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  1. Jan 23,  · Category Film & Animation; Song You Could Look It Up; Artist T Bone Burnett; Album The Talking Animals; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Legacy Recordings); ARESA, Spirit Music Publishing.
  2. You Could Look It Up Lyrics: She seemed to appear / A sultry baggage of about nineteen / She said her name was / Daisy buchanan and it might have been / Her eyes were limpid pools / Her mouth a.
  3. Sometimes T Bone is too smart for his own good; other times he tries to make a straight rock album and you get the sense he's just slumming. "The Talking Animals" doesn't quite gel, even though "The Killer Moon," co-written by his (then) six-year-old daughter, ranks up there as a Burnett classic/5(3).
  4. Burnett T-Bone Talking Animals The Wild Truth you never said it was a bed of roses but you never said it was a bed of nails you never told me 'bout the rubber hoses or how unsteady were the justice scales i need the wild truth on the street there are a .
  5. US cassette release of T Bone Burnett* - The Talking tygojaskazizilzushura.xyzinfote has "MADE IN USA" stamped on face of side 1 of the tape. Recorded at Sunset Sound and Sunset Sound Factory Manager: Mambo Management, Inc.
  6. Sometimes T Bone is too smart for his own good; other times he tries to make a straight rock album and you get the sense he's just slumming. "The Talking Animals" doesn't quite gel, even though "The Killer Moon," co-written by his (then) six-year-old daughter, ranks up there as a Burnett classic/5(2).
  7. T Bone Burnett has won Grammy Awards for his work on the albums O Brother, Where Art Thou? (), Down from the Mountain (), A Wonderful World (), Cold Mountain (), Walk the Line (), Crazy Heart (), Raising Sand (), and One Kind Favor (). He won the Grammy Award for Producer of the Year (Non-Classical) in and Burnett produced music for the .
  8. A South by Southwest recap (with plenty of photos, like Arthur Brown, at left) of select events and performances at the annual music conference-festival in Austin, Texas.

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