Scar Studios

Scar Studios

A Poem by Clyde du Coeur
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The jam which gave birth to one of our best musical covers during a one-off band practice in Camden Town.

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As trains rattled above them,
The riff entered the room.
Distortion echoed in the dingy light,
And yet the tune sailed through.
There was an old leather couch,
Buttons missing in its burgundy coat.

Her gale-force melody blows,
Six-string symbol lines the silver
Old school - org-orgasmic;
Bass breathes groove
As little drummer girl's heart beats.

And in that moment,
I knew I was in the right place at the right time,
Beneath those rattling arches.

Amidst the summery Camden backdrop,
Four musicians pay homage to four musicians four decades be-four them.

© 2014 Clyde du Coeur


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A quick eye and quick wit, demonstrably original. You take it in and nicely flavor it...delightful.

Posted 10 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Brilliant because of its confidence. I esp like 'I knew I was in the right place at the right time, beneath those rattling arches.' Keep at it girl, performance is ALL!

Posted 10 Years Ago


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Added on December 14, 2010
Last Updated on November 16, 2014
Tags: scar studios, rock band, voice, guitar, organ, bass, drums, practice, camden, railway, arch, alimayne

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Clyde du Coeur
Clyde du Coeur

United Kingdom



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I love writing poetry, songs and stories. I like living life because events invite me to review them in a poetic way. I've always loved creative subjects like music, creative writing, photography, dra.. more..

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