All files in both MP3 and WAV formats.

All MP3's at 128 Kbps/44 Khz.
Hi-Fi STEREO.
     

                                                         

1994. Audio Renaissance Tapes.
Written By Max Brand.

Read By Barry Corbin.

Chip is a ranch hand, just sixteen, but wise and cunning beyond his years. One day he shows his friend Joe a portrait carved on a small square of ivory. It is, Chip says, the face of Doloritas Ruan - a woman in deadly peril. The stunning, haunting beauty of that face irresistibly draws Joe on a Journey to Mexico with Chip, to rescue her from danger. At the mysterious house/fortress of Casa Ruan, the beautiful Doloritas awaits. But both the woman and this ancient dwelling hide some deadly secrets - and Joe soon finds himself trying not only to save the beautiful seņorita, but also to save himself from sudden death!

 


Click To Enlarge
  MP3   WAV   Length
     
"... ..."   603 Kb   113 Kb.   0:38
             
"... ..."   602 Kb.   113 Kb.   0:38
     



"
Barry Corbin is a Max Brand hero incarnate. His reading is so easy to listen to you don't want these short stories to end.
Craven outlaws, bloodthirsty bandits and, of course, beautiful women are all portrayed equally well in
Corbin's resonant voice. Character accents and genders are easily identified."
- S.C.A. AudioFile Magazine, March 1996.

"Listeners who enjoy the nearly lost art of storytelling will treasure this collection of Max Brand stories written in the 1930's. Perhaps a generation of new listeners, especially young adults, will also get to know these classics.
Actor
Barry Corbin is the perfect reader for the material. He has a tough gravelly voice, and his delivery and pacing lure the listener into the atmosphere of the turn-of-the-century West of bloodthirsty bandits, brave cowboys and beautiful women."
- B.V. AudioFile Magazine, March 1996.


Category: Western.
Running Time: 90 Minutes. Dolby Stereo.

< BACK
                                      


 


CARCAJOU'S TRAIL


ARTICLES

  E-Mail BARRY CORBIN : info@barrycorbin.com | Sign The Guestbook | View The Guestbook

Layout, Navigation, Graphics, Coding and Content 1998 - 2009, Armando Tamez (unless stated otherwise).
Web hosting provided by Philip Shoffner.
Any reproduction, duplication or distribution in any form is expressly prohibited.