Will Of The Wind - Birch Book - Vol. III - A Hand Full Of Days (CDr)

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  1. Third in the Birch Book series, 'A Hand Full of Days' represents the culmination of a bizarre journey through 'That High Lonesome Path'. This is the so called "Standard Letterpress Edition", comes in embossed gatefold card sleeve with additional 16 paged booklet on recycled paper/5(25).
  2. Third in the Birch Book series, 'A Hand Full of Days' represents the culmination of a bizarre journey through 'That High Lonesome Path'. This special edition comes with the same jackets as the standard edition, except that B'ee has signed and numbered it to copies.5/5(5).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Birch Book - Vol. III - A Hand Full Of Days at Discogs. Complete your Birch Book collection/5(56).
  4. Third in the Birch Book series, 'A Hand Full of Days' represents the culmination of a bizarre journey through 'That High Lonesome Path'. This is the so called "Hand Embroidered Hardbound Edition", comes with Indian marbled paper, 16 paged booklet and stamped tea dyed muslin cloth bag, signed by B'ee. Limited edition of 50 copies.5/5(3).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Hand Full of Days, Vol. III - Birch Book on AllMusic Will of the Wind. Lincoln Lysager. Birch Book. Amazon: Birch .
  6. A Hand Full of Days (Vollume III) by Birch Book, released 11 December 1. Birch Leaves 2. Feet of Clay 3. Empty Corner of the Page 4. Left Hand 5. Patchwork Woman 6. Stray Summer Song 7. Hatched in Stone 8. Sad Song 9. Nothing More White Angel Right Hand Life's Lace Will of the Wind Birch Leaves II.
  7. Will of the Wind Lyrics: For the will of the wind is my own / And across this great land I've been rambling / I can't tell you my friend when I'll see you again / For the setting of the sun / I'll.
  8. Birch Book The enigmatic B’eirth is best known as the frontman for the psychedelic folk outfit In Gowan Ring. However, with his Birch Book project, he has moved away from the psychedelics and instead, opted for a simpler, more straightforward folk sound. The result, however, is still some pretty haunting — and haunted — music, thanks to B’eirth’s deft guitar-work and dreamy Nick.