455 Rocket by David Rawlings and Gillian Welch
Allenwood (The Gentleman’s Jail)
by Phillip Hoose (original)
Bring Back the Eight Hour Day by Charlie King
Coal Tattoo by Billy Edd Wheeler
De Colores by Traditional, in Spanish
(anthem of United Farm Workers)
Down in the Boondocks by Billy Joe Royal
Dream Baby by Roy Orbison
Eartips by Sandi Ste. George (original)
Evil Hearted Me by Johnny Horton
(sex-changed by Cheryl Hart)
Listen to Chipped Enamel Clip
Fire by Bruce Springsteen
Hey, Big Papi by Sandi Ste. George (original)
Hey, Good Lookin by Hank Williams
Jambalaya by Hank Williams
Jesus is on the Mainline by Traditional gospel (ecumenicized by us)
Just Because by Nelson’s Hawaiians (popularized by Elvis Presley)
Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues by Bob Dylan
Kansas City by Leiber and Stoller (popularized by Wilbert Harrison)
Little Sister by Leiber and Stoller (popularized by Elvis)
Long Black Veil by Lefty Frizzell
Listen to Chipped Enamel Clip
Love at First Sound by Phillip Hoose (original)
Memphis by Chuck Berry
Money by Barrett Strong (popularized by Beatles and others)
Mustang Sally by Sir Mark Rice (popularized by Wilson Picket)
My Babe by Little Walter (harmonica instrumental)
One After 909 by Lennon & McCartney (supposedly their first song)
Pig Ankle Rag by Traditional
Listen to Chipped Enamel Clip
Pink Cadillac by Bruce Springsteen
Red Haired Boy by Traditional (mandolin-led instrumental)
Sea Cruise by Huey “Piano” Smith (popularized by Frankie Ford)
Sea of Heartbreak by Don Gibson
She Belongs to Me by Bob Dylan
Streets of Portland by Chipped Enamel (original, tribute to Portland’s homeless)
The Shape I’m In by The Band
Listen to Chipped Enamel Clip
To Know Him is Love Him by Phil Spector (oddly)
Turn Your Radio On by  Albert E. Brumley (written in 1938)
Listen to Chipped Enamel Clip
We Gotta Get Outa this Place by Mann/Weil (popularized by the Animals)
You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere by Bob Dylan (popularized by the Byrds)

Note: The clips above contain contributions from former band members Foris Williams (bass) and Ellen Zimmerman (mandolin and vocals).

Photo Credit: Children’s Book Illustrator / Author Cathryn Falwell