|A1||The Legend Of The Rebel Soldier
Written-By – C. Moore*
Written-By – M. Haggard*
|A3||I'll Take The Blame
Written-By – L. Flatt*
Written-By – Traditional
|A5||It Takes One To Know One
Written-By – F. Hart*, H. Howard*
|A6||Let The Church Roll On
Written-By – Stacy*, Cirtin*
|B1||Up And Down The Mountain
Written-By – C. Holmes*
|B2||Rain And Snow
Written-By – Traditional
|B3||Southern Star Breakdown
Written-By – J. Rodgers*, Larry Jackson*
|B4||Your Love Is Like A Flower
Written-By – L. Flatt/E. Scruggs*
|B5||Prayer Bells From Heaven
Written-By – Martin*, Williams*
|B6||River Of Death
Written-By – B. Monroe*
Southern Star Bluegrass. Members: Jason Jones (19), Rick Hinson. 101. Southern Star Bluegrass. The Legend Of The Rebel Soldier (LP, Album).
Опубликовано: 20 авг. 2015 г. The Legend of the Rebel Soldier was written by Charlie Moore and made famous by the Country Gentlemen in 1972. This is program 4 track 1 of the "Pennsylvania Hills" album, their 1st official professional recording.
The bluegrass legend, who is backed by an all-star band, pays homage to the Stanley Brothers as well as his own musical roots. The album includes a mix of originals along with songs by Carter and Ralph Stanley, . Carter, Lead Belly, Bill Monroe and others. Tony Rice's Guitar Album Repackaged.
A1. The Legend Of The Rebel Soldier.
In a dreary Yankee prison Where a Rebel soldier lay By his side there stood a preacher Ere his soul should pass away. And he faintly whispered Parson As he clutched him by the hand Oh parson tell me quickly Will my soul pass through the southland. Will my soul pass through the southland To my old Virginia Grand Will I see the hills of Georgia And the green fields of Alabam’.
The Southern Star, Skibbereen, Ireland.
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I'm a poor revel soldier and I'm going home Cause I don't call it living when I'm living alone Come morning they'll look, but me they won't find I'm going to be south of that old Dixie line.
Soldier is the fourth studio album by American rock singer Iggy Pop. It was released in February 1980 by record label Arista. For the album Iggy collaborated with ex-Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock. Ex-member of The Stooges James Williamson was originally hired to produce the album, but a conflict between Williamson and David Bowie (who was assisting as a friend of Pop) over recording techniques led to Williamson walking out on the project.