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Allen Ginsberg – First Blues 1971-83 (Rare Recording Incl. Bob Dylan) (2CD)

Allen Ginsberg – First Blues 1971-83
Rare Recording Incl. Bob Dylan
2CD

Fascinating collection of Ginsberg music/poetry odds and ends!

This includes a few tracks from sessions with Bob DYLAN from 1971!

Although quite over-rated as a poet, some of the pieces in here are quite good.

As I listen to this two-CD recording by the late Allen Ginsberg, I cannot help thinking about Dick Cheney. The American vice president might just be the exact polar opposite of Allen Ginsberg, kind of a beat Dr. Evil. I suspect he’s never heard Ginsberg read his unexpurgated Buddhist poetry or joined a sing-along with his harmonium. But then again, who knows what Cheney does in his bunker. He might be learning the lyrics to “Everybody Sing”—”everybody is just a little bit homosexual, whether they like it or not.”

The famous poet was nearly beatified before his death in 1997. His recordings have included poetry readings, of course, but also song. His most easily accessible release would be The Lion For Real (Great Jones, 1989), a Hal Willner-produced session with jazz artists Marc Ribot, Arto Lindsay and Bill Frisell. He also recorded with Philip Glass, Paul McCartney and The Clash.

First Blues, a reissue of a long out-of-print LP, revives these sessions from 1971 (with Bob Dylan and Anne Waldman), 1976 (with famous producer John Hammond) and 1981. Ginsberg’s naked voice is quite honest. Like his poetry, he can strip a lyric to plain meaning, whether he speaks about war, corporate greed or sex with young men. Like the late recordings of John Lennon, pretensions are dropped. How else can you sing about dildos and eternity?

File these sessions as Ginsberg unplugged, covering tunes he is famous for: “Father Death Blues,” “Vomit Express (Going To Puerto Rico),” and “CIA Dope Calypso.” Raw, funny and beautiful, his life and his karma endures in this music. I don’t know if we should miss him in these troubled times or we should be happy he doesn’t have to endure them.


Track listing: CD1: Going To San Diego; Vomit Express; Jimmy Berman (Gay Lib Rag); NY Youth Call Annunciation; CIA Dope Calypso; Put Down Yr Cigarette Rag; Sickness Blues; Broken Bone Blues; Stay Away From White House; Hard-On Blues; Guru Blues. CD2: Everybody Sing; Gospel Nobel Truths; Bus Ride Ballad To Suva; Prayer Blues – 1972; Love Forgiven; Father Death Blues; Dope Fiend Blues Tyger; You Are My Dildo; Old Pond; No Reason; My Pretty Rode Tree; Capitol Air.

Personnel: Allen Ginsberg: vocals, harmonium, finger cymbals, song sticks; David Amram: French horn, flute, recorder, piano, hi-hat; Perry Robinson: clarinet, Bob Dylan: guitar; Happy Traum: banjo; Jon Sholle: guitar, bass, banjo, ukulele, harmonizer, maracas, drums; Surya: zither; Moruga: drums; Arthur Russell: cello, tambourine; David Mansfield: mandolin, bass guitar, pedal steel guitar, violin; Stephen Taylor: recorder, guitar, conga; Peter Orlovsky: vocals.

By Mark Corroto

Published: April 02, 2006

Allen Ginsberg – Father Death Blues

Hey Father Death, I’m flying home
past streets that should bare your name
and sad shadows Tattooed with a bolar cap and your 6 foot frame.
Hey Father Death I’m taking flight
I was drinking whiskey while you slipped into the night

I wear your clothes when they get tattered, hand me down words
34-32 wrapped in plastic
You loved walking but now that is not why we pace.
And if coming to terms sounds like an agreement, its illuminated
you were not bound to this place.
I can see it in your books
Snider, Bukowski, the zen reader
You the child friendly, draft dodging – aging hipster.

You gave me Howl as a Christmas present twice.

And left father death blues open in your study
For sons to find and sing

Genius Death your art is done
Lover Death your body’s gone
Father Death I’m coming home

But no one sings today, although we should, instead
talk turns to running
As it often does when facing each other becomes hard.
The father is also a son,
Life in circles, but
Gifts born to this community
Cannot be undone.
So we have come, to

Celebrate
Style, grace, genius
Celebrate
Father, friend, mentor
To Celebrate
Flying home

and

Teacher Death I do thank you
For inspiring me to sing this Blues

Allen Ginsberg singing Father Death Blues. From an interview on the BBC’s ‘Face to Face’ program.

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Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. Going To San Diego
2. Vomit Express
3. Jimmy Berman (Gay Lib Rag)
4. NY Youth Call Annunciation
5. CIA Dope Calypso
6. Put Down Yr Cigarette Rag
7. Sickness Blues
8. Broken Bone Blues
9. Stay Away From White House
10. Hard-on Blues
11. Guru Blues

Disc: 2
1. Everybody Sing
2. Gospel Nobel Truths
3. Bus Ride Ballad To Suva
4. Prayer Blues
5. Love Forgiven
6. Father Death Blues
7. Dope Fiend Blues
8. Tyger
9. You Are My Dildo
10. Old Pond
11. No Reason
12. My Pretty Rose Tree
13. Capitol Air



Here she be:

Part 1: LINK

Part 2: LINK
Part 3: LINK



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Dead Can Dance – Discography

1984 – Dead Can Dance
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1984 – Spleen and Ideal


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1990 – Aion


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1990 – Gothic Spleens [Live Radio Broadcast – Musikhalle Hamburg (Germany)]

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03 – Fuaelo.mp3
04 – Song of the sybil.mp3
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06 – Arabian gothic.mp3
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08 – Toward The Within.mp3
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1991 – A Passage In Time [Compilation]


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04 – To The Shore.mp3
05 – Alone.mp3
06 – Pray For Dawn.mp3
07 – Lartomento.mp3
08 – The Night We Were Lost.mp3
09 – Lyandra.mp3
10 – Isabella.mp3
11 – Tune Foe Sheba.mp3
12 – Cyndrill.mp3
13 – The Serpents Army.mp3
14 – They Don’t Even Cry.mp3
15 – Eyeless In Gaza.mp3
16 – The Endless Longing Of SD.mp3

1995 – The Rare Traxx


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02 – Spleens.mp3
03 – Lilian Colours.mp3
04 – End of a Circle.mp3
05 – Desert Sun.mp3
06 – Mystical Rain.mp3
07 – Sailing the Sea.mp3
08 – Watch Over Me.mp3
09 – Out of a Serpent’s Egg.mp3
10 – Amelia.mp3
11 – Ignis.mp3
12 – Lost Treasure.mp3
13 – Forest of Souls.mp3
14 – Factuus.mp3
15 – Empty Dreams.mp3
16 – Mourner Rose.mp3
17 – Garden of Refuge.mp3
18 – Ichor.mp3

1996 – Spiritchaser


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1998 – The Carnival Within (A Tribute To Dead Can Dance)


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2001 – Dead Can Dance (1981-1998) [Box set 3CD]


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**Unreleased Tracks**

Volume 1:

01 – Inner Life.mp3
02 – Daylight.mp3
03 – Yours.mp3
04 – Labour Of Love.mp3
05 – The Children’s Toys.mp3
06 – Yan T’Chin Song.mp3
07 – Instrumental In Southampton.mp3
08 – Shanga.mp3
09 – Ash Song.mp3
10 – Poison Tree.mp3
11 – Our Kingdom.mp3
12 – Deckra.mp3
13 – Accord.mp3
14 – Clap Along Song.mp3
15 – I Don’t Believe In Anymore.mp3
16 – Santora.mp3
17 – Ondra Reist I.mp3
18 – Ondra Reist II.mp3
19 – Ondra Reist III.mp3
20 – Rami.mp3
21 – East Of The River.mp3
22 – Matawa.mp3
23 – Svatba.mp3
24 – Heavenly Bodies.mp3
25 – Lisa Gerrard.mp3

Volume 2:

01 – No Reason At All.mp3
02 – Drag My Feet.mp3
03 – For A While.mp3
04 – Ichor.mp3
05 – I Leave You.mp3
06 – We Are Angels.mp3
07 – Family’s Around You.mp3
08 – Thespian Arrival.mp3
09 – Amondies.mp3
10 – Keen Voices.mp3
11 – Adoration.mp3
12 – Greek Rembetika.mp3
13 – Rembetika.mp3
14 – Lisa’s First Composition.mp3
15 – Tanamakoa.mp3
16 – ARF ARF The Infanta Of Castil.mp3
17 – I Must Have Been Blind.mp3

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September 14, 2008 Posted by | Dead Can Dance, Music_Alternative, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Experimental, music_Spiritual | 2 Comments

Ennio Morricone – Note Di Pace (2008)


Ennio Morricone – Note Di Pace (2008)
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More marvellous music from the peerless Ennio!

After his last release ( Live at Arena – Verona ) with over 150.000 sold copies, the maestro comes back with a new special release, dedicated to his 80th birthday party (Nov 2008 )!

Celebrated all over the world for his incredible music, this product is dedicated by the great musician to all people that need the real peace all over the world.

Tracklisting

1. Tema Di Deborah (dal Film C’era Una Volta In 4:25
America)
2. Addio Monti (dal Film I Promessi Sposi) 3:00
3. Vatel 4:53
4. H2S 2:36
5. Il Clan Dei Siciliani 3:32
6. Metti, Una Sera A Cena 3:53
7. Cinema Paradiso 5:53
8. Here’s To You (Dal Film Sacco E Vanzetti) 4:04
9. Il Buono, Il Brutto E Il Cattivo – Titoli 2:47
10.C’era Una Volta Il West 3:21
11.Giu’ La Testa 3:40
12.L’Estasi Dell’Oro (Dal Film Il Buono, Il 3:22
Brutto E Il Cattivo)
13.Indagine Su Un Cittadino Al Di Sopra Di Ogni 3:03
Sospetto
14.A Brisa Do Coraτao (Dal Film Sostiene Pereira) 3:17
15.La Classe Operaia Va In Paradiso 3:46
16.Vittime Di Guerra 8:44
17.Abolisson (Dal Film Quemada) 4:27
18.Gabriel’s Oboe (Dal Film Mission) 2:17
19.Falls (Dal Film Mission) 2:57
20.On Earth As It Is In Heaven (Dal Film Mission) 3:53



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September 12, 2008 Posted by | Ennio Morricone, Music_ClassicalModern, music_Spiritual, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy – Get the Fuck on Jolly Live (2000)

Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy
Get the Fuck on Jolly Live (2000)
Mp3 @ 192k
Palace Records

Dirty Three’s Mick Turner in the guise of Marquis de Tren combines with maverick genius Will Oldham on this great 2000 Live album.

Here they perform tracks from their 2000 collaboration Get on Jolly – which we’ve already posted – where they put music to the beautiful, timeless, minimalist, devotional poetry of Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore.

A typically strange and wonderful work from the dastardly duo here.

In line with the poetry – seemingly simple and fragile, yet profound and stronger than time – this work consists of seemingly simple and fragile, yet profound and powerful songs. Beautiful, ethereal, songs.

Warning though – this won’t be everyone’s cup of camomile tea! No, indeed! So if you’re a Bon Jovi fan or something, this stuff will cause terror in your empty skull!

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Verse CII

I boasted among men that I had known you.

They see your pictures in all works of mine.

They come and ask me, `Who is she?’

I know not how to answer them.

I say, `Indeed, I cannot tell.’

They blame me and they go away in scorn.

And you sit there smiling.

I put my tales of you into lasting songs.

The secret gushes out from my heart.

They come and ask me, `Tell me all your meanings.’

I know not how to answer them.

I say, `Ah, who knows what they mean!’

They smile and go away in utter scorn.

And you sit there smiling.

-Rabindranath Tagore

Well, I told them all that I knew
They see you in all that I do
Here and they ask, “Who is she ?”
I don’t know what my answer should be

I say, “I don’t know…, it’s nobody”
They leave me
You, you smile at me

Well, I write about you in awesome songs
Secret of you I can’t keep in
And they ask me to say who I mean
But I can’t really say who I mean

So I say, “It’s nobody”

You, you smile at me
I say, you, you smile at me
You, you smile at me
You, ah you smile at me

– Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy

art by scorsagra

So, here, from a concert in December 2000, the boys perform tracks from their Jolly EP.

The tracklisting is self explanatory!! Actually, the songs are, rather cryptically, titled after the verse number of the adapted verse(s) from Tagore’s Gitanjali, a wonderful collection of 103 English poems.


Tracklisting

XXV
II/XV
LXXXI
LXXXVI
LXIV
LXVI
XIII
CII

Here she be:

Mp3 / 192k

GettheFuckJolly

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September 4, 2008 Posted by | Bonnie PrinceBilly, Marquis de Tren, Mick Turner, Music_Alternative, music_Spiritual, Rabindranath Tagore, The Dirty Three, Will Oldham, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment

Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy – Get on Jolly (2000)

Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy
Get on Jolly (2000)
Mp3 @ 192k
Palace Records

Dirty Three’s Mick Turner in the guise of Marquis de Tren combines with maverick genius Will Oldham on this great 2000 EP.

A typically strange and wonderful work from the dastardly duo.

Here they collaborate to put music to the beautiful, timeless, minimalist, devotional poetry of Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore.

In line with the poetry – seemingly simple and fragile, yet profound and stronger than time – this work consists of seemingly simple and fragile, yet profound and powerful songs. Beautiful, ethereal, songs.

Warning though – this won’t be everyone’s cup of camomile tea! No, indeed! So if you’re a Robbie Williams fan or something, this stuff will cause terror in your empty skull!

I’ve also posted a live album of this collaboration, Get the Fuck on Jolly Live (2000).

I am here to sing thee songs.
In this hall of thine I have a corner seat.

In thy world I have no work to do;
my useless life can only break out in tunes
without a purpose.

When the hour strikes for thy silent worship
at the dark temple of midnight,
command me, my master,
to stand before thee to sing.

When in the morning air the golden harp is tuned,
honour me, commanding my presence.


-Rabindranath Tagore

sunshinestrangers.com wrote a good piece about this music, which I’ve set out below.

Amidst the layers of ethereal Eno carbon copies and lofi techno/folk ditties, Will Oldham buried a treasure in the proverbial sand and hasn’t seemed to look back. In 2000, Will Oldham (aka Bonnie Prince Billy) and Mick Turner (of Dirty Three fame) expounded on the abstract with a collaborative effort entitled The Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy – Get On Jolly.

This shoegaze dreamscape is wrought with a tastefully placed and delightfully blurred ensemble of guitar, harmonica, and the now-and-then drum kit, leaving a bit of headroom for the beautifully arthritic voice of Oldham. Each song is colorized by sonorous, neigh melancholic lyrics adapted from poems by the album’s muse, Rabindranath Tagore — an early 20th century Bengali artist & Nobel Prize winner. Tagore wrote a volume of poems called Gitanjali, “a collection of 103 English poems, largely translations.” – wiki

“Gitanjali is also the title of an earlier Bengali volume (1910) of mostly devotional songs. The word gitanjoli is a composed from ‘git’, song, and ‘anjoli’, offering, and thus means – ‘An offering of songs’.”

Wikipedia

Following suit with Tagore, Turner and Oldham titled their songs after the poem numbers of their adapted verses — albeit some verses have been modernized (see below), they still give credit where the credit is due.

2 & 15 – Tagore
When thou commandest me to sing it seems that my heart would break with pride; and I look to thy face, and tears come to my eyes.
All that is harsh and dissonant in my life melts into one sweet harmony — and my adoration spreads wings like a glad bird on its flight across the sea.

I know thou takest pleasure in my singing. I know that only as a singer I come before thy presence.
I touch by the edge of the far-spreading wing of my song thy feet which I could never aspire to reach.
Drunk with the joy of singing I forget myself and call thee friend who art my lord.

I am here to sing thee songs. In this hall of thine I have a corner seat.
In thy world I have no work to do; my useless life can only break out in tunes without a purpose.
When the hour strikes for thy silent worship at the dark temple of midnight, command me, my master, to stand before thee to sing.
When in the morning air the golden harp is tuned, honour me, commanding my presence.

The great source poems can be found indexed by number at http://etext.lib.virginia.edu

Below is the Turner/Oldham adaptation of poems 2 & 15.

2 & 15 – The Marquis de Tren & Bonny Billy (Listen)
When you ask me to sing, it feels like my heart will burst with pride; and I look at your face, and tears come to my eyes.
All that’s harsh and wrong in my life melts into one sweet song — and my love spreads wings like a gladbird flying over the road.
I know you take pleasure in my singing. I know that only when I sing do you hear me.
‘ Cause then I touch things that I can’t touch, I touch parts of you that I can’t really touch.
I’m drunk with the joy of singing — I forget myself and call you my friend.

I’m here to sing you songs. In your room I have a corner seat.
In your world I have no work to do; my life can only break out into songs that have no purpose.

Tracklisting

II/XV
XXV
LXXXI
LXXXVI
LXIV
LXVI

Here she be:

Mp3 / 192k

GetJolly.rar

September 4, 2008 Posted by | Bonnie PrinceBilly, Marquis de Tren, Mick Turner, Music_Alternative, music_Spiritual, Rabindranath Tagore, The Dirty Three, Will Oldham, _MUSIC, _POETRY | Leave a comment