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hmm, I can't find it.
anyone know who does that version of that old song about the rooster being killed (..."and send him on his way-o...way-o", etc.) that closes season 2 episode 4?

thanks in advance

by the way, the music link is disabled on the HBO site...

You have written: "9. No Other Sons and Daughters: Stars and Stripes Forever: Jerry Roll Morton"

That should be "Jelly Roll Morton"

Thanks, whoever that was caught the typo. Fixed.

season 2 episode 2. song during credits? who is it!

What is the name of the song played at the end of the Leviathan Smiles episode?

What is the name of the song played at the end of the Leviathan Smiles episode?

Does anyone know the nameof the song at the end of "A Constant Throb"?

What is the fife tune that is played at the end of "Amateur Night"? It's often in movies, I think it was in Gunga Din (?) but I can't turn up the right tune by googling.

What the hell is the cocksuckin' song played durin' the cocksuckin' credits of the cocksuckin' final cocksuckin' episode?!

I am losing my mind trying to track it down.

COCKSUCKER!

Season 2 SONGS
1. Not Dark Yet - Bob Dylan
2. Business You're Doin' - Lightnin' Hopkins
3. Skin And Bones - Ann Rabson
4. The Fox - Bill Staines (NOT Burl Ives)
5. ????(no idea, can't find this one)
6. Pretty Polly - Hilarie Burhans
7. A Prayer - Madeleine Peyroux
8. Rattlesnake - Spider John Koerner
9. Mama's Gonna Buy - Vera Ward Hall
10. Calling All Angels - Jane Siberry & k.d. lang
11. Hey Willy Boy - Townes Van Zandt
12. Stay A Little Longer - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys

Season 2 Epsiode 5 song is 'Life is Like that' - Big Bill Broonzy

season 1
1. Hog of the Forsaken - Michael Hurley
2. Creek Lullaby - Margaret
3. Twisted Little Man - Michael J. Sheehey
4. Fallen From Grace - Mark Lee Scott
5. God and Man - Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry
6. High Fever Blues - Bukka White
7. Old Friend - Lyle Lovett
8. Will The Cirlcle Be Unbroken - June Carter Cash
9. Stars and Stripes Forever - Jelly Roll Morton
10. Hog of the forsaken - michael hurley
11.Snake Baked A Hoecake - Mike Peggy Barbara and Penny Seeger and their Children
12.Farther Along - Mississippi John Hurt

Season 2 DONE
1. Not Dark Yet - Bob Dylan
2. Business You're Doin' - Lightnin' Hopkins
3. Skin And Bones - Ann Rabson
4. The Fox - Bill Staines
5. life is like that - big bill broonzy
6. Pretty Polly - Hilarie Burhans
7. A Prayer - Madeleine Peyroux
8. Rattlesnake - Spider John Koerner
9. Mama's Gonna Buy - Vera Ward Hall
10. Calling All Angels - Jane Siberry & k.d. lang
11. Hey Willy Boy - Townes Van Zandt
12. Stay A Little Longer - Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys

season 3
1. i got a razor - willie dixson
2. hole in the wall - brownie mcghee
3. walking the dog - hans theessink
4. mean mama blues - ramblin' jack elliott
5. i'm going home - bama stuart
6. daniel in the lions den - bessie jones
7. soul of a man - irma thomas
8. o death - Alan Lomax, Bessie Jones
9. Garry Owen - Unknown
10. dangerous mood - keb mo
11. mad mama blues - josie miles
12. oh mary dont you weep no more - bruce springsteen

Was the song played at the end credits "Garry Owen" from season 3, episode 9 the Martin Simpson acoustic version from the album "When I Was on Horseback" (searchable on iTunes)? I haven't watched the episode in a while, but this version seemed the most plausible of the ones I listened to on the site.

I just found this site; very helpful, thanks all. Something to add: the song at the end of Amateur Night (3.9) is "Did You Ever Meet Gary Owen, Uncle Joe?" by Bela Fleck, from Tony Trischka & Bela Fleck: Solo Banjo Works, Rounder Records, 1992. Great version, great use of it in the episode. Originally an Irish rebel tune, used by Custer's Seventh Cavalry as a march song. Oh, and... fuckin' HBO.

Hi.

This should be higher up the rankings.
I will add this to wikipedia, if you have ANY issues with me doing so, I'll be happy to remove.

Link shall be provided with the information ... if it's not already there!

M_M_M

What is the song that they play at Wild Bill's Funeral, and Jane Hum's it when she's helping Andy with his smallpox out in the woods? From "here was a man" episode. TIA

Who/What song is being played at the wedding of Alma Garret and Ellsworth in the second season finale?

Does anyone know what the music is that plays at the DVD title screen for season 2?

The song played and sung at Wild Bill's funeral, and hummed by Jane in the woods is the old hymn, "How Firm the Foundation." My 83 year old great-grandfather sang this hymn on his deathbed in 1938, just before he passed on.

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