Harvey Taylor | A Planet Where Flowers Bloom, and Bombs Fall

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A Planet Where Flowers Bloom, and Bombs Fall

by Harvey Taylor

'Diverse,' in a word: 'World', roots, jazz, electronic, r&b, you name it musical settings for spoken word explorations ranging from somber meditations on current events/history, to lighthearted expressions of delight in nature.
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. The Dove of Peace
1:59 album only
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2. The Empire Throws Another Temper Tantrum
2:10 album only
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3. Looking Through My Father's Eyes
3:31 album only
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4. How Happy They Must Be
4:03 album only
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5. Stepping Closer, and Closer
2:26 album only
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6. Ground Zero
4:40 album only
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7. For A Few Minutes Today
4:03 album only
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8. Words of Wisdom
1:54 album only
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9. Welcome To My Dream
3:10 album only
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10. Cover-Up
4:05 album only
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11. A Place You Care About
3:37 album only
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12. Bombs Fall On Baghdad
2:11 album only
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13. A War Crime Beyond Comprehension
3:12 album only
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14. In The Middle Of This Nightmare
3:50 album only
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15. A Sequence Of Words
3:02 album only
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16. Detained At The Border
3:12 album only
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17. I Just Got Here From The Moon
2:10 album only
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18. One Small World
1:58 album only
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19. We've Been Adbucted By Aliens
4:31 album only
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20. I'm Uncle Sam
3:12 album only
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21. Sunshine & Rain
3:38 album only
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22. The 'President' Holds Another 'Press Conference'
1:11 album only
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23. This Just In
1:46 album only
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24. Headline
1:28 album only
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25. Paul Revere Rides Again
4:21 album only
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26. (1st Track on 2nd CD)-My Father's Flag
3:32 album only
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27. Butterfly-Blessing
2:34 album only
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28. Setting A Good Example
1:46 album only
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29. You Can Believe Everything I Say
3:23 album only
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30. A Story For Scheherazade
3:40 album only
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31. Clean-Up Time
4:20 album only
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32. Flora Galora
7:03 album only
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33. Scarlet, Yellow, Brown
2:53 album only
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34. Time Out Of Mind
1:38 album only
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35. Humanity Hanging On A Cross Of Iron
4:54 album only
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36. My Father Was A Sailor
2:58 album only
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37. Boot Camp
2:34 album only
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38. Listening To The Moon
2:41 album only
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39. O, Little Town
0:50 album only
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40. Peace
1:57 album only
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41. Broke & Hungry
3:13 album only
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42. A Different World
2:31 album only
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43. Obsession
1:53 album only
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44. A Planet Where Flowers Bloom, and Bombs Fall
1:30 album only
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45. We Dreamers Gather
3:42 album only
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46. The Healing Song
3:03 album only
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47. Books Of Peace
2:25 album only
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48. Listening To The Crickets' Song
6:01 album only
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49. delete
2:24 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This double-CD incorporates several remixes from 'Crossing The Bridge,' a duo project with Mike Link (also available on CD Baby), along with new original music, remixes of recordings from several Milwaukee-area bands, (and nationally-known Paul Cebar & The Milwaukeeans), and contributions from many musicians, with Harvey Taylor's spoken words (poems, song lyrics) included in all but one of the 48 tracks (an instrumental called 'A Story For Scheherazade,' featuring Taylor's trumpet, which appears in many other tracks, as well).

The CDs are a follow-up to a book of the same title, with many of those poems, stories, and song lyrics enhanced with a highly-eclectic range of styles...the whole thing can be summarized as a modern version of 'War and Peace.'

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carlo

war sucks!!!
This is not bad poetry and great anti-Bush views.
This is a must for every anti-war protesters to listen.
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Sun-Optikos Publications

This is the spoken-word album of the year (2004)!
This is the spoken-word album of the year (2004)! The poems in this album are timely, yet timeless, while the music brings out the deeper meaning of each spoken word.
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