New York: Caedmon Records – TC 1063, c.1960. First Edition. Slipcased. Vinyl, LP, James Joyce read by Siobhan McKenna, E.G. Marshall - Ulysses: Soliloquies Of Molly And Leopold Bloom, square pictorial slipcase with cover art by Jean Miro painting of "Peinture Femme, d'été" (standard album size: 12 3/3" x 12 3/8"), directed by Howard O. Sackler, Very Good + / Very Good +. Item #2264
Media Condition: Near Fine (NF)
Sleeve Condition: Good + (G +)
Solid, Corners Sharp, Lightly rubbed Album Cover, Original Glassine Inner sleeve, LP Record Appears To Be Unplayed Cover bright with minor scuffing and clean splitting along top edge.
"Ulysses is many things--novel, allegory, prose poem--but above all it is an enraptured paean to the world of the physical senses. Joyce's inspiration reognized no impurities in any aspect of life; nother better left unsaid. the result, as the world now recognizes, is a masterpiece uncompromising in its vocabulary and subject matter, searing in its insight, and soaring in its lyricism...Ulysses says. Yes to the spirit and the flesh, and to life in all of its tawdriness, sudden beauty, unfulfilled longing and rare consummations"--from the blurb on verso of slipcase.
Caedmon Records also did Joyce's, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (TC 1110; 1959); Ulysses, the original soundtrack of the Joseph Strick Productionj (2xLPs: TRS 328, 1968); Ulysses, Chapter One (TC 1460, 1978),