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(n.p.), (n,p.), . Proof sheets for the lyrics for the album Dry Dreams, released by the Jim Carroll Band on Atco Records in 1982. Three legal-sized pages, with the printed lyrics to the ten songs, and holograph emendations, in pencil, to the song "Barricade." Signed by Carroll with a copyright symbol on the verso of the final page. Dry Dreams was the Jim Carroll Band's third album. Carroll had been a published poet since the 1960s and his most famous book, the memoir The Basketball Diaries, was published in 1978. He did not record an album until 1980, after Patti Smith encouraged him to try his hand at music. Stapled in upper corner; previously folded in fourths with some lettering lost at the creases; else, near fine. Scarce; possibly unique. [#033328] $850
NY, Bright Lights Studio, 1968. A low budget poetry collection, produced by photocopy, printed on rectos only, with work by Carroll, Ted Berrigan, Lewis Warsh, Bernadette Mayer, Anne Waldman, Ron Padgett, and others. 8-1/2" x 11", side-stapled; no rear cover (as issued?). Smudges to front cover; a very good copy. [#032862] $150