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“I want my list of works to be lean and mean and everything was urgent and had to be done. Nothing to play the market. My family’s had to suffer for that, that I haven’t done commercial jobs just to bring home the bacon.” Virtual Memories host Gil Roth shares a cup of coffee with Josh Alan at the Cafe Edison in Times Square; Josh takes his black. Recorded January 2014.
"Absent any false humility, I have to say that, intellectually, sitting me next to Jerry Pournelle strikes me as a little bit like sitting Bugs Bunny, fresh out of a hole in the ground and noshing on a carrot, next to an F-16: each highly effective but in very different ways and contexts."
Reverend Raymond Branch is joined on this recording by the late Brother Roland Payne on lead vocal. Roland Payne was a childhood friend of Rev. Branch's and in their youth, the two made up half of a Gospel quartet in Louisiana. A move to Los Angeles late in life reunited him with Rev. Branch, and it is from that era that this recording, "The Lord Will Make a Way Somehow," originates.
Brother Roland Payne, vocal; Rev. Branch, guitar and vocal.
Archival recording, date unknown
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"Doyle presents these mini-dramas and mini-comedies and slices of urban life with a poet’s gift for the carefully-chosen detail and a playwright’s gift for dialogue that rings true yet has a sense of both menace and comedy, like what one would hear in an Edward Albee play. This is 21st Century America. Someone who wants to understand this age 100 or 200 years from now should read this book. It’s all here."
Poet and publisher Bill Shute of Kendra Steiner Editions reviews Wyatt Doyle and Stanley Jason Zappa's STOP REQUESTED.
Click here to read the full essay, and click here for a list of available KSE music and poetry.