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Somewhere Between Heven And Woolworths - Brian Patten - Brian Patten Reading His Poetry (Vinyl)

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  1. Vugrel says:
    Brian Patten (born 7 February ) is an English poet Background Born near the Liverpool docks, Patten attended Sefton Park School in the Smithdown Road area of Liverpool, where he was noted for his essays and greatly encouraged in his work by Harry Sutcliffe, his form teacher. He left school at fifteen and began work for The Bootle Times writing a column on popular music.
  2. Nelmaran says:
    Liverpool-born poet and children's author. His poetry collections include Little Johnny's Confession, The Irrelevant Song, and Notes to the Hurrying Man. Before Fame. He studied at Sefton Park School, where teacher Harry Sutcliffe praised his early writing. He dropped out of school at the age of fifteen to write a newspaper music column. Trivia.
  3. Vikinos says:
    Mar 14,  · Brian Patten discusses his poem 'So Many Different Lengths Of Time' and then reads it from his friend Adrian Henri's graveside, Toxteth Park Cemetery, Liverpool. Comments are turned off. .
  4. Kigazilkree says:
    A8 Somewhere Between Heaven and Woolworth's. Andy Roberts. guitar. Dave Richards. bass. Gerry Conway. drums. B1 Brian Patten Reading His Poetry. The Sly Cormorant. Rate/Catalog Saving Catalog. In collection Side two is just Patten reading his poems spoken word style. Normally, such experiments are basically a crap shoot - you.
  5. Kigal says:
    Background. Born near the Liverpool docks, Patten attended Sefton Park School in the Smithdown Road area of Liverpool, where he was noted for his essays and greatly encouraged in his work by Harry Sutcliffe, his form teacher. He left school at fifteen and began work for The Bootle Times writing a column on popular music. One of his first articles was on Roger McGough and Adrian Henri, two pop.
  6. Faurisar says:
    Brian writes in both free verse and stricter forms, sometimes using rhyme to give his stories a songlike rhythm, as in ‘Geography Lesson’. Brian left school at 15 and became a reporter for a local newspaper, writing about music. It was through this work that he met two other poets from Liverpool – Roger McGough and Adrian Henri.
  7. Tauzil says:
    Brian Patten was born in Liverpool in His poetry for adults has been published in many languages and his collections include ‘Love Poems’, ‘Storm Damage’, and ‘Grinning Jack’. His work for children includes the poetry collections ‘Gargling with Jelly’ and ‘Thawing Frozen Frogs’ as well as plays and the award-winning.
  8. Yozshumi says:
    Critical Studies: Interview with S. Balu Rao, in Indian Literature, 28(1), January-February ; "Brian Patten: Poesie" by Franco Nasi, in Verri (Bologna, Italy), 3–4, September-December ; Brian Patten by Linda Cookson, London, Northcote House, ; "A Gallery to Play To" by Phil Bowen, in The Story of the Liverpool Poets, Stride.
  9. Salmaran says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Brian Patten Reading His Poetry on Discogs. Label: Caedmon Records - TC • Format: Vinyl 33 ⅓ RPM • /5(3).

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