Dial-A-Poem Poets : Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat

Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat: The Dial-A-Poem Poets, LP cover art.

THE DIAL-A-POEM POETS
SUGAR, ALCOHOL, & MEAT

1980
GIORNO POETRY SYSTEMS RECORDS
GPS 018-019

Feature Track:
William S. Burroughs
from Nova Express
: I was traveling with The Intolerable Kid on The Nova Lark

 
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THE POETRY:

Peter Gordon
Excerpt from Extended Niceties,
performed by Peter Gordon & David Van Tiegham

John Giorno
I Resigned Myself to Being Here

John Cage
Alex & Gretchen Corazzo
The 6th Patriarch Of Zen Buddhism
Once I Was Visiting My Aunt Marge
Dorothy Invited Me
One of Suzuki’s Books

Tom Carey

Good Night Irene

Andreí Vosnesensky
I Am Goya, Song of Moscow Ancient Church Bells

Miguel Pinero
New York City Hard Times Blues

Miguel Algarin
Setenta Y Cinco Abriles

Mitchell Kreigman
In The Bathtub, recorded at Z.B.S. Media, Fort Edward, New York, July, 1979

William S. Burroughs
❉ from Nova Express: I was traveling with The Intolerable Kid on The Nova Lark

Translucent Boy, An Excellent Time, & For Neal Cassidy

Charlie Morrow
O Yeh–Don’t Die

Ted Berrigan

To Jack Kerouac

Charlotte Carter

Six Months in Brooklyn

Patti Smith
Parade

Cliff Fyman
Coffee

Robin Messing
3 Subway Poems from “Temporary Worker”

Paul Violi
Whalefeathers

Bob Holman
RAP IT UP

Allen Ginsberg
C.I.A. Dope Calypso, accompanied by Steven Taylor

Anne Waldman

Lady Tactics

John Ashbery
Litany

Beth Anderson
I Can’t Stand It

Rene Ricard
Rece Ricard Famous At 20

Barbara Barg
Chicks

Ned Sublette

Nice Young Mormons

Kathy Acker

I Was Walking Down The Street, one of the fairytales the whores of Montmartre tell each other to put each other to sleep after a hard night’s work in “The Adult Life of Tolouse Lautrec”

Eileen Myles
Lorna & Vicki

Barbara Barg
So Fine, with Chassler

Didi Susan Dubelyew
Who Needs Exercise

Rochelle Kraut

New Born Sleep

Gary Snyder

What You Should Know To Be A Poet

Daniela Gioseffi
Eggs

Regina Beck

Message From Confucius

Bernard Heidseick

Canal Street, No. 4

Charles Bernstein

Wall As

Steve McCaffery
Viking Log Part 2, with Ted Moses on sax

Ron Padgett
Zzzzz

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“Dial-A-Poem Poets: Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat”

  1. james
    james Says:

    Love it!!

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