From: Southern Missouri
For my fourth, this is one of my favourite songs from one of one of my favourite albums - What We Did on our Holidays.
Fairport Convention - Fotheringay
And as a bonus track, from the same album, I give you:
Fariport Convention - The Lord is in This Place .. How Dreadful is This Place
PS. Missouri_Rebel, with so much good music around trying to find an all-time top 20 is next to impossible.
Thank you. Enjoyed that first song quite a bit. These hills and woods are filled with Scott Irish descendants whose music carries on to this day in this tradition, morphed sometimes into bluegrass mix. It lives on, and on, and on. As the facade of civilization continues to crumble, these are the places that will form a future cornerstone. Cafe Mocha Latte filled Styrofoam cut by a soft, male manicured hand ? No. A calloused hand slow smoking a freshly butchered hog in a stone and mud smokehouse for days on end? Yes. One talent a novelty, the other a means of survival. I've cast my lot already.
**Those who rob Peter to pay Paul can always count on the support of Paul
**A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take from you everything you have-Gerald Ford