Alan Lomax fieldrecording in Belle Glade, Florida, with Willy Flowers and Roger Matthews as Muley On The Mountain, subtitled: Every Mail Day, Po' Mountain.
Mac Daniel [idem]
James Davis [idem]
Vera Hall [John A. & Ruby Lomax recording, reissued on Deep River Of Song: Alabama]
Woody Guthrie [as Poor Lazarus]
James Carter & group [Alan Lomax recording in the MS State Pen (Camp B in Lambert), reissued on Southern Journey Vol 5: Bad Man Ballads; Alan praised it for being the finest African-American ballad he and his father ever recorded; used as intro in Coen Brithers film O Brother Where Art Thou; James Carter, still alive then, was rewarded with a royalty cheque of $20.000 and an invitation for the Grammy ceremony]
Henry Morrison [another Lomax recording]
Bright Light Quartet [idem, along with James Carter's version on the same comp; a second version from April '60 on Vol 1: Voices From The American South]
Dave Van Ronk [as Poor Lazarus]
Ian & Sylvia [idem]
Buffy Sainte-Marie [as Lazarus]
Bob Dylan & The Band [Basement tape]
Bob Dylan once played it live in 1961.