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||Posted - 10/09/2005 : 20:10:12
Does anyone know of a source to get the Audio version of this book. Shep mentions he read it for "Books for the Blind"
At this point in time it must have made it to the masses?
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||Posted - 11/05/2005 : 05:26:23
Max...........You have come up (and aired) some really rare stuff before..I guess I should not be surprised you have a master of this as well??
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||Posted - 10/26/2005 : 04:23:20
I have a copy from the studio master prior to being pressed and compressed to 17 7/8 (or whatever the hell speed Books for the Blind are pressed at). And no record scratches! The copy was made onto a very low volume cassette, so some hiss is present. Maybe 6 1/2 out of 10 on the sound, give or take, but I doubt that there will ever be a better copy. Once I clean them all up, I suspect they will end up on CD.
||Posted - 10/10/2005 : 19:36:21
It was only released as Books for the Blind. Some of the stories were re-released recently in the A Christmas Story book which was also released in audio book with Dick Cavett reading.