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  • Bing Crosby: The Early Years | Gary Giddins

    Bing Crosby: The Early Years

    • UNABRIDGED (21 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Gary Giddins
    • Narrated By Edward Lewis
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    From 1934 to 1954, Bing Crosby utterly dominated American entertainment. Nobody has ever had as many hit records, and Crosby was the number one movie star for five years in a row. The rise of Bing Crosby was the rise of American popular culture itself.

    Karen Murphy says: "Soooo boring... Couldn't get thru it!"
  • After the Fireworks: Three Novellas | Aldous Huxley,Gary Giddins

    After the Fireworks: Three Novellas

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Aldous Huxley, Gary Giddins
    • Narrated By Michael Page, Tom Parks
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    In After the Fireworks, three of Aldous Huxley's lost classic pieces of short fiction are collected for the first time. In the title novella, Rome is the stunning backdrop where internationally famous novelist Miles Fanning is setting out on a walk down Via Condotti toward the Spanish Steps when he encounters the mysterious Pamela Tarn - a beautiful young American admirer of his work who shares a name, as well as conspicuous personality traits, with a character from his most celebrated book.

  • Young Man with a Horn | Dorothy Baker,Gary Giddins - afterword

    Young Man with a Horn

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By Dorothy Baker, Gary Giddins - afterword
    • Narrated By Kevin T. Collins
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    Rick Martin loved music, and the music loved him. He could pick up a tune so quickly that it didn't matter to the Cotton Club boss that he was underage,or to the guys in the band that he was just a white kid. He started out in the slums of LA with nothing, and he ended up on top of the game in the speakeasies and nightclubs of New York. But while talent and drive are all you need to make it in music, they aren't enough to make it through a life.

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