Whitman McGowan | Look What the Cat Dragged in Again

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Look What the Cat Dragged in Again

by Whitman McGowan

Spoken word, storytelling, diverse verbal pyrotechnics and meditative comedy accompanied by music of various types equals fun.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Lucky Man
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2. Every Eight Seconds
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3. Hôtel
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4. Admen vs. Madmen
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5. Music Critic
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6. Middle Age Dub
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7. Distinguished Poetry
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8. Beached Whale Blues
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9. Be Nowhere Now
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10. Tibetan Heckler Prayer
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11. Eleven Impressions of the Jura Lama
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12. Green Gulch Farm
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13. Personal Bomb Threat (Mauser Remix)
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Whitman McGowan could be the youngest beatnik and the oldest slacker, having squared the hypotenuse of his eternal hippie and survived a scary hip hop moment and a punk phase. His alternative spoken word embraces 1950‘sish Lieber and Stoller style “playlets,” dub poetry, French surrealism, post-Beat rant, New Age medicine show, any kind of serious fun you can have with words. This is something special: out of this world and down to earth speeches presenting new archetypes expressing crucial myths and conflicts of a post-modern age. Typical of a foul mouthed San Francisco poet, but then again, not like anybody else!

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