HOWL

James Franco reads Allen Ginsberg

Images are put to Allen Ginsberg’s powerful beat generation poem and its literary value is put on trial.

Music by:

Jack Arel and Jean-Caude Petit “Tonight At The Sands”

Steve Gray “Steve’s Place”

Danny Baker “To Have & Havier”

Teddy Lasry “Dim The Lights” and “Uptown Boogie”

Mel Young “On The Beat”

George and Ira Gershwin “Lady Be Good” performed by Dizzie Gillespie

Mark and Kathryn Matthews “A Horace, of Course”

Eddie Waltman “Forever Hers”

Bob Dylan and The Band “The Wheel’s on Fire”

For the words to ‘Howl’ click here.

I hope homophobes can see past the gayness. ( I had the word faggotry in there, but took it out, because it’s hateful)

Stay Classy,

Redefine borders,

Don’t trash me,

I just load the motars,

Black Ty

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