Poetry Show II Podcast.

Poetry Show II Podcast, 15 October 2015.

https://archive.org/embed/Poetry2_201510&autoplay=1

Playlist:

1. Pledge of Allegiance (live), 1:05.  
2. Perpetuum Mobile: The City, 3:21.
3. The Fisherman (live), 1:46.
4. At Tsukiji Market, 8:08.
5. Charlie Parker, 3:42.
6. The Young Housewife, 3:45.
7. A Peculiar-Looking Girl, 6:22.
8. Spring Strains, 1:09
9. Suicide Moi, Track 4, 1:42.  
10. Shem The Penman (prose), 9:53.
11. Amazing Grace I (live), 2:02.
12. Stand By My Side Oh Lord, 1:32.  
13. This is the Age of Investigation and Every Citizen Must Investigate (live), 5:44.
14. Coffee Break, 0:58.
15. Amazing Grace II (live), 1:50.
16. From Beast, 1:05.
Intermission: The Second Waltz, by Dmitri Shostakovitch, 3:34.
17. Earthquake (live), 1:41.
18. Lady Tactics (live), 1:51.
19. At Night The States, 7:49.
20. The Human Animal, 4:25.
21. Breeding Blues (live), 7:21.  
22. Wall As, 2:46.
23. Is Anybody Home, 4:19.
24. I Want The Angel (live), 2:53.
25. The Bed, 0:43.
26. Stratimelo, 2:04.
27. The Razor Blade, 0:50.
28. Walking To Auschwitz (excerpt)(live), 6:18.
29. Holy Thursday, 2:36.
30. Anna Livia Plurabelle (prose), 8:36.
31. The Painting, 1:17.
32. Pressure, Holy City (live), 4:07.

Total Time, 1:57:42.

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Sources:

1. Poetry reading – Part 1, Blaser, Robin; Brown, Lee Ann; Ginsberg, Allen; Schelling, Andrew; Taylor, Steven, July 12, 1995.  Naropa Poetics Audio Archives. http://www.archive.org
2. October 18, 1947: Reading at NBC Studios, Washington DC, for the Library of Congress Recording Laboratory. Recorded by Richard Wirtz Emerson, Rutherford; August 1950. writing.upenn.edu/pennsound
3. Insults, 1973. Live Reading, City Lights Poets Theater, San Francisco, September 14, 1973. http://www.ubu.com
4. 2001, Album: Signature. Jerome Rothenberg: curator of UbuWeb Ethnopoetics.
5. 1959, Poetry For The Beat Generation. Recorded in 1958. http://www.ubu.com/sound
6. May 20, 1949, Reading for a Columbia Records 78 rpm disc in the Series “Pleasure Dome: an audible anthology of modern poetry read by its creators,” ed. by Lloyd Frankenberg. pennsound
7. 1984, Better An Old Demon Than A New God, Giorno Poetry Systems – GPS 033, Recorded By – Elliott Lefko.
8. May 5, 1945, Library of Congress Recording Laboratory; writing.upenn.edu/pennsound
9. 2002, Compound Annex Records. Recorded live as part of the Chance Festival at Whiskey Pete’s Casino in Stateline Nevada, 1996. Chance band featuring Tom Watson, Mike Kelley, George Hurley, Lynn Johnston, Dave Muller and Amy Stoll, special guest vocalist Allucquère Rosanne Stone.
10. 4 May 1939, Finnegans Wake, 1939. (See http://www.rosenlake.net/fw/FWeditions.html  ) Video Published on Jun 27, 2014; Music by Oz Beckers and Andre Perkowski; Wilson’s reading sometime before 2007.
11. July 12, 1995, Poetry reading – Part 1, Blaser, Robin; Brown, Lee Ann; Ginsberg, Allen; Schelling, Andrew; Taylor, Steven.  Naropa Poetics Audio Archives. http://www.archive.org
12. 1970, Dial-A-Poem Poets, GPS003-004: Disconnected, http://alchemicalarchives.blogspot.com   
13. 1976, Giorno Poetry Systems: Totally Corrupt ,GPS 001-002, Recorded at St. Mark’s Church, NYC, Jan. 1, 1976.
14. 1973, Nada Canadada, (c) 2005 Ellie Nichol, Steve McCaffery, Paul Dutton & Rafael Barreto-Rivera. Used with permission of authors and Ellie Nichol for bp Nichol. Distributed by PennSound (pennsound ).
15. July 12, 1995. Poetry reading – Part 1, Blaser, Robin; Brown, Lee Ann; Ginsberg, Allen; Schelling, Andrew; Taylor, Steven. Naropa Poetics Audio Archives. http://www.archive.org
16. 1973, Nada Canadada, (c) 2005 Ellie Nichol, Steve McCaffery, Paul Dutton & Rafael Barreto-Rivera. Used with permission of authors and Ellie Nichol for bp Nichol. Distributed by PennSound pennsound
17. 1973, Poems & Insults! – Live Reading, City Lights Poets Theater, San Francisco, September 14, 1973. ubu sound
18. 1980, Dial-A-Poem Poets, GPS018-019: Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat, Giorno Poetry Systems. alchemicalarchives
19. April 10, 1987, Buffalo, NY. (C) 1995 Alice Notley, used permission of Peter Gizzi, ed., Exact Change Yearbook. pennsound
20. 1989, The Birth Of Tragedy Magazine’s Fear, Power, God. http://www.ubu.com/sound 
21. March, 1998, Peter Lamborn Wilson and Lawrence Ferlinghetti reading, Naropa Poetics Audio Archives. http://www.archive.org
22. 1980, Dial-A-Poem Poets, GPS018-019: Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat, Giorno Poetry Systems. alchemicalarchives
23. 1976, Airwaves; Label: One Ten Records OT 001/2, 1977. Bass–Scott Johnson, Clarinet–Peter Gordon, Drums– oe Kos, Voice, Violin–Laurie Anderson.
24. July 9, 1999, Jim Carroll reading at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Label/Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. http://www.archive.org
25. 1994, La Visite Guidée. Music: Laurie Anderson, Voice: Sophie Calle. Exhibition catalogue/artists’ book with Audio CD published in conjunction with show held March 27 – May 29, 1994. http://www.ubu.com
26. 1976, Giorno Poetry Systems: Totally Corrupt, Recorded in Paris, France, 1966.
27. 1994, La Visite Guidée. Music: Laurie Anderson, Voice: Sophie Calle. Exhibition catalogue/artists’ book with Audio CD published in conjunction with show held March 27 – May 29, 1994.
28. November 2004, Appearing on Radio Poetique’s Poetic Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York.
29. 1977, Live in the West, Toronto: Starborn Productions. http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound 
30. 1929, London, Finnegans Wake. Recorded on September 5th, 1929, by the request from the linguist C. K. Ogden and his Orthological Institute at Cambridge. This 78 rpm record was transferred to the digital format with a new Audio Technica ATLP-120 turntable with Shure M78S cartridge with custom-
made 3.5 mil stylus, by transformingArt, https://www.youtube.com/user/transformingArt/about
31. 1994, La Visite Guidée. Music: Laurie Anderson, Voice: Sophie Calle. Exhibition catalogue/artists’ book with Audio CD published in conjunction with show held March 27 – May 29, 1994. http://www.ubu.com
32. 1972, The Dial-A-Poem Poets, Giorno Poetry Systems GPS 001. Recorded GPS, New York, June 9, 1972. Holy City, privately printed, 1971. http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound

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