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Call Me Burroughs is a spoken word album by Beat Generation author William S. Burroughs, which was released on LP by The English Bookshop, Paris, in June 1965, and then issued in the United States by ESP-Disk, New York, in 1966. Superior Viaduct honour the great man with this first ever vinyl edition. All of the readings were from Burroughs' novels Naked Lunch, The Soft Machine, and Nova Express – themselves products of his infamous cut-up collagist process, here wrought in the same fashion- as Burroughs’ narcotic drawl slurs and chops his way through nightmare visions and dystopian futures. Hugely important to everyone from The Beatles to Throbbing Gristle; a prime chance awaits those adventurous travelers willing to take the trip.