John A. Lomax recording in Parchman, MS. Reissued on cd The Land Where The Blues Began. In 1933 he recorded an earlier version with bad equipment.
C.B. and ten prisoners with axes [Alan Lomax recording in that same Parchman; obviously a local all time favorite]
Nina Simone [melody and part of the lyrics in Be My Husband: Be my husband man I'll be your wife mirrors Be my woman girl I'll be your man from Rosie]
Animals [as Inside Looking Out]
Grand Funk Railroad [idem]
Jeff Buckley [posthumous as Be Your Husband]
David Guetta [recurring sample from the C.B. version in Hey Mama; top 10 US, UK, B & NL]
Melanie De Biasio [live]