Down In Mississippi - Johnnie Temple* - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 2 (17
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His version of the oft-recorded song "Shake 'Em on Down," is considered definitive; it became a hit while White was serving time in Parchman. One of his most famous songs, "Parchman Farm Blues", about the Mississippi State Penitentiary (also known as Parchman Farm) in Sunflower County, Mississippi, was released on Harry Smith's fourth.