Readings by Jack Kerouac on the Beat Generation

Readings by Jack Kerouac on the Beat Generation [LIMITED EDITION]
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Recording Date: 1958-1959 | Audio CD: October 28, 1997 | Original Release Date: October 28, 1997
Time: 41:32 | Label: Verve
Genre: Spoken Word / poetry, beat poetry

"The wind from Lake Michigan, bop at the Loop, long walks around South Halsted and North Clark, and one long walk after midnight into the jungles, where a cruising car followed me as a suspicious character. At this time, 1947, bop was going like mad all over America. The fellows at the Loop blew, but with a tired air, because bop was somewhere between its Charlie Parker Ornithology period and another period that began with Miles Davis. And as I sat there listening to that sound of the night which bop has come to represent for all of us, I thought of all my friends from one end of the country to the other and how they were really all in the same vast backyard doing something so frantic and rushing-about. And for the first time in my life, the following afternoon, I went into the West. It was a warm and beautiful day for hitchhiking."
-- Jack Kerouac, from 'On The Road'

1. San Francisco Scene (3:09)
2. Medley: San Francisco Blues (Fragments) (3:02)
3. Lucien Midnight: The Sounds Of The Universe In My Window (4:22)
4. History Of Bop (10:53)
5. The Subterraneans (3:07)
6. Visions Of Neal (Neal & The Three Stooges) (16:59)

MP3 @320kbps, 80mb

M4a (Apple lossless, split files), 123mb

FLAC 121mb

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    MP3 @320kbps, 80mb

    M4a (Apple lossless, split files), 123mb

    FLAC 121mb


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