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Category Archives: Audio Archive
A hero is one who has given him(her)self up to the benefit of another. April 4 marks the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s assassination. Voicing ideas and challenging authority is a path lined with fatal dangers. In an extreme case … Continue reading
One of our volunteer curators, Diana Hamilton, put together a playlist from the 78 RPM and Cylinder Archive collections featuring expert whistlers. You can download an m3u playlist, or visit the individual song pages below to download the audio files … Continue reading
The Other Minds Archive*, which is hosted by the Internet Archive, represents the organization’s efforts to digitally preserve and make freely available, hundreds of hours of interviews, lectures, poetry readings, and musical performances featuring avant-garde composers, musicians, artists, and authors. … Continue reading
Let’s all put our heads on our desks and listen to a story from The Story Lady. Afterwards, we’ll have apple juice and some graham crackers with peanut butter. My personal favorites are below, but there are plenty more to … Continue reading
As part of my aversion therapy regimen, I thought it would be “fun” to put together an entire post about spiders. Thiodina sylvana : An academically oriented video of a jumping spider Spider trapping a large bug Spider Engineers : … Continue reading
Invented in the early 19th century, the accordion plays an important part of musical traditions around the world from Mexican Norteño music and 1950s chanson singing to tango, polka and Zydeco. In refutation of the famous saying, “A gentleman is … Continue reading
Sometimes we can’t resist a little musical time traveling at the Archive. If you feel the need to relive your youth, take a moment to play the following concerts: Dream Syndicate Live at Backstage on 1982-12-02 John Cipollina Live at … Continue reading
The holidays are an occasion for celebration, and we can’t think of a better way to rejoice than with a little music. My current favorite is A Happy Puppy Christmas, with stunning renditions of Merry Christmas Darling and Chester the … Continue reading
As days grow shorter and winter evenings stretch out ever longer, the contemplative voice of a solo piano can be quite soothing. The Archive has some wonderful selections to accent tea or wine-sipping evenings spent at home: Michael Nyman performs … Continue reading
Audio Love Letters Unsent to People Unmet by John Robinson A prayer by Jeremy Young Texts Our Holidays in Poetry compiled by Mildred P. Harrington and Josephine H. Thomas in 1929 Twentieth Century American Poetry The Spider’s Tongue by Jim … Continue reading
This week in 1933 the US established diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union, Oklahoma became the 46th state in 1907 (see this Encyclopedia Britannica educational film from 1942 to learn more about OK, “land of the red men”), Burgess Meredith … Continue reading
Here are a few choice audio items to lighten up your Friday afternoon: So Slow (the weight loss song) Boobs (streaming only – track 3) Head’s Too Big (DittyBops 8/3/2005) One Dollar About Emma – Alexis
Afropop Worldwide is a collection of radio programs that touches on the music and culture of Africa and people of African descent. This public radio program is hosted by Georges Collinet, and is heard throughout Europe, Africa, and the United … Continue reading
The Internet Archive has over 100,000 audio items, but some of our favorites are songs written for children. A personal favorite is the catchy “I’m In A Pickle,” about a pickle-obsessed klutz. For anyone who doesn’t like their vegetables, ” … Continue reading
Looking for some dramatic music for your Halloween party? Or maybe you’re just looking to scare the beejeebies out of some trick or treaters? Check out Calling All Fiends, a compilation of Halloween-inspired songs released by OddioOverplay.com. – Alexis
One of our Archive users has been uploading hundreds of episodes of The Adventures of Superman into our Old Time Radio collection. Check them out! Episodes 1-21 Episodes 22-45 Episodes 46-69 Episodes 70-96 Episodes 97-156 Episodes 157-195 Episodes 196-243 Episodes … Continue reading
There is a new Grateful Dead distribution policy announced here: http://www.archive.org/about/faqs.php#245 -brewster
Through an outpouring of good work of bands, tapers, and fans, we have hit a major milestone: 20,000 live music concert recordings are being freely shared and enjoyed. -brewster A cool report from Parker: I’d take special note of a … Continue reading
Yippie! The Live music archive just received its 10,000th concert recording! Congratulations and thanks to the etree community and the artists and bands that have a made this a fantastic repository of creative works. http://www.archive.org/audio A few stats: Now stored: … Continue reading