Richard Fariņa Songs Recorded by Other Artists:
(Scroll to the bottom for a list of Mimi's songs recorded by other artists)
Note: singles are printed in blue; film and video are printed in green.

Dandelion River Run, by Coup de Grass The Falcon, by Tommy Makem Dopico, by Charles Browning Leaving California, by The Everpresent Fullness Quiet Joys of Brotherhood, by Pete Seeger Reno, Nevada, by The Womenfolk


Pack up your Sorrows, by Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers Pack up your Sorrows, by Chimes Pack up your Sorrows, by Jerry Rau Pack up your Sorrows, by Carolyn Hester Pack up your Sorrows, by Helen and Billy Scott Pack up your Sorrows, by The Family Four

    Tuileries
  • Neal Hellman & Friends: Emma's Waltz. Gourd Music (GM 138) 2007.




Mimi Fariņa Songs Recorded by Other Artists:

Letter to Jesus, in Danish, by Irene Kloster Letter to Jesus, in Swedish, by Lena Andersson Just Trying to Break Even Reach Out, by Robb Constantine In the Quiet Morning, in Spanish, by Estela Nunez In the Quiet Morning, in German, by Katja Ebstein

    Best of Friends
  • Joan Baez (with Mimi): Where Are You Now, My Son? (1973)
    This also appeared on two singles:
    "Mary Call"/"Best of Friends" (A&M 12782, 1972)
    "Best of Friends"/"Best of Friends" (white label promo) A&M (1454) 1973.

    Bread and Roses (lyrics by John Oppenheim; music by Mimi Fariņa)
  • Judy Collins: Bread & Roses. 1976.
    This was also a promo single: "Bread & Roses" (mono)/"Bread & Roses" (stereo) (E-45355)
  • Bobbie McGee: Bread and Raises. 1981.
  • John Berquist: Fire In The Jackpine. Half Moon (1002) 1981.
  • Pete Seeger, Jane Sapp, and Si Kahn: Carry it On: Songs of America's Working People. 1986.
  • John Denver: Higher Ground. 1988. [credited to Oppenheim]
  • Gerri Gribi: The Womansong Collection. 1996.
  • Ani DiFranco: on the various artist compilation Fellow Workers. 1999. [credited to Oppenheim/Utah Phillips]*
  • Dan Barker: Friendly Neighborhood Atheist.
  • Pat Humphries: Hands. Appleseed, 2001.
  • New York City Labor Chorus: Workers Rise. Orchard (801536) 2001.
  • Bluesteins:
    • Shut Up and Sing! Greenhays (70720).
    • Travelin' Blues. Swallow (LP-2003) 1983.
  • Judy Gorman: The Rising of Us All. 2003.

    In the Quiet Morning
  • Joan Baez: Come From the Shadows. A&M 1972. This was also released as two singles:
    "In the Quiet Morning"/"To Bobby." A&M (1362) 1972.
    "In the Quiet Morning"/"Song of Bangladesh." A&M (7011) 1972 [UK].
  • Joy Fleming: "Kinderhände (In The Quiet Morning)"/"So Will Ich Leben". Global Records (22 516-9 N) 1972. (Germany)
  • Katja Ebstein: Katja. United Artists (29495) 1973.
    ["Dunkel War der Morgen," translated into German by Thumser.]
  • Silvana di Lorenzo (Argentine singer): Palabras, Palabras. Arcano, 1973.
    [This Spanish version goes by the title "En la paz del dia."
  • Estela Nuņez: Lo iremos de la mano. Arcano/RCA (DKL1-3215) 1973.
    [This Spanish version goes by the title "En la quieta maņana."]
  • Robb Constantine: For A Blue Afternoon. United Sound (USR 5120) 1973.
  • Holly Near: This Train Still Runs. 1996.
  • 10,000 Maniacs: Earth Pressed Flat. 1999.

    Letter to Jesus
  • Lena Andersson: Lena. Polar (POLS 232) 1971.
    "Tank Om Man Bara Kunde Svara Pa Fragor" [Translated into Swedish by Stig Anderson.]
  • Norlins: Karlekens Lov. Clav (CSLP 72095) 1972. [Swedish]
  • Irene Kloster: "Tænk, om man bare kunne svare på spørgsmål" / "Øjnene". Sonet (T 8383) 1972. [Danish]

    Madman (co-written with Tom Jans)
  • Robb Constantine: For A Blue Afternoon. United Sound (USR 5120) 1973.

    Mary Call
  • Joan Baez (with Mimi): Where Are You Now, My Son? A&M (SP4390) 1973.
    This was also a single: "Mary Call"/"Best of Friends." A&M (12782) 1972.

    Old Woman
  • Grandpa Banana: Just Trying to Break Even. 2011.

    Reach Out
  • Robb Constantine: For A Blue Afternoon. United Sound (USR 5120) 1973.

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