Down in the Valley", also known as "Birmingham Jail", is a traditional American folk song
Down in the Valley", also known as "Birmingham Jail", is a traditional American folk song. It has been recorded by many artists and is included in the Songs of Expanding America recordings in Burl Ives' six-album set "Historical America in Song. The verses mentioning "Birmingham Jail" refer to the Birmingham, Alabama, City Jail which was well-known in the mid-1920s, although the reference was often omitted in later versions
Critical praise for David M Pierce and the Vic Daniel series: "Pierce has an original voice and puts a sweet spin on genre conventions. Down in the Valley is a wonderful addition to private eye literature. It's witty, literate, and wise. Madcap storytelling and nutso types whose smart mouths run in overdriv. ierce is a master of off-center characterizations and the oddball narrative view.
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Pierce, David M. Publication, Distribution, et. London, England ; Markham, Ont. Download book Down in the valley, David M. Pierce. London, England ; Markham, On. .Penguin Books, (c)1989. Physical Description: 214 p. ;, 19 cm. General Note: "A Penguin book. Download Down in the valley David M.
Down in the valley, the valley so low. Hang your head over, hear the wind blow. The author/songwriter David M Pierce used selected lyrics from the song as titles for a series of detective novels written between 1989 and 1996 - "Down In The Valley", "Hear The Wind Blow, Dear", "Roses Love Sunshine", "Angels In Heaven", "Write Me A Letter" and "As She Rides By". The first four verses are featured in Catherine Marshall's novel, "Christy", before the prologue.
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