Nigger in the Cotton Patch

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NIGGER[1] IN THE COTTON PATCH. American, Reel. This offensive tune title is mentioned in a newspaper account as having been played in a 1922 Georgia fiddling championship held in Atlanta. "N..... in the Cotton Patch," a version of "Sally Goodin'", was recorded in Atlanta by Georgia fiddler Earl Johnson and his group in 1928.

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Recorded sources: - Document DOCD-8006, Earl Johnson & His Clodhoppers (reissue). OKeh Records 45383 (78 RPM), Earl Johnson's Dixie Entertainers (1928).



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