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The Chambers Brothers recorded a version on Feelin' the Blues, released on Vault records (1970).

Musicologists say that it is based on the tradition of broadside ballads, and thematically it has some resemblance to the 16th-century ballad The Unfortunate Rake.Then, one evening in 1962,1 was sitting at my usual table in the back of the Kettle of Fish, and Dylan came slouching in. The Animals were on tour with Chuck Berry and chose it because they wanted something distinctive to sing.He had been up at the Columbia studios with John Hammond, doing his first album. The Animals' version transposes the narrative of the song from the point of view of a woman led into a life of degradation to that of a man whose father was now a gambler and drunkard, rather than the sweetheart in earlier versions.In his 1941 songbook Our Singing Country, Lomax credits the lyrics to Turner, In 1941, Woody Guthrie recorded a version.A recording made in 1947 by Libby Holman and Josh White (who is also credited with having written new words and music that have subsequently been popularized in the versions made by many other later artists) was released by Mercury Records in 1950.

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