Cold Blue Steel

Author: Sarah Cortez
Editor: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1937875156
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Cold Blue Steel contains fifty lyric poems set in the world of the urban street cop in Houston, the nation’s fourth largest metropolis. In the patrol car, at scenes of suicides and DOAs, in the overtime reality of aching feet and sweating torsos, the reader experiences the hard realities and unexpected luminosities of doing America’s most dangerous job.

Catalog Of Copyright Entries

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The Poets And Poetry Of Europe

Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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The Poets And Poetry Of Europe With Introductions And Biographical Notices By H W Longfellow Assisted By C C Felton

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Blue Truth

Author: Cherokee Paul McDonald
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1475946473
File Size: 36,81 MB
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This is a brutally honest, no-holds-barred memoir of a cop’s time on the street. it is a “scorching, devastating book” (Lawrence Block). Told in short story format, it chronicles a young man’s journey from idealistic rookie to scarred, cynical veteran.

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Smith Barrow S Monthly Magazine

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Beadle S Monthly

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The Cornhill Magazine Vol Viii July To December 1863

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Canadiana

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Working Farmer

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Florida Wildlife

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The Wee Rock Discography

Author: Martin Strong
Editor: Canongate Books Limited
ISBN: 9780862416218
File Size: 52,54 MB
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Based on Martin Strong's The Great Rock Discography, this is a compact version featuring 500 of the most influential figures in the history of popular music. It expands on the format of the previous title, in which full track listings for all albums, b-sides for all singles, labels, UK and US chart positions, band members, recommended listening, style analysis, band histories - from original line-ups to dissolution, solo projects, potted biographies, a pricing guide for rare albums and release dates are given.

Observations Made In Astronomy Magnetism And Meteorolgy

Author: Royal Greenwich Observatory
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Vols. for 1841-1914 include Rates of box and pocket chronometers on trial for purchase by the Board of Admiralty (varies slightly); 1888-1914 include Rates of chronometer watches on trial for purchase by the Board of Admiralty (varies slightly); 1838, 1845- include Reports of the Astronomer Royal to the Board of Visitors (these titles also issued separately).

Living Blues

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Year Book Trotting And Pacing

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Gramophone Popular Catalogue

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Joni Mitchell

Author: Joni Mitchell
Editor: New York : Crown Publishers
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Presents as poetry the texts of the original songs on each of the author's recordings, from her first album in 1968 to "Turbulent Indigo" in 1994

Kansas Quarterly

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Bridger

Author: Bobby Bridger
Editor: Brad and Michele Moore Roots Music Series
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Renowned for A Ballad of the West, his epic trilogy about the American West from the era of mountain man Jim Bridger to the closing of the frontier, Bobby Bridger has had a career in show business that spans the rockabilly-to-"Music City, USA" era in Nashville, the cosmic cowboy scene in Austin, the flowering of folk music, and even Broadway theater. His multifaceted talents have found expression in singing, acting, writing, painting, and sculpting. In this engrossing account of the personal and artistic journey that led him to create a new American art form, the epic ballad, Bridger touches on almost every major musical, entertainment, and cultural movement of the second half of the twentieth century, with a cast of characters that reads like a "Who's Who" of American popular culture. Bridger's story begins in a small town in northeast Louisiana, where he first experienced the twin attractions of painting and music. He recounts his early efforts to become a successful Nashville singer-songwriter and his growing awareness that the commercial music business would never support his evolving desire to become a historical balladeer. Bridger recalls how his interest in folk music and folk ballads fired his ambition to tell the story of the American West. He movingly describes how this dream eventually became A Ballad of the West, an epic trilogy about Jim Bridger, the Lakota Sioux, and Buffalo Bill that has taken form in an acclaimed cycle of songs, a one-man show, books, full-cast stage performances, and other media. Included in the book is a DVD that offers songs from A Ballad of the West and a sample from the forthcoming documentary Quest of an Epic Balladeer, based on Bobby Bridger's life and work.