Hamilton Camp: This Wheel's on FireFolksinger Hamilton Camp (aka Hamid Hamilton Camp and Bob Camp) has been recording since the mid '60s, releasing albums on his own and together with Bob Gibson. Camp was an early interpreter of otherwise-unrecorded Bob Dylan songs, but is probably best known for his song "Pride of Man," popularized by Quicksilver Messenger Service. He has also been into acting for some time, a character actor who shows up in odd places on movies and TV.
Camp's cover of Danko/Dylan's "This Wheel's on Fire" was released by Warnes Bros in 1968 as the B-side of the single "A Lot Can Happen In A Day", but was never included on any of his albums.
The song is available on the 2001 various-artists 2-CD set Buried Treasure: Lost Gems from Deep in the '60s Vaults (Warner Special Products, OPCD 45799).
Hamilton Camp - A Lot Can Happen In A Day/This Wheel's on Fire - 1968 - Warner Bros WB 7203