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JOHNNY CASH FROM SEA TO SHINING SEA, 1968, Columbia

My grandfather’s name was Henry Burkett Powell, called Burkett by his wife of 62 years, Elizabeth but Pete by those who loved him, of whom I was most certainly one. He grew up in Cottonport, in Meigs Country, Tennessee, on the banks of the Hiwassee River. He was an orphan who led a timid and lonely life as a child, but was always possessed of a keen intelligence and an even keener natural curiosity...

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B.R. COHN ROADSTER RED ZINFANDEL

With the 4th of July around the corner we here at VINE-YL felt that a distinctly American-themed post was in order. So I put aside my normally eurocentric wine tendencies and chose what some could say is the most American wine ever. It's a lovely little California red that should pair well with all those burgers and hot dogs being grilled up this Saturday...

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