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Written in 1979 for the punk-jazz quartet 3C-236, this song travelled well over the next few decades. The late great Guy LeBlanc plays keyboards on this one. Salut.
Scales of the ebony fish, the blind poet's wish, as the cities lie dying.
Tales of the mariner's rime, the song of a time, the dawn of denying.
And this, the moment of naught when all that we've got
are the bones of past movement.
This, the age of decay, the era when day,
is no different than night.
from We Are In The Time Of Evil Clocks,
released October 30, 2010
David Campbell: guitars, keyboards, vocals.
Claude Prince: bass
Aaron Clark: drums
Angie Macivor: sax, keyboards, vocals
Guy Leblanc; keyboards, key solo
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