Poetry Show Podcast.

This is my first all-poetry podcast show. Many hours of research went into making this, and many years of reading and writing (and performing) poetry before it. 

 

                      Poetry Show Podcast,

                          January 7, 2015

Playlist:

1. What It Is, Lydia Lunch and Clint Ruin, 1:42.

2. Introducing John Stanley Hart; He Entered The Bar With The Best Intentions, William  Burroughs, 2:19.

3. What You Should Know To Be A Poet, Gary Snyder, 3:31.

4. The Secret Orator, Robert Kelly, 2:16.

5. To Jack Kerouac, Ted Berrigan, 0:50.

6. The Name, Robert Creely, 1:18.

7. The Yellow Flower from Pictures from Brueghel and Other Poems, William Carlos Williams, 3:04.

8. The Chief Smiles, William Burroughs, 6:50.

9. Cloud Nine / I Live in a Neighborhood of Murder / Two Horse Collars, Charles   Bukowski, 3:05.

10. Hymn to Aphrodite from Sappho, Ed Sanders, 8:43.

11. Asleep, Chris Mason & Mark Jickling, 1:03.

12. Unclean, Psychic TV, 5:50.

13. TeleStar, Sophie Calle, 0:46.

14. A Thanksgiving Prayer, Burroughs, 2:25.

15. If You’re So Smart Why Aren’t You Rich, Philip Whelan, 2:01.

16. For Elizabeth, Jim Carroll, 2:37.

17. Makeup On Empty Space, Anne Waldman, 7:22.

18. Buddhist influence on Waldman’s writing, 4:56.

19. Jack Kerouac Dream, Waldman, 2:30.

20. Bardo Corridor, Anne Waldman & Ambrose Bye, 3:51.

21. Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow, Robert Duncan, 1:17.

22. October In The Railroad Earth, Jack Kerouac with Steve Allen, 2:58.

23. Everything Speaks To Me, Robert Duncan, 2:14.

24. Meditation on the Pope, Kelly, 1:54.

25. Identity; Theology of Mind, Kelly, 2:21.

26. The Four Horseman, 2:39.

27. The Coffee Cup, Sophie Calle, 1:33.

28. Heroin, Pearl, excerpt from New York City Variations, Jim Carroll, 4:20.

29. The Soldier, His Wife & The Bum, Charles Bukowski, 1:47.

 

Total Time, 1:28:53.

 

Notes:

 

1. from GPS 033 Better An Old Demon Than A New God, 1984.

2. from You’re The Guy I Want To Share My Money With, 1981.

3. from GPS018-019: Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat, the Dial-A-Poem Poets, 1980.

4. from Poetic Brooklyn, New York / November 2004.

5. from GPS018-019: Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat, the Dial-A-Poem Poets, 1980.

6. from GPS003-004: Disconnected, 1973.

7. from Giorno Poetry Systems: Totally Corrupt, 1976.

8. from GPS 006-007: William S. Burroughs/John Giorno, 1975.

9. from Giorno Poetry Systems: Totally Corrupt, 1976.

10. from The Nova Convention, 1978; © The Artist(s) 2005, UbuWeb (ubu.com) / WFMU        (wfmu.org) / PennSound (writing.upenn.edu/pennsound).

11. from “Alcman”. Mark Jickling and Chris Mason translate Archaic
Greek poems (7 – 4th Century B.C.)and put them to music, with Liz Downing, vocals, Rebby Sharp, fiddle, and others.

12. from GPS 033 Better An Old Demon Than A New God, 1984. Performer – Alex Fergusson, Genesis P-Orridge*, John Gosling, Paula P-Orridge.

13. from La Visite Guidee, music by Laurie Anderson.

14. from the video of Gus Van Sant, November 28, 1986.

15. from GPS003-004: Disconnected, 1973.

16. from Praying Mantis, 1991.

17. from Makeup On Empty Space: poems by Anne Waldman, Toothpaste Press 1984.

18. interview   from Cross-Cultural Poetics / Jan-26-2004.

19. from Alchemical Elegy / 2001.

20. from Belladonna* Annual Benefit, Hi! Art Gallery, New York, December 13, 2011.

21. Lecture on “Often I Am Permitted to Return to a Meadow,” American Poetry Archive at the Poetry Center, San Francisco State University, San Francisco, May 18, 1959.

22. from Poetry For The Beat Generation, 1959.

23. from Reading at the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard College Library, 1977.

24. from Poetic Brooklyn, New York / November 2004.

25. from Poetic Brooklyn, New York / November 2004.

26. from wizzyd2006, as used in a clip from Ron Mann’s documentary, Poetry in Motion (1981).

27. from La Visite Guidee, music by Laurie Anderson.

28. from Salon Audio & The Paris Review, (c) 2001 Salon.com & Jim Carroll.

29. (p) 1998 HarperAudio. Poem is probably from Last Night Of The Earth Poems (1992).

 

-Jone.

 

 

 

 

 

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