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The Dial-A-Poem Poets LP, front and back covers

The Dial-A-Poem Poets LP, front and back covers

The Dial-A-Poem Poets LP, inside spread

The Dial-A-Poem Poets

Side One

1. Allen Ginsberg – Vajra Mantra (Western Illinois University, April 15, 1972)

2. Diane Di Prima – Revolutionary Letters Nos. 7, 13, 16, 49 (GPS, New York, March 21, 1969)

3. William Burroughs – Excerpts from The Wild Boys (Duke Street, London, November 19, 1971)

4. Anne Waldman – Pressure, Holy City (GPS, New York, June 9, 1972)

5. John Giorno – Vajra Kisses (GPS, New York, August 9, 1972)

 

Side Two

1. Emmett Williams – Duet (GPS, New York, December 1968)

2. Ed Sanders – Cemetery Hill (Berkeley Poetry Conference, California, July 19, 1965)

3. Taylor Mead – Motorcycles (GPS, New York, January 1969)

4. Allen Ginsberg – Green Automobile 1953 (Recorded Sacramento State College, April 23, 1971)

5. Robert Creeley – The Messenger For Allen Ginsberg, I Know A Man (Bolinas, California, July 1971)

6. 11. Harris Schiff – Poems (98 Greene Street Loft, New York, April 4, 1972)

7. Lenore Kandel – Kali (Berkeley Poetry Conference, California, July 19, 1965)

8. Aram Saroyan – Not A Cricket (GPS, New York, February 1969)

9. Philip Whalen – Excerpt from Scenes Of Life At The Capitol (YMHA Poetry Center, New York, November 15, 1971)

10. Ted Berrigan – Excerpt from The Sonnets (Berkeley Poetry Conference, California, July 19, 1965)

 

Side Three

1. Frank O’Hara – Ode To Joy, To Hell With It (New York, September 1963)

2. Joe Brainard – Excerpt from I Remember (Calais, Vermont, July 1970)

3. Clark Coolidge – Small Inventions: Suite V (Plurals) Secante, Suite IV (Mills College, California, January 1969)

4. Jim Carroll – Excerpts from The Basketball Diaries (GPS, New York, March 1969)

5. John Cage – Mushroom Haiku (St. Mark’s Church, New York, April 1972)

6. Bernadette Mayer – These Stories About After The Revolution (New York, September 1970)

7. Michael Brownstein – Geography (GPS, New York, November 1970)
 

Side Four

1. Brion Gysin – I Am That I Am (BBC, London, 1958)

2. John Sinclair – The Destruction Of America (Berkeley Poetry Conference, California, July 19, 1965)

3. Anne Waldman – How the Sestina (Yawn) Works (GPS, New York, June 9, 1972)

4. Heathcote Williams – I Will Not Pay Taxes Until (GPS, New York, March, 1969)

5. David Henderson – The Louisiana Weekly No. 1 Ruckus Poem Part 1 (GPS, New York, December, 1968)

6. Bobby Seale – Excerpt from Fillmore East Speech (New York, May 20, 1968)

7. Kathleen Cleaver – Excerpt from Fillmore East Speech (New York, May 20, 1968)

8. Allen Ginsberg – Blake Song: Merrily We Welcome In The Year (Corning Community College, New York, November, 1971)

 

Photograph and design: Les Levine

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