|Peters, Robert / Going Down The River In A Hayloft Coffin: The Evocative Years Of|
|Album:||Going Down The River In A Hayloft Coffin: The Evocative Years Of||Collection:||Spoken Word|
|Add Date:||2010-06-20||Pull Date:||2010-08-22|
|1.||Apr 27, 2013:||Music Casserole |
Traipsing Through A Cemetary
spoken word, raspy/gravelly voice, great wordsmith set to low background music. FCC #8 fuck|
from the notes: Going Down The River In A Hayloft Coffin: the evocative years of Robert Peters is a music poetry album featuring the illustrious poet Robert Peters and music composer Harlan Steinberger. The record includes forty nine poems that are strung with a twinge of Gothic & glaciated enchantments sequentially evoking how a poet thaws and carves out his destiny distancing himself from his primordial Wisconsin roots. The poems start off with winning tales of model Ts, berry picking, sexuality among North wood folks and other vivid backwood encounters. There are variances of deer hunting and fishing expeditions fleshed out. The sequence forges to the present covering eulogies to his beloveds and poignant elegies to the folks who were such integral part of the poet’s life. In the midst of these violent, visceral, celebratory, and elegant tales there’s a silver cord that keeps these images astonishingly alive with high voltage and renderable music and lyrics.
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