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September 20, 2010: ...and ONE FOR ALL
Allen Ginsberg and Market Research & Plastic bear shaped honey bottles and Henry Darger. Also, Richard Kern reflects on the cinema of transgression and Philip Dray talks about his new history of American Labor: "There is Power in a Union." Plus -Groupon!!!
Listen to this show: MP3 - 128K |
|Artist||Track||Approx. start time|
|Bill Morgan||Allen Ginsberg and Market Research||0:00:00 (MP3 | )|
|Richard Kern||We Did Hang Out...||0:02:11 (MP3 | )|
|Roger Ricco||Outsider Art I (Ed Welch)||0:07:10 (MP3 | )|
|Jane Kallir||Outsider Art II (Market Forces)||0:12:07 (MP3 | )|
|Your Host||Plan B||0:15:13 (MP3 | )|
|Joe Glazer/Joe Hill||There is Power in a Union||0:19:55 (MP3 | )|
|Philip Dray||There is Power in a Union||0:22:42 (MP3 | )|
|Joe Harrow||GROUPON||0:42:59 (MP3 | )|
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