Poetry Show #6

Poetry Show #6 – August 31, 2016.

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Playlist:

1. She Never Called Me Back, 2:02.
2. Culture-Vulture, 2:47.
3. Winter Comes, 1:50.
4. Decoy (live), 3:00.   
5. Against-Bourgeois-Art (live), 3:49.
6. Consummation Of Grief, 1:52.
7. So There (live), 3:43.                    
8. Song Without Music, 3:08.
9. Four Poems As Songs, 6:25.  
10. Early Bird Improvisation After Mick Dougherty (live), 1:40.
11. MacDougal Street Blues, 3:29.
12. Brownie’s Lament, 1:16.   
13. As I Opened The Window, 3:59.
14. Friday/Saturday Night, 3:13.     
15. Pico Robertson Insomnia, 0:50.  
16. After Monk (live), 0:59.   
17. Zombies In Chinatown, 4:25.
18. I The People (live), 2:13.
19. The Seasons (Suite for Jasper Johns) (live), 2:48.
20. Into The Dusk-Charged Air (live), 7:11.
21. Drums Inside Your Chest (live), 1:38.
22. The Fault Mode (live), 2:05.
23. Somebody Blew Up America, 11:12.
24. The Mystery Of, 1:48.
25. This Message (To Henry Rollins) (live), 0:58.
26. Henry, 3:20.
27. Remembering Richard Hugo, 1:24.
28. Children Of Space (live), 3:52.
29. Whatever I Was Thinking Of (live), 4:48.
30. No Poets Don’t Own Words, 1:01.
31. The Green Grasshoppers Fly (live), 2:03.
32. The Door, 7:08.
33. 103rd Street Boys, 7:28.
34. Confession, 1:29.

Total Time, 1:50:11.

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Notes:

1. © Copyright 2005 Bob Holman.
2. English As A Second Language, 1983, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.    
3. At Terror Street And Agony Way, by Charles Bukowski.
4. © 2009 John Ashbery, State Of The Union Reading, The Graduate Center, City University Of New York.  
5. Distortion is in original recording. Reading with Ed Dorn at the Just Buffalo Literary Center, Buffalo, NY, December 8,1978.
6.  Bukowski Lives!: Selected poems by Charles Bukowski. Published 2003 by The new cultural space. Audiobook + book, CD; The collection includes poems of eight books of poetry. Music: see http://bukowskiforum.com/threads/bukowski-lives.7435/ , and videos. Rossini: String Sonata No. 2 in C Major. Andantino. (Berliner Philharmoniker / Herbert von Karajan).
7. A reading at the Boulder Theater by Clark Coolidge and Robert Creeley, July 12, 1991. Label / Recorded by: Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
8. Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, Venice, Ca. http://www.poetry.la . John Harris, co-founder of the Beyond Baroque Wednesday Night Poetry Workshop, running since 1969, reads from his work in Venice, CA.
9. Kenneth Patchen Reads with Jazz in Canada (Folkways 1959). Program was recorded at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s studio in Vancouver on February 17, 1959 – and given network airing from Montreal on October 15, 1959.
10. Valley Contemporary Poets, Tarzana Contemporary & Cultural Center, http://www.poetry.la .
11. Poetry for the Beat Generation. 1959 Hanover Records, licensed exclusively to Rhino Word Beat, a label of Rhino     
Entertainment Company.   
12. Valley Contemporary Poets, Tarzana Contemporary & Cultural Center, http://www.poetry.la .
13. Kenneth Patchen Reads with Jazz in Canada (Folkways 1959). Program was recorded at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s studio in Vancouver on February 17, 1959 – and given network airing from Montreal on October 15, 1959.
14. Accent for a Start (1987), LP released by Projects UK and Newcastle Media Workshops, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 1987.
15. English As A Second Language, 1983, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
16. Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, Venice, Ca. http://www.poetry.la .
17. Voices Of The Angels, 1982, Freeway Records FRWY 2-26,2 × Vinyl, LP, Album.
18. Reading in Buffalo, New York, April 10, 1987.
19. A reading at the Boulder Theater by Clark Coolidge and Robert Creeley, July 12, 1991. Label / Recorded by: Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Jasper Johns: Abstract Expressionist painter, he was gay and flourished during the Beat Era. He was company with other artists, many of whom gathered in the Greenwich Village scene with writers. He was known as a “Pop Art” artist, with Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol. He worked at Universal Limited Art Editions, founded by Tatyana “Tanya” Grosman, and was friends with the physicist Eddie Schlossberg, and both knew Bucky Fuller.
20. From: Rivers and Mountains (1966), copyright © 1962, 1966 by John Ashbery.
21. Saturday, August 14, 2010, at The Largo Theater, Hollywood.
22. © 2009 John Ashbery, State Of The Union Reading, The Graduate Center, City University Of New York.  
23. Somebody Blew up America and Other Poems, House of Nehesi (Philipsburg, St. Martin, Caribbean), 2003.
24. The King of Poets (CD),  Chinaski Records ‎– BUK01C,Germany, 1997.
25. Valley Contemporary Poets, Tarzana Contemporary & Cultural Center, http://www.poetry.la .
26. English As A Second Language, 1983, produced by Harvey Kubernick on Freeway Records.
27. Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center, Venice, Ca. http://www.poetry.la . John Harris, co-founder of the Beyond Baroque Wednesday Night Poetry Workshop, running since 1969, reads from his work in Venice, CA.
28. Half of the World in Light: New and Selected Poems at the 2009 PEN Beyond Margins Celebration. PEN stands for “Poets, Essayists, Novelists”.
29. Reading at the Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania, October 17, 2002.
30. Mektoub: Recordings 1960 – 1981.
31. Half of the World in Light: New and Selected Poems at the 2009 PEN Beyond Margins Celebration. PEN stands for “Poets, Essayists, Novelists”.
32. Self-Portrait Jumping (1993). Performed by Brion Gysin and Ramuntcho Matta with Don Cherry, Elli Medieros, Steve Lacy, Lizzy Mercier Descloux & Caroline Loeb, Abdoulaye Prosper Niang, Polo Lombardo, etc.
33. From Junkie, on  William S. Burroughs / John Giorno, Giorno Poetry Systems ‎– GPS 006-007,2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, US, 1975.
34. Bukowski Lives! (CD) by Charles Bukowski. Handel: Sarabande (piano solo). Bukowski Lives!: Selected poems by Charles Published 2003 by The new cultural space. Audiobook + book, CD; The collection includes poems of eight books of poetry. Music: see http://bukowskiforum.com/threads/bukowski-lives.7435/ , and videos.

 

 

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