Ozarks: Full Circle

Ozarks

The Ozarks have long been an isolated part of the country. Steep mountains break up the landscape into hills and hollows, making each little town into its own microcosm. Here, families have stayed in the same hollows for generations with little influence from the outside world, which means that their daily life is steeped in the past. In this episode, SOTRU goes deep into the lives of people who live with the ghosts of their past.

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Episode Music

ArtistTrack
Andrew BirdLull
Andrew BirdMake Hay
Andrew BirdSection 8 City
Andrew BirdSwedish Folk Tune
Andrew BirdYou Woke Me Up
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannArt’s Rag
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannBilly in the Low Ground
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannDixie Blossoms
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannDown Home Waltz
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannI’ve Got No Use for the Women
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannOzark Moon Waltz
Art Galbraith and Gordon McCannWhiskey Before Breakfast
MozartRequiem
RatatatBreaking Away
Red Heart the TickerBraes of Yarrow (Instrumental)
Red Heart the TickerMother’s in the Graveyard (Instrumental)
Tyler GibbonsOld Journey
  • S.A.G. 415

    Replace the word hollow with holler, and you’ve got my experience in the trailer park out on F Highway and in Springfield (“the big city”) for 3 years. I have a love/hate relationship with SW MO. I worked cleaning hotel rooms on Hwy 76 in Branson. I still think about the ladies I worked with. As far as MO DOC, Missouri is still locking up people for marijuana possession. Cindy describes the Ozarks rather accurately. I have walked a mile and a half in Cindy’s shoes.

  • S.A.G. 415

    Silver Dollar City AKA Steal Your Dollar Holler!