Parallel Anthology Track 81

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Icon Unknown Status.jpg Track 81: Memphis Jug Band - K C Moan   Victor 38553; Recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, 4.10.1929

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Record label assigns authorship to "Tewee Blackman", as does

However, no information is available on Blackman's death date, so the copyright status of this composition is unknown.

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Alternative Versions

K C Railroad Blues by Andrew and Jim Baxter    recorded between 1924-38 according to album title. Available in BL shelfmark 1LP0119121: Spotify
No attribution on record Roots RL-326
C & O Whistle by The Fruit Jar Guzzlers    recorded in 1928 (according to RFSI): Spotify
Blowin' down this road by Woody Guthrie    recorded in 1940 (according to wikipedia): Spotify
In liner notes for album containing this version Guthrie says he "wrote up" this and the other songs on the album.
Lonesome Road Blues by Ernest Stoneman and Kahle Brewer    recorded in 1927 (according to RFSI): Spotify

Cliff Carlisle Down the Road label.jpg

Goin’ Down The Road Feelin’ Bad by Cliff Carlisle recorded in 1933 (according to wikipedia): YouTube

Record label makes no claim to authorship or arrangement

Down South Where the Sugar Cane Grows by Fiddlin' John Carson    recorded in 1929 (according to RFSI): Spotify 
I'm going down the road by J Kearns Planche    recorded in 1950: University of New Mexico
Field recording
I'm going down this road feelin' bad by Warde Ford    recorded in 1938: Library of Congress
Field recording
Going Down The Road Feeling Bad by Ruth Huber and Lois Judd    recorded in 1941: Library of Congress
Field recording
I'm Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad by Gussie Ward Stone    recorded in 1940: Library of Congress
N.B. The link provided here goes directly to the audio file. For the information page (giving the name of the performer, the date of recording and a link to the audio file),
go to the Library of Congress's search facility and search for "Gussie Ward Stone".
Field recording