DONOVAN

Colours is a version of the folk song “Black Is the Color”, arranged by John Jacob Niles. See more under Joan Baez.
Donna Donna (Secunda, Zeitlin, Secunda): from Joan Baez [‘60, Vanguard 2077], previously by folksingers Martha Schlamme as ’Dana Dana Dana’ [Martha Schlamme Sings Jewish Folk Songs Vol. 2 Vanguard 2032] and Theo Bikel as ‘Dona Dona’ [’59, Theo Bikel Sings More Jewish Folk Songs Elektra EKS-7165]; originally from Yiddish musical theater as ‘Dos Klebl’ by Aaron Zeitlin [‘40] in his piece Esterke, then by Moyshe Oysher & Sholom Secunda as ‘Dona Dona’ [‘40s]
Remember the Alamo (Jane Bowers): first recorded by Tex Ritter [‘55, Capitol F3230], then by the Kingston Trio [‘59, The Kingston Trio At Large Capitol 1199] and Johnny Cash [‘63, Ring of Fire (The Best of Johnny Cash Columbia 2053]
Car Car (Ridin’ in My Car) (Woody Guthrie): a children’s song by Woodie Guthrie, recorded for Moses Asch sometime in the ‘40s and eventually released on Folkways; also by Ramblin’ Jack Elliott [‘60, Jack Elliott Sings the Songs of Woodie Guthrie Prestige 13016]
Goldwatch Blues (Mick Softley): later recorded by Mick Softley [‘71, Street Singer Columbia CBS 64395]
Your Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond (trad.): Blind Willie Johnson [‘30, Columbia 14530], Buffy Sainte-Marie [‘64, It’s My Way Vanguard VRS 9142]
Universal Soldier (Sainte-Marie): the Highwaymen [‘63, United Artists 647], Buffy Sainte-Marie [‘64, It’s My Way Vanguard VRS 9142] *
The War Drags On (Mick Softley): Mick Softley [‘65, Songs for Swingin’ Survivors]
Do You Hear Me Now (Bert Jansch): Bert Jansch [‘65, UK Transatlantic 125]
Candy Man Mac LacLeod [‘65, Swed, single], from Mississippi John Hurt [‘28, Okeh 8654 and ‘63 Avalon Blues Piedmont LP 13157] and Rev. Gary Davis [‘57, Pure Religion and Bad Company Folklyric 125], also Dave Van Ronk [‘64, Just Dave Van Ronk Mercury LP 20908]
Little Tin Soldier (Shawn Phillips): Shawn Philips [‘65, I’m a Loner]
Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness) (Donovan): an adaptation of ‘Can I Do It For You’ by Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe [‘30, Vocalion 1523]; it has been recorded by others as ‘Chevrolet’ *
Probably originals:
Oh Deed I Do (Bert Jansch)
Circus of Sour (Bernath)