McGowan Band | The Battle Flag of Dixie

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The Battle Flag of Dixie

by McGowan Band

Contemporary music of Southern Confederate Heritage with a touch of country, Folk, bluegrass and Southern Rock.
Genre: Folk: Gentle
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1. Ride With Jackson
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2. The Battle Flag of Dixie
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3. Not For Fame or Fortune
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4. Dixieland
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5. The Yankee and the Rebel
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6. Return to Me
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7. Confederate Man
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8. Just Follow Me
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9. The Place That I Call Home
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10. Southern By the Grace of God
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11. Come Thou Fount
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12. Hail Carolina! Free at Last
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13. Sherman's March to Columbia
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The McGowan Band, comprised of members and associates of the Brigadier General Samuel McGowan, Camp # 40, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Laurens, South Carolina, has been performing since 2001, presenting both historical and contemporary music based upon Southern American history and the Southern Culture. The Band performs at various Balls, reenactments and Banquets throughout the year, providing a contemporary rendition of historical and new original Southern music.

The Primary Purpose behind the Band is to educate the listener about Southern History, particularly the period of 1861 - 1865 using the venue of music. The band members, mostly in their 40's and 50's, bring together many years of musical experience from many diverse backgrounds; however all share a common thread in their Southern roots.

The band has released their 2nd CD project entitled, “The Battle Flag of Dixie” in January, 2006. Recorded at Windshear Productions in Greer, SC, the title song exemplifies the main idea behind the album


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Proud Decsendant OF Confederate Vetran

Mcgowan Band Battle Flag of Dixie
Keep playing that Great Southern Heritage Music.It helps teach the truth about the war between the states and the REAL REASONS it happened.KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK' Proud Member Sons Of Confederate Vetrans

Craig Weiss

Long Live the South
God bless all those keeping the South alive!! We need more music like this. One of my kin rode with Stonewall, so the song "Rode with Stonewall" is really special to me. Now we need a song about the Indian Nations that fought with the South. For those who think the war was about slavery, google Stand Watie. He was the General of the Cherokee Nation that fought with the Confederacy for their freedom. The Cherokee braves were the last to surrender! This whole cd is great! If you love The South you need to buy this. It's great music and we need to support the cause! One day the States and Indian Nations will be free again.

"Had I foreseen these results of subjugation, I would have preferred to die at Appomatox with my brave men, my sword in this right hand ."
-Robert E. Lee-


God Bless Dixie!

DEO VINDICE!

mel

i love this cd!
this cd is quite good. the songs are mostly about southern pride and the like, with creative lyrics and music. however, after a while the songs start to sound a little similar(this is why i rated it 4 stars). still, this is a great cd, and i recommend it to anybody. very good cd!