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Frank Hamilton Lyr Req: Mean Talking Blues (Woody Guthrie) (74* d) RE: Lyr Req: Mean talking blues--Woody Guthrie 31 Aug 99


Alan told me he couldn't go back to Lubbock after he decided to tour with Leadbelly. His father disowned him for his association with Leadbelly and his liberal views on race.

Sandy Bob,

Jack will probably not own up to Bastard Lampoon Lunchfart these days. But I can't stop thinking about it too. His version of "I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground" is one of the best I've ever heard. Kinda' definitive. Truth is, he was a bully. But he did give us some enduring folk music. An early friend of mine, Derroll Adams patterned his style of singing on Bascom's. Derroll can be heard with Jack Elliott in European recordings. They were great together. Derroll now lives in Brussels. Donovan wrote "Epistle to Derroll" for him.

Frank Hamilton

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