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Wed, April 10, 2013
For this inspired pairing, Ute Lemper, the searing siren of Brechtian theater, turns her gimlet-eye to poet Charles Bukowski, the late prophet of skid row. Drawing from books like The Last Night of the Earth Poems, and You Get So Alone At Times That It Just Makes Sense, Lemper has crafted an evening-length program weaving together songs derived from Bukowski poems set to appropriately noir themes composed by Lemper
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