1998年自旅至舊金山 曾與地陪學妹聊起"San Francisco Bay Blues"
"San Francisco Bay Blues" is an American folk song and is generally considered to be the most famous composition by Jesse Fuller. Fuller first recorded the song in the mid-1950s for a small label called World Song. The song was brought into wider popularity in the early 1960s by club performances by Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Bob Dylan, and Jim Kweskin. Recorded covers have been performed by many artists including Richie Havens, Eric Clapton, The Flatlanders, Paul McCartney, Jefferson Airplane, Janis Joplin, and Peter, Paul, and Mary.以下從YouTube上挑出幾則比較具有代表性的演出片段
A "one-man band" rendition of the song featuring a kazoo solo was recorded by Fuller himself in a 1962 concert. This has been included in a Smithsonian Folkways compilation, Friends of Old Time Music.
可惜沒有Paul McCartney在MTV Unplugged中的那個版本
》Ramblin' Jack Elliott
》Peter, Paul & Mary