Sarah James | Grafitti Kiss

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Grafitti Kiss

by Sarah James

Music for mental patients.... Only kidding! The majority of these POETIX came about at various times while I was either walking, waiting or otherwise able to actually sit down and transfer images from my mind to paper. I still write in longhand. most of t
Genre: Spoken Word: With Music
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1. Green Tones
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2. Pick a Color
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3. Spring 55
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4. Popcorn
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5. Nation of Narcissists
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6. The Tigers Wife
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7. Hot Water
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8. Why Be in It
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9. Landfill
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10. Mothers
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11. Grafitti Kiss
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12. Chinese Food
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13. The Warnings
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14. Mother Earth
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15. Down and Dirty
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16. No Limits
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"Poems for the criminally insane....." This was a joke referred to me by my friend, guitar player and recording engineer, Nick Spidaletto. Until he met me, he wasn't much into the "spoken word". He was generally interested in music, a kind of space rock kind of music that I really didn't know much about. He would recommend these You Tube videos to me, I would check them out... and be completely baffled by why people would find them interesting. Go Figure.... He has been a ROCK AND ROLL guitarist from the 60's to now, playing in the top NYC private party circuit and writing his own brand of "existential rock" tunes. It's an amazing world we live in..... Musical influences from all over the globe, cultural influences from every ethnicity, wow.... are we lucky.


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