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Songs about Calamus:
Calamus Root [Explicit] by Mf Doom from the Album Metal Fingers Presents Special Herbs 4 [Explicit]
Calamus Root by MF Doom from the Album Metal Fingers Presents: Special Herbs Vol. 3 & 4
Calamus + Star Anise = Superhero [Explicit] by Mf Doom / Mf Grimm from the Album Special Herbs + Spices Volume One [Explicit]
Calamus by MF Doom from the Album Metal Fingers Presents: Special Herbs, The Box Set Vol. 0 - 9
Calamus by MF Doom from the Album Metalfingers Presents: Special Herbs, The Box Set Vol. 0-9
Calamus by Kumquat from the Album Blast
Calamus by Kamil Pankowski from the Album Glasshouse Sessions
Books about Calamus:
Calamus Lovers: Walt Whitman's Working Class Camerados by Charley Shively (Jan 1987)
Calamus : a Series of Letters Written During the Years 1868-1880 by Walt Whitman to a Young Friend (Peter Doyle... by Whitman and Walt (Aug 20, 2014)
Calamus by Walt Whitman (Jan 1, 1897)
Walt Whitman's Songs of Male Intimacy and Love: "Live Oak, with Moss" and "Calamus" (Iowa Whitman Series) by Walt Whitman and Betsy Erkkila (Apr 1, 2011)
Protohistoric Pawnee hunting in the Nebraska Sand Hills: Archeological investigations at two sites in the Calamus... by Donna C. Roper (Jan 1, 1990)
Whitman's Men: Walt Whitman's Calamus Poems Celebrated by Contemporary Photographers by Walt Whitman, Various Authors, David Groff and Richard Berman (May 15, 1996)
Calamus: a series of letters written during the years 1868-1880 by Walt Whitman to a young friend (Peter Doyle... by Walt Whitman, Peter Doyle and Richard Maurice Bucke (Aug 19, 2010)
Wiki information Calamus:
Acorus calamus is a tall perennial wetland monocot of the Acoraceae family, in the genus Acorus. In spite of common names that include the words "rush" and "sedge," it is neither a rush nor sedge. The scented leaves and more strongly scented rhizomes...
Calamus is a genus of the palm family Arecaceae. These are among several genera known as rattan palms. There are an estimated 400 species in this genus, all native to tropical and subtropical Asia, Africa, and Australia. They are mostly leaf-climbers...