Woody Guthrie’s mother, Nora, had a deep love of the old, 19th Century parlor ballads. According to Guthrie biographer Ed Cray, “A Picture from Life’s Other Side,” was among her favorites. This enduring song - though most closely associated with Hank Williams’ alter-ego, Luke the Drifter - has since become a standard in American country music.
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