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Sold Out At Carnegie Hall

Rod Mckuen

CD  |  Spoken Word  |  26 Feb 2013

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Poet, writer, performer, songwriter, singer, producer, actor Rod McKuen was the true Renaissance man of the '60s generation. And this double live album recorded on his 36th birthday on April 29, 1969 was the highest-charting (double platinum) release of his career, and exposed a whole new audience to the man's multifaceted talent. This Real Gone reissue of this landmark live recording adds an unreleased track, marking the most complete version of this legendary concert that has ever been released, and also offers 13 tracks from his triumphant, platinum-selling Back to Carnegie Hall album, recorded on his 40th birthday in 1973. Includes original album art and liner notes by Rod himself!

Title: Sold Out At Carnegie Hall

Format: CD

Release Date: 26 Feb 2013

Artist: Rod Mckuen

Sku: 2236204

Catalogue No: RLGM400124.2

Category: Spoken Word




So Long, Stay Well

The Importance of the Rose

I ve Been to Town

Everybody s Rich but Us

A Cat Named Sloopy

Bend Down And Touch Me


The Things Men Do

Gee It s Nice to Be Alone

Stanyan Street

If You Go Away (Nemme Quittes Pas)

Seasons in the Sun

Entre Act


So Many Others [Previously unreleased]

Each of Us Alone [Previously unreleased]

Ally Ally Oxen Free

I ll Catch the Sun

Do It Yourself Protest Songs & The Protest Waltz


As I Love My Own [Previously unreleased]

The Ivy That Clings to the Wall

People On Their Birthdays

Champion Charlie Brown

Love s Been Good to Me


The Art of Catching Trains

To Watch the Trains

(The Port of) Amsterdam

Play-off The World I Used to Know/Happy Birthday

Merci Beacoup


Closing Remarks

Prelude: From Moment to Moment [Previously unreleased]

The Far Side of the Hill


Many Summers Ago (Reflection)

Surprise! Surprise!

Forty Without Fear

When Will the School Start Laughing?

Oliver Twist/Till My Ship Comes In/Happy as a Boy Named Me/Time after T

Now I Have the Time

A News Stand at the San Francisco Airport

The Ballad of the Sad Young Man

Come Jef

Blessings of the Day

Closing Remarks & Jean Playoff