"This recording was made in May of 1956 at Robert Frost's home in Cambridge, where ebullient spirits, rural quiet and a feeling that this was to be the definitive Frost recording influenced the fine vitality of this reading." - From the album cover back
> Side 1: The Road Not Taken ... The Pasture ... Mowing ... Birches ... After Apple-Picking ... The Tuft of Flowers ... My November Guest ... Acquainted With The Night ... Tree At My Window ... West-Running Brook ... Death of a Hired Man
> Side 2: The Witch of Coos ... Mending Wall ... One More Brevity ... Departmental ... A Considerable Speck ... Why Wait For Science ... Etherealizing ... Provide, Provide ... One Step Backward Taken ... Choose Something Like A Star ... Happiness Makes Up In Height ... Reluctance
CONDITION: Record has been play graded and is in excellent condition, glossy with no skips. Record center labels are clean, with no writing, marks or spindle wear. Album cover is in good condition, intact with normal age-related yellowing of the white, minor signs of shelf wear and slight curling of the open edge. Album spine printing is clear and legible. Comes with plain sleeve.
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