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Sitwell, Osbert.
Osbert Sitwell Reading From His Poetry. TC 1013.
A Fine copy of this vinyl recording in a Very Good original illustrated sleeve. Sitwell reads selections from "Wrack At Tidesend," "England Reclaimed," and other volumes.

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[Poetry Reading] Guthrie, A. B. Jr.
A.B. Guthrie, Jr. Reads from The Big Sky.
A fine copy of this vinyl LP in a Fine bright record sleeve. Guthrie reads chapters 1, 3, and 9 of his famous novel.

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[Poetry Recording] Thomas, Dylan reading.
Quite Early One Morning and other Memories.
Near Fine in Near Fine sleeve w/some rubbing & age darkening. On this recording, Thomas reads Quite Early One Morning, Reminiscences of Childhood, A Visit to Grandpa's, and Holiday Memory.

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[Spoken Word] Brautigan, Richard.
Listening to Richard Brautigan.
A Fine record in a Near Fine sleeve with a hole punch mark through one corner of the sleeve. This vinyl recording features Brautigan reading from his works including: The Telephone Door to Richard Brautigan; Trout Fishing in America; Love Poem; A Confederate General from Big Sur; Here are the Sounds of My life in San Francisco; The Pill Versus the Springhill Mine Disaster; Revenge of the Lawn; The Telephone Door That Leads Eventually to Some Love Poems; In Watermelon Sugar; Here are Some More Sounds of My Life; Short Stories about California; Boo, Forever.

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[Vinyl Recording] Patchen, Kenneth.
Kenneth Patchen with The Chamber Jazz Sextet. CLP 3004.
A Fine copy of this vinyl recording in a Near Fine sleeve. Morgan F1. Patchen experimented with different forms of writing and incorporated painting, drawing, and jazz music into his works, which were often compared with those of William Blake and Walt Whitman. Patchen's biographer wrote that he "developed in his fabulous fables, love poems, and picture poems a deep yet modern mythology that conveys a sense of compassionate wonder amidst the world's violence." Patchen received praise from the jazz critic Ralph Gleason for his jazz-poetry readings with the Chamber Jazz Sextet writing, "I think [Patchen's reading] technique presents the possibilities of an entire new medium of expression; a combination of jazz and poetry that would take nothing away from either form but would create something entirely new." Along with his friend and peer Kenneth Rexroth, he was a central influence over the San Francisco Renaissance and the Beat Generation. In this vinyl recording, poet Patchen reads eight of his poems including: The Murder of Two Men By A Young Kid Wearing Lemon Colored Gloves, State of the Nation, Do the Dead Know What Time it Is? And with the Sorrows of This Joyousness, The Lute in the Attic, Lonesome Boy Blues, Limericks, and I Went to The City.

Price: $225.00
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