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Cover art by Jim Bradley

LABYRINTH OF SHADOWS

Lawrence Dean


OUT OF PRINT




A collection of twenty-one songs, all with accompanying original music and chords from one of Britain's most versatile writer/performers. The songs were written between 1987 and 1992, and range in tone from the title-song, inspired by Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast trilogy, to those inspired by the Discworld books and the film The Princess Bride.



Paperback, 52 pages (21 songs).
A4 saddle-stapled.
Publication date 18 April 1992

OUT OF PRINT
Cover price was UKú4.00

ISBN (10) 1 - 870824 - 18 - 0

ISBN (13) 9781 - 870824 - 18 - 7




Contents list, with notes, for LABYRINTH OF SHADOWS

Labyrinth of Shadows
inspired by the novels Titus Groan and Gormenghast by Mervyn Peake

The Harp and the Axe
words by Lawrence Dean and Robert Sneddon

Site Unseen
inspired by the Discword novels of Terry Pratchett

Connor
inspired by the film Highlander, directed by Russell Mulcahy

Dread Pirate Roberts
inspired by the film The Princess Bride, directed by Rob Reiner
and based on the book of the same name by William Goldman,
which was originally published under the pseudonym S Morgenstern.

The Land of Beyond
words by the poet Robert W Service, used by kind permission of his estate

Mean Machine
inspired by the film The Terminator, directed by James Cameron

The Servant

Director's Lament

Redrick
inspired by the novel Roadside Picnic, by Boris and Arkadi Strugatski

Norman Conquest

Stealth Bomber
suggested by Rafe Culpin, and based on the poem
"I Can't Find my Camouflage Net" by Les Barker

At the Sign of the Broken Drum
inspired by the Discword novels of Terry Pratchett and dedicated to
Richard & Marion van der Voort who run the bookshop "At the Sign of the Dragon"

The Sequel Song

Dance Of The Midnight Shapes

Ankle-deep in Ankh-Morpork
inspired by the Discword novels of Terry Pratchett and with apologies
to Michelle Shocked for the pun on "Anchored Down in Anchorage"

Wishing Well

Unforgotten
words by the poet Robert W Service, used by kind permission of his estate

Free For All

The Last Apocalypso

No Way Home