The Dial-A-Poem Poets: You're the Guy I Want To Share My Money With

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1. Laurie Anderson - Dr. Miller

2. Laurie Anderson - It Was up in the Mountains

3. Laurie Anderson - Drums

4.Laurie Anderson - Closed Circuits

5. Laurie Anderson - Born, Never Asked

6. John Giorno - I Don't Need It, I Don't Want It, and You Cheated Me Out of It

7. John Giorno - Completely Attached to Delusion

8. William S. Burroughs - Introducing John Stanley Hart; He Entered the Bar with the Best of Intentions

9. William S. Burroughs - Twilight's Last Gleamings

10. William S. Burroughs - By Protagonist Kim Carson

11. William S. Burroughs - The Do Rights

12. William S. Burroughs - Salt Chunk Mary; Like Mr. Hart, Kim Has a Dark Side to His Character

13. William S. Burroughs - Progressive Education

14. William S. Burroughs - The Wild Fruits

15. William S. Burroughs - The Unworthy Vessel

16. John Giorno - excerpt from Put Your Ear to Stone & Open Your Heart to the Sky

17. William S. Burroughs - My Name Is Clem Snide/Mr. Hart Couldn't Hear the Word Death

18. Laurie Anderson - For Electronic Dogs/Structuralist Filmmaking/Drums

From the LP "You're The Guy I Want To Share My Money With" (1981), GPS 020-021 (2x LP)

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