|Richard Brautigan: poet, author, and generally enlightned dude|
|The project (readings from Trout Fishing In America, In Watermelon Sugar, and others) was started in late 1968 and planned as Zapple #3. The master tape had even been prepared, just as Allen Klein shut down the Beatles' ultra-vanity label to save money. Harvest released this version in the fall of 1970.|
|Listening To Richard Brautigan|
|The Telephone Door to Richard Brautigan||Brautigan||0:56|
|The Hunchback Trout||Brautigan||7:19|
|The Rivets Of Ecclesiastes||Brautigan||4:16|
|Here Are the Sounds of My Life in San Francisco||Brautigan||3:30|
|Pill Versus The Springhill Mine Disaster||Brautigan||6:30|
|Revenge Of The Lawn||Brautigan||10:00|
|The Telephone Door That Leads Eventually
To Some Love Poems
|The Watermelon Sun||Brautigan||2:25|
|Here Are Some More Sounds of My Life||Brautigan||1:55|
|Short Stories about California||Brautigan||6:08|
Note: Richard Brautigan narrated the track Love's Not The Way To Treat A Friend on Mad River's album Paradise Bar & Grill.
Note: Read Richie Unterberger's liner notes for the CD reissue.