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One Fast Move or I'm Gone

One Fast Move or I'm Gone: Music From Kerouac's Big Sur
Benjamin Gibbard
Released 2009
Genre Rock
Label Atlantic

One Fast Move or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur is an album by Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie) and Jay Farrar (Son Volt). The lyrics are based on the prose of Jack Kerouac's novel Big Sur (1962). One Fast Move or I'm Gone was a result of Gibbard's and Farrar's mutual appreciation for Kerouac's work while recording several songs for a feature-length documentary of the same name.[1]

Track listing

  1. "California Zephyr"
  2. "Low Life Kingdom"
  3. "Willamine"
  4. "All in One"
  5. "Breathe Our Iodine"
  6. "These Roads Don't Move"
  7. "Big Sur"
  8. "One Fast Move or I'm Gone"
  9. "Final Horrors"
  10. "Sea Engines"
  11. "The Void"
  12. "San Francisco"

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