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Video: Kinetic Type_Black

Ken Nordine’s voiceover on some dude’s college project. Ken’s 91, and hasn’t posted any videos to his YouTube account in several months, so I’m a little worried. He liked some stuff last week, though?

Video: Ken Nordine’s “Final scribbles”

I have said this before, but I will never not link to Ken Nordine videos.

Video: Ken Nordine’s FELONIOUS 720 480 REV

Video: Ken Nordine’s “Go Get Me the Guru”

Ken Nordine all day.

Video: Ken Nordine’s “I Used to Think My Right Hand Was Uglier Than My Left”

I’ll be honest; I don’t know what’s going on.

Video: Ken Nordine’s “7 Ways of the Meek”

Video: Ken Nordine’s “What Time Is It”

From 1972.

Videos: Some Ken Nordine videos

Dudes. You know I love Ken Nordine.

Scratch.

Glasses.

Bachman.

Video: Ken Nordine’s “Amorphous”

Yes, I am a slave. Some talking would be nice, though.

Video: Ken Nordine’s Credit Card Blues

Never forget to put these up. Never forget.

Video: Ken Nordine’s “Gullible Dream”

Video: A new Ken Nordine BURST!

How did I miss this?

You may already know that 89-year-old spoken word artist Ken Nordine has an active (for an octogenarian) YouTube account. He posts word jazzy audio and visuals every few months or so, and I link to them regularly. It appears that he released his most recent one on Christmas.

Even the YouTube comments (normally a bastion of crassness and stupidity) are touching: “Ken, I am delighted to have found your Channel; I have been a devoted fan since high school and I am now well over sixty. In fact, my high school English teacher played your album Word Jazz for the class and I was hooked. This is the first YouTube video by you I have watched and I loved it!”

Here’s Burst 349.

Video: Ken Nordine’s “My Baby”

Holy fuck-a-roni, where have you been all my life? A video of a spinning phonograph and Ken Nordine talking crazy word jazz shit (in this case, “My Baby”).

If this doesn’t soothe you, goodbye forever.

Video: Fan-made video of Ken Nordine’s “Cerise”

Have I mentioned lately that I love Ken Nordine?