Thursday, October 8, 2020

RAW audio


RAW Semantics does a nice public service by posting the YouTube video for the audio for Secrets of Power, a 40-minute comedy  recording of Robert Anton Wilson released in 1986 in the UK. I believe it's one of the few commercial audio recordings of RAW I haven't heard, so I'll check it out this weekend. In his post discussing the recording, Brian writes, "My first sampling of RAW was ‘Secrets of Power’ – a cassette tape that I bought from a London record shop, around 1986. At the time, I’d never heard of Robert Anton Wilson." For your convenience, I've posted the video here, but you should read Brian's comments.

If you like RAW audio, don't forget the other recordings available at at YouTube, and don't overlook all of the audio available at the Internet Archive. Start perhaps with Robert Anton Wilson: The Lost Studio Session and then explore. 



1 comment:

Hugh Crane said...

I don’t know if this belongs in the same category but Steve Pratt’s RAW spoken word album is pure gold.