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The Essex Tape (1971)
White label record only
Thirty Third of August - (Mickey Newbury)
My Father - (Judy Collins)
Dog Beach - (Noel Harrison)
Macoushla - (Traditional)
San Francisco Mabel Joy - (Mickey Newbury)
Noel Harrison performing San Francisco Mabel Joy in 2010.
Noel's own songs
Between 1968 and 1973, Noel Harrison copyrighted a lot of his own songs, the majority of which unfortunately never made it onto tape.
A song called Hard Times at Dog Beach was copyrighted by Noel on February 9, 1970. This could be the same song, or an earlier version, of Dog Beach, which appears on the Essex tape.
At around the same time, Noel copyrighted the songs I've Been There Before and Don't Hold Your Breath, which have never been released.
Earlier, in January 1970, he copyrighted the songs Last Will and Testament, Tin Wedding, Song to You and In My Time.
Tin Wedding was released as a single in April 1970, Song to You is presumably the track Another Song to You, which appeared on The Great Electric Experiment is Over in 1969 and In My Time was only ever performed live by Noel once - in April 1970 on the TV show Playboy After Dark (see the video below).
Historic copyright records show that Noel also wrote the songs I'm Ready to Come Home to You and Hello Sweet Life in 1973 and Exit in 1968 - but none of these were ever released.
Noel performing In My Time in 1970.