I now find more records at the Goodwill clearance bins,last stop before the landfill,than I have at any thrift store in years.
The recent discussions of poetry recordings,and spoken word labels makes me think this might be of interest to somebody.I don't think I could sell this.
This is a privately pressed Lp,that dates from the 1970s.Polish poetess Alicja Pomain-Pozerska,reads her poems,in Polish, of Chopin Piano Concerto #1 in E Minor,and Chopinana.Although a US pressed record,there is not a word of English anywhere on it.There is also extensive liner notes,also in Polish.
Does this interest anyone? How rare or common is this ?