In 1965 folklorist Costs Koon was out for a walk near Lexington, Georgia, when he happened across Eddie Lee “Mustright” Jones using guitar on the porch. Intrigued, Koon strolled up and presented himself, quickly recognizing that Jones’ archaic melody repertoire, which bounced between outdated dark spirituals, early blues, and interpretations of fiddle dance music, was something particular. He returned using a reel-to-reel recorder and taped a long time of Jones performing and playing, frequently with interjections and unsolicited vocals from Jones’ relatives and buddies. The results had been released on Pete Welding’s Testament label. Small else is well known about Jones, but his music includes a amazing, ragged charm.