NINE RHYMES

by Sheila K Cameron (SKC)

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    There is a bonus track i.e a version of The Talking to Your Lonesome Self Blues and a booklet of the words. These (I am told) only become accessible when the selection is downloaded.
    The image is a posterized version of a photograph entitled SKC as a serious person squinting in the sun beside a wall in Vancouver.
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With the exception of a few singing sounds on the arranged version of The Talking to Your Lonesome Self Blues – which has been included as a bonus track - this is a spoken words selection.

Some months ago I wrote this group of words and knew what they were about. I'm less sure now. I think they were on Bandcamp for a while but were taken down because I began working on a few of them as songs.

Then they got lost in amongst the other things I was working on. I came across them again recently and thought they should be somewhere other than in my head or lying around in a file on my computer. So here they are.

There is a booklet of the words This can be accessed on here and will soon be made available on my web site at www.skcsongs.com

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released May 16, 2021

The arrangement on The Talking to Your Lonesome Self Blues is by Wild Biscuit

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Sheila K Cameron (SKC) Glasgow, UK

Sheila K Cameron (SKC) is presently based in Glasgow Scotland but belongs in Vancouver Canada Others have described her as 'something of a blues singer', 'a torch singer to trade' and 'a Scottish poet - songwriter'.

She has an extensive catalogue of lyrics and songs which is being added to all the time.
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