2013
Label: ATO Records - ATO0204 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Day Of Liberty - Various - Divided & United - The Songs Of The Civil War (CD)

ATO Records and music supervisor Randall Poster (Moonrise Kingdom, Boardwalk Empire, Rave On Buddy Holly) have joined forces to releases Divided & United: Songs of the American Civil War., a two -disc set of Civil War songs brought to life through fresh interpretations by the pioneers/5().

 · Plenty of popular songs and stories have been written about the war and its impact, but fewer Americans are aware of just how many songs dealing with the conflict and its human consequences emerged between and Divided & United: The Songs of the Civil War is an ambitious effort to study the songs of the era with fresh eyes and ears; here, 32 artists interpret popular songs from the Civil War /10(16).

Divided & United: The Songs Of The Civil War. November 5 • Play Track. 1.

 · Divided & United: The Songs of the Civil War is a double disc collection of thirty-two songs by artists handpicked by film music supervisor and producer Randall Poster. The Nashville connections Poster made while working on the movie Country Strong () inspired him to produce the collection to commemorate the th anniversary of the Civil War.

The US American Civil War. The US American Civil War was the greatest war in American history. 3 million fought - , paid the ultimate price for freedom. And a war for freedom it was. The desire for freedom traveled deeper than the color of skin and farther than the borders of any state. There are hundreds of thousands of pages of.


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  1.  · An array of county, folk, and Americana talents come together to interpret songs from the Civil War era on this inspired track release. Divided & United treats these tunes as vital, emotion-charged works rather than museum pieces. The arrangements are rooted in the folk and popular music of the mid–19th century, favoring fiddles, banjos, and guitars (though A.A. Bondy’s rendition of “Johnny .

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