Some articles on white falcon, falcon, white:
... Blood's Too Rich by Luke Doucet the White Falcon is Luke Doucet's fourth album ... this record is looser, thanks to the help of the band the White Falcon ... The White Falcon is Rich Levesque, bass, John Dinsmore, six-string bass, Paul Brennan, drums and Doucet's wife Melissa McClelland, backing vocals ...
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... Blood's Too Rich is billed as being by Luke Doucet The White Falcon, while Doucet's earlier albums were simply billed as being by Luke Doucet ... The name The White Falcon refers to Doucet's reissue Gretsch White Falcon guitar ...
... of these eye-catching features with an large 17" wide by 2¾" deep white body and highest quality gold-plated hardware rendered "the Cadillac of guitars," the White Falcon ... The White Falcon was unveiled at the NAMM show in July 1954 ... to begin commercial manufacturing of the guitar, and the first publicly available White Falcon hit stores in 1955 ...
Famous quotes containing the words falcon and/or white:
“Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“Society is all but rude,
To this delicious solitude.
No white nor red was ever seen
So amorous as this lovely green.
Fond lovers, cruel as their flame,
Cut in these trees their mistress name:
Little, alas, they know or heed
How far these beauties hers exceed!
Fair trees, wheresoeer your barks I wound,
No name shall but your own be found.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)