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Various - Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat (The Dial-A-Poem Poets) flac album
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Various - Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat (The Dial-A-Poem Poets) flac album

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Sugar, Alcohol, & Meat (The Dial-A-Poem Poets)
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Alternative Rock, Spoken Word, Experimental, Poetry
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1472 mb
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A1 Peter Gordon Extract From "External Niceties"
Voice – David Van Tieghem
A2 John Giorno I Resign Myself To Being Here
A3-I John Cage Alex & Gretchen Corazzo
A3-II John Cage The 6th Patriach Of Zen Buddhism
A3-III John Cage Once I Was Visiting My Aunt Marge
A3-IV John Cage Dorothy Invited Me
A3-V John Cage One Of Suzuki's
A4 Tom Carey Good Night Irene
A5-I Andreí Vosnesensky* I Am Goya
A5-II Andreí Vosnesensky* Song Of Moscow Ancient Church Bells
B1 Miguel Pinero New York City Hard Times Blues
B2 Miguel Algarin Setenta Y Cinco Abriles
B3 Mitchelle Kreigman In The Bathtub
B4 William S. Burroughs I Was Traveling Wth The Intolerable Kid On The Nova Lark (From Nova Express)
B5 William S. Burroughs Jr. Translucent Boy, An Excellent Time, & For Neal Cassidy
B6 Charlie Morrow O Yeh - Don't Die
B7 Ted Berrigan To Jack Kerouac
C1 Charlotte Carter Six Months In Brooklyn
C2 Patti Smith Parade
C3 Cliff Fyman Coffee
C4 Robin Messing 3 Subway Poems (From "Temporary Worker")
C5 Paul Violi Whalefeathers
C6 Bob Holman Rap It Up
C7 Allen Ginsberg C.I.A. Dope Calypso
C8 Anne Waldman Lady Tactics
C9 John Ashbery Litany
C10 Beth Anderson I Can't Stand It
C11 Rene Ricard Rene Ricard Famous At 20
D1 Barbara Barg Chicks
D2 Ned Sublette Nice Young Mormons
D3 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 Nights Work In "The Adult Life Of Toulouse Lautrec")
D4 Eileen Myles Lorna & Vicki
D5 Barbara Barg So Fine, With Chassler
D6 Didi Susan Dubelyew Who Needs Exercise
D7 Rochelle Kraut New Born Sleep
D8 Gary Snyder What You Should Know To Be A Poet
D9 Daniela Gioseffi Eggs
D10 Regina Beck Message From Confucius
D11 Bernard Heidsieck Canal Street
D12 Charles Bernstein Wall As
D13 Steve McCaffery Viking Log (Part 2)
Saxophone – Ted Moses
D14 Ron Padgett Zzzzz

Notes

Recorded 1975-1980 at various locations in NYC.
Gatefold jacket.


One day a New York mother saw her 12-year old son with two friends listening to the telephone and giggling. In the middle of the Dial-A-Poem experience was the giant self-consuming media machine choosing you as some of its food, which also lets you get your hands on the controls because you’ve made a new system of communication poetry. The newspaper, magazine, TC and radio coverage had the effect of making everyone want to call Dial-A-Poem. We got up to the maximum limit of the equipment and stayed there. On this LP of Dial-A-Poem Poets are 27 poets. The records are a selection of highlights of poetry that spontaneously grew over 20 years from 1953 to 1972, mostly in American, representing many aspects and different approaches to dealing with words and sound.

The Dial-A-Poem Poets. July 13, 2009July 3, 2018admin. John Giorno’s Dial-A-Poem/Giorno Poetry Systems series are a trove of recordings starting from 1972 and going strong until the last issue Cash Cow in 1993. The very first Dial-A-Poem Poets record, 1972. At this point, with the war and the repression and everything, we thought this was a good way for the movement to reach people. Totally Corrupt from 1976.

Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 13- Charlotte Carter- Six months in Brooklyn. Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 32 Daiela Gioseffi- Eggs. Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 35 Charles Bernstein- Wall as8. 02:46. Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 19- Allen Ginsberg- C-I-A- Dope Calypso. Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 3 John Cage- 5 Stories in the style of Indeterminacy (1979). Sugar-Alcohol-Meat 26 Kathy Acker- I was walking down the street.

The Dial-a-Poem Poets: Sugar, Alcohol & Meat, GPS, GPS GPS 016-017, 1980. Polyphonix 1, GPS 024, 1981. One World Poetry GPS 028-029, 1981. John Giorno & Glenn Branca: Who You Staring At?, GPS 025, 1982. The Dial-a-Poem Poets: Life Is a Killer, GPS 027, 1982. Lenny Kaye Connection: I've Got a Right, GPS 032, 1984. The Dial-a-Poem Poets: Better an Old Demon Than a New God, GPS 033, 1984  . You're a Hook: The 15-Year Anniversary of Dial-a-Poem (1968-1983), GPS 030, 1984. A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse, GPS 035, 1985. Cash Cow: The Best of Giorno Poetry Systems, GPS 044, 1993.

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