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William S. Burroughs - The Doctor Is On The Market (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "Ali's Smile", a one-side inch released via Brighton's Unicorn Bookshop, was Burroughs' only other 60s release, although it can be heard on the film soundtrack Chappaqua, and his distinctive voice was sampled in for Dashiell Hedayat's Obselete.
  2. William S. Burroughs discography and songs: Music profile for William S. Burroughs, born 5 February Genres: Spoken Word, Beat Poetry, Noise. Albums include The Black Rider, The "Priest" They Called Him, and Songs in the Key of X.
  3. () Music video: Appears in Laurie Anderson's video "Language is a Virus" (the title is a quote taken from a Burroughs story). () Provides vocals on the Laurie Anderson recording "Sharkey's Night," from the album "Mister Heartbreak." (s) Music video: .
  4. Break Through in Grey Room, an Album by William S. Burroughs. Released in on Sub Rosa (catalog no. SUB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Spoken Word.
  5. nirvana / kurt cobain & william s. burroughs the 'priest' they called him (usa 19copies 10inch 1-sided vinyl etched disc ps) Tim Kerr Records - TK - USA -
  6. Verified Purchase. Here it is the first record in a line of countless other releases by literary luminary, William S. Burroughs. Originally released on the hip experimental New York based record label ESP-Disk, this album was a must have for those on the fringe of the mainstream and even the counterculture/5(10).
  7. LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import Material Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 4 ratings. See all Material The Road To the Western Lands US 2-LP vinyl set Go Unlimited The Western Lands is one of my favorite books by William S Burroughs.. " The visions, the glimpses of the Western Lands, exist in space, not time, a different medium and a /5(4).
  8. Jan 30,  · Barry Miles’ biography of William S. Burroughs, which just happens to share a title with the singular litterateur’s first LP, came out early last year. I’ll admit I’ve not read it, a circumstance pertaining far less to the tome’s pages than it does to the simple fact that I’ve carried Burroughs’ writing and knowledge of his.

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