Ed McCurdy

Ed McCurdy
Born
January 11, 1919
Died
March 23, 2000
Country
United States
Comments
Folk singer and songwriter probably best known for his anti-war song "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream". After marrying a Canadian, he relocated to Canada.
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Covers by Ed McCurdy

Title Performer Release date Originally by
1958 (unknown), (unknown)
1956 Red Patterson's Piedmont Log Rollers
1956 (unknown)
1958 (unknown)
1956 John Jacob Niles
1955 (unknown)
1961 Tex Ritter
1956 (unknown)
1955 (unknown)
1957 Woody Guthrie
1956 (unknown)
January 1958 Dyke's Magic City Trio
1956 Buell Kazee
1956 (unknown)
1956 (unknown)
1958 (unknown)
1956 (unknown)
January 1958 (unknown), The Carter Family
1956 Bentley Ball
1957 Bentley Ball
1956 (unknown), (unknown)
1956 Eva Davis
1955 Fiddlin' John Carson
1958 (unknown), (unknown)
1956 (unknown)
1956 Burl Ives
1958 (unknown), Haydn Quartet
1955 Al Craver
1958 (unknown)
May 1949 Burl Ives
1956 Kelly Harrell
1955 (unknown)
1956 (unknown)
1955 (unknown)
1959 A.R. Scammell
1956 (unknown)
1968 Arizona Wranglers, Ken Maynard
1958 Vernon Dalhart
1955 (unknown)
1958 Buster Carter and Preston Young
1958 (unknown), Emile Berliner
1956 Ernest Rogers