Meet a beautiful west-Texas “flower” called Tahoka Daisy. Get "lucky" and fall in love with a total stranger at the Hol'r'day Inn. Laugh at a jilted lover who is crying in his O'Doul's, a non-alcoholic beer. Feel the angst and shame of a once proud man when it is proven once and for all that he is not kin to Jesse James. Experience a hailstorm through the eyes of a cotton farmer and his son. Much more.
"Little Boy In Church" and "Turtle from Texas" are rewritten versions of songs on Harry’s first album. This new version of LBIC was a first place winner in the Religion/Spirit category at the Winfield New Songs Showcase in 2005. But, MOM'S BE ADVISED, the new TFT still has the four-letter word "TURD" in it. Harry says it can't be replaced. It's an "art" thing!
BIO/NOTE: Harry grew up in Texas within walking distance of Tahoka Lake where the actual wild flower called the Tahoka Daisy was first discovered growing in 1898. The lake is located between Wilson and Tahoka in Lynn County.