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Can I Get A Wet Nurse - Laura Love - Welcome To Pagan Place (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Can I Get A Wet Nurse - Laura Love - Welcome To Pagan Place (CD, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Laura Love - Welcome To Pagan Place at Discogs. Complete your Laura Love collection.
  2. There is no doubt that Laura Love is a smokin' bass player and a talented musician. Her records have always been mixed bags though. Welcome to Pagan Place may be her most consistent and successful recording to date, with a seamless weaving of folk, pop, jazz, a tad of rock and blues, and some shimmering reggae here and there.8/
  3. The first "single" off the album is her controversial anti-war song "I Want You Gone", a song which many supporters of George Bush might take exception to but which I found to be very passionate and straight-forward. She does not mince words with this song. "Can I Get A Wet Nurse" is about how her life has changed since she became a foster mother.5/5(6).
  4. Santa Rosa --Can't nobody --Trickle down --(Welcome to) Pagan Place --I want you gone --Starkweather --Can I get a wet nurse --Little black beetle --Happy little song --Fly like an eagle ; Come together --Talk about sufferin' Other Titles: Santa Rosa. Cain't nobody. I want you gone. Starkweather. Can I get a wet nurse. Little black beetle.
  5. Welcome To Pagan Place, an album by Laura Love on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. The first "single" off the album is her controversial anti-war song "I Want You Gone", a song which many supporters of George Bush might take exception to but which I found to be very passionate and straight-forward. She does not mince words with this song. "Can I Get A Wet Nurse" is about how her life has changed since she became a foster mother.
  7. Her album Welcome to Pagan Place included the controversial [citation needed] song "I Want You Gone", about George W. Bush. In she published an autobiography, You Ain't Got No Easter Clothes, with an accompanying album of the same name. Discography. Z Therapy () Pangaea () Helvetica Bold () The Laura Love Collection ().
  8. Laura Love: Welcome To Pagan Place (Album) 3 versions: Koch Records: KOC-CD US: Sell This Version: 3 versions: OB/OJM Laura Love & Orville Johnson: Laura Love & Orville Johnson - The Sweeter The Juice ‎ (CD Laura Love: CD Sampler.
  9. Love released Welcome to Pagan Place in and followed it up the next year with You Ain't Got No Easter Clothes, conceived as a companion to her memoir. She decided to publish the book, she told the Seattle Times, because "I wanted to put a name and a face to what [some politicians] call welfare queens, the dregs of society, the drain on our.

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