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The Rhythm of My Soul: Kentucky Roots Music (2006)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 29 April 2006 (USA)
A testament and demonstration of the many aspects of country music - Country, Gospel, Bluegrass, Mountain in the place where more country stars have been born and raised as any place in America.

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John Harrod ...
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Sarah Howard ...
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Connie Hunt ...
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Judy Jennings ...
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Warren May ...
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Buddy Ratcliff ...
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Lee Sexton ...
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Pete Stamper ...
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Jesse Wells ...
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Ray Wilson ...
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A testament and demonstration of the many aspects of country music - Country, Gospel, Bluegrass, Mountain in the place where more country stars have been born and raised as any place in America.

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Featuring some true national treasures playing and demonstrating including: 77 year old Mountain banjo picker Lee Sexton, 80 year old fiddle maker Buddy Ratcliff who played with Merle Travis, The Tri-City Messengers, a Gospel group made up of retired black coal miners, The Carriere Family with 10 and 12 year old fiddle players Josh and Stacie, Rob McNurlin and The Beatnik Cowboys, Bottomline, fiddler John Harrod, mandolin picker Don Rigsby, fiddler Jesse Wells, dulcimer maker Warren May, and others. See more »

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Soul of Constant Sorrow
Traditional
Performed by Patty Loveless
Sony Music
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