2 - William S. Burroughs - The Last Interview With William S. Burroughs (CDr, Album)

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  1. William Seward Burroughs II (/ ˈ b ʌr oʊ z /; February 5, – August 2, ) was an American writer and visual surfunampboontebin.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfoghs was a primary figure of the Beat Generation and a major postmodern author whose influence is considered to have affected a range of popular culture as well as literature. Burroughs wrote eighteen novels and novellas, six collections of short stories and four.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CDr release of The Last Interview With William S. Burroughs on Discogs.5/5(1).
  3. William Burroughs smokes Players and manipulates them with a hand that is thin and pale and missing the last terrible joint of the fifth digit. We’re drinking coffee and talking and eating almond pastries around a glass-topped table in a room full of rich, soft couches, objets d’art, books sun’s in .
  4. William S. Burroughs discography and songs: Music profile for William S. Burroughs, born 5 February Genres: Spoken Word, Beat Poetry, Noise. Albums include The Black Rider, The "Priest" They Called Him, and Songs in the Key of X.
  5. The "Priest" They Called Him is a collaboration between the American novelist William S. Burroughs and musician Kurt surfunampboontebin.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo the piece, Cobain provides noisy, discordant guitar backing based on "Silent Night" and "To Anacreon in Heaven" to Burroughs' deadpan surfunampboontebin.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfoally released as a limited edition inch picture disc on Tim/Kerr Records in , it was subsequently re-released on Format: 10" vinyl.
  6. Aug 20,  · In , the writer William Burroughs was interviewed by the Paris surfunampboontebin.trymhustpolahywicmudssveskasraverge.infoinfo was 50, living in a hotel in his hometown of St. Louis. A short time later, across the pond, an artist named Tom Phillips read the interview, and decided to play with Burroughs’ cut-up method by doing “column-edge” poems with the New Statesman. He decided to take the method a bit further.
  7. Jan 11,  · William Burroughs lived for many years in the former locker room of an s YMCA, on the Bowery in New York City. The almost windowless space was known as The Bunker. When he died in , his friend and mine, John Giorno, kept the apartment intact, with many of Burroughs’s possessions sitting as they were.
  8. William S. Burroughs was born on February 5, , into the upper-middle-class home of Mortimer and Laura Lee Burroughs, where he should have had “forty million reasons not to write.” His paternal grandfather, William S. Burroughs I, for whom he had been named, was the inventor of the first adding machine, a partner in the Burroughs Adding.

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