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    I've heard the Beck album many times.
    The Awesomest fled across the desert and The Awesomer followed.

    If you rescue me
    Iíll be your friend forever


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    Then you essentially know the music to the Them version of "It's All Over Now Baby Blue". That mellotron figure that's repeated throughout most of the Beck song is lifted from the Them song. Friggin' haunting piece of music.

    So, could we possibly get more tangential? What was the topic anyway?

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    Oh...you're right! Sorry everyone!
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    Well at least there was an interesting conversation in there about Dylan covers. We now return you to your regularly scheduled discussion of audio books already in progress...

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    I wonder if Dylan has any connection to the dark tower

    on topic: now that I've got further into the story, I got to add that Guidall is good as Jake too. and the man in black
    Some are born to sweet delight,

    some are born to the endless night.

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    I suggest opening a thread for Dylan.

    Roland would have understood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chap View Post
    I think it's around 7h20m
    and once again I have to commend Guidall for this, he really sets the mood with his voice, amazing
    Just 7 hours? I thought it's much longer. Maybe because I am not good at reading out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letti View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Chap View Post
    I think it's around 7h20m
    and once again I have to commend Guidall for this, he really sets the mood with his voice, amazing
    Just 7 hours? I thought it's much longer. Maybe because I am not good at reading out.
    Yeah this is one big file. So I really hope I'm not missing any parts, that would be embarrasing

    Just finished it last night. The only thing I didn't like was how "Jake" said his famous "Go then"-line.
    Other than that it was great!
    Some are born to sweet delight,

    some are born to the endless night.

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    Why didn't you like the line that way?

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    Oups, sorry for not replying. I forgot about this thread

    I didn't like it because it didn't sound like I imagined. The voice sounded a bit "whiny", and I imagined it to be calmer, as if Jake had a moment of clarity (or a epiphany, if you will). So the voice was more relaxed, resigned and calm in my head.


    That said, now that I've heard Guidall, Muller and King all read DT books, Guidall is definately the best IMO. King is a better Eddie and Susannah, but overall Guidall is on top
    Some are born to sweet delight,

    some are born to the endless night.

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    IMO, the version of books 2,3,4 with Muller are the best. I haven't heard the 2nd edition version of book 1 with Muller, but he's definitely my favorite narrator. Muller does the Talisman and Black House as well, and does them well.

    Although Guidall is pretty good in the books he reads as well.

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