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- DescriptionGod, Forgive these Bastards is a jazz punk album by The Taxpayers. It is also the name of the book that inspired the album, Taxpayer vocalist Rob Morton's experimental vel about a life filled with contradictionscowardice and bravery, falsehoods and candidness, glory and failure. The story is told from the perspective of Henry Turner, and spans his trajectory from local hero and star pitcher of the Georgia Tech Wildcats to an abusive, alcoholic drifter. After spending his later years in homeless encampments and psych wards, Turner turned his demons to his advantage and became a kind, beloved street story-teller, a friend of the down-and-out, and a public transit angel. God, Forgive These Bastards explores the brief moments that can shape our lives and the power of forgiving even the most wretched actions with compassion and understanding. This package includes a book + vinyl LP together in a slipcover.
- Author BiographyRob Morton teaches GED classes to prisoners and writes and plays music, often with his band the Taxpayers. He lives in New Orleans, Louisiana with his partner Elise and an assortment of cats and chickens. The Taxpayers is a punk band that formed in Portland, Oregon in 2007. They are known for their interactive performances and stylistic influences from diverse genres.
- Author(s)Rob Morton
- PublisherMicrocosm Publishing
- Date of Publication09/08/2016
- FormatMixed media product
- SubjectBiography: General
- Place of PublicationBloomington, IN
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintMicrocosm Publishing
- Weight386 g
- Width114 mm
- Height315 mm
- Spine10 mm
- Contained items statementContains Book
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