You're The Guy I Want To Share My Money With [2 x LP]

From Allmusic.com : "An obscure 1981 release that only got anything approaching mainstream notice retroactively -- after Laurie Anderson's surprise breakthrough with 1982's Big Science and its unexpected hit single, "O Superman" -- this is a double-LP set featuring one side each of contributions from Anderson, poet John Giorno, and William S. Burroughs, plus a fourth side that had three lock grooves in it; depending on where the needle was placed, you'd hear more works by one of the three participants. (The 1993 CD simply puts each participant's extras at the end of their section.) Anderson's contributions are rough-sounding early versions of minor pieces that eventually ended up in her masterwork, United States I-IV, plus an early recording of "Born, Never Asked" that's lacking in comparison to the richer-sounding remake on Big Science. Burroughs' pieces are primarily of interest to die-hard Burroughs fans, as they come mostly from the era when he was simply reworking old manuscripts, and as a poet, John Giorno makes a pretty good small-press publisher. For completists only."

Side 1 :
1. Laurie Anderson - Dr. Miller
2. Laurie Anderson - It Was Up In The Mountains
3. Laurie Anderson - Drums
4. Laurie Anderson - Closed Circuits
5. Laurie Anderson - Born, Never Asked

Side 2 :
1. John Giorno - I Don't Need It, I Don't Want It, And You Cheated Me Out Of It
2. John Giorno - Completely Attached To Delusion

Side 3 :
1. William S. Burroughs - Introducing John Stanley Hart; He Entered The Bar With The Best Intentions
2. William S. Burroughs - Twilight's Last Gleamings
3. William S. Burroughs - My Protagonist Kim Carson
4. William S. Burroughs - Salt Chunk Mary; Like Mr. Hart, Kim Has A Dark Side To His Character
5. William S. Burroughs - Progressive Education
6. William S. Burroughs - The Wild Fruits
7. William S. Burroughs - The Unworthy Vessel

Side 4 :
1. Laurie Anderson - For Electronic Dogs / Structuralist Film-Making
2. William S. Burroughs - The Name Is Clem Snide / Mr. Hart Couldn't Hear The Word Death
3. John Giorno - Excerpt From Put Your Ear To Stone & Open Your Heart To The Sky

"You're The Guy I Want To Share My Money With" was released by Giorno Poetry System in 1981.

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