The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down


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  1. Garn

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    Aug 13,  · “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” is a character song through and through, and we know this from its opening line: “Virgil Caine is the name.” (I’ve always found that name to .
  2. Sakinos

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    Sep 22,  · The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down was recorded by the Band in and released on their second self-titled album. The song, written by Robbie Robertson, talks about the last days of The Civil.
  3. Samur

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    Pat from Vienna, Austria I am alone in my worry. the night they drove old dixie down is an extraordinary song and one i love but as i understand it it is sympathetic to the south which is by its existence within the the civil war a racist stance. i know it was somewhat confused but to glorify people supporting slavery and so a racist stance seems to me to say the least problematic. i maybe wrong .
  4. Daikazahn

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    We were hungry, just barely alive. By May the 10th, Richmond had fell. It's a time I remember, oh so well. The night they drove old Dixie down. And the bells were ringing. The night they drove old Dixie down. And the people were singing. They went, "Na, na, la, na, na, la".
  5. Nakasa

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    Apr 25,  · For me the song that best symbolizes that chapter in music history is The Band’s The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down from their second album released in , The Band. The song is a result of Robbie Robertson’s research of the American Civil War. Levon Helm recalls: “Robbie and I worked on the song up in Woodstock.
  6. Faut

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    “The night they drove old dixie down” isn’t a racist song” And “This land is your land” isn’t a communist song though it was written by one. But I think it would make a great national anthem. Singing any national anthem in public is in fact the gold standard of Virtue signaling.
  7. Nak

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    Jun 28,  · Save. “The night they drove old Dixie down. And all the people were singing”. —The Band, Who would have thought that the symbols of “old Dixie” that had survived for a .
  8. Zulkicage

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    Aug 06,  · Growing up in Troy, Alabama, a small city about two hours south of Birmingham, where he currently lives, James often heard “The Night They .
  9. Togal

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    Nov 01,  · “The Night They Drove OId Dixie Down,” from the group’s second album, became one of their best-known numbers as well as a classic story song, even though it Author: Rick Moore.

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