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The New Beat Generation.

Featured New Releases. Diggin the New Breed: The Beat Generation & Post War America. Enlightenment 507. CD.

The New Breed is the second solo studio album by American hip hop recording artist and producer MC Breed from Flint, Michigan. It was released on April 27, 1993 via Wrap Records with distribution by Ichiban Records. Production was handled by MC Breed, Colin Wolfe, Warren G and The . It features guest appearances from 2Pac, DFC, Jibri, Admiral D and Black Ceasar.

New Breed is the first Korean studio album by Korean-American singer, Jay Park. The album is divided in two parts, the first part being released as a digital EP on December 28, 2011 and the full album being released digitally on February 7, 2012. The album was released in physical format by February 9, 2012. Park began working on this album even before releasing his first mini-album Take A Deeper Look

A beat music explosion triggered a full-blown youth revolution, transforming the country forever. A uniquely Dutch strain of rock and pop music - Nederbiet - was its soundtrack. Hundreds of Dutch beat, pop, blues, and psychedelic records were released between 1965 and 1969, and the overall quality was extremely high  . DUTCH BEAT NUGGETS presents thousands of euro’s worth of Dutch Beat splendour in one affordable double vinyl package.

Beyond The Beat Generation. I'm Losing Tonight! vo. 2  .

The Beat Generation is a literary movement started by a group of authors whose work explored and influenced American culture and politics in the post-World War II era. The bulk of their work was published and popularized throughout the 1950s. The Beat in Greenwich Village. Fernanda Pivano e la beat generation - CoolTour. "From Romantic Poetry to the Writings of the Beat Generation Robert Barsky, . 8. Fairies 「Beat Generation」の高速ステップを披露したダパンプのKENZOさん. And then, before the end of the decade, Burroughs had gone-leaving cold-war America to escape his criminalization as a homosexual and drug addict, to begin 25 years of expatriation. "Hetero- and Homo-Social Relationships in Jack Kerouac's On the Road". Not-So-Gentle Reader blog.

The second-generation, male and female authors alike, rejected or accepted the label Beat to differing degrees. The women stood on the edge of the Beat party, so to speak, due to the workings of socialised gender expectations of the time. The women who were of age with the Columbia group did not harbor literary ambitions – Carolyn Cassady identified as a painter rather than a writer at the time – or if they did show literary inclination it did not manifest into output; we can think of Joan Vollmer Burroughs’ self-destructive impulses. The Jewish context connects the experiences of various Beat writers. Minor Characters by Joyce Johnson is a memoir not only of her love affair with Kerouac, but of her bohemian youth, and the road away from home life with her assimilated parents.

Diggin’ in the Crates. Featuring Diamond D & Lord Finesse. Album Soul Clap EP. Diggin’ in the Crates Lyrics. DJ's who thought they was nice and Get upset like Buster did to Tyson That wasn't the plan and he's still my man Since he beat up Mitch Green outside Dapper Dan Wait a minute that's a different subject Talk about the Moet and the papers that's in effect Back to the Show, the Show B-I-Z.


1 Hepcats
2 The Cat With The Irrational Brick
3 The Doctor Of Madness Calls Out The Toads
4 Angel Headed Hipster: The Inspirational Power Of Madness Versus The Clean Life

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Chrome Dreams
  • Published By – Chrome Dreams
  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – L20308


  • Artwork By – Jon Storey
  • Composed By, Recorded By – Amanda Thompson
  • Concept By [Original Idea By] – Rob Johnstone
  • Music By – The Magic Dragon
  • Read By – Robin Clifford
  • Script By [Written By], Research, Recorded By, Composed By – Keith Rodway
  • Voice [Featured In This Recording Are The Voices Of] – Allen Ginsberg, Ann Chambers*, Anne Waldman, Bob Rosenthal, Ed Sanders, Eugene Brooks, Gary Snyder, Herbert Huncke, Jack Kerouac, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Lucien Carr, Michael Mclure*, Mortimer Burroughs, Patti Smith, Peter Orlovski*, Philip Glass, William Burroughs*


The story of The Beat Generation, with a musical backdrop; to the fore in intros and pauses and in the background during the narrative, not present during historical contributions by the various participants. No dates on the package. Ginsberg's biographer Ann Charters is referred to as Ann Chambers on the sleeve and in her bio. There is a fourteen page bibliography / discography of these Beat (and Beat related) Artists affixed to the left inside of the fold out sleeve. EN 9004 variously on package, ENCD 9004 on disc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5037320900425
  • Matrix / Runout: GZ L20308 EN9004
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LD01
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5J04
Various - Diggin' The New Breed The Beat Generation & Postwar America mp3 album
Diggin' The New Breed The Beat Generation & Postwar America
FLAC size:
1901 mb
MP3 size:
1247 mb
WMA size:
1954 mb
Spoken Word, Jazz-Rock, Abstract, Ambient
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