Moira Kerr - Shadows Of My Childhood album
Childhood's End (subtitled Lost & Found from the Age of Aquarius) is a compilation album of cover songs by Norwegian experimental collective Ulver. Produced by Ulver, the album was recorded live in Crystal Canyon Studios, Oslo, over two sessions, in autumn 2008 and summer 2011, and issued in May, 2012 on Jester Records under exclusive license to Kscope
Shadows of My Childhood Moira Kerr. Beltona Sword Series SBE 118 (LP, UK, 1971). Moira Kerr, vocals, guitars; Alan Park, electric organ, piano; Jerry Hamer, acoustic guitar; John Kilmartin, acoustic guitar; Ray Jones, bass; Rudi Celerio, drums. Side 1. Side 2. California Dreamin'. Shadows of My Childhood.
A1 California Dreamin' A2 Shadows Of My Childhood A3 Tiree Love Lilt A4 Who Knows Where The Time Goes A5 The Curragh Of Killdare A6 Someday Soon B1 Someday Counts On Me B2 Little Tin Soldier B3 Thyme B4 The Streets Of London B5 Groves Of Rowallen B6 Sally Free And. Easy.
Childhood & Early Life. M. Shadows was born as Matthew Charles Sanders on July 31, 1981, in Huntington Beach in California, to Kim Sanders and Gary Sanders. Shadows was featured on the Steel Panther album ‘Feel the Steel’, and also produced The Confession's album, ‘Requiem’ in 2007. Shadows lent vocals to the song ‘The River’ by Good Charlotte along with band member Synyster Gates.
In SHADOWS OF A CHILDHOOD: A NOVEL OF WAR AND FRIENDSHIP, Elisabeth Gille fictionalizes her own childhood as a virtual orphan after her mother was deported to Auschwitz when Gille was five. In this story the girl, Lea, is left at a Catholic girl’s school in Bordeaux, and her original Jewish identity is kept a secret. One of the sisters feels a special sympathy for her, and looks after Lea, in spite of Lea’s violent and unstable temper. Lea also makes a friend in Benedicte, a girl two years older who looks after her as well
Childhood Shadows by RoseAnn V. Shawiak. Twisted and gnarled beyond recognition a childhood sits faded. No laughter joy or colorful sights just a childhood shadow a memory of constant abuse. No laughter, joy, or colorful sights, just a childhood shadow - a memory of constant abuse. Blackened now from fires of amnesia, rusted from the salted water of the ocean's bottom. Shifting sands at last uncovering their hidden faces, washing over and over their forgotten meanings. While encountering the salty rinsing of freshly made wounds of the past's doing, hurting and burning now the heart of a once little child. Walking away from delayed sadness, the buried anger, no chance of survival having been betrayed and abandoned. Topic(s) of this poem: poem.
Childhood Shadows: The Hidden Story of the Black Dahlia Murder.
|A2||Shadows Of My Childhood|
|A3||Tiree Love Lilt|
|A4||Who Knows Where The Time Goes|
|A5||The Curragh Of Killdare|
|B1||Someday Counts On Me|
|B2||Little Tin Soldier|
|B4||The Streets Of London|
|B5||Groves Of Rowallen|
|B6||Sally Free And Easy|
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