Various ‎– Disconnected (The Dial-A-Poem Poets)

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Giorno Poetry Systems ‎– GPS 003
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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1-1 Allen Ginsberg I'm A Victim Of Telephones 1:30
1-2 Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche* Cynical Letter, A Letter To Marpa, Sound Cycle (Aham)
Engineer [Recording Engineer] – Marv Ross (2)
7:05
1-3 John Giorno Suicide Sutra 7:17
1-4 William S. Burroughs What Washington, What Orders, From Exterminator 7:01
1-5 Charles Plymell 100 Flies On An Airplane Flying Around The World, From The Thrashing Of America 2:54
1-6 Michael Brownstein Monologue From The Top, From Brainstorms 1:46
1-7 John Cage Excerpt From Silence 1:55
2-1 Anne Waldman Fast Speaking Woman 5:32
2-2 Diane Di Prima Excerpt From Loba 2:18
2-3 Bernadette Mayer Excerpt From Studying Hunger 3:31
2-4 Robert Creeley The Name 1:14
2-5 Diane Wakoski Exorcism 2:25
2-6 Lorenzo Thomas High Heel Jesus 1:22
2-7 Gregory Corso Marriage 7:20
2-8 Maureen Owen Body Rush 0:52
2-9 Ed Sanders Stand By My Side, Oh Lord 2:13
2-10 Charles Olson The Ridge 2:42
3-1 Allen Ginsberg Jimmy Bearman
Instruments – Arthur Russell, Bob Dylan, David Amram, Artie And Happy Traum*, John Schole
4:04
3-2 Joe Brainard Excerpt From More I Remember More 6:33
3-3 John Wieners Excerpt From Memories In A Small Apartment 4:35
3-4 Gerard Malanga A Last Poem (Tentative Title) 0:40
3-5 John Perreault Nude Death 1:38
3-6 Jack Spicer Excerpt From Billy The Kid 3:43
3-7 Jim Carroll From The Busterball Diaries, Age 13, Spring 1965 3:43
3-8 Peter Orlovsky All Around The Garden 4:32
4-1 Imamu Amiri Baraka* Our Nation Is Like Ourselves 4:42
4-2 Michael McClure Lion Poem 2:08
4-3 Ed Dorn (2) Recollections Of Grande Apacharia 4:28
4-4 Frank Lima The Hunter 1:35
4-5 Frank O'Hara Adieu Norman, Bonjour To Joan And Jean Paul, From Lunch Poems 3:07
4-6 Bill Berkson Stanky 0:16
4-7 Larry Fagin A Play 0:18
4-8 Tom Clark (3) Little Aria 0:38
4-9 Paul Blackburn (2) The Once-Over, From Brooklyn Manhattan Trancit 1:13
4-10 Philip Whelan If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich 1:56
4-11 Ron Padgett June 17, 1942 4:18
4-12 John Ashbery The Tennis Court Oath 1:56
4-13 Clark Coolidge Excerpt From Dews (8 Channel) 1:07
4-14 Charles Amirkhanian Radii 2:05

Credits

  • Artwork By, Photography – Les Levine

Notes

Comes in a gatefold sleeve.
Produced by Giorno Poetry Systems records.
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Allen Ginsberg: I'm A Victim Of Telephones (From Planet News), recorded GPS, December 1968
Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche: Cynical Letter, A letter to Marpa, Sound Cycle (Aham), recorded Boulder, Colorado, March 1974.
John Giorno: Suicide Sutra, recorded GPS, September 1973.
William S. Burroughs: What Washington, What Orders, From Exterminator, recorded GPS, April 1, 1974.
Charles Plymell: 100 Flies On An Airplane Flying Around The World, From The Thrashing Of America, recorded St. Mark's Church, New York, February 6, 1974.
Michael Brownstein: Monologue From The Top, From Brainstorms, recorded GPS, February 7, 1974
John Cage: Silence (Excerpt), recorded Carbondale, Indiana, March 1969
This is actually the beginning of 'Diary:
How to Improve the World (You'll Only Make Matters Worse) continued 1967'
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Anne Waldman: Fast Speaking Woman, recorded GPS, May 19, 1973.
Diane di Prima: Loba (excerpt), St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York, March 9, 1973.
Bernadette Mayer: Studying Hunger (excerpt), recorded the Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 3, 1973.
Robert Creeley: The Name, recorded First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, August 31, 1973.
Diane Wakoski: Exorcism, recorded, GPS, May 11, 1970.
Lorenzo Thomas: High Heel Jesus, recorded GPS, June 19, 1973.
Gregory Corso: Marriage, recorded The New School, New York, March 7, 1973.
Maureen Owen: Body Rush, recorded GPS, February 14, 1974.
Ed Sanders: Stand By My Side, Oh Lord, recorded GPS, May 9, 1973.
Charles Olson: The Ridge, recorded SUNY at Cortland, New York, October 20, 1967.
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Allen Ginsberg: Jimmy Berman, recorded at The Record Plant, New York, November 1971.
Joe Brainard: More I Remember More (Excerpt), recorded GPS, February 11, 1974.
John Wieners: Memories In A Small Apartment (Excerpt), recorded St. Mark's Church, New York, February 13, 1974
Gerard Malanga: A Last Poem (Tentative Title), recorded Rutgers University, New Jersey, November 20, 1969.
John Perreault: Nude Death, recorded Museum of Modern Art, New York, May 3, 1973
Jack Spicer: Billy The Kid (Excerpt), recorded Art Gallery, Vancover, Canada, June 1965.
Jim Carroll: The Basketball Diaries, Age 13, Spring 1965, recorded GPS, April 25, 1973
Peter Orlovsky: All Around The Garden, recorded GPS, February 26, 1974.
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Imamu Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones): Our Nation Is Like Ourselves, recorded Buffalo State College, New York, April 24, 1970.
Michael McClure: Lion Poem, recorded St. Mark's Church, New York, March 13, 1974.
Ed Dorn: Recollections Of Grande Apacharia, recorded First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, August 31, 1973.
Frank Lima: The Hunter, recorded St. Mark's Church, New York, January 23, 1974.
Frank O'Hara: Adieu Norman, Bonjour To Joan And Jean-Paul, recorded Suny at Buffalo, New York, September 1964.
Bill Berkson: Stanky, recorded GPS, December 1968.
Larry Fagin: A Play, recorded GPS, April 1969.
Tom Clark: Little Aria, recorded Bolinas, California, June 19, 1972.
Paul Blackburn: The Once-Over (From Brooklyn Manhattan Transit), recorded by Jerry Newman and Eugene Brooks, New York, September 1963.
Philip Whelan: If You're So Smart, Why Aren't You Rich, recorded Reed College, California, October 27, 1965.
Ron Padgett: June 17, 1942, recorded GPS, February 9, 1974.
John Ashbery: The Tennis Court Oath, recorded GPS, February 26, 1969.
Clark Coolidge: Dews (Excerpt), recorded Mills College Tape Center, Oakland, California, April 1969.
Charles Amirkhanian: RADII, recorded Swedish Radio, Stockholm, April 1972.

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April 23, 2012
If anyone is ever selling this, please contact me directly before posting to the store. More than likely, I will buy it immediately.