Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Saroff and The Cool Ones - Like Beat Man (KAPP 1959)





















9 comments:

Richard said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/431518998/saro_ff.zip

iggy said...

Thanks so much,Richard. Very cool and very rare post. You have officially made my day. All the best,

iggymo

Anonymous said...

Very cool looking record - anxious to hear it. And thanks for the back cover, too!

Terry in SoCal

Indeterminacy said...

Cool that this record has been discovered by the Internet. I was lucky to find it in the mid 1980's in a used record/book shop in Ithaca - Blue Fox Records or something. Strange that googling Pike Distahl and Saroff only finds references of the LP. This LP seems to be the only record of their existence.

Anonymous said...

Picked up the lp at rino in new paltz, ny for 4 bucks.
Listening now... Like, wow. I'm there

Anonymous said...

It's on the Kapp label, btw.

pigshitpoet said...

thanks richard! after reading a good many beat poet, i've been looking for something like this, albeit i know the two aren't really related.. kerouac, burroughs and ginsberg are a breed of their own. i would call this beat for the common man ala aaron copland?
: )

Anonymous said...

Thank you v.m. for the share

Svejdaland said...

Can you please repost?