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8 thoughts on “ Paul Erb - Reads His Favorite Poems (Vinyl, LP)

  1. "Caedmon: a Third Dimension for the Printed Page" Prolific spoken word/audiobook US label founded in by Barbara Holdridge and Marianne Roney. The label was .
  2. Many of these interviews appear in a volume entitled 'The Poet Speaks', edited by Peter Orr and published by Routledge & Kegan Paul. The recordings were made between and , most of them at the British Council in London, but some at the homes of the poets, which accounts for some variation in the quality of recording.
  3. Folkways Records was originally the label of Folkways Records & Service Corp., which was founded in by Moses Asch with Marian Distler in New York City to document music, spoken word, and sounds from around the world. With more than 2, titles, Folkways grew to be one of the largest and most influential independent record.
  4. Folkways Records was originally the label of Folkways Records & Service Corp., which was founded in by Moses Asch with Marian Distler in New York City to document music, spoken word, and sounds from around the world. With more than 2, titles, Folkways grew to be one of the largest and most influential independent record companies Missing: Paul Erb.
  5. The only full album from Johnny Ace – a key figure in the Memphis scene of the 50s, and one of the first great casualties of rock and roll! Johnny was one of the first singers to record for the legendary Duke label, and worked in a mode that helped transform the smoother style of the west read more LP, Vinyl record album.
  6. May 31,  · It was supposed to be so easy. We didn't even set ourselves the task of picking the absolute, definitive best 50 albums for audiophiles – and in reality this is just a selection of records from a collection of hundreds or thousands – but still it felt close to deciding which of your limbs you'd least mind being torn off by a bear.. We did, however, manage to compile the below list of
  7. LP Eddy DUCHIN & His Orchestra: The Magic Fingers of Radio. A. Caedmon 10" TC Laurence OLIVIER on the Death of King George VI: The Services at Windsor Chapel (BBC broadcast, Feb. 15, ). M. TC (2) "Dylan THOMAS reading His Complete Recorded Poetry." A. TRS S S (3) Sheridan: The School for Scandal.

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