Kendra Steiner Editions (Bill Shute)

October 31, 2021

Benny Goodman Today! (London Phase 4 Stereo Spectacular, 1970, 2-LP set), live in Stockholm, Sweden

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A1 Let’s Dance
A2 Sweet Georgia Brown
A3 If I Had You
A4 Baubles, Bangles And Beads
A5 Stealin’ Apples
B1 Don’t Be That Way
B2 Willow Weep For Me
B3 Big John’s Special
B4 Body And Soul
B5 A String Of Pearls
C1 Poor Butterfly
C2 Dear Dave
C3 Roll’em
C4 Blue Skies
C5 One O’Clock Jump
D1 I Would Do Most Anything For You
D2 Venus H.B. (Turkish March)
D3 Sing Sing Sing – Part I
D4 Sing Sing Sing – Part II
D5 Goodbye

October 29, 2021

7 episodes of HOLLYWOOD JOE with Joe Estevez

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October 27, 2021

Joe Estevez in ‘San Franpsycho’ (2006, directed by Eduardo & Jose Quiroz)

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October 25, 2021

Richard Harrison in SHOOT JOE AND SHOOT AGAIN, aka Joe Dakota (Italy 1971)

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October 22, 2021

Bob Crewe Generation, “Anna”(1967)

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October 20, 2021

CHET BAKER, Leaving (1980 LP)

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Recorded at Munich Sound Studios, Germany, 1980.

00:00 Gershwin Goes To Rio
06:30 Leaving
16:13 You’ve Flipped Out
20:30 Tempus Fugit
25:33 Blues Pour C.R.
31:38 Prayer For The Newborn
35:11 When I Fall In Love

Arranged By – Chet Baker, Dennis Luxion
Bass – Ricardo Del Fra
Flute [Alto] – Nicola Stilo
Piano – Dennis Luxion
Trumpet, Vocals – Chet Baker

October 18, 2021

Luke Askew in NEST OF VIPERS (Italy 1969), directed by Giulio Petroni

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LUKE ASKEW in NEST OF VIPERS (Italy 1969), directed by Giulio Petroni (Death Rides A Horse)

October 17, 2021

now available: Bill Shute, ‘Junk Sculpture From The New Gilded Age: Selected Poems, 2005-2017’ from Moloko Print (Germany)

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The positive comments are coming in via text and e-mail for Moloko’s new 90-page collection of old and long out-of-print Bill Shute poetry chapbooks, ‘Junk Sculpture From The New Gilded Age: Selected Poems, 2005-2017’. Some of you even had a copy before I rec’d my author copies!

The book contains poems (with some minor revisions and with re-formatting to Moloko’s page size) from the following KSE chapbooks, along with the original publication dates:

LAMENT FOR THE LIVING (for Chet Baker), 2010

KERRVILLE, TEXAS (from chapbook Next Exit: Two), 2007

EMERGENCY, 2009

THREE FROM THE EARTH, 2012

PROTOTYPE, 2006

TRIMMINGS, 2017

MANIPULATING AMBIGUITY, 2015

MARION, TEXAS (from chapbook Next Exit: Two), 2007

RAGA (THAT WHICH COLORS THE MIND), 2011

VENETIAN SAGE, 2008

CIRCLE OF FOURTHS: DUCAL POEMS ONE, 2013

SLOW WALK (from chapbook Sonnets For Bill Doggett), 2006

OBJECTLESS (for Kazimir Malevich), 2007

COPPER (for Val Stecklein) (from chapbook Suspension), 2009

Publisher’s write-up:

Bill Shute: Junk Sculpture From the New Gilded Age

Selected Poems, 2005-2017

Bill Shute (born 1958), working out of San Antonio, Texas, has published thirteen books and over one hundred chapbooks of open-field poetry, assemblages of particulars from an increasingly beaten-down, militarized, and polarized American South and Southwest. His initial inspirations as a poet were Paul Blackburn, Ted Berrigan, Gertrude Stein, and John Wieners. He has recorded poetry-and-music collaborations with a number of experimental and free-jazz artists, including Alfred 23 Harth, and since 2006 he has operated the South Texas-based small label and press Kendra Steiner Editions. Shute has also written extensively about music since the 1970s and has been a contributor to Ugly Things magazine for 35+ years. In 2012 he assembled the band for and produced a sold-out Austin concert by legendary outsider musician Jandek. In the last year he has issued the book-length poem ‘Complementary Angles’ and provided a critical introduction for a new collection of filmmaker Edward D. Wood Jr.’s early 1970s non-fiction writings, ‘When The Topic Is Sex’ (Bear Manor Media).

His other recent book-length poems include ‘Satori In Natchez,’ ‘Among The Newly Fallen,’ ‘Riverside Fugue,’ ‘Tomorrow Won’t Bring The Rain,’ and ‘Two Self-Portraits (After Murillo)’.

Junk Sculpture From The New Gilded Age: Selected Poems 2005-2017 contains a wide variety of never-reissued shorter poems from long out-of-print chapbooks, including his acclaimed study of the last days of Chet Baker, “Lament For The Living.”

“when the time comes to take the temperature of samizdat post-Beat publishing, Bill Shute/ Kendra Steiner Editions will be one of the central players” — David Keenan, Volcanic Tongue

Shute can be found at  kendrasteinereditions.wordpress.com/

MOLOKO PRINT 108 | 2021
© Bill Shute
http://www.kendrasteinereditions.wordpress.com
Cover M P Landis
Gestaltung Andrea Lühr
Schrift Consolas/Nexus
Druck Bookstation GmbH Anzing
Printed in Germany 2021
ISBN 978-3-948750-08-4

Preis: 15,00 EUR

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You can order the book here. Just click on the SHOP button at the bottom of the left-side menu.

http://www.molokoplusrecords.de/finder.php?folder=Print&content=131

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Thanks to those longtime readers who bought and read the vintage chapbooks where these pieces were originally published. Though I have the original manuscripts, and have digital versions of the texts, I’m not sure that I have all the original chaps myself!

Though I’ve moved on to other areas of poetry since the original publication of the pieces in this collection, it is an excellent cross-section of where I was at that time, both a “best of” and something that shows diverse technique and an eclectic palette.

To quote one e-mail I rec’d from a stranger who bought the book and Googled my name to send me a comment, “The Chet Baker poem that opens the collection is one of the most insightful things I’ve ever read about Baker’s art…and the book moves through everything from a sonnet to a poem inspired by the painter Malevich which uses no nouns or pronouns…the final poem left me speechless. I’m so glad to have discovered this book. There is no one else doing anything in poetry remotely like you are doing.”

Get YOUR copy now, at the Moloko link above.

And while you are at it, try some of my more recent poetry books, long-form works such as RIVERSIDE FUGUE, COMPLEMENTARY ANGLES, and TWO SELF-PORTRAITS (AFTER MURILLO), available from any international Amazon outlet.

October 16, 2021

Lloyd Hughes as RIP-ROARING RILEY (1935), with Grant Withers, directed by Elmer Clifton

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October 15, 2021

coming tomorrow to the KSE blog…the 1935 classic RIP-ROARING RILEY! watch the trailer now!

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October 14, 2021

Teddy Wilson, Stomping At The Savoy (recorded in the UK, 1967)

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Song List:
【00:00】01 – Stompin’ At The Savoy 4:16
【04:25】02 – Moonglow 4:30
【09:00】03 – As Time Goes By 2:26
【11:32】04 – Honeysuckle Rose [Take 1] 4:01
【15:34】05 – Flying Home 4:35
【20:11】06 – I Can’t Get Started 2:21
【22:31】07 – Sometimes I’m Happy 4:00
【26:31】08 – Body And Soul 4:33
【31:08】09 – I’ll Never Be The Same 7:36
【38:48】10 – Easy Living 3:07
【41:56】11 – On Green Dolphin Street 2:10
【44:07】12 – Honeysuckle Rose 4:04

Musicians:
・Teddy Wilson (Piano)
・Dave Shepherd (Clarinet)
・Ronnie Gleaves (Vibraphone)
・Peter Chapman (Bass)
・Johnny Richardson (Drums)

October 12, 2021

Johnny Burnette, Coral/Freedom 45 rpm singles, 1956-1960

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October 10, 2021

Franco Nero & Charlotte Rampling in ISLAND OF CRIME (Italy, 1968)

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October 8, 2021

Robert Ginty in GOLD RAIDERS (Thailand, 1982)

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October 6, 2021

Jan & Dean–On The Run (1965-66 unaired TV pilot)

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October 4, 2021

SLEEPY JOHN ESTES with Hammie Nixon, ‘On 80 Highway’ (1974)

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October 2, 2021

Japanese TOMMY LEE JONES coffee commercials

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