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Awesome concert :)

This is a version of this video:

https://youtu.be/fp1M6cLQhpU

on which I cleaned the audio up a little.

Enjoy!

Dr Alex

The Marvelous Musical Mayhem of The Marlin Museum - An Overview

Hi everyone!

This video is an introduction to my Marlin Museum - a collection of musical equipment by the obscure and long since closed Marlin music company.

Anyway, in spite of its flaws, I hope you enjoy it.

More Marlin info here:

https://www.thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/113245/marlin-sidewinder-slammer-and-bass-guitars

And here:

https://planetbotch.blogspot.com/2012/07/marlin-sidewinder-forgotten-legend.html

All the best.

Dr Alex

With thanks to Mindless Entertainment for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A

This video was recorded using a Shure Model 5655D mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2.
Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.

Intro and outro music performed on:

A white or cream East-German made Marlin Slammer guitar though a Marlin 50W Reverb 50C amplifier.
A Vermona Weltmeister TO 200/5 organ plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ.
A Hammond B200 organ through both a Leslie 720 speaker and another Marlin 10L for distortion.
A Marlin Sidewinder bass guitar through a Marlin Bass 25W amplifier.
A four piece drum kit of random items from Ebay.

If you feel the need you can support via Patreon ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Hi everyone!

This is a video in the the Marvelous Musical Mayhem series.
It is a Bonus Track or "B-side" if you like to the album
"Regenerations Past", which can be found here:

https://youtu.be/EgtN5dZ1pZM

This spare track was discovered lost down the back of the sofa and was overlooked during the making of the album. And so it has been given its own special video right here ;)

Hope you enjoy.

All the best.

Dr Alex

With thanks to Mindless Entertainment for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A

Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.

Intro and outro music performed on:

A white or cream East-German made Marlin Slammer guitar though a Marlin 50W Reverb 50C amplifier.
A Vermona Weltmeister TO 200/5 organ plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ.
A Hammond B200 organ through both a Leslie 720 speaker and another Marlin 10L for distortion.
A Marlin Sidewinder bass guitar through a Marlin Bass 25W amplifier.
A four piece drum kit of random items from Ebay.

If you feel the need you can support via Patreon ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Hi everyone!

This is a video in the the Marvelous Musical Mayhem series.
It is a response to Mr Miles continually badgering me for "more singing". So, be careful what you wish for Mr Miles... ;)

Track listing:

1. All Along the Watchtower - 2001
2. Highway Star - 2001 ish.
3. Black Night - 2001 ish.
4. Smoke on the Water - 2001 ish.
5. Child in Time and I believe in a Thing Called Love - 2003.
6. Feel - 2008.
7. Nine Crimes - 2011.
8. Land Downunder - 2012.

Anyway, in spite of its flaws, I hope you enjoy it.

All the best.

Dr Alex

With thanks to Mindless Entertainment for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A

Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.

Intro and outro music performed on:

A white or cream East-German made Marlin Slammer guitar though a Marlin 50W Reverb 50C amplifier.
A Vermona Weltmeister TO 200/5 organ plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ.
A Hammond B200 organ through both a Leslie 720 speaker and another Marlin 10L for distortion.
A Marlin Sidewinder bass guitar through a Marlin Bass 25W amplifier.
A four piece drum kit of random items from Ebay.

If you feel the need you can support via Patreon ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Anti-trekker finally admits to himself and the world that Doctor Alex has a sexier voice ;)

Rest in peace Stephen, and thanks for all the memories.

Hi everyone!

This video is the sixteenth and final in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 4 of the tapes of Long, And Thanks For All The Fish!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/glHzx96fdgc

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ObooLP_XrPY

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/w1PGzfVTZIU

Life, The Universe and Everything cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pqidIBTN_2M

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/HiaDEzpo16w

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be ..

Rest in peace Stephen, and thanks for all the memories.

Hi everyone!

This video is the fifthteenth in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 3 of the tapes of Long, And Thanks For All The Fish!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/glHzx96fdgc

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ObooLP_XrPY

Life, The Universe and Everything cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pqidIBTN_2M

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/HiaDEzpo16w

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/dYRGTLrjfpY

Side 2 can be found her..

Mr Miles Chief Engineer turned his skills to my last revision to my music video in a video remix so great it just has to be shared with the world! Thank you Mr Miles. And enjoy! :)

https://www.youtube.com/user/Nimiety327/about

On a whim I decided to remove the acoustic guitar altogether to create an all-electric version. I quite like this variation - hope you do too! :)

Doctor Alex and The Regenerations take on Uriah Heep's "Lady In Black". This song choice and video is inspired by the tragic tale of Doctor Alex and Mrs Anti-trekker as told through the amazing Anti-trekker's awesome Superchat rewards.
I hope he doesn't mind ;)
Check out his content on YouTube and through the website:
www.antitrekker.com
I hope people enjoy this :D :D

On a whim I decided to remove the acoustic guitar altogether to create an all-electric version. I quite like this variation - hope you do too! :)

Doctor Alex and The Regenerations take on Uriah Heep's "Lady In Black". This song choice and video is inspired by the tragic tale of Doctor Alex and Mrs Anti-trekker as told through the amazing Anti-trekker's awesome Superchat rewards.
I hope he doesn't mind ;)
Check out his content on YouTube and through the website:
www.antitrekker.com
I hope people enjoy this :D :D

Rest in peace Stephen, and thanks for all the memories.

Hi everyone!

This video is the fourteenth in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 2 of the tapes of Long, And Thanks For All The Fish!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/glHzx96fdgc

Life, The Universe and Everything cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pqidIBTN_2M

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/HiaDEzpo16w

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/dYRGTLrjfpY

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/U7N7amN_IR4

Side 3 can be found here..

This is just a quick video to say thank you to all my subscribers, although it is tinged with sadness at the recent news of the death of Stephen Moore. His voice and talent will be sorely missed, and we thank him for all the happy memories he provided.

Once again, thank you to all all for supporting my efforts by watching, liking, commenting and, of course, subscribing.

Take care.

Doctor Alex

Thank you new subscribers! Wherever you all came from ūüėĀūüĎć

Hi everyone!

This video is the thirteenth in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 1 of the tapes of Long, And Thanks For All The Fish!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

Life, The Universe and Everything cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pqidIBTN_2M

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/HiaDEzpo16w

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/dYRGTLrjfpY

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/U7N7amN_IR4

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pniAXtlKJ0I

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ISPy_sSsonQ

For The Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy -

Side 1 can be found here:..

The scary steps Edward Swowden takes securing his phone. Recorded from my phone ;)

Welcome to the alternative season 12...

Did you find the New Year left you lacking something special?
Was Christmas missing that which the Doctor could not cure? Do you feel a void of Time and Space in your life? Has the humdrum brought you so low your Chin is practically on your balls? Then perhaps The Doctor Reads the Doctor By The Doctor "Seasoned 12" is for you!

"The Stuff Which Dreams Are Made Of" is the season Premiere and is entirely new material written by me, and edited by Ella. You might view it as parody, if you like catagories. If so, perhaps it might be viewed in the same vein as The Orville in that regard. I certainly have a deep respect for Seth MacFarlane's approach to the problems he faced and the truly stellar solution he produced.
In any event, I invite you to take my series as seriously, or not, as you wish.

Above all, I hope you enjoyed watching.

Take care.

Doctor Alex

With thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And thanks to Mindless Entertainment for her support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2KekYVX0xHLa4G9WmcIeJQ/featured

This video was recorded using a Shure Model 5655D mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2.
Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.
Intro and outro performed on a Marlin Sidewinder Guitar plugged into a Marlin Reverb 50C guitar amplifier.

If you would like to support my work financially you can do so via PayPal and if you tell me if and how you want to be known I can give you a credit in the next video :)

https://www.paypal.me/AlexLeithes

If you feel ..

This video serves as an apology and a warning following the recent problems in getting my last to Best Sword Fighting Films past the false DMCA claims from Studiocanal.

StudioCanal refused to accept the Fair Use dispute to their original copyright claims and blocked the original videos after a few days. Fortunately this was slow enough for the original versions to back up on Bitchute, so you can watch them on the links below.

StudioCanal has never refused a copyright claim dispute before, and I can only assume their new belligerence is down Article 13 and other related changes to EU law regarding copyright.

It is fortunate that this review series is eventually finished as this is less likely to impact my future videos (it may interfere with my continuation/addendum to the series however), but this is a worrying development. Bitchute may increasingly be a viable, even necessary alternative and - replacement - for YouTube the way things are going.

Take care.

Dr Alex

Top Ten Sword Fighting Films of all Time - No. 1 part 1:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3dzN7xJBe7Q/

Top Ten Sword Fighting Films of all Time-No. 1 Part 2:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/uhoytDpMcxE/

Worse Than CBS! TF1 DA...

https://youtu.be/TBG-Kkg2S-8

Could BitChute Replace YouTube?

https://youtu.be/dei2COvkFOU

Check out Bitchute to see the unblocked original version video:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/uhoytDpMcxE/

StudioCanal refused to accept the Fair Use dispute to their original copyright claim and blocked the original video after a few days. Fortunately this was slow enough for the original version to back up on Bitchute, so you can watch it on the link above.

StudioCanal has never refused a copyright claim dispute before, and I can only assume their new belligerence is down Article 13 and other related changes to EU law regarding copyright.

It is fortunate that this review series is eventually finished as this is less likely to impact my future videos (it may interfere with my continuation/addendum to the series however), but this is a worrying development. Bitchute may increasingly be a viable, even necessary alternative and - replacement - for YouTube the way things are going.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this charcoal effect, copyright swerving version, however I recommend you check out the full version on Bitchute.

Take care.

Hi everyone!

This video is the 11th in the series of the top 10 "sword fighting" films, in this case restricted loosely to fencing-based movies i.e. not medieval or ancient or Eastern in style. i.e. no. 1 in the top ten!

This is a two-parter - this second half covers the sword fights themselves. Part 1 covered the cinematography, acting etc.

Part 1 can be found here: https://youtu.be/3dzN7xJBe7Q

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it.

Dr Alex

With many thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And with thanks also to Mindless Entertainment:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And her own fencing video with the very kind shout-out at: https://youtu.be/kGALR0rycW8
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her en..

Check out bitchute to see the unblocked original version video:

https://www.bitchute.com/video/3dzN7xJBe7Q/

StudioCanal refused to accept the Fair Use dispute to their original copyright claim and blocked the original video after a few days. Fortunately this was slow enough for the original version to back up on Bitchute, so you can watch it on the link above.

StudioCanal has never refused a copyright claim dispute before, and I can only assume their new belligerence is down Article 13 and other related changes to EU law regarding copyright.

It is fortunate that this review series is eventually finished as this is less likely to impact my future videos (it may interfere with my continuation/addendum to the series however), but this is a worrying development. Bitchute may increasingly be a viable, even necessary alternative and - replacement - for YouTube the way things are going.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this 25% speeded up, charcoal effect, copyright swerving version, however I recommend you check out the full version on Bitchute.

Take care.

Hi everyone!

This video is the 10th in the series of the top 10 "sword fighting" films, in this case restricted loosely to fencing-based movies i.e. not medieval or ancient or Eastern in style. i.e. no. 1 in the top ten!

This is a two parter - this first half covers the cinematography, acting etc. Part 2 will follow shortly covering the sword fights themselves.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it.

Dr Alex

With many thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And with thanks also to Mindless Entertainment:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And her own fencing video with the very kind shout-out at: https://youtu.be/kGALR0rycW8
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her encouragement and supp..

Hi everyone!

This video is the 11th in the series of the top 10 "sword fighting" films, in this case restricted loosely to fencing-based movies i.e. not medieval or ancient or Eastern in style. i.e. no. 1 in the top ten!

This is a two-parter - this second half covers the sword fights themselves. Part 1 covered the cinematography, acting etc.

Part 1 can be found here: https://youtu.be/3dzN7xJBe7Q

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it.

Dr Alex

With many thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And with thanks also to Mindless Entertainment:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And her own fencing video with the very kind shout-out at: https://youtu.be/kGALR0rycW8
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2KekYVX0xHLa4G9WmcIeJQ/featured

This video was recorded using a Shure Model PG-48 mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2.
Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.
Intro and outro music performed on a Marlin Sidewinder Guitar plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ and a Yamaha CLP-810S.

If you would like to support my work financially you can do so via PayPal and if you tell me if and how you want to be known I can give you a credit in the next video :)

https://www.paypal.me/AlexLeithes

You can also support via Patreon, to also gain a credit in videos and other cool stuff ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Abrams "drops" the next "Star Wars" early! :D :D

Hi everyone!

This video is the 10th in the series of the top 10 "sword fighting" films, in this case restricted loosely to fencing-based movies i.e. not medieval or ancient or Eastern in style. i.e. no. 1 in the top ten!

This is a two parter - this first half covers the cinematography, acting etc. Part 2 will follow shortly covering the sword fights themselves.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy it.

Dr Alex

With many thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And with thanks also to Mindless Entertainment:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And her own fencing video with the very kind shout-out at: https://youtu.be/kGALR0rycW8
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2KekYVX0xHLa4G9WmcIeJQ/featured

This video was recorded using a Shure Model PG-48 mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2.
Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.
Intro and outro music performed on a Marlin Sidewinder Guitar plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ and a Yamaha CLP-810S.

If you would like to support my work financially you can do so via PayPal and if you tell me if and how you want to be known I can give you a credit in the next video :)

https://www.paypal.me/AlexLeithes

You can also support via Patreon, to also gain a credit in videos and other cool stuff ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Since the false DMCA claims on Best Sword Fighting Film No. 1 seems to be dragging on forever, here's a little silly club epee fencing to keep you amused in the mean time.

Hope you enjoy! :D :D

Dr Alex

With many thanks to the Anti-trekker for his support and encouragement:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC20_a5xMoC85LQXw17fufEQ
And with thanks also to Mindless Entertainment:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQXDLZoKomiCqjbXS0xH_Q
And her own fencing video with the very kind shout-out at: https://youtu.be/kGALR0rycW8
And thanks also to Doomcock for his ongoing encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCJB88u93eq91U0rlJsW-A
And finally, but not leastly to MechaRandom42 for her encouragement and support:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2KekYVX0xHLa4G9WmcIeJQ/featured

This video was recorded using a Shure Model PG-48 mic plugged directly into a Lenovo X201 running Linux Mint 18.2.
Recording and processing of audio performed using Audacity v2.1.2.
Video editing performed using Openshot v1.4.3.
Intro and outro music performed on a Marlin Sidewinder Guitar plugged into a Marlin 10L guitar amplifier powering the speakers (including Leslie) of a gutted Hammond 8022KM organ and a Yamaha CLP-810S.

If you would like to support my work financially you can do so via PayPal and if you tell me if and how you want to be known I can give you a credit in the next video :)

https://www.paypal.me/AlexLeithes

You can also support via Patreon, to also gain a credit in videos and other cool stuff ;)
https://www.patreon.com/leithes

Hi everyone!

This video is the twelfth in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 4 of the tapes of Life, The Universe and Everything!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

Cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pqidIBTN_2M

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/dYRGTLrjfpY

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/U7N7amN_IR4

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pniAXtlKJ0I

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ISPy_sSsonQ

For The Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy -

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ROSfDmH85BA

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/2_ozynciL80

Sid..

Hi everyone!

This video is the eleventh in the series of Stephen Moore reading the Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy series of books, by Douglas Adams. Specifically this is side 3 of the tapes of Life, The Universe and Everything!
Stephen Moore played Marvin the Paranoid Android in the original radio series and the subsequent TV series, as well as many other characters e.g. Gag Halfrunt.This, coupled with his all-round excellent reading voice, make these a joy to listen to.

As a child I heard the radio series, consumed all the books, and eventually discovered these audio books on cassette tapes in my school library and devoured them all. But of course had to return them.
I recently began to wonder if they were still available. It transpired that they had never been re-released on more up-to-date media and were, I discovered, quite hard to get hold of.

This was the reason then to make these videos - to preserve these charmingly told versions of an unparalleled series of books. My channel is not monetised and I am making no money from this and I would humbly request if anyone does have claim to the copyright, please make a claim on YouTube for monetisation, but please do not block them. In this way future generations can continue to enjoy them.

Anyway, I hope you all enjoy this.

Dr Alex

My preamble starts at 31s.
The story itself starts at 3m and 30s.

Cassette side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/jeuxQzcZtbo

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/PA8q80UoIgI

For The Restaurant at the End of the Universe:

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/dYRGTLrjfpY

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/U7N7amN_IR4

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/pniAXtlKJ0I

Side 4 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ISPy_sSsonQ

For The Hitch-hiker's Guide to the Galaxy -

Side 1 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/ROSfDmH85BA

Side 2 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/2_ozynciL80

Side 3 can be found here:

https://youtu.be/rxTCGuKXLBg

Si..

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