Arlo Guthrie
Nora Guthrie
All songs credited to Guthrie are by Arlo, unless preceeded by W (for his Dad)

8/3/65: Borough Assembly Hall, Aylesbury
Newport Folk Festival(7/15/67)

Alice's Restaurant
Reprise RS-6267
10/67 BB [UK: 12/67] UK
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Side One
Alice's Restaurant Massacree Guthrie 18:20
Side Two
Chilling Of The Evening Guthrie 3:01
Ring-Around-A-Rosy Rag Guthrie 2:10
Now And Then Guthrie 2:15
I'm Going Home Guthrie 3:12
The Motorcycle Song Guthrie 2:58
Highway In The Wind Guthrie 2:40
Arlo Guthrie-guitar, vocals
§Cover Photo-Sherman Weisburd
Produced by: Fred Hellerman

Note: Side one recorded live in a studio with audience.
Uknown session musicians on side two.
Alice reentered the Top 200 Album charts on 9/6/69 and reached #17 on 11/17 (2nd pass due to the movie version)
The Brits chart number is from 1970.

Want more Alice? How about the early '66 version from Gerde's Folk City ?
Woody Guthrie 10/3/67, New Jersey, Huntington's disease
Arlo's dad was an inspiration to many musicians.
Emily's Illness / Home Before Dark
Eisner (2:55) / Eisner (2:40)
Mercury 72753, 11/67

Arlo's sister recorded this one-off single
Note: Read more about the song @ SpectroPop

The Motorcycle Song / Now And Then
Guthrie (2:58) / Guthrie (2:15)
Reprise 0644, 11/67


Say, wasn't there a tribute concert for Woody that featured Arlo and Dylan & The Crackers in Jan, 1968  ?? 

Newport Folk Festival(7/26, 28/68)
The Motorcycle Song (Part 1) / The Motorcycle Song (Part 2)
Guthrie (2:57) / Guthrie (4:20)
Reprise 0793, 9/68

This Motorcycle is from Arlo
5th Big Sur Folk Festival(9/7/68)

Reprise RS-6299
10/68 BB [UK: 10/68]
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Side One
The Motorcycle Song Guthrie 7:55
Wouldn't You Believe It Guthrie 3:04
Try Me One More Time Tubb 2:34
John Looked Down Guthrie 2:22
Side Two
Meditation (Wave Upon Wave) Guthrie 6:36
Standing At The Threshold Guthrie 2:32
The Pause Of Mr Claus Guthrie 7:50
Arlo Guthrie-guitar, vocals
Stan Free-piano, harpsichord
Bob Arkin-bass
Ed Shaughnessy-drums, tabla
§Cover Photo-Henry Diltz
Produced by: Fred Hellerman

Note: Recorded live at The Bitter End, NYC

Mississippi River Festival(7/7/69)
Newport Folk Festival(7/19/69)
TV Guide Close-up

=WNET, New York
Sounds Of Summer: "The Mississippi River Festival" 8/3/69, NET
Joni & Arlo at festival hosted by Southern Illinois University, filmed July 7.
Woodstock Music & Art Fair(8/15/69)
Alice's Restaurant(8/20/69)
Newly recorded version of The Entire Massacree

Running Down The Road
Reprise RS-6346
9/69 BB [UK: 10/69]
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Side One
Oklahoma Hills W Guthrie 3:25
Every Hand In The Land Guthrie 2:20
My Creole Belle Hurt 3:45
Wheel Of Fortune Guthrie 2:30
Oh, In The Morning Guthrie 4:50
Side Two
Coming Into Los Angeles Guthrie 3:08
Stealin' Cannon, arr Guthrie 2:48
My Front Pages Guthrie 3:47
Living In The Country Seeger 3:16
Running Down The Road Guthrie 4:30
Arlo Guthrie-guitar, piano, vocals
Clarence White-guitar
James Burton-guitar
John Pilla-guitar
Jerry Scheff-bass
Chris Ethridge-bass
Ry Cooder-bass, mandolin
Gene Parsons-harmonica, drums
Jim Gordon-drums
Milt Holland-percussion
§Cover Photo-Henry Diltz
Produced by: Van Dyke Parks & Lenny Waronker


Alice's Rock 'n' Roll Restaurant¹ / Coming Into Los Angeles
Guthrie (4:44) / Guthrie (3:08)
Reprise 0877, 11/69 BB

A-side credit: Doug Kershaw on violin
From Richie to Jimi—3 days of music, mud, and meandering
Valley To Pray / Gabriel's Mother's Hiway Ballad #16 Blues
Goodman-Guthrie-Pilla (2:46) / Guthrie (6:25)
Reprise 0951, 9/70


Washington County
Reprise RS-6411
10/70 BB [UK: 12/70]
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Side One
Introduction Guthrie 3:20
Fencepost Blues† Guthrie 3:09
Gabriel's Mother's Hiway Ballad #16 Blues Guthrie 6:25
Washington County Guthrie 1:59
Valley To Pray Goodman-Guthrie-Pilla 2:47
Lay Down Little Doggies W Guthrie 3:18
Side Two
I Could Be Singing† Guthrie 3:18
If You Would Just Drop By Guthrie 4:20
Percy's Song Dylan 5:01
I Want To Be Around Guthrie 2:48
Arlo Guthrie-guitar, piano, banjo, autoharp, vocals
John Pilla-guitar, autoharp, vocals
Chris Ethridge-bass
Richard Hayward-drums
Ry Cooder-guitar, bottleneck guitar†
Clarence White-guitar (I Could Be Singing)
Hoyt Axton-bass, voice (Lay Down Little Doggies)
Doug Dillard-banjo (Washington County)
Gary Walters-bass
§Cover Photo-John Pilla
Produced by: John Pilla, Lenny Waronker, Van Dyke Parks (co-producer on Valley To Pray)


The Ballad Of Tricky Fred / Shackles And Chains
Guthrie (2:40) / Davis (3:01)
Reprise 0994, 3/71

Arlo made a series of records with family friend, Pete Seeger.
He recorded and toured right until his 50th anniversary Carnegie Hall concert in 2019.


Official Arlo Guthrie web site
Arlo Guthrie, Remembering 'Alice's Restaurant' @


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