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Encyclopedia > Harry McClintock

Harry McClintock, also known as "Haywire Mac," was a composer well known for his song Big Rock Candy Mountain.

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Discography

LPs

  • Haywire Mac (1950, Cook Records 01124)
  • Haywire Mac (1972, Folkways Recordings 05272)
  • Hallelujah! I'm a Bum (197?, Rounder Records 1009)

Compilations

  • Songs to Grow On, Vol. 3: This Land is My Land (1951, Folkways Recordings 07027)
    • Track 4: Jerry, Go and Oil That Car
  • Cowboy Songs on Folkways (1991, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 40043)
    • Track 7: Utah Carl
  • Folk Song America, Vol. 1 (1991, Smithsonian Collection 461)
  • When I Was a Cowboy, Vol. 1 (1996, Yazoo Records 2022)
    • Track 9: Sam Bass
  • Train 45: Railroad Songs of the Early 1900s (1998, Rounder Select 1143)
    • Track 20: Jerry Go Ile That Car
  • O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000, Lost Highway Records 170069)
    • Track 2: Big Rock Candy Mountain

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