Poetry Show #5

Poetry Show Podcast #5. August 9, 2016.

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Playlist:

1. Rodney On The ROQ, 0:16.
2. Watching Jeff Surf At The Beach, 3:01.
3. Bus Stop Van Nuys Blvd., 2:19.
4. Later For Now, 1:56.
5. Forgotten Melody, 2:59.
6. Only The Truly Lost, 2:45.
7. Soft Fascism, 3:29.
8. A Western Ballad (1948)(live), 1:42.
9. Cowboy Heaven, 3:17.
10. Marina Del Dennis, 1:11.  
11. Are You Drinking?, 1:51.
12. Soonest Mended, 5:07.
13. I Made Love To A Communist, 3:45.
14. In Walked Bud, 2:43.
15. For Pharoah Sanders, 0:55.
16. The Mockingbird, 1:38.
17. After Li Po, 0:48.
18. Levitatin’In Levittown, 4:30.  
19. Modern World, 4:14.
20. The World’s The Arrow, 4:15.
21. The Circuit Rider, 1:06.
22. Car Hell, 1:33.         
23. I Said Everybody, 1:37.
24. Frank O’Hara, 1:18.
25. The Man With The Hoe (live), 3:06.
26. Gunslinger Book 4 (excerpt)(live), 1:11.
27. A Herd (excerpt), 2:54.
28. We Are The Dinosaur, 3:54.
29. Kiss My Gun, 3:10.
30. Poetry By Number, 1:54.
31. A Woman Comes Into the Room, 1:06.
32. Seven Poets Chosen By John Ashberry (Dedicated To Tim Dlugos), 2:17.
33. Recalling All Active Agents, 1:26.
34. What She Reports Against You Isn’t, 0:34.
35. Something In The Way Of Things, 6:50.
36. Sonnet: Oh Husband! (live), 0:53.  
37. One Taste (live), 4:17.
38. Degrets, 2:07.  
39. What My Neighbors Think Of Me, 2:07.
40. In Relation To What, 3:18.  
41. Complete Works of Webern, A Movie, 4:51.
42. Ad Reinhardt’s Auto-Interview, 5:42.
43. The Problem, 0:29.
44. Helium And Krypton, 1:06.
45. On Going Out To Get The Mail, 2:15.
46. Culver City Retrospect, 0:45.
47. Walt Disney Died In Vain, 2:05.
48. Daffy Duck In Hollywood, 7:55.

Total Time, 2:03:47.

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Notes:

1. Voices Of The Angels, 1982, Freeway Records.
2. Voices Of The Angels, 1982, Freeway Records.
3. Voices Of The Angels, 1982, Freeway Records.
4. The Unspoken Word by Bob Holman.
5. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman. 1998.
6. King Of Poets by Charles Bukowski.
7. Which book this poem is from is not available online. Charley Plymell.
8. A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor, Naropa Institute, published 1987. Label / Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
9. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman.
10. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
11. Bukowski Lives! (CD) by Charles Bukowski; music, Tom Waits: Good Old World, Gypsy Instrumental.
12. The Double Dream of Spring, Copyright © 1966, 1970 by John Ashbery.
13. Politically Correct, Dreamworld – Big Dream 001, UK, 1986.
14. From the very rare compilation “Jazzspeak”, a recording featuring writers and musicians speaking about jazz, released on New Alliance Records, 1991, CD. Catalog #NARCD-054.
15. From the very rare compilation “Jazzspeak”, a recording featuring writers and musicians speaking about jazz, released on New Alliance Records, 1991, CD. Catalog #NARCD-054. Pharoah Sanders is a saxophonist.
16. Bukowski Lives! (CD) by Charles Bukowski; music, Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion; Guitar Soloist Angelo Arienti.
17. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman. 1998.
18. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman. 1998.
19. Politically Correct, Dreamworld – Big Dream 001, UK, 1986.
20. Petrified Conditions 1979-1981, BPeople, Restless Records ‎– 72029; US, 1986. BPeople was a post-punk band featuring sax player Pat Delaney of early LA art punk band The Deadbeats (with Geza X) and The Romans. They were on the Let Them Eat Jellybeans compilation and released an LP titled Petrified Conditions.  Alex Gibson  (vocals, guitar, main songwriter) led LA’s Bpeople for several years around the turn of the decade.
Beginning as the Little Cripples, the quartet (with the ubiquitous Paul Cutler on bass), turned into Bpeople after singer Michael Gira left for New York (forming Circus Mort and then the Swans). The eponymous 1981 eight-song mini-album consists of dark, moody music somewhere between Joy Division and Soft Cell, neither as jarring or desperately distorted as the former, nor as pervasively pop as the latter.
21. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
22. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
23. Petrified Conditions 1979-1981, BPeople, Restless Records ‎– 72029; US, 1986.
24. From The World Record: Readings at the St. Mark’s Poetry Project, 1969-1980. The World Record (volumes 1 & 2, 1981) was
produced from the tape archive of live performances of poets and writers at the Poetry Project.
25. Edwin Markham in American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century published by The Library of America.  The Republic Of Verse, a marathon reading of 19th-century American poetry held at the 92nd street YMCA, 1993, in celebration of the book’s
publication.
26. Gunslinger. Part 1, books I & II, the cycle; Publisher: Dusseldorf, S Press Tonbandverlag, 1975, from Totally Corrupt
(The Dial-A-Poem Poets), 1976 (1974), GPS008-009 (Giorno Poetry Systems).
27. English As A Second Language, 1983, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
28. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman. 1998.
29. Politically Correct, Dreamworld – Big Dream 001, UK, 1986.
30. In With The Out Crowd by Bob Holman. 1998.
31. From A Reading at St. Mark’s Poetry Project, see http://writing.upenn.edu/pennsound/x/Notley.php for more info.
32. English As A Second Language, 1983, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
33. Recordings 1960-81 CD, Perdition Plastics PER 004, US, 1995.
34. From Songs and Stories of the Ghouls, Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2011.
35. From Various Poems on http://www.ubu.com/sound/baraka.htm , probably published in the book Somebody Blew Up America.
36. A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor, Naropa Institute, published   1987. Label / Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
37. A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor, Naropa Institute, published   1987. Label / Recorded by Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
38. Copyright © 2016 by Anselm Berrigan. Originally published in Poem-a-Day on January 20, 2016, by the Academy of American
Poets.
39. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
40. From Accent For A Start by Audio Arts, LP released by Projects UK and Newcastle Media Workshops, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 1987.
41. Tape Poems (1969); the first “publication” of works created specifically for stereophonic tape. Edited by Eduardo Costa &  John Perreault and audio engineered by Alcides Lanza, New York, 1969.
42. Caroline Tisdall: Ad Reinhardt’s Auto Interview, Read by Jack Wendler. http://www.ubu.com/sound/audio_arts.html
43. Tape Poems (1969); the first “publication” of works created specifically for stereophonic tape. Edited by Eduardo Costa &
John Perreault and audio engineered by Alcides Lanza, New York, 1969.
44. Tape Poems (1969); the first “publication” of works created specifically for stereophonic tape. Edited by Eduardo Costa &
John Perreault and audio engineered by Alcides Lanza, New York, 1969.
45. At Terror Street and Agony Way by Charles Bukowski. 2 CDs, 1998, King Mob ‎– KMOB,UK.
46. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.        
47. Neighborhood Rhythms, 1984, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
48. From Houseboat Days by John Ashbery. Copyright © 1975, 1976, 1977 by John Ashbery. Used with permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., Literary Agency. Recording courtesy of the Woodberry Poetry Room, Harvard University. All rights reserved.

 

 

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  1. It is a strong poetry show! Upsetting; enjoyable; light and dark by turns, with great insights into various aspects of American cultures and subcultures, from young beach girls in California to old black poets in Chicago; Bukowski; Ashbery; and Bob Holman carried the show. I love your poetry shows, Jone.

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