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  1. May 14,  · Here's a dandelion closing at night Got to mix it up - It's not clouds! Music: Sufjan Stevens.
  2. Dandelion is the first album by French psychedelic folk band Dandelion.. Released as a private pressing of only copies by Le Kiosque D'Orphée in , the album was sold locally in their gigs. It was recorded on the Cultural Center of Giromagny in five days (26/08/79 - 01/09/79) with just a couple of two track tape recorders and a minimal budget. The album was all sung in English except.
  3. Feb 22,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Dandelion · Artful Dodger The Complete Columbia Recordings () ℗ Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Background.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Dandelion on Discogs/5(12).
  5. Jan 25,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Dandelion · Artful Dodger Honor Among Thieves ℗ Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment Released on: Background.
  6. What is a dandelion? To some it is a flower, to some it is a vegetable, and to some it is a weed. It is hard for us to know the difference. If we uproot the dandelion we may be causing damage. If we uproot what we think are weeds in our churches and c Scripture: Matthew Denomination: Methodist.
  7. Today, dandelion is promoted as a “tonic,” as a diuretic, and for a variety of conditions, including infections and digestive symptoms. As a food, dandelion is used as a salad green and in soups, wine, and teas. The roasted root is used as a coffee substitute.
  8. This was a second UK version of Yamasuki/Aieaoa - issued the same year as the Dandelion release. POLYDOR RECORDS (Germany) Medicine Head - Pop History Vol 25 () This double-album consists of the New Bottles, Old Medicine and Heavy On The Drum LPs. POLYDOR RECORDS (UK) Medicine Head - Medicine Head ().
  9. The dandelion - its English name is a corruption of the French dent de lion, or lion's tooth. The big jagged leaves look like large teeth. The dandelion also has an astounding number of nicknames: blow ball, cankerwort, monk's head, fairy clock, Irish daisy, swine snort or wetabed.

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