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Charles Bukowski - Reads His Poetry mp3 download Performer: Charles Bukowski
Album: Reads His Poetry
Country: US
Released: 1980
Style: Poetry
Size MP3: 1739 mb.
Size FLAC: 1550 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
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The 1980 Bukowski poetry reading album Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetry, is receiving a vinyl re-release by Real Gone Music. Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetry is a recording of a September 14, 1972 poetry reading

Charles Bukowski (16 August 1920 – 9 March 1994, Andernach). Best Poem of Charles Bukowski. Alone With Everybody. the flesh covers the bone and they put a mind in there and sometimes a soul, and the women break vases against the walls and the men drink too much and nobody finds the one but keep looking crawling in and out of beds.

Bukowski reads his works slowly in a declamatory style. He makes the most of his short, unrhymed lines, with careful rhythm, articulation, and emphasis. For all the notoriety of the reading, Bukowski took his poetry seriously. Bukowski's poem "Style", which he declaims on this CD, captures something essential about the man: "Style is the answer to everything A fresh way to approach a dull or dangerous thing. But readers of Bukowski will enjoy it. Hearing Bukowski read his own poems reminded me that poetry is indeed an oral art. Robin Friedman.

Henry Charles Bukowski (born Heinrich Karl Bukowski; August 16, 1920 – March 9, 1994) was a German-American poet, novelist, and short story writer. His writing was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic ambiance of his home city of Los Angeles. His work addresses the ordinary lives of poor Americans, the act of writing, alcohol, relationships with women, and the drudgery of work.

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Reads His Poetry Charles Bukowski. by KEVIN RING (Beat Scene Magazine). THE WORLD'S GREATEST LOSER, BUT HE NEVER GAVE UP", booms Charles Bukowski with a beery menace at the City Lights Bookstore-sponsored reading in San Francisco, back in 1972. Bukowski never gave up himself and this poetic soundtrack to his life at that point has it all in abundance: tales of the horsetrack, unrepentant sex fiends, dogs with style, death, his childhood in Los Angeles

Follow Charles Bukowski to never miss another show. Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetryby Charles Bukowski. υκλοφορία: 1980, LP Takoma Ζωντανή απαγγελία στο City Lights Poets Theater στο Σαν Φρανσίσκο και τις 14 Σεπτέμβρη του 1972. Introduction The Creation Of The Morning Line Death The Sex Fiends Love Piss And Shit The Death Of An Idiot Style The World's Greatest Loser The Last Days Of The Suicide Kid The Shoelace Hot Earthquake The Rat The Best Love Poem I Can Write at the Moment.

Tracklist

A1 Introduction
A2 Creation Of The Morning Line
A3 Death
A4 The Sex Fiends
A5 "Love", He Said
A6 Piss And Shit
A7 The Death Of An Idiot
A8 Style
B1 The World's Greatest Loser
B2 Last Days Of The Suicide Kid
B3 The Shoe Lace
B4 Hot
B5 Earthquake
B6 The Rat
B7 The Best Love Poem

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Chrysalis Records, Inc.
  • Mastered At – Capitol Mastering

Credits

  • Producer – Joe Wolberg

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 2239-72773-1 5
  • Matrix / Runout: ST-1-72773
  • Matrix / Runout: ST-2-72773

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RGM-0420 Bukowski* Reads His Poetry ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Win) Real Gone Music RGM-0420 US 2016
TAKCD-6514-2 Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetry ‎(CD, Album, RM) Takoma TAKCD-6514-2 US 2004
RGM-0420 Bukowski* Reads His Poetry ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Whi) Real Gone Music RGM-0420 US 2016
RGM-0420 Bukowski* Reads His Poetry ‎(LP, Ltd, RE, Bee) Real Gone Music RGM-0420 US 2016
TAK 7073 Charles Bukowski Reads His Poetry ‎(LP) Takoma TAK 7073 US 1980


This is part poetry and all comedy as Buk (rhymes with "puke") engages in much verbal sparring matches with his college audience while reading some of his best poems. Referring to his bottle of beer, he tells the crowd "it's not a prop...it's a necessity". But enough of the bullshit. Let's get to the so-called 'art'.As I said, Bukowski reads some of his finest works. "The Shoelace", "The World's Greatest Loser", "Earthquake", "The Rat" and "Death of an Idiot" are some of Bukowski's most compelling works. The funny ones ("Hot", "The Sex Fiends") are all firmly rooted in tragedy. I do not read Bukowski religiously, but I've read a fair amount of his poems and he reads most of my favorites here. And his "The Best Love Poem" may very well be the best love poem ever written. Excellent introduction to the world of Charles Bukowski. Enter ye those who dare.
You are incorrect, sir. Bukowski himself wrote "Buk, rhymes with 'puke'..."
As Bukowski would say: 'Christ, you're drunker than I am....'
Buk is pronounced like 'fuck' not like 'puke'