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Performer: Spalding Gray
Genre: Audio recording
Title: Sex And Death To The Age 14
Released: 1986
Style: Monolog, Spoken Word
FLAC version ZIP size: 1801 mb
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Spalding Gray was a spoken-word monologuist, so this is a live recording of a performance of one of his earliest monologues, released by Random House.

Included are "Sex and Death at the Age of 14," "Booze, Cars, and College Girls," "47 Beds," "Nobody Wanted to Sit Behind a Desk," "Travels through New England," and "Terror of Pleasure: The House. Also includes a preface by the author. This book made me laugh. Spalding Gray's "Sex, and Death to the Age 14" is autobiographical. About Sex and Death to the Age 14. This is a collection of six monologues by the master of one-man drama. Spalding Gray’s monologues inspire a reaction rare in theatre: affection. You’re aware of the art involved, but most of the time it might be you and he in a bar somewhere, two friends from way, way back. In the same way an Ann Beattie story, a Woody Allen movie, or a Bob Dylan song might capture the essential quirks of a group or a generation, a Spalding Gray monologue exemplifies the current Zeitgeist. Looking for More Great Reads?

6 quotes from Spalding Gray: 'I knew I couldn't live in America and I wasn't ready to move to Europe so I moved to an island off the coast of America - New York City. 'It could drive you mad to wake up to the fact that your whole life has been about chasing some false goal. and 'All the beautiful waitresses existed like eternal responsibilities. Spalding Gray quotes Showing 1-6 of 6. I knew I couldn't live in America and I wasn't ready to move to Europe so I moved to an island off the coast of America - New York City. It could drive you mad to wake up to the fact that your whole life has been about chasing some false goal. Spalding Gray, Impossible Vacation. All the beautiful waitresses existed like eternal responsibilities. Spalding Gray, The Journals of Spalding Gray.

Sex, Age & Death is the fourth solo studio album by Bob Geldof. All songs were written by Bob Geldof, except where noted. Pale White Girls" – 4:58. The New Routine" (Geldof, Briquette) – 5:25. Mind in Pocket" (Geldof, Briquette) – 4:37. My Birthday Suit" – 2:58. Scream in Vain" – 4:59. Inside Your Head" (Geldof, John Turnbull) – 4:38. Bob Geldof – vocals, guitar, harmonica.

The Austin Chronicle The Journals of Spalding Gray reveal someone who was at once addicted to the rush of self-exposure and yet was also deeply private. As Gray’s journals show, he honed his craft carefully, tweaking and adjusting his stories for maximum narrative torque.

a poem for Spalding Gray. I think the birds are working for the church. Between the bells and constant chirping, it’s enough to make a man go insane. Enough to make a man, well, you know. i miss this guy gray to cambodia vacation in a box slope and death to the age 14 of pleasure a day without cocktail hour.

Spalding Gray & Nell Casey. View More by This Author. This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device. Highly recommended for fans of Spalding Gray. Nell Casey has deftly assembled Gray’s journals, notes and tapes and interspersed explanatory passages to provide background and clarify some of Gray’s arcane references. She has also included helpful excerpts from interviews conducted with Kathleen Russo, Elizabeth LeCompte, Willem Dafoe, Eric Begosian, Steven Soderbergh, Jonathan Demme, and Spalding’s brothers Rockwell and Channing. The one disappointment, no fault of Ms. Casey’s, is that Reneé Shafransky did not contribute to ‘The Journals’. Monster in a Box. Sex and Death to the Age 14. Life Interrupted.

Gray's books "Impossible Vacation" and "Sex and Death to the Age 14" are strongly based on his childhood and early adulthood. After a few minor cinema roles and appearing in "The Farmer's Daughter", a pornographic film, Gray first achieved national prominence with his play "Swimming to Cambodia", which was published in 1985 and filmed in 1987. He based the monologue on his experiences in Southeast Asia while filming a small part in the 1984 movie "The Killing Fields". Personal life and death. In June 2001, he suffered severe injuries in a car crash while on holiday in Ireland.

Tracklist

A Side One 44:50
B Side Two 44:20

Notes

Spalding Gray was a spoken-word monologuist, so this is a live recording of a performance of one of his earliest monologues, released by Random House.