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ViewPoints 1247 11-21-12 Narrating Audio Books

To find out more about or subscribe to the services offered by the U.S. National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress (often abbreviated as NLS), go to:
You can also phone them at 888-NLS-READ or 888-657-7323

Thanks again to the NLS for agreeing to let us play a section from Yolande's narration of "Memoirs of a Geisha" heard at the beginning of this show.

The three links below are to an interview Yolande Bavan did in 2007 for Jazz Wax about her singing career:

The link below is about Yolande's appearance at the 2012 Monterey Jazz Festival:
Yolande at the Monterey Jazz Festival

As Yolande mentioned, she read the Bhagavad Gita. Read the Wikipedia article to learn more about this scripture:
Wikipedia article about the Bhagavad Gita

If you'd like to hear more of Lambert Hendricks and Bavan singing, do a search for the singing group on YouTube.
Click the link below to hear the complete version of "Stops and goes Blues" which was used for the first breaker in the show:
Stops and Goes Blues
Click the link below to hear the full version of "One O'Clock Jump" which was used for the last breaker in the show:
One O'Clock Jump