The technique continued to be used into the 1970s in a novel such as Robert Anton Wilson/Robert Shea collaborative Illuminatus! (1975), with regard to which The Fortean Times warns readers, to "e prepared for streams of consciousness in which not only identity but time and space no longer confine the narrative". Scottish writer James Kelman's novels are known for mixing stream of consciousness narrative with Glaswegian vernacular.
Album · 2007 · 10 Songs. Streams of Consciousness Jay Thomas. Listen on Apple Music.
Stream of Conciousness.
Jay Thomas (born Jon Thomas Terrell; July 12, 1948 – August 24, 2017) was an American actor, comedian, and radio personality. He was heard in New York from 1976-79 on Top 40 station 99X, and later on Rhythmic CHR station WKTU, and in Los Angeles beginning in 1986 on KPWR "Power 106", where he hosted the station's top-rated morning show until 1993.
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Nick Brignola - Composer Jerome Kern - Composer Adam Kessler - Drums Chuck Kistler - Bass (Upright) Cole Porter - Composer Wayne Shorter - Composer John Stowell - Guitar, Producer Billy Strayhorn - Composer Jay Thomas - Primary Artist Jay "Bird" Thomas - Flugelhorn, Producer, Sax (Tenor) Greg Williamson - Editing, Engineer, Mixing
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