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Man On A Pilgrimage - Butch Hancock - Firewater (Seeks Its Own Level) (Cassette, Album)


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  1. "He [Jack] capered toward Bill, and the mask was a thing on its own, behind which Jack hid, liberated from shame and self-consciousness," (64) This is a quote that shows how the face paint and masks made it easier for not only Jack but all the boys to abandon their morals.
  2. Conquest, John John Conquest Papers, The Conquest papers offer manuscripts including awards and correspondence, photographs, oversized material like music event posters, artifacts from the Austin music scene of the era, and a wide variety of recordings in many audio media, especially in demos and on Texas labels.
  3. I brought along, but left in the car, my Flatlanders "One Road More" album and my Butch Hancock "Firewater seeks its own level" album recorded live at Bob Rosenbaum's Alamo Lounge in Austin and autographed "To Peter and Evelyn. Love, Butch. Bob told me to say that.".
  4. Station 11 was the first fire station that ran with a 2 platoon work system consisting of 72/92 hour workweek. Station 1 is the FAO (Fire Alarm Office) dispatch system.
  5. May 11,  · Several of Hancock’s best songs (including the aforementioned “Bluebird” and “Firewater”) are included on Own & Own, a two-CD set issued by Sugar Hill in and culled from the seven albums Hancock released on his own Rainlight Records label between and (None of those original albums have been issued on CD, but cassette.
  6. Duck Tape Studio, Decatur, AL - Butch Hancock (Butch Hancock [vcl/gt/ harmonica. Percussion]. Producer: Bucth Hancock) DRY LAND FARM Rainlight RLT Demon CD Sugar Hill SH-CD WHERE THE WEST WIND WAS BLOWED Rainlight RLT YOU'VE NEVER SEEN ME CRY Rainlight RLT I WISH I WAS ONLY WORKING Rainlight RLT
  7. Butch delights in wordplay for its own sake -- "West Texas Waltz" contains some of the most surreal rhymes you will ever hear, and "Firewater (Seeks Its Own Level)" and "Like a Kiss on the Mouth" are right there, too. "If You Were a Bluebird" (title song for an Emmy-Lou Harris album) is lovely/5(3).
  8. May 06,  · I read a book about ten years ago that someone recommended to me. It was written by a woman who had a near death of experience and a vision of hell. I can remember something like people being separated in their own little jail cells, and a fire torch would torment them from outside the bars. This man had his own vision which differs.

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