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Best Songs Of Alison Krauss Playlist - Alison Krauss Greatest  Country Female Singers
 
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Best Songs Of Alison Krauss Playlist - Alison Krauss Greatest Country Female Singers Alison Maria Krauss (born July 23, 1971) is an American bluegrass-country singer and musician. She entered the music industry at an early age, winning local contests by the age of ten and recording for the first time at fourteen. She signed with Rounder Records in 1985 and released her first solo album in 1987. She was invited to join the band with which she still performs, Alison Krauss and Union Station (AKUS), and later released her first album with them as a group in 1989. She has released fourteen albums, appeared on numerous soundtracks, and helped renew interest in bluegrass music in the United States. Her soundtrack performances have led to further popularity, including the O Brother, Where Art Thou? soundtrack, an album also credited with raising American interest in bluegrass, and the Cold Mountain soundtrack, which led to her performance at the 2004 Academy Awards. As of 2018, she has won 27 Grammy Awards from 42 nominations, making her the most awarded living recipient, second only to classical conductor Georg Solti, who holds the record for most wins with 31. She is the most awarded singer and the most awarded female artist in Grammy history. At the time of her first, the 1991 Grammy Awards, she was the second-youngest winner (currently tied as the ninth-youngest).
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Alison Krauss - Jolene
 
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This performance was during the Dolly Parton segment of "Kennedy Center Honors" on Sunday, December 3, 2006, at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, aka Kennedy Center. Other honorees that night were Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber, Zubin Mehta, Smokey Robinson, and Steven Spielberg.
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Cold Mountain- You Will Be My Ain True Love
 
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This is the eighth song from the soundtrack to the movie Cold Mountain, 2003. Written and Composed by Sting. Performed by Alison Krauss.
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Patty Loveless "You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive"
 
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A video I put together with some old pictures and a great tune. antonio strohs. Written by the wonderful Darrell Scott. NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED. *When I made the video several years ago I didn't who Popcorn Sutton was... I was just looking for photos of rustic figures from Appalachia. and that one popped up during a search with NO NAME attached to it.
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Alan Jackson - Amazing Grace
 
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Dolly Parton,Alison Krauss,Billy Dean
 
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Billy Dean on acoustic guitar with Dolly Parton and alison Krauss singing Kenny rogers' self penned song Sweet music man.
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Ricky Skaggs - Coal Mining Man {HD}
 
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Daylight or dark, in rain or shine It don't much matter down in the mine Where the tunnel's deep, Lord the air gets thin That's the way of life for the minin' man. His lungs are weak. his back is gone His sixty years are plainly shown Lived half his life down in the ground A cold steel hammer rings a mournful sound. Daylight or dark, in rain or shine It don't much matter down in the mine Where the tunnel's deep, Lord the air gets thin That's the way of life for the minin' man. I'll tell you, son he said to me There's just two things I pray to see That the day my Savior calls me home And to see my son stop minin' coal. Oh, daddy dear I'll tell you true There's nothing elsr for me to do But to make my livin' underneath this land And live and die a coal minin' man. Daylight or dark, in rain or shine It don't much matter down in the mine Where the tunnel's deep, Lord the air gets thin That's the way of life for the minin' man. I'll make my livin' underneath this land And die like you a coal minin' man...
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Demo of Song "Buck Mountain Mine" - Music & Lyrics by John Cionca
 
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A coal mining song performed by Unplugged Demos
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Bluegrass Station - Old Kentucky Mine
 
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Bluegrass Station playing an original song written by John Arnett.
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Bluegrass Coal-Mining Song 'Where It's Dark as a Dungeon'
 
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'Where it's dark as a dungeon and damp as the dew, Where the dangers are double and the pleasures are few; Where the rain never falls and the sun never shines, It's dark as a dungeon way down in the mine.' This song was recorded at the annual Bluegrass Jam at Lincoln Log Cabin Historic Site in Coles County, central Illinois, on August 9, 2009.
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Baby, now that I've found you - Alison Krauss and Union Station
 
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As performed by Alison Krauss & Union Station (from an out-of-print promotional single for the album and DVD by the name "Alison Krauss + Union Station - Live"). Original artist: The Foundations Lyrics: Baby, now that I've found you I won't let you go I built my world around you I need you so, baby even though You don't need me now Baby, now that I've found you I won't let you go I built my world around you I need you so Baby even though You don't need me, You don't need me oh, no Baby, baby, when first we met I knew in this heart of mine That you were someone I couldn't forget. I said right, and abide my time Spent my life looking for that somebody to make me feel like new Now you tell me that you want to leave me But darling, I just can't let you [guitar & fiddle solo] Baby, baby, when first we met I knew in this heart of mine That you were someone I couldn't forget. I said right, and abide my time Spent my life looking for that somebody to make me feel like new Now you tell me that you want to leave me But darling, I just can't let you Now that I found you I built my world around you I need you so, baby even though You don't need me now Baby, now that I've found you I won't let you go I built my world around you I need you so Baby even though You don't need me You don't need me no, no
Views: 6585088 MrPointless
Ricky Skaggs - Two Soldiers
 
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Ricky Skaggs with "Two Soldiers" from "Divided & United: The Songs Of The Civil War" released in 2013. This is from Disc 1 which has the "Northern" songs. Music was an integral part of the lives of the American people during this time. It told of magical stories, history, current events, & love of family. Along with their newspapers, music was the communication of the day.
Views: 49602 MyMoppet52
Johnson Mountain Boys-Dream Of A Miner's Child
 
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This is from the 2/20/88 show in Lucketts, VA and is some the best live bluegrass ever recorded.
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Vince Gill, Alison Krause & Patty Loveless - High Lonesome Sound + Working on a Building + [1997]
 
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[Stereo] Three songs performed with Union Station providing the backing music, at an awards ceremony. Unfortunately, one small visual glitch occurs during the last song, but does not affect the audio.
Views: 105899 What's for afters?
Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard - "Coal Miner Blues"
 
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Photo by my friend Dave: - http://www.flickr.com/photos/roystonvasey/ Track from this album: - http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Mountain-Songs-Smithsonian-Folkways/dp/B00006JTG5/ref=sr_1_1?s=music&ie=UTF8&qid=1330209407&sr=1-1 Hazel Dickens - vocals and bass - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazel_Dickens Alice Gerrard - vocals and guitar - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alice_Gerrard David Grisman - mandolin - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Grisman Billy Baker - fiddle Lamar Grier - banjo This song was discovered among the coal miners of West Virginia by A. P. Carter of the Carter Family.
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Cluck Old Hen (1927) The Hillbillies
 
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Charlie Bowman(fiddle), Al Hopkins(vocal) and the Original Hillbillies from 1926. Charles Thomas "Charlie" Bowman was the fiddler with the original Al Hopkin's Hill Billies, the first country string band to gain national notoriety on radio and records. The group is generally thought to be responsible for establishing the string band as an important part of country music. When the recording company asked for the group's name, one member mentioned that they were just an "old band of hill billies." The name stuck. Bowman is credited with bringing the Hill Billies their most popular song, "Nine Pound Hammer".
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Houndstooth-  Blue Trail Of Sorrow
 
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Houndstooth Bluegrass with Frank Evans filling in on the banjo- Tranzac Club- Toronto, Canada- Oct 2015
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Alison Krauss & Union Station - Every Time You Say Goodbye
 
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Visit http://folkbluegrassblog.com and become a fan of http://facebook.com/folkbluegrass for more videos, photos and articles about folk, bluegrass and traditional music. Alison Krauss & Union Station with Jerry Douglas at the International Bluegrass Music Association's Fan Fest on Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011.
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Bluegrass music 3 - A two hour long compilation
 
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106 new songs added to the bluegrass playlist in Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/user/6y24urmtnizh9q2osg5j7d73u?si=imDvPpu3TBSI9WbAF5JLyA Tracklist for this compilation: 0:00:00 - American Drive - Just A Stone Throw Away 0:02:57 - Hot Rize - Blue Is Fallin' 0:06:57 - Larry Stephenson - Philadelphia Lawyer (Feat. Sam Bush) 0:10:22 - The Po' Ramblin Boys - I Can't Go On This Way 0:12:25 - Junior Sisk - Poor Boy's Pleasure (Feat. Ramblers Choice) 0:15:58 - Volume Five - Ranching Man 0:18:59 - Claire Lynch - Doin' Time 0:23:32 - Michael Cleveland - Flower Blooming In The Wildwood 0:26:47 - Steve Dilling - I Wonder If Our Love Is The Healing Kind (Feat. SKip Cherryholmes & Darrell Webb) 0:29:17 - Lonesome River Band - Down The LIne 0:31:58 - Kenny & Amanda Smith Band - Going Across The Sea 0:34:49 - The Spinney Brothers - Makin A Killin 0:37:27 - Tony Rice - Never Meant To Be 0:41:31 - Breaking Grass - Raining In Virginia 0:44:30 - Nothin' Fancy - Darkness And Dirt 0:48:35 - Band Of Ruhks - Coal Mining Man 0:52:10 - Dale Ann Bradley - I'll Just Go Away (Feat. Vince Gill) 0:55:48 - Big Country Bluegrass - I Just Want To Grow Old Lovin' You 0:58:06 - Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out - Carolina's Arms 1:00:20 - Jim Mills - Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar 1:03:06 - Larry Stephenson - The Seashores Of Old Mexico 1:06:20 - Sideline - You Don't Know What You Got 'Till It's Gone 1:09:09 - Dwight McCall - West Viginia Ground 1:12:12 - The Grass Cats - The Mountains My Baby And Me 1:14:59 - Michael Cleveland - Unwanted Love (Feat. Jeff White) 1:17:52 - Dan Tyminski - It All Comes Down To You 1:20:31 - Kristy Cox - Baby You Ain't Baby Anymore 1:23:50 - Ronnie Bowman - On My Way Back Home 1:26:51 - Big Country Bluegrass - Blue River 1:29:54 - Russ Carson - Redwood Hill 1:32:37 - Hammertowne - Heartaches And Pain 1:35:40 - Becky Buller - Little Bird 1:39:01 - Junior Sisk - The Mountains Are Calling Me Home (Feat. Ramblers Choice) 1:42:02 - Randy Kohrs - Rockwell's Gold 1:45:51 - Ron Block - Along The Way 1:48:16 - Blue Moon Rising - Where There's A Road 1:52:20 - Mountain Heart - I Can't Get Over You 1:56:34 - Newfound Road - It's Raining The Blues 1:59:08 - Kenny & Amanda Smith Band - I've Traveled Down This Lonesome Road Before 2:02:31 - The Grascals - I Like Train 2:05:13 - Michael Cleveland - When You Were Mine 2:08:05 - Blue Highway - Still Climbing Mountains
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Loretta Lynn - The Old Rugged Cross
 
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Loretta performs "The Old Rugged Cross". Loretta, the coal miner's daughter, is famously from "Butcher Holler", a section of Van Lear, a mining community near Paintsville, Johnson County, Kentucky. *Recommend "high quality" mode. The video is much clearer that way. Click option above view count to switch modes, or go here http://www.youtube.com/video_quality_settings to save your preference for all videos you watch on YouTube.
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Blue Highway - Union Man
 
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Blue Highway - Union Man A short life of trouble in a dark and dusty mine has been my occupation, now I walk the picket line I was down in bloody Harlan when they tried to organize The miners faced starvation, you could see it in their eyes The company hired some gun thugs, many miners died it's said They'd come to kill the Union but they lost their lives instead And it's which side are you on boys, which side are you on? You're either for the rich man or the Union standing strong I came to New York City in the year of '43 We were fighting Hitler's armies in the war across the sea But they would not hire a miner to do a workman's job at fifteen cents an hour, your pockets they will rob I'll never trust a rich man as long as I draw breath To keep his golden mansion he'll starve your kids to death And when my life is over, don't mourn my passing long Organize resistance and keep the Union strong Here's to every miner who dared to take a stand who lived to feed his family and died a Union man
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Kathy Mattea - Blue Diamond Mines
 
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Kathy Mattea decided to record this album after the horrible 2006 Sago Mine disaster which left 12 men dead. Internal memos were leaked showing the company decided to keep the mines open after safety violations instead of fixing the problem, based on money. It was cheaper to pay the relatives of the future dead than to close the mines for needed repairs.This is Jean Ritchie's "Blue Diamond Mines" from Mattea's "Coal" album. A stellar backup group: John Catchings - Cello, Bill Cooley - Acoustic Guitar, Stuart Duncan - Banjo, Fiddle, Acoustic Guitar, Mandocello, Eric Fritsch - Hammond B3, Main Personnel, Organ (Hammond), Byron House - Bass (Upright), Randy Leago - Accordion, Piano, Patty Loveless - Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background), Kathy Mattea - Acoustic Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals, Fred Newell - Bass (Upright), Pedal Steel, Mollie O'Brien - Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background), Tim O'Brien - Vocal Harmony, Vocals (Background), Marty Stuart - Acoustic & Electric Guitar, Mandocello, Mandolin, Background Vocals,
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Irene Kelley "Pennsylvania Coal"
 
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Irene Kelley performing "Pennsylvania Coal" at Music City Roots live from the Loveless Cafe on 12.07.2011
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Bluegrass Jam Basement Sessions "Last Dollar Blues"
 
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Another song in our Blue Highway tribute...Rob Ickes will be missed!
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Dierks Bentley - Down In The Mine
 
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from his "Up on The Ridge" 2010. Capitol Records Here in 2012, we live in a wickedly polarized environment, especially with the United States being in an election cycle. There seems to be very little that is gray. Either someone is saving the world, or you’re stenciling a Hitler mustache on them and posting it to Facebook. A musical parallel to this was illustrated when Jason Isbell blamed Dierks Bentley for ripping off his song “In A Razor Town”. The fervor quickly became political on Isbell’s side, with the former Drive By Trucker lumping Dierks in with all of country music’s pop-oriented fare, even going as far as saying he hopes that people that come to the defense of Dierks “don’t vote” through his Twitter feed. Certainly a little perspective seems to be called for. Though I happen to agree that Isbell has a great case for “In A Razor Town” being ripped off by Dierks’ “Home”, the assailant is likely not Dierks, but the other songwriter Dan Wilson. Furthermore, lumping Dierks with the Justin Moore’s and Rascal Flatts’ of the world and calling him a “douche” makes Isbell come across as bitter, and more importantly, uninformed. Trust me, I’ve called many a pop country star a “douche” over the years, but I have also gone out of my way to say it is important to draw distinctions when talking about pop country stars. And that’s what leads us to Dierks Beltley’s Up On The Ridge from the summer of 2010, an album I’ve been asked to review many times, because despite the “where” and the “who” it came from, shows remarkable heart, progressiveness, and independence. *** The idea is that this is a “bluegrass” album, but Flatt & Scruggs fans shouldn’t get their hopes up too much. Though there is some straight up bluegrass here like the song “Rovin’ Gambler”, most of the music is more of a progressive take on bluegrass, incorporating drums for example. This album started off as a side project that grew into something more, and with the tremendous amount of collaboration in it, that can be seen. The Punch Brothers and Chris Thile appear numerous times. Del McCoury, Rob McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson are some of the other names that might get you excited just by seeing the list of contributors. This album is very much a collaborative effort. Though Bentley is not given sole songwriting credit on any song, he’s given some credit on all of the album’s standout tracks, including “Up On The Ridge”, “Rovin’ Gambler”, “Draw Me A Map”, “You’re Dead To Me”, and “Down In The Mine”. Instead of taking a myopic view on one bluegrass approach, Up On The Ridge takes a world view and attempts to hit on most aspects; more a bluegrass primer, meant for the unfamiliarized masses than the devotees of the sub-genre, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Because of this approach, I sense there might be some cherry picking of it’s tracks contingent on listener’s tastes, but this also means this album has a lot of spice and keeps the ear attentive, and makes you appreciate the different styles even if they’re not normally your flavor. Dierks bluegrass take of U2’s “Pride (In The Name Of Love)” with Del and The Punch Brothers is something I’d probably not be up for normally, but the way the song illustrates the parallels between bluegrass and classical composition is brilliant. “Down In The Mine” has the essence of an Old Crow Medicine Show song, with it’s overt message and language. “Draw Me A Map” feels like the Alison Krauss-style of bluegrass: mainstream sensibilities without compromising a tie to the roots. Only two songs on this album felt like they didn’t work: a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)” that wasn’t necessarily awful as much as it was out of place, and the Miranda and Jamey collaboration “Bad Angel”. If there is a play for commercial appeal on this album, this song is it. Is this a great bluegrass album? Of course not. But a great bluegrass album would also not be a vehicle to introduce a generation of people to Del McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, and bluegrass music in general. Is it the album that Dierks set out to make without commercial consideration or label meddling? I kind of think it is, and it’s moderate sales seem to reflect that. Being a hardcore Dierks fan of any stripe might be a little maddening. If you’re a fan of pop country, you might see a project like this and wrinkle your nose at it, while if you love this album, the potentially-Isbell ripped-off song “Home” may make you feel betrayed or embarrassed. I don’t know if to characterize it as a balance or a war, but Dierks’ career has been a tale of commercial appeal and artistic concerns all intertwined. The greater lesson is that it is rarely fair to pigeon hole an artist or their music against a polarized ideal. It would not be fair to Jason Isbell, and it is not fair to Dierks. Up On The Ridge proves that. / savingcountrymusic.com
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Kathy Mattea: Coal Journey - Conversations from Penn State
 
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Two-time Grammy Award-winning singer Kathy Mattea discusses her newest albums of old-timey Appalachian coal mining songs, the power of music, and her environmental advocacy.
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I'm Down In The Old Coal Mines
 
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I'm Down In The Old Coal Mines by Tyler Williams Band
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Brad Paisley - You'll Never Leave Harlan Alive
 
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In the deep dark hills of eastern Kentucky That's the place where I trace my bloodline And it's there I read on a hillside gravestone You will never leave Harlan alive Oh, my granddad's dad walked down Katahrins Mountain And he asked Tillie Helton to be his bride Said, won't you walk with me out of the mouth Of this holler Or we'll never leave Harlan alive Where the sun comes up about ten in the morning And the sun goes down about three in the day And you fill your cup with whatever bitter brew you're drinking And you spend your life just thinkin' of how to get away No one ever knew there was coal in them mountains 'Til a man from the Northeast arrived Waving hundred dollar bills he said I'll pay ya for your minerals But he never left Harlan alive Granny sold out cheap and they moved out west Of Pineville To a farm where big Richland River winds I bet they danced them a jig, laughed and sang a new song Who said we'd never leave Harlan alive But the times got hard and tobacco wasn't selling And ole granddad knew what he'd do to survive He went and dug for Harlan coal And sent the money back to granny But he never left Harlan alive Where the sun comes up about ten in the morning And the sun goes down about three in the day And you fill your cup with whatever bitter brew you're drinking And you spend your life just thinkin' of how to get away Where the sun comes up about ten in the morning And the sun goes down about three in the day And you fill your cup with whatever bitter brew you're drinking And you spend your life digging coal from the bottom of your grave In the deep dark hills of eastern Kentucky That's the place where I trace my bloodline And it's there I read on a hillside gravestone You will never leave Harlan alive Instagram: zacharychristiantenorio Snapchat: zachary100297
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Loretta Lynn Live! plus John Conlee, Heather Myles & Ricochet. Full Show!
 
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Loretta Lynn Live at the Grand Ole Opry! plus John Conlee, Heather Myles & Ricochet. Full Show! Sensational evening at the Opry in Nashville, TN. The coal miner´s daughter, Loretta Lynn, performs some of her biggest hits. Plus John Conlee, Heather Myles & Ricochet. Don´t miss it. www.newhillbilly.com Guide to New Traditionalism, Bluegrass, Honky Tonk, Western Swing, Texan, Outlaw, Truck Driving, Country, True Country, Traditional Country, Ameripolitan, Irish Country, Australian, Canadian, Old Time, Cajun, Gospel, Classic Country... Please visit and like https://www.facebook.com/WesternSwing2000/ Please visit and subscribe to When The Cowboy Sings https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYGfHb7wxB0QNqZCu6vWOkA Last but not least, susbcribe to keep real country music alive!
Views: 3819 New Hillbilly
Joey+Rory - Jesus Loves Me (Live)
 
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Joey + Rory - Official Video for “Jesus Loves Me”, available now! Buy the full length DVD/CD ‘Joey + Rory: Hymns' here: http://smarturl.it/Joey.Rory.Hymns Available at iTunes: http://smarturl.it/Joey.Rory.Hymns.iT Sign-Up for the Gaither Newsletter and receive $5 off your next online purchase: http://smarturl.it/GaitherNewsletter Subscribe to Gaither Music YouTube Channel: http://smarturl.it/GaitherMusicTV_Subsc Subscribe to GaitherVEVO Channel: http://smarturl.it/GaitherVEVOSubscribe Subscribe to Gaither TV: http://smarturl.it/GaitherTV_Subscribe Follow Gaither Music for updates on your favorite artists. Facebook: http://smarturl.it/FB_GaitherMusic Twitter: http://smarturl.it/TW_GaitherMusic Instagram: http://smarturl.it/IG_GaitherMusic Website: http://smarturl.it/gaither.com LYRICS: Jesus loves me this I know For the Bible tells me so Little ones to him belong They are weak but he is strong Yes Jesus loves me Oh, yes Jesus loves me Yes Jesus loves me for the Bible tells me so Jesus loves me still today, Walking with me on my way, Wanting as a friend to give Light and love to all who live. Yes Jesus loves me Oh yes Jesus loves me Oh yes Jesus loves me, for the Bible tells me so Yes Jesus loves me, love Oh yes Jesus loves me for the Bible tells me so For the Bible tells me so Jesus loves me! He will stay Close beside me all the way; Thou hast bled and died for me, I will henceforth live for Thee. Yes Jesus loves me Oh yes Jesus loves me Oh yes Jesus loves me, for the Bible tells me so Yes Jesus loves me, love Oh yes Jesus loves me for the Bible tells me so For the Bible tells me so Music video by Joey+Rory performing Jesus Loves Me. (C) 2016 Farmhouse Recordings http://vevo.ly/9Q61wP
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Blackberry Jam - Coal Miners Bluegrass Festival (part7)
 
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Coal Miners Bluegrass Festival Yatesville Lake Louisa, KY August 14, 2009
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Hazel Dickens And Alice Foster - Long Black Veil (Lefty Frizzell Bluegrass Cover)
 
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From '' Who's That Knocking? And Other Bluegrass Music '' Label: Verve Folkways ‎– FVS 9005 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, electronic stereo Country: US Released: 1965 Tracklist A1 Walkin' In My Sleep A2 Can't You Hear Me Calling A3 Darling Nellie Across The Sea A4 Difficult Run A5 Coal Miner's Blues A6 Gabriel's Call A7 Just Another Broken Heart A8 Take Me Back To Tulsa B1 Who's That Knocking? B2 Cowboy Jim B3 Long Black Veil B4 Lee Highway Blues B5 Lover's Return B6 Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar B7 I Hear A Sweet Voice Calling Guitar, Vocals – Alice Gerrard Bass, Vocals – Hazel Dickens Fiddle – Chubby Wise Mandolin – David Grisman Banjo – Lamar Grier Illustration – Irwin Rosenhouse Recorded By, Edited By – Peter K. Siegel ------------------------ "Long Black Veil" is a 1959 country ballad, written by Danny Dill and Marijohn Wilkin and originally recorded by Lefty Frizzell. Recorded in Nashville in 1959 by Lefty Frizzell and produced by Don Law, the single reached No. 6 on Billboard Hot C&W Sides chart. In the process, the song became Frizzell's best-performing single in five years. Wilkin played piano on the original recording by Frizzell. Cover versions Sammi Smith's version reached No. 26 on country hits in 1974. Johnny Cash performed the song on the first episode of The Johnny Cash Show (TV series) in 1969, duetting with Joni Mitchell. The song has also appeared on landmark albums by Johnny Cash and The Band in 1968, and charted again in 1999 with the Dave Matthews Band, who performed the song live with Emmylou Harris at a Johnny Cash tribute concert. Early in her career, Joan Baez incorporated the song into her live repertoire, and recorded it twice.. The song appears on David Allan Coe's 1984 compilation 20 Greatest Hits and on Marianne Faithfull's Rich Kid Blues, recorded in 1971 but shelved until 1985. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds recorded a version for the 1986 covers album Kicking Against the Pricks. The song was performed by Bruce Springsteen on his 2006 Seeger Sessions Band Tour. The chorus is frequently sung by Bruce Hornsby during live performances of his song "White Wheeled Limousine", including the version on the retrospective box set Intersections (1985-2005). Mick Jagger recorded a version with The Chieftains for that group's 1995 album of the same name. Mike Ness, principal songwriter and guitarist of punk-rock band Social Distortion, covered the song on his 1999 debut solo album Cheating at Solitaire. Jerry Garcia, David Grisman and Tony Rice cover this song on the 2000 Pizza Tapes recordings. It has been covered by Harry Manx, including a version on the compilation Johnny's Blues: A Tribute to Johnny Cash, and in October 2009, by Rosanne Cash on her album The List. A version by Scottish rock band Nazareth was never released on an album, but is played at live concerts On the 2011 album Rancho Alto by Jason Boland & the Stragglers, the song "False Accuser's Lament" is a follow up to "Long Black Veil'", describing a witness's view of the events and the role that he played. Phil Lesh of the Grateful Dead performed the song several times, with a variety of musicians, in his rotating line-ups of Phil Lesh and Friends at his venue Terrapin Crossroads. Jamey Johnson has covered the song on tour. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club occasionally perform the song during their live shows. The Black Crowes have covered the song, for instance during their December 17, 2010 performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco. Other versions 1960 Carl Mann 1960 The Country Gentlemen 1964 Jerry & Sara 1964 Johnny Williams and The Jokers 1968 The Move 1968 The Wolfe Tones 1969 The Byrds 1969 The Small Faces 1970 Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys 1971 Hank Williams, Jr. 1971 Marianne Faithfull 1980 Jimmy "Orion" Ellis 1983 Zelenáči (Greenhorns) as "Dlouhý černý závoj" 1985 Baby Opaque 1986 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds 1988 The Proclaimers 1992 Michael Nesmith 1993 Jerry Garcia, David Grisman, Tony Rice 1995 Don Walser 1995 Don Williams 1997 Sally Timms 2002 Daryle Singletary 2002 Jason & the Scorchers 2002 Bastard Sons of Johnny Cash 2002 Dave Matthews Band 2003 Deadstring Brothers 2003 Jon Langford and The Pine Valley Cosmanauts 2003 Rob Coffinshaker 2003 Harry Manx 2005 Tim O'Brien 2005 Bruce Hornsby 2005 Charming Hostess 2006 Crooked Fingers 2006 Richard Hawley 2007 Stoney LaRue 2007 David Gra 2007 Professor Louis and the Crowmatix 2007 Matt Andersen 2008 Diamanda Galás 2009 Aunt Martha 2009 Razzy Bailey (with Johnny Cash) 2009 Rosanne Cash (Feat. Jeff Tweedy) 2009 Caroline Herring 2012 Iron & Wine 2014 Sarah Jackson 2014 Carter Hulsey 2014 We Banjo 3 The Stanley Brothers Bobby Bare Chris Ledoux Banks & Shane [[Bob Dylan] one 1997 performance available on various bootlegs] Nazareth Jimmy Kelly
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BGSJ Ill Fly Away
 
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This is Bluegrass Gospel Sing and Jam on the Danny Stewart Bluegrass Cruise 2016, singing "I'll Fly Away. For more information about the Bluegrass Gospel Sing and Jam or the Danny Stewart Bluegrass Cruise please contact us at www.bluegrassgospelsing.com
Views: 204 Michael Robinson
Bluegrass Jam Basement Sessions "Pikeville Flood"
 
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We jammed a bunch of Blue Highway songs in honor Of Rob Ickes departure from he group after 21 years!!
Views: 5244 kevinmckinnon20
Shania Twain And Dolly Parton Coat Of Many Colors
 
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Back through the years I go wonderin once again Back to the seasons of my youth I recall a box of rags that someone gave us And how my momma put the rags to use There were rags of many colors Every piece was small And I didnt have a coat And it was way down in the fall Momma sewed the rags together Sewin every piece with love She made my coat of many colors That I was so proud of As she sewed, she told a story From the bible, she had read About a coat of many colors Joseph wore and then she said Perhaps this coat will bring you Good luck and happiness And I just couldnt wait to wear it And momma blessed it with a kiss Chorus: My coat of many colors That my momma made for me Made only from rags But I wore it so proudly Although we had no money I was rich as I could be In my coat of many colors My momma made for me So with patches on my britches Holes in both my shoes In my coat of many colors I hurried off to school Just to find the others laughing And making fun of me In my coat of many colors My momma made for me And oh I couldnt understand it For I felt I was rich And I told them of the love My momma sewed in every stitch And I told em all the story Momma told me while she sewed And how my coat of many colors Was worth more than all their clothes But they didnt understand it And I tried to make them see That one is only poor Only if they choose to be Now I know we had no money But I was rich as I could be In my coat of many colors My momma made for me Made just for me
Views: 2679366 Nostalgie2010
Brad Paisley - You'll Never leave Harlan Alive
 
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The first time I listened to this song I knew it was special. This is my tribute to all the coal miners who labored to feed their families and risked their lives everyday.
Views: 1099243 melman1430
Raccoon Creek 2017 festival-Patty Loveless & Fontanna Sunset 2-songs
 
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1. Just Someone I Use To Know, Songwriter-Jack Clement 2. Pretty Polly, Songwriter-Shelton, B.F.-Ralph Stanley traditional Lead Vocal-Patty Loveless, Jim Iler-Harmony Vocal & Guitar, Emory Gordy-Harmony Vocal & Guitar, Rickey Rakestraw-Guitar, Frances Mooney-Upright Bass, Brian Morgan-Mandolin, Joe Kimsey-Banjo and Clinton Gregory-Fiddle. Recorded at 2017 Raccoon Creek Bluegrass Festival; Dallas, GA
Dolly Parton - Jolene (HD) (Original) (1975) MUSIC LEGENDS
 
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Dolly Parton - Jolene (HD) (Original) (1975) MORE GREAT MUSIC & VIDEOS HERE: https://www.youtube.com/c/MUSICLEGENDS
Views: 1839680 MUSIC LEGENDS
Dierks Bentley - Love Grows Wild
 
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from his "Up on The Ridge" 2010. Capitol Records Here in 2012, we live in a wickedly polarized environment, especially with the United States being in an election cycle. There seems to be very little that is gray. Either someone is saving the world, or you’re stenciling a Hitler mustache on them and posting it to Facebook. A musical parallel to this was illustrated when Jason Isbell blamed Dierks Bentley for ripping off his song “In A Razor Town”. The fervor quickly became political on Isbell’s side, with the former Drive By Trucker lumping Dierks in with all of country music’s pop-oriented fare, even going as far as saying he hopes that people that come to the defense of Dierks “don’t vote” through his Twitter feed. Certainly a little perspective seems to be called for. Though I happen to agree that Isbell has a great case for “In A Razor Town” being ripped off by Dierks’ “Home”, the assailant is likely not Dierks, but the other songwriter Dan Wilson. Furthermore, lumping Dierks with the Justin Moore’s and Rascal Flatts’ of the world and calling him a “douche” makes Isbell come across as bitter, and more importantly, uninformed. Trust me, I’ve called many a pop country star a “douche” over the years, but I have also gone out of my way to say it is important to draw distinctions when talking about pop country stars. And that’s what leads us to Dierks Beltley’s Up On The Ridge from the summer of 2010, an album I’ve been asked to review many times, because despite the “where” and the “who” it came from, shows remarkable heart, progressiveness, and independence. *** The idea is that this is a “bluegrass” album, but Flatt & Scruggs fans shouldn’t get their hopes up too much. Though there is some straight up bluegrass here like the song “Rovin’ Gambler”, most of the music is more of a progressive take on bluegrass, incorporating drums for example. This album started off as a side project that grew into something more, and with the tremendous amount of collaboration in it, that can be seen. The Punch Brothers and Chris Thile appear numerous times. Del McCoury, Rob McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson are some of the other names that might get you excited just by seeing the list of contributors. This album is very much a collaborative effort. Though Bentley is not given sole songwriting credit on any song, he’s given some credit on all of the album’s standout tracks, including “Up On The Ridge”, “Rovin’ Gambler”, “Draw Me A Map”, “You’re Dead To Me”, and “Down In The Mine”. Instead of taking a myopic view on one bluegrass approach, Up On The Ridge takes a world view and attempts to hit on most aspects; more a bluegrass primer, meant for the unfamiliarized masses than the devotees of the sub-genre, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Because of this approach, I sense there might be some cherry picking of it’s tracks contingent on listener’s tastes, but this also means this album has a lot of spice and keeps the ear attentive, and makes you appreciate the different styles even if they’re not normally your flavor. Dierks bluegrass take of U2’s “Pride (In The Name Of Love)” with Del and The Punch Brothers is something I’d probably not be up for normally, but the way the song illustrates the parallels between bluegrass and classical composition is brilliant. “Down In The Mine” has the essence of an Old Crow Medicine Show song, with it’s overt message and language. “Draw Me A Map” feels like the Alison Krauss-style of bluegrass: mainstream sensibilities without compromising a tie to the roots. Only two songs on this album felt like they didn’t work: a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)” that wasn’t necessarily awful as much as it was out of place, and the Miranda and Jamey collaboration “Bad Angel”. If there is a play for commercial appeal on this album, this song is it. Is this a great bluegrass album? Of course not. But a great bluegrass album would also not be a vehicle to introduce a generation of people to Del McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, and bluegrass music in general. Is it the album that Dierks set out to make without commercial consideration or label meddling? I kind of think it is, and it’s moderate sales seem to reflect that. Being a hardcore Dierks fan of any stripe might be a little maddening. If you’re a fan of pop country, you might see a project like this and wrinkle your nose at it, while if you love this album, the potentially-Isbell ripped-off song “Home” may make you feel betrayed or embarrassed. I don’t know if to characterize it as a balance or a war, but Dierks’ career has been a tale of commercial appeal and artistic concerns all intertwined. The greater lesson is that it is rarely fair to pigeon hole an artist or their music against a polarized ideal. It would not be fair to Jason Isbell, and it is not fair to Dierks. Up On The Ridge proves that. / savingcountrymusic.com
Views: 289 Aljoshaaa
2163. Union Man (Tim Stafford cover)
 
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Singer-songwriter, Tim Stafford, is a native of Kingsport, Tennessee. He began playing guitar seriously at the age of 18 and, as a teenager, played with various local groups, including Mountain Memories and the Boys in the Band. In 1990 he helped to found the bluegrass band, Dusty Miller, and the same year joined Alison Krauss and Union Station, along with Adam Steffey and Barry Bales. In 1993 he won a Grammy award for his work on Every Time You Say Goodbye. In 1994, he organized his present band Blue Highway, one of the most popular of the modern-day bluegrass bands, with eight albums released. Stafford’s songs have also been recorded by Larry Sparks, Dan Tyminski, Ronnie Bowman, Claire Lynch and Alecia Nugent. This song is from Blue Highway's album "Still Climbing Mountains". Lyrics and chords of this song can be found here: http://www.raymondfolk.com/page/Union+Man+%28Tim+Stafford%29 You can see a playlist of my mining songs here: http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=CF909DA14CE415DF For lyrics and chords of all my songs, please see my website: http://raymondfolk.wikifoundry.com
Views: 178 raymondcrooke
Alison Krauss - Country Boy
 
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Alison Krauss covers Don Williams.
Views: 45244 zoudles
Dierks Bentley -Bad Angel (Feat. Miranda Lambert & Jamey Johnson)
 
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from his "Up on The Ridge" 2010. Capitol Records Here in 2012, we live in a wickedly polarized environment, especially with the United States being in an election cycle. There seems to be very little that is gray. Either someone is saving the world, or you’re stenciling a Hitler mustache on them and posting it to Facebook. A musical parallel to this was illustrated when Jason Isbell blamed Dierks Bentley for ripping off his song “In A Razor Town”. The fervor quickly became political on Isbell’s side, with the former Drive By Trucker lumping Dierks in with all of country music’s pop-oriented fare, even going as far as saying he hopes that people that come to the defense of Dierks “don’t vote” through his Twitter feed. Certainly a little perspective seems to be called for. Though I happen to agree that Isbell has a great case for “In A Razor Town” being ripped off by Dierks’ “Home”, the assailant is likely not Dierks, but the other songwriter Dan Wilson. Furthermore, lumping Dierks with the Justin Moore’s and Rascal Flatts’ of the world and calling him a “douche” makes Isbell come across as bitter, and more importantly, uninformed. Trust me, I’ve called many a pop country star a “douche” over the years, but I have also gone out of my way to say it is important to draw distinctions when talking about pop country stars. And that’s what leads us to Dierks Beltley’s Up On The Ridge from the summer of 2010, an album I’ve been asked to review many times, because despite the “where” and the “who” it came from, shows remarkable heart, progressiveness, and independence. *** The idea is that this is a “bluegrass” album, but Flatt & Scruggs fans shouldn’t get their hopes up too much. Though there is some straight up bluegrass here like the song “Rovin’ Gambler”, most of the music is more of a progressive take on bluegrass, incorporating drums for example. This album started off as a side project that grew into something more, and with the tremendous amount of collaboration in it, that can be seen. The Punch Brothers and Chris Thile appear numerous times. Del McCoury, Rob McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, Alison Krauss, Sam Bush, Miranda Lambert and Jamey Johnson are some of the other names that might get you excited just by seeing the list of contributors. This album is very much a collaborative effort. Though Bentley is not given sole songwriting credit on any song, he’s given some credit on all of the album’s standout tracks, including “Up On The Ridge”, “Rovin’ Gambler”, “Draw Me A Map”, “You’re Dead To Me”, and “Down In The Mine”. Instead of taking a myopic view on one bluegrass approach, Up On The Ridge takes a world view and attempts to hit on most aspects; more a bluegrass primer, meant for the unfamiliarized masses than the devotees of the sub-genre, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Because of this approach, I sense there might be some cherry picking of it’s tracks contingent on listener’s tastes, but this also means this album has a lot of spice and keeps the ear attentive, and makes you appreciate the different styles even if they’re not normally your flavor. Dierks bluegrass take of U2’s “Pride (In The Name Of Love)” with Del and The Punch Brothers is something I’d probably not be up for normally, but the way the song illustrates the parallels between bluegrass and classical composition is brilliant. “Down In The Mine” has the essence of an Old Crow Medicine Show song, with it’s overt message and language. “Draw Me A Map” feels like the Alison Krauss-style of bluegrass: mainstream sensibilities without compromising a tie to the roots. Only two songs on this album felt like they didn’t work: a cover of Bob Dylan’s “Senor (Tales of Yankee Power)” that wasn’t necessarily awful as much as it was out of place, and the Miranda and Jamey collaboration “Bad Angel”. If there is a play for commercial appeal on this album, this song is it. Is this a great bluegrass album? Of course not. But a great bluegrass album would also not be a vehicle to introduce a generation of people to Del McCoury, Kris Kristofferson, and bluegrass music in general. Is it the album that Dierks set out to make without commercial consideration or label meddling? I kind of think it is, and it’s moderate sales seem to reflect that. Being a hardcore Dierks fan of any stripe might be a little maddening. If you’re a fan of pop country, you might see a project like this and wrinkle your nose at it, while if you love this album, the potentially-Isbell ripped-off song “Home” may make you feel betrayed or embarrassed. I don’t know if to characterize it as a balance or a war, but Dierks’ career has been a tale of commercial appeal and artistic concerns all intertwined. The greater lesson is that it is rarely fair to pigeon hole an artist or their music against a polarized ideal. It would not be fair to Jason Isbell, and it is not fair to Dierks. Up On The Ridge proves that. / savingcountrymusic.com
Views: 1692 Aljoshaaa
Grayson Jenkins   Another Day
 
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A native of the rolling hills and coal mining communities of rural western Kentucky, Grayson Jenkins is a singer-songwriter who now calls Lexington, KY his home. Grayson’s music reflects his influences from all genres, whether it's country, blues, rock, or bluegrass. His lyrics are inspired by the words of Mark Twain, who always said, “Write what you know.” In keeping with this motto, Grayson’s songs pay homage to the things most important to him—family, friends, and living a life without regrets.
Views: 374 Red Barn Radio
Dwight Yoakam - Sunny Side Of The Mountain "+"  "Live"
 
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Jimmy Martin Cover PLUS Coal Miners Prayer.....
Views: 13971 59FoxDen
Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard / Tiny Broken Heart
 
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Hazel Dickens (1935-2011) & Alice Gerrard (b. 1934) "Tiny Broken Heart" (rec. 1973) Performers: HD - vocals and bass AG - vocals and guitar Lamar Grier - banjo Billy Baker - fiddle David Grisman - mandolin "Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard blur the distinctions between old-time country music and bluegrass music. They carried forward the Appalachian mountain style, itself influenced by old English ballads, melded it with the high lonesome sound of Bill Monroe, and created their own special sound...[They] opened doors for a new generation of women in traditional music, paving the way for artists like Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Iris DeMent, Lynn Morris, Lucinda Williams, Gillian Welch, and the Judds." - Jeff Place
Views: 7672 scrymgeour34

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