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Max S. Sadove, M.D. – Management of the Insomniac

Released in 1960, this is the first CIBA clinical record issued by CIBA Pharmaceutical Products in N.J. and is meant to be “an audio-visual journal devoted to postgraduate reviews of diagnosis and therapeutics.” In his day (and at the time of this recording) Max S. […]

Morgan Fisher – Miniatures

In 1980, Mott The Hoople Keyboardist and Londoner Morgan Fisher solicited musical contributions from 50 musicians that he admired…

Sidney Poitier – Journeys Inside The Mind

Poitier reads Plato. ‘Nuff said. Listen

Sounds Of Self-Hypnosis Through Relaxation

There’s a lot of words I would use to describe the folkways catalog. But sexy is not one of them. Despite being a rather handsome man himself, Mo Asch resisted the allure of the sexy. And this is probably a good approach for recording the […]

Kenneth Patchen – Reads Jazz In Canada

I am a sucker for both word jazz and Folkways so I figured I’d give it a try. Glad I did! Crazy beatnik vibe the likes of which so many records with wild covers promise but rarely deliver. The Alan Neil Quartet is backing him […]

Visitors From Outer Space – What Saith The Lord?

On October 9, 1973 the entirely heterosexual fishing expedition of Charles Hickson & Calvin Parker was unexpectedly interrupted by a flying egg shaped craft. Three used condom looking creatures forced hickson on to their ship, examined his body, and then returned him to the wharf, […]