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audio 04:43 Tuli Kupferberg- 'Greenwich Village Of My Dreams'- In One Of His Final Studio Recordings, Tuli Recites His Exquisite Poem To Musical Accompaniment - We Miss You Tuli

Tuli Kupferberg- 'Greenwich Village Of My ...

Tuli Kupferberg was a poet, a songwriter, a singer, a Fug, an activist and just possibly, The Last Bohemian. Tuli was also my friend. This recitation of his truly wonderful poem displays his heart, warmth, humor and devotion to the mystery of history. We proudly present a great work and a dear man.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/20/2013 08:17 AM

audio 17:17 Brother Theodore-'With A Tongue Of Madness'- The Out Of Print LP- Carnegie Hall, 1959- Side Two

Brother Theodore-'With A Tongue Of Madness...

“Creatures of twilight and delusion, we drift toward our unknown ends. And that is why I feel the best thing is not to be born.

“But who is as lucky as that? To whom does it happen? Not to one out of millions and millions of people!”—Brother Theodore

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/20/2013 07:55 AM

audio 18:29 Brother Theodore- 'With A Tongue Of Madness'- Entertainment Of Sinister and Disconcerting Humor-Recorded Midnight At Carnegie Hall- Halloween, 1959- The Long Out Of Print Proscenium LP- Side One

Brother Theodore- 'With A Tongue Of Madnes...

Theodore Gottlieb was no ordinary monologist. He was a survivor of the terror of Hitler. His parents and Grandmother were slaughtered. His mother had an affair with Einstein. He gave the Nazi’s the family fortune to escape death. He became a Chess hustler. And then……He transformed into Brother T

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/20/2013 07:32 AM

audio 22:24 Lenny Bruce- 'Why Did Lenny Bruce Die?'-- The Original, Out Of Print, Capitol Records Album- 1966- Side Two: The Fall

Lenny Bruce- 'Why Did Lenny Bruce Die?'-- ...

This side of the Lenny Bruce mountain takes us to the decline of a brilliant social Commentator and comic whose craft is eternal even though the players upon our social stages change in name and in time. It’s still all meat from the same bone.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/20/2013 06:23 AM

audio 21:32 Lenny Bruce- 'Why Did Lenny Bruce Die?'- The Original, Out of Print, Capitol Records Album-Pressed and Released In 1966- Side One: The Rise

Lenny Bruce- 'Why Did Lenny Bruce Die?'- T...

Jesus. Has it really been 47 years since Lenny was devoured by a deluded society and a syringe? Yup. This LP, never available on CD, delivers a potent punch to the gut as we revisit this agent of reckless abandon and how he shaped the new stand up ideology that has run a persistent course in comedy

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/20/2013 06:02 AM

audio 21:30 Kenneth Rexroth- 'Thou Shalt Not Kill'- Mr. Rexroth Reads His Famed 1953 Poem To Free Form Jazz Accompaniment In 1957

Kenneth Rexroth- 'Thou Shalt Not Kill'- Mr...

This piece was written soon after the death of Dylan Thomas from alcoholism and is also known as ‘A Memorial for Dylan Thomas’. The poem was composed in what Rexroth’s friend Henry Miller later described as ‘white heat’.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/17/2013 07:28 AM

video 19:08 SLEAZE- MANIA!!!  Movie Trailers From 1930's- 1950's Cinema Hell !!! Caution: BEWARE: The Truth Can Be Very Hard To Handle!!!

SLEAZE- MANIA!!! Movie Trailers From 1930...

A psychoanalyst suggests that the audience use hypnovista and watch these movie previews, shown more or less in chronological order. If that ain’t the glorious beginning of a journey to Weirds-Ville, I don’t know what is. Sit back, relax and attempt to cease laughing.

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/16/2013 06:46 AM

video 12:01 Gene Krupa and Benny Goodman On The Sid Caesar Show- Nov. 1, 1954- A Tribute To The Famed Goodman Carnegie Hall Concert of 1937! Featuring The Great Charlie Shavers.

Gene Krupa and Benny Goodman On The Sid Ca...

This is what what was Rockin’ the schoolyards in the late 30’s through WW2. Too Cool For School! The musicianship was profound as was the sound. Dig?

The narration in this clip is incorrect. The tribute was designed to salute the breakthrough Carnegie Hall concert of ‘37, not the Paramount Theater

Posted by Rich Buckland, 03/11/2013 06:19 AM