The Unknowable Next

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The Unknowable Next

The words in this book were also recorded on a double CD of the same title. The words belong to days spent alone and not alone in Glasgow, Olds Alberta, Vancouver B.C and on the North West Pacific Coast of Canada. Mostly they are words that didn't become songs although a few of them might still get there. They are being presented here as no more than that. More on the work of Sheila K Cameron (SKC) - which includes words spoken and sung - can be accessed on the web sites at www.skcsongs.com and www.sheilakcameron.com

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