A portion only was released on an EMI LP along with many other excerpts
of historical recordings, but I cannon remember the title of it.
At the same time as Kurt had one for auction Larry Holdridge also had
one offered, & I found a nice copy at an estate sale which I bought for
David Lennick wrote:
> BBC Enterprises put out some of his talks on an album called "Some Of
> His Talks", and Heritage (which evolved from either Audio Rarities or
> Audio Archives) had a ten-inch LP of a 1937 short wave broadcast, but I
> don't think the Linguaphone set has ever been reissued, except for a
> minute or so on a National Vocarium 78. I could be wrong.
> That Linguaphone set isn't that rare..I own a copy and I've seen it on
> auction several times.
> Steven Smolian wrote:
>> On LP on Audio Rarities, I think. There was other material spoken by
>> him on LP as well, on BBC, etc.
>> Steve Smolian
>> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tom Fine"
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>> Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 9:15 PM
>> Subject: [ARSCLIST] George Bernard Shaw recording
>>> Hopefully someone follows the fate of spoken-word recordings ...
>>> George Bernard Shaw made a 2-disk 78 set in 1927 as part of the
>>> Linguaphone series called "Spoken English and Broken English." Kurt
>>> Nauck had a copy up for auction:
>>> as part of this lot:
>>> Was this album ever released in a modern format, either an LP or CD?
>>> -- Tom Fine