Walt Whitman Speaks For Himself [Album]

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Side One
  1. Selections from Song of Myself & Salut Au Monde
  2. When I Heard the Learn’d Astronomer
  3. Poets to come
  4. 1861
  5. The Wound Dresser
  6. Vigil Strange I kept on the Field One Night
  7. When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d
  8. O Captain My Captain
  9. Excerpts from Song of the Exposition
Side Two

Selections from Autumn Rivulets:

  1. There was a Child Went Forth
  2. On the Beach at Night
  3. I Saw in Louisiana A Live-Oak Growing
  4. Thanks in Old Age
  5. Good-Bye My Fancy
  6. Selection for Broad-Axe Poem
  7. Years of the Modern
  8. Selections from Song of the Broad axe, Autumn Rivulets, Song of the exposition, Inscriptions and By Blue Ontario’s Shore
  9. I Hear America Singing

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