I really should have posted these the day that Maynard G Krebs passed away, but I was asleep at the bongoes that day. So here are a batch of spoken word tracks recorded at Greenwich Village's Cafe Bizarre, long before "Beat" became a parody of itself.
The MP3s from Greenwich Village's Cafe Bizarre Presents Assorted Madness start after the jump:
Ellie Girl with Seven Beats Sulks - "Track 1"
The Mad Monk - God's Been Dead These Fifty Years
The Mad Monk and Rafio - If I Loved You 1 and 2
Ringo Angel - Garbage
Ringo Angel - How to Put a Broad Down plus All Broads Are Common
Ringo Angel - My True Love
Ringo Angel - Ringo Passes The Brown Bowl
Jamaica Johnny Cayonne - Even This Irvana (sic)
Jamaica Johnny Cayonne - I Rode An Angel
Cafe Bizarre Owner Rick Allmen - Pithy Sayings Pithily Said
Felix Lupus - The Night Was A Bitch In Heat
Stevenson Phillips - Stretching Eastward Etc
Stevenson Phillips - Mary And Her Mother
Stevenson Phillips - Jazz Underground
Stevenson Phillips - Stevenson Explains Beat To The Unbeat
Ellie Girl with Seven Beat Sulks - "Track 16"