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Jean Shepherd

Life Is
Narrated by: Jean Shepherd
Length: 5 hrs and 51 mins
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Summary

Have you ever thought about life? Jean Shepherd did, in his inimitable way, and Life Is will please those who can appreciate the thought and the inherent humor therein. The eight shows in this collection include performances pondering forbidden magazines, playing tuba in the school band, his old man’s love of Oldsmobiles, chauffer-driven Ferrari's, home in Hammond, the insidiousness of public relations, and so much more.

Digitally Remastered and Restored. Each program is approximately 44 minutes. Total running time approximately 6 hours. The radio programs in this collection include:

  • 1: "Capt. Billy's Whiz-Bang"
  • 2: "Fate"
  • 3: "Public Relations"
  • 4: "Defeated Ex-Kids"
  • 5: "Playing the Tuba"
  • 6: "Automotive Age"
  • 7: "Home"
  • 8: "Life Is
©2006 Hartwest Productions Inc. (P)2006 RSPT LLC

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  • William H.
  • 17-01-19

Listened to Jean Shepherd when he had his show

Not his best effort. He seems to be going through the motions. Go to the web site that's dedicated to him.

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  • GJ Dupuis
  • 23-04-15

Faithful listener

I still remember some of the old radio broadcasts that these are a part of. It's great to hear them again.

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