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Fenton, Patrick. Jack's Last Call: Say goodbye to Kerouac. Read by Lou Cariou. SueMedia Productions, 2008. CD Book.

Jack's Last Call, directed by award winning audio dramatist Sue Zizza, takes place at the end of August 1964, in Kerouac's Northport, Long Island living room, as he and his mother pack to leave for St. Petersburg, Florida.


Kerouac, Jack. Big Sur. Unabridged. Read by Tom Parker. Blackstone Audio Books, 1998.  
           CD Book.

Kerouac, Jack. The Dharma Bums. Unabridged. Read by Tom Parker. Blackstone Audio Books, 2004.
           CD Book.


Kerouac, Jack. The Haunted Life: And Other Writings. Read by Liev Schreiber and Luke Daniels. Brilliance Audio, 2014.
           CD Book.

Short stories. Jack Kerouac wrote this manuscript when he was 22 years old and attending Columbia University. Originally intended as a three-part novel, only this first 20,000-word section was ever finished. Upon its completion, Kerouac promptly lost his only handwritten final draft in a New York taxicab, remaining unknown to the public until its appearance at Christie's many years later.

Kerouac, Jack. Jack Kerouac Collection. Rhino Records, 1990. CD Book.

Disc one: Poetry for the Beat Generation and the Steve Allen Plymouth Show. Disc two: Blues and haikus, featuring Al Cohn and Zoot Sims. Disc three: Readings by Jack Kerouac on the Beat Generation and Is there a Beat Generation?


Kerouac, Jack. Kerouac: Kicks Joy Darkness. Rykodisc, 1997. CD Book..

Poems, some are set to music

Kerouac, Jack. On the Road. Unabridged. Read by Tom Parker. Blackstone Audio Books, 1995.  
           CD Book.

Kerouac, Jack. On the Road. Unabridged. Read by Tom Parker. Findaway World, 2012.  
           Sound Recording Playaway.

Kerouac, Jack. Readings by Jack Kerouac on the Beat Generation. Read by the author. Verve. 1997.
           CD Book   

Reissue of a monaural record of the same title, Verve Records, 1958. Excerpts from “San Francisco Scene,” “Lucien Midnight,” The Subterraneans, and other prose works read by the author.


Kerouac, Jack. The Sea is my Brother. Read by Ray Porter. Blackstone Audio. 2012..
           CD Book   

In the spring of 1943, during a stint in the merchant marine, twenty-one-year-old Jack Kerouac set out to write his first novel, he titled it The Sea Is My Brother.

Murphy, Mark. Kerouac Then & Now. Muse Records, 1989.
           Music CD.   

A collection of readings by Mark Murphy both with and without accompaniment. Murphy states that he treats the material differently than when it first appeared, hence the name Then and Now .




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