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  • Performer: Robert Service
  • Album: Robert Service Recites
  • FLAC: 1841 mb | MP3: 1760 mb
  • Released: 1975
  • Country: US
  • Style: Poetry
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Robert Service - Robert Service Recites album flac

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A1 Robert Service The Shooting Of Dan McGrew
A2 Robert Service Surtax
A3 Robert Service Toilet Seats
A4 Robert Service Distracted Druggist
A5 Robert Service Boxer's Wife
A6 Robert Service The Centenarian
A7 Robert Service Bingo
B1 Robert Service The Three Bares
B2 Robert Service Triumph
B3 Robert Service The Receptionist
B4 Robert Service Tourist
B5 Larry Beck The Resurrection Of Dan McGrew
Written-By, Read By – Larry Beck

Credits

  • Written-By, Read By – Robert Service (tracks: A1 to B4)

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© 1975 Larry A. Beck

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BOA-RSR-004-4 Robert Service Robert Service Recites ‎(Cass) Bard Of Alaska BOA-RSR-004-4 US 1975

Recites Robert Service, Volume II ‎(LP). Golden Nugget Records.

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Robert William Service (January 16, 1874 – September 11, 1958) was a British-Canadian poet and writer, often called "the Bard of the Yukon". Born in Lancashire of Scottish descent, he was a bank clerk by trade, but spent long periods travelling in Western America and Canada, often in some poverty.

by Robert W. Service. And worthy friends are rare: These carpet slippers on my feet, That padded leather chair; This old and shabby dressing-gown, So well the worse of wear. Written by Robert Service. Album: Personal File (highly recommended) I like this version of poem more than others, due to its darker and more sinister mood. 19 May 2015 ·. His life, though none too long, Was never dull: Of woman, wine and song Bill had his full.

Robert William Service (January 16, 1874 ndash; September 11, 1958) was a poet and writer. A local Dawson entertainer, Johnny Nunan, now recites Service's poetry (including the classic "The Cremation of Sam McGee") from a willow chair while visitors sit on benches on the front lawn. Following the presentation, visitors can view Service's home through the windows and front door. The fragility of the house, and the rarity of the artifacts, precludes any possibility of allowing visitors to walk inside the house itself.

And the location Robert Service chose is beautiful. We were pleasantly surprised it is located JUST where my husband had read. And, very close by, is Jack London's cabin. Date of experience: August 2018. My husband has been enthralled with Robert Service for as long as I can remember. He frequently recites his poetry.

His book The Last of the Tsars: Nicholas II and the Russian Revolution is published by Macmillan. Russia is meddling in western politics as it has nothing to lose. Putin knows Russia is no longer a superpower, but he can bolster his standing at home by destabilising the west, writes author Robert Service. Published: 15 Nov 2017.

Robert W. Service was born in 1874 in Preston, Lancashire, England and was the eldest child of 10. He composed his first poem at the age of 6 while living with his paternal grandfather and maiden aunts in Scotland. A mischievous youth, Robert always dreamt of adventure and going to sea. Following in his father's footsteps, Robert trained as a bank cashier. His regular income afforded him enough time to write, earn extra money, and read Browning Tennyson Thackery and Keats.

Inspired by Rudyard Kipling and Robert Louis Stevenson, Service sailed to western Canada in 1894 to become a cowboy in the Yukon Wilderness  . A prolific writer and poet, Service published numerous collections of poetry during his lifetime, including Songs of a Sourdough or Spell of the Yukon and Other Verses (1907), which went into ten printings its first year, Ballad of a Cheechako (1909) and Ballads of a Bohemian (1921), as well as two autobiographies and six novels.

Robert (Bob) writes about chemistry and materials science, delving into topics ranging from solar energy and fuel cells to proteomics and artificial bone. Bob majored in psychology and international studies at the University of Oregon.