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|Pretty complete?! Naw just getting warmed up a bit. How 'bout the work Jack White and Alison Krauss did in Cold Mountain? I also love old slave songs as well. "Run Mourner, Run" is soul stirring. In another thread (can't remember which one)I mentioned "Oh Freedom" that was performed by several USCT reenactors in Corinth (I wish I could have heard because of the significance). Also, my favorite version of "Battle Cry of Freedom" is by the 119th NYSV. The fife and drums are chilling and I feel like I'm right in there with the men marching. I'll have to look closer but was "Tenting on the Old Campgroud" or "All Quiet on the Potomac" brought up? All such great great music. I have loved this thread and I'm glad to see others with such great taste in music!!! I thought I knew lots about the topic but I have now humbled myself. (and have more mp3s to buy. cha-ching)
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