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Stuart S. Smith - Words In Passing FLAC album

Performer: Stuart S. Smith
Genre: Classical music
Title: Words In Passing
Released: 1986
Style: Contemporary
FLAC version ZIP size: 1725 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1238 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1166 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 396

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We created Passing Words because we wanted to create theatre that gives witness to lives that may otherwise have never been recognized. Based on interviews and first-hand personal experiences we collaborate to create a performance piece that will leave a legacy so these lives will not be forgotten. 3 February 2018 ·. Only four more shows left. Come and see what people are calling heartfelt, dramatic and fun and thought provoking. Get your tickets at ww. assingwords.

Stuart was educated at home by his mother and tutors until the age of twelve, when he left Laurel Hill to be educated by various teachers in Wytheville, Virginia, and at the home of his aunt Anne (Archibald's sister) and her husband Judge James Ewell Brown (Stuart's namesake) at Danville During the summer of 1848, Stuart attempted to enlist in the . Army, but was rejected as underaged.

Stuart reimagined Johnny Cash‘s obscure Big Foot (the only cover on Badlands) to indict the Seventh Cavalry’s attack on the Lakota at Wounded Knee in 1890, but in Broken Promised Land - with its phantasmagorical instrumental prelude - he unleashes his own venom at President Bill Clinton, a modern great white father, who arrived in Pine Ridge in 1999 with retreaded solutions to. the reservation’s problems. Not long after Stuart’s first live show with the Man in Black, the band played a benefit at Pine Ridge. That’s when I fell in love with the Lakota people, says Stuart. I don’t even have words to describe the toll it took. I became obsessed with trying to help out. I became obsessed with finding out all I could about the reservation, about the poverty, about the government, about everything about the entire situation.


A1 Return And Recall 9:22
A2 In Bingham 3:00
A3 Aussie Blue 3:00
B1 Notebook 8:50
B2 By Language Embellished: I 6:10

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