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Mose Allison's "Parchman Farm" is distinct from earlier blues songs of the same name (all of which were about Mississippi State Penitentiary, a hard-time prison known as Parchman Farm). The song has been covered by a number of artists including Blue Cheer, Jeff Buckley, Cactus, Rick Derringer, Georgie Fame, The Kingston Trio, John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers (who released it as a Decca Records single in 1966,) Hot Tuna, and others.

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  • very good !
  • Totally sweet :)
  • nice
  • good sound !!
  • so sad but heavenly though!
  • Good stuff!!
  • Loves it! dum dum dum......yeaaaaaaaa.........
  • "You are in a room that is an 8x8x8 perfect cube. Don't ask me how you got in there. All i know is what I already told you." - Hormelle Grey, Esq.
  • I like the John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers version much more than the Blue Cheer version.

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