Living in the Woods in a Tree: Remembering Blaze Foley

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Living
in the
Woods
in a Tree
Remembering Blaze Foley

by Sybil Rosen

Number 2 in the North Texas Lives of Musicians Series

University of North Texas Press
Denton, Texas

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Preface x
  • Part 1 - Moonlight 1
  • 1 - Things I Can’t Throw Away 3
  • 2 - The Mill 7
  • 3 - Hear My Song 13
  • 4 - Stolen Hearts 17
  • 5 - Exodus 21
  • 6 - Legendary Loves 24
  • 7 - Waller 29
  • 8 - The Tree House 34
  • 9 - Udo 37
  • 10 - Alternative Lifestyles 41
  • 11 - Interdependence Day 49
  • 12 - Homecoming 52
  • 13 - Ghosts 56
  • 14 - Livin’ in the Woods in a Tree 59
  • 15 - Jab Blues 62
  • 16 - Romantic Codes 67
  • 17 - Number the Days 71
  • 18 - Revelations 74
  • 19 - Inner Prizes 80
  • 20 - When in Roanoke 85
  • 21 - Three Dawg Nights 89
  • 22 - Departure 93
  • 23 - Our Little Town 95
  • 24 - Nowhere to Hide 99
  • Part 2 - Autumn Winds 101
  • 25 - Miles to Go 103
  • 26 - Fat Tuesday 105
  • 27 - Tumbleweed 109
  • 28 - Big D 112
  • 29 - Wacko 116
  • 30 - Lovers and Music 119
  • 31 - The Live Music Capital of the World 123
  • 32 - Good Enough for Jesus 129
  • 33 - Jumping the Gun 134
  • 34 - Letters from Blaze 139
  • 35 - Dear Blaze 142
  • 36 - Artist at Large 145
  • 37 - Address Unknown 148
  • 38 - Postcards from the Road 150
  • 39 - Postage Due 153
  • 40 - On the Road Again 154
  • 41 - Cold, Cold World 157
  • 42 - If I Could Only Fly 162
  • 43 - My Reasons Why 167
  • Part 3 - Country Music Widow 169
  • 44 - Scavengers 171
  • 45 - Lone Stars 174
  • 46 - Texas Troubadour 177
  • 47 - Loma Ranch 183
  • 48 - Brink of Devotion 187
  • 49 - Blaze Takes a Request 192
  • 50 - Udo Revised 196
  • 51 - Lord of the Dead 200
  • 52 - Duct Tape Messiah 206
  • 53 - Fathers and Sons 209
  • 54 - Meeting Persephone 213
  • 55 - Funny Valentine 216
  • Part 4 - Small Town Hero 219
  • 56 - True North 221
  • 57 - Christian Ladies 224
  • 58 - Family Secrets 229
  • 59 - Prodigal Daughters 232
  • Part 5 - The Moon Shines on 237
  • 60 - Numbers 239
  • 61 - Head over Heels 242
  • 62 - Udo Revisited 244
  • 63 246
  • Acknowledgments 248
  • Discography 251
  • Index 252
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