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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
Harvest ST-424
10/70
Back Cover

Side One
The Telephone Door to Richard Brautigan Brautigan 0:56
The Hunchback Trout Brautigan 7:19
Love Poem* Brautigan 3:45
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
Side Two
Revenge Of The Lawn Brautigan 10:00
The Telephone Door That Leads Eventually
   To Some Love Poems
Brautigan 7:36
The Watermelon Sun Brautigan 2:25
Here Are Some More Sounds of My Life Brautigan 1:55
Short Stories about California Brautigan 6:08
Boo, Forever Brautigan 0:45
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Richard Brautigan-vocals
*read by: Bob Prescot, Valerie Estes, Michael McClure, Margot Patterson Doss, Bruce Conner, Michaela Blake-Grand,
Donald M Allen/David Schaff, Ianthe Brautigan, Imogen Cunningham, Herb Caen, Betty Kirkendall, Peter Berg, Alan Stone,
Antonio, Donald M Allen, Cynthia Harwood, and Price Dunn.
Produced by: Miles Associates & Richard Brautigan

Next, we will listen to Rosko
Music And Gibran

reading Kahlil Gibran.
Rosko, the hip underground guide reads Kahlil Gibran,
with music by the John Berberian Ensemble
This is the second issue cover, the original was just Gibran's face.

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.
 


Links!
Richard Brautigan web site
Story about The Zapple recordings

 


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