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Warren Haynes - Coal Tattoo (Ashes & Dust)



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About: Warren Haynes - Coal Tattoo (Ashes & Dust)


Is this country? Usually, I can't stand modern country music, but this is real music!
Sung Carolina style :-} !! Super old tune covered by others but this version has to be the best i've heard. Bravo!
anyone knows which pedals, amp, guitar is used there ?
sing with the angel band
Godspeed Andy
Andy Goessling I'm glad I saw the last tour through Portland Or. Now he returns to Mother Earth, and she is hurting.
Livin' hard in the tunnels
The first time I heard this song was at place in Waretown NJ called Albert Hall. https://www.alberthall.org/index.html

I've heard a lot of other people play it over the years, but Hayes, and Railroad Earths is the best one. Warren can play anything! Using the electric guitar gives a new meaning to bluegrass!
This band really plays well together. The whole is more than the sum of the parts.
The man can do no wrong!
Reminds me of David Lindley on his odd lapsteel.
Hey warren I'm so envious of your skills man you sound great and your lyrics are the shiznit
Great song. Just saw Warren last week . AMAZING concert!! Go see him if you get the chance.
I heard this on Outlaw Country (XM radio) a couple of days ago for the first time. I had to look it up on YT. It's killer. Thanks for posting.
Beautiful and haunting. Great vibe.
beautiful song
lovely song
Great job
Obviously biased as I am from West Virginia but this song rocks
Billy Edd says this is now his favorite cover version of "Coal Tattoo"...!


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Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.