Ed Sanders

Ed Sanders (born August 17, 1939) is an American poet, singer, social activist, environmentalist, author, publisher and longtime member of the band The Fugs. He has been called a bridge between the Beat and Hippie generations.

Read more about Ed Sanders:  Biography, Selected Bibliography, Selected Solo Discography, Discography With The Fugs

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The Fugs - Band History
... The band's original core members, Ed Sanders, Tuli Kupferberg, and Ken Weaver, were joined at various times in the 1960s by a number of others, some of whom were noted ... of the last twenty-five years, The Fugs have been composed of primary singer/songwriters Sanders and, until his death, Kupferberg composer, song writer, guitarist and long-time Allen Ginsberg-collaborator Steven Taylor ... After pursuing individual projects over the years, in 1984 Sanders and Kupferberg decided to reform the band and stage a series of Fugs reunion ...
Cold Turkey Press
... Cendrars, Garcia Lorca, Cesar Vallejo, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Ed Sanders, Sinclair Belies, Carl Weissner, Ira Cohen, Heathcote Williams and others ... This pamphlet included hitherto unpublished work by John Giorno, Mary Beach, Ed Sanders, Allen Ginsberg, Blaise Cendrars, Sinclair Beiles others ... Jean Arp, Antonin Artaud, Mallarmé, Kurt Schwitters, L.F.Céline, Ira Cohen, Ed Sanders, Ezra Pound, and others.All in a 1st limited edition ...
Ed Sanders (disambiguation)
... Ed Sanders is a poet, singer, social activist, environmentalist, novelist and publisher ... Edward or Ed Sanders may also refer to Ed Sanders (television carpenter), carpenter who appears in Extreme Makeover Home Edition Ed Sanders (boxer), Olympic ... Sanders, New Testament Bible scholar ...
Sanders (surname) - E
... Sanders (born 1937), New Testament scholar Ecstasia Sanders, film actress Ed Parish Sanders (born 1937), New Testament scholar Ed Sanders (actor) (born 1993), British child actor ...

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