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  • Radio, Records & Rockstars

  • Written by: Jeff Woods
  • Narrated by: Jeff Woods
  • Length: 15 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged
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Canada's premiere rock radio interviewer and radio series host, Jeff Woods, narrates the audio version of his acclaimed first nonfiction book, featuring a nostalgic romp through his own career in radio and records, alternating between that and exclusive conversations with the legends of rock.   

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Calming Listen

  • By Amazon Customer on 2018-11-10

Never dull or a lull: The coolest stories ever told.

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Reviewed: 2018-11-27

Learn how to bookmark cause your going listen to this again (& again).
A great listen for rock music fans, make that a MUST LISTEN. This is an equal real life companion to Camron Crows’ movie “Almost Famous”.
Amazing, inspiring interviews with Angus Young, Sammy Hagar, Neil Pearl, David Bowie and the Fleetwood Macs, LED Zeppelins, Pink Floyd’s and Holes too. Jeff Woods tells stories about Rockers and Rock radio people ( some of who I know, that were new to me) and its celebs that are captivating and entertaining. If you love rock, you’ve found the perfect audiobook, written and narrated by a kindred sprit.

  • The Tremble of Love: A Novel of the Baal Shem Tov

  • Written by: Ani Tuzman
  • Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki
  • Length: 19 hrs and 1 min
  • Unabridged
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    5 out of 5 stars 1
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    5 out of 5 stars 1

Poor orphan. Simpleton. Harder to tame than the wind. He hears what they call him. But he listens to the presence his father promised would never leave him. Yisroel finds his way to those who nurture his healing gifts and rare compassion - until he embraces a destiny he cannot yet fathom nor deny any longer. Honoring women, children, and the poor as his teachers. Celebrating life's simplest deeds as worship. Praying with joyous abandon. Loving without condition. Yisroel's "irreverent" practices threaten the established authorities, among them an embittered rabbinic leader.

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  • Please check Chapters 30 -33

  • By David Finestone on 2018-04-08

Please check Chapters 30 -33

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Reviewed: 2018-04-08

At one point the performance goes dead for too long a time, Then I hear "Sorry, let me do it again." and the narrator does...4 or five times more, "Sorry, Ahem, Ahem..."
on one hand, thanks for the insight into the rigors of producing an audiobook.
On the other hand. That's not what I pay an annual fee for! Is audible a clearing house for substandard performances... Like what they sell you 100 books but 5% will be misssing chapters and include assorted production errors and faux pas?

The book is a joy, inspiring and very timely considering the shift from Male energy to Female( Pieces to Aquarian) and the softening of paternalism is culture... But Please, INSPECT AND REVIEW YOUR PRODUCTS BEFORE YOU STALL THE SUSPENSION OF DISBELIEF NESSISARRY TO LOOSE ONE's SELF IN A GREAT WORK, such as this.

Seriously BAD on Audibles account. I'm very dissapointed.