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Singer: Various
Album title: The Unexpurgated Folk Songs Of Men
Released: 1960
Style: Folk
Category: Blues / Folk, World, & Country
Rating: 4.6 ✦


A1 The Ring-A-Rang-A-Roo
A2 The Keeper Of The Eddystone Light
A3 Mamie Had A Baby
A4 Cocaine Bill And Morphine Sue
A5 Take A Whiff On Me
A6 The Bastard King Of England
A7 No Balls At All
A8 Barnacle Bill The Sailor
A9 Big Jim Folsom
A10 Cristofo Columbo
A11 The Monk Of Priory Hall
A12 The Hootchy Kootchy Dance
A13 Always In The Hallway
A14 The Merry Cuckold
A15 In Crawled One-Hung Lo
B1 Who Stole My Beer?
B2 Dicky Dido
B3 Shine And The Titanic
B4 You Be Kind To Me
B5 Boar Hog Blues
B6 Grubbing Hoe
B7 Uncle Bud
B8 The Girl I Left Behind Me
B9 There's A Skeeter
B10 Stavin' Chain
B11 You Got Good Business
B12 The Dirty Dozens
B13 Limericks
B14 The Ball Of Kirriemuir
B15 Change The Name Of Arkansas!

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  • Copyright (c) – Mack McCormick


  • Recorded By, Compiled By, Liner Notes – Mack McCormick


"...An informal song-swapping session with a group of Texans, New Yorkers, and Englishmen exchanging bawdy songs and lore, presented without expurgation..."

Recorded in Texas, 1959.

This, the first edition of this notorious record was issued in a generic white cover without any printing whatsoever. Song titles are listed on the disc labels, but none of the many performers are credited anywhere on the release. Included inside the cover sleeve was a large, 14-page booklet explaining the history of the songs, as well as a large disclaimer presenting the recorded material as a scholarly document which, along with the generic white sleeve and anonymous performers, were evidently measures taken against possible charges of obscenity.

The LP was later reissued with a cover as Raglan R 51.

Some of the performers have been ostensibly identified by researchers: tracks B4 and B10 are attributed to Mance Lipscomb, tracks B5 and B11 to Buster Pickens, and track B12 to Lightnin' Hopkins.

Copyright, 1960, by Mack McCormick.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Center Label, Printed): UFOM-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Center Label, Printed): UFOM-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Hand-Etched): UFOM-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Hand-Etched): UFOM-2