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Rod McKuen reads In memory of my father

Charles Plymell

Rod McKuen reads In memory of my father

by Charles Plymell

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Published by Cherry Valley Editions in Baltimore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Charles Plymell ; recording by Rod McKuen.
ContributionsMcKuen, Rod.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3566.L95 R6 1977
The Physical Object
Pagination[14] p. : phonodisc (2 s. : 7 in ; 33 1/3 rpm.)
Number of Pages33
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4900538M
ISBN 100916156125
LC Control Number76044678

Charles Plymell (born Ap , in Holcomb, Kansas) is a poet, novelist, and small press l has been published widely, collaborated with, and published many poets, writers, and artists, including principals of the Beat Generation.. He has published, printed, and designed many underground magazines and books with his wife Pamela Beach, a namesake in avant-garde publishing.   One of many Rod McKuen's works we have read..a look inside a man who's so much more than the records we all knew back then - The Earth, The Sea and the Sky. One I don't see to review is "searching for my Father" in which we found out the most about him, his life, etc. This last our favorite!Reviews: 6.

Complete song listing of Rod McKuen on COVID Because of processes designed to ensure the safety of our employees, you may experience a delay in the shipping of your order. Books Magazines. Spend $75 for Free Shipping * Order by Phone Your Account Order Status Help. Menu. Movies & TV Music Vinyl Gifts. That book was LISTEN TO THE WARM by Rod McKuen. It was a small, gift-sized book about 6″ square. I read it again and again and then started haunting used bookstores for copies of his other books. He wrote about love and broken hearts but at the center of it all he wrote about being lonely and boy could I relate to that.

Barry Alfonso Backbeat Books ($) by Walter Holland. Singer-songwriter-poet Rod McKuen was a strange, self-conflicted, and tragic figure; an artist of frenetic creativity, he was also a closeted gay man who became trapped in his illusory pop persona as a mellow, lovelorn, balladeer and bard. Click to read more about Finding My Father: One Man's Search for Identity by Rod McKuen. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5.


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Rod McKuen reads In memory of my father by Charles Plymell Download PDF EPUB FB2

I knew Rod McKuen was a good song-writer & singer. And I knew he wrote poetry, but had no idea how much and how famous his poetry books had gotten. I mainly remembered him from the old movie, "Rock Pretty Baby", which I still watch, and knew he wrote songs for a lot of popular singers for several by: 5.

Rod McKuen has 57 books on Goodreads with ratings. Rod McKuen’s most popular book is Listen to the Warm. See all books authored by Rod McKuen, including Listen to the Warm, and Stanyan Street and Other Sorrows: Poems, and more on Finding My Father: One Man's Search for Identity.

Rod McKuen $ - $ Seasons in Sun. Rod McKuen $4 We personally assess every book's quality and offer rare, out-of-print treasures. Alfonso will be speaking, reading and signing copies of his new book, “A Voice of the Warm: The Life of Rod McKuen” at 7 p.m.

on Oct. 23 at Main Point Books, N. Wayne Ave. in Wayne. A Voice of the Warm – The Life of Rod McKuen was a powerful, powerful read for me. Rod McKuen was a hero to millions of Baby Boomers in the late Sixties and early Seventies.

His music moved me then, and still does. I especially liked The Sea, The Earth, and The Sky. It was one of my favorite album sets over forty years ago, and remains so today/5.

“Every day of every year I thought about my father,” McKuen tells us. McKuen's mother, Clarice Woolever, may have been one of those rare women back in the 's who dared to.

Gillian Frank’s essay is a timely reminder of Rod McKuen’s significance as a cultural figure as well as his misunderstood place in history.

It informed my approach to writing A VOICE OF THE WARM: THE LIFE OF ROD McKUEN, due out from Backbeat Books in This is the first biography of McKuen.

InFrank Sinatra commissioned an entire album of poems and songs by McKuen; it was released under the title A Man Alone: The Words and Music of Rod McKuen. The album featured the song "Love's Been Good to Me", which become one of McKuen's best-known songs.

McKuen performed solo in a half-hour special broadcast by NBC on   Rod McKuen, who has died a was, at his peak, a cultural phenomenon whose massive success as a songwriter and singer saw him become. The Songs of Rod McKuen (Cheval Books, ) With Love (Stanyan Books, ) New Ballads (Stanyan Books, ) Pastorale (Stanyan Books, ) The Carols Christmas (Cheval/Random House, ) Grand Tour (Stanyan Books, ) Prose.

Finding My Father (Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, ) An Outstretched Hand (Cheval Books/Harper & Row, ). READ REVIEW. FINDING MY FATHER. by Rod McKuen ‧ RELEASE DATE: Aug. 16, The opening sentence of this book's afterword ""About the Author"" states that ""Rod McKuen's books of poetry have sold in excess of 16, copies in hardcover."" That should be the first fact cited in explanation of the failings of this book, which could have.

My parents rolled their eyes at my taste in Rod, but at least I was finally reading books. In the late '60s McKuen was the best-selling poet in the U.S. His. Rod McKuen Reads in Memory of My Father. Charles Plymell. 01 Jan Book. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Hand on the Doorknob. Charles Plymell. 31 Dec Book.

unavailable. Notify me. Hand on the Doorknob. Charles Plymell. 01 May Hardback. unavailable. Notify me. The Last of the Moccasins. Charles Plymell. 01 Oct Rod McKuen was born Ap Rod McKuen, a successful poet and songwriter in the late s and s. McKuen was twice nominated for an Oscar — in for the song “Jean” from the Maggie Smith film “The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie,” and in for original song score of the Peanuts movie “A Boy Named Charlie Brown.”.

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His obsession with locating his true father was also, I believe, a source of inspiration. He eventually found the answers he sought and chronicled his search in his autobiographical book, Finding My Father.

If Rod McKuen's life teaches us anything, it is that adversity and challenge can some times lead us to do incredible things. Rod McKuen In memory of my late fat cat Pashosh. For a while the only earth that Sloopy knew was in her sandbox. Two rooms on Fifty-fifth Street were her domain.

Every night she’d sit in the window among the avocado plants waiting for me to come home (my arms full of canned liver and love).

We’d talk into the night then contented but. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and NEW YORK (AP) — Rod McKuen, the husky-voiced "King of Kitsch" whose music, verse and spoken-word recordings in the s and '70s won him Oscar nominations and made him one of the best-selling.

Finding My Father: One Man's Search for Identity. Rod McKuen. Published by Cheval Books. Used. (A Biplane book) Rod McKuen. Published by Pocket Books () ISBN ISBN Used.

you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms and Conditions. McKuen was one of the best-selling poets in the United States during the s, but mostly forgotten by later generations — indeed, the only memory I have of his work is a book of poetry my.

Poet, Composer, Songwriter and Singer. McKuen was a prolific force in popular culture, turning out hundreds of songs and poems and recordings in the s and '70s which made him one of the best-selling poets in history.

He spent his teens ranching and roping horses in a rodeo and wrote poetry in his free time. After.Rod McKuen reads In memory of my father: Some mothers' sons: The trashing of America: [poems] Tschernobyl: Selected Co-authors Countries and Regions of Publication (3) Publication Statistics | | Selected Publishers (10) About Record Views.