That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away
The original version was recorded December 15, 1930 at the King Edward Hotel in Jackson, with Charlie McCoy on banjo-mandolin and Bo Carter on guitar. They recorded a version without lyrics, released as "Jackson Stomp" by the Mississippi Mud Steppers, on the same day.
The original recording is in Bb, which is awkward on both guitar and mandolin. I capoed the guitar on the second fret and played as if it were in A, and tuned the mandolin down a whole step and played as if it were in C. For a performance, I would capo the guitar up three frets, leave the mandolin tuning alone and play in C.
This version is available for purchase on the Golden Harvest album.