The Gilded Age: Perspectives on the Origins of Modern America [Paperback]

by Jamison Williams

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This caustic, and gruesome, analysis offers to the listener an insight to the deplorable uncivil nature, inhumane expectations, and limitless greed found in the greatest figures of American industry during the early 20th century; these intimate biographies tell the story of thoughtless abuse, insatiable hunger for wealth, and an ultimate lack of understanding the value of a human's life worth.

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released September 13, 2012

Jamison Williams (various mouthpieces, mandolin, percussion)

recorded at (POP) nouveau
on 09.09-15.12
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Jamison Williams Jacksonville, Florida

Soprano saxophonist, coordinating [neu]Sonics Music Initiative, and opened +SoLo Gallery; "The more you are like yourself, the less you are like anyone else, which makes you unique." (Walt Disney)

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