“C” Soundtrack

  1. Uniform Grey — Sarah Harmer
  2. Walking in Memphis — Marc Cohn
  3. Marching Through Georgia — Ken Burns
  4. Set Me In Motion — Bruce Hornsby
  5. Dixie — Ken Burns
  6. I May Hate Myself In the Morning — Lee Ann Womack
  7. I’m No Angel — Dido
  8. Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier — Ken Burns
  9. Caledonia — Mary Black
  10. Angel From Montgomery — Bonnie Raitt (with Jackson Browne-Bruce Hornsby-Bryan Adams)
  11. Thats Just The Way It Is — Bruce Hornsby
  12. Weeping Sad And Lonely — Ken Burns
  13. Ten Thousand Angels — Lee Ann Womack
  14. Talking To My Angel — Melissa Etheridge
  15. Angel Band — Ken Burns
  16. Every Little Kiss — Bruce Hornsby
  17. Time Will Tell — Sara Hickman
  18. Shenandoah — Ken Burns
  19. I Hope You Dance — Lee Ann Womack
  20. When Johnny Comes Marching Home — Ken Burns
  21. Two People Fell In Love — Brad Paisley
  22. Something Worth Leaving Behind — Lee Ann Womack

Artwork is Saint No. 35, by Doc Hammer

You’ll find a couple of hints about the story C in this soundtrack. HOWEVER — it is about neither the War Between the States, nor angels. And as a data point, all the stuff credited to Ken Burns is in fact from the soundtrack for his brilliant documentary The Civil War. My Mac automatically filed Burns as Artist, and I didn’t feel like digging through the ephemera to locate the folks who actually wrote those pieces. Lazy of me, I know.

C is going well. Hawkspar is still a naked crawl across broken glass, but I’m much happier than I was a couple of days ago.

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About the author: Novelist, writing teacher, on a mission to reprint my out-of-print books and self-publish my new ones.

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