ELEVEN MARLING DUETS

THREE WITH EDDIE BERMAN

Eddie Berman's album Polyhymnia features a cover of Bob Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone by Berman and Laura Marling, accompanied by Gabe Davis on bass, and Sarah Pigion on the harmonium.

Marling and Berman previously covered Bruce Springsteen's Dancing in the Dark. The two also performed the song as part of the Secret Cinema shows in London in June, 2013.

A month before the Dancing in the Dark duet, Marling and Berman sang Help Me When I Say, a song from Berman's EP Blood and Rust.

TWO WITH JOHNNY FLYNN

The Water, a Marling/Johnny Flynn duet, (video on YouTube) is featured in the 2011 film GOODBYE FIRST LOVE, which stars Lola Créton, and is about two young lovers reunited after 8 years apart. The French film is now available on DVD and on Amazon Instant Video.

Marling and Flynn also recorded Travel Light, a Jeffrey Lewis & Diane Cluck Cover.

TWO WITH MARIKA HACKMAN

Marika Hackman and Laura Marling covered Steely Dan's "Dirty Work" (with Johnny Flynn), and Foo Fighters' "Tired of You".

GIL LANDRY

Take this Body, the first song made available from Gill Landry's third solo album, is a duet with Laura Marling, and can be streamed on Stereogum and purchased from iTunes.

JONATHAN WILSON

Bonny Portmore Episode 5 of TURN featured an interpretation by Marling and Jonathan Wilson of the 300 year old Scottish protest song Bonnie Portmore, a recording of which is available on Amazon.de.

In a review of the episode, Brian Ives of radio.com quotes Marling on the history of her involvement with the song:

"I was asked to perform it at a gathering in London in honor of The People Speak, [the 2009 film] influenced by Howard Zinn’s writings about the history and power of speech and protest. And the night [singer/songwriter] John Martyn died [January 29, 2009] I was on tour in rural Scotland and the entire village came together in the pub and passed around a guitar taking turns to play his songs and sing together, full of joy. That was one of the most important musical experiences I ever had. Not least because in rural Scotland in one pub there were at least 20 people better at singing and playing guitar than me."

JEFFREY LEWIS

Marling covered Eminem's "Brain Damage" with Jeffrey Lewis in 2009.

LOUISE AND THE PINS

Melancholy, with Louise and the Pins at Apocalypstick in 2011.