Cosmonaut, or the Tunguska Event

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Original music by Alan Davis. Lyrics based on eyewitness accounts from the following sources:

N. V. Vasiliev, A. F. Kovalevsky, S. A. Razin, L. E. Epiktetova (1981). Eyewitness accounts of Tunguska (Crash).

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What moves in the sky?
Blue pillar of light
slow ominous flight

The trees all laid low

Awake from a dream
Pushed by the unseen
We cried to our fathers
Then I saw the wonder
Make way for the fire

Its courses they flew
The sky split in two
The smell of the burning wood

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from The Perseids, released April 10, 2012
Alan Davis- original score
Mike Mewborne- program
Kenny McWilliams- edits

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The Lovely Few Columbia, South Carolina

The Lovely Few explores the sonic space between ancient history and a sci-fi future. The group began in 2006 in Columbia, SC, and is fronted by Mike Mewborne. Featuring Kate Mewborne, Alan Davis, Phil Windsor, Ben Walker, and Joe Stillwell.

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