JIAM2012 Photo: 01

The player I listen to audiobooks on is a 30GB 2005 Video iPod! Yes, it’s still in play! I’m actually trying to see how long I can keep this baby going 🙂

What’s currently on the iPod?

  • The Arthur Miller Collection (by Arthur Miller; performed by various full casts)
  • The Eleventh Plague (by Jeff Hirsch; narrated by Dan Bittner)
  • Half Blood Blues (by Esi Edugyan; narrated by Kyle Riley)
  • Pinned (by Alfred C. Martino; narrated by Mark Shanahan)
  • Quantum of Solace (by Ian Fleming; narrated by Simon Vance)
  • Sense and Sensibility (by Jane Austen; narrated by Wanda McCaddon)
  • What Dreams May Come (by Richard Matheson; narrated by Robertson Dean)
And, for those days that I finish a book on a Thursday and don’t want to start an audiobook on a Friday, music:

  • Armchair Apocrypha (Andrew Bird)
  • At Least I’m Not with You (The Insomniacs)
  • The Bells (playlist created by yours truly featuring all the music from Richard Harvell’s novel of the same name)
  • The Crane Wife (The Decemberists)
  • Dvořák (playlist featuring his Symphony No. 9 in E Minor
  • Great Mass in C Minor (K.427) (Mozart)
  • In Time – The Best of R.E.M. 1983-2003 (R.E.M.)
  • The King is Dead (The Decemberists)
  • Live from The Middle East (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
  • Le Nozze di Fiagro (k. 492) (Mozart)
  • Pin Points and Gin Joints (The Mighty Mighty Bosstones)
  • “White Rabbit” (Jefferson Airplane)
And what do these lists tell you? Pretty much nothing except that I’m curious about all sorts of books and have extremely eclectic tastes in music 🙂

What player do you listen to audiobooks on? What’s on it now?

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One thought on “JIAM2012 Photo: 01

  1. I use to have that exact same model! Now I do all of my audiobooks from the last iPod Classic Apple still sells (160 GB version). It easily holds all of music (2K+ tunes) and what I have in potential audiobook to listen to (or have listened to that I might want to re-visit).

    Nice selection there, Tanya. Well done.

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