Kendra Steiner Editions

September 14, 2010

new Bill Shute spoken-word CDR now available!

Filed under: Uncategorized — kendrasteinereditions @ 9:37 pm

BILL   SHUTE

“SAN ANTONIO SKY SONGS” (KSE #171)

full-length (40 minute) spoken-word CDR

FOUR TEXAS STREAMS   7:41

dissolving–consolidating–quickening–moderating

EMERGENCY   3:54

PEBBLES, SCREENS, AND TROMBONES  1:17

ACRES  5:01

SUSPENSION  6:37

brass–pewter–aluminum–copper

BOSS MAN  1:31

SHORE ACCESS  9:17

SILHOUETTES  4:38

master key—feeling free—exchanges—bright and shining—voices in the wind

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With the excellent response to the spoken-word SILHOUETTES business-card CDR and to the other spoken-word tracks I’ve sent in file form to a number of KSE readers-customers, I’ve taken your suggestions and put together a full-length (40 minute) CDR of readings from various 2006-2009 chapbooks of mine. The two most requested by readers were ACRES and SUSPENSION, and those are both on here among many others. My poetry-music collaborations with cutting-edge experimental musician-composers Derek Rogers and Anthony Guerra will be coming out over the next year, but while we are waiting for those, here’s me…in your face. If you’ve ever wondered how my open-field poems are meant to be “heard,”  this cdr will provide your answer. If you can imagine my poems read in a style somewhere between Ken Nordine, Kim Fowley, and William Shatner, then maybe you are ready for this album. If not, look elsewhere.

$7.00 postpaid anywhere via paypal to django5722(at)yahoo(dot)com.

SAN ANTONIO SKY SONGS…it’s exactly what you think it is.

And yes, that’s a Bukka White allusion in the title…

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