The Ballad Of Casey Jones

Song composer(s)

Traditional

Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

Almost Acoustic : Jerry Garcia Acoustic Band (1989)
Shady Grove : Jerry Garcia & David Grisman (1996)

Other Recordings

Haywire Mac (1950)
Anthology of American Folk Music; Vol. 1, Ballads : Furry Lewis (1952, reissue 1997)
A Dead Beat Guitar and the Mississippi Blues : K. C. Douglas (1952)
Furry Lewis: Furry Lewis (1960)
Rural Blues, The - A Study of the Vocal and Instrumental Resources : Various Artists (Furry Lewis) (1960)
Songs Of The Railroad : Merrill Jay Singers (1961)
America's Best Loved Folk Songs : Milt Okun (1961)
Swing Folksongs : Richard Maltby (1961)
Folk Songs & Blues : Mississippi John Hurt (1963)
Earl Robinson Sings : Earl Robinson (1963)
Music From The Ozarks : Various Artists (John D Mounce & Lee Mounce) (1964)
Traditional Music at Newport, 1964, Part 1 : Joe Patterson (1965)
23 Bluegrass Favorites : Raymond Fairchild & The Frosty Mountain Boys (1967)
America's Best Loved Folk Songs : Milt Okun (196?)
Between the Sound and the Sea: Music of the North Carolina Outer Banks : Various Artists (Jule Garrish) (1977)
Rackensack. Volume 1 : Percy Copeland (1972)
Haywire Mac : Harry "Haywire Mac" McClintock (1972)
Charlie Monroe on the Noonday Jamboree - 1944 : Charlie Monroe & the Kentucky Pardners (1974)
Mississipi John Hurt, A Legacy : Mississipi John Hurt (1975)
Drive Dull Care Away. Vol 1 : Joe Hickerson (1976)
Folk Songs of America : Frances Abbot (1978)
When I'm Gone. Elizabeth Cotton, Vol. 3 : Elizabeth Cotton (1979)
Everybody Sing, Vol 2 : Ed McCurdy (197?)
Great Hudson River Revival : Taj Mahal (1980)
Ballads and Railroad Songs : Vernon Dalhart (1980)
J'Ai Vu Le Loup, Le Renard et La Belette: Balfa Brothers (1988)
Complete Works 1927-1929 : Furry Lewis (1990)
West Virginia Hills : Reya Fincham (1992)
American Industrial Ballads : Pete Seeger (1992)
100% Handmade Music, Vol. 3 : Various Artists (Garcia / Grisman) (1997)
Railroadin' Classics - 16 Great Instrumentals : Various Artists (19??)
The First Recorded Railway Songs : Vernon Dalhart (19??)
Songs Of The Railroad Recorded 1924-1934 : Various Artists (Gil Tanner And His Skillet Lickers) (19??)

Notes

Lead vocals - Garcia.

Occurs in various forms and with various names - most recordings are titled simply 'Casey Jones'. Furry Lewis recording as Kassie Jones Part 1 & Part 2.