FREQUENCY's DEBUT ISSUE IS AVAILABLE NOW!!!!!!!
is an audio journal of poetry
that hopes to appear annually
NOW AVAILABLE at Modern Times Bookstore in San Francisco
For a copy of the debut CD, send $11 TO
Philadelphia, PA 19110
For information on the artists please e-mail the editors at
TRACK INFO FOR FIRST ISSUE:
1: Whip & I Feel Tractor: Untitled
Poem by Kevin Opstedal. Performed by: Whip: acoustic guitar, vocals, piano; Leslie Bernstein: drums, vocals; Ben Malkin: electric, acoustic guitar, vocals; Edmund Berrigan: electric guitar, vocals
2: Caroline Bergvall: Ambient Fish
3: Alice Notley: c. '81
4: Gil Ott: The Moon Does Not Run On Gasoline
5: Gil Ott: Stingere
6: Frank Sherlock (music by Alex Welsh): Elementals with a Suggestion
7: Alan Gilbert and Jason Forrest (Donna Summer): Another Love TKO
8: Michael Gizzi: 4 poems from McKenna's Antennas
9: Molly Russakoff: Abnormal Psychology
10: Ange Mlinko: Poem Bejeweled with Proper Nouns
11: Jenn McCreary: Sheltered from a doctrine of signatures
12: I Feel Tractor: Woods
13: Jeni Olin: My Boyfriend the Infidel
14: Jeni Olin: The Para-Olympic Legacy
15: Aaron Kunin: The Sore Throat
16: Eileen Myles: Orleans
17: Jennifer Coleman: Coney Island
18: Tom Devaney: The Rat and the Flowerpot
19: Edwin Torres: Liberal Beste; music by Crunchberry Smoke; Paul Opperman, guitar; Fred Stesney, bass; Edwin Torres, keyboard; mixed at Twist Studios, NYC.
20: hassen: Digging a Hole to China
21: hassen: Before the World
22: Ethel Rackin: I Keep Jumping into Titles
23: Chris McCreary: Labyrinths
24: Greg Fuchs: Rock the Drug Laws
25: I Feel Tractor: Blue Heron
26-30: FEATURED POET Douglas Oliver, 5 poems from The Shattered Crystal
We'd like to dedicate this, our first issue, to the memory of Douglas Oliver, the featured reader on this disc, who died in the spring of 2000. Thanks to Anselm Berrigan for lending us his recordings of Douglas and to Alice Notley for giving us permission to use them.
We are sorry to note that Gil Ott passed away during the preparation of this CD, but we feel fortunate to be able to share his voice with you. Our condolences to his wife Julia, and daughter, Willa.
We'd like to thank everyone who helped make the CD possible, especially Buck Downs, kari edwards, Susan Maynard, Bill Corbett, George Logan at In the Night Studios, Molly at Molly's Bookstore in Philly for letting us hold a fundraiser, Frank Sherlock who let us hold a fundraiser at his La Tazza Poetry series, and to all the people who sent us subscriptions ahead of time.
If you would like to have your work considered for an upcoming issue, please send a recording on an audio CD or standard cassette tape to:
Philadelphia, PA 19110