97th Regimental String Band | Brass Mounted Army: Civil war Era Songs, Vol. VII

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Brass Mounted Army: Civil war Era Songs, Vol. VII

by 97th Regimental String Band

An actual string band of the Civil War Era singing a wide variety of traditional American songs in authentic, "living history" style.
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1. Brass-Mounted Army
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2. Grafted into the Army
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3. Paddy's Lamentation
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4. I Goes to Fight Mit Sigel
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5. My Last Cigar
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6. Babylon Is Fallen
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7. Barney Buntline
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8. What's the Matter?
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9. Auld Lang Syne
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10. Yankee Doodle
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11. Who Will Care for Mother Now?
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12. New York Girls
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13. Honest Pat Murphy of the Irish Brigade
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14. Farewell to Grog
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15. What Do You Do with a Drunken Sailor
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16. Twenty Years Ago
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17. Upidee
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"BRASS MOUNTED ARMY"
Volume 7, copyright 1999, 50 minutes

One thing every army generates is complaints. This collection has a generous helping of melodious malcontents. From sailors whining about exhausted stogies, last women, and liquor restrictions, soldiers grousing about the "Brass" and annoying buglers, homefront complaints about the conduct of the war and their neighbors lack of patriotic pride, to Lincoln's favorite lament about life's brief span, its all here in three part harmony.

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