Track 11 of "Ways that Are Dark" CD
March Of The Leviathan

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Lyrics:
Instrumental


Notes:
From the chapter, "A Bear Hunt in the Smokies." Kephart hears "away down in the rear . . . the snort of a locomotive, one of those cogged wheeled affairs that are especially built for mountain climbing. . . it was despoiling the Tennessee forest. Slowly, but inexorably, a leviathan was crawling into the wilderness and was soon to consume it. All this, I apostrophized, shall be swept away, tree and plant, beast and fish. Fire will blacken the earth; flood will swallow and spew forth the soil. . . soot will arise, and foul gases; the streams will run murky death. Let me not see it!"


The Musicians:
Guitar: Milton Gore
Banjo: Craig Smith
Mandolin: Tony Williamson
Fiddle: Don Lewis
String Bass: Robbie Link