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AudioLingo 93: Creezus Jeightly

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Scales and fur fly in The Joyous Meeting of Creezus Jeightly and His Good Friend Arliss. This is the eleventh installment of News From the Edge, written and read by Carter Willet. The music contains samples from The Life and Times of the Clerkenwell Kid a…

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AudioLingo 92: Aftermath

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

A couple of short pieces about the mess of war. War & Peace is by Luis Cernuda, translated from Spanish by David Unger. The End and the Beginning is by WisÅ‚awa Szymborska, translated from Polish by Joanna Trzeciak. In between is a million miles from…

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AudioLingo 91: The Contest

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Fred Sims and Dotty Wasserman compete in The Contest, from Grace Paley‘s first collection of short stories, The Little Disturbances of Man, published in 1959 by Doubleday. Bass solo by tehwa. Sorry about the buzz. Too much coffee.…

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AudioLingo 90: Goldilocks

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

A remix of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, the core of which was recorded on Disneyland Records with Rica Moore narrating and Shelly Manne sticking the drums. The first half gets a walking bass by Stett Audio, and in the post-slumber edition has samples f…

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AudioLingo 89: Gormenghast

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

A cursory glance at the first page of each Gormenghast novel, by Mervyn Peake. Titus Groan, Gormenghast and Titus Alone were published by Eyre & Spottiswoode from 1946 to 1959. Must-reads all for Goths and Steampunks. The music is by Irmin Schmidt. T…

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AudioLingo 88: Axolotl

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Man consumed by salamander. Axolotl, a story by Julio Cortázar found in The End of the Game, published in 1967 by Pantheon and 1978 by Harpercollins.…

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AudioLingo 87: Many Hats of Sandburg

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Carl Sandburg was every bit as much a storyteller as a poet. This piece proves it. It’s called Many Hats and it was included in Good Morning America, published in 1928 by Harcourt Brace. His subject matter, as usual, was larger than life: the Grand …

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AudioLingo 86: My Bad

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Vickie hangs me out to dry for being so late. Excuses follow. 1. My blog has gone from fun pastime to scary obsession, what with all the collecting, remixing, painting, scanning, tweaking, posting and writing about all the critters there. 2. My business e…

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AudioLingo 85: Pure Drivel

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Some Pure-D Drivel from Steve Martin. A story like this makes it evident Steve Martin could have been a latter day Robert Benchley if he’d just not have been led astray by that pesky Hollywood. Come to think of it, Benchley was somewhat led astray b…

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AudioLingo 84: Vitreous Trimfins

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

Carter Willet returns with Number Ten from News From the Edge, Arguments Over the Twilight Module and the Disposition of Vitreous Trimfins. The Trimfin voices are segments of Idle Chatter, Notjustmoreidlechatter, and Idle Chatter Junior, by Paul Lansky. H…

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AudioLingo 83: Millaysian Offering

0000-00-00 :: Jay King

A tribal grunt is followed by a Counting-Out Rhyme by Edna St. Vincent Millay. Then another Edna, The Singing Woman From the Wood’s Edge. Both are backed by Glass Drum by Stett Audio: OpSound here and MySpace here. Then, an Offering by Staraya Derev…

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