May 16, 2020

#50 - When Father Brought Home The Lamp - Extended

This 19th century tale of a household transformed by modern technology is a sweet tale of simpler times and includes the sound of crickets I recorded one evening this past summer up at my cabin.


Written in the style of Finnish Realism, this 19th century tale of a household transformed by modern technology is a sweet tale of simpler times. 

This extended episode includes the sound of crickets I recorded one evening this past summer up at my cabin.

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Erik

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