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Recorded over a span of five years at bassist/producer Brad Woods Seagrass Studio, Cranky Georges debut full-length album Fat Lot of Good tips music from the bucket that dredges the confluence of the Danube, the Shannon and the Missouri.
Are we true Rain People, like the Ketchikanians, or just wannabes who grow cranky not when it stops raining, but when it keeps raining?
Asked again if she likes being on TV, Alanna responds with a cranky, "No
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Written in the conversational yet cranky voice of a fictional professor, this portable (5.
Gavin realised his passion for art and stories while in prison, and his story of Cranky the Crocodile gives a north Australian take on the theme of 'are you my mother?
Everly does a fully voiced reading of Peck's latest tale and its wide range of characters, from cranky Civil War veterans to town dignitaries and small children.
Thoroughly "user friendly", The Calm Baby Cookbook will prove a simple godsend for parents driven to distraction by a cranky, screaming, crying, distressed newborn during those critically important first few months of life.
Given all the bad news that science has delivered about brain cells withering and memory waning as the years mount, older people have a right to be cranky.
Throughout, Kirstein remains patrician, cranky, and intoxicatingly judgmental.
Titles such as "Trumpets," "Echo," "Mist," "Stubborn and Cranky," "El Gallo Pinto" and "Galloping on the Ranch," are found in the first half of the collection.