Adding discography to wikipedia - need help with dates (1 Viewer)

It seems that Buk's wikipedia article contains no references to his audio releases. Can that really be? Maybe I'm just not seeing it where it is, but even so, I want to add them. For me, the audio recordings trumps the written works any day of the week.
But I'm having a hard time figuring out the recording dates and the release dates. Is there any complete discography out there, except discogs - which is, as always, full of errors.

Come on, fanatics, this is your chance ;)

I've put up these. Any help with recording dates (first and foremost) and release dates second would be greatly appreciated.
  • 70 Minutes in Hell (1969) home recording
  • King of Poets (1970)
  • Poems and Insults (1973)
  • 90 Minutes In Hell (1977)
  • Hello, It's Good to Be Back! (1978)
  • Bukowski Reads His Poetry (1980)
  • Neither Bought for Gold, Nor to the Devil Sold
  • Uncensored: From the Run With the Hunted Session
  • At Terror Street and Agony Way
  • Hostage
  • Underwater Poetry Festival


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I once knew a guy who wanted to make an atomic bomb. All he had was a screwdriver and some good will.
I guess he was a fanatic.

Pogue Mahone

Officials say drugs may have played a part
Our friend Zobraks can be a little cranky this time of day -- but you have to admit it was a pretty funny line.

The answer was right under your nose -- I don't think we need a site redesign:

Video, audio, film and other media

Bukowski recordings

As you'll see on the thread, this was a collaborative effort by a lot of great folks. It's basically what this site is all about.
It's like pulling teeth with you people! No, I'm just messing. Thanks a lot. I'm not local, so I wont know the local watering holes and dives. Though fourty four years in the new york police force, true blue, gave me a gut feeling this was the place to look. And it paid off. Now, back to catching punk rocker scum on the streets. I've got a hot lead from an informant on the westcoast. Apparently the shipping yard is just a front for a prostitution ring that goes all the way to congress...


Art should be its own hammer.
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Also you can click on the "Timeline" link at the top. There's a readings/audio column.


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Isn't a discography ordered by release date, regardless of when the recording was made?

If you're determined to add an accurate list of recordings to wikipedia, this should be your source (though your inquiry here makes me believe we probably also need a page that orders by release date, so maybe that will be added).

As Pogue Mahone pointed out, it's the result of research from a lot of people - spread across several threads here in the forum - and it's an accurate and complete (?) list.

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