Tennessee Williams: The Lost Pennyland Recordings

  • by Davia Nelson, Nikki Silva, Deacon Williams, Kenneth Holditch, Lyle Leverich
  • 0 hrs and 17 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

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In 1947, Tennessee Williams and his lover Pancho stepped into a recording booth at a penny arcade in New Orleans and recorded eight cardboard discs. The Kitchen Sisters unearth these forgotten Pennyland Recordings, which were lost in a trunk under a friend's bed for some 50 years, and tell the story of Tennessee's fugitive waves.
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In 1947, Tennessee Williams and his lover Pancho stepped into a recording booth at a penny arcade in New Orleans and recorded eight cardboard discs. The Kitchen Sisters unearth these forgotten Pennyland Recordings, which were lost in a trunk under a friend's bed for some 50 years, and tell the story of Tennessee's fugitive waves.

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Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-27-2015
  • Publisher: Fugitive Waves, PRX