Options The Acousmatic Theater Hour with Jason G and Karinne: Playlist from June 29, 2009 Options

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Options June 29, 2009: Robert Ashley/John Barton Wolgamot


PDF of entire text, as well as two essays on John Barton Wolgamot by Keith Waldrop and Robert Ashley respectively, on the marvelous UBUWEB

Wolgamot said of this text: "Near the very end, at the bottom of the Corot page,you could hear Beethoven speak. Loud and clear and in English."



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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments
Bernard Fevre  Savana Melody   Options The Strange World Of Bernard Fevre  L'Illustration Musicale  1975   
Robert Ashley  The Wolfman Tape   Options SOURCE-MUSIC OF THE AVANT GARDE  no label (magazine)    ubu.com 
Robert Ashley  In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women   Options In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven There Were Men and Women  Lovely Music    Lovely Music, LCD 4921 
Bernard Fevre  Savana Melody   Options The Strange World of Bernard Fevre  L'illustration Musicale  1975  new 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 6/29/09 5:15pm north guinea hills:

wow, insights to ashley! i don't want to leave work!. i love that man!
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:16pm annie:

spoken word thrills me
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:18pm north guinea hills:

bob ashley did a piece called "wolfman" w/ normally straight-a-head jazzman, bob james.
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:21pm north guinea hills:

i normal despise spoken word (sorry annie) (but w/ many notable exceptions), but anything robert ashley does memorizes me. i need to leave work soon :( i'll catch the rest in the archive.
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:23pm annie:

NGH- it's an acquired taste: all is well.. safe home!!
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:31pm Karinne:

acquired indeed. but useful, speech and words, and they needn't be strictly spoke or worded in the limited tone that's usually implied by "spoken word." Same goes for "theater" and all the rest.
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:34pm giraffe-o:

Where's this list of names coming from? Did he just mention Steven Leyba?
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:37pm Karinne:

The pdf link has the entire text. I don't know if the names have any formal association, I think he was composing name sequences for theirtriangulation and spark as sound/name in some kind of basic pre-historical way. But I'm not sure. Find out! Very titanically.
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:42pm andrew Plowright:

this is AMAZING !
i gotta leave for work. in australia.... bummer
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:57pm Karinne:

I'm glad to hear Henry George and Isadora Duncan and of course DEvid Henry Thoreau, his name in its original order even.
  Mon. 6/29/09 5:58pm Karinne:

I mean, David Henry, not DEvid, although that's nice too.
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