Various Artists : Songs Of The Civil War

CD [Cover Art for Various Artists / Songs Of The Civil War] Your Price: $10.13
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Availability: In Stock
Sell date: 8/1991
Label: Sony
Mfg's Catalog#: 48607
CDC Part#: 255132
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 Notes & Reviews
Surprisingly good, all round.
- Terence Halden, 12/16/2011, Canada

A surprisingly good collection of artists and period songs. Startling to hear 'Love Me Tender' was an 1860's song. The Elvis film was historically correct! Standout is the McGarrigles & Families 'Hard Times Come Again No More' plus many old favorites fro m (primary) school days folk-singing sessions.
- David Jellett, 02/07/2011, Australia

A great CD that was impossible to get in the U.K.
- Michael Richards, 10/25/2004, England

Inspired by the successful Civil War documentary from Ken Burns, this powerful soundtrack tackles many diverse musical styles from traditional folk and bluegrass to black gospel and outlaw country.

Ashokan Farewell - Jay Ungar & Molly Mason
No More Auction Block for Me - Sweet Honey in the Rock
Licoln & Liberty - Ronnie Gilbert
Dixie's Land - United States Military Academy Band
The Sothern Soldier Boy - Kathy Mattea
Aura Lee - John Hartford
Rebel Soldier - Waylon Jennings
Follow the Drinking Gourd - Richie Havens
Battle Hymn of the Republic (John Brown's Body) - Judy Collins
When Johnny Comes Marching Home - United States Military Academy
Was My Brother in the Battle - Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle
Yellow Rose of Texas - Hoyt Axton
Run, Mourner, Run - Sweet Honey in the Rock
Give Us a Flag - Richie Havens
The Secesh (Shiloh) - John Hartford
Somebody's Darling - Kathy Mattea
An Old Unreconstructed - Waylon Jennings
Vacant Chair - Kathy Matea
Better Times Are Coming - Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle
Lorena - John Hartford
Marching Through Georgia - Jay Ungar & Molly Mason
Hard Times Come Again No More - Kate & Anna Mcgarrigle & Famil
Oh I'm a Good Old Rebel - Hoyt Axton
When Johnny Comes Marching Home - Ronnie Gilbert
Taps - Staff Sgt. Steve Luck