Oh, too bad you missed that Alison, I would have really loved to get
your blog response to that. A local company here did it last Fall, in a
version that the originators gave their approval to. Wow is about all I
can say, still. It was a truly magical theatrical evening.
On 8-Mar-05, at 12:14 AM, Alison Croggon wrote:
> On 8/3/05 12:02 PM, "Richard Jeffrey Newman"
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>> On it (from a 3CD album called I think The Beat Generation)
>> I am now listening to bits of Kerouac, Burroughs (heroin relaxes the
>> chords, says my son), Ginsberg, none of them great to listen to but
>> historical curiosities now. And 27 seconds of Carl Sandburg 'On
>> saying he was one round 1910...
> Personally, my fave bit of Burroughs live is on the CD of Black Rider,
> opera he wrote with Tom Waits. To the accompaniment of a saw he (kind
> It ain't no sin
> To take off your skin
> And dance around in your bones
> (Wonderful opera, recently on in Sydney but of course I missed it).
> Alison Croggon
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