Cloud of Dust, Cry of Death

by MORRICONEZ

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“It is the ghosts one misses most, the ghosts there, of the Rocky Mountains, that never go beyond the timber. I know them, they know me: we go well together.”
DH LAWRENCE.

Dedicated to Hector Clark and Eduardo Rojas Jr. (died May 12, 2011 Gila Bend, AZ), my “illegal” students who have taught me so much, to all who have suffered amid the lines that humans draw in the Sonoran dirt, and my son.

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released June 29, 2012

All songs written and produced by Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens at the Good Cowboy Studios.
Mastered by Colin Bricker at Mighty Fine Productions
Art/Design by Eric Adrian Lee


Live Drums – Corey Ryan
Drum Loops/Electronic Drums – Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens
Bass Guitar – Joe Sampson and Jason Iselin
Guitar – Jason Iselin
Trumpet – Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens
Vocals – Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens and Amy Apple Stevens
Loops/Synth – Jeffrey Wentworth Stevens and Sandoval Stevens
Flute – Robin Rozum Knight

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Track Name: Requiescant
It was one fine day on the border in May
Eduardo and Hector patrolled the railway
Bales of hope were smuggled with dope
But this steelway conflict would end in dismay

Thunderclouds of love at Gila Bend
Union Pacific rails divided these men
Union Pacific steel decided their end

Railways and borders take us away
Our families and brothers lives will pay
Train tracks were the line between life and death
But its the wall that confines and hinders our breath

Thunderclouds of love at Gila Bend
Union Pacific rails divided these men
Union Pacific steel decided their end

How many more lines
How many more lives
Eduardo and Hector fell for these crimes
Na na na na na na na na na.