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Tom Moores Farm - Mance Lipscomb - Songster


1996
Label: Orbis - BLU NM 085 • Series: The Blues Collection - 85 • Format: Cassette Compilation, Remastered • Country: UK • Genre: Blues •
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The great plantations farms of Mississippi grew up along the mighty Mississippi River, conversely, Texas plantations got their starts next to the Brazos River. Of course there are many other blues greats, but the point here is that a unique American style of music was geographic in its inception and was directly related to cotton. The five Moore brothers established a very large cotton farm of 15, acres near Navasota that was operated more like a plantation than a Tom Moores Farm - Mance Lipscomb - Songster farm.

Walker, one of the brothers, had bought land there as early as But it was mainly Tom who received the brunt of black hatred aimed at the farm and its chief administrator.

A line from one blues song referred to Tom Moore Tom Moores Farm - Mance Lipscomb - Songster the devil incarnate. Here is how the song began:. A fair Metalcore Riff Stolen - Critic - Home Invasion or not, Tom Moore became the chief antagonist for several blues songs.

One carries a gun or knife because one might have to use it, and one uses it because the occasion merits it. Much of the Cold But Magnetic - Flying - A Proud Bird and popular culture of the South revolves around violence, which is often viewed in a neutral or even laudatory way. For Southerners, murder in defense of honor, after sufficient provocation, is often tragic rather than simply wrong. Especially if their boss, Tom Moore in this case, is telling them to go out and kill whoever you want, but come back to the farm and I will protect you from the law?

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  1. Mar 15,  · Mance Lipscomb's book I Say Me for a Parable, as told to Glen Alyn, also gives a perspective on the Moore farm from Lipscomb's home in Navasota. By one account, Harry Moore was supposedly just as.
  2. Check out Tom Moore's Farm (Take 2) by Mance Lipscomb on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on maladibeazelunenuardana.infoinfo
  3. Lipscomb began playing “Tom Moore’s Farm” too, and his version soon became popular at black gatherings. In Lightnin’ Hopkins recorded the song, changing the title to “Tim Moore’s Farm” because.
  4. Nov 01,  · “Tom Moore’s Farm,” for instance, was recorded by at least six different performers, with the words being slightly different, but the refrain remaining the same. Mance’s version of the song starts like this: “Ain’t but the one thing, see what I done wrong. Ain’t but the one thing, see what I done wrong. Moved my family down on Tom.

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