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It Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad - Various - Negro Prison Blues And Songs (CD)

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  1. [This record was originally issued on LP in as Negro Prison Songs, on Tradition , and the tracks can also be heard on Legacy International's Negro Prison Blues and Songs, released in The Rounder CD has a new title and different, historically slanted liner notes.].
  2. Fishpond United States, Southern Prison Blues and Songs * by Various ArtistsBuy. Music online: Southern Prison Blues and Songs *, , limethickcompsedes.merolmimordelararetergioluti.infoinfo
  3. 01 - Black Woman 02 - Duckin' And Dodgin' 03 - Early In The Mornin' 04 - How I Got In The Penitentiary 05 - It Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad 06 - Jumpin' Judy 07 - Levee Camp Holler 08 - Lonesome Blues 09 - Murder's Home 10 - My Baby Got To Go 11 - No More, My Lawd 12 - Old Alabama 13 - Old Dollar Mamie 14 - Penitentiary Blues 15 - Prettiest Train.
  4. This item: Prison Songs (Historical Recordings From Parchman Farm ), Vol. 1: Murderous Home by Alan Lomax Audio CD $ Only 17 left in stock - order soon. Ships from and sold by Classical Music Superstore.5/5(24).
  5. Negro Prison Blues And Songs "Please retry" Amazon Music Unlimited: It Makes a Long Time Man Feel Bad. It Makes a Long Time Man Feel Bad. The performers on these recordings are using various instruments and these are more blues oriented, and do not sound like they are recorded from the field, however, the recording does state that these /5(19).
  6. It Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad: 10 – C.B.* Rosie: 11 – Bama (3) Levee Camp Holler: 12 – Bama (3) And Alan Lomax: What Makes A Work Song Leader? 13 – 22 (3), Little Red, Tangle Eye (2) & Hard Hair: Early In The Mornin' 14 – Bama (3) And Alan Lomax: How I Got In The Penitentiary: 15 – Tangle Eye (2) Tangle Eye Blues: 16 – Bama (3) Stackerlee5/5(2).
  7. Negro Prison Songs from The Mississippi State Penitentiary; A Selection. Historical Recordings From Parchman Farm Recorded by Dr Harry Oster 1. No More, My Lawd 2. Old Alabama 3. Black Women 4. Jumpin' Judy 5. Whoa Buck 6. Prettiest Train 7. Old Dollar Mamie 8. It Makes A Long Time Man Fell Bad.

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