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Show 075S - Bob Dylan by Others

“Sweet Mary,” Wadsworth Mansion, Super Hits of the 70’s, Have a Nice Day, Rhino
“Crossroads,” Tracy Chapman, Crossroads, Elektra
“Hello Mary Lou,” The Statler Brothers, The Definitive Collection, Mercury Nashville
“Old Fashioned Love Song,” Three Dog Night, Joy to the World, Three Dog Night, Their Greatest Hits, MCA
“Ghosts of the Good Old Days,” John McCutcheon, These Times We’re Living In, Red House Records
“Carey,” Joni Mitchell, Blue, Reprise
“The Astronaught,” Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks, 2000 Year Old Man, Rhino
“Your Smiling Face,” James Taylor, James Taylor, Greatest Hits, Columbia
“Dance upon the Earth,” The Burns Sisters, In This World, Philo
““Sea Man,” Don McLean, Believers, Hip-O Records
“Eleanor Plunkett,” Clannad, An Dioliam, Music Club
“Daddy You’ve Been on My Mind,” Judy Collins, Judy Collins Fifth Album, Elektra
“All Along the Watchtower,” Jimi Hendrix, Experience Hendrix, The Best of Jimi Hendrix, MCA
“Blowin’ in the Wind,” Peter, Paul and Mary, Peter, Paul and Mary, Ten Years Together, Warner
“It Ain’t Me Babe,” Turtles, Folk Rock, K-Tel
“Like a Rolling Stone,” The Rascals, The Young Rascals, Rhino/Atlantic
“You Can’t Rollerskate in a Buffalo Herd,” Roger Miller, Roger Miller Super Hits, Epic
“Tomorrow Is a Long Time,” Ian and Sylvia, Ian And Sylvia, Greatest Hits, Vanguard
“All I Really Want to Do,” Cher, Folk Rock, K-Tel
“Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright,” John Anderson, I Just Came Home to Count the Memories,  Rhino/Warner
“My Back Pages,” The Byrds, The Byrds Greatest Hits, Columbia
“The Times They Are A-Changin’,” Simon and Garfunkel, Wednesday Morning 3 A.M., Columbia

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