Something Wonderful:Alison Krauss - Down To The River To Pray

4th sentence from the end should say: "....put great physical *distance* between yourselves and them."

Posted by ghostsniper at June 29, 2015 7:30 AM

"... wisdom is love and knowledge combined."


Posted by cond0011 at June 29, 2015 8:38 AM

ghost, not everybody is a lone wolf. Many see the advantages of groups like churches, fraternal organizations, social gatherings.

Not everyone else are jerks. Some folks are smarter than me, stronger, can bring to the group positive things not the least of which would be resources, skills, experience, so forth.
Of course I have much to offer as well; positive contributions are a good thing.
Alone or in a group, we're all in this together.


Posted by chasmatic at June 29, 2015 10:51 PM

Hard to believe her hair was ever that short.

I learned this one from her recording and sang it in church.

Get in the river and then let the sun dry you.

Posted by Paul A'Barge at June 30, 2015 8:11 AM

Rare and well done, chas.
Let us all behave in ways we'd admire if we noticed it in others.

Posted by Howard Nelson at June 30, 2015 3:31 PM

You should post more like this.

"Be joyful, we are the Easter people!"

Posted by anon at July 1, 2015 6:22 AM

After a hard drive through late spring snows, I found myself with a few days to spend in Deadwood, SD. Not exactly tourist season, I had my run of the town. Got myself a good cigar, and wandered the boards where Holiday and Hikcock might have strode, and found a small, warm bar to pass the time. The bar TV had some country music video playing. Shook off the snow, and settled on a stool and ordered a drink. Then the voice of an Angel came from the speakers. Soothing. Loving. Made me feel less alone away from my family. Turned, and looked at the screen. Alison Krauss and Union Station signing "Now That I've Found You." Hooked since then.

Posted by Larry Anderson at July 4, 2015 6:44 PM