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The LibGuides A-Z Database List provides a powerful interface for your patrons to browse, sort, search, and share your library's research databases. Behind the scenes, it also gives you a bunch of helpful tools to make managing your databases easier than ever before:

  • Import / update databases from a spreadsheet or Serials Solutions/Intota.
  • ​Reuse databases from the LibGuides community.
  • Organize and filter databases by subject category, type, and vendor.
  • Improve search results by adding alternative names or keywords to databases.
  • Help users critically evaluate resources by adding descriptions.
  • Profile your new, trial, and popular databases to improve discovery.
  • Inform users of permitted uses for each resource with customizable license permissions.
  • Hide individual databases from your public A-Z Database List.
  • Add internal notes to log important information or reminders.
  • Analyze your database holdings by subject, by vendor, and even within the LibGuides community.

Who can add & manage databases?

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Unlike your LibGuides assets library (Content > Assets), the A-Z Database List can only be managed by the following users:

  • Admin users
  • Regular users with the Manage Assets permission (CMS only)

Although all other users can reuse databases in their guides, they cannot add or edit them.

We recommend that admins first set up the following before creating your databases:

  • Vendors (Content > A-Z Database List > Settings)
    • Note: it is possible to create new vendors while adding databases, as well.
  • Database Types (Content > A-Z Database List > Settings)
  • Permitted Uses (Content > A-Z Database List > Settings)
  • Login Credential Types (Content > A-Z Database List > Settings)
  • Subjects (Admin > Metadata & URLs > Subjects)
  • Resource Icons (Content > Assets > Resource Icons)
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By setting these up in advance, you won't have to worry about backtracking to add subjects, database types, etc. to your existing databases.

Browse & view your databases

  1. To view and manage your databases, go to Content > A-Z Database List.
    1. Under the Databases tab, use the options at the top of the page to filter your database list by the following fields:
      • Name / Keywords (this looks for text in both the Name and Alternative Names/Keywords fields)
      • Desc. / More Info (this looks for text in both the Description and More Info fields)
      • URL
      • Internal Note
      • Subjects
      • Types
      • Vendors
      • Permitted Uses
      • Hidden
      • New / Trial / Popular
      • Owner
    2. Click the Filter button to apply the selected filters (or click Clear to remove all applied filters).
    3. Click on a column heading to sort by that column in ascending order. Click it again to switch to descending order.
    4. To preview your public A-Z Database List page, click on Preview A-Z List.
  2. To view an individual database, click on its name.
    • This will allow you to view the database's metadata, as well as a complete list of its guide mappings.
    • While viewing a database, you will also be able to edit it.

Example of a database record

The following is an example of what you'll see when viewing a database. This includes:

  • The option to edit the database
  • A listing of all database information, such as the name, description, and assigned subjects.
  • A list of all guide mappings (i.e. where your databases are being reused in your guides)
  • If you have LibGuides CMS:
    • If your database is linked to the A-Z Community record, you'll have the option to copy the current database description to your local mapping.
    • You will also see a summary of holdings in the Community under the Community Statistics.

Add a new database

  1. Under the Databases tab, click the Add Database button.

The Customize a database's settings section (below) will guide you through all of the available database options, which we've broadly grouped as follows:

  • General database information: Vendor/Provider; Database Types; Database Name; and Alternative Name(s) & Keywords.
  • Database link: Database URL; Use Proxy; Window Target; and Friendly URL.
  • Subject categories: Best Bets and Additional Subjects.
  • Descriptive information: Description; Description Display; More Info; Library Review; and New/Trial/Popular.
  • Management options: Permitted Uses; Hidden; Internal Note; and Owner.

Importing databases

Did you know you can also import databases in bulk? We can even connect and import databases from your Serials Solution or Intota system. For more info, check out A-Z Database List: import or update databases in bulk.

Customize a database's settings

When adding or editing a database, you can customize the following settings under the Databases tab. (To make these easier to browse, we've grouped these below to provide some context.)

General database information

  1. Select the Vendor / Provider for your database.
    • If you've not yet added the vendor, select the Add New​ option to create it on the fly.
  2. Select the appropriate Database Types for this database.
    • In order to assign a type, you must first add it under the Settings tab.
  3. Enter the Database Name.
    • If you have LibGuides CMS, you can click on the Community button to look for similar titles in the LibGuides A-Z Community.
    • If there's a match, you can link to that database and reuse the vendor, database name, and/or description in your local asset.
    • By linking your database, this will also allow you to analyze and compare your holdings with the rest of the Community.
  4. Enter any Alternative Name(s) & Keywords that apply to the database. These can aid in searching for the database and will display on the public A-Z Database List page.
    • This can be helpful if a database is referred to by different names or abbreviations.
    • You may also find it helpful to assign individual keywords so the database is more likely to be listed when users search for specific terms.

Database link

  1. In the Database URL field, enter the full URL of the database.
    • If you use a proxy server that prepends your proxy URL to the database URL (like EZProxy), we do not recommend including your proxy URL in the Database URL field.
      • Instead, add your proxy URL to your LibGuides System Settings (under Proxy & Library Systems).
      • Then set the Use Proxy option to Yes in your database.
    • If you use a proxy such as WAM, where the proxy address is included inside the database URL, then the Use Proxy option will not work for you.
      • In that case, you will want to use the proxied URL in the Database URL field.
  2. If proxy authentication is required to view the database, set the Use Proxy setting to Yes.
    • When enabled, LibGuides will automatically prepend your proxy URL to the link URL.
    • Note: this requires your Admin to provide your library's proxy URL in your LibGuides system settings.
  3. From the Window Target dropdown, select whether to open the database in a new window, the current window, or whatever the current system default window target is set to (under Admin > System Settings).
  4. You can optionally give your database a Friendly URL.
    • Because some database URLs can be lengthy, this gives you the ability to create a shortened URL that you can more easily share and bookmark.
    • It also serves as a stable URL, as well. Even if you need to update the database's URL in the future, the same friendly URL can be used to access it.
    • Friendly URLs can contain letters, numbers, underscores, and hyphens. For best results, we recommend using lowercase letters.

Subject categories

  1. You can optionally assign your database as a Best Bet for one or more subjects.
    • When a user filters your A-Z List by this subject, the assigned Best Bets will be highlighted at the top of the list.
  2. You can also assign this database to Additional Subjects.
    • When a user filters your A-Z List by these subjects, the database will be listed below any assigned Best Bets.

Descriptive information

  1. In the Description field, you can enter a public description for this database.
  2. Use the Description Display options to customize how the description displays in the A-Z Database List (and when the database is reused in guides).
    • Display beneath item title: this will display the full text of the description on the page, right below the title.
    • Hover over item title: this will display the description in a popover when a user hovers over the title.
    • Hover over 'info' icon: an info () icon will appear next to the title. When a user hovers over it, a popover will appear displaying the description.
    • Hide description: if you would like to hide the description, select this option. This will not hide the More Info field.
  3. You can also enter additional details about the database in the More Info field.
    • Users will see a More Info link appear below the description.
    • When a user clicks the link, the text from the More Info field will expand onto the page.
  4. You can optionally add a Library Review of this database to share with patrons and the LibGuides community.
    • This can help you share a more subjective review of the database with your patrons, in addition to the database's overall description.
    • Library reviews will also display when looking up a database in the LibGuides A-Z Community.
    • This is a great way to share your experience and critically evaluate new resources!
  5. Use the New / Trial / Popular options to flag a database as a new arrival, a trial subscription, and/or a popular resource.
    • The New and Trial statuses can be set to expire on a certain date. Use the Expires options for each to set the expiration date.
    • While active, labels will appear next to each title to indicate their status:
      • New - these are new databases that you've subscribed to. Choosing this status can increase awareness of your new resources, as it will automatically appear in the New / Trial Databases box on the public A-Z Database List.
      • Trial - these are databases that you are currently trialing. Choosing this status can help encourage your patrons to try it out, as it will automatically appear in the New / Trial Databases box on the public A-Z Database List.
        • If an Expires date is also set, the database will automatically be set to Hidden once the date passes. This will hide it from all public pages.
      • Popular - these are your most popular databases. Choosing this status can make it easier for your patrons to find these, as it will automatically appear in the Popular Databases box on the public A-Z Database List.

Management options

  1. Select the Permitted Uses for this database.
    • This makes it easy to manage your license permissions for each database.
    • These will display in your A-Z Database List so you can easily look up a database's permissions.
  2. Select the Hidden option to prevent the database from displaying on your public A-Z Database List.
    • This option is handy if your trial ends, or you cancel a subscription, but want to retain the database information in case you subscribe in the future.
  3. You can use the Internal Note field to store important info about the database, such as expiration dates, vendor contact info, or login information.
    • These notes do not appear on the public A-Z list.
  4. Use the Owner dropdown to assign ownership of the database to someone else.

Assigning resource icons

  1. Optionally, you can assign resource icons to your link. Click on the Assign Resource Icons panel to select the icons to use.
    • Note: the icons in the screenshot above are for example only. You will only see the icons you've added to your own system.

Adding thumbnail images to a database

  1. Optionally, you can display a thumbnail image (such as a logo) next to your link. Click on the Assign Thumbnail Image, then click the Browse button to upload or select an image from your Image Manager library.
    • Note: thumbnails only display when reusing a database in a guide. They will not display on the public A-Z Database List page.
    • For best results, use a consistent size for all of your thumbnails.

Sharing login credentials

  1. Optionally, you can use the Assign Login Credentials panel to store the various login credentials for each database. This can help you more easily organize and manage the login information for your databases, such as admin logins, stats logins, etc.
    • Note: the credential types in the screenshot above are for example only. You will only see the types you've added to your own system (in the Login Credential Type settings under the Settings tab).
    • For each credential type, enter the corresponding URL. For example, if you're storing admin credentials, you can enter the URL to the admin login page.
    • Enter your credentials in the Login Name and Password fields.

Saving changes to your database

  1. Click the Save button at the bottom of the page to add your new database.
    • Although it will appear immediately in your A-Z Database List, please allow up to 15 minutes for it to appear in your public search results.

Edit and delete databases

You can edit and delete databases from your A-Z Database List under the Databases tab.

  1. To see which guides are reusing a database: click on the number in the Map Ct. column.
    • This will list all guides that have added the database.
    • Keep in mind that, even if a database has a mapping count of 0, it is still being displayed on your A-Z Database List.
  2. To edit a database: click on the Edit () icon in the Actions column. This will allow you to change any of the database's options.
    • For a complete overview of a database's settings, please see Adding a new database to your A-Z Database List.
    • Did you know you can also update databases in bulk? We can even connect and import databases from your Serials Solution or Intota system. For more info, check out A-Z Database List: import or update databases in bulk.
  3. To delete a database: click on the Delete () icon in the Actions column.
    • Note: when you delete a database, it will be completely removed from your A-Z Database List, as well as from any guides to which it was added.
    • Not sure if a database was added to any guides? Look at the Map Ct. column. If there are any mappings, you can click on the number to see a summary of the guide locations.
    • Rather hide a database instead of delete it? Edit the database, then select the Hidden checkbox and save.
  4. To view the database's Community information (CMS Only): click on the Link to Community Item () icon in the Actions column.
    • If you are not linking to the database in the A-Z Community, this icon will be disabled.
    • From here, you can view the the database description, library review, and community holdings summary.
    • If the Community's description is different than your own, you can reuse it in your own database.

Deleting an database will permanently remove it from your system and cannot be undone.

  • The database will be removed from your public A-Z Database List page.
  • If the database is being reused (i.e. mapped) on other guides, deleting it will also remove it from those guides. The Map Ct. column will indicate the number of guides where an asset is being reused.
  • Statistics for deleted databases will be retained. They will appear in your Assets statistics by their ID number and a name of '[deleted]'.
  • Only an Admin or a regular user with the Manage Assets permission (CMS only) can delete a database.

Export your database list

While viewing your database list, you can export your database records by clicking on the Export All Records button and choosing an output format. You can export to:

  • HTML (to view in your browser)
  • CSV (to view and edit in Excel)
  • TEMPLATE (this will give you an export in the same format as the import spreadsheet, allowing you to more easily update your databases in bulk)

If you've filtered your A-Z list, your export will only include those filtered records. Regardless of which output type you choose, the exported file will include every available field (URL, subjects, etc.) for each database.

Many of these files contain several different versions of the same song.

1913 Massacre (Carnegie Chapter Hall, Oct 4, 1961)

20/20 Vision (Austin, 25 October 1991. One-off)

A Change Is Gonna Come (28 March 2004, Apollo Theatre)

A Couple More Years (from the film Hearts of Fire, 1987)

A Satisfied Mind (Philadelphia, Nov 9, 1999)

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Abandoned Love ('Bitter end' version, 1975)

Abraham, Martin and John (1980-81)

Accidentally Like A Martyr (Warren Zevon. Fall 2002)

Acne (Riverside Church, Jul 29, 1961, w/Ramblin' Jack Elliott)

Across the Borderline (Mountain View, CA Aug 5 1986)

Ain't A-Gonna Grieve (Witmark Demo, Aug 1963)

Ain't Gonna Go To Hell For Anybody (1980 tours)

Ain't No More Cane (Gaslight II, lat Oct 1962)

All My Tomorrows (July 1, 1986, Clarkston, Michigan. One-off)

All Over You (From the Witmark Demos, 1963)

All you have to do is dream (Basement outtake, 1967)

Almost Done (Verona rehearsal tape, 1984)

Am I Your Stepchild? (Various, 1978 Fall Tour)

Answer Me (a few performances, Fall 1991)

Answerphone Message (Malibu, 1975)

Any Way You Want Me (Sony Studios, Sept 30, 1994)

Baby, Please Don't Go (Freewheelin' outtake, Apr 25, 1962)

Back Door Blues (the 'Banjo Tape' with Happy Traum, Feb 8 1963)

Ballad For A Friend (Leed Music demo, Jan 1962)

The Ballad Of Donald White (var. occasions 1962)

Ballad of the Gliding Swan (Madhouse on Castle Street, Dec. 1962)

Band Of The Hand (soundtrack, 1986)

Black Cross (Hezekiah Jones) (Gaslight III, late oct 1962)

Black Muddy River(Apr 6, 1992)

Blessed is the Name (var. 1979-80)

Blowin' in the Wind (several versions)

Blue Bonnet Girl (live, 2000)

Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag (NY Town Hall, Apr 12 1963)

Bonnie Ship The Diamond (Basement song, 1967)

Boom Boom Mancini (by Warren Zevon. Fall 2002)

Bound To Lose, Bound To Win (Witmark Demo, early 1963)

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I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind (from the Hank Williams tribute album Timeless (2001)

Carrying a Torch (by Van Morrison; Fall 2002)

Catskill Serenade (Bromberg sessions, early/mid June 1992)

A Change Is Gonna Come (28 March 2004, Apollo Theatre)

City of Gold (unreleased, played live 1980-1981)

Cocaine Blues (Gaslight II 1962/St Johns March 1 1997)

Coming From the Heart (The Road is Long) (Street Legal outtake, 1978)

Confidential To Me (Toad's Place, 1990; Dayton OH, 1991)

Cover Down, Break Through (Spring 1980)

Crazy Love (duet with Van Morrison, June 27, 1989, Athens)

Cross The Green Mountain (Gods And Generals, soundtrack, 2003)

Cuban Missile Crisis (Broadside sessions, March 1963)

Cuckoo Is A Pretty Bird (Gaslight II, late Oct 1962)

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Dark As A Dungeon (Various, Rolling Thunder Revue I, 1975)

Dear Mrs. Roosevelt (Woody Guthrie Tribute concert, Jan 1968)

The Death Of Emmett Till (Freewheelin' outtake)

Deep Ellem Blues (live, Gerde's Folk City, NY, Apr 16, 1962)

Definitely/Positively Van Gogh (Denver Hotel Room, March 13, 1966)

Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) (duet with Joan Baez, second Rolling Thunder tour (1976)

Diamond Joe (from Masked and Anonymous, 2003)

Dink's Song (Minnesota Hotel Tape, Dec 1961)

Dirty Lies (Verona rehearsal tape, May 1984)

Dixie (from Masked and Anonymous, 2003)

Does She Need Me? (from Eat the Document, 1966)

Don't Pity Me (Joliette, Quebec, July 31 1989 (one-off))

Duncan And Brady (Durham, NH, Nov 17 1999)

Dusty Old Fairgrounds (Town Hall, NY, 12 Apr 1963)

E

Eileen Aroon (St Louis, Missouri, June 17 1988)

The End Of The Innocence (by Henley/Hornsby; fall 2002)

Enough is Enough (live, 1984)

F

Farewell (Witmark demo/Times outtake, 1963)

Farewell To The Gold (Youngstown, OH, Nov 2, 1992. One-off)

Female Rambling Sailor (played live six times in 1992)

Fever (Seattle, Nov 30, 1980)

Freedom for the Stallion(1985 studio outtake)

Friend of the Devil (Hunter/Garcia/Dawson)

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George Jackson (single, 1971)

The Girl I Left Behind (Oscar Brand Show, Radio, 29 oct 1961)

Girl on the Green Briar Shore (live, 1992)

Go 'way Little Boy (Empire Burlesque outtake)

Going Down To New Orleans (Freewheelin' outtake, Apr 24, 1962)

Golden Vanity (Waikiki, HI, Apr 24 1992)

The Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie Tribute concert, Jan 1968)

(Cross The) Green Mountain (Gods And Generals, soundtrack, 2003)

Guess I'm Doin' Fine (Witmark Demo, Jan 1964)

Gypsy Lou (Witmark Demo, Aug 1963)

H

Hallelujah (Montreal Jul 8, 1988)

Hallelujah, I'm Ready To Go (Various locations, 1999)

Handsome Molly (Gaslight II, late Oct 1962)

Hard Travelin' (Cynthia Gooding, Folksinger's Choice, Jan/March 1962)

The Harder They Come (Jimmy Cliff; Bonner Springs, 22 Aug, 1989)

Help Me Make It Through The Night(Toad's Place, Jan 1990)

Hero Blues (Freewheelin' outtake, 1962)

Hey La La (spring/summer 1989)

Hiding Too Long (NY Town Hall, Apr 12 1963)

Hiram Hubbard (Finjan Club, July 1962)

Humming Bird (Summer 2001; incl. John & Jack Anglin's version)

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I Ain't Got No Home (Woody Guthrie Tribute concert, Jan 1968)

I am the Man, Thomas (Various locations, fall 1999)

I Can't Get You Off Of My Mind (from the Hank Williams tribute album Timeless (2001)

I Can't Leave Her Behind (from Eat the Document, 1966)

I Hear A Voice Calling (Bill Monroe/Bessie Lee Mauldin. Hamburg, NY, Aug 15, 2002; incl. versions by Monroe and the Stanley Brothers.)

I Rode Out One Morning (Fourth McKenzie tape, Apr 12, 1963)

I Was Young When I Left Home (Minnesota Hotel Tape, Dec 1961)

I Will Love Him (Toronto, Apr 19, 1980)

I Will Sing (Akron, Ohio May 18th, 1980; only performance)

Idiot Wind (Various versions)

I'd Hate To Be You On That Dreadful Day (Witmark Demo, early 1963)

If I Don't Be There By Morning (written for Eric Clapton's album Backless, 1978)

If You Gotta Go, Go Now (Halloween show, 1964)

If You See Her, Say Hello (New York versions)

I'll Be Around (Hollywood, CA, Aug 4, 1988)

I'll Not Be A Stranger (performed twice, late 1997)

I'm A Fool For You (Basement Tapes outtake, 1967)

I'm In The Mood For Love (live 1988/9)

I'm Movin' On (Hank Snow; Tokyo, March 10, 1986)

I'm Not Supposed To Care (Gordon Lightfoot; played in 1998)

Important Words (Down in the Groove outtake, 1987)

In The Evening (Minnesota Hotel Tape, Dec 1961)

In The Pines (Carnegie Chapter Hall, Nov 1961 and Toad's Place, Jan 1990)

It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

It's Hard To Be Blind (Minnesota Party and Hotel Tapes, May/Dec 1961)

I've Been All Around This World (Toad's Place, Jan 1990)

J

James Alley Blues (Minnesota Party Tape, May 1961)

Jesus Met The Woman At The Well (Gleason Home Tape, Feb/March 1961)

John Brown (Gaslight II (1962) and Unplugged (1995) versions)

Julius and Ethel (Infidels outtake)

Just Like a Woman (Studio and live versions)

K

Kaatskill Serenade (Bromberg sessions, early/mid June 1992)

Key To The Highway (Toad's Place, Jan 1990)

Kindhearted Woman Blues (Gaslight II, late Oct 1962)

Knockin' on Heaven's Door (w/outtakes and lyric changes)

L

The Lady Came From Baltimore (live 1994)

Lady of Carlisle (Sydney, Apr 14, 1992)

Lakes of Pontchartrain (St Louis, Missouri, June 17 1988)

Lawyers, Guns and Money (by Warren Zevon; Fall 2002)

Let's Begin (by Jim Webb; 1981 tour)

Let's Keep It Between Us (1980 tours)

Lily, Rosemary and the Jack of Hearts (New York and Minnesota versions)

Little Moses (Milan, Italy, Jun 27 1993)

Liverpool Gal (manuscript from late 1962, no known version by Dylan)

Long Time Man (Cynthia Gooding's Folksinger's Choice, Jan/March 1962)

The Lonesome River (by the Stanley Brothers, sung with Ralph Stanley, 1998)

Lonesome River Edge (the 'Banjo Tape' with Happy Traum, Feb 8 1963)

Lonesome Town (summer 1986)

Lonesome Whistle Blues (From Freewheelin' sessions, 1962)

Long Ago, Far Away(Witmark Demo, Nov, 1962)

Long Black Veil (George, Washington, June 17, 2000)

Long Time Gone (Witmark Demo, March 1963)

Long Time Growing (Minnesota Party Tape, 1961/Basement Tapes outtake, 1967)

Lost Highway (Savoy Hotel, May 1965, from Don't Look Back)

Love Is Just A Four-Letter Word (Joan Baez' version)

Lucky Old Sun (var., 1986-2000)

M

Mary Ann (from the 'Karen Wallace tape', 1960)

Mary Ann (off Dylan, 1973)

Mary Of The Wild Moor (1980-81)

Milk Cow's Calf Blues (Freewheelin' outtake, Apr 1962)

Moon River (Merriville, In., Aug 27, 1990)

Motherless Children (Gaslight II, late Oct 1962)

Mr Tambourine Man (studio and live versions)

Mutineer (Warren Zevon. Fall 2002)

My (true) La La (spring/summer 1989)

N

Naomi Wise (Riverside Church, Jul 25, 1961)

Never Let Me Go (Various, Rolling Thunder Revue I, 1975)

New Minglewood Blues (Århus, Denmark, 15 June 1996)

Bob Dylan's New Orleans Rag (NY Town Hall, Apr 12 1963)

Newry Highwayman (Roving Blade) (Reno, NV, March 17, 2000)

Night After Night (outtake from Hearts of Fire,1986)

No More One More Time (Oct 13, 2004)

Not Fade Away (various locations, 1997-)

Nuggets of Rain (with Bette Midler, october 1975)

O

Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie (Durham NH, 1997)

Old Five And Dimer (outtake from the film Hearts Of Fire, 1987)

Old Man (by Neil Young; fall 2002)

Old Rock 'n' Roller (Hamburg, 3 July 1990. Almost one-off)

On A Rainy Afternoon (from Eat the Document, 1966)

One For The Road (Basement Tapes outtake, 1967)

One Irish Rover (duet with Van Morrison, June 27, 1989, Athens)

P

Pancho and Lefty (June 21, 1989)

Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior (5 times, 1999-2000)

Peace in the Valley (Les Arènes, Frejus, France 13 June 1989, one-off)

People Get Ready (Basement and Renaldo & Clara versions)

People Putting People Down (Prine; Rome, June 6, 1991)

Percy's Song (Carnegie Hall, New York City 26 Oct 1963)

Polly Vaughn (Bromberg Sessions, early/mid June 1992)

Poor Lazarus (Minnesota Hotel Tape, Dec 1961)

Positively 4th Street (Single, 1966)

Positively Van Gogh (Denver Hotel Room, March 13, 1966)

Pretty Boy Floyd (Folkways: A Vision Shared, Spring 1987)

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R

Railroad Bill (Minnesota Party Tape, May 1961)

Railroad Boy (Various, Rolling Thunder Revue II, 1976)

Ramblin' Down Through the World (W. Guthrie; NY Town Hall, Apr 12, 1963)

Red Cadillac and a Black Moustache (summer 1986)

Remember Me (When the Candle Lights are Gleaming) (Gleason Home Tape, Feb/March 1961)

Repossession Blues (1978 rehearsal)

Return To Me (Sopranos 2 soundtrack, 2001)

Rise Again (1980-81 tour)

Rita May (Desire outtake, 1975)

Rock Me Mama (Pat Garret & Billy The Kid outtake, 1973)

Rock of Ages (by Augustus Montague Toplady; since 1999)

Rocks and Gravel (Freewheelin' outtake, 1962)

Roll On John (Cynthia Gooding, Folksinger's Choice, Jan/March 1962)

Roving Blade (Reno, NV, March 17, 2000)

Roving Gambler (El Rey Theatre, LA, CA, Dec 17 1997)

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Sally Girl(Freewheelin' Sessions, Apr 1962)

San Francisco Bay Blues (Gerde's Folk City, sept 1961)

Searching For A Soldier's Grave (Various locations, Summer/Fall 2000)

Shake Sugaree (E. Cotten; live 1996/7)

She's Love Crazy (Fall 1978)

Sign Language (written for Eric Clapton, relased on his album No Reason to Cry (1976)

Sloppy Drunk (Rogers; Bromberg Sessions, early/mid June 1992)

Smokestack Lightning (Cynthia Gooding show, March 11, 1962)

Somebody Touched Me (Various locations, fall 1999)

Soon (Gerschwin Gala, Mar 11, 1987)

Spanish Is The Loving Tongue (live, Rolling Thunder Revue II, 1976)

Stand By Me (Aug 28, 1990, Merrillville, Indiana. One-off)

Standing On The Highway (Leed Music demo, Jan 1962)

Stealin' (var, early 1960s)

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Steel Bars (co-written with Michael Bolton, who sung it on his album Time Love & Tenderness, 1991)

Still in Town(Basement outtake, 1967)

Stone Walls and Steel Bars (Beverly Hills, May 21 1997)

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Talkin' Devil (Broadside sessions, Jan 19, 1963)

Telephone Response Song (Malibu, 1975)

Songs Pk A To Z

Telephone Wire (George Harrison session, May 1, 1970)

Thank God (Chabad contribrution, June/Sept 1986)

That Lucky Old Sun (var., 1986-2000)

The Ballad Of Donald White (var. occasions 1962)

The Death Of Emmett Till (Freewheelin' outtake)

The End Of The Innocence (by Henley/Hornsby; fall 2002)

The Girl I Left Behind (Oscar Brand Show, Radio, 29 oct 1961)

The Grand Coulee Dam (Woody Guthrie Tribute concert, Jan 1968)

The Lady Came From Baltimore (live 1994)

The Lonesome River (by the Stanley Brothers, sung with Ralph Stanley, 1998)

The Times They Are A-Changin'

The Times We've Known (Madison Square Garden, November 1 1998)

The Two Sisters (Karen Wallace Tape, May 1960)

The Usual (from the film Hearts of Fire, 1987)

The Water Is Wide (Various, Rolling Thunder Revue I, 1975)

Thief On The Cross (New Orleans, Nov 10 1981)

Things Have Changed (Wonder Boys soundtrack, 2000)

This Land is your land (Woody Guthrie)

This Was My Love (Infidels outtake, 1983)

This World Can't Stand Long (Anaheim, CA, March 10 2000)

The Times They Are A-Changin'

The Times We've Known (Madison Square Garden, November 1 1998)

To Fall In Love With You (Hearts of Fire outtake, aug 1986)

Tomorrow is a Long Time (Witmark demo 1962; Greatest Hits vol 2/In Concert; New Morning outtake 1970)

Trail of the Buffalo (live 1988/1991)

Train of Love (April 6, 1999 Johnny Cash Tribute)

Trouble In Mind (B-side, singles from Slow Train Coming, 1979)

Troubled and I don't Know Why (Forest Hills Tennis Stadium, NYC 17 Aug 1963)

The Two Sisters (Karen Wallace Tape, May 1960)

Two Trains Running (Morganfield; Finjan Club, Montreal, July 2, 1962)

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The Usual (from the film Hearts of Fire, 1987)

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Vincent Van Gogh (Various, Rolling Thunder Tour II, 1976)

Viola Lee Blues (Sapporo, Japan, Feb 24 1997)

Voice From On High (Bill Monroe/Bessie Lee Mauldin. Hamburg, NY, Aug 15, 2002; incl. versions by Monroe and the Stanley Brothers.)

Vomit Express (w/Allen Ginsberg, 17 Nov, 1971)

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Wagoner's Lad (NY, Oct 19 1988)

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Wait For The Light To Shine (by Hank Williams, live, fall 2001)

Waitin' For You (Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhoodsoundtrack, 2002)

Wanted Man (Dylan/Cash)

The Water Is Wide (Various, Rolling Thunder Revue I, 1975)

We Had It All (live, 1986)

We Just Disagree (Jim Krueger; Various locations, 1980-1981 tour)

We Three (My Echo, My Shadow and Me) (live, 1986)

Weeping Willow (Supper Club, Nov 17, 1993)

West Texas (Gaslight II, late Oct 1962)

What Can I Do For You? (With transcription of the harp solo at the end)

What Kind Of Friend Is This? (Eat the Document, 1966)

Whatcha Gonna Do? (Freewheelin' outtake, 1962)

When First Unto This Country (live, 1991)

White Dove (Various locations, 1997-2000)

Why do I have to choose? (Gothenburg, 1984)

Wichita Blues (Cynthia Gooding's Appartment, Feb/March 1962 and 2nd Freewheelin' session, Apr 25, 1962)

Wieviele Strassen (German version of Blowin' in the Wind)

Wild Mountain Thyme (duet with Joan Baez, Rolling Thunder Revues I+II, 1975-6)

Willin' (Lowell George, var. Never Ending Tour)

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Yonder Comes Sin (Shot of Love outtake, 1980)

You Belong To Me (from the Natural Born Killers soundtrack, 1994)

You Don't Know Me (various locations, 1989-1991)

You're a Big Girl Now (New York version)

You're Too Late (Frizzell/Willis; Daytona Beach, 1999)

You've Been Hiding Too Long (NY Town Hall, Apr 12 1963)