Ed Dorn (1929-1999)



Edward Dorn Reads from The North Atlantic Turbine (1967)

1. Side 1

Edward Dorn reads from "The North Atlantic Turbine"
Wait by the Door awhile Death, there are others
A Notataion on the evening of November 27, 1967
A Theory of Truth; The North Atlantic Turbine
The Sundering U.P. Tracks



2. Side 2

Edward Dorn reads from "The North Atlantic Turbine"
Thesis
1st Note (from London
Oxford Part 1 Fornication
II. In Town
III. Comforted by Limestone
IV. An Epistolary Comment
V. Of the "English" Colony


Tracks 1-2 from the LP "Edward Dorn Reads from The North Atlantic Turbine"
1967, Stream Records (P1201), London.

ORIGINAL LP SLEEVE NOTE:
Edward Dorn comes from Villa Grove, Illinois, a small town on a secret confluence of the Wabash. he was born in the Spring of 1929. There was no flood that year, all the noney haveing been carried off by a few men of vision. In fact that year was the beginning of a long spell of dry weather all over the world.



3. Recollections of Grande Apacharia
(4:28, recorded First Unitarian Church, San Francisco, August 31, 1973)


4. From Gunslinger, Book 4
(3:48, Recorded at St. Marks Church, NYC, Nov. 19, 1975)