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Upper Limit Music VII

Playlist for seventh (and last for a while) show, 16 November 2006, 1-3pm, wmeb. Motifs: Love and happiness; ice & snow (again); Coco Chanel; some clapping. Links are mostly to PennSound and Ubuweb pages where mp3s can be found.

Born, Never Asked by Laurie Anderson. Oops we're in Orono by Bernadette Mayer. Gassenhauer by Carl Orff. Song of the Andoumboulou 17, from Strick, by Nathaniel Mackey. Snare, Kick, Rack, and Floor by Paul Dutton. Crush by Lee Ann Brown. It's Easy, fr. Dust by Robert Ashley, perf. by Joan La Barbara w/chorus. Me viene, hay días, una gana ubérrima, política... by César Vallejo, trans. and perf. by Clayton Eshleman.

Host's Tale, from Shorter Chaucer Tales by Caroline Bergvall. Song of the Andoumboulou 24, from Strick, by Nathaniel Mackey. Clamp Down by Jennifer Moxley.

From Phantastiche Gebete by Richard Huelsenbeck. La Battaglia di Adrianopoli by F.T. Marinetti. Vera Cruz by George Stanley. Bresson's Movies by Robert Creeley. Dear Double Jehovah, Two Spooks in a Fountain, and Palaver about Squash by Michael Gizzi. Nobody Knows a Thing by Jayne Cortez.

After the Anguish..., It Is Time to Say..., and Slapped Down... by Lissa Wolsak. Lady Lazarus by Sylvia Plath. A New Poem (for Jack Spicer) by Robert Duncan. From Livelivelive by Juliana Spahr. Jeanne Darc by Nathalie Quintaine.

Dolphin Song by Drew Milne. Primum Mobile 10 by Bruce Andrews. I Know a Man by Robert Creeley. Summary by Brian Kim Stefans, guitar by Alan Licht + Umm... by Paul Dutton (Heurtebise mix).

Easter Poem (for Joe) by Kenward Elmslie. Anarchy by Anne Waldman. What the President Will Say and Do by Jaap Blonk. The Vacant Embassy and May Day / Zero K by Andrea Brady. Not Tale, from Shorter Chaucer Tales, by Caroline Bergvall.

Ice Cube Epigrams by Bernadette Mayer + Water Gong by Annea Lockwood (Heurtebise mix). Those Winter Sundays by Robert Hayden. Snow Is Falling All the Time by Yoko Ono. Rhymes from a Swiftmind by Supreme NYborn. Red Shift by Ted Berrigan. Poetry Is the Lipstick of Noise by Jean-Luc Nancy. Born, Never Asked by Laurie Anderson.

Thursday -- 16 November 2006 -- permalink

The Lipstick of Noise is a product of the Third Factory • Inspired by the music blogs • And by Paul Blackburn's reel-to-reel deck. Intending to make good use of PENNSound and other sources of digital audio files of poetry • Comments welcomeXML.