COUNTER CULTURE CHRONICLES

Clark Coolidge (1939) grew up in Providence, Rhode Island and attended Brown University before moving to New York in the early 1960s. In New York he befriended Ted Berrigan and saw his first book Flag Flutter & U.S. Electric published in 1966. Coolidge moved to San Francisco the next year, where he joined the psych-folk band The Serpent Power as a jazz drummer. His poetry has been published extensively since. Among his many publications are collaborations with Philip Guston…
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William Stanley Merwin was born in New York City in 1927. When he was ten years old, his family moved to Scranton, Pennsylvania, where his love of nature and interest in man’s relationship to the environment…
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Third in a series of compiled recordings dug up from CCC’s and other archives. Vol. 3 contains:

  • George Maciunas – Laff Trace, edited by Larry Miller
  • Ed Dorn, reading in Munich, 1975
  • Maciunas’s ‘Solo for Lips & Tongues performed by Larry Miller, Philip Corner et al.
  • Joe Jones music box
  • Philip Corner – A Carrot Chew…
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    Simon Vinkenoog was born in Amsterdam in 1928. After having worked for the Dutch publishing house Querido he moved to Paris in 1948, where he started working for the books and publications department of UNESCO. From Paris he launched the Dutch literary journal Blurb, which published Dutch and Flemish writers and poets, such as W.F. Hermans, Hugo Claus, Armando, Lucebert and Paul Rodenko. Vinkenoog’s own poetry…
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    sold outSecond in a series of compiled recordings dug up from CCC’s and other archives. Vol. 2 contains:

    – Ira Cohen’s 70th birthday party reading, 2005…

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