Up Jumped the Devil - primitive cosmic elemental red ultraviolet blue green lampwork glass Basha bead & hammered dark copper stick earring
Up Jumped the Devil - primitive cosmic elemental red ultraviolet blue green lampwork glass Basha bead & hammered dark copper stick earring by LoveRoot on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/191329767/up-jumped-the-devil-primitive-cosmic
‘Birds of Paradise’ at the National Geographic Museum
There was a Bird of paradise in Fulker's Hollow that had learned, somewhere, to mimic machinery. Hikers were sometimes startled, in mid-forest, to hear the rattle of a jackhammer, or a truck backing up...('Up Jumps the Devil,' bio of the Devil by Michael poore; Ecco/HarperCollins...see Barnes & Noble, Indienet, Amazon, or mikepoorehome.net ) mikepoorehome.net )
Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown was a blues musician from Louisiana. He is best known for his work as a blues musician, but embraced other styles of music, having "spent his career fighting purism by synthesizing old blues, country, jazz, Cajun music and R-n-B styles". This contains two songs. The first is "Pressure Cooker" where Gatemouth shows us how easy guitar playing is for him and the second song is "Up Jump The Devil" where Gatemouth proves he is the fastest fiddle player ever!
Devils Tower, Wyoming.....If I remember correctly, legend is that a huge grizzly bear chased a band of Indians & trapped them at the top of Devils Tower. In trying to reach them, the bear dug huge gouges into the mountainside, thus its appearance today.