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Up is one of those "should've been" bands. Similar in sound to Blue Cheer and political philosophy to MC5, Killer Up represents the complete recordings of the Detroit band from the '60s. Save for two singles, none of this material was released by the band while it was still together between 1967-1973. Up was closely aligned with MC5, living with them in the White Panther Party commune in Ann Arbor and often sharing the bill with them at area concerts.
American poet and philosopher. Ginsberg was born into a Jewish family in Newark, New Jersey, and grew up in nearby Paterson. As a young teenager, Ginsberg began to write letters to The New York Times about political issues, such as World War II and workers' rights . The Mantra-Rock Dance promotional poster featuring Allen Ginsberg along with leading rock bands. Music and chanting were both important parts of Ginsberg's live delivery during poetry readings. He often accompanied himself on a harmonium, and was often accompanied by a guitarist. It is believed that the Hindi and Buddhist poet Nagarjuna had introduced Ginsberg to the harmonium in Banaras.
Following his October 31 1969 reading in Montreal,Allen answers a number of questions from the audience. And also I have to testify to a single moment when Dave Dellinger, the head of the Mobilization Committee, is accused of having tried to foment a riot, having conspired all to form a riot, on the precise moment when he calls me up, in front of the line of marchers, on Wednesday of the Convention week, that were holding a march without. the) police permit and who wanted to assemble on the streets. While he was negotiating with the police, he asked me to pick up the microphone and chant Buddha chants. So it was for this precise moment that he was being accused of fomenting a riot).
They do this despite the fact that Kerouac and Ginsberg were expansive letter writers, that each wrote to many correspondents, and that reams of these other letters have already shown up elsewhere.
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|2||–Up||Do The Sun Dance||3:34|
|3||–Up||Free John Now (Mix 3)||4:03|
Written-By – Earl King
|5||–Up||C'mon And Swim
Written-By – S. Stewart*, T. Coman*
|6||–Up||Hassan I Sabbah||4:02|
|7||–Up||Sisters, Sisters (Sisters Rising)||2:50|
|9||–Up||Train Kept A Rollin'
Written-By – T. Bradshaw*
|10||–Up||Just Like An Aborigine (Mix 2)||4:10|
|11||–Up||I Don't Need You||2:29|
|12||–Up||Never Say Die||4:03|
|13||–Up||Free John Now (Mix 1)||4:08|
|14||–Allen Ginsberg||Prayer For John Sinclair
Guitar – Steven TaylorWritten-By, Recorded By, Read By [Recitation], Harmonium – Allen Ginsberg
|NER3002/10||Up Also Featuring Allen Ginsberg||Up Also Featuring Allen Ginsberg - Killer Up! (1969-1972) (10")||Total Energy||NER3002/10||US||1995|