Posted by Bassora, written by Steve Earle
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Size: 4,594kb, uploaded 1/2/2011 6:56:59 PM
Genre: Old-Time / Playing Style: Unknown/None Chosen
Don sings and plays a parlor guitar, and I play the mandocello and sing harmony. Song History: One of the few modern Civil War songs that does not embrace a false nostalgia. This reality about war can certainly apply to today..... Steve Earle wrote this song about the Civil War for his father (a Civil War buff)...... We appreciate the reference to the two most important battles in the Ozarks. I lost family members at one of those battles (there were members on both sides).
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