Audiobook and music CDs from FWD Computing, Good Life Productions LLC and
Brave New World $10.00 On January 26, 1956 the CBS Radio Workshop
gave an excellent rendition of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. We digitized it, cleaned it up and enhanced it to multi-channel
to make it even better. A scary thought provoking story of a possible future for mankind. Soma the drug to keep you happy
in the segregated, caste class system of the future where to know ones parents is considered shocking. Full cast narration
Brothers Grimm Short Stories $9.00
CD - Short, rare and entertaining stories by the Brothers Grimm of Fairy Tale fame! Stories include:
Briar Rose, Clever Gretel, Cat and Mouse in Partnership. The Pack of Raggamuffins, The Frog Prince, Brother and Sister, The
Traveling Musicians, The Wonderful Musician, and The Good Bargain. Assorted high quality narrators for these tales.
A Christmas Carol $15.00
One of the most loved versions of Charles Dickens "A Christmas Carol". This 1939 story stars Lionel Barrymore as Scrooge,
famous even now for his miserly ways and "Bah humbug!" when Christmas or being charitable comes up. This is the story of how
the ghost of his dead business partner Jacob Marley and the Three Ghosts of Christmas turns his life around by showing him
visions of what was, what is and what might be. This is also the story of Tiny Tim. A great story not just for the holidays.
Edgar Allen Poe by Basil Rathbone $15.00
Five short audio stories of Edgar Allen Poe done by the great Basil Rathbone. Enhanced multi-channel audios that sound
real! The stories are: Eldorado, The complete House of Usher, The Bells, The Raven, The Haunted Palace and the famous poem
Annabel Lee. Much improved over all other known versions, including our previous offering. Basil Rathbone is most noted for
his Sherlock Holmes role.Remastered 2005.
Hercule Poirot -Detective Magnifique!
$10.00 - Two very good audio story episodes of Hercule Poirot, the great Belgian detective created by the
Grand Dame of mystery stories, Agatha Christie. The first story is called: Money Mad Fool. The second story is called: The
H.P. Lovecraft Vol.1 $10.00
Ist volume of 3 planned of last century's most famous master of Horror/SciFi books. Contains tha audio stories of: At
The Mountains Of Madness, The Statement Of Randolph Carter, and The Outsider. Excellent quality for yourself or as a gift.
Ligeia - Price $15.00 Classic Edgar Allen Poe read by Vincent Price. The
1838 story of the love of the fair, but lost lady Ligeia. Both poetry and short chilling novel by the master storyteller.
Recently remastered and much enhanced audio CD over our older GLP offering.
Forbidden Planet $14.00 The complete 1956 story from Caltex Audio Theater
of Australia and faithful to the movie done by MGM. Full cast (even the robot) audioplay of the classic that brought Science
Fiction first to the masses. Audio CD
Night of the Living Dead $10.00 This was done in 1982 by Image Ten Audio
Books, first as a vinyl record set. This is the complete full cast audio story of the strange ailment that befell the countryside
and caused the dead to rise up from the grave and attack the living, who when dead also rose up! Audio CD.
1984 - $10.00
This 1949 thriller of the (then) near future painted a world that was drab, totalitarian and where what was true changed daily
according to "Big Brother" government. This tale is also what happened to a couple who tried to find comfort
and escape from this. Many thought this to be mankind's future. Narrated by the author George Orwell and starring British
actor David Niven. Audio CD.
The Fall of the House of Usher
Audio CD Edgar Allan Poe in 1839. "The Fall of the House of Usher" is considered Poe's
most famous work. This highly unsettling macabre work is considered as the masterpiece of Anglo-Saxon
Gothic literature. The story begins on one "...dull, dark, and soundless day in the autumn of the year...." From the very
beginning, the reader, as a result of Poe's imagery, is aware of a sense of death and decay. Even the narrator, Roderick's
childhood companion, describes "a sense of insufferable gloom [which] pervaded [his] spirit" as he approached the House of
Usher. The term "House of Usher" refers not only to the crumbling mansion but also to the remaining family members who live
within. Usher had written to explain that he was suffering from a terrible mental and bodily illness, and longed
for the companionship of "his only personal friend." The plea seemed so heartfelt that the Narrator immediately set out for
the Usher ancestral home
The Gold Bug - Edgar Allen Poe $15.00 Reader Vincent Price The story is
told by an unnamed narrator, a physician on whose word we can presumably rely. It concerns an extraordinary treasure hunt,
conducted by its main character, William Legrand, that took place many years before the present time of the narration. Mystery?
The Occult? The hunt for great fortune? Only as Poe could write and read by the great Vincent Price. Remastered 2006 multi-channel
enhanced audio CD.
Oomphel In The Sky
$10.00 Double Audio CD - Natives of the distant planet of Kwannon believe that their world is about
to end, and in preparing for the apocalypse, may be unnecessarily bringing about their own demise. The planetary government
can’t overcome its own bureaucracy to help them, and the military is overwhelmed. Can a single newsman change the course
of a whole people, and save their world. Narrated and unabridged, story by H. Beam Piper.
$8.00 Audio CD - Story by
H. Piper Beam in 1960. Two-hundred years after a global nuclear war, two explorers from a research outpost, that largely
survived the cataclysm, discover a settlement of humans who have managed to maintain their civilization despite ferocious
cannibal neighbours, the Scowrers. However, the explorers must turn detective in order to understand the mystery of their
hosts philosophy and religion.
The Adventure of the Stockbroker's Clerk
$7.00 CD -Sherlock Holmes calls on Watson suddenly one day and asks if he is up for a trip to Birmingham. Watson
quickly makes the necessary arrangements and joins his friend on the journey, along with Holmes' young client, Hall Pycroft,
a stockbroker's clerk, who tells a mysterious story. This story's plot is reminiscent of that in "The Red-Headed league",
for it, too, involves an elaborate hoax designed to remove an inconvenient person from the scene for a while so that a crime
can be committed. The story was first published in Strand magazine in March 1893. An excellent very British reading.
War of the Worlds $15.00
This enhanced, multi-channel audio CD is the complete Orson Welles 1938 Sci-fi
thriller of an alien invasion that scared all that heard it. Also included with this story is the only known interview of
both Orson Welles and H.G. Wells on the radio together. The highest quality ever produced of this famous classic, remastered
2005 by Good Life Prod. LLC.