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!Duende LIST Spinoffs Living Batch (Ok)

!Duende LIST Spinoffs Living Batch (Ok)

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Published by larry goodell
cd's of cassette tape recordings of poetry performances at the Living Batch Bookstore in Albuquerque. One is from reel to reel recorded at the Central Torta in Albuquerque. but I'm looking for a place to put these online since printing labels on my finicky printer plus assembling each package is prohibitively time-consuming, at least for me . . . help!
cd's of cassette tape recordings of poetry performances at the Living Batch Bookstore in Albuquerque. One is from reel to reel recorded at the Central Torta in Albuquerque. but I'm looking for a place to put these online since printing labels on my finicky printer plus assembling each package is prohibitively time-consuming, at least for me . . . help!

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duende spinoffs
2012
 
duende spinoffs
 
Selected reading performances at the Living Batch Bookstore Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1987-91
recorded by Larry Goodell and now transferred from cassette tape to CD. My thanks to the poets and musicians who gave me permission to do my nickle-dime recordings, and my thanks to the Living Batch Bookstore, Jeff Bryan, Gus Blaisdell and to all who were employed there and loved the bookstore phenomenon during those creative years. Do contact me if you would like to order one of these.
Carma Bums,
No Seat Belts Tour of Words 1989
, at the Living Batch, Albuquerque, August 24. Ellyn Maybe, S.A. Griffin, Mike Bruner, Doug Knott, Bobbo Staron, Scott Wannberg (raucous recording, overloads, ups & downs, but a unique event).
duende spinoff #1
 
Edward Dorn
,
 Abhorrences
, at the Living Batch 1990, Albuquerque, NM. Reading from
 Abhorrences
, Black Sparrow Press. A stunningly relevant and amazingly current reading by one of
America’s truly great poets at the pinnacle of his finesse.
 
duende spinoff#2
 
Philip Whalen
, reading from
On Bear’s Head
, Harcourt Brace, at the Living Batch, 1989. Relaxed and powerful, the best from the best. Earthshakingly natural, revealing the power of words undramaticized from one of our classical post-Williams best.
duende spinoff #3
 
Drummond Hadley & Bayou Seco
at the Living Batch 1991, Albuquerque. Drum Hadley tells of Billy
Brown, “Old Style Horsebreakin,” and sings “Drops of Water.” Many great stories & poems. Nothing
is left to be desired in this reading-performance. Ken Keppeler & Jeanie McLerie, who are Bayou
Seco, do five songs of the West, a perfect compliment to America’s great rancher poet.
 
duende spinoff#4
 
Gino Sky & Clifford Burke
at the Living Batch 1991. Sky presents excellent stories, serious humor, authentic legend. Burke reads many poems, having just moved to New Mexico. Old friends meet again.
duende spinoff #5
 
Cipriano Vigil & Jim Sagel
at the Living Batch 1990, Albuquerque. Songs written by & sung by Cipriano Vigil with guitar. Last couple songs his family joins him. Jim Sagel reads 6 pieces. This is a pure New Mexico presentation. A great memorial to Mr. Sagel.
duende spinoff #6
 
 
 Nathaniel Tarn
& a Couple Canadians, at the Living Batch 1990, Albuquerque. Excellent clear reading by Tarn, now an integral trans-world New Mexican icon, followed by informal informative discussions with some audience members. Very short readings by visiting Canadians, Glen Sorestad & Peter Christensen (1987).
duende spinoff #7
 
Stanley Cavell
,
Memoir of JL Austin
, & commentary on Emerson’s Parable in “Manners.” 1987
Lecture at the Living Batch, Albuquerque, 2
nd
 
“In Carl’s Spirit” Event. Introduction by Gus Blaisdell.
 
duende spinoff #8
 
E.A. (Tony) Mares & Enrique Lamadrid
, reading at the Living Batch, ‘89 or so, Albuquerque. Poetry
in English & Spanish, very reflective of New Mexico at its native contemporary best. Old friends, excellent writings.
duende spinoff #9
 
Los Angeles Poetry Ensemble
, May 1991 at the Living Batch, quite a diverse invasion from Los Angeles in the form of Ann Braeff, Gwynne Garfinkle, Ellyn Maybe, & Mary F. Striegel. Plus Albuquerque poets
Pat Smith & Dave Seder
.
duende spinoff #10
Bobbie Louise Hawkins
, 1986, at the Living Batch, stories including “
Elevation of Terre Haute is 40
Feet” and from her long New Mexico residency “Rosario” and a spectacular and hilarious “Doing Psychology.” She’s a Naropa Institute teacher and Boulder resident and is a true Queen of the South
West.
duende spinoff #11
 
Nanao Sakaki,
1986?, at the Living Batch, a peaceful world traveler clearly funny and incisive, from
“Oh My God” to “Rowing in the Snow Ocean.”
duende spinoff#12
 
Gene Frumkin
, 1991,
Comma in the Ear 
, at the Living Batch 1991. Living Batch Press Publication Event. Gene Frumkin reads from the first part of
Comma in the Ear 
, entertaining introduction by Gus Blaisdell, the publisher.
duende spinoff#13
duende spinoffs
 

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