Since lots of other bloggers are doing it, and I'm just DYING to fit in... er...
Anyway, this is what I'm listening to while I write up installation procedures for tomorrow's test deployment.
J D Crowe
It's been ten long years since I left my home
In the hollow where I was born
Where the cool fall nights make the wood smoke rise
And the foxhunter blows his horn
I fell in love with a girl from the town
I thought that she would be true
I ran away to Charlottesville
And worked in a sawmill or two
What have they done to the old home place
Why did they tear it down
And why did I leave the plow in the field
And look for a job in the town
Well my girl she ran off with somebody else
The taverns took all my pay
And here I stand where the old home stood
Before they took it away
Now the geese they fly south and the cold wind blows
As I stand here and hang my head
I've lost my love I've lost my home
And now I wish that I was dead
I was listening to the Dixie Bee-liners earlier. They may be my favorite "new" bluegrass band.
Of course my "weekend coding session" playlist also contains some Bill Monroe, Jimmy Martin, Ricky Skaggs, Osborne Brothers, Sam Bush, Tim O'Brien, Tony Rice, Seldom Scene, Flatt & Scruggs, David Grisman, Hazel Dickens, Mark Newton, Lynn Morris, Mac Wiseman, Dale Ann Bradley, Rhonda Vincent and Del McCoury, Doc Watson, Ralph Stanley, Nickel Creek, Country Gentlemen, Tony Trishka, Bela Fleck, IIIrd Time Out, Jim and Jesse, Allison Krauss, Clair Lynch, Old and in the Way... and I'm sure there are more.