I am currently learning the Jackson Stomp and I have collected some information about this tune.
The Jackson Stomp has been recorded in the 1920s by Charlie McCoy and the Mississippi Mud Steppers.
Playlist Jackson Stomp
A nice version with mandolin:
I have found another video of the Jackson Stomp from the discussion in the Mandolin Cafe forum. In this case it is a song with the title That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away which uses the Jackson Stomp played on a mandolin banjo to accompany the song.
I also recently recorded this same tune, but the other version which Charlie McCoy also recorded titled, That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away.
That Lonesome Train Took My Baby Away – Mississippi Mudsteppers
I have collected some other videos of the Jackson Stomp in my playlist.
What is interesting with this tune is that it is a shortened blues scheme of 11 measures, a fact that makes this tune a little bit special. However some versions that I have found have made a normal blues scheme by adding another measure – for me the original version is more interesting.
I have not found sheet music or tabs for the Jackson Stomp. TABs can be found in the Mandolin Pickers Fakebook, but this version does contain some errors – so if you use this TABS you should listen to the tune and make the necessary corrections.
Additional information about the Jackson Stomp
Charly McCoy Part 1: http://sundayblues.org/archives/64
Recordings of the original and another version can be found at:: http://communityguitar.com/students/Songs/Jackson%20Stomp.htm
Discussion in the Mandolin Cafe: http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/showthread.php?55077-Jackson-Stomp