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The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Disconnected (1974), front and back covers

The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Disconnected (1974), front and back covers

The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Disconnected (1974), inside spread

The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Disconnected (1974), inside spread

The Dial-A-Poem Poets: Disconnected

Side One
1. Allen Ginsberg – I'm A Victim Of Telephones, from Planet News (GPS, New York, December 1968)
2. Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche – Cynical Letter, A Letter To Marpa, Sound Cycle (Aham) (Boulder, Colorado, March 1974, recording engineer Marv Ross)
3. John Giorno – Suicide Sutra (GPS, New York, September 1973)
4. William S. Burroughs – What Washington, What Orders, from Exterminator (GPS, New York, April 1, 1974)
5. Charles Plymell – 100 Flies On An Airplane Flying Around The World, from The Trashing Of America (St. Mark’s Church, New York, February 6, 1974)
6. Michael Brownstein – Monologue From The Top, from Brainstorms (GPS, New York, February 7 1974)

Side Two
1. John Cage – Excerpt from Silence (Carbondale, Indiana, March 1969)
2. Anne Waldman – Fast Speaking Woman (GPS, New York, May 19, 1973)
3. Diane Di Prima – Excerpt from Loba (St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, March 9, 1973)
4. Bernadette Mayer – Excerpt from Studying Hunger (Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 3, 1973)
5. Robert Creeley – The Name (First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, August 31, 1973)
6. Diane Wakoski – Exorcism (GPS, May 11, 1970)
7. Lorenzo Thomas – High Heel Jesus (GPS, June 19, 1973)
8. Gregory Corso – Marriage (The New School, New York, March 7, 1973)
9. Maureen Owen – Body Rush (GPS, February 14, 1974)
10. Ed Sanders – Stand By My Side, Oh Lord (GPS, May 9, 1973)
11. Charles Olson – The Ridge (SUNY at Cortland, New York, October 20, 1967)

Side Three
1. Allen Ginsberg – Jimmy Berman (Musicians are Bob Dylan, Artie and Happy Traum, John Schole, Arthur Russell and David Amram. Recorded at The Record Plant, New York, November 1971)
2. Joe Brainard – Excerpt from More I Remember More (GPS, February 11, 1974)
3. John Wieners – Excerpt from Memories In A Small Apartment (St. Mark’s Church, New York, February 13, 1974)
4. Gerard Malanga – A Last Poem (Tentative Title) (Rutgers University, New Jersey, November 20, 1969)
5. John Perreault – Nude Death (Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 3, 1973)
6. Jack Spicer – Excerpt from Billy The Kid (Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada, June 1965)
7. Jim Carroll – From The Basketball Diaries, Age 13, Spring 1965 (GPS, April 25, 1973)
8. Peter Orlovsky – All Around The Garden (GPS, February 26, 1974)

Side Four
1. Imamu Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones) – Our Nation Is Like Ourselves (Buffalo State College, New York, April 24, 1970)
2. Michael McClure – Lion Poem (St. Mark’s Church, New York, March 13, 1974)
3. Ed Dorn – Recollections Of Grande Apacharia (First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, August 31, 1973)
4. Frank Lima – The Hunter (St. Mark’s Church, New York, January 23, 1974)
5. Frank O'Hara – Adieu Norman, Bonjour To Joan And Jean Paul, from Lunch Poems (SUNY at Buffalo, New York, September 1964)
6. Bill Berkson – Stanky (GPS, December 1968)
7. Larry Fagin – A Play (GPS, April 1969)
8. Tom Clark – Little Aria (Bolinas, California, June 19, 1972)
9. Paul Blackburn – The Once-Over, from Brooklyn Manhattan Transit (Jerry Newman and Eugene Brooks, New York, September 1963)
10. Philip Whalen – If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich (Reed College, Oregon, October 27, 1965)
11. Ron Padgett – June 17, 1942 (GPS, February 9, 1974)
12. John Ashbery – The Tennis Court Oath (GPS, February 26, 1969)
13. Clark Coolidge – Excerpt from Dews (8 Channel) (Mills College Tape Center, Oakland, California, April 1969)
14. Charles Amirkhanian – Radii (Swedish Radio, Stockholm, April 1972)

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