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"My Better Years" (studio recording from "Long Time... Seldom Scene")

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"Long Time... Seldom Scene" available here: http://goo.gl/7eFnSf

Bluegrass legends The Seldom Scene record the wistful
Hazel Dickens' song "My Better Years" for the
Smithsonian Folkways album Long Time... Seldom Scene.

Dudley Connell, guitar and lead vocal
Ben Eldridge, banjo
Lou Reid, mandolin and vocal
Ronnie Simpkins, bass
Fred Travers, slide guitar and vocal
Rickie Simpkins, special guest, fiddle

Videography by Charles Weber
Editing by Charles Weber

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