Songs to Grandpa by David Koresh - Side B
Front of cover: 'Songs to Grandpa by David Koresh' with three photos; back of cover: lists song titles for each side.
|dc.description||44.100 kHz sample rate; 128 kpbs bit rate|
|dc.description||Released on GMC Records, 1996, Gladewater, Texas; "For additional tapes write to: Mt. Carmel Survival Fund"; original on cassette tape.|
|dc.description.abstract||Side A of "Songs to Grandpa by David Koresh" containing the following tracks: By the Rivers of Babylon; From the Rising of the Son; Three Angels' Message; The Lonely Man rose; I Met a Man the Other Day.|
|dc.format.medium||MPEG audio file||en_US|
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|dc.title||Songs to Grandpa by David Koresh - Side B||en_US|
|dc.title||Front of cover: 'Songs to Grandpa by David Koresh' with three photos; back of cover: lists song titles for each side.||en_US|
|txstate.source.location||Southwestern Writers Collection||en_US|
|txstate.source.location||Dick J. Reavis Papers||en_US|
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Ashes of Waco
Selections from journalist Dick Reavis’ research into the raid, siege and burning of the Branch Davidians’ Mount Carmel Center near Waco, Texas by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) and the FBI, as well as background on the Branch Davidian religious sect who lived there.