|1.||Black Uncle Remus|
|2.||Saw Your Name In The Paper|
|4.||The Drinking Song|
|8.||Be Careful There's A Baby In The House|
|9.||Needless To Say|
|10.||Movie Are A Mother To Me|
|11.||Say That You Love Me|
|13.||Man Who Couldn't Cry|
The ones that stick out to me are "Motel Blues" and "The Man Who Couldn't Cry", since I first heard them as covers, by Alex Chilton and Johnny Cash, respectively. Chilton's version, from the Big Star Live album, is especially effective, telegraphing the direction things would go in Third/Sister Lovers and making twentysomething world-weariness not only bearable but almost unbearably stark and sad.
Here's Loudon performing it recently:
For the download-inclined, here's a pretty good version from the Live Music Archive, performed by Reed Foehl.
MP3: Reed Foehl - Motel Blues (Loudon Wainwright III)