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All My Trials 30th in 1956

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From "The Joan Baez Songbook" (1964, edited by Maynard Solomon):
"This spiritual-lullaby probably originated in the antebellum South, from where it was transported to the West Indies. It appears to have died out in this country, only to be discovered in the Bahamas. From there it was reintroduced to us, eventually becoming one of the standards of the popular folk song movement."
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Title Performer Release date Info
2009
December 1962
1979
December 1958
1956 First release
May 19, 2003
1964
1957
April 19, 2005
February 1964
1964
1977
March 1959
October 29, 2012
October 1960
1964
1963
1974
2009
1985
1985
2007 Released more than 10 years after its recording
1963
November 26, 1990
June 5, 1964
October 1963
1961
1990
1971
All My Trials The Cookies May 1967 Unverified
1969
1970
1963
All My Trials The Highwaymen [US1] May 1, 1963 Unverified
2001
1964
1968
1963

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written by English

Title Performer Release date Info
1974
June 23, 2004
October 1973
August 2007
2008
September 17, 1973
2003
2006
February 26, 2019
1994
September 12, 1995
1977
July 1984
April 4, 1972 Hit song
Live
More famous than the original
October 30, 2015
1981 Live
June 18, 1984
1990
2011
1998
1978
1978
1998
2007
1978
2002
October 1987
2006
1982 Medley
2005
July 29, 1983
1978
1991
1982
2010
August 1977
2011
October 2019
1986
January 3, 2018
2002
June 28, 2004
October 1971 First recording in 1971
First release
2000
2003
2008
2000
2014
January 29, 2016
1979
December 4, 2012
1997
2013
October 15, 2002
1978
1975
1993
November 2018
1998
2004
June 1, 2010
1989
1977
1972
1977 Live
Medley
2006
2007
2008
An American Trilogy (Dixieland) Touch of Class [ZA] 2017 Unverified
August 1981
1981
1974 Live

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