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Nathaniel "Stick Horse" Hammond (Dallas, Texas, April, 1896 - Taylortown, Louisiana, May 17, 1964) was an American blues singer and guitarist.
In 1950 he cut six songs at the J&M Record Shop in Shreveport, Louisiana. Four of them were issued on JOB, the last two on Gotham (There is no known connection between Ray Bartlett's short-lived (1950-1951) Louisiana based "JOB" enterprise and Joe Brown's "J.O.B." company in Chicago).
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