Astounding Still by Jeremy Clarke & Purl, released 20 September 2012 1. Astounding Still A homeless man walks through the city along its river. Music and arrangement by Ludvig Cimbrelius. Poem written and read by Jeremy Clarke. The poem is entitled 'Adam's Lament' and is published in the book 'Spatiamentum'. com for more information. supported by. Lee Pickett.
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Astounding Sounds, Amazing Music is the sixth studio album by the British rock band Hawkwind, released in 1976. It reached No. 33 on the UK album charts. The title makes references to old science fiction magazines (Astounding and Amazing Stories), the concept being that each piece of music (and its title) would be interpreted as an individual science fiction story.
1Astounding Still29:28. A homeless man walks through the city along its river.
- Music By – Purl
- Words By – Jeremy Clarke
NotesA homeless man walks through the city along its river.
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