Man Of Constant Sorrow – Song Of The Day

Man Of Constant SorrowAn old American folk song mostly known these days from the 2000 Coen Brothers movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?, “Man Of Constant Sorrow” was first recorded by Dick Burnett back in 1913 or thereabouts. Since then, it’s been covered by many including Bob Dylan, Emry Arthur, even Rod Stewart. It’s just a great song.

I leave you with The Soggy Bottom Boys‘ cinematic rendition:

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