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Pictures Of Sound One Thousand Years Of Educed Audio: 980-1980
Sumptuously presented, fastidious sound-conversions of everything from medieval music manuscripts to historic telegrams, seventeenth-century barrel organ programmes to eighteenth-century 'notations' of Shakespearea...



Sylvia Plath The Spoken Word
The surviving BBC broadcasts including a conversation with Ted Hughes, and various readings.




Edouard-Leon Scott De Martinville Au Clair De La Lune
The earliest intelligible recording of the human voice: twenty seconds of Au Clair De La Lune, from 1860, seventeen years before Thomas Edison invented the phonograph. With an etched flip, notes and diagrams.




William Burroughs Break Through In Grey Room
That unmistakable voice, and the best audio examples of his cut-ups, from the mid-60s, implacable dissidence and some joujouka music he and Ornette recorded in Morocco. Vinyl too, look.




Rudolph Wurlitzer Slow Fade
The 1984 Hollywood novel, captivatingly read by Will Oldham. (Wurlitzer wrote the Two-Lane Blacktop screenplay for Monte Hellman, and Pat Garrett And Billy The Kid for Peckinpah, amongst other illustrious works.)



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