Good to Be Alive is an album by Long John Baldry released in 1973. "Maggie Bell" was an acoustic tribute to the singer of Stone the Crows.
- "Gasoline Alley" (Rod Stewart, Ron Wood)
- "High and Low" (Geoff Thomas)
- "Song for Martin Luther King" (Baldry)
- "Good to Be Alive" (Colin Allen, Zoot Money)
- "Rake and Ramblin' Boy" (arranged by Baldry)
- "Let Me Pass" (Bo Diddley)
- "I Wish I Was a Rock" (Derroll Adams)
- "Brand New Day" (Al Kooper)
- "Up in the Trees" (Neil Shepherd)
- "Let's Go" (Chas Jankel)
- "Maggie Bell" (Baldry)
- "She" (Chris Ethridge, Gram Parsons) - duet with Lisa Strike
- Long John Baldry - 12-string guitar, vocals
- Dave Ball - guitar
- Denny Ball - bass
- Terry Cox, Tony Newman - drums
- Mike Driscoll - drums on "Good to Be Alive"
- John Mealing - organ on "Good to Be Alive"
- Bob Cohen - guitar on "Good to Be Alive"
- Andy Bown - acoustic guitar on "Song for Martin Luther King"
- Jimmy Horowitz - keyboards
- Pete Stanley - banjo
- John Field, Mike French - fiddle
- Sam Mitchell - steel guitar
- Chris Hughes - tenor saxophone
- Lesley Duncan, Lisa Strike, Suzy Glover, Kay Garner - background vocals