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  • Masho says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Coney Island Of The Mind on Discogs. Label: Rykodisc - RCD • Series: Voices Series • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Non-Music • Style: Poetry, Spoken Word Lawrence Ferlinghetti: A Coney Island Of The Mind /5(5).
  • Sabei says:
    The use of jazz on this recording seems a bit hit and miss to me. It certainly seems to have been recorded as background rather than an equal to Ferlinghetti's reading. I'm quite happy with this as I basically bought the CD to hear his reading of 'A Coney Island of the Mind /5(10).
  • Daira says:
    Ferlinghetti reads the excellent 'Autobiography' and two of his other poems, 'The Statue of St. Francis' and 'Junkman's Obbligato' on a Fantasy CD 'Poetry Readings in the Cellar' (FCD ) recorded in with a jazz quintet and unlike the Coney recording /5(10).
  • Akir says:
    Before this release, there was no complete CD album of Ferlinghetti 's poem cycle, The Coney Island of the Mind. Musical accompaniment to the beat bard's spoken word is the surviving members of Morphine. Dana Colley is on the horns, and Billy Conway is on drums accompany the master wordsmith, with other musicians.9/
  • Fenrill says:
    A Coney Island of the mind () --I am waiting () --Autobiography () --Dog () --Christ climbed down () --#11 from "Pictures of the gone world" (). Series Title: Voices series. Responsibility: Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
  • Zugore says:
    Before this release, there was no complete CD album of Ferlinghetti's poem cycle, The Coney Island of the Mind. Musical accompaniment to the beat bard's spoken word is the surviving members of Morphine. Dana Colley is on the horns, and Billy Conway is on drums accompany the master wordsmith, with other musicians.
  • Kektilar says:
    The 50th anniversary edition is available only as a $ hardcover, including a CD on which Ferlinghetti recites most of the poems. Unfortunately, however, the original cover photo of Coney Island at night has been replaced by a bland cover with the title and author printed in .
  • Mazurisar says:
    The title of this book is taken from Henry Miller's "Into the Night Life" and expresses the way Lawrence Ferlinghetti felt about these poems when he wrote them during a short period in the 's—as if they were, taken together, a kind of Coney Island of the mind, a kind of circus of the soul/5().
  • Doran says:
    A Coney Island of the Mind, 28 Lawrence Ferlinghetti - Dove sta amore Where lies love Dove sta amore Here lies love The ring dove love In lyrical delight Hear love’s hillsong Love’s true willsong Love’s low plainsong Too sweet painsong In passages of night Dove sta amore Here lies love The ring dove love Dove sta amore Here lies love.

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