List of works by Burl Ives

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This is a list of works by American folk singer Burl Ives.

Albums[edit]

  • Okeh Presents the Wayfaring Stranger (1941, Okeh K-3, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Asch 345, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1947 as Stinson 345 [same catalog number], 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1944, Columbia C-103, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • BBC Presents The Martins and the Coys (1944, BBC World, 6 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Lonesome Train: A Musical Legend (1944, Decca A-375, 3 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as Decca DL 5054, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Sing Out, Sweet Land! (1945, Decca A-404, 6 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • A Collection of Ballads and Folk Songs (1945, Decca A-407, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as A Collection of Ballads and Folk Songs, Volume 1, Decca DL 5080, 10 inch 33​13 rpm)
  • Ballads and Folk Songs, Volume 2 (1946, Decca A-431, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1949 as Decca DL 5013, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • A Collection of Ballads, Folk and Country Songs, Volume 3 (1949, Decca A-711, 3 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued in 1950 as Decca DL 5093, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1949, Stinson SLP 1, 10 inch, 78 rpm, reissued circa 1954 as Blue Tail Fly and Other Favorites, Stinson SL 1 [same catalog number], 12 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Animal Fair: Songs for Children (1949, Columbia MJV 59, 2 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Mother Goose Songs (1949, Columbia MJV 61, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • The Return of the Wayfaring Stranger (1949, C-186, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm, also released as Columbia CL 6058, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1950, Columbia CL 6109, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Hymns Sung by Burl Ives (1950, Columbia C-203, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm; Columbia CL 6115, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • More Folksongs (1950, Columbia C-213, 4 records, 10 inch, 78 rpm; Columbia CL 6144, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings The Lollipop Tree, The Little Turtle, And The Moon Is The North Wind's Cookie (1950, Columbia MJV 110, 10 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Tubby The Tuba (Victor Jory)/Animal Fair: Songs for Children (1950, Columbia JL 8013, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Sing Out, Sweet Land! (1950, Decca DL 8023, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm, reissued in 1962 as Decca DL 4304/74304 [simulated stereo])
  • Historical America in Song (1950, Encyclopædia Britannica Films, 6 albums in 30 records, 12 inch, 78 rpm)
  • Christmas Day in the Morning (1952, Decca DL 5428, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Folk Songs Dramatic And Humorous (1953, Decca DL 5467, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Women: Songs About The Fair Sex (1953, Decca DL 5490, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Coronation Concert (1954, Decca DL 8080, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • The Wayfaring Stranger (1955, Columbia CL 628, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm, reissued in 1964 as Columbia CS 9041 [simulated stereo])
  • The Wild Side Of Life (album) (1955, Decca DL 8107, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Men: Songs For And About Men (1955, Decca DL 8125, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Down to the Sea in Ships (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Women: Folk Songs About The Fair Sex (1956, Decca DL 8245, 12 inch, 33​13 rpm, with 4 additional songs)
  • Burl Ives Sings In The Quiet Of The Night (1956, Decca DL 8247)
  • Burl Ives Sings... For Fun (1956, Decca DL 8248)
  • Children's Favorites (1956, Columbia CL 2570, 10 inch, 33​13 rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings Songs For All Ages (1957, Columbia CL 980)
  • Christmas Eve With Burl Ives (1957, Decca DL 8391)
  • Songs Of Ireland (1958, Decca DL 8444)
  • Captain Burl Ives' Ark (1958, Decca DL 8587)
  • Old Time Varieties (1958, Decca DL 8637)
  • Australian Folk Songs (1958, Decca DL 8749)
  • A Lincoln Treasury (contains Lonesome Train: A Musical Legend) (1959, Decca DL 9065)
  • Cheers (Burl Ives album) (1959, Decca DL 8886/78886)
  • Burl Ives Sings Little White Duck and Other Children's Favorites (1959, Harmony HL 9507, reissued circa 1963 as Harmony HS 14507 [simulated stereo], reissued again in 1974 as Columbia C 33183 [simulated stereo])
  • Ballads (Burl Ives album) (1959, United Artists UAL 3030/UAS 6030)
  • Return Of The Wayfaring Stranger (1960, Columbia CL 1459, 12 inch, 33/13 rpm)
  • Burl Ives Sings Irving Berlin (1960, United Artists UAL 3117/UAS 6117)
  • Manhattan Troubadour (1961, United Artists Records UAL 3145/UAS 6145, reissued with two fewer songs as Burl Ives Favorites, 1970, Sunset SUS 5280)
  • The Best Of Burl Ives (1961, Decca DX 167/DXS 7167 [simulated stereo], 2 records, reissued in 1973 as MCA 4034 [simulated stereo], 2 records)
  • The Versatile Burl Ives! (1961, Decca DL 4152/74152)
  • Songs Of The West (1961, Decca DL 4179/74179, reissued as MCA 196)
  • It's Just My Funny Way Of Laughin' (1962, Decca DL 4279/74279)
  • Burl Country Style (1962, Decca DL 4361/74361)
  • Spotlight On Burl Ives And The Folk Singers Three (1962, Design DLP/SDLP 156)
  • Sunshine In My Soul (1962, Decca DL 4329/74329)
  • Songs I Sang In Sunday School (1963, Word W-3229-LP/ WST-8130-LP)
  • Burl Ives (1963, Camay CA 3005)
  • Burl Ives and the Korean Orphan Choir Sing of Faith and Joy (1963, Word W-3259-LP/WST-8140-LP)
  • Singin' Easy (1963, Decca DL 4433/74433)
  • The Best Of Burl's For Boys And Girls (1963, Decca DL 4390/74390 [simulated stereo], reissued in 1980 as MCA 98 [simulated stereo])
  • Walt Disney Presents Summer Magic (1963, Buena Vista BV 3309/STER 4025)
  • Burl Ives Presents America's Musical Heritage (1963, Longines Symphonette Society LW 194-LW 199, 6 records)
  • Walt Disney Presents Burl Ives' Animal Folk (1963, Disneyland ST 3920)
  • Walt Disney Presents Burl Ives' Folk Lullabies (1964, Disneyland ST 3924)
  • Scouting Along with Burl Ives (1964, Columbia CSP 347)
  • True Love (Burl Ives album) (1964, Decca DL 4533/74533)
  • Burl Ives Sings Pearly Shells and Other Favorites (1964, Decca DL 4578/74578, reissued as MCA 102)
  • Chim Chim Cher-ee And Other Children's Choices (1964, Disneyland ST 3927)
  • Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (album) (1964, Decca DL 34327/4815/74815)
  • My Gal Sal And Other Favorites (1965, Decca DL 4606/74606)
  • On The Beach At Waikiki (1965, Decca DL 4668/74668)
  • Have a Holly Jolly Christmas (1965, Decca DL 4689/74689, reissued as MCA 237)
  • Shall We Gather At The River? (album) (1965, Word W-3339-LP/WST-8339-LP)
  • The Lollipop Tree (1965, Harmony HL 9551/HS 14551)
  • The Daydreamer (album) (1966, Columbia OL 6540/OS 2940)
  • Burl's Choice (1966, Decca DL 4734/74734)
  • Something Special (Burl Ives album) (1966, Decca DL 4789/74789)
  • I Do Believe (album)|I Do Believe (1967, Word W-3391-LP/WST-8391-LP)
  • Burl Ives Sings (1967, Coronet CXS 271)
  • Greatest Hits (Burl Ives album) (1967, Decca DL 4850/74850)
  • Burl's Broadway (1967, Decca DL 4876/74876)
  • The Big Country Hits (1968, Decca DL 4972/74972)
  • Sweet, Sad And Salty (1968, Decca DL 5028/75028)
  • The Times They Are A-Changin' (1968, Columbia CS 9675)
  • Christmas Album (Burl Ives album) (1968, Columbia CS 9728)
  • Burl Ives Sings Softly And Tenderly Hymns & Spirituals (1969, Columbia CS 9925)
  • Got The World By The Tail (1969, Harmony HS 11275)
  • Burl Ives Folk Songs And Stories (1969, Columbia CR 21526)
  • Time (Burl Ives album) (1970, Bell 6055, reissued as The Talented Man, 1978, Bulldog 1027)
  • How Great Thou Art (Burl Ives album) (1971, Word WST-8537-LP)
  • A Day At The Zoo With Burl Ives (1972 Disneyland Records 1347)
  • Christmas at the White House (1972, Caedmon TC 1415)
  • Payin' My Dues Again (1973, MCA 318)
  • Song Book (Burl Ives album) (1973, MCA Coral CB 20029)
  • Little Red Caboose And Other Children's Hits (1974, Disneyland 1359)
  • The Best Of Burl Ives, Vol. 2 (1975, MCA 4089, 2 records)
  • Hugo The Hippo (album) (1976, United Artists LA-637-G)
  • Christmas by the Bay (1977, United States Navy Band)
  • We Americans: A Musical Journey With Burl Ives (1978, National Geographic Society NGS 07806)
  • Live In Europe (Burl Ives album) (1979, Polydor 2382094)
  • The Special Magic Of Burl Ives (1981, MCA MSM 35043)
  • Burl Ives Twelve Days Of Christmas (19??, Pickwick Records SPC 1018)
  • Best of Burl Ives: 20th Century Masters/The Christmas Collection (September 23, 2003)[1]

Hit singles[edit]

Year Single Chart positions
US
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US
AC
US Country AU UK
1948 "Blue Tail Fly" (With The Andrews Sisters And Vic Schoen's Orchestra) 24
1949 "Lavender Blue (Dilly Dilly)" (With Captain Stubby and the Buccaneers) 16 13 1
"Riders In The Sky (A Cowboy Legend)" 21
1951 "On Top Of Old Smoky" (With Percy Faith And His Orchestra) 10
"The Little White Duck" 15
1952 "The Wild Side of Life" (With Grady Martin And The Slewfoot Five) 30 6
1954 "The Parting Song" 17
"True Love Goes On And On" (With Gordon Jenkins And His Orchestra And Chorus) 23
1957 "Marianne" (With The Trinidaddies) 84
1961 "A Little Bitty Tear" (With The Anita Kerr Singers And Owen Bradley's Orchestra) 9 1 2 3 9
1962 "Funny Way Of Laughin'" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra) 10 3 9 7 29
"Call Me Mr. In-Between" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra) 19 6 3 18
"Mary Ann Regrets" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra And Chorus) 39 13 12 15
1963 "The Same Old Hurt" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra and Chorus) 91
"Baby Come Home To Me" 131
"I'm The Boss" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra And Chorus) 111 86
"This Is All I Ask" 67
"It Comes And Goes" 124 94
"True Love Goes On And On" (second entry) 66
1964 "Pearly Shells (Popo O Ewa)" (With Owen Bradley's Orchestra) 60 12 22
1965 "My Gal Sal" (with Owen Bradley's Orchestra) 122
"Chim Chim Cher-ee" 120
1965 "A Holly Jolly Christmas" 10
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30
1966 "Evil Off My Mind" 47
1967 "Lonesome 7-7203" 72
1968 "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" (with Robert Mersey's Orchestra) 133 35 28

Singles (selected)[edit]

  • Foggy, Foggy Dew / Rodger Young (1945, 10 in., 78 rpm, Decca 23405)
  • Grandfather Kringle / The Twelve Days of Christmas (1951, 10 in., 78 rpm, Columbia MJV-124)
  • Great White Bird / Brighten The Corner Where You Are (1953, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 28849)
  • That's My Heart Strings / The Bus Stop Song (1956, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 30046)
  • We Loves Ye Jimmy / I Never See Maggie Alone (1959, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 30855)
  • A Little Bitty Tear / Shanghied (1961, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31330)
  • Funny Way Of Laughing / Mother Wouldn't Do That (1962, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31371)
  • Call Me Mr. In-Between / What You Gonna Do, Leroy? (1962, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31405)
  • Mary Ann Regrets / How Do You Fall Out Of Love? (1962, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31433)
  • The Twelve Days of Christmas / Indian Christmas Carol (1962, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 25585)
  • I'm The Boss / The Moon Is High (1963, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31504)
  • True Love Goes On And On / I Wonder What's Become Of Sally (1963, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31571)
  • On The Front Porch / Ugly Bug Ball (1963, 7 in., 45 rpm, Buena Vista 419)
  • Four Initials On A Tree /This Is Your Day (1964, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31610)
  • Pearly Shells / What Little Tears are Made of (1964, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31659)
  • Salt Water Guitar / The Story of Bobby Lee Trent (1964, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31811)
  • A Holly Jolly Christmas / Snow for Johnny (1965, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31695)
  • Evil Off My Mind / Taste of Heaven (c. 1967, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 31997)
  • Lonesome 7-7203 / Hollow Words (1967, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 32078)
  • That's Where My Baby Used To Be / Bury The Bottle With Me (1968, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 32282)
  • I'll Be Your Baby Tonight / Maria, If I Could (1968, 7 in., 45 rpm, Columbia 4-44508)
  • Santa Mouse / Oh, What A Lucky Boy I Am (1968, 7 in., 45 rpm, Columbia 4-44711)
  • Gingerbread House / Tumbleweed Snowman (c. 1970, 7 in. 45 rpm, Big Tree BT-130)
  • The Best Is Yet To Come & Stayin' Song / Blue Tail Fly (1972, 7 in., 45 rpm, MCA 1921)
  • Mrs. Johnson's Happiness Emporium / Anytime You Say (1973, 7 in., 45 rpm, Decca 33049)
  • The Tail Of The Comet Kohoutek / A Very Fine Lady (1974, 7 in., 45 rpm, MCA 40175)
  • It's Gonna Be A Mixed Up Christmas / The Christmas Legend Of Monkey Joe (1978, 7 in., 45 & 33​13 rpm, Monkey Joe MJ1)
  • The Night Before Christmas / Instrumental (1986, 7 in., 45 rpm, Stillman/Teague STP-1013)

Radio work (selected)[edit]

  • Back Where I Came From, CBS (September 30, 1940 – February 28, 1941)
  • The Wayfarin' Stranger, CBS & WOR (1941–1942, 1946–1948)[4]
  • Burl Ives Coffee Club, CBS (July 5, 1941 – January 24, 1942)
  • The Columbia Workshop, CBS
    • "Roadside" (March 2, 1941)
    • "The Log Of The R-77," second installment Of Twenty-Six By Corwin (May 11, 1941)
    • "The People, Yes," third installment of Twenty-Six By Corwin (May 18, 1941)
    • "A Child's History Of Hot Music" (March 15, 1942)
  • GI Jive, military radio (c. 1943)[5]
  • Columbia Presents Corwin, CBS
    • "The Lonesome Train" (March 21, 1944)
    • "El Capitan And The Corporal" (July 25, 1944)
  • The Theatre Guild On The Air, ABC
    • "Sing Out, Sweet Land" (October 21, 1945)
  • Hollywood Star Time, CBS
    • "The Return Of Frank James" (March 10, 1946)
  • The Burl Ives Show, Syndication (1946–1948)
  • Hollywood Fights Back, ABC (November 2, 1947)
  • The Kaiser Traveler, ABC (July 24 – September 4, 1949)
  • Burl Ives Sings, Syndication (1950s)

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Theater appearances (selected)[edit]

  • Pocahontas Preferred (1935–1936)[7]
  • I Married An Angel (1938)[4]
  • The Boys From Syracuse (November 23, 1938 – June 10, 1939)
  • Heavenly Express (April 18 – May 4, 1940)
  • This Is The Army (July 4 – September 26, 1942)
  • Sing Out Sweet Land (December 27, 1944 – March 24, 1945)
  • She Stoops To Conquer (1950)[8]
  • Knickerbocker Holiday (1950)[9]
  • The Man Who Came To Dinner (1951)[10]
  • Paint Your Wagon (November 12, 1951 – July 19, 1952)
  • Show Boat (1954)[11]
  • Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (March 24, 1955 – November 17, 1956)
  • Dr. Cook's Garden (September 25–30, 1967)[12]

Filmography (selected)[edit]

Television[edit]

Films[edit]

Concerts (selected)[edit]

  • Royal Windsor, New York City, April 28, 1939[13]
  • Town Hall, New York City, December 1, 1945[7]
  • Opera House, San Francisco, February 9, 1949[14]
  • Columbia University, New York City, October 19, 1950[15]
  • Royal Festival Hall, London, May 10, 1952[16]
  • Albert Hall, London, October 20, 1976[17]
  • Reuben F. Scarf's house, Sydney, Australia, GROW Party, 1977.[18]
  • Royal Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, 1979, accompanying The Spinners
  • Chautauqua, New York, 1982 (VHS)[19]
  • Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, Illinois, April 27, 1990[20]
  • Brodniak Hall, Anacortes, Washington, 1991 (VHS)[21]
  • Mt. Vernon, Washington, February 1993 (VHS)[22]
  • Folksong U.S.A., 92nd Street Y, New York City, May 17, 1993[23]

Bibliography[edit]

  • The Wayfarin' Stranger: A Collection of 21 Folk Songs and Ballads with Guitar and Piano Accompaniment. New York: Leeds Music, 1945.
  • Wayfaring Stranger. New York: Whittlesey House, 1948 (autobiography)
  • Favorite Folk Ballads of Burl Ives: A Collection of 17 Folk Songs and Ballads with Guitar and Piano Accompaniment. New York: Leeds Music, 1949
  • Burl Ives Song Book. New York: Ballantine Books, 1953
  • Sailing on a Very Fine Day. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1954 (Children's picture book)
  • Burl Ives Folio of Australian Songs, collected and arranged by Percy Jones, 1954.
  • Song in America: Our Musical Heritage, co-authored with Albert Hague. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, n.d.
  • Tales of America. Cleveland: World Publishing, 1954
  • "Introduction" to Paul Kapp's A Cat Came Fiddling and Other Rhymes of Childhood, New York: Harcourt Brace, 1956
  • The Ghost and Hans Van Duin [excerpt from Tales of America]. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute of Technology, 1956
  • Sea Songs of Sailing, Whaling, and Fishing. New York: Ballantine Books, 1956
  • Irish Songs (edited by Michael Bowles). New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, c. 1958
  • The Wayfaring Stranger's Notebook. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill, 1962
  • The Burl Ives Sing-Along Song Book: A Treasury of American Folk Songs & Ballads, 1963
  • Albad the Oaf. London: Abelard-Schuman, 1965
  • More Burl Ives Songs. New York: Ballantine Books, 1966
  • Sing a Fun Song. New York: Southern Music Publishing, 1968
  • Burl Ives: Four Folk Song and Four Stories, co-authored with Barbara Hazen. N.p.: CBS Records, 1969
  • Spoken Arts Treasury of American Ballads and Folk Songs, co-authored with Arthur Klein and Helen Ives, n.d.
  • Easy Guitar Method. Dayton, Ohio : Heritage Music Press, 1975
  • We Americans: A Musical Journey with Burl Ives. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1978 (pamphlet)
  • "Foreword" to Martin Scot Kosins's Maya's First Rose. West Bloomfield, MI: Altweger and Mandel Publishing, 1991
  • Angels We Have Heard: The Christmas Song Stories, written by James Adam Richliano. Chatham, New York: Star Of Bethlehem Books, 2002. (Includes a chapter on Ives' involvement in the making of "A Holly Jolly Christmas", along with an interview with his wife, Dorothy Ives.

See also[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Burl Ives: Best of Burl Ives: 20th Century Masters/The Christmas Collection". AllMusic.
  2. ^ "Burl Ives Chart History: Hot 100". Billboard. Retrieved December 4, 2018.
  3. ^ Trust, Gary (December 31, 2018). "Mariah Carey's 'Christmas' Climbs to No. 3 on Billboard Hot 100, Ariana Grande's 'Next' Leads for Seventh Week". Billboard. Retrieved January 1, 2019.
  4. ^ a b James R. Parish And Michael R. Pitts, Hollywood Songsters: Singers Who Act And Actors Who Sing, 2nd ed., Taylor & Francis, 2003, ISBN 0-415-94333-7, p. 403
  5. ^ James R. Parish and Michael R. Pitts, Hollywood Songsters, 2nd ed., Taylor & Francis, 2003, p. 404
  6. ^ Vincent Terrace, Radio's Golden Years: The Encyclopedia Of Radio Programs, 1930–1960, San Diego: Barnes And Company, 1981, pp. 43, 147; John Dunning, On The Air: The Encyclopedia Of Old-Time Radio, New York: Oxford University Press, p. 123; Dave Goldin, RadioGOLDINdex: link. Unless otherwise noted, the information in this section comes from these sources
  7. ^ "Old Play in Manhattan," Time, January 9, 1950, link
  8. ^ "Along the Straw Hat," New York Times, July 30, 1950, p. X3. Includes photo of Ives. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  9. ^ "Along the Straw Hat Trail," New York Times, September 2, 1951, p. 54. Includes photo of Ives. Accessed Via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  10. ^ L.F., "The Theatre: 'Show Boat,' New York Times, May 6, 1954, p. 44. Includes photograph of Ives and co-stars. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  11. ^ Internet Broadway Database: Burl Ives Credits on Broadway: link. Unless otherwise noted, this database is the source of the information in this section
  12. ^ John Martin, "The Dance: Folk Fetes," New York Times, April 23, 1939, p. 128. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  13. ^ "Burl Ives to Be in S. F. February 9," San Mateo Times, San Mateo, CA, January 29, 1949, p. 5. Accessed via Access NewspaperARCHIVE
  14. ^ Display ad, New York Times, October 8, 1950, p. X3. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  15. ^ "Burl Ives Packs London Hall," New York Times, May 11, 1952, p. 95. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers
  16. ^ UPI, "Ives Returns [to London]," Syracuse Herald Journal, Syracuse, NY, October 1, 1976, p. 33. Accessed via Access NewspaperARCHIVE
  17. ^ Keogh, C.B. (1979). GROW Comes of Age: A Celebration and a Vision!. Sydney, Australia: GROW Publications. ISBN 0-909114-01-3. OCLC 27588634. Archived from the original on 2009-02-21.
  18. ^ http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/50929161?tab=details
  19. ^ Associated Press, "Eastern Illinois University Honors Famed Dropout Burl Ives," St. Louis Post-Dispatch, May 3, 1990, p. 71. Accessed via NewsBank
  20. ^ http://www.burlives.com/Brodniak.htm
  21. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on September 29, 2007. Retrieved March 13, 2007.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  22. ^ Stephen Holden, "The Cream of Folk, Reunited for a Cause," New York Times, May 19, 1993, p. C15. Includes photo of Ives, Seeger, and others. Accessed via ProQuest Historical Newspapers