Bibb City Ramblers | Andersonville

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by Bibb City Ramblers

Original Songs about The Andersonville Prison and the Hanging Of Henry Wirz during the War Between the States.
Genre: Country: Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Andersonville
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3:22 album only
2. Ramblin T
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2:13 album only
3. The Hanging of Henry Wirz
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2:27 album only
4. Lonesome Soldier
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4:14 album only
5. Battlefield Dream Sequence Part #1
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8:36 album only
6. Bodies and Horses
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3:28 album only
7. Battlefield Dream Sequence Part #2
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2:00 album only
8. Katie Mcghee
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7:45 album only
9. Battlefield Dream Sequence Part #3
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6:26 album only
10. Aunt Pearlies
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1:11 album only
11. Birthday Blues
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2:07 album only


Album Notes
"General Clay walked down the hill, over the bodies and the Horses and the Burnt Out fields. He felt lucky to be alive but his brother was dead"

As I lay here on this Battlefield that cold rain is coming down....There are no winners or losers out here....Just a bunch of bodies on the ground....

We hope you enjoy the stories on this album. They are crafted by the minds of Dan Davidson and Brian Fowler. Follow the path of the Bodies and Horses,feel the anxiety of Henry Wirz and watch out for Katie Mcghee.....Here is our fall 2009 concept album.....


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Andersonville feel
These songs capture a tragic time with well drafted images that would be as comfortable around a campfire as they are filling my car. The music builds a mood to words that smoothly tell the drama.
It is a genuine listening pleasure.
I just hope I keep my son from plagiarizing some of this work in his history class.