Thursday, October 18, 2012

Celebrating Jack Kerouac: John Sinclair Radio Show 461

John Sinclair Radio Show 461

John Sinclair Radio Show 461

Celebrating Jack Kerouac with selections from his albums Poetry For The Beat Generation with Steve Allen, Blues and Haikus with Al Cohn & Zoot Sims, and Readings By Jack Kerouac On The Beat Generation, completed by selections from his musical counterpart, Mr. Charlie Parker, and my own recording of “brilliant corners” with the Beatnik Youth Orchestra, plus a closing spiritual number from the Treme Brass Band. Episode 461 is coming out of the UMASS-Lowell Inn & Conference Center in Lowell MA where I’ve been ensconced this weekend for the Jack Kerouac festival, formally known as Lowell Celebrates Kerouac in the great author’s home town and performing as Poet In Residence for this year’s celebration in partnership with the legendary David Amram, playing together at the Dom Polski Hall and the 119 Gallery.
The John Sinclair Foundation Presents

UMASS-Lowell Inn & Conference Center, Lowell MA, Monday, October 15, 2012 @ 5:00-6:00 am [20-1242]
[01] Opening Music: Johnny Pate: Charlie Ventura & His Orchestra: Ha
[02] John Sinclair ID & Intro Comments with Wayne Kramer
[03] Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen: October In The Railroad Earth
[04] Charlie Parker: Blues for Alice
[05] Fantasy: The Early History Of Bop
[06] Charlie Parker: She Rote
[07] John Sinclair Comments
[08] Jack Kerouac: Old Western Movies
[09] Charlie Parker: K.C. Blues
[10] Jack Kerouac & Steve Allen: M̩xico City Blues Р239-241. Charlie Parker
[11] Charlie Parker: Au Privave
[12] John Sinclair Comments
[13] John Sinclair & Beatnik Youth: Brilliant Corners
[14] John Sinclair Closing Comments & Outro
[15] Closing Music: Treme Brass Band: Just a Closer Walk with Thee

Hosted by John Sinclair for Radio Free Amsterdam
Produced, edited & assembled by John Sinclair
Executive Producer: Sidney Daniels
Special thanks to Richard & Elaine Breaud, David Amram, Laki Vas, Eero Ruutila & Pretty Tony
Sponsored by Ceres Seeds & The Hempshopper, Amsterdam
© 2012 The John Sinclair Foundation


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