Price Goodson - Be Kind to A Man When He is Down





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Uploaded on Jan 14, 2012

The twelve year old ukulele and harmonica player Price Goodson, of Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters fame, accompanies himself on a song I've never heard elsewhere. According to Tony Russell, he did not pursue a music career past his tenure with the Broadcasters, and later died in his early thirties. This was cut in 1927.

I have to say, the song is good, and his accent is incredibly endearing. It is oddly affecting to hear a twelve year old sing of a man who "drinks his sorrows to drown."

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