Indeed, the only Bafflegab releases I don't have are the Brenda and Effie Mysteries, which I have zero interest in, and the Peter Cushing Sherlock Holmes readings, one of which is sold out on CD, and neither of which appears to be available as download releases, or else I would have grabbed them. I already own everything else.
Still, I'd definitely recommend The Scarifyers, Baker's End, and Hammer Chillers to anyone who doesn't have them, and is intrigued by any of those releases.
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... the Peter Cushing Sherlock Holmes readings, one of which is sold out on CD, and neither of which appears to be available as download releases, or else I would have grabbed them.
The Peter Cushing Sherlock Holmes were recorded for NRIB (http://www.rnib.org.uk) and (I believe) sold under licence for a while. I have both on CD (had to track one down on ebay) and they are excellent.
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Indeed, the only Bafflegab releases I don't have are the Brenda and Effie Mysteries, which I have zero interest in, and the Peter Cushing Sherlock Holmes readings, one of which is sold out on CD, and neither of which appears to be available as download releases, .
Yeah, I looked at those Cushing titles earlier today and would have probably got them if I could have on download. However, even though you state no interest, I know Brenda and Effie is available as download. When I bought their download bundle last winter, they were included... and I just saw a "Buy Digital Album" link when I pulled up one of the titles just now. I'll give you that the overall Series Title was kind of off-putting for me, but I did eventually listen to them when I worked through most of that Bafflegab folder on my MP3 player a few months ago and thought they wasn't that bad. It's more like " The Paranormal Adventures of Brenda and Effie" than some kind of procedural whodunit, and I ended up liking them.
I love Brenda and Effie, but I'm also a fan of the batty old women of Doctor Who. The stories are genre-bending fun with a heart, and I'd happily buy more if only more were available to buy. (That includes in BBC released their own version, 'Never the Bride', which they made 5 episodes of). And then there are the books...
Not mentioned above is Vince Cosmos, glam-rock detectives. Surprisingly both joyous and dour as well as a bit bonkers. It's potentially my favourite Bafflegab release!
I got the Colin Baker Baker's End title (already had the Tom Baker ones), the last Scaryfiers I needed and the first of the Cushing Holmes volumes.
The completist/hoarder in me is now frustrated that volume 2 of Holmes is not available and has vowed to track down a copy if it kills me. This is the same part of me that grieves daily for the one Benny book and the one Tomorrow People cd that i have still not managed to find.
The completist/hoarder in me is also now calling that part of the shelf "the Bafflegab Collection" so has commenced nagging at me to go back and get all of their other releases.
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