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The World Brims

by The Loss Adjustors

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The world brims: light, water... A tattoo (like fronds)...fronds like a tattoo...
Are you still there? The sea is talking in its sleep...
Late Enough 03:30
Tidy up the scene Frank is telling me – “The feds are on the move, It’s a black kid so they’ve no time to lose. They shoot the man in his car. Another wet-wiped local star. The cops get their stories straight -- it’s not too late to practice what they’re meant to mean and tidy up the scene.” Frank is telling me – “The judges could not lose. It’s politics so they call it stealing shoes. Attacking shopping’s a protest too far, the trainer’s sacred, so’s the bra. Retail’s endangered, unique. Justice slurs when it starts to speak: jail the poor to keep the righteous clean, tidy up the scene.” Frank is telling me – “Half the country’s on my tail, the TV and the holy Mail – just for the colour of my ‘tan’. England doesn’t need the Klan: when your skin can’t be trusted your future’s done-and-dusted. It’s ‘empathy’ and arm-lock, phone the Condolences Team, tidy up the scene.” Frank says softly – “Don’t listen to what I’m saying – look at the boys here playing, thinking up a new world with laughs and Lego, colour and creation from the chaos at the get-go. They both start in the same circumstances – you know the difference in their likely life chances.” Then he calls to my boy and his Dean, gentle, like he’s lost all spleen, subtle, like there’s more he wants to mean (he makes me think I’m down there with the toys). “Clear up now, boys! – No order, no ice cream! Tidy up the scene.” (c) Richard Price


Poet Richard Price, Musician and Producer Roberto Sainz de la Maza, Singer Elisa de Leon. Recorded in a small studio in west London, a set of love songs, political songs, and something more mystical -- Zen?


released July 16, 2020

Lyrics and Vocals by Richard Price, Music and Production by Roberto Sainz de la Maza. Vocals by Elisa de Leon.


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Lyrics and Vocals by Richard Price, Music and Production by Roberto Sainz De La Maza. Vocals by Elisa De Leon.

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