the hills around it lie
easternmost west-flowing river
in a small cardboard box
Music and poem © Judith Kerman
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All I want’s
Hee hee ho ho
Here are the lyrics (where known) to the tracks from the bonus CD included with Written On Water: Writings About the Allegheny River
Texts for items with asterisks (*) are included in the book already.
1. “Easternmost West-Flowing River” poem and music written and performed by Judith Kerman.
2. “Old Man Beaver’s Blessing Song” written and performed by Jerome Rothenberg.
3. “He’s Here” poem and music written and performed by Jim Kacian. *
4. “As Long as the Grass Shall Grow” written and performed by Peter LaFarge.
5. “You Cannot Step Twice into the Same Stream” written and performed by Francine Sterle. *
6. “Hand in Hand”—Seneca Dance Songs, performed by the Allegany Valley Singers.
7. “Breaking Up Ice in the Allegheny” performed by Mike Seeger. (We have no lyrics for this song. If you know them, please get in touch)
8. “Conewango Time” written and performed by R. Virgil Ellis. *
9. “The Invention of Pittsburgh” written and performed by Maggie Anderson. *
10. “A Place
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About “Written on Water”
Note: this book includes a bonus CD!
The Allegheny River is the easternmost west flowing river in the United States and was a major thoroughfare for early settlers. This anthology looks at the Allegheny historically, and as both a recreation area and a spiritual area today. The poems and prose pieces detail the full flow of the river, beginning near Port Allegany, PA; crossing the state line into New York; dropping back into Pennsylvania through small towns and forests; and merging with the Monongahela at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River.
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