anyone like spoken word?

Discussion in 'Entertainment & Sports' started by inakaotaku, May 3, 2007.

  1. inakaotaku

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    I'm looking for suggestions. So far I have discovered that I like things inspired by the psychedelic generation. I have two of Timothy Leary's albums, like those, especially "You can be anything this time around". I also really dig this guy: http://www.richshapero.imeem.com/ who mixes primal themes with beautiful wilderness descriptions. I have "The Ram - Wild Animus" by him. It's kind of half music/half poetry, not sure if that really counts as "spoken word", but I view him more as a storyteller than a musician.
     
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    dreamliner77 The Analog Kid

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    Henry Rollins. 'nuf said.
     
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    Ahhh the Black flag Henry Rollins? or just plain ol' Henry Rollins
     
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    Maybe I should check him out. I'm really not into Black Flag (I knew one of their bassists personally, that might have something to do with it), but I haven't heard Rollins' spoken word stuff. Is there anywhere online that I could listen/watch some for free? I should have mentioned that you can hear all of "Wild Animus - The Ram" at the link I posted.
     
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