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Stories of Oregon

by Blue Dawg Audio

Want to battle Skyline, take a stroll in Forest Park? How about fishing with John, who pulls a salmon off a slime line in Alaska to kiss it goodbye and ends up fishing off the Oregon Coast, unaware he's about to lose more than he knows. Find it here.
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1. Stories Of Oregon - Intro
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2. Stars In The Sea
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3. Empty Ends
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4. Instrumental Interlude
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5. Journey Of The Night Thieves
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6. Come Back
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7. Instrumental Interlude
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8. Cycling Madness
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9. Instrumental Interlude
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10. Going Camping
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11. Instrumental Interlude
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12. Living In Paradise
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Stories of Oregon" is a collection of contemporary stories written by Oregon-based writers. Each story has an Oregon "feel" and shares something of what it's like to live here. Decorated inside and out with spectacular photographic art which references each of the stories, “Stories of Oregon” makes a great gift.

Business people, such as real estate agents or human resource managers have told us they’ve found it a great way to welcome clients or employees new to the state. Others have said it’s evoked a sense of nostalgia in family members who no longer live here. Individuals who have purchased the CD have mentioned how emotionally evocative the combination of stories and music is. They’ve also mentioned how much they like the short-story format.

Unlike a novel on tape the stories are short. You can listen to one, start to finish, while driving to work, running at lunch, or just taking a break from TV.

The “Stories of Oregon” project came together when Andy and Dean, brothers and voice artists, met writer and editor Pamela. Soon they were reading stories by her and her writer friends on Andy's radio show, hosted by Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB).

Then they met Milen Slavov, internationally known musician and composer from Bulgaria who was granted "artist of extraordinary ability" permanent residency by the US government. Now Milen is a US citizen and resident of Oregon.

Wanting to do a project together they formed a small audio production company, Blue Dawg Audio. Using Pam's connections they found local writers to provide stories which were then read by Andy and Dean, and voice talent Lisa, at Milen’s recording studio. Milen then composed a unique sound track for each story as well as musical interludes which are scattered throughout the tracks. The result was "Stories of Oregon" a special blend of story, voice and music.

The members of Blue Dawg Audio hope you enjoy the result as much as they enjoyed the process of creating "Stories of Oregon".


*Correction: Please note that the author of "Cycling Madness" is Derek Ladd, not David. Our heartfelt apologies to Derek.

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Jennifer

Nice!
I liked this CD because the stories had places I've been like Forest Park and Skyline and Trillium Lake. It made me think about those places. I liked the story about girls walking in the park at night. It's like that, kind of spooky but fun.
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Barbara Duncan

This CD just makes you feel so there.
Some of the stories make you cry. They music sort of gets to you. But mostly it made me want to go on vacation so I could visit all the places it talks about.
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