A Court in Germany ordered that access to certain items in the Project Gutenberg collection are blocked from Germany. Project Gutenberg believes the Court has no jurisdiction over the matter, but until the issue is resolved, it will comply. For more information about the German court case, and the reason for blocking all of Germany rather than single items, visit PGLAF's information page about the German lawsuit. All IP addresses in Germany are blocked. This block will remain in place until legal guidance changes. The Magician's Horse.
Andrew Lang. Two Fragments of Ghost Stories. Elizabeth Gaskell. Clement Moore. O Christmas Three. Charles Dickens.
Top Hat. But I don't care where the water goes if it doesn't get into the wine. Active since , Brown has recorded a total of thirteen studio albums, and has charted more than twenty singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. Save This Event Log in or sign up for Eventbrite to save events you're interested in. On Bandcamp Radio. The Enchanted Deer. Moody Classics Complete Set.
Oscar Wilde - Stories for Children. Cyrano De Bergerac.
Jerome K. A Boy That Visited Fairyland. William Elliot Griffis. Impressions of America. The Landlord. Henry David Thoreau. William Harrison Ainsworth. Christopher Morley. Michael Robartes and the Dancer.
Tritill, Litill, And The Birds. Grimm Brothers. Thomas Hughes. John Hassall. The City on Mallington Moor.
Lord Dunsany. The Enchanted Deer. The Princess With Twenty Petticoats. Jerome K Jerome - Clocks. Jerome K Jerome. Old Times At Otterbourne. Charlotte M. The Phantom Vessel. Norman Hinsdale Pitman. The Book Of Deuteronomy.
James Hastings. The Great Return. Arthur Machen.
The Bowery and Bohemia. H C Bunner. The Garden Of Paradise. Hans Andersen. The White Slipper. The Bell. The Sister of the Sun. A Fragment of Stained Glass. David Herbert Lawrence. The Kith of the Elf-Folk. Lavengro [Christmas Summary Classics].
George Borrow. Wilfrid Wilson Gibson. A Moral Alphabet.
The Gifts Of The Magician. The Flying Trunk.
privmortphawed.tk The Master Thief. Isabel Adams. A Shop in Go-By Street. A Phenomenal Fauna. Carolyn Wells. The Brown Bear Of Norway. The Bird Of Truth. Poems Part II. Edward Thomas. Herman Melville. The rest is just filler. For collectors and the infinitely curious only. Water into Wine Band have been connected to the so-called hippy 'Jesus Movement' of the Woodstock era.
Overtly Christian themes lyrics like "this box of wood I'm playing 'though I call it my guitar, will not come with me when I'm gone" and "I've done my share of sinning lord, yeah I've laughed and though of you - but now I'm ready for You" bear testament to that pun partially intended. But if you can get past the sometimes overbearing self-flagellation, this is a pretty decent folk album with some very creative variations despite being a mostly acoustic and mellow recording. The band apparently first recorded these tracks in England for a UK release, but following the band members' graduations from Cambridge they undertook a brief tour of the U.
My Radioactive reissue is a bit of a disappointment since there are virtually no liner notes save for album credits printed in an unreadable 4 or 5 point font. I haven't managed to find a copy of that one yet. The opening track "Stranger in the World" sounds like a St Peter-inspired 'just waiting for the rapture' tune that features mostly acoustic guitar and a little bit of violin. Not an auspicious beginning, but things do pick up after this one. This track also has some outstanding a haunting violin work.
The title track is set to bongos and piano in an easy lumber with almost whispered vocals that I can't really be bothered to try and make sense of.
The piano makes this one work despite the garbled vocals, and the bongos set the context squarely in the early seventies.