“Eyesight to the Blind” (1951) is a Sonny Boy Williamson II song. The Who used the lyrics for their version on Tommy in 1969.
” Here, There and Everywhere” (1966) is Beatles song written by Paul McCartney. Elvis Costello posted a cover in honor of McCartney’s 80th birthday.
“Let Me Roll It” (1973) is one of the best songs on Band on the Run by Paul McCartney and Wings. Check out the versions by Lake Street Dive.
“Seven Nights to Rock” was originally recorded in 1956 by Moon Mullican. Nick Lowe and Asleep at the Wheel have covered it and Bruce Springsteen has performed it live.
I haven’t found much information on this song.
Robert Crumb drew the cover for the album by Eden and John’s East River String Band and also played with them
“Far Away Blues” was written by Fletcher Henderson and first recorded in 1923 by Bessie Smith and Clara Smith with Henderson on piano.
Merline Johnson recorded the original version in 1937.
“Bouncin’ Back” is a Robert Cray song from his 1990 album Midnight Stroll. I saw him in concert soon after that with the Memphis Horns.
Ann Peebles did an excellent cover on her 1992 album Full Time Love. I don’t know when or where the live video is from.
“Read Me My Rights” was written by Delbert McClinton and Johnny Neel and recorded by McClinton. There were multiple covers in 1992 including a great one by Ann Peebles on her fine album Full Time Love.