The Stanyan Strings - Plays Instrumental Music From Listen To The Warm & Lonesome Cities

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Please enter the account owner's birth date here. His symphonies, concertos, and other orchestral works have been performed by orchestras around the globe. During the s, McKuen began composing larger-scale orchestral compositions, writing a series of concertos, suites, symphonies, and chamber pieces for orchestra.

He continued publishing a steady stream of poetry books throughout the decade. In , he published Finding My Father , a chronicle of his search for information on his biological father. The book and its publicity helped make such information more readily available to adopted children. McKuen continued to enjoy sell-out concerts around the world and appeared regularly at New York's Carnegie Hall.

In , Rod McKuen retired from live performances. The following year, he was diagnosed with clinical depression, which he battled for much of the next decade. In addition to his artistic pursuits, for the past 19 years he has been the president of the American Guild of Variety Artists , a post he has held longer than any other man or woman elected to the position.

McKuen lives in Southern California with his brother and four cats in a large rambling Spanish house built in , which houses one of the world's largest private record collections.

Despite his popular appeal, McKuen's work has never been taken seriously by critics and academics or by much of the public. Michael Baers observed in Gale Research's St.

James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture that "through the years his books have drawn uniformly unkind reviews. In fact, criticism of his poetry is uniformly vituperative Frank W. Hoffmann, in Arts and Entertainment Fads , described McKuen's poetry as "tailor-made for the s [ Philosopher and social critic Robert C. In addition to his artistic pursuits he was the Executive President of the American Guild of Variety Artists AGVA , a post he held longer than any other man or woman elected to the position.

McKuen lived in Beverly Hills, California with his partner Edward, whom he called his "brother", and four cats in a large rambling Spanish house built in , which housed one of the world's largest private record collections. McKuen refused to identify as gay, straight, or bisexual, but once explained his sexuality saying, "I can't imagine choosing one sex over the other, that's just too limiting.

I can't even honestly say I have a preference. Easy In featured a photo of a man's arm gripping a handful of vegetable shortening; the can was a pastiche of Crisco — then widely used by gay men as a sexual lubricant — with the label instead reading "Disco". That same year, McKuen spoke out against singer Anita Bryant and her "Save Our Children" campaign to repeal an anti-discrimination ordinance in Miami, tagging Bryant with the nickname "Ginny Orangeseed", and also including a song on Slide Despite his popular appeal, McKuen's work was never taken seriously by critics or academics.

Michael Baers observed in Gale Research's St. James Encyclopedia of Popular Culture that "through the years his books have drawn uniformly unkind reviews.

In fact, criticism of his poetry is uniformly vituperative Frank W. Philosopher and social critic Robert C. Solomon described McKuen's poetry as "sweet kitsch," [23] and, at the height of his popularity in , Newsweek magazine called him "the King of Kitsch. Writer and literary critic Nora Ephron said, "[F]or the most part, McKuen's poems are superficial and platitudinous and frequently silly.

In a Chicago Tribune interview with McKuen in as he was "testing the waters" for a comeback tour, Pulitzer Prize-winning culture critic Julia Keller claimed that "Millions more have loathed him [ They find it silly and mawkish, the kind of gooey schmaltz that wouldn't pass muster in a freshman creative-writing class" while stating that "The masses ate him up with a spoon, while highbrow literary critics roasted him on a spit.

Lyrics, book, and musical storylines by Rod McKuen; music composed, arranged, and conducted by Anita Kerr. He is survived by his three cats, Buddy, Clint and Boots; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. Conductor — Arthur Greenslade. Other Versions 2 of 2 View All.

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  2. Stanyan Street y otros pesares y Escuchad la ternura: The Stanyan Strings play instrumental music from Lonesome cities. Summer love the sound track album: Symphonies, no. 1, op. 7: I think of you Pienso en ti: Through European windows. To the east: A toi, vas-y: Übers Meer Übers Meer wollʹn wir fahren ; Foxtr. Ulica Stanyan i inne smutki.
  3. Stanyan Strings - Stanyan Strings play instrumental music from "Listen To The Warm" & "Lonesome Cites" by Rod McKuen - reggae.shakalkreemalaramaralsarana.infoinfo Music.
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  5. McKuen began to publish books of poetry during the latter half of the '60s, and earned a substantial following among the hippie generation with collections like Stanyan Street and Other Sorrows, Listen to the Warm, and Lonesome Cities. Additionally, his Lonesome Cities album of readings won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording in
  6. In the late s, McKuen began to publish books of poetry, earning a substantial following among young people with collections like Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows (), Listen to the Warm (), and Lonesome Cities (). His Lonesome Cities album of readings won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording in
  7. Poetr In the late s, McKuen began to publish books of poetry, earning a substantial following among young people with collections like Stanyan Street & Other Sorrows (), Listen to the Warm (), and Lonesome Cities (). His Lonesome Cities album of readings won a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Recording in [5].

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