KUSF In Exile 12.11.11 8-10 AM Whiskey Before Breakfast DJ Richard White

A two hour set of Folk, Acoustic, Flat Picking, Traditional, Bluegrass, Contemporary, and everything else related with waking up in a relaxed way to get the Sunday started off. Originally a radio show that was on WKSU, with Kerry Blech in the 70's, which led to the Folk Alley that we hear now.

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Patti Smith "Jesus Christ" (1973) Laurie Anderson & Julia Heyward
"Song Of America On The Move" (1978) Barbara Barg "Chicks" (1980)
Erica Huggins "For A Woman" (1972) Joanna Kyger "In All This Everyday"
(1976) Anne Waldman "Lady Tactics" (1979) Bernadette Mayer "excerpt
from 'Studying Hunger'" (1973) Diane Wakowski "Exorcism" (1970)
Kathleen Cleaver "excerpt from Fillmore East speech" (1968)
Helen Adam "Cheerless Junkie Song" (1975) Leonore Kandel "Kali" (1965)
Maureen Owen "Body Rush" (1974) & "When You're Down & Under" (1975)
Rochelle Kraut "New Born Sleep" (1980) Didi Susan Dubelyew "Who Needs
Exercise" (1980) Eileen Myles "Lorna & Vicki" (1980) Kathy Acker "I
Was Walking Down The Street" (1978) Charlotte Carter "Six Months In
Brooklyn" (1979) Robin Messing "3 Subway Poems From 'Temporary
Worker'" (1979) Patti Smith "Bitch" (1971)* & "Parade" (1975)
Rochelle Owens "excerpt from 'The Joe Chronicles, Part 2'" (1976)
Susan Howe "There Is No Good On Earth And Sin Is But A Name" (1976)
Diane DiPrima "Revolutionary Letters Nos. 7, 13, 16, 49" (1969) Edith
Sitwell "Still Falls The Rain" (1941) Denise Levertov "Life At War"
Susan Sontag "Read-In For Peace Statement" Viveca Lindfors "Read-In
For Peace Statement" Lillian Hellman "Read-In For Peace Statement"
Maureen Stapleton "Juno & The Paycock (excerpt)" Lenore Marshall
"Pride Of Man (excerpt)" Muriel Rukeyser "Read-In For Peace Statement"
(The six above tracks were culled from the 1967 Folkways album, The
Original Read-In For Peace In Vietnam.)
Anne Sexton "Wanting To Die" (1966) "The Truth The Dead Know" "Her
Kind" "For My Lover Returning To His Wife" "The Fury Of Overshoes" The
last four tracks were recorded ca. 1974, the year she committed
Sylvia Plath "The Rabbit Catcher" "A Birthday Present" "A Secret" "The
Applicant" "Daddy" These five tracks were recorded October 30, 1962,
just three days after her 30th (and last) birthday.
Patti Smith "Piss Factory" (live 1974)
*"Bitch", by Patti Smith, would eventually show up as a Blue Oyster
Cult song "Baby Ice Dog" off their 1973 album, Tyranny & Mutation.

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