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Saturday, July 28, 2018

Blizzard - A Poem by Jean Henri Sadot



Poetry Video published at Vic Sadot YouTube ChannelExtracted from a longer video of 8 Jean-Henri Sadot poems presented as poems or songs on the July 28, 2003 Dream Streets Radio Show hosted by Steven Leech.

The full Dream Streets Radio video has 8 Jean-Henri Sadot poems presented as poems or songs on the audio track from the July 28, 2003 Dream Streets Radio Show hosted by Steven Leech on WVUD 91.3 FM, "The Voice of the University of Delaware", in Newark, DE.


Blizzard was written by Jean-Henri Sadot in 1966. The 8 poem video made from the July 28, 2003 Dream Streets Radio Show Presents Poems of Jean-Henri Sadot has: (1) Iron Hill; (2) Early Roses of 1940; (3) White Clay Creek; (4) The Statue of Liberty; (5) Summertime Sunset; (6) Blizzard; (7) A Little Girl’s Bedtime; and (8) The Moods of the Sea. Vic Sadot, son of the poet, is reading Jean-Henri Sadot poems, or sharing renderings of them into song as he relates the history behind the poems of Jean-Henri Sadot. Steven Leech aka “Even Steven” was one of the founders of a poetry publication that gave a platform for hundreds of writers to be heard and the Dream Streets editorial teams managed to produce regular releases of Dream Streets for decades.


See History of Dream Streets and other archive items in www.dreamstreetsarchive.com

Vic Sadot is available for bookings and interviews at BroadsideBalladeer@gmail.com

Vic has 4 CD’s available on CD Baby, and numerous videos on YouTube. 
Vic has 4 CD’s available on CD Baby, and numerous videos on YouTube. All Vic Sadot album covers ever released are now available on T-shirts and mugs at Vic Sadot Crazy Planet T-Shirt Shop at Café Press: "Good Time Delaware" 1985 45 rpm single; "Ride the Wind" 1988 LP; "Comin' Home" Planete Folle 1997 CD; “Broadsides & Retrospectives” 2005 LP; "9/11 Truth & Justice Songs" 9-11-2011 10th Anniversary CD released on 9/11/11 with 16 songs; and “Truth Troubadour” 12-19-16 with 18
songs


The Official Home Website of Vic Sadot is www.vicsadot.com



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