"The Cinnamon Bear" is, arguably, the best holiday series ever developed for radio. Containing all of the elements of a classic children's fantasy, combined with radio's unique ability to create vivid mental images in the minds of its listeners, it continues to delight both young and old. And now, for the first time, you can hear and enjoy "The Complete Cinnamon Bear" -- including all twenty-six original and unedited shows, the original 1937 promotional recording, and all of the songs from the series as transferred from an original set of 78 RPM recordings. Each of the programs has been digitally transferred directly from a set of original 16" broadcast transcriptions and painstakingly restored for outstanding audio fidelity - truly the best-sounding version of the series that has ever been released. It's yet another triumph for Paddy and his band of travelers as, after well over seventy years, they once again carry on their magical search for the silver star.
This is the fifth issue in the Dusty Ayres series. When Dusty heard about America’s new invention, the X-Rayoscope, by which the human eye could penetrate night, fog and clouds for a distance of two hundred miles, he thought victory was at hand. With such a machine to spy on the enemy, the war would soon be over. But he didn’t know about the doom even then speeding through invisible skies, had not yet heard of the green thunderbolt! Captain Dusty Ayres, ace pilot for the U.S. Air Defense flies in the Silver Flash, an advanced craft of his own design. With his two pals Curly Brooks and Biff Bolton, they battle some of the most diabolical mad scientists and their weirdest inventions. These exciting stories took over the Battle Birds magazine from June 1934 through the July/August issue of 1935, changing the magazine name to Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds. And now Dusty Ayres and his Battle Birds is back, reissued for today’s readers in electronic format. $2.99.
Hello -- I am enjoying the daylights out of your presentation of Chamber Music Society of Lower Basin Street. Thank you for offering these programs as they should ideally be heard. I've suffered through versions that are muffled, overly filtered, or played at the wrong speed, and it's a real pleasure to hear the Radio Archives rendition of this great hot-jazz series. Keep up the good work!
I just want to express my excitement at logging onto your site today to find a totally unexpected "new" volume in the Fibber McGee Lost Episodes series! As you may remember, I have asked you several times if there were any chance of you locating some of the earlier episodes. There aren't many left that we need in your quality now! It has opened up an whole new ray of light in my dream of hearing the complete collection! Of course, I ordered it immediately and as soon as I am finished with all the other volumes (I have them all), I'll start all over again with, as you jokingly suggested, VOLUME ZERO! Thanks so much - and who said Santa doesn't exist?