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PhillyTalks 2 - November 5, 1997

Introduction (3:17)
Complete Recording (1:42:13)

Andrew Levy
White Science (4:17)
Elephant Surveillance to Thought (5:20)
Bitusket (3:44)
Tom Hanks is a Homosexual (3:01)
Money Socialism Thanks Yet Again (2:34)
Proposal for Prayer for the Schools (1:24)
Chocolate (1:17)
Infield (12:41)
Struggle Against Misery (1:45)

Jackson MacLow
Analysis of Levy's Struggle Against Misery and Others (12:30)

"Spirit -- A Word I Never Use": A Response to Jackson Mac Low
and Andrew Levy by Alan Filreis

The text of this program is available as PDF here.

These sound recordings are being made available for noncommercial and educational use only. All rights to this recorded material belong to the author. (C) 1997 Andrew Levy and Jackson MacLow. Distributed by PennSound.


Recording Engineer & Producer: Aaron Levy
Curator: Louis Cabri