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Old 11-26-2019, 09:28 AM
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Originally Posted by digs View Post
But The Moth has hundreds of stories. Both in the studio and live versions. I'll bet people here could recommend some of their favorites... Neil Gaiman told a poignant one about waiting for his parents as a child, not getting picked up after a... music lesson?

MortFan, what kind of stories do you like? You might like humorous stories told by the classy-but-inebriated Lord Buckley (a few good ones on You Tube). I discovered him when I heard Jimmy Buffet stop playing his hits at a concert, settle down and... tell a long Lord Buckley story, about drinking with a bear... God's Own Drunk. And here it is live.
I think I'd love to hear stories passed down from generation to generation, to catch the zeitgeist of a particular place and time.