Bukowski Uncensored (1 Viewer)

Just listened to "Charles Bukowski Uncensored (from the Run with the Hunted Session." The mailman dropped it off the day before Christmas. It was great!

It has a lot of commentary, in addition to the poetry reading. One part that I found funny is when the interviewer chats with Buk about literature for six minutes or so. The guy obviously has read a lot of Buk's work, but he still fails to realize that Bukowski doesn't give a shit about what the guy is droning on about.

There are many of his strongest poems on this CD. Has anyone else listened to it?
Oh yes! I think most of us here have listened to it many times since it came out in 2000. All the commentary between Bukowski, Linda and the interviewer makes it extra interesting.
I liked the part where Bukowski tells about the French waiters lining up and starts bowing to him.

There's lots of Bukowski readings on CD and DVD, thank God.
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it's been years since i listened to it [...]

put in CD1 again and listen to Tracks 4-10!!!

Do it NOW !

No, don't say: later, maybe!

Get up now, you lazy bastard, go to your CD-rack and put out that CD.
Stop the music you're currently listening to.
It can continue later (if you still feel the need).

I can hear you thinking about it.

Just trust me!
Only tracks 4-10, that's not too much! (is it?)
Give it a chance.
And do it NOW.

If you don't feel satisfied or lucky or touched or moved after that, just stop and call me a stupid arse here in all public.
But give it a chance!

This night, after all these years:
listen to these tracks again!
You will love it!

No, babe, it's NOT enough to look at the track-list now!
You'll have to listen to the original voice of our man Hank.

And tell us then, what it turned out to be like ...

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