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  • These files are here for your listening enjoyment all are from out of print non-reissued spoken word and audio gems from my own vinyl collection. If for any reason any of the files posted are infringing or creating a problem please let me know and i will remove them forth with or somethin' like that most importantly this site is about enjoying music and all are encouraged to LISTEN TO & BUY MUSIC SUPPORT ARTISTS AND DO NOT HOT LINK TO MY FILES IT IS NOT COOL. Thanks and have FUN Oh Yea One more thing I've switched to "approve comments" mode for the time being as these bad vibes all round type places like to spam some of my posts so it might be a day or two until your comments appear Thanks for Understanding
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I enjoyed listening to this. It's kind of like old science fiction from the 50s that is set in the year 1995, yet the televisions all look like old Zeniths.

I'm 50 years into the future! Go! *Zap*

Carl Howard

I am shocked and amazed! This very record has been in my needs-to-be-burned pile for about four weeks.

Too bad it's after the 1962 expiration date given by Warner Records at the time.


Here's a fun tip: If you have an .mp3 editor with automatic cuing, set the dB threshold pretty high and the amount of silence pretty low, and cut these sides into individual phrases and sentences.

I used a tool called mp3DirectCut (freeware, google it) and cut Maurice Woodruff into 500 individual tracks between <1 and 11 seconds long.

I can play all 500 tracks in random order and have an infinite number of Woodruff predictions: "Who will be man of the year in 1962? It could one of two horses. Can you picture him in a balcony? Expect blood to flow."

It also works nicely randomized into my all-music playlist on the iPod, as little bits of spoken word between songs. I pretend he's a robot DJ, so Louis Armstrong's 1929 "King of the Zulus" is introduced: "The time? Spring of 1962."

Loads of .mp3 player fun.


Thanks Hp this is why I vibe so postive on shares and sharing thanks for the tip trip awesome
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