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    Philip Larkin - The Sunday Sessions - Philip Larkin Reading His Poetry album cover

    Philip LarkinThe Sunday Sessions - Philip Larkin Reading His Poetry

    Label:Faber Vinyl – 9780571289158
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Non-Music
    Style:Audiobook, Poetry, Spoken Word

    Tracklist

    A-1Lines On A Young Lady's Photograph Album
    A-21914
    A-3Toads
    A-4The Explosion
    A-5A Study Of Reading Habits
    A-6Home Is So Sad
    A-7Poem 10 From The North Ship
    A-8Afternoons
    A-9The Old Fools
    A-10For Sidney Bechet
    A-11Poem 30 From The North Ship
    A-12Next, Please
    A-13The Trees
    A-14Church Going
    B-15The Whitsun Weddings
    B-16Cut Grass
    B-17Vers De Societe
    B-18Poem 13 From The North Ship
    B-19At Grass
    B-20Mr Bleaney
    B-21Coming
    B-22Toads Revisited
    B-23The Building
    B-24Days
    B-25Wires
    B-26An Arundel Tomb
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    Notes

    The Sunday Sessions consists of twenty-six poems, the contents of two tapes recorded by Philip Larkin in Hull in February 1980 - reportedly, each on a Sunday, after lunch with John Weeks, a sound engineer and colleague of the poet. The tapes, which contain work from Larkin’s first mature collection, The Less Deceived, as well as poems from his best-known collections, The Whitsun Weddings and High Windows, remained ‘lost’ for over two decades, lying on a shelf in the garage in which they were recorded. Their contents are here released in full as a special vinyl edition to reflect Larkin's own love of records."

    Tracks 1, 3, 12, 14, 19, 21, 25 from The Less Deceived; 2, 5, 6, 8, 10, 15, 20, 22, 24, 26 from The Whitsun Weddings; 4, 9, 13, 16, 17, 23 from High Windows

    Photograph © The British Library Board / Fay Godwin

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 978-0-571-28915-8

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