Gene Austin, George Reneau - Little Brown Jug download album
The Lonesome Road by Van Morrison.
Steve Porter - 1900 Blue Ridge Duo (Gene Austin & George Reneau) - 1924 Henry Whitter - 1924 Uncle Tom Collins - 1927 Frank Crumit - 1930 George Wade & His Cornhuskers - 1933 Glenn Miller & His Orch. - 1939 Glen Gray & The Casa Loma Orch. When I go toiling on my farm I take a little brown jug under my arm I place it under a shady tree Little brown jug, 'tis you and me. Ha, ha, ha, you and me Little brown jug, don't I love thee Ha, ha, ha, you and me Little brown jug, don't I love thee. If all the folks in Adam's race Were gathered together in one place Then I'd prepare to shed a tear Before I'd part from you, my dear. If I'd a cow that gave such milk I'd clothe.
Little Brown Jug" is a song written in 1869 by Joseph Eastburn Winner, originally published in Philadelphia with the author listed as Winner's middle name "Eastburn. It was originally a drinking song. It remained well known as a folk song into the early 20th century
This ploy proved so successful that the blind musician had second thoughts about returning home; only Gene’s warnings that they would inevitably be apprehended by the law convinced Reneau to board a train headed back to Nashville. Austin’s big break as a recording artist came when Mills asked him select some songs and demonstrate them to Victor’s star singer, Aileen Stanley.
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