Title: I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You
Subject: Frank Dalton, James Kelly, Nashville Washboard Band, Theophilus Stokes, Thomas James Carroll, and Unidentified man
Recording Date: 7-14-1942
Genre: lyric song, popular song, and skiffle
Instrument: guitar, mandolin, vocal, washboard, and washtub bass
Setting: at the home of John W. Work III
Lomax identified Carroll’s bass as a “tin-can bull-fiddle.” Followed by discussion of song by Stokes and Dalton, who say they’ve been playing together for 8-10 years.