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Mack The Knife (Blitzestien/Brecht/Wiell)
	Dick Hyman				1956
	Richard Hayman & Jan August		1956
	Lawrence Welk				1956
	Louis Armstrong				1956
	Billy Vauhgn				1956
	Bobby Darin				1959
	Ella Fitzgerald				1960
Maggie's Farm (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                              	1965
          "Bringing It All Back Home"
Mama Tried (Merle Haggard)
	Merl Haggard
	  "Okie From Muskogee" (Capitol CDL-57246)
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
Man Of Peace (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan 
          "Infidels"
Mason's Children (G/H)
        Living Earth                            1988
          "Living Earth" (Relix RRLP 2033)
        Henry Kaiser                            1988
          "Those Who Know History Are Doomed To Repeat It"
          (SST CD 198)
	Henry Kaiser			        1989
	  "Alternate Versions" (SST CD 237)
Masterpiece (Dylan)
	The Band				
	  "Cahoots"
Maybe You Know (Brent Mydland)
Me & My Uncle (John Phillips)
	Judy Collins				1964
	  "The Judy Collins Concert Album" (Elektra EKS-7280) 
	  Recorded March 21, 1964, NYC.
	Danny Cox 
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
Memphis Blues (Dylan)\
        Bob Dylan                              	1966
          "Blonde On Blonde"
Mexicali Blues (W/B)
Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper)
	Wilson Picket				1965
	The Grateful Dead			1966 
	  "Vintage Dead" (Sunflower/MGM SUN 5001)
	  "History of the Grateful Dead" (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)
	  Released in the early '70s
	Cross Country				1973
Might As Well (G/H)
Mighty Quinn (Dylan)
	Bob Dylan				1960s
	  "Basement Tapes" Bootleg
	Manfred Mann				1968
	Bob Dylan				1970
	  "Self-Portrait"
	Bob Dylan				1985
          "Biograph" (CBS C5X 38830-LP)
          Alternate version recorded July, 1967
Mind Left Body Jam ()
Mindbender ()
Minglewood (Noah Lewis)
	Cannon's Jug Stompers			1928
	  As "Minglewood Blues"
	  78 - (Vi 21267, BB B5030, Sr S3117) 
	  "Cannon's Jug Stompers - The Complete Works 1927-1930"
	  (Yazoo 1082/3)
	  Recorded January 30, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
	Noah Lewis Jug Band			1930
	  As "New Minglewood Blues" 
	  78 - (Victor 23266) 
	  "Sleepy John Estes First Recordings" (JSP Records CD 601)
	  Recorded November 26, 1930, Memphis Tennessee.
	Jim Kweskin Jug Band
	  As "Minglewood" 
	Doc Watson  
	Grateful Dead				1967
	  As "New New Minglewood Blues" 
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1689-2)
 	  Credited to "McGannahan Skjellyfetti"
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
Miracle (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1978
	  "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
Mission (G/H)
Mojo (Preston Foster)
Mona (Ellis McDaniels)
        Bo Diddley                             	1957
        Quicksilver Messenger Service          	1969
          "Happy Trails" (Capitol SN 16090)
        Dinosaurs                              	1988
          "Dinosaurs" (Relix RRLP 2031)
	Rolling Stones				
Money Money (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1974
	  "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
Monkey & The Engineer (Jesse Fuller)
	Rev W.M. Mosley			1931
	  As "The Monkey Is On The Main Line"
	  78 - (Co 14635-D)
	  Recorded November 2, 1931, Atlanta, Ga
	Jesse Fuller				1958
	  "The Lone Cat" (GTJ OBCCD-526-2)
	  Recorded September 12, 1958, Los Angeles, California
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
Morning Dew (Bonnie Dobson)
	Bonnie Dobson				1962
	  "Bonnie Dobson at Folk City" (Prestige/International 13057)
	  Recorded live at Folk City in New York City in
	  February of 1962
        Bonnie Dobson                          	1963
          "Hootennanny With Bonnie Dobson"
          (Prestige/Folklore 14018)
	Fred Neil 
        The Moonshiners 
          "Break Out" (Village Gate VGLP-2002)
        Tim Rose 
          "Tim Rose" (Edsel ED 267)
	Grateful Dead				1967
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers WS 1689-2)
	LuLu
	  B side of "To Sir With Love" single
        Jeff Beck                              	1968
          "Truth" (Epic PE 26413)
        31st of February                       	1968
          "Duane & Gregg" (Bold)
          Early Duane/Gregg Allman band
          Recorded September, 1968, TK Studios, Hialeah, Fl
          Released in 1973
	Bonnie Dobson				1969 
	  "Bonnie Dobson" (RCA LSP-4219)
	  Recorded March 10-12, 1969 Toronto, Canada
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
        Beck, Bogart & Appice                  	1973
          "Live In Japan" (Japan Epic 40-3D-55)
          Recorded May 18-19, 1973, Koseinenkin Hall, Osaka, Japan
	Nazareth
	  "Malice in Wonderland" 
	Devo
	  "Smooth Noodle Maps"
	Human Beans
	  "The Early Edmunds"
	Clannad 
	Grateful Dead				1992
	  "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)
Mountain Jam (D Leitch & The Allman Bros)
        The Allman Brothers                    	1972
          "Eat A Peach" (Capricorn 2CP 0102)
Mountains Of The Moon (H/G/L)
	Grateful Dead				1969
	  "Aoxomoxoa" (Warner Brothers 1790-2)
Mr Charlie (McKernan/Hunter)
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
Mr Fantasy (Capaldi/Wood/Winwood)
	Traffic					1967
	  "Mr Fantasy" (United Artists 6651)
	Michael Bloomfield & Al Kooper		1969
	  "Live Adventures" (CBS 66216)
	  With "Hey Jude" Coda 
	Traffic                                	1971
          "Welcome To The Canteen" (United Artists UAS-5550)
          Recorded live July, 1971, Fairfield Hall, Croydon and
          Oz Benefit Concert, London
	Stephen Stills (Unreleased)
	Grateful Dead				1990
	  "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)
Muddy Water (Trad)
	Monette Moore				1923
	  As "Muddy Water Blues"
	  78 - (Pm 12067)
	  Recorded circa August 1923, Chicago, Ill
	Freddie Spruell				1926
	  As "Muddy Water Blues"
	  78 - (OK 8422)
	  Recorded November 17, 1926, Chicago, Ill 
	Bessie Smith				1927
	  As "Muddy Water (A Mississippi Moan)"
	  78 - (Take 1 Co 14197-D, Take 2 Co 14197-D, Co 3174-D,
	  PaE R2478, PaSw PZ11190)
	  Two takes recorded March 2, 1927, New York City 
	Amos Easton				1934
	  As "Muddy Water Blues"
	  78 - (BB B5862, B6586)
	  Recorded October 27, 1934, Chicago, Ill  
	Amos Easton				1934
	  As "Muddy Water Blues"
	  78 - (ARC unissued)
	  Recorded November 26, 1934, Chicago, Ill
	Merline Johnson			1937
	  As "New Muddy Water Blues"
	  78 - (BB B6985)
	  Recorded May 4, 1937, Aurora, Ill
	Delmore Brothers
	  As "Muddy Water"
	  78 - (Decca 1086)  
	Johnny Rivers				1966
Music (W/B)
	Grateful Dead				1975
	  "Blues for Allah" 
	  (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
My Babe (Willie Dixon)
My Baby Left Me ()
	Elvis Presley				1956
My Own Fault ()
	?John Lee Hooker? 
        The Hour Glass                         	1966
          "Duane Allman An Anthology"
          Early Duane/Gregg Allman band
          Recorded April, 1968, Fame Studios, Muscle Shoals, Al
          Released in 1972
        Savoy Brown Blues Band                 	1967
          "Shake Down"
        Johnny Winter And                      	1971
          "Live" (Columbia C 30475)
          Recorded live at the Fillmore East
Mystery Train (Phillips/Parker)
	Junior Parker
        Elvis Presley                          	1955
          Single (Sun 223) released August, 1955
          Recorded February, 1955, Sun Studios, Memphis, Tennessee
Neighborhood Girls (Suzanna Vega)
	Suzanna Vega
	  first album
New Orleans (Frank Guida/Joe Royster)
	Gary US Bonds				1960
	  "Dance Till Quarter to Three with US Bonds" 
	  (Legrand)
New Potato Caboose (Robert M Peterson)
New Potato Caboose (The Grateful Dead)
	Grateful Dead				1968
	  "Anthem Of The Sun" (Warner Brothers WS 1749-2) 
	Grateful Dead				1992
	  "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)
New Speedway Boogie (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "Working Man's Dead" (Warner Brothers 1869-2)
Next Time You See Me (E Forest/B Harvey)
	Little Jr Parker			1957
	  "Blues Man" (Minit Records LP 24024)
	James Cotton
	Memphis Slim
Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin/Norman Petty)
	Buddy Holly
	  "From The Original Master Tapes" (MCA MCAD-5540 DIDX-203)
	  Recorded Clovis, New Mexico, 1957/1958
	Rolling Stones				1964
	  "England's Newest Hit Makers"
	  Recorded February 1964, Regent Sound Studios, London
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
Nobody's Fault (Trad)
	Clara Smith				1925
	  As "Tain't Nobody's Fault But Yours"
	  78 - (Co unissued)
	  Recorded September 16, 1925, New York City 
	Blind Willie Johnson			1927
	  As "It's Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (Columbia 14303-D, Vo 03095, JCl 512)
	  Recorded Dec 3, 1927, Dallas Texas 
	  Yazoo
	Bessie Brown				1929
	  As "Tain't Nobody's Fault But My Own"
	  78 - (Br 4346)
	  Recorded April 1, 1929, New York City
	Milledgeville Georgia Singers		1934
	  As "(Ain't) Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  LP - (LBC 1)
	  Two takes recorded circa December 15, 1934, Milledgeville, Ga
	Blind "Gussie" Nesbitt			1935
	  As "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (De unissued)
	  Recorded September 9, 1935, New York City
	Lillie Knox				1937
	  As "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded July 12, 1937, Murrells Inlet, SC 
	Capitol City Four			1938
	  As "It Ain't Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (BB B8035)
	  Recorded Sept 29, 1938, Rock Hill, SC
	Silvertone Jubilee Quartette		1938 
	  As "Ain't Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (Vo 05429, Cq 9439)
	  Recorded October 27, 1938, Columbia, SC 
	Heavenly Gospel Singers			1939
	  As "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (BB B8077, MW M7871)
	  Recorded February 4, 1939, Rock Hill, SC
	Johnson Place Baptist Church		1939 
	  As "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded May 28, 1939, Livingston, Ala
	Rosetta Tharpe				1940
	  As "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
	  78 - (De 8610, De 48089)
	  Recorded December 1, 1940, New York City
	Roy Rodgers
	  As "Nobody's Fault But My Own"
	  78 - (Decca 5876) 
	Blind Willie Johnson			
	  "Blind Willie Johnson His Story" (Folkways FG 3585)
	The Staple Singers
	  "Freedom Highway" (Columbia CK 47334) 

Oh Boy (Buddy Holly)
	Crickets				1958
Okie From Muskogee (Merle Haggard)
Ollin Agreed (Hamza El Din)
On The Road Again (Trad)
	Memphis Jug Band			1928
	  78 - (Vi V38015)
	  LP - "Memphis Jug Band" (Yazoo 1067)
	  Recorded September 11, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
One Kind Favor (Trad)
	Blind Lemon Jefferson			1927
	  As "See That My Grave's Kept Clean"
	  78 - (Paramount 12585)
	  Recorded circa October, 1927, Chicago, Ill
	Blind Lemon Jefferson			1928
	  As "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"
	  78 - (Paramount 12608, Bwy 5059)
	  Recorded circa February, 1928, Chicago, Ill
	Son House				1930
	  As "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"
	  78 - (Pm unissued)
	  Recorded May 28, 1930, Grafton, Wis
	Rev J.M. Gates				1930
	  As "Keep The Graves Of Your Loved Ones Clean"
	  78 - (OK 8902)
	  Recorded December 12, 1930, Atlanta, Ga
	  Sermons with singing. 
	Joe Evans and Arthur McCLain		1931
	  As "Two White Horses In a Line"
	  78 - (Or 8081, Pe 182, Ro 5081)
	  Recorded May 20, 1931, New York City  
	Smith Casey				1939
	  As "Two White Horses Standing In Line"
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  LP - (AAFS 17, AFS L4, AFS L4A,
	  Flyright-Matchbox SDM264, Herwin H211) 
	Hobart Smith
	  As "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"
	  "The Gospel Ship" (New World NW 294)
        Bob Dylan                              	1962
          As "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"
          "Bob Dylan" (Columbia PC 8579)
        Michael Bloomfield 
          As "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean"
          "Michael Bloomfield" (Tokoma B 1063)
        Canned Heat                            	1968
          "Living The Blues" (Liberty LST 27200)
Only A Fool (Brent Mydland)
Operator (Ron McKernan)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)
That's It For The Other One (Kreutzmann, Weir)
	Grateful Dead				1968
	  "Anthem Of The Sun" (Warner Brothers WS 1749-2)
	  Credited to "The Grateful Dead" 
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  As "The Other One"  
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
	  Credited to "Kreutzmann, Weir" 
        Henry Kaiser                           	1988
          "Those Who Know History Are Doomed To Repeat It"
          (SST CD 198)
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
	Grateful Dead				1992
	  "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)

Pain In My Heart (Redding/Walden)
	Otis Redding				1965
	  "A Pain In My Heart"
	Rolling Stone
	  "Rolling Stones No 2"
Parchman Farm (White)
Passenger (Phil Lesh/Peter Monk)
	Grateful Dead				1977
	  "Terrapin Station" (Arista AL 7001)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
Peggy-O (Trad)
	  As "Pretty Peggy Of Derby"
	Ewan MacColl
	  As "The Bonnie Lass O' Fyvie"
	  "Scots Folk Songs" (Riverside RLP 12-609)
        Bob Dylan                              	1962
          "Bob Dylan" (Columbia PC 8579)
	Joan Baez 				1963
	  As "Fennario" 
	  "In Concert Part 2" (Vangard VRS 9113)
	  Recorded live and released in 1963
	Judy Collins				1963 
	  As "Fannerio" 
	  "Golden Apples Of The Sun" (Elektra EKS - 7222)
        The Folksters 
          As "Fenario"
          "New...In Folk" (Mercury SR 60749)
        Simon & Garfunckle                     	1966
          "Wednesday Morning 3 A.M."
Phil & Ned (Lesh/Lagin)
Phil's Earthquake Space (Lesh)
Picasso Moon (W/ )
	Grateful Dead				1989
	  "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)
Playin (W/Hart/Hunter)
Playin' In The Band (W/Hunter)
	Grateful Dead				1971
	  "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
Pride Of Cucamonga() 
	Grateful Dead				1974
	  "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
Prisoner Blues ()
Promised (Chuck Berry)
	Chuck Berry				1964 
	  "Chuck Berry's Golden Decade Vol. 2" (Chess 427009)
	  Recorded February 25, 1964, Chess Studios, Chicago
	Elvis Presley				1974
 	The Band
	  "Moondog Matinee"	
	Kingfish				
	  "Kingfish" (Relix RRLP 2005)
	Grateful Dead				1976
	  "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
	Rockpile 		
Push (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1987
	  "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452)

Queen Jane (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                              	1965
          "Highway 61 Revisited"

Race Is On (Don Rollins)
	George Jones
	  "Super Hits" (Evergreen 2690242)
	Jack Jones				1965
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
Railroading Great Divide ()
Rainy Day Woman (Dylan)
	Bob Dylan                              	1966
          "Blonde On Blonde"
        Bob Dylan w/ The Band                  	1974
          "Before The Flood"
Ramble On Rose (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1972
	  "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
Revolution (L/M)
	Beatles					1968
	  Single 'Hey Jude/Revolution' (Apple 2276)
	  Released in the US on August 26, 1968
	The Beatles				1968
	  "The Beatles" (aka 'The White Album') (Apple SWBO 101)
	  Released in the US November 25, 1968
	  Contains the "slow" version, a different take
	  than the single version. 
	Beatles					1970
	  "Hey Jude" (Apple SW385/SO 385)
	  Released in the US on February 26, 1970
	  "Hey Jude" contains the single version. 
Riot In Cell Block #9  (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
Ripple (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1970
	  "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
	Chris Hillman				1982 
	  "Morning Sky  (Sugar Hill SH-3729)
	Jane's Addiction			1991
	  "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
Roadrunner (Hollan/Dozier/Holland)
	Jr Walker and the All Stars		1966
	Kingfish				
	  "Kingfish" (Relix RRLP 2005) 		
Roberta (Huddie Ledbetter)
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  As "Roberta - Part 1" and "Roberta - Part 2"
	  78 - (ARC unissued) 
	  LP - (Fury FP24, Fury 2024, Xtra 1017, Co S30035, CBS(EP) 64103)
	  Recorded January 23, 1935, New York City
	Huddie Ledbetter			1935
	  Library Of Congress Recording
	  Recorded February 1935, Wilton, Conn
	Huddie Ledbetter			1940
	  78 - (BB B8709) LP - (HJCA HC99)
	  Recorded June 15, 1940, New York City
Rockin Pneumonia (John Vincent/Huey Smith)
	Huey "Piano" Smith			
	Johnny Rivers				1973
Rooster (Willie Dixon)
	Sonny Scott				1933
	  As "Red Rooster Blues"
	  78 - (Vo 25017)
	  Recorded July 18, 1933, New York City
	Memphis Minnie				1936
	  As "If You See My Rooster (Please Run Him Home)"
	  78 - (Vo 03285)
	  Recorded May 27, 1936, Chicago, Ill
	Howlin' Wolf				1961 
	  "The Best Of Howlin' Wolf" (Telstar TSD-3500)
	  Recorded June, 1961, Chicago.
	Sam Cooke				1963
	Rolling Stones				1965
	  "The Rolling Stones, Now"
	  Recorded 1965, Chess Studios, Chicago, Ill
	Luther Allison				1969
	  LP - (Delmark 625)
	  Recorded June 25, 1969, Chicago, Ill  
	Howlin' Wolf 				1970
	  "London Howlin' Wolf Sessions" Chess 
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
Rosalie McFall (Trad)
	Charlie Monroe and the Kentucky Partners 
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
Rosemary (G/H/L)
	Grateful Dead				1969
	  "Aoxomoxoa" (Warner Brothers 1790-2)
Roses (Robert Hunter)
        Robert Hunter                          	1974
          "Tales Of The Great Run Runners" (Relix)
          "Promontory Rider" (Relix RRLP 2002)
	Grateful Dead				1976
	  "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
	Grateful Dead				1981
	  "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
	Elvis Costello
	  GDH - Recorded live 4/16/87
	Grateful Dead				1991
	  "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
Row Jimmy (G/H)
	Grateful Dead				1973
	  "Wake Of The Flood" (GD 01 / GDCD4002)
Run Rudolph Run (Chuck Berry)
	Chuck Berry				1958