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Charles Bukowski - "King Of Poets" - The Home Recordings - One Hour Of Rare Bukowski Readings From His Personal Audio Cassettes

These recordings make you feel as if Buk is reciting just for your pleasure. You can imagine him in a beat up old chair, beer cans lined up on a small coffee table in front of him, revealing his daring soul through the craft he was born to elevate.

Posted 08/14/2019 05:22 PM

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Charles Bukowski- Charles In Charge as He Combats the Crowd!- A Buk Battle Royal With His Audience In Vancouver, Canada On October 12, 1979- From The Movie "There's Gonna Be a Goddamn Riot In Here", Filmed by Dennis Del Torre

Charles was known for a combative nature, provocatively enhanced when alcohol was added to his biological equation. Bukowski could be one of the meanest SOB’s on the planet as well as a charming creature from a blackened lagoon. He was finally an incredibly sweet carpenter of knowing poetic dreams.

Posted 11/18/2014 01:06 PM

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Charles Bukowski - "How To Round Out A Tape" - The 'King of Poets' Often Recorded Works In Progress On Cassette Tapes as a Musician Might Do With Song - This Entry Chillingly Ends One of Those Documents

Another discovery from the gift that keeps on giving, Charles ‘Hank’ Bukowski.

Posted 09/18/2013 03:46 PM

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Charles Bukowski- Hostage- His Finest Live Reading! 1 Hour- 1980.

This exquisite hour features The ‘King of Poets’ reading live at Sweetwaters in Redondo Beach, California in 1980. Mr. Bukowski was the last great American poet, resting in comfort next to the likes of Ginsberg, Burrroughs and Jim Carroll. His dynamic visions are on full display as is his humor. Dig

Posted 01/26/2011 09:57 AM

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Charles Bukowski -The Creation Of The Morning Line

Another splendid fury of observation as donated by the master of depiction of all that is humane and honest.

Posted 12/05/2007 03:35 PM

Charles Bukowski -Something For The Touts, The Nuns, The Grocery Clerks And You.

The legendary and prolific gambler of poetic insights, as caught live at the City Lights Bookstore in San Francisco on September 14th, 1972.

Posted 12/05/2007 03:06 PM