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Tamarisk - Ascension

TAMARISK

 

Neo-Prog


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Submitted by Stonehenge | 11/8/2014

ASCENSION The wound broadening Changes my sultry mood I''m trying to think of all I say to you The peace brings the words that are Often unkind We reach for the pleasure but we find We find That it''s all just a memory now All just a memory now Well just a man, I assume Who could see the future from his room He turns around too soon And he''ll see the lights are Coming through There''s nothing left for you But you''re soaring high You are looking through another''s eyes The still on your eyes as you Look to the ground You''re finding you''re near so far So look around The words that you speak They seem so strange to me Ascension is good But you''re coming down But it''s all just a memory now All just a memory now Tamarisk were a essex based prog band in the early 80''s, they released 2 cassette ep''s and caused a minor ripple in the rock world...the ripple continues. the band members were: Andy Grant - Vocals Steve Leigh - Keyboards/vocals Pete Munday - Guitar Mark Orbell - bass Richard Harris - drums This song is from the first e.p. ''Ascension'' (1982) Tamarisk Myspace pages: http://www.tamariskmusic.com/ http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendid=412904129

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