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The Sport (Part One) - Steven Jesse Bernstein - Prison (CD, Album)


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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Prison - Steven Jesse Bernstein on AllMusic - - Something of a legend in Seattle circles, both.
  2. Feb 23,  · The Man Upstairs by Steven Jesse Bernstein from his Sub Pop Recording "Prison" Steven "Jesse" Bernstein (full album) - Duration: Steven Jesse Bernstein - The Sport (Part 1.
  3. Steven Jesse Bernstein. Album: Prison; Songs: The Sport (Part Two) Label/Cat#: Sub Pop / ; i just got the new crash test dummies cd “oooh la la” & the optigan was used on it as well. also printed optigan website on back cover. Reply. Elisa. October 26, at am.
  4. Assembled at Avast Recording, Seattle. The text for #2, 5 and 6 was recorded at Original Cast. The text for #3 and 8 was recorded at KUOW. The text for #1, 4, 7, 9 and 10 was recorded at the Steven Jesse Bernstein's home studio/5(9).
  5. Oct 27,  · In the face of this, I was surprised that there was more than this one album; Bertrand churned out enough stuff over the years to even have a greatest-hits package CD! But this album is a tight, quick romp, with all the songs based around a similar , , snare smack. I also appreciated the goofy sax work throughout.
  6. Steven Jesse Bernstein Prison. Steven Jesse Bernstein Prison. Buy at the Mega Mart. Release Date April 1, Catalog No SP Formats Cassette, LP, and CD Released April Tracks. No No Man (Part 1) Morning in the Sub-Besement of Hell; More Noise Please; The Sport (Part 1) Party Balloon; Face; The Clouded Heart; The Man Upstairs; The.
  7. Steven Jay Bernstein (December 4, – October 22, ) was an American underground poet and performance artist who is most famous for his recordings with Sub Pop Records and close relationship with William S. reomingmabmerestdowndiwirunettanew.xyzinfoein was born in Los Angeles, California. He later moved to Seattle, Washington and began performing his poetry there during the mid s.
  8. Steven Jesse Bernstein is the quintessential natural poet. A tormented soul, like many of the great poets, he took his own life at the age of Only God knows what terrible pain drove him to make that decision. His lyric poetry is the poetry of the Grunge generation, just as beat poets were Jazz poets/5(18).

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