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    BOWLES, Paul.
    $350.00
    Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions (1981). First edition, numbered & signed issue. Two LPs, both fine, in fine linen sleeve. Cover illustration by Brion Gysin. Colophon sheet and Erratum slip present. One of 100 numbered copies SIGNED by Bowles.
  • ELMSLIE, Kenward and Joe Brainard.
    $650.00
    Los Angeles: Black Sparrow, 1968. First edition. Five inch two-track monaural tape (7 1/2 i.p.s.) recorded in April 1968 in NYC. Housed in a decorated two-part box (near fine). Elmslie reads “The Champ” and Brainard reads “Alice.” One of 50 numbered copies SIGNED by Elmslie and Brainard on a label inside the top lid. This is copy #1. Morrow & Cooney 31 (note).
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    GINSBERG, Allen.
    $250.00
    Los Angeles: Rhino Records (1994). First edition. 62 pp booklet together with four cds all housed in the original clamshell box. Internal elements fine, box near fine with sunned spine and light bumps to corners. cds each stamped “promotional use only” on the verso of each cover. Laid into this copy is a reading schedule for Ginsberg, a bio sheet, and the card of the promotions director. Dated (9/15/94) and INSCRIBED by Ginsberg inside the booklet, “Allen Ginsberg / for Richard Friedman / again at the PFA / 23 year slater / than broadcasts / recaptured here/ AH.”
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    GINSBERG, Allen.
    $35.00
    [San Francisco]: Fantasy [1976]. Reissue, red label. Fine LP in very good plus picture sleeve with bumps/bends to two corners and light foxing overall. Long text by Ginsberg printed on the verso of the sleeve.
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    GINSBERG, Allen. et al.
    $25.00
    Kansas City: Blue Moon Records (1982). 7 inch single. Fine (unplayed) in near fine, unprinted white paper sleeve. Side “A” has a recording by Tom Nichols and by Evan Tonsing and Gwen Powell. Side “B” features “Nurses’s Song” with vocals by Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Peter Orlovsky, and guitar and vocals by Steve Taylor. Morgan F89.
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    GUNN, Thom and Craig Raine.
    $25.00
    London: Faber and Faber (1983). First edition. Fine cassette in the original packaging with the 32 pp booklet presenting the text of read poems. Each poet introduces the poems before reading them. Hagstrom & Odell F8.
  • HEANEY, Seamus and John Montague.
    $75.00
    Claddagh Records /Ceirníní Cladaig (1968). First edition. Fine unplayed LP in near fine illustrated sleeve. Both poets contribute text to the rear cover of the album, and read ten and eleven poems respectively.
  • les disques du CRÉPUSCULE.
    $50.00
    Brussels: les disques du crépuscule [c 1985]. 19 1/2 x 11 3/4 inch promotional poster. One horizontal crease, backed to cardstock. Near fine. Belgian label founded in 1980 by Michel Duval and Annik Honoré, with close connections to Manchester’s Factory Records.
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    STARBUCK, GEORGE.
    $50.00
    New York: CMS Records, Inc., 1975. 1st edition. Fine sleeve with small neat hole punched through back and front cover, and through interior paper sleeve. Recording itself seems rarely, if ever, played.
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    [BURROUGHS, William S.]. Aaron, Richard.
    $75.00
    Santa Barbara: Am Here Books (1981). First edition. 4to. 146 pp. Fine in printed wrappers. 2102 item rare books catalogue featuring post-modern poetry books, manuscripts, & letters. Several writers were called upon to comment on their contemporaries. Tom Clark, Dennis Cooper, Robert Creeley, Ed Dorn, Amy Gerstler, Charles Plymell, and others contribute. There is also printed the text of a William S. Burroughs piece, “The Last Words of Hassan-i-Sabbah.” As if that were not enough, a 7 inch 45 rpm recording of Burroughs reading the piece accompanies in an envelope at the rear of the volume. Both the catalogue and record fine. An excellent reference and read.
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    [FROST, Robert]. Sohn, David A. and Richard Tyre.
    $35.00
    NY; Holt, Rinehart and Winston (1967). First edition. x + 70 pp w/notes, annotated bibliography, & index. Near fine in illustrated wrappers. Seven inch vinyl record, “Frost Has A Say” present and fine.
  • [GOREY, Edward]. The Freeze.
    $150.00
    Alta Loma: Dr. Strange Records (1999). First edition. LP. Two tiny corner bumps else fine, still sealed. One of 1000 numbered copies SIGNED by Gorey and the members of The Freeze.
  • [PETTIBON, Raymond]. The Solvents.
    $25.00
    Bradenton:Refuge Records (1995). First pressing. Fine 7” single in a very good folded sleeve that is lightly toned and has some wear along the top edge. Pettibon’s work first appeared on a 7” single in 1979 (Black Flag’s Nervous Breakdown).