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Titolo:
Archibald Macleish Reads His Poetry
Interprete:
Archibald Macleish
Stile:
Spoken Word, Poetry
Numero di catalogo:
TC 1009
Paese:
US
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2267 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1984 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Caedmon Records

Tracklist


1They Come No More, Those Words, Those Finches
2A Man's Work
3Years Of The Dog
4Winter Is Another Country
5L'An Trentiesme De Mon Eage
6Bernal Diaz, Preface To His Book
7Epistle To Be Left In The Earth
8Actfive, Complete; The Stage All Blood...
9The Silent Slain
10The 6th Book Of Conquistador, Part I
11What Any Lover Learns
12Immortal Helix
13The Learned Men
14The Shape Of Flesh And Bone
15The Renovated Temple
16The Cat In The Wood
17Calypso's Island
18The Masque Of Mummers
19The Old Man To The Lizard
20Ezry
21Not Marble Nor The Guilded Monuments


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Recorded at Uphill Farm, Mass. on Sept. 26, 1952.


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