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A. That Dear Old Fiery Cross. Written By – HewittWritten-By – Rhinehart. B. The Happy Klansman. Written By – Entwisel, OatmanWritten-By – Rhinehart. Piano – Hattie Fletcher Buckles.

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There was a nodding and murmuring at this. Mo makes a garden works with God. That had been written on the edge of the old copper sundial in the garden of the manse in Inverness where he had grown up. Ironic, in view of the fact that the Reverend had neither time nor talent for gardening, and the place was a jungle of uninown grass and ancient rosebushes run wild and leggy with neglect.

Rhinehart, whose real name is George Cockcroft, made his reputation with the cultish Seventies book The Dice Man, in which the eponymous hero, a psychiatrist, gives over all his decision making to the roll of a die, providing himself with half a dozen potential alternatives for every step he takes through life. The novel, whose anarchic possibilities are currently enjoying a renaissance, seemed to be autobiographical; in the years since, Rhinehart has published four more books, all devoted to the idea of a life lived according to the dictates of chance

Tracklist Hide Credits

A That Dear Old Fiery Cross
Written-By – Hewitt*, Rhinehart*
B The Happy Klansman
Written-By – Entwisel*, Oatman*, Rhinehart*


  • Piano – Hattie Fletcher Buckles*


A tune: "No, Never Alone" (hymn by Eliza E. Hewitt)

A & B sides recorded Richmond, IN, May 1925.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A side label): 20105
  • Matrix / Runout (B side label): 12225

W. R. Rhinehart - That Dear Old Fiery Cross / The Happy Klansman album flac
Performer: W. R. Rhinehart
Title: That Dear Old Fiery Cross / The Happy Klansman
Category: Pop / Folk
Released: 1925
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 341