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

The Last Waltz

For lovers of good music.
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I know I wasn’t born yet. I know I’m not white. Heck, I call myself BLACK Ty for Mohammed’s sake; I’m aware of what is what. And what this right here is, is good music.

Find the movie. Find the music. I have no links for you this time. If you want it, you’ll find it.

The Last Waltz was a concert by the Canadian rock group, The Band, held on American Thanksgiving Day, November 25, 1976, at Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco. The Last Waltz was advertised as the end of The Band’s illustrious touring career,[1] and the concert saw The Band joined by more than a dozen special guests, including Paul Butterfield, Eric Clapton, Neil Diamond, Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Ronnie Hawkins, Dr. John, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Ronnie Wood and Neil Young.
The event was filmed by director Martin Scorsese and made into a documentary of the same name, released in 1978. The film features concert performances, scenes shot on a studio soundstage and interviews by Scorsese with members of The Band.
the last waltz