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Yonder Go That Old Black Dog ()

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Yonder Go That Old Black Dog is a very special album, perhaps more important for the atmosphere it sets than for the quality of the actual recordings. Compiled by folklorist Bill Koon from field recordings he made after encountering Eddie Lee "Mustright" Jones playing guitar on a porch in Lexington, GA, in 1965, the album has the feel of an early 19th century African-American singalong, with Jones' family and friends adding spoken interjections and impromptu background vocals to whatever Jones is singing. The material isn't ...

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  1. Yonder Go That Old Black Dog
  2. Baby, Please Don't Go
  3. She's Mine, She's Yours
  4. Oh Graveyard, You Can't Hold Me Always
  5. You're Gonna Need My Help Someday
  6. Slide Instrumental
  7. Stop and Listen
  8. I May Never See You Anymore
  9. I Got a Yellow Gal
  10. John Henry
  11. I Won't Be Troubled No More
  12. I'm Talking 'Bout You
  13. Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning
  14. Instrumental
  15. Let That Liar Alone
  16. Which Way Does the Blood Red River Run
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Yonder Go That Old Black Dog
1995, Testament

UPC: 012928502320

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