Monday, September 15, 2008

TOTR 31: Reality Sandwiches at Uncle Ginsy's Audio Cafe

All tracks by Allen Ginsberg!

For poems included in the Portable Beat Reader, I have included page numbers.

Walking at Night in Key West
A Supermarket in California (p. 71)
Sunflower Sutra (p. 72)

First Party at Ken Kesey's (p. 543)

Pacific High Studio Mantras (Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum)

Wichita Vortex Sutra, Pt. 3 (p. 544)
4 A.M. Blues New York Blues New York Youth Call Annunciation
Capitol Air

CIA Dope Calypso

Vomit Express [Alternate Mix]

Prayer Blues

Father Death Blues
Do the Meditation Rock

1 comment:

emlittle21 said...

I'm not going to lie and say I really enjoyed the whole radio show. It was a good show and very informational about Allen Ginsberg. The readings of the poems was a little boring to me, probably because I was so tired but the did not interest me as much as the songs did. I really did enjoy the songs even though they were a little weird. Especially close to the end. I'm not sure of the name of it but it said, "break your leg because there is nothing to stand on, break your body because there is no where to be" and then it goes on to ask Jesus for mercy. All that seemed very weird to me, and since Ginsberg was not much of a religious man, except for Buddhism, it was just awkward to me. I definitely have to say I enjoyed his songs more than his reading while listening on the radio.