Riverside Other Series

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MODERN VOICES SERIES


RLP-7001
A Treasury of Ribaldry read by MARTYN GREEN

 

 

Selections from the anthology, A Treasury of Ribaldry, edited by Louis Untermeyer (published by Hanover House) 

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; December 1956 

 

Side 1

    1. Ovid: The Art of Love (Book II) 

    2. Silentiarius: The Virgin Mistress 

    3. Benjamin Franklin: Advice on the Choice of Mistress 

    4. A Handful of Limericks 

 

Side 2 

    1. Ovid: The Art of Love (Book III) 

    2. Some Aphorisms of Oscar Wilde 

    3. Apuleius: The Deceits of Woman (from The Golden Ass) 

    4. Robert Herrick: Upon the Nipples of Julia’s Breast 

    5. Boccaccio: Putting the Devil in Hell (from The Decameron)

    6. Bassus: Strictly for the Gods 

 

A HIGH FIDELITY Recording (Audio Compensation: RIAA Curve) . 

LP produced and edited by Bill Grauer and Barrett Clark. 

Notes excerpted from the editor’s Foreword to the book, “A Treasury of Ribaldry” (c. 1956, by Louis Untermeyer). 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon; cover photograph: Paul Weller.

Engineer: Jack Higgins (Reeves Sound Studios); New York; December 1956. 

RLP-7001 reissued as Offbeat OLP-4020

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 

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RLP-7002/3
Henry Miller: Recalls and Reflects
A “first Audition” of a Great American Writer

 

 

HENRY MILLER Recalls and Reflects recorded in conversation with Ben Grauer. 

New York; April 1956

 

Side 1 

    1. The Plight of the Creative Artist

        From New York to Paris

        How I Cut Loose 

        Servitude or Service 

        Sex and Love 

    2. Being “In” the World 

        Preserving Your Flame 

 

Side 2

    1. The “Spirit Flame” and Daily Work 

        Accept and Be Free 

    2. Neurotics, Surrealists and Obsessives 

        Baudelaire – Poe ^ Dickens – Tolstoi 

        My 19th Century “Modern” Writers 

        Man’s Dilemma and Glory 

 

Side 3 

       Life in Paris 

       Café Types and Friends 

       Writing Techniques 

       Astrology and My Book Titles 

       Prostitutes 

       The Restaurant in Clichy 

       The Adventure of Nys and Her Maquereau 

 

Side 4 

       More of Paris 

       The Unique and Wonderful Grench 

       French Culture, Philosophy, Women, conversation, Food 

       Being a Free Man of Spirit in the World today 

       Promise and Prophecy 

 

A HIGH FIDELITY Recording (Audio Compensation: RIAA Curve). 

Front cover photograph: Paul Weller. Cover and center-fold design: Paul Bacon 

MODERN VOICES recordings are produced by Modern Voices, Inc., and released exclusively on 

RIVERSIDE RECORDS by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

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RLP-7004/5
Jean-Paul Sartre's "No Exit": starring Betty Field 

 

 

Betty Field (Estelle)  Douglas Watson (Cradeau)  Nancy Wickwire (Inez) and adapted by Paul Bowles 

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; December 21, 1956

 

Side 1

     Act I (part 1) 

Side 2

     Act I (part 2) 

     Act II (part 1) 

Side 3

     Act II (part 2) 

Side 4 

     Act II (part 3) 

 

Produced and directed for records by Barrett Clark with Douglas Watson, Nancy Wickwire. 

A HIGH FIDELITY Recording – Riverside Reeves SPECTROSONIC High Fidelity Engineering (Audio Compensation: RIAA Curve). 

Cover by Paul Weller (photography( and Paul Bacon (design). 

Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City, on Dec. 21, 1956. Engineer: Jack Higgins. 

MODERN VOICES recordings are produced by Modern Voice, Inc. and released exclusive on 

RIVERSIDE RECORDS by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

553 West 51st Street, New York 19, N.Y.

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RLP-7006/7
Sean O'Casey's "Pictures in the Hallway"
adapted by Paul Shyre 

 

 

Members of the Broadway Cast directed by Stuart Vaughan 

Staats Cotsworth, Muriel Kirkland, Rae Allen, Alvin Epstein, Paul Shyre and Robert Geiringer 

Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; March 14 & 29, 1957

 

Side 1/ Side 4 

     Pictures in the Hallway 

 

A HIGH FIDELITY Recording  Riverside-Reeves SPECTRONIC High Fidelity Engineering (Audio Compensation: RIAA Curve).

Produced for records by Barrett Clark Cover by Paul Weller (photograph) and Paul Bacon (design). 

Recorded at Reeves Sound Studios, New York City, on March 14th and 29th, 1957. Engineer; Jack Higgins.

MODERN VOICES recordings are produced by Modern Voices, Inc., and released exclusively on 

RIVERSIDE RECORDS by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS

553 West 51st Street, New York 19, N.Y. 

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RLP-7008- 7011
Cyril Richard: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 

 

 

CYRIL RITCHARD

Cyril Ritchard (readings, sung) performed by the New York Woodwind Quintet: John Barows (frh)  Samuel Baron (fl)  Bernard Garfield (bassoon) 

Jerome Roth (oboe)  Davis Glazer (cl)  Arthur Marotti (perc)  original music by Alec Wilder.

NYC; Spring and Summer, 1957

 

Overture

Chapter I

Chapter II (part 1) 

Chapter XI (part 2) 

Chapter XII and Finale 

Chapter II (part 2) 

Chapter III 

Chapter IV (part 1) 

Chapter X 

Chapter XI (part 1) 

Chapter IV (part 2) 

Chapter V (part 1) 

Chapter VIII (part 2) 

Chapter IX 

Chapter V (part 2) 

Chapter VI 

Chapter VII 

Chapter VIII (part 1) 

 

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RLP-7008/7011, SDP-22 “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”

Readings recorded at WOR-Mutual Studios; music recorded at Reeves Sound Studios

Directed by Barrett Clark; music recording Engineer: Jack Higgins. Modern voices recordings are produced by Modern Voices, Inc. 

and released exclusively on Riverside Records by Bill Grauer Productions.

SDP-22 edition produced for, and distributed exclusively by, Crown Publishers, Inc.

        SDP-22 (BOX) (small blue)                                  SDP-22 (book)                                                                                                                                                      

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RLP-7012
Eleanor Roosevelt (interviewed by Ben Grauer) 

 
 


RLP-7013
The Jazz Age of F. Scott Fitzgerald 

 

Read by Franchot Tone

New York City; 1957.

     Selected excerpts from THE GREAT GATSBY:

 

Side 1

    1. An introduction (from Chapter I) 

    2. A party at Gatsby’s – “There was music from my neighbor’s house …” (from Chapter III) 

    3. Gatsby’s won story – “I am the son of some wealthy people …” (from Chapter IV) 

    4. The real background – “James Gatz of North Dakota …” (from Chapter VI) 

    5. Daisy, tom and Gatsby – “Your wife doesn’t love you …” (from Chapter VII) 

    6. A funeral, and a conclusion (from Chapter IX) 

Side 2 

    1. from ECHOES OF THE JAZZ AGE 

    2. from THIS SIDE OF PARADISE (from Chapter 2, Book 1) 

    3. from THE CRACK-UP 

 

A HIGH FIDELITY Recording – Riverside-Reeves Spectrosonic  High Fidelity Engineering 

(Audio Compensation: RIAA Curve)  Excerpted and edited by ORRIN KEEPNEWS. 

Cover designed by PAUL BACON. Recorded in New York city; 1957. Engineer: Jack Higgins (Reeves Sound Studios). 

RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS,Inc. 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y. 

RLP-7013 

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RLP-7014/15
Bertrand Russell: Speaking personally 

 


RLP-7017
BENTLEY ON BRECHT  

 

 

Songs and poems of the great German writer BERTOLT BRECHT adapted and performed by ERIC BENTLEY 

NYC; 1962

 

Side 1 

    1. Of Poor B.B.  

    2. Legend of the Dead soldier (harmony by Stefan Wolpe) 

    3. Memory of Marie (harmony by Wolpe) 

    4. Doomed Generations 

    5. A visit to the Exiled Poets 

    6. Easter, 1935 (music by Hans Eisler) 

    7. Ballad of Marie Sanders (music by Eisler) 

    8. The Little Radio (music by Eisler) 

    9. To My countrymen 

 

Side 2

    1. Hymn of the Great (harmony by Wolpe)

              and Hymn of Orge (harmony by Eric Regener) 

    2. A Man’s a Man (unknown) 

    3. Moritat (Mack the Knife) (music by Kurt Wiell) 

    4. Song of Sexual Submissiveness (music by Weill) 

    5. Supply and Demand (music by Wisler) 

    6. That’s How It Should Be (music by Wolpe) 

    7. Song of German Mother (music by Wisler) 

    8. Song og Mother Courage (music by Paul Dessau) 

    9. The Soldier and the Wise Woman (music by Eisler) 

  10. Keiner Oder Alle! (music by Eisler) 

 

Produced and edited by Barrett Clark. Recording Engineer: Ray Fowler. Recorded in New York City, 1962. 

Album design: Ken Deardoff. This recording is available in both stereophonic (RS 97017) and monaural (RM 7017) form. 

Riverside Records are Produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York City 36, New York. 

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