Parallel Anthology Track 68

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Icon Unknown Status.jpg Track 68: Cleoma Breaux and Joseph Falcon - Le Vieux Soulard et sa Femme   Columbia 14301-D; Recorded in New York, 27.8.1928


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Record label does not assign authorship.


According to the Old Weird America blog, "'Le Vieux Soulard et sa femme' is a cajun-french version of an old folk song usually known under the title 'My good old man'."


It is unclear whether the Cajun French version used here is traditional or in copyright, thus the copyright status of this composition is unknown.


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Alternative Versions

My Good Old Man by Burl Ives    recorded in 1949 (according to Discogs): YouTube
 
According to this site, the record cover calls this song "a dialogue ballad from the southern mountains".
Good Ole Husband by Violet Smith    recorded in 1959: Max Hunter Collection
 
Field recording
My Dear Old Husband by Odis Bird    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
 
Field recording
My Good Ole Man by Mrs. Laura McDonald and Reba Glaze    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
 
Field recording
My Kind Old Husband by Mrs. Pearl Brewer    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
 
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My Kind Ole Husband by Charley W. Igenthron    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
 
Field recording