More vintage vinyl: Arthur C. Clarke and Aldous Huxley performing their own WORK!

September 20, 2006
Filed under: Online Audio 

An SFFaudio contributor, code named “Esther,” has pointed out that Record Brother Blog also has a couple of other spoken word albums posted. One by Arthur C. Clarke and one by Aldous Huxley!

Transit of Earth and The 9 Billion Names of God Read by Arthur C. ClarkeTransit Of Earth and The Nine Billion Names of God Read By The Author Arthur C. Clarke
By Arthur C. Clarke; Read by Arthur C. Clarke
3 Mp3 Files (from an original 33 1/3 LP Record) – [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Caedmon
Published: 1975
Product #: TC-1566

Click HERE for the Record Brother post, the three files are at the bottom.

Aldous Huxley's Brave New WorldAldous Huxley’s Brave New World
By Aldous Huxley; Performed by Aldous Huxley and a Full Cast
2 Mp3 File (from an original 33 1/3 LP Record) – [RADIO DRAMA]
Publisher: Pelican Records
Published: 1979
Product #: LP-2013

Back of: Aldous Huxley's Brave New WorldThis is a CBS Radio Workshop Theatre of the Mind production, with Aldous Huxley performing as the narrator and with an original score is by Bernard Herrmann. It was originally broadcast in two parts on January 27th and February 3rd, 1956. The liner notes on the hard copy are by Ray Bradbury, and recall his interactions with Huxley.

Get both parts by following these links:

Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World SIDE 1 & SIDE 2

Esther also recommends listening to Huxley speaking about modern (1962) techniques for controlling human behavior at the UC Berkeley’s MEDIA SITE.

There’s a Real Audio (streaming) link to his March 20, 1962 lecture,
“The Ultimate Revolution” and also separate links to the program and Q&A.

Thanks Esther!

posted by Jesse Willis

Similar Posts:

Comments