- Performer:Allen Ginsberg
- Title:New York Blues: Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs
- Style:Beat Poetry,Poetry,Spoken Word
- Date of release:August 27, 2002
- Size FLAC version1989 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1265 megabytes
- Size WMA version1846 megabytes
- Formats:DXD VOC VQF TTA MPC AHX
Description: Subtitled - Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Song. Locu Subtitled - Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Song. Intimately captured by Smith in his Chelsea hotel haunt, New York Blues is as much a commemoration of the lifelong kinship between the two free spirits as it is rare chance to get a truly whimsical earful of Ginsberg doing his thing.
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Born: 3 June 1926 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. Died: 5 April 1997 in NYC, New York, USA (aged 70). サイト: allenginsberg. First Blues: Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Songs (LP).
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Allen Ginsberg began tuning William Blake’s poetry in 1968 (inspired by attending the tumultuous protests at that year’s Democratic Convention in Chicago), but the origin of the album dates back to a 1948 vision or auditory illumination as he called it, of William Blake reciting poetry to him in his Spanish Harlem apartment. Moved by this, Ginsberg began to set Blake’s poetry to music. The original 1970 MGM album on CD and Digital for the fi rst time, plus a second disc of rarities and previously unissued songs. Lester Bangs, in Rolling Stone magazine, said the album was, like a labor of love, a salute from a young visionary to an ancient sage. First blues: rags, ballads and harmonium songs CD. RUB1,268. Last word on first blues CD. RUB3,448.
CreditsAnn Charters - Producer
Allen Ginsberg - Composer, Liner Notes, Primary Artist
Brian Graham - Photography
Michael Myers - Liner Notes
Dawson Prater - Reissue Design, Reissue Producer
Harry Smith - Engineer
Harry Smith - Engineer
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|2||Come Back Christmas (Macdougal Street Blues) Allen Ginsberg||Allen Ginsberg||6:49|
|3||CIA Dope Calypso Allen Ginsberg||Allen Ginsberg||4:56|
|4||Put Down Yr Cigarette Rag||Allen Ginsberg||3:38|
|5||Slack Key Guitar (Siratoka Beach Croon)||Allen Ginsberg||6:59|
|6||Bus Ride Ballad to Suva||Allen Ginsberg||4:13|
|7||Prayer Blues Allen Ginsberg||Allen Ginsberg||10:21|
|8||Dope Fiend Blues Allen Ginsberg||Allen Ginsberg||4:10|