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Guarding the Golden Door should be read by every American trying to get a grasp on how central immigration has been to our history, and continues to be. Immigration is now front-page news, and to grasp the background of current issues this is the book to read. David Reimers, author of Unwanted Strangers: American Identity and the Turn Against Immigration. In a clear-eyed, smartly argued analysis, Daniels shows that both sentiment and statistics have obscured the truth of immigration history, so much of which takes place between the lines of laws. His conclusions underline the constant paradox that has plagued immigration history: however invaluable to our economy and our material comfort, we exploit, marginalize, and particularly now, regard immigrants with suspicion, distrust, and hatred.

Lazy Afternoon (From 'The Golden Apple'). Fly Me to the Moon, originally titled In Other Words, is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. Kaye Ballard made the first recording of the song, in the year it was written. Ballard was born Catherine Gloria Balotta in Cleveland, Ohio, one of four children born to Italian immigrant parents, Lena (née Nacarato) and Vincenzo (later Vincent James) Balotta.

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1 All Is All 4:30
2 People In The Trees
Strings Arranged – Steve Gregoropoulos
3 The Sun, The Moon, & The Sky 6:49
4 We Can Get By In Time 5:58
5 Sing A Song For Me 3:34
6 My Love
Strings Arranged – Steve Gregoropoulos
7 Never Thought Twice
Strings Arranged – Steve Gregoropoulos
8 There's No Guarantee (Our Time Is Now) 3:19
9 Guarding The Golden Apple
Strings Arranged – Steve Gregoropoulos
10 Sogomiac, The Moon Destroyer 7:44


  • Bass Guitar, Bowed Bass, Gutted Piano – Aaron Ebensperger
  • Drums, Timpani, Vibraphone, Tambourine – Josh Mancell
  • Electric Guitar – Mark Sogomian
  • Vocals, Electric & Acoutic Guitar, Lap Steel, Piano, Organ, Celeste, Melodica – Sharif Dumani
  • Written By – Sharif Dumani

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GCVLP-001 The Moon Upstairs Guarding The Golden Apple ‎(2xLP, Ltd) Gifted Children Records GCVLP-001 US 2007
The Moon Upstairs - Guarding The Golden Apple download flac
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