob Dylan"
        The Moonshiners 
          "Break Out" (Village Gate VGLP-2002)
        Byrds                                   1972
          "The Best Of The Byrds Vol II" (Columbia CK 31795)
      Related Song: "Shorty George"
	Unknown Singer
	  As "Shorty George" 
	  Recorded Texas june/july 1933
	A. Trusty
	  As "Shorty George Blues" 
	  Recorded Central State Farm Sugarland Texas, July 1933
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  As "Shorty George" 
	  78 - (Arc unissued),  LP - (Biograph BLP12013)
	  Recorded February 5, 1935, New York City
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  As "Shorty George"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Two takes recorded March 1935, Wilton, Conn
He's Gone (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
Heart Of Me (Donna Godchaux)
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
Heart Of Mine (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan 
          "Shot Of Love"
        Bob Dylan                               1981
          "Biograph" (CBS C5X 38830-LP)
          Recorded live August, 1981
Heaven Help The Fool (W/B)
Heaven's Door (Dylan)
	Bob Dylan				1973
	  "Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid"
	  Recorded July 13, 1973
	Bob Dylan w/ The Band			1974
	  "Before The Flood"
        Eric Clapton                            1975
          "Crossroads" (Polydor 835 261-2)
          Recorded June 16, 1975, Criteria Studios, Miami, Fl
          Released as a single August 1975
	Bob Dylan				1978
	  "Dylan At Budokan"
        Eric Clapton                            1979
          "Timepieces Vol II" (RSO SPELP87)
          Recorded live December 1979, Budakan Theatre, Tokyo
	Jerry Garcia				1982
	  "Run For The Roses"
        Eric Clapton 
          12 inch 45 (RSOX88)
          Live Version, may be the same as "Timepieces"
	Guns 'n' Roses
Help (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1975
	  "Blues for Allah" 
	  (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
Help Me Rhonda (Brian Wilson)
Heroes Gone (Joan Baez)
Hey Baby ()
	Bruce Channel				1962
Hey Bo Diddley  (Ellis McDaniels)
	Bo Diddley 				1957
Hey Jude (L/M)
Hey Jude Finale (L/M)
	Beatles					1968
	  Single 'Hey Jude/Revolution' (Apple 2276)
	  Released in the US on August 26, 1968
	Beatles					1970
	  "Hey Jude" (Apple SW385/SO 385)
	  Released in the US on February 26, 1970 
Hey Little One (Bernette/Vorzon)
	Dorsey Burnette 			1960s 
Hey Pockey Way (Trad)
	The Meters				1981
	  "Fiyo on the Bayou"		
Hi-Heel Sneakers (Robert Higgenbotham)
	Tommy Tucker				1964
	Jose Feliciano				1968
Hideaway (Freddie King)
	Freddie King
	Four Esquires				1958
        John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers         1966
          "Bluesbreakers" (Decca)
        Eric Clapton                            1972
          "History Of Eric Clapton" (Polydor 2658 147)
High Time (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "Working Man's Dead" (Warner Brothers 1869-2)
Highway 61 (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                               1965
          "Highway 61 Revisited"
        Bob Dylan w/ The Band                   1974
          "Before The Flood"
Hog For You Baby (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
	Coasters				1959
	  "Coasters Greatest Hits" (Atco 33111-2)
	Clifton Chenier
        Canned Heat                             1973
          "One More River To Cross" (Atlantic SD 7289)
        Living Earth                            1988
          "Living Earth" (Relix RRLP 2033)
How Long Blues (Leroy Carr)
	Alberta Hunter				1921
	  As "How Long, Sweet Daddy, How Long"
	  Take 1 78 - (BS 2008, Pm 12012)
	  Take 2 78 - (BS 2008)
	  Two takes recorded circa May, 1921, New York City 
	Ida Cox					1925
	  As "How Long, Daddy, How Long"
	  78 - (Paramount) 
	Leroy Carr				1928
	  As "How Long - How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Vocalion 1191, Ba 32557, Or 8166, Pe 0215, Ro 5166)
	  Recorded June 19, 1928, Indianapolis, In
	Blind Lemon Jefferson			1928
	  As "How Long How Long"
	  78 - (Pm 12685)
	  Recorded circa July 1928, Chicago, Ill
	Gladys Bently				1928
	  78 - (OK 8612)
	  Recorded August 31, 1928, New York City
	Willie Jackson				1928
	  As "How Long - How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Co 14366-D)
	  Recorded October 5, 1928, New York City
	Leroy Carr				1928
	  As "How Long How Long Blues - No. 2"
	  As "How Long How Long Blues - No. 3"
	  78 - (Vocalion unissued) 
	  Recorded November 6, 1928, Chicago, Ill
	Tampa Red's Hokum Jug Band		1928 				
	  As "How Long How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Vo 1228, Ba 32560, Or 8169, Pe 0218, Ro 5169)
	  Recorded November 9, 1928, Chicago, Ill 
	Leroy Carr				1928
	  As "How Long How Long Blues - No. 2"
	  78 - (Vo 1241, Ba 32557, Or 8166, Pe 0215, Ro 5166)
	  As "How Long How Long Blues - Part 3"
	  78 - (Vo 1279)
	  Recorded November 19, 1928, Chicago, Ill 
	Tampa Red 				1929 				
	  As "How Long, How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Vo 1258)
	  Recorded January 16, 1929, Chicago, Ill 
	Leroy Carr				1929
	  As "The New How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Vo 1435)
	  Recorded August 12, 1929, Chicago, Ill
	Jed Davenport				1929
	  78 - (Vo 1440, Spt S2229)
	  Recorded circa September 23, 1929, Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn
	Rev A.W. Nix				1930
	  As "How Long - How Long"
	  78 - (Vo 1505)
	  Recorded circa February 18, 1930, Chicago, Ill
	Leroy Carr				1931
	  As "The New How Long Blues - Part 2"
	  78 - (Vo 1585)
	  Recorded Jan 16, 1931, Chicago, Ill
	Sam Collins 				1931
	  As "How Long , How Long" 
	  78 - (ARC unissued)
	  Recorded October 8, 1931, New York City 
	Leroy Carr				1932
	  As "How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone"
	  78 - (Vo 1716)
	  Recorded March 15, 1932, New York City
	Seven Boys With Home-Made Instruments	1934
	  As "How Long Baby, Blues"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded July 3, 1934, River Lake Plantation, 
	  Oscar Post Office, Pointe Coupee Parish, La
	Kokomo Arnold				1935
	  78 - (De 7070)
	  Recorded Feb 12, 1935, Chicago Ill
	Amos Easton				1935
	  78 - (Ch 50008)
	  Recorded July 18/19, 1935, Chicago, Ill  	
	Amos Easton				1936
	  As "New How Long How Long"
	  78 - (De 7371)
	  Recorded August 21, 1936, New York City
	Bill Gaither (Leroy's Buddy)		1936
	  78 - (De 7258, 48044)
	  Recorded October 20, 1936, Chicago, Ill
	Pete Johnson				1939
	  As "How Long, How Long"
	  78 - (SA 12004, Ci J1049)
	  Recorded April 16, 1939, New York City
	Jimmy Yancey				1939
	  As "How Long Blues" and "How Long Blues No. 2"
	  78 - (SA unissued)
	  LP - (Riv RLP1061, Riv 12-124, Jazzology JCE51, 
          Oldie Blues OL2813)
	  Recorded circa April, 1939, Chicago, Ill  
	The Varsity Seven			1940
	  As "How Long, How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Vs 8173, Elite 5032, Sav 5544, Sav 649)
	  Recorded January 15, 1940, New York City   
	Huddie Ledbetter			1943
	  As "How Long Blues"
	  78 - (Asch 343-1, Mde 1140)
	  Recorded summer 1943, New York City 
	Jimmy Yancey				1943
	  78 - (Take 1 Se 12-003, Take 2 Se 12-002)
	  Two takes recorded December, 1943, Chicago, Ill 
	Lonnie Donnegan
	  "An Englishman Sings American Folk Songs"
	  (Mercury MG 20229)
	Josh White
	  As "How Long How Long Blues"
	  "Josh White Blues" (Mercury MG 20203) 
	Hot Tuna				1970 
	  "Hot Tuna - Acoustic"  
How Sweet It Is (Hollan/Dozier/Holland)
	Marvin Gaye				1964 
	  "The Motown Story" (Motown 6048 MC5)
	Jr Walker & The All Stars	  	1966
	James Taylor				1975
Hully Gully (Smith/Goldsmith)
	Olympics 
	Dovells					1962
Hurts Me Too (Elmore James)
	Tampa Red				1940
	  78 - (BB B8635, MW M8926)
	  Recorded May 10, 1940, Chicago, Ill 
	Elmore James				1957 
	  "Golden Hits" (Masters MACD 61046-2)
	  Recorded in Chicago in 1957 
	The Grateful Dead			1966 
	  "Vintage Dead" (Sunflower/MGM SUN 5001)
	  "History of the Grateful Dead" (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)
	  Released in the early '70s
        Savoy Brown                             1968
          "Blue Matter" (Parrott PAS 71027)
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
        Eric Clapton                            1974
          "Crossroads" (Polydor 835 261-2)
          Recorded September 1974, Dynamic Sounds Studios,
          Kingston Jamaica
          Alternate version from "There's One In Every Crowd"
          Song writing credit "Mel London"

I Hear A Voice Calling (Trad)
I Just Want To Make Love (Willie Dixon)
	Muddy Waters				1954
	  Chess Masters (Chess CXMD 4000)
	Rolling Stones				1964
	  "England's Newest Hit Makers"
	  Recorded Feb 1964, Regent Sound Studios, London
	Cold Blood                              1969
          "Cold Blood" (San Francisco Records SD 200)
	Van Morrison
	Etta James 
	Foghat					1977
I Know You Rider (Trad)
	?Robert Wilkins				1928
	  As "I Told My Rider - Part 1" and "I Told My Rider - Part 2"
	  78 - (Vi unissued)
	  Recorded September 7, 1928, Memphis, Tenn 	
	The Big Three				1963
	  "The Big Three" (FM #307)
        The Serendipity Singers                 1960s
	?Roger Sprung, Hal Wylie, & the Progressive Bluegrassers
	Byrds					1966
	  As "I Know My Rider" 
	  "Never Before" (Murray Hill D22808/A21143)
	  Recorded July 28, 1966, Columbia Studios, Hollywood, Ca
	  Not released until 1989
	The Grateful Dead			1966 
	  "Vintage Dead" (Sunflower/MGM SUN 5001)
	  "History of the Grateful Dead" (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)
	  Released in the early '70s
	?The Astronauts
	Hot Tuna				1970 
	  "Hot Tuna - Acoustic"
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
        The Seldom Scene                        1973
          "Act 3" (Rebel CD-1528)
          Recorded July 15/21, 1973
	The Seldom Scene			1974 
	  "Live At The Cellar Door" (Rebel SLP 1547/48)
	  Recorded December 27/28, 1974 at 
	  the "Cellar Door" in Washington DC.
	Hot Tuna				1975 
	  "Splashdown"  
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
        Tom Constanten                  	1992
          "Nightfall Of Diamonds" (Relix RRCD 2046)
I Want You (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                               1966
          "Blonde On Blonde"
I'll Go Crazy ()
I'm A Man - 1 (Ellis McDaniels)
	Bo Diddley				1955
        The Yardbirds                           1964
          "The Yardbirds Featuring Eric Clapton" (Charly)
        The Yardbirds                           1965
          "Five Live Yardbirds" (Columbia)
        The Yardbirds                           1965
          "Having A Rave Up" (Epic BN 26177)
        Doug Sahm 
I'm A Man - 2 (Spencer Davis)
	Spencer Davis Group			1967
In The Pines (Clayton McMichen/Slim Bryant)
	Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys
I've Just Seen A Face (L/M)
	Beatles					1965
	  "Rubber Soul" (Capitol ST 2442)
	  Released in the US on December 6, 1965 
Iko Iko (Trad)
	Sugarboy Crawford			1954 
	  As "Jockamo" 
	  "Mardi Gras In New Orleans Vol II" (Mardi Gras Records MG 1005)
	  Recorded in New Orleans in Nov, 1953
	Larry Williams				1957
	  As "Jockamo" 
	  "Creole Kings Of New Orleans" (Speciality SPCD-2168-2)
	  Recorded April, 26, 1957 
        Dixie Cups                              1964
          "Chapel Of Love" (Red Bird RBS-20-100)
          "Iko Iko" (Red Bird RB-20-103)
          "Chapel of Love" was repackaged as "Iko Iko"
          after it's success as a single.
	  "Mardi Gras In New Orleans Vol II" (Mardi Gras Records MG 1005)
        Dr John                                	1972
          "Gumbo" (Atco 7006-2)
	The Neville Brothers			1977
	  "Fiyo on the Bayou"
	Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band
It's A Man's World (Brown/Jones/Newsome)
	James Brown				1966
It's A Sin (Hughes)
	?It's A Sin To Tell A Lie - Somethin' Smith and the Redheads?
	?1955?

Jack A Roe (Trad)
	Tom Paley				1953
	  As "Jackaro"
	  "Folk Songs From The Southern Appalachians"
	  (Elektra EKL-12) 
	Jean Ritchie				1956
	  As "Jackero"
	  "Songs From Kentucky" (Westminster WP-6037) 
	Peggy Seeger & Ewan MacColl		1961
	  "Two-Way Trip"
	Joan Baez				1963
	  "In Concert Part 2" (Vangard VRS 9113)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
Jack Straw (W/H)
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
	Bruce Hornsby & The Range		1991
	  "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669) 
Joey (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                              	1975
          "Desire"
John Brown (Dylan)
Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry)
	Chuck Berry			       	1958
        Chuck Berry w/ The Steve Miller Band   	1967
          "Live At The Fillmore Auditorium" (Mercury SR 61138)
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
        Jimi Hendrix                           	1971
          "In The West"
          Recorded live at the Berkeley Community Center
        Johnny Winter And                      	1971
          "Live" (Columbia C 30475)
          Recorded live at the Fillmore East
Judas Priest (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                              	1968
          "John Westly Harding"

Kansas City (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
	Lonnie Johnson				1927
	  As "Kansas City Blues - Part 1" and
	  "Kansas City Blues - Part 2" 
	  78 - (OK 8537)
	  Recorded December 17, 1927
	Willie Jackson				1928
	  As "Kansas City Blues"
	  78 - (Co 14284-D)
	  Recorded January 21, 1928, New York City
	William Harris				1928
	  As "Kansas City Blues"
	  78 - (Ge 6707, Spt 9428)
	  Recorded October 9, 1928, Richmond, Ind 
	Blind Jesse Harris			1937
	  As "Kansas City"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded July 25, 1937, Livingston, Al
	Little Willie Littlefield		1952
	  As "K.C. Loving"
	  (Modern)
	Wilbert Harrison			1959
	J.T. Adams and Shirley Griffith		1961
	  LP - (Bv 1077)
	  Recorded 1961, Indianapolis, Ind 
	James Brown
	Hank Ballard
	Memphis Slim
	The Beatles
	Little Richard
	Albert King
	Trini Lopez				1964
Katie Mae (Sam Hopkins)
	Guitar Slim				1937
	  As "Katie May - Katie May"
	  78 - (ARC 7-06-74)
	  Recorded April 1, 1937, Birmingham, Al
        Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup 
          "Mean Ole Frisco'" (Collectables COL 5130)
	Lightnin' Hopkins			1947
	  Recorded Nov 4, 1947, Los Angeles, Ca
	Lightnin' Hopkins			1960
	  "Lightnin'" (Bluesville OBCCD-532-2)
	  Recorded November 9, 1960, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol I (Bear's Choice)"
	  (Warner Brothers 2721-2)
Keep On Growing (Eric Clapton/Bobby Whitlock)
	Derek and the Dominoes			1970
	  "Layla and Other Love Songs"
King Bee (James Moore)
	Slim Harpo				1957 
	  (Real Name James Moore) 
	  Single (Excello 2113) 
	  "The Best Of Slim Harpo" (Rhino R2 70169)
	  Recorded 1957, Crowley, Louisiana.
	Jimmy Anderson				1962/63
	  Single - (Take 1 Excello 2227)
	  LP - (Take 2 Flyright 607 (UK))
	  Two takes recorded circa 1962/1963, Crowley, La 
	Rolling Stones				1964
	  "England's Newest Hit Makers"
	  Recorded February 1964, Regent Sound Studios, London
King Solomon's Marbles 
	Grateful Dead				1975
	  "Blues for Allah" 
	  (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)

L.L.Rain (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
La Bamba (Trad)
	Richie Valens				1959
	Trini Lopez				1960s
        Blues Image                            	1970
          "Open" (Atco SD 33-317)
	Los Lobos				1987
Lady Di (Joan Baez)
Last Time (Jagger/Richard)
	Rolling Stones				1965
	  "Out Of Our Heads"
	  Recorded 1965, RCA Studios, Hollywood, Ca 
       Related Song:
	Jaybird Coleman				1927
	  As "He May Be My Last Time, I Don't Know"
	  78 - (Ge unissued) 
	  Recorded circa August 4, 1927, Birmingham, Al
	Eagle Jubilee Four			1938
	  As "May Be The Last Time"
	  78 - (Vo 05503)
	  Recorded November 4, 1938, Columbia SC 
	Brown Chapel Baptist Church		1940
	  As "It May be The Last Time"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded Oct 27, 1940, Livingston, Al
	Woodrow Adams & The Three B's		1952
	  LP - (KK 7427 (UK))
	  Recorded circa 1952, Memphis, Tenn   
	Staple Singers
Lazy Lightning (W/B)
Let It Be Me (Curtis/Delanoe/Becaud)
	Everly Brothers				1960
	Betty Everett & Jerry Butler		1964
	Glen Cambell & Bobby Gentry		1969
	Willie Nelson				1982
Let It Grow (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
Let It Rock (Chuck Berry)
	Chuck Berry				1959
	  "Rockin' At The Hop" (Chess)
Let Me Sing (Keith Godchaux/Hunter)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
Lindy (Trad)
	Memphis Jug Band			1928
	  As "Lindberg Hop"
	  78 - (Take 1 Vi unissued, take 2 Vi 21740)
	  LP - (take 1 X LVA3009, X EVA3009, Vi LPV540,
	  RCA RD7893, RCA RA5343, RBF RF6, 
	  "Memphis Jug Band" (Yazoo 1067))
	  Two takes recorded September 11, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
	  Origionally titled "Overseas Stomp"
	Jim Kweskin Jug Band			1963 
	  As "Overseas Stomp"
	  "Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band" (Vangard VSD 2158) 
	Even Dozen Jug Band  
	  As "Over Seas Stomp"
        Grateful Dead                          	1966
          "Historic Dead" (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004)
	  "History of the Grateful Dead" (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)
Little Light (Mydland/Barlow)
	Grateful Dead				1989
	  "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)
Long Black Limousine (Vern Stovall/Bobby George)
	Elvis Presley				1969
	  "From Elvis in Memphis" 
    	  (RCA Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab MFSL 1-059)
Loose Lucy (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1974
	  "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
Loser (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
	Danny Carnahan & Robin Petrie		1990
	  "No Regrets" (DNA Records DNA 70101)	
Louie Louie (Richard Berry)
	Kingsmen				1963
	Sandpipers				1966
	John Belushi
	Black Flag
	Rice University Marching Band
	  "The Best Of Louie Louie" (Rhino)
Love The One You're With (Stephen Stills)
	Stephen Stills				1971
	Isley Brothers				1971
Lovelight (Scott/Malone)
	Olympics 
	Bobby "Blue" Bland			1962 
	  "The Best of Bobby Bland" (MCA MCAD-31219)
	  Recorded in Houston Texas, 1961
	Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels
	Grateful Dead				1970 
	  "Live Dead" (Warner Brothers 1830-2)
	Grateful Dead				1992
	  "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)
LTGTR (Sam Cooke/Garcia)
	Sam Cooke				1964
	Rolling Stones				1965
	  "Out Of Our Heads"
	  Recorded 1965, RCA Studios, Hollywood, Ca
Lucifer's Eyes (Joan Baez)