Henry Miller (1891-1980)


An Interview with Henry Miller 1964, Folkways Records
  1. Side A
  2. Side B
Year of Recording: 1964
Record Label: Folkways Records
Source Archive: Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Life As I See It 1956/1961
  1. Morality and modern man
  2. Playing it safe
  3. Pebble in the pond
  4. French prostitutes and German
  5. Our insect world
  6. The Paris "houses"
  7. Getting free
Henry Miller, recorded in conversations with Ben Grauer in New York City in 1956, and released in 1961 by Grauer on his Offbeat Records label. Miller had his first private listen to the album on September 22, 1957: "I was moved myself. Some of it might be improved on, but when I reflect how ti was done--no preparation, damned little time, my mother dying, financial worries of the wrost sort, and so on, I think it's pretty good. If I get another try at this sort of thing I know I will be still better. I have offers all the time, but not with the right guys." --- Henry Miller, in a letter to Eddie Schwartz, Sept. 23, 1957 (qtd from Bibliography Of Primary Sources, Vol. II, p. 365).

Henry Miller Recalls and Reflects 1957, Riverside Records
  1. The Plight of the Creative Artist
  2. How I Cut Loose
  3. Being in the World
  4. Neurotics, Surrealists and Obsessives
  5. Artists of the Nineteenth Century
  6. Spirit and Modern Man
  7. Life in Paris
  8. French Prostitues
  9. Nys
  10. French Culture
  11. Food
Miller, Henry, 1891-1980.
Title: Henry Miller recalls and reflects [sound recording]
Publisher: New York : Riverside, [1957]
Description: Music
Sound Recording
2 sound discs : 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Series statement: Riverside modern voices series
Publisher's no.: RLP 7002 Riverside Records
Notes: "Recorded in conversation with Ben Grauer, New York, April 1956."
Biographical notes on container.


Henry Miller reads from "Black Spring" (1949)

1. Third or Fourth Day of Spring (28'44")

2. Jabberwhorl Cronstadt (33'53")

Henry Miller reads from "Colossous of Maroussi" (1949)

1. New York (25'04")

2. A Jazz Passacaglia & A letter from London
(A tribute to H.Miller by Lawrence Durrell and Alfred Perles ) (24'37")


Henry Miller in UbuWeb Film