Written by Roy Buchanan (the world's greatest unknown guitarist; not my words)and covered by Gary Moore, the guitar work by Gary Moore (formerly of Thin Lizzy)is amazing and can be seen on one of the Gary Moore DVD compilations at Montreaux.
Written by Stephen Foster, it is given a wonderful treatment by Roy. If I was asked what song I would like to have played at my funeral this version of this song would be it. Not to be morbid, but this song is as beautiful (and peaceful)as its title and
was overlooked when a recent Stephen Foster tribute album was made a few years ago.
Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin played on 3 tracks of Joe Cocker's 1st album. This is an old song which has been slowed down and Page's guitar work is really decent on this track. Cocker's voice (he was touted as the best blues singer in UK at that time by Eric Clapton)is pristine. Also check out "Sandpaper Cadillac" and "Do I Still Figure in Your Life" as well!