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Henry Gibson (3). The Alligator and Other Poems By (Album). Henry Gibson (3). The Grass Menagerie (Or A Flower Child's Garden Of Verses) (Album).
A Child's Garden of Verses is a collection of poetry for children by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, a collection that concerns childhood, illness, play, and solitude. The collection first appeared in 1885 under the title Penny Whistles, but has been reprinted many times, often in illustrated versions. It contains about 65 poems, including "Foreign Children", "The Lamplighter," "The Land of Counterpane", "Bed in Summer", "My Shadow", and "The Swing".
But Gibson was best known as the poet, holding a large flower and beginning his brief recitations with his signature catchphrase, "A poem, by Henry Gibson. He wrote all those himself," Jon Gibson said. It was a point of pride that he only read poems that he himself wrote. During one of his frequent guest appearances on the show, John Wayne spoofed Gibson by coming around the wall holding a flower and delivering "A poem, by John Wayne. Gibson's poems led to two comedy albums, "The Alligator" and "The Grass Menagerie," and a book, "A Flower Child's Garden of Verses. Gibson's family said he used his fame to help support the fledgling environmental movement, including contributing op-ed pieces and poetry to newspapers and other publications. Looking back on his time on "Laugh-In" in a 1993 interview with The Times, Gibson said, "It was an oasis of laughter and escape.
A Child's Garden of Verses.
The Glass Menagerie is a memory play by Tennessee Williams that premiered in 1944 and catapulted Williams from obscurity to fame. The play has strong autobiographical elements, featuring characters based on its author, his histrionic mother, and his mentally fragile sister Laura. In writing the play, Williams drew on an earlier short story, as well as a screenplay he had written under the title of The Gentleman Caller.
Henry Gibson - The Cobra 01:11. Henry Gibson - Dogs Are Better Than Ants 00:29. Henry Gibson - O Ravi Shankar 03:27. Henry Gibson - The Frog 00:21. Henry Gibson - The Lizard 00:14. Henry Gibson - Bluebird 01:20. Henry Gibson - Patacake 00:16. Henry Gibson - Dear Doctor Leary 02:22. Henry Gibson - The Eyelash 01:05. Henry Gibson - Hippies Prayer 02:15. Henry Gibson - The Frof 00:38. Henry Gibson - King Kong 00:34. Henry Gibson - Animal Trio 01:20. Henry Gibson - The Day I Lost Now 01:25. Henry Gibson - The Rhino 00:15. Henry Gibson - What About The Buffalo? 01:24. Henry Gibson - Flowers 02:14.
WHETHER upon the garden seat You lounge with your uplifted feet Under the May's whole Heaven of blue; Or whether on the sofa you, No grown up person being by, Do some soft corner occupy; Take you this volume in your hands And enter into other lands, For lo! (as children feign) suppose You, hunting in the garden rows, Or in the. lumbered attic, or The cellar - a nail-studded door And dark, descending stairway found That led to kingdoms underground: There standing, you should hear with ease Strange birds a-singing, or the trees Swing in big robber woods, or bells On many fairy citadels . From your nice nurseries you would pass, Like Alice through the Looking-Glass Or Gerda following Little Ray, To wondrous countries far away. For long ago, the truth to say, He has grown up and gone away; And it is but a child of air That lingers in the garden there. by Robert Louis Stevenson.
The Glass Menagerie, Tennessee Williams’ first major play to appear on Broadway, is an autobiographical work. In it he delineates several personal and societal problems: the isolation of those who are outsiders for one reason or another, the hardships faced by single mothers, the difficulties a disability may create for a family, and the struggle of a young artist to begin his career. The play has four characters. Among the Brechtian techniques found in The Glass Menagerie are its use of lighting, the signs (legends) that provide the audience with information, and music that enhances either the romance or the harshness of the mood of the moment. Brechtian techniques make for a loosely told story in episodic scenes rather than a tightly knit sequence of actions that produce high drama.
Henry Gibson - Dogs Are Better Than Ants 00:29. Henry Gibson - Flowers 02:14
|The People Were Great||2:46|
|Dogs Are Better Than Ants||0:28|
|O Ravi Shankar||3:26|
|Dear Doctor Leary||2:48|
|The Day I Lost Now||1:24|
|What About The Buffalo?||1:31|
|Hash Is Better Than Turkey||1:52|
|Fill Up Your Gap||2:27|
|FLS 15120||Henry Gibson||The Grass Menagerie (Or A Flower Child's Garden Of Verses) (LP, Album)||Epic||FLS 15120||US||1968|
|FLS 15120||Henry Gibson||The Grass Menagerie (Or A Flower Child's Garden Of Verses) (LP, Album)||Epic||FLS 15120||Canada||Unknown|
Performer: Henry Gibson
Title: The Grass Menagerie (Or A Flower Child's Garden Of Verses)
Date of release: 1968
Style: Comedy, Spoken Word, Poetry
Genre: Not music
Size MP3: 1819 mb
Size FLAC: 1604 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: AA WAV AHX AIFF ASF DMF MP1