James Broughton with Joel Andrews: March 2, 1965

The Poetry Center presents James Broughton reading his poems with Joel Andrews performing instrumental accompaniment on harp, in a performance contemporary with their 1965 LP The Bard & The Harper.

Originally Recorded By:
APA
Location:
SFSU, San Francisco
Date:
03/02/1965
Total Run Time:
1:07:36
Contributor:
Joel Andrews
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1984
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  • "Father Sun" (00:03)
  • "Tigers Taking a Bath in the Heavenly Gardens" (05:50)
  • Remarks on Joel Andrews' organization of the performance (07:00)
  • "The Little Reader's First Riddle" (08:09)
  • "Papa Has a Pig" (09:30)
  • "Mrs. Mother Has a Big Nose" (11:30)
  • "Mother Is Absent" (13:14)
  • "Junior's Prayer" (14:38)
  • "The Parson's Son" (15:45)
  • Remarks on variations of poems for a wedding in Napa, Ca. (16:35)
  • Instrumental interlude by Joel Andrews on harp (17:28)
  • "How Everything Started" (23:40)
  • "The Seaside" (27:54)
  • Instrumental interlude (00:02)
  • "The Wedding Song of Old Uncle Ovid" (03:00)
  • "The Clever Troubadour of Amared County" (05:00)
  • "The Story of the Girl with the Beady Black Eyes" (06:14)
  • "Psyche and Cupid" (07:39)
  • "The Goodnight Dream of Buffalo Bill" (09:05)
  • Sound cuts out (11:30)
  • Remarks on The Poetry Center, festivals, and musical composition (12:40)
  • "The Water Circle" (14:02)
  • "Those Old Zen Blues or, After the Seminar" (18:10)
  • "Round Table" (19:59)
  • "How She Got with It or, Happy Satori to You, a Fable" (20:54)
  • "Zen Cathecism" (23:30)
  • "Buddha Land, a Zen spiritual" (24:45)
  • "Here's to It, a metaphysical drinking song" (26:25)

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