The Soggy Bottom Boys
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By Gary_A in the Style of The Soggy Bottom Boys
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I snapped this photo on Highway 4 between Port Alberni and Ucluelet on Vancouver Island, BC.. "In The Jailhouse Now" is an American novelty blues song originally found in vaudeville performances from the early 20th century, usually credited to Jimmie Rodgers. The song's first two verses trace the exploits of Ramblin’ Bob, who cheats at cards and gets caught, while the final verse tells about taking a girl named Susie out on the town and winding up in jail together. Rodgers version of "In the Jailhouse Now" was recorded February 15, 1928. He recorded a sequel titled "In the Jailhouse Now—No. 2" in 1930. The song has been covered many times, most frequently with Jimmie Rodgers’ version. Artists who have sung it include Tommy Duncan, Webb Pierce, Pink Anderson, Johnny Cash, Jim Jackson, Leon Russell, Mother McCree's Uptown Jug Champions (featuring Jerry Garcia), Merle Haggard, Doc Watson, Prism, and Tim Blake Nelson with The Soggy Bottom Boys in the film and soundtrack for O Brother, Where Art Thou?. This version is what The Soggy Bottom Boys performed.. I changed it considerably and added 3 guitar tracks and a voice track... Thanks for stopping by... Comments are most welcome.... Have a good evening everyone.. Cheers, Gary