Charles Bukowski ’90 Minutes in Hell’

A seemingly-very-drunken Bukowski recites his dirty-realist poetry, as well as a few other rants, for a live audience. A remarkable writer that has been a great inspiration to my own work.

Physical copies of this performance were very limited; thus, they are now near impossible to get a hold of. So, I thought I might as well upload in the digital form for others to be able to hear:



Buffalo Hill
A little atomic bomb
The Hairy Hairy Test
An action afternoon
No Charge
Love is a piece of paper torn to bits
Song for Sadists Without a Place to Sit Down
Genius of the Crowd
Their Finest Art
May Make Paris Yet
Men and the Sun
The Japanese Wife/Bukowski Still at It
True Story
The Report


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