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from GLASGOW HAIDA GWAII and INBETWEEN

 

The site at www.glalell.com has been dismantled and some of the material has been brought here to the page GLALELL 

The other sites at www.sheilakcameron.com and www.sosaidthesap.com remain the same 

 

YOU'LL BE REMEMBERED FOR WHAT YOU DIDN'T DO

These words were on here several weeks ago They have been returned because today is a SUNDAY and recalling all that I was once told as

a child at Sunday school I felt the need to say something They were written as I observed the profoundly disturbing  lack of response

from members of the REPUBLICAN PARTY in the USA (and particularly those who consider themselves to be Christians) 

to the behaviour of the man who now represents them in the Oval Office - I am purposely not using his name

OLD LAYABOUTS

Occasionally I accidentally locate a forgotten track and this one is an example It is a version of I AM WITH YOU - IN YOUR

SLEEPING The arrangement of an old recording (the voice is lighter than it now is) is by the two Brians from CAVA

www.cavasound.com - one of them (the owner) BRIAN YOUNG is still there  The other unfortunately went elsewhere  

This track might be the first of others which would fit into the same LAYABOUT category but then again I might not locate any more 

The Sleeping Lamb

The Sleeping Lamb

THE SLEEPING LAMB Not entirely apt perhaps but I can make it so by associating it with two lines from Track 9 in the selection

below i.e. 'I am with you in your sleeping' and 'I am learning how to love you without asking too much of you' The song is now also on

Bandcamp at https://sheilakcameron.bandcamp.com/track/i-am-with-you-in-your-sleeping

The image is by a friend who is very fond of lambs and would prefer, as I do, if people stopped eating them 

 

JUST SITTING IN THE SUN and the accompanying images have been moved to their  own page at TIREE: 2019

 

 Moving on with a moving on track: The Tattered Past a dream story as told to me- almost exactly - on a night in September

 The  much appreciated MARC HIGGINS REVIEW of RIVER TO SEA can be found on the MOVED ON page (see above) and at 

http://www.fatea-records.co.uk/magazine/reviews/SheilaKCameron2

THE BETTER BANJO