A collection of eclectic poetry penned by three kings of Pulp fiction from the 1930s.
Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp is a collection of 26 poems by writers H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Rice Burroughs, and Robert E. Howard. Inspired by the illustrated book of the same name by artist Mark Wheatley. The poetry is read by Mark Redfield with a full orchestrated score and sound design by Jennifer Rouse to compliment the theme and dramatic feel of each poem.
CREDITS: Original music and Sound Design: Jennifer Rouse
Narrated by Mark Redfield
“Songs of Giants” is a trademark of Mark Wheatley and the content is copyright Mark Wheatley, except where noted. All Rights Reserved.
All artwork is copyright Mark Wheatley. All Rights Reserved. Used by permission.
Robert E. Howard is a trademark of Robert E. Howard Properties, Inc.
“My Mother Was a Wild Cat”, “The Passing o’ My Pal Bill”, and “I Stood at the Bar” are all from The Bandit at Hell’s Bend by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
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Trademark Edgar Rice Burroughs owned by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., and used by permission.
This audio recording of Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp, vocal and original music, is copyright The Mark Redfield Company. All rights reserved.