Song Archive; S to Z

(Little) Sadie (Trad)
    Charlie Poole & The North Carolina Ramblers
    Cliff Carlisle
      As "My Little Sadie"
      78 - (Decca 5720) 
    Doc & Merl Watson
      "Doc & Merl Watson On Stage" (Vanguard)
    Dave Grisman                1966 
      "Early Dawg" (Sugar Hill SH 3713)
      Recorded March and August, 1966

Sage And Spirit (Bob Weir)
    Grateful Dead                1975
      "Blues for Allah" 
      (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)
    Grateful Dead                1991
      "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)

Sailor (W/B)
    Grateful Dead                1980
      "Go To Heaven" (Arista AL 9508)

Saint (W/B)
    Grateful Dead                1980
      "Go To Heaven" (Arista AL 9508)

Same Thing (Willie Dixon)
    Bo Chatman                1930
      As "Same Thing The Cats Fight About"
      78 - (OK 8858)
      Recorded December 15, 1930, King Edward Hotel, Jackson, Miss
    Arthur K. Adams                1962
      Single - (Valdot 7002)
      Recorded 1962, Nashville, Tenn 
    Muddy Waters
      "Chess Masters" Chess CXMD 4000
    Muddy Waters
      "Fathers & Sons"             1960s
    Grateful Dead                1970s
      "Historic Dead" (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004)
        George Thorogood                           1973
          "Move It On Over" (Rounder 3024)

Samson (Trad)
    Rev T.E. Weems                1927
      As "If I Had My Way I'd Tear The Building Down"
      78 - (Co 14254-D)
      Recorded March 25, 1927, Atlanta, Ga  
      Sermons with singing by three members of His Congregation. 
    Rev J.M. Gates                1927
      As "Samson And The Woman"
      78 - (Vi 21125, BB B5033, 1852, Sr S3120,
      MW M4842)
      Recorded October 21, 1927, Atlanta Ga
      Sermons and singing with congregational responses.
    Rev T.T. Rose                1927
      As "If I Had My Way"
      78 - (Pm 12482)
      Recorded circa April 1927, Chicago, Ill 
    Blind Willie Johnson            1927
      As "If I Had My Way I'd Tear The Building Down"
      78 - (Co 14343-D, Vo 03021, Anchor 380)
      LP - "Sweeter As The Years Go By" (Yazoo 1078)
      Recorded December 3, 1927, Dallas, Texas
    Mrs L.C. Gatlin                1933
      As "Delia (If I Had My Way)"
      Library Of Congress Recordings
      Recorded circa June 28, 1933, Prairie View Normal, Texas
    Norridge Mayhams            1936
      As "If I Had My Way"
      78 - (ARC 7-07-74, Vo 03465)
      Recorded December 11, 1936, New York City 
    Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet        1938
      As "Sampson"
      78 - (BB B7513, Vi 27324, MW M7495)
      Recorded January 24, 1938, Charlotte, NC
    New Zion Baptist Church            1939
      As "Sampson"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded May 17, 1939, Knight, La
    Dock Reed                1939
      As "Sampson"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa May 26-30, 1939, Livingston, Al 
    Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet        1939
      As "If I Had My Way"
      78 - (BB B8306, MW M8775)
      Recorded October 6, 1939, Andrew Jackson Hotel, Rock Hill, SC
    Deacon Sam Jackson            1941
      As "Samson"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa March 6-9, 1941, probably Fort Valley State
      College, Fort Valley, Ga
    Spiritual Four Quartet Of Thomastown Georgia  
      As "If I Had My Way I'd Tear The Building Down"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Two takes recorded circa March 6-9, 1941, probably 
      Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Ga 
    Unidentified Quartet 
      As "If I Had My Way I'd Tear The Building Down"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Tow takes recorded circa March 6-9, 1941, probably 
      Fort Valley State College, Fort Valley, Ga 
    Deacon Sam Jackson            1941
      As "If I Had My Way"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa March 6-9, 1941, probably Fort Valley State
      College, Fort Valley, Ga
    Unidentified Quartet            1942
      As "Samson"  
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa August 24-31, 1942, probably in Mississippi 
    Deacon Sam Jackson            1943
      As "If I Had My Way"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa March 7, 1943, Fort Valley State
      College, Fort Valley, Ga 
    Blind Willie Johnson            
      As "If I Had My Way"
      "Blind Willie Johnson His Story" (Folkways FG 3585)
    Rev Gary Davis                1956
      "Harlem Street Spirituals" (Riverside RLP 12-611)
      Recorded Jan 29, 1956, NYC
    Rev Gary Davis                1958
      (Folkways 2512)
      Recorded Feb 22, 1958, NYC
    Rev Gary Davis                1960 
      "Pure Religion!" (Prestige 7805)
      Recorded August 24, 1960, Englewood Cliffs, NJ
        Peter Paul and Mary                        1962
          As "If I Had My Way"
          "Peter Paul and Mary" (Warner Bros. 1449-2)
    Rev Gary Davis                1964
      "Live 1962-1964" Wolf 120.915
      Recorded live at Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa in 1964
        Rev Gary Davis                             1965
          "At Newport" (Vanguard VMD 73008)
          Recorded live July, 1965, Newport Folk Festival
        The Staple Singers 
          "Freedom Highway" (Columbia CK 47334)
    Grateful Dead                1977
      "Terrapin Station" (Arista AL 7001)
    Grateful Dead                1981
      "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
    The Washington Squares            1987
      "The Washington Squares" (Gold Castle 171 003-1)
    The Blasters
    T-Bone Burnett

Sand Castles & Glass Camels    
    Grateful Dead                1975
      "Blues for Allah" 
      (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)

Satisfaction (Richards/Jagger)
    Rolling Stones                1965
      "Out Of Our Heads" 
      Recorded May 10, 1965, Chess Studios, Chicago, Ill 
    Otis Redding                1966

One More Saturday Night (Bob Weir)
    Grateful Dead                1972
      "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
    Grateful Dead                1990
      "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)

Saw Mill ()

Serengetti ()
    Grateful Dead                1978
      "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)

Scarlet (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1974
      "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)

Schoolgirl (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson)
    Sonny Boy Williamson            1937
      As "Good Morning, School Girl" 
      78 - (BB B7059)
      LP - "Throw A Boogie Woogie" (RCA 9599-2-R)
      Recorded May 5, 1937, Aurora, Ill 
    Andrew "Smokey" Hogg            1947
      (Modern 2004), (Crown 5226), (Kent 5024) 
      "Original Folk Blues" () 
      Three different takes recorded Dec 10, 1947 in LA.
        The Yardbirds                              1964
          "Crossroads" (Polydor 835 261-2)
          Recorded August 1964, Olympic Studios
          Released Oct 1964 as a single
          Song writing credit "H G Demarais"
        The Yardbirds                              1965
          "Five Live Yardbirds" (Columbia)
        The Yardbirds                              1965
          "For Your Love" (Epic BN 26167)
        Grateful Dead                              1966
          "Historic Dead" (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004)
    Grateful Dead                1967
      "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers WS 1689-2)
        Paul Butterfield Blues Band 
          "What's Shakin'" (Elektra EKL 4002)
        Ten Years After                            1969
          "SSSSSh" (Deram DES 18029)
          Recorded June, 1969, Morgan Studios, London
        Johnny Winter And                          1971
          "Live" (Columbia C 30475)
          Recorded live at the Fillmore East
        Ten Years After                            1973
          "Recorded Live" (Chrysalis 301284-420)
    Rod Stewart
      "Storyteller"
    Fred McDowell
      "I Do Not Play No Rock 'n' Roll"
    Grateful Dead                1992
      "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)

Searchin (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
    Coasters                1957

Seasons ()
Second That Emotion (Smokey Robinson/Al Cleveland)
    Smokey Robinson & the Miracles        1967
Serve Somebody (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1979
          "Slow Train Coming"

Shakedown (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1978
      "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)

She Belongs To Me (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan                1965
      "Bringing It All Back Home"
    Rick Nelson                1970

She's Mine ()

Shelter From The Storm (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1974
          "Blood On The Tracks"

Ship Of Fools (Garcia/Hunter)
    Grateful Dead                1974
      "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
    Grateful Dead                1976
      "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
    Elvis Costello
      GDH - Recorded live 4/16/87
    Elvis Costello                1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)

Sick And Tired ()
    Fats Domino                1958
    Elton Anderson                1962/63
      Single - (Lanor 509, Cap 4762)
      Recorded circa 1962/1963, New Orleans, La  

Sidewalks Of New York (Charles Lawlor/James Blake)

Silver Threads (Dick Reynolds/Jack Rhodes)
    The Springfields            1962
      "Silver Threads and Golden Needles} (Philips 052) 
      "History Of British Rock" (Sire 2LP 6547)
    Linda Ronstat                1974

Simple Twist (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1979
          "Slow Train Coming"

Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard)
    Merl Haggard                1960s            
      "Sing Me Back Home" (Capitol) Late 1960s
      "Okie From Muskogee" (Capitol CDL-57246)
    The Everly Brothers  
    Porter Wagoner
    The Seldom Scene
      "Act 3"

Slewfoot (Trad)
    Doc Watson 

Slipknot (Jerry Garcia)
    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)

Slow Train (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1979
          "Slow Train Coming"

Smokestack Lightning (Chester Burnette aka "Howlin' Wolf")
    Howlin' Wolf
        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)
    Grateful Dead                1973
      "History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol I (Bear's Choice)"
      (Warner Brothers 2721-2)
        Henry Kaiser                               1987
          "Devil In The Drain" (SST C118)
SOTM (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1989
      "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)

So What (Miles Davis)

Something On Your Mind ()
    ?There's Something On Your Mind?
    ?Bobby Marchan                1960?

Spanish Jam (Bob Weir)

Spoonful (Willie Dixon)
    Howlin' Wolf                1960 
      "The Best Of Howlin' Wolf" (Telstar TSD-3500)
      Recorded June, 1960, Chicago.
    Cream                    1966 
      (Studio)  "Fresh Cream"             
        Allman Joys                                1966
          "Allman Joys" (Dial DL-6005)
          Early Duane/Gregg Allman band
          Recorded August, 1966, Bradley's Barn , Nashville, Tenn
        Ten Years After                            1967
          "Ten Years After" (Deram DES 18009)
    Cream                    1968 
      (Live)    "Wheels Of Fire"
        Paul Butterfield Blues Band 
          "What's Shakin'" (Elektra EKL 4002)
    Related:
          Papa Charlie Jackson            1925
     As "All I Want Is A Spoonful"
      78 - (Paramount 12320)
      Recorded circa September, 1925, Chicago
    Charlie Patton                1929
      As "A Spoonful Blues"
      78 - (Pm 12869)
      Recorded June 14, 1929, Richmond, Ind
    Charley Jordan                1930
      As "Just A Spoonful"
      78 - (Vo 1543)
      Recorded circa mid-June 1930, Chicago, Ill
    David Edwards                1942
      As "Just A Spoonful(Shimmy or Chicken-scratch)"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded July 20, 1942, Coahoma Co. Agricultural School,
      Clarksdale, Miss 
    Mance Lipscomb
    Etta James   

St. Stephen (Hunter/Garcia/Lesh)
    Grateful Dead                1969
      "Aoxomoxoa" (Warner Brothers 1790-2)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "Live Dead" (Warner Brothers 1830-2)
        Solar Circus                               1989
          "Juggeling Suns" (Relix RRCD 2037)
    Grateful Dead                1992
      "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)

Stagger Lee (Garcia/Hunter)
    Grateful Dead                1978
      "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)
      Related Song:
    Ford and Ford                1924
      As "Skeeg-a-Lee Blues"
      78 - (Pm 12244)
      Recorded October, 1924, Chicago, Ill  
    Gertrude "Ma" Rainey            1925
      As "Stack O'Lee Blues"
      78 - (Pm 12357, Sig 908, JC L73, Jazz 5001)
      Recorded circa December 1925, New York City
    Papa Harvey Hull and Long "Cleve" Reed    1927
      As "Original Stack O' Lee Blues"
      78 - (BP 8030)
      Recorded circa May, 1927, Chicago, Ill
    Furry Lewis                1927
      As "Billy Lyons and Stack O'Lee"
      78 - (Vo 1132, Br 80092)
      Recorded October 9, 1927, Chicago, Ill 
    Miss John Hurt                1928
      As "Stack O' Lee Blues"
      78 - (OK 8654)
      Recorded December 28, 1928, New York City
    Unidentified Female Vocalist        1933
      As "Stagolee" 
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa June 28, 1933, Prairie View Normal, Texas 
    Ivory Joe Hunter            1933
      As "Stackolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa July 11, 1933, Wiergate, Texas
    Unidentified Convict            1933
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa August 15, 1933, State Penitentiary, 
      Nashville, Tenn  
    Blind Pete And Partner            1934
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded Sept 27, 1934, Little Rock, Ark
    Lucille Bogan                1934
      As "Jim Stack O'Lee Blues"
      78 - (ARC unissued)
      Recorded August 1, 1934, New York City
    John (Big Nig) Bray            1934
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded Oct 17, 1934, Near Morgan City, La
    Albert Jackson                1934
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa October, 1934, State Prison Farm, Altmore, Ala
    Unidentified Convict            1934
      As "Stagolee" 
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded circa October 5, 1934, Cumins State Farm, Gould, Ark  
    Lonnie Robertson            1936
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded April 1936, State Penitentiary, Parchman, Miss 
    Roscoe McLean                1936
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded May 3, 1936, State Farm, Raiford, Fla
    Buena Flynn                1936
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded May 4, 1936, State Farm, Raiford, Fla
    Women Convict Group             1936
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded May 4, 1936, State Farm, Raiford, Fla
    Vera Hall                1937
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded July 23, 1937, Livingston, Al
    Tom Bell                1937
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded July 23, 1937, Livingston, Al
    Blind Jesse Harris            1937
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded July 24, 1937, Livingston, Al
    Lucious Curtis                1940
      As "Stagolee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      LP - (Flyright-Matchbox SDM230)
      Recorded October 19, 1940, Natchez, Miss
    Willie Storks                1942
      As "Stackerlee"
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded August 9, 1942, Clarksdale, Miss
    Archibald (rn Leon T Gross)        1950
      As "Stack-A-Lee Pt 1" and "Stack-A-Lee Pt 2"
      Single - (Imp 5068, Imp 5358, Imp 5563)
      LP - (Imp 9099)
      Recorded March 23, 1950, New Orleans, La 
    Furry Lewis
    Miss John Hurt
      As "Stagolee"
    Jesse Fuller                1958
      As "Stagolee"
      "Work Songs Blues Spirituals" 
      (Good Time Jazz L-12031)
    Pete Seeger                1958
      As "Stagolee"
      "American Favorite Ballads Vol II" (Folkways FA 2321)
    Cisco Houston
      As "Stagolee"
      "Hard Travelin'" (Folkways FA 2042) 
    LLoyd Price                1959
    Wilson Picket                1967
    Paul Clayton
      As "Stackolee"
      "Bloody Ballads" (Riverside RLP 12-615)
    Logan English
      As "Stackerlee"
      "Gambling Songs" (Riverside RLP 12-643)
    Ed McCurdy
      As "Stackerlee"
      "Blood, Booze'n Bones" (Elektra EKP-108) 
    James Brown                ????
    Robert Hunter
      As "Billy de Lyons and Stagger Lee"
      "Jack O' Roses"
        Jim Kweskin                                1967
          As "Staggerlee"
          "Jump For Joy" (Vanguard VRS-9243 (Mono) VSD-79243 (Stereo))
    Tommy Roe                1971
        Bob Jones & The Range Hands 
          As "Stack O'Lee"
          "" (Coronet CXS-281)
        Dr John                                    1972
          As "Stack-A-Lee"
          "Gumbo" (Atco 7006-2)
    The Rooftop Singers
      As "Stagolee"  
    Neil Diamond
    Fabulous Thunderbirds
    Professor Longhair
    David Van Ronk
    Pat Boone
Stander (B.R. Hornsby)
Standing On The Corner ()
    ?Blue Yodel #9?
    ?Four Lads                1956?
    ?Dean Martin                1956?

Start Your Engines (Mydland/Barlow)

Stealin (Gus Cannon)
    Leona Williams                1922
      As "If You Don't Believe I Love You, Look What A Fool I've Been"
      78 - (Co A3713)
      Recorded circa mid September, 1922, New York City 
    Memphis Jug Band            1928
      As "Stealin' Stealin'"
      78 - (Vi V38504)
      LP - "Memphis Jug Band" (Yazoo 1067)
      Recorded September 15 , 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
        Grateful Dead                           1966
          Single 'Stealin'/Don't Ease Me In' (Scorpio 003-201)
        Grateful Dead                              1966
          "Historic Dead" (MGM/Sunflower SNF 5004)
      "History of the Grateful Dead" (Pride/MGM PRD 0016)
        Wildcat Jug Band 
          "Wildcat Jug Band" (Vogt Quality Recordings CSRV 2109)
        Arlo Guthrie                               1969
          "Running Down The Road" (Reprise 6346)

Stella Blue (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1973
      "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
    Grateful Dead                1976
      "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)

Stir It Up (Bob Marley)
    Johnny Nash                1973

Stranger (W/B)
    Grateful Dead                1980
      "Go To Heaven" (Arista AL 9508)
    Grateful Dead                1981
      "Dead Set" (Arista A2L 8606)
    Grateful Dead                1990
      "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)

Stronger Than Dirt (Jerry Garcia)
    Grateful Dead                1975
      "Blues for Allah" 
      (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)

Sugar Magnolia (W/H)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)
    Grateful Dead                1972
      "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)

Sugar Shack (Keith McCormack/Faye Voss)
    Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs        1963

Sugaree (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1976
      "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
    Grateful Dead                1991
      "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)

Sunrise (Donna Godchaux)
    Grateful Dead                1977
      "Terrapin Station" (Arista AL 7001)

Sunshine Daydream (W/H)

Superstitious (Willie Dixon)
    Holwin' Wolf
      "Chess Masters Vol III" (Chess)
        Savoy Brown Blues Band                     1967
          "Shake Down"
        Jeff Beck                                  1968
          "Truth" (Epic PE 26413)
    Howlin' Wolf                 1970
      "London Howlin' Wolf Sessions" Chess 
    Willie Dixon
      "I Am The Blues" (Columbia)
    Yardbirds

Supplication (W/B)

Swing Low Sweet Chariot (Trad)
    Apollo Male Quartette            1912
      78 - (Co A1169, Standard A1169)
      Recorded Feb 26, 1912, New York City
    Morehouse College Quartet        1923
      78 - (OK 4887)
      Recorded June 1923, Atlanta, Ga
    Dixie Jubilee Singers            1924
      78 - (Br unissued)
      Recorded June 30, 1924, New York City  
    Dixie Jubilee Singers            1924
      As "Swing Low"
      78 - (Br unissued)
      Recorded July 28, 1924, New York City
    Norfolk Jubilee Quartet            1924
      78 - (Pm 12225, Bwy 5000)
      Recorded circa July, 1924, New York City
    Hampton Quartet                1925
      Phonophotographic Field Recording
      Recorded mid 1925, probably Hampton, Va 
    Cotton Belt Quartet            1926
      78 - (Vo unissued)
      Recorded May 14, 1926, New York City 
    Cotton Belt Quartet            1926
      78 - (Vo unissued)
      Recorded May 25, 1926, New York City 
    Cotton Belt Quartet            1926
      78 - (1023) 
      Recorded June 9, 1926, New York City 
    J Baker                    1926
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded May 19, 1926, Darien area, Ga
    Norfolk Jubilee Quartet            1927
      78 - (Pm 12445, Her 93003)
      Recorded circa February 1927, New York City
    Cotton Pickers Quartet            1931
      78 - (OK 8917) 
      Recorded January 26, 1931, New York City  
    Cotton Pickers Quartet            1931
      78 - (Cq 8360) 
      Recorded May 14, 1931, New York City
    Mitchell's Christian Singers        1934
      78 - (ARC 6-04-64)
      Recorded August 22, 1934, New York City
    Ebony Three                1938
      78 - (De 7527)
      Recorded May 25, 1938, New York City 
    Morris Brown Quartet            1939
      78 - (BB B8275, MW M8514)
      Recorded August 23, 1939, Atlanta, Ga
    Huddie Ledbetter            1940
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded August 23, 1940, Wasington DC
    Asa Ware                1941
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded spring 1941, Coahoma Co, Miss
    Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys
      78 - (Decca 46325) 
    Charles Lee
      "Swing Low Sweet Chariot" (Riverside RLP 12-651)
    Pete Seeger 
    Eric Clapton                               1975
          "There's One In Every Crowd" (RSO)
        Solar Circus                               1992
          "Twilight Dance" (Relix  RRCD 2047)

Take It Off (Ellis McDaniels)

Take You Home (Mydland/Barlow)
    Grateful Dead                1989
      "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)

Tambourine Man (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1965
          "Bringing It All Back Home"
        Byrds                                      1965
          "Mr Tambourine Man" (CBS CS 9172)
        Bob Dylan                                  1971
          "Concert For Bangladesh" (Apple STCX 3385)
          Recorded live August 1, 1971, Madison Square Garden, NYC

Tangled Up (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan                1974
      "Blood On The Tracks" (Columbia CK 33235)
        Bob Dylan                                  1974
          "The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3"
          Alternate version recorded September 16, 1974

Tell Mama ()
    Etta James                1968

Tennessee Jed (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1972
      "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)

Terrapin (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1977
      "Terrapin Station" (Arista AL 7001)
      Related Song: Lady Of Carlisle
    Pentangle                1972
      "Solomon's Seal"
    Robert Hunter 

That's All Right Mama (Arthur Crudup)
    Big Bill Broonzy            1932
      As "Alright Mama Blues"
      78 - (Ge unissued)
      Recorded Feb 9, 1932, Richmond, Ind
        Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup 
          "Mean Ole Frisco'" (Collectables COL 5130)
        Elvis Presley                              1954
          Single (Sun 209) released July 19, 1954
          Recorded July 6, 1954, Sun Studios, Memphis, Tennessee

That Would Be Something (McCartney)        
    Paul McCartney                1970 
      "McCartney" (Apple STAO 3363)
    Paul McCartney                1991 
      "MTV Unplugged" 
The Boxer (Paul Simon)
        Simon & Garfunckle                         1970
          "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
        Paul Simon                                 1974
          "Paul Simon In Concert / Live Rhymin'"
The Eleven (Hunter/Lesh)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "Live Dead" (Warner Brothers 1830-2)
        Solar Circus                               1989
          "Juggeling Suns" (Relix RRCD 2037)
    Grateful Dead                1992
      "Two From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40162)

The Flood ()

The Main Ten (Mickey Hart)

The Master's Bouquet ()

The Only Time Is Now ()

The Raven Space (Lesh/Poe)
by(Sam "Lightning" Hopkins)
    Lovin' Sam Theard (The Mad Comic)    1934
      As "Rubbin' On That Darned Old Thing (Rub That Thing)"
      78 - (De 7025)
      Recorded circa September 10, 1934, Chicago, Ill
    Oscar's Chicago Swingers        1936
      As "New Rubbing On That Darned Old Thing"
      78 - (De 7186)
      Recorded May 5, 1936, Chicago, Ill
    State Street Swingers            1936
      As "I Kept On Rubbing That Thing"
      78 - (Vo 03284)
      Recorded July 9, 1936, Chicago, Ill 
    Lightnin' Hopkins            1962
      As "Ain't It Crazy"
      "Hootin' The Blues" (Prestige 7806)
      Recorded live at the "Second Fret" in Philadelphia,
      PA on May 17, 1962.
The Seven ()

The Weight (J.R. Robertson)
    The Band                1968
      "Music From Big Pink"
        King Curtis                                1969
          "Instant Groove" (Atco SD 33-293)
        Bob Dylan w/ The Band                      1974
          "Before The Flood"
    The Band                1977
      "The Last Waltz"
    Diana Ross
    The Temptations
    Smith

Thin Man (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1965
          "Highway 61 Revisited"
        Bob Dylan w/ The Band                      1974
          "Before The Flood"

Throwing Stones (W/B)
    Grateful Dead                1987
      "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452)

Tiger By The Tail ()
    Buck Owens                1965
        Porter Wagoner                             1966
          "On The Road" (RCA LPM 3509)

Till The Morning Comes (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)

Times A Changin (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1964
          "The Times They Are A Changin'"
        Simon & Garfunckle                         1966
          "Wednesday Morning 3 A.M."

TLEO (G/H)
To Lay Me Down (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1981
      "Reckoning" (Arista A2L 8604)
    Cowboy Junkies                1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)

Tom Thumb Blues (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan                1965
      "Highway 61 Revisited" (Columbia)
    Bob Dylan                1966
      Single (Recorded Live)
    Judy Collins                1967
      "In My Life"

Tomorrow Is A Long Time (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan
        Ian & Sylvia                               1963
          "Four Strong Winds" (Vanguard 79206)

Tomorrow Is Forever (Dolly Parton)
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton        1970

Tons Of Steel (Brent Mydland)
    Grateful Dead                1987
      "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452)

Top Of The World (Trad)
    The Mississippi Shieks            1930 
      78 - ( Take 1 OK 8784, Take 2 OK 8784, Vo 03188)
      LP - "The Roots Of Robert Johnson" (Yazoo 1073)
      Two takes recorded Febuary 17, 1930, Shreveport, La.
    Beale Street Rounders            1930
      78 - (Vo 1555)
      Recorded Oct 13, 1930, Chicago, Ill
    Rob Robinson                1930
      78 - (Pm unissued)
      LP - (Jazum 8, Oldie Blues OL2805)
      Recorded circa November, 1930, Grafton, Wis
    The Mississippi Shieks            1930
      As "Sitting On Top Of The World No. 2"
      78 - (OK 8854, Vo 03210)
      Recorded December 15, 1930, King Edward Hotel, Jackson, Miss 
    Alabama Sheiks                1931
      78 - (Victor 23261)
      Recorded Jan 20, 1931, Camden NJ
    Harum Scarums                1931
      78 - (Pm 13030, Bwy 5097, Cr 3324)
      Recorded circa January 1931, Grafton, Wis  
    Mae Belle Lee and George Ramsey        1931
      78 - (Pm 13067)
      Recorded circa April 1931, Grafton, Wis 
    Sam Collins                 1931
      78 - (Ba 32395, Or 8127, Pe 0203, Ro 5127)
      Recorded October 8, 1931, New York City 
    Joe Evans and Arthur McCLain        1931
      Take 1 78 - (Ba 32211, Or 8079, Pe 180, Ro 5079)
      Take 2 78 - (ARC unissued) 
      Recorded May 21, 1931, New York City 
    The Mississippi Shieks            1932
      As "The New Sitting On Top Of The World"
      78 - (PM 13134, Ch 50021, Cr 3327, Vs 6009)
      Recorded circa July 1932, Grafton, Wis
    Arthur (Brother-In-Law) Armstrong    1940
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded Oct 4, 1940, Jasper Texas
    Turner Junior Johnson            1942
      Library Of Congress Recording
      Recorded July 19, 1942, Coahoma Co. Agricultural School,
      Clarksdale, Miss
    Milton Brown and His Musical Brownies
      As "Just Sitting On Top Of The World"
      78 - (Bluebird 5715)
    Grateful Dead                1967
      "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers WS 1689-2)
    Cream                    1968                  
      (Studio) "Wheels Of Fire" 
    Woodrow Adams                1969
      Unissued
      Recorded August 28, 1967, Robinsonville, Miss  
    Cream                    1969                  
      (Live)   "Goodbye"       
    Howlin' Wolf                1971                 
      "The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions" (Chess CH 60008)
      Recorded Nov 1971 at Olympic Sound Studios, London.
    The Pinnacle Boys
      "The World's Greatest Bluegrass Bands Number 2" (CMH CD 5901)
    Doc Watson
    The Carter Family
    Bob Wills 
          "" (Coronet CXS-281)

Touch of Gray (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1987
      "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452)

Train To Cry (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1965
          "Highway 61 Revisited"
        Bob Dylan                                  1965
          "The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3"
          Alternate version recorded June 15, 1965
        Blue Cheer                                 1969
          "New Improved" (Phillips PHS 600-305)
        Bob Dylan                                  1971
          "Concert For Bangladesh" (Apple STCX 3385)
          Recorded live August 1, 1971, Madison Square Garden, NYC
        The Earl Scruggs Review                    1973
          "The Earl Scruggs Review" (Columbia KC 32426)
        Saunders/Garcia/Kahn/Vitt                  1973
          "Live At The Keystone, Vol. 1" (Fantasy FCD-7701-2)
          Recorded live July, 1973, at The Keystone, Berkeley, Ca

Truckin' (Garcia/Weir/Lesh/Hunter)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "American Beauty" (Warner Brothers 1893-2)
    Grateful Dead                1972
      "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
    Kings Road                1973
      "Watkins Glen" (Pickwick International SPC 3355)
    Pop-O-Pies
    The Squalls                1988
      "No Time" (Dog Gone Records DOG 0001)
    Dwight Yoakam                1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
Two Souls In Communion ()

U.S. Blues (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1974
      "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
    Grateful Dead                1976
      "Steal Your Face" (Grateful Dead Records GD LA260 J2GD 104)
    The Harshed Mellows            1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
    Grateful Dead                1991
      "One From The Vault" (Grateful Dead GDCD40132)
Unbroken Chain()
    Grateful Dead                1974
      "Grateful Dead From The Mars Hotel" (Grateful Dead Records GD 102)
Uncle John's Band (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "Working Man's Dead" (Warner Brothers 1869-2)
    Kings Road                1973
      "Watkins Glen" (Pickwick International SPC 3355)
    Indigo Girls                1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)
Unusual Occurances In The Desert
    Grateful Dead                1975
      "Blues for Allah" 
      (Grateful Dead Records / United Artists LA494G)  
      (B.R. Hornsby/John Hornsby)

Victim (Wier/Graham)
    Grateful Dead                1989
      "Built To Last" (Arista 8587)
    Grateful Dead                1990
      "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)

Viola Lee Blues (Noah Lewis)
    Cannon"s Jug Stompers            1928
      78 - (Take 1 Vi V38523, BB B5030, Sr S3117)
      (Take 2 Victor unissued)
      Take 2 LP - (RCA RCX202, Herwin H208)
      "Cannon's Jug Stompers - The Complete Works 1927-1930" 
      (Yazoo 1082/3) (LP includes both takes, CD take 1 only)
      Recorded September 20, 1928, Memphis, Tennessee
    The Jim Kweskin Jug Band        1966
      As "Viola Lee"
      "See Reverse Side For Title" (Vangard VSD 79234)
    Grateful Dead                1967
      "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers WS 1689-2)
    The GP's
      As "Penetentiary Bound"
      "Saturday Rolling Around" (Woodworm Records, England)
        Solar Circus                               1992
          "Twilight Dance" (Relix  RRCD 2047)

Visions Of Johanna (Dylan)
        Bob Dylan                                  1966
          "Blonde On Blonde"
        Bob Dylan                                  1966
          "Biograph" (CBS C5X 38830-LP)
          Recorded live May 26, 1966

Wabash Cannonball (A. P. Carter)

Wake Up Little Susie (Felice Bryant/Boudleaux Bryant)
    Everly Brothers                1957
    Simon and Garfunckle            1982
    Grateful Dead                1973
      "History Of The Grateful Dead, Vol I (Bear's Choice)"
      (Warner Brothers 2721-2)

Walk Down The Street ()

Walkin Blues (Robert Johnson)
    Ma Rainey                1923
      78 - (Pm 12082, JC L48, AFCDJ A047)
      Recorded December 1923, Chicago, Ill
    Charles Anderson            1924
      78 - (OK 8208)
      Recorded Dec 8, 1924, Chicago Ill
    Charlie Hill                1928
      78 - (Ge unissued )
      Recorded July 2, 1928, Richmond, Ind
    Zackie Knox                1928
      78 - (Vi V38625)
      Recorded September 1, 1928, Memphis, Tenn 
    Otis Harris                1928
      78 - (Co 14428-D)
      Recorded December 8, 1928, Dallas, Texas
    Raymond Barrow                1929
      78 - (Pm 12803)
      Recorded June 7, 1929, Richmond, Ind
    Mississippi Sheiks            1933
      78 - (Unissued Co)
      Recorded June 20, 1933, Chicago, Ill
    Lucille Bogan                1933
      78 - (Ba 33119, Me M13086, Or 8361,
                  Pe 0289, Ro 5361)
      Recorded July 18, 1933, New York City
    Chasey Collins                1935
      78 - (BB B6261)
      Recorded October 31, 1935, Chicago, Ill 
    Robert Johnson                1936
      78 - (Vo 03601)
      "The Complete Recordings" (Columbia C2K 46222)
      Recorded November 27 1936, San Antonio, Texas
    John D. Twitty                1937
      78 - (ARC 7-05-80, Vo 03518)
      Recorded March 18, 1937, Chicago, Ill 
    Son House                1941
      Library Of Congress Recording
      LP - (Flyright FLYLP541)
      Recorded circa August 24-31, 1941, Clack Store near
      Lake Cormorant, Miss
    Son House                1942
      Library Of Congress Recording
      LP - (Fury FA2467, FTS31028, Verve-Folkways FV9035,
      CS9217, Xtra 1080, Roots RSE1, FL 9002)
      Recorded July 17, 1942, Robinsonville, Miss
    J.T. Adams and Shirley Griffith        1961
      LP - (Bv 1077)
      Recorded 1961, Indianapolis, Ind 
    Muddy Waters                1950s
      "Original Chess Masters" (Chess CXMD 4000)
    Paul Butterfield Blues Band          1966
      "East West" (Elektra EKS-7294)
    Jorma Qouknin                1984
      "Magic"  
        John Kay                                   1972
          "Forgotten Songs & Unsung Heros"
          (ABC Dunhill DSX 50120)
    Lonnie Pitchford
    Grateful Dead                1990
      "Without A Net" (Arista AL3-8634)

Walkin The Dog (Rufus Thomas)
    Rufus Thomas                1963 
      Single (Stax 140) 
      "Walking The Dog" (Stax 704) 
      "Walking The Dog" (Atlantic 7 82254-2)
    Rolling Stones                1964
      "England's Newest Hit Makers"
      Recorded February 1964, Regent Sound Studios, London 

Wang Dang Doodle (Willie Dixon)
    Howlin' Wolf                1960 
      "The Best Of Howlin' Wolf" (Telstar TSD-3500)
      Recorded June, 1960, Chicago.
    Howlin' Wolf                 1970
      "London Howlin' Wolf Sessions" Chess 1970
    Koko Taylor
Warriors Of The Sun (Joan Baez)
Watching The River Flow (Dylan)
Watchtower (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan                1968
      "John Wesley Harding"
    Jimi Hendrix                1968
      "Electric Ladyland"
    Jimi Hendrix                               1971
          "Isle Of Wight"
          Recorded live at the Isle Of Wight, 1970
    Bob Dylan                1974
      "Before The Flood"
    Bob Dylan                1978
      "Dylan At Budokan"

Wave The Flag (G/H)

We Bid You Goodnight (Trad)
    Methodist hymnal            1912
      As "The Christian's 'Good Night'"
    Joseph Spence and the Pindar Family
      "Spring of '65"
    Pindar Family and Joseph Spence
      "The Real Bahamas" (Nonesuch H-72013)
    Grateful Dead                1970
      "Live Dead" (Warner Brothers 1830-2)
    Tom Constanten                             1992
          "Nightfall Of Diamonds" (Relix RRCD 2046)
      Related Song:
    Doc Watson
      As "Walkin' In Jerusalem" 

We Can Run (Mydland/Barlow)
    Grateful Dead                1989
      "Built To Last" (Arista 8587) CD & Cassette Only


Werewolves of London (Warren Zevon)
    Warren Zevon                1978
      "Excitable Boy"

West LA Fadeaway (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1987
      "In The Dark" (Arista AL 8452)

Wharf Rat (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1971
      "Grateful Dead" (Warner Brothers 1935-2)
    Midnight Oil                1991
      "Deadicated" (Arista ARCD-8669)

What's Become Of The Baby (G/H/L)
    Grateful Dead                1969
      "Aoxomoxoa" (Warner Brothers 1790-2)

What's Going On (Marvin Gaye)
    Marvin Gaye                1971
Wheel (G/H)
       Related Song: Ezekiel Saw The Wheel
    Norfolk Jubilee Quartet            1924
      As "Eziekel Saw De Wheel"
      78 - (Take 1 Pm 12217, Pm 13146, Take 2 Pm 12217,
         Bwy 5077)
      Recorded circa July, 1924, New York City  
    Alberta Hunter  
    Rosetta Tharpe   
Who Do You Love (Ellis McDaniels)
    Bo Diddley                                 1956
    Sapphires                1964
        Quicksilver Messenger Service              1969
          "Happy Trails" (Capitol SN 16090)
        George Thorogood                           1973
          "Move It On Over" (Rounder 3024)
        George Thorogood 
          "Live"
Wicked Messenger (Dylan)
    Bob Dylan                                  1968
          "John Westly Harding"
Woman Smarter (Norman Span)
    The Brute Force Steel Band        1950s
      "Music To Awaken The Ballroom Beast" (Cook Records)
    Harry Belefonte                1956 
      "Calypso" (RCA LPM-1248)
      "Harry Belafonte - All Time Greatest, Vol. 2" 
      (RCA 8555-2-R)
    The Jolly Boys
      "Sunshine 'n' Water"
        Robert Palmer                              1976
          "Some People Can Do What They Like" (Island ILPS 9420)
    Rosanne Cash
    Carlene Carter
    Dream Warriors
      "Soundtrack of Buffy the Vampire Slayer" 

World To Give (G/H)
    Grateful Dead                1978
      "Shakedown Street" (Arista AB 4198)

WRS Part 1 (Weir/Eric Anderson)
    Grateful Dead                1973
      "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)
 

WRS Prelude (Bob Weir)
    Grateful Dead                1973
      "Wake Of The Flood" (GDCD4002)

Yonder's Wall (Arthur Cruddup)
        Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup 
          "Mean Ole Frisco'" (Collectables COL 5130)
        Elmore James 

You Ain't Woman Enough (Loretta Lynn)
    Loretta Lynn                1966


You Don't Have To Ask ()

You Don't Love Me (Katrina/Frederick)

You See A Broken Heart ()

You Win Again (Hank Williams)
    Hank Williams
      78 - (M-G-M 11318) 
    Fats Domino                1962
    Grateful Dead                1972
      "Europe '72" (Warner Brothers 2668-2)
 

You Won't Find Me (Joan Baez)
 

Your Love At Home ()