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Author: Rod McKuen
ISBN: 0491017243
Language: English
Pages: 289 pages
Category: Poetry
Publisher: W.H. Allen / Virgin Books (September 22, 1975)
Rating: 4.9
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FB2 size: 1918 kb | EPUB size: 1635 kb | DJVU size: 1385 kb
Sub: Fiction

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In the late 1960s, McKuen began to publish books of poetry, earning a substantial following among young people with collections like Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows (1966), Listen to the Warm (1967), and Lonesome Cities (1968)

In the late 1960s, McKuen began to publish books of poetry, earning a substantial following among young people with collections like Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows (1966), Listen to the Warm (1967), and Lonesome Cities (1968). His Lonesome Cities album of readings won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording in 1968. McKuen said that his most romantic poetry was influenced by American poet Walter Benton's two books of poems. McKuen sold over 60 million books.

the 1960s, including such titles as Stanyan Street and Other Sorrows, Listen to the Warm, and Lonesome Cities.

Not everyone can go from being an 11 year-old runaway to an internationally recognized poet and songwriter. Yet, Rod McKuen did just that. Although he never really garnered many accolades for his musical performances, his song writing netted over 1,500 songs and the sale of over 100 million record albums. In the poetry realm, McKuen began publishing books of poetry in the 1960s, including such titles as Stanyan Street and Other Sorrows, Listen to the Warm, and Lonesome Cities.

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Album Greatest Hits of Rod Mckuen. Lonesome Cities Lyrics. There's a few more lonesome cities that I'd like to see While the wine of wandering is still inside of me There's a few more pretty women that I'd like to know A bridge or two I'd like to cross, a few more oats to sow. Maybe when I've done it all, seen all there is to see I'll find out I still cannot run away from me But as long as trains keep running, restless man I'll be And there's a few more lonesome cities that I'd like to see.

39 quotes from Rod McKuen: 'Cats have it all - admiration, an endless sleep, and . It proves you're still alive. Rod McKuen, Listen to the Warm. Rod McKuen, Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows.

39 quotes from Rod McKuen: 'Cats have it all - admiration, an endless sleep, and company only when they want i., 'I've been going a long time now along the way I've learned some things. You have to make the good times yourself take the little times and make them into big times and save the times that are all right for the ones that aren't so good. and 'It's nice sometimes to open up the heart a little and let some hurt come in. tags: heart, people, people-relations, strangers.

Companies, etc. Produced For – Stanyan Records. Composed By, Producer – Rod McKuen. Total playing times: Side One 20:36, Side Two 15:38.