Poetry reading featuring Quincy Troupe (Audio)

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Description
  • Quincy Troupe poetry reading at Duff's Restaurant. Recording Index: Up from New Orleans [no title mentioned] 05:40; "I thought it was the music" [not title mentioned] 11:56; "If there is something" [no title mentioned] 15:43; "Father, it was an honor" [no title mentioned] 18:32; "Root Doctor" 26:24; The Hoochie Coochie Man Done Up and Gone 33:15; Following the North Star Boogaloo 38:45; Prose reading from Miles: The Paperback 46:05 to end of file
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Creator
Contributors
Funder
  • Funding provided by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission through the Access to Historical Records grant
Publisher
  • Washington University in St. Louis
Source
  • mp3 edited access file was created from unedited access file which was sourced from preservation WAV file that was generated from original audio cassette.
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • CASS.732
Series
  • River Styx at Duff's
  • River Styx Archive (MSS127), 1973-2001
Note
  • Cut beginning of intro - superfluous. Prose reading from Miles: The Paperback 46:05 to end. Cut the Butch Thomas Solo at the end.
Extent
  • 00H56M58S
Description standard
Publication place
  • St. Louis, Missouri
Date issued
  • 1990-11-19T00:00:00Z
Collection
Visibility Open Access
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