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General InformationEdit

Performer: Uncle Eck Dunford
Instrumentation: Violin- Uncle Eck Dunford, Harmonica- Ernest Stoneman, Mandolin- Hattie Stoneman, Banjo- Bolen Frost, Autoharp- unknown
Date of recording: 1928
Record label: Victor
Serial #:V-40060B

SummaryEdit

(As summarized by Harry Smith, The Anthology Of American Folk Music) "MOTHER HOSPITABLE, BUT GIRLS FIND SHODDY OLDSTER'S ACTIONS PERVERSE." (3)

Information On This SongEdit

Versions of this song also exist in the English and Scottish tradition. The phrase "Jump Jim Crow" is used in this song, as well as a reference to Rye Straw, suggesting that this version emerged sometime between 1828 and 1924.

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