Recorded by father (and mother) Lomax in Livingston, Alabama, where Vera lived. Alabama chain gang lament slightly related to Alabama Bound and Baby Please Don't Go. Reissued on Deep River Of Song: Alabama, a volume in the Alan Lomax Collection. Son Alan Lomax selected an excerpt for his Blues In The Mississippi Night radio program (1948). Both father and son Lomax shared credits.
Willie Turner [long term inmate of Camp Livingston in Alabama, recorded by Harold Courlander; that's near where father Lomax heard Vera Hall sing this same song ten years earlier]
Johnny Cash [with Anita Carter]
John Mayall's Bluesbreakers [as Another Man (with Eric Clapton)]
Sugar Blue [landing him a Grammy]
Bruce Molsky & Margaret Glaspy [as Now Your Man Done Gone on Jayme Stone's Lomax Project; inspired by the Willie Turner version; translates the fear of the long-termer: suppose he does returns home to find out his woman was no longer waiting]
Worksong about a man bound for the 'county farm' (prison camp). Probably picked up by Joe Williams for his Baby Please Don't Go while he served time (see there).