rattlebag


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rattlebag

(ˈrætəlˌbæɡ)
n
1. a rattle made out of a bag containing small objects
2. an assortment, variety
adj
rattly, shaky, ramshackle
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Shapes And Shadows, his acclaimed debut album, made a impressive progression from his band and the 2014 release of Rattlebag sealed his solo status.
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ARATTLEBAG: A Rattlebag is a collection of things: of stuff and words, of ideas and songs, and even tricks of long division.
today announced the release of Neil Gaiman's "Click-Clack the Rattlebag," a previously unpublished short story written and recorded by the internationally best-selling author and screenwriter.
com has been giving away a free recording of author Neil Gaiman's spooky short story, "Click-Clack the Rattlebag.