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Jack Kerouac - On The Road Album

Jack Kerouac - On The Road Album
Title:
On The Road
Performer:
Jack Kerouac
Style:
Dialogue, Audiobook, Spoken Word
Released:
2000
Catalog:
UAB 27
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
2783 mb
FLAC album size:
2125 mb
Genre:
Label:
Caedmon Audio

Tracklist


1Chapter 2: We Packed My Brother's Furniture...3:26
2Chapter 11: It Was Time For Us...9:41
3Chapter 5b: In Sacramento...5:19
4Chapter 11c: One Night I Waited...10:23
5Chapter 4a: Now It Was My Time...6:18
6Chapter 1: In The Spring Of 1949...6:08
7Chapter 2: The Following Midnight...8:44
8Chapter 1b: Then Came Spring...5:48
9Chapter 10: That Night I Found Carlo...5:31
10Chapter 8: Then Everybody Began Planning...8:34
11Chapter 13b: Terry Had A New Idea.9:08
12Chapter 4b: The Tenorman's Boy...10:54
13Title (Introduction)0:13
14Chapter 9b: It Was A Wonderful Night.5:42
15Chapter 11b: It Was A Horrible Crew...12:27
16Chapter 2a: He Came To The Door...8:39
17Chapter 5b: I Took The Wheel...13:16
18Chapter 11d: Things Grew To Worse Proportions...8:22
19Chapter 2b: And In The Morning...7:57
20Chapter 1a: I Came Into Some Money...6:12
21Chapter 3b: Then In The Late Night...7:11
22Chapter 3a: It Was An Ordinary Bus Trip...8:23
23Chapter 1b: They Ate Voraciously...5:46
24Chapter 4a: The Girls Came Down...8:58
25Chapter 8a: Horrible Nauseas Possessed...7:47
26Chapter 11: That Was The Way...7:52
27Chapter 2: In The Month Of July 1947...5:22
28Chapter 9; Outside Tucson...5:17
29Chapter 13c: Nothing Was Going To Happen Except...9:38
30Chapter 1a: I First Met Dean...11:29
31Chapter 3b: But I Had To Get Going...7:05
32Chapter 9a: In The Evening...4:46
33Chapter 6a: It Was Drizzling...10:14
34Chapter 13d: I Got Off The Truck...6:17
35Chapter 6b: The Result Was Uproarious...6:51
36Chapter 7a: It Was There In The Morning...8:18
37Chapter 6c: It Would Take All Night...13:16
38Chapter 4a: The Greatest Ride In My Life...11:54
39Chapter 4a: It Was May.8:06
40Chapter 6c: The End Of Our Journey Impended.6:19
41Chapter 11a: I Was Two Weeks Late...11:10
42Chapter 4b: We Drove Around Aimlessly...6:09
43Chapter 6b: I Drove Through South Carolina...10:37
44Chapter 12a: In The Morning...8:03
45Chapter 6a: Immediately Outside Gregoria...9:07
46Chapter 8b: We Tried Everything.11:26
47Chapter 3: First Thing, We Went To A Bar...11:24
48 Part 3
49Chapter 7: Nothing Happened That Night...8:52
50Chapter 7: The Following Ten Days...11:24
51Chapter 6a: Now We Had...5:21
52Chapter 5a: The Car Belonged To...6:57
53Chapter 7b: In The Afternoon...7:18
54Chapter 13a: For The Next Fifteen Days...11:45
55Chapter 4b: The Parties Were Enormous...6:26
56 Part 4
57Chapter 5a: Then We Turned...10:31
58Chapter 10: Nevertheless Marylou...7:20
59Chapter 6: In Those Days...6:15
60Chapter 5c: And In There We Found...11:53
61Chapter 1b: He Came The Following Sunday...4:26
62 Part 1
63Chapter 5: I Was With Montana Slim...8:18
64Chapter 3a: It Was Like...9:48
65Chapter 4b: Montana Slim Turned To Me...8:20
66Chapter 1a: It Was Over A Year...7:02
67Chapter 10b: Stranger Flowers Yet...4:55
68Dean Drove From Mexico City...9:55
69Chapter 14: At Dawn My Bus Was...10:37
70Chapter 9a: In No Time At All...6:42
71 Part 5
72Chapter 5: I Left Everybody...9:22
73 Part 2
74Chapter 8a: What Is That Feeling...13:58
75Chapter 3c: We Stopped Along The Road...6:39
76Chapter 10a: Great Chicago Glowed...5:11
77Chapter 6b: Then The Mountains Loomed...7:02
78Chapter 12b: And Here My Mind Went...4:40
79Chapter 9b: I Went To Sleep...9:47
80Chapter 3: We Went To My House...10:34
81Chapter 8b: We Finished Our Business...4:32


Credits


  • Directed ByRick Harris
  • Narrator [Performer]Matt Dillon
  • ProducerRick Harris
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByRichard Romaniello


Notes


Complete unabridged version.

ISBN: 0-694-52360-7


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 9 780694 523610


Album


Jack Kerouac Reads On the Road is a compilation album by American novelist and poet Jack Kerouac, released posthumously on September 14, 1999. The centrepiece of the record is a 28-minute recitation by Kerouac from his book On the Road that was recorded on an acetate disc in the 1950s but thought lost for decades, and had only recently been rediscovered at the time of release. Other tracks feature Kerouac singing renditions of Jazz hits from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s alongside songs and poems of his. American Haikus: Letters from the Road - Jack Kerouac. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Jack Kerouac Reads the Last Page of 'On the Road'. Songs in album Jack Kerouac Reads On The Road 1999. Jack Kerouac - Ain't We Got Fun. Jack Kerouac - On The Road. Jack Kerouac - Come Rain Or Shine. Jack Kerouac - When A Woman Loves A Man. Jack Kerouac - Leavin' Town. Tom Waits - On The Road Feat. Other albums by Jack Kerouac, Tom Waits. Tom Waits. Blue Valentine. Album 1999 28 Songs. Readings from On the Road & Visions of Cody. The Subterraneans - 1. México City Blues - 221. Old Angel Midnight - 1. Lucien Midnight the Sounds of the Universe In My Window - 1. Listen free to Jack Kerouac Jack Kerouac - On The Road Readings From On The Road And Visions Of Cody, The Subterraneans - 1. excerpts and more. 28 tracks . Do you know any background info about this album Start the wiki. Kerouac's spontaneous, confessional language style inspired other writers, including Tom Robbins, Richard Brautigan, Hunter S. Thompson, Ken Kesey, and Bob Dylan. Most of his life was spent in the vast landscapes of America or in the apartment of his mother, with whom he lived most of his life. Face read more. Readings From On the Road And Visions of Cody - Jack Kerouac. 2018 г. Jack Kerouac - On the Road. Kerouac is a more enjoyable author to hear reading on disc than most, since his prose had much of a jazz rhythm, and since he was an engaging readerperformer himself. The big find on this 74-minute CD is the 28-minute excerpt from On the Road his most famous and widely-read book, found on '50s acetates that had been thought lost. Jack Kerouac1922-1969, the central figure of the Beat Generation, was born in Lowell, Massachusetts, in 1922 and died in St. Petersburg, Florida, in 1969. Among his many novels are On the Road, The Dharma Bums, Big Sur, and Visions of Cody. Reprinted by permission. I first met Dean not long after my wife and I split up. I had just gotten over a serious illness that I wont bother to talk about, except that it had something to do with the miserably weary split-up and my feeling that everything was dead. With the coming of Dean Moriarty began the part of my life you could call my life on the road