I live in a silver mine And I call it beggar's tomb; I got me a violin And I beg you call the tune, Anybody's choice I can hear your voice. Wo, oh, what I want to know How does the song go?
Come hear uncle John's band By the riverside Got some things to talk about Here beside the rising tide. Come hear uncle John's band Playing to the tide Come on along, or go alone He's come to take his children home.
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We continue with another powerful, always-present Grateful Dead cover, wonderfully ripe material for interpretation. Emy has sung this song for years, but Darol never listened much, even though his David Grisman connection got him close to the source. So it was easy to come at this great song with a fresh perspective.
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Again harpist supreme Maeve Gilchrist, youthful mandolin prodigy Dominick Leslie, and bass virtuoso Ethan Jodziewicz play and sing with a large chorus including us, Bruce Molsky, and the members of Lula Wiles. A peripatetic winding journey, in the best Dead style.
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