Episode 16 Hunchback’s Tale Part 3 “The Barber’s Tale of his Six Brothers”

• October 27th, 2016

The lavish tale of The Hunchback and the winds through the memory of the darkly comic Barber, as the sinister world of his six brothers unfolds, all an embodiment of the seven deadly sins. He recounts barely escaping death from ten condemned men and a cantankerous Caliph. The first brother al Bakbuk, the prattler, a Hunchback tailor lustily covets his Landlord’s wife. As he schemes with her servant to have her for fine robes, the husband has him yoked to a mill as an ox, whilst the women laugh in sheer delight.  The second Al Haddar, the foolish babbler is brimming with lusty delight, and falls in the company of an old woman, who lures him to a harem the Wazirs wife who showers him with slaps and painful conditions, and a drunken throng of devilish maidens who ply him with wine, pelt him with lemons, citrons, and pillows, and uproarious  crescendo of and drunken frolic and trap doors.  

The third Al Fakik, the greedy blind beggar crosses path with a asly and devious House master who endures great lengths of whips and flogging to his pack of blind bandits a lesson they’ll never forget. He sadistically laughs as their blows aretripled and delightfully helps himself to a third of their gold.  The fourth brother, Al Kuz al Aswani, the gabbler, long necked gugglet, and town butcher personifies wrath as he metesout justice to a thieving shapeshifting old shaykh who warns him to turn a blind eye.  Silver coins transform intopaper, a slaughtered ram turns into a human carcass, and the town turns upon him, while the Shaykh’s cane wand puts out his eye. The vengeance of the old shaykh never ceases as he wanders from town to town with a black mark, and with each punishment further marring his fate.

 

The fifth brother concocts a potion of prideful visions from 100 dinars worth of perfumed glass bottles, which crash to his chagrin. An seemingly kind old woman leads him to the house of her mistress, a poisonous damsel married to a Nubian Ifrit. They lure the young man to death in a souterrain of horrors reeking of gore and treasures. Barely escaping death, he returns to the charnel pit to outwit the demonic Nubian, but finds the gold and damsel of his aspirations has a terrible cost.  The sixth brother, Shakashik or many clamors, whose hunger surpasses the circumference of the globe, encounters a sadistic Wazir, and a trio of devious eunuchs to tempt him with a sumptuous repast of thin air. His empty pit of a stomach gnaws as the scheming  Wazir tempts him with salivating depictions of the choicest epicurean delights. A battle of wits ensues for a comical bash of twists and turns, and a drunken carousing feast of twenty years. Despite his good fortune, a twist of fate lands him into the tent of a Bedouin bandit’s wife, where his life and his member hangs upon a blade.

 As Al Samit, the slothful Barber reveals forgiveness by the Caliph, the Sultan of China reels with delight and pardons the Jewish physician, the Agnostic Tailor,the Nazarene Broker and the Muslim Reeve for the death of the Hunchback. There is more in store as the wily barber plays one more trick, and removes a fish bone from the Hunchback’s gullet. The Hunchback fool plays the ultimate trick upon them all in the exciting conclusion of Volume I of the Arabian Nights of Sir Richard Burton's "Arabian Nights Entertainments."

First Tale: Starring Sean Young As Al Samit The Barber the Silent Man. Edwyn Riong Tiong : Sultan of China. Patrick Seymour Nazarene Broker Kamran Nikhad Muslim Reeve and Caliph Tom Kerin Jewish Tailor Tailor Zade Patterson Richard Kingston Sworder  Karen Hayman Dunyazad Margritte:Sheherazade Chris Thurman, Jester’s Hunchback, 1st Brother   Terah Kuykendall -Servant of Landlord’s Wife Olivia Steele Landlord’s Wife Patrick Seymour: Landlord Sean Chiplock Kazi Second Tale: Older Woman: Danielle McRae Mistress of The House : Cassandra Wladyslava /Tailor’s Wife Brother: Richard Garner Jamaal Ephraim : Captain of the Guard  Third Tale: 3rdbrother Warren Blackie   Anthony Sardinha Governor Richard Kingston: House Master Fourth Tale: AT Gonzalez  Ryan Edwards: Shape shifting Shaykh Townsperson: Jake Whitmarsh Fifth Tale:  Matt Franklin Fifth Brother Karen Kahler: Old Witch Damsel: Natalie VonSistine Courtier: Jake Whitmarsh Richard Kingston:Nubian Ifrit Sixth brother: Robert Cossyleon Courtiers: RichardGarner Chamberlain: FaisalYaqub Ryan Edwards BedouinBandit Music: Ambient Track Skull Bottle Sorcery "Neptunian" Music Himalayan Gong – Nirtana freesound.org Xserra musical selections from freesound.org. Erik and Derik Feichter: Arabian soundtrack. “Aladdin” KingTut” “Cobra Desert “ Sound effects from freesound.org Opening and ending credits theme/ "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by MusicBakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed COPYRIGHT 2016 ALL rights reserved. 

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Episode 15: Hunchback’s Tale Part II :Jewish Physician’s Tale & The Epicurean Tailor’s Tale

• July 5th, 2016
1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments Sir Richard Burton’s timeless classic “Arabian Nights Entertainments”
Hunchback's Tale Part II the Jewish Physician's Tale and the Tailor's Tale continues captively at the Sultan of China's Court
The physician recants his tale of a young man with no right hand, who in turn tells his hapless tale of intrigue and decapitation of a young damsel by his mysterious lover and the retrieval of her necklace, throughout the lands of Egypt and Damascus. The Tailor also tells his tale, of a impatient young man driven mad by desire, and the mad astrological barber/philosopher  who causes the man to become lame of leg. Introduces the Mad and Bawdy barber for the upcoming conclusion of Volume 1!

Performers:
Tom Kerin - Jewish physician  Rahul Kurup- Mameluke, Landlord, Pawnbroker, Syndic Wazir Barber's Friends. Mark Rowland - Prince without Hand Rip Elliot- Father Uncles and chief - Glenn Hibburt  Villainous Damsel -Kimlinh Tran Governor -Lee Turner Edwyn Rong Tiong Sultan of China Scherezade - Margritte Tailor - Zade PattersonHost, Voice of the Prophet- Joey Sellick Sean Young - Barber Wazirs Daughter - Miriam Bowden Wazir and Barber's Father - Reise Meyers Old Crone - Heidi Tabing Wazir's Retainer -Jhon Longshaw Poet - Stephanie Longshaw
Steve Atwell - Prince With Lame Legs

Music ScapeGoat "Pyramids of Mars" Assume the Death Posture https://slaughterhouserex.bandcamp.com/album/scapegoat-esoteric-technology-techno-magic
Derek and Brandon Feichter - Soundtrack Score6" Desert City" - Kevin McLeod  Eerie Ambience Richard McCulver Mystery Orientale - FSM Team Traditional  Pieces setuniman and xserra Sound effects from freesound.org
Opening and Ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Longshaw copyright 2016 all rights reserved.
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Episode 14: Hunchback’s Tale Part 1: Nazarene Broker and Muslim Reeve’s Tale

• November 2nd, 2015

1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments Sir Richard Burton’s timeless classic “Arabian Nights Entertainments”

The magic continues as Scheherezade weaves a spell of aural tapestries rife with a ribald and darkly comic murder mystery set in the Western provinces of China, as a bumbling hunchback jester of the Sultan’s court fatefully meets his doom in the hapless Tailor and his Wife’s home. Horrified, the Bacchanalian tailor passes the corpse off to the Jewish Physician, who stumbles over the body down the stairs in mortal terror and at the advice of his wife, lowers the corpse into the larders of a Muslim Reeve, who strikes him and mistakes him for a thief. The Reeve hurriedly dumps the Hunchback into an alley, who is struck down by a drunken Nazarene Broker. The Night Watchman takes him to the Governor and is to be hanged, while the Tailor, Reeve and Physician confess. The Sultan of China is amazed by the antics surrounding the death of his beloved Hunchback, and sentences all four to death. Not to accept a perilous fate, the Broker and the Reeve tell the tale of the two mysterious men they had met the night before, a prince without a Right Hand, and a Man with No Thumbs and the seductive and perilous treachery encountered by two beautiful and mysterious women.

Performers:
Tailor Zade Patterson Tailors Wife Cassandra Wladyslava Jewish Physician Tom Kerin Jewish Physician’s Wife, Emir’s Daughter Natalie Von Sistine Nazarene Broker Patrick Seymour Muslim Reeve, Chamberlain Kamran Nikhad Sultan of China Edwyn Rong Tiong
Night Watchman Rip Elliot Shaykh of Merchant, Gardener Sean Chiplock
Townsperson, Donkeyboy Rahul Kurup Trooper Reise Meyers Slave Girls Terah Kuykendall Wali, Poet Harim Retainer Stephanie Longshaw Eunuch, Courtier Richard Garner Scheherezade Margritte Governors Isaak Wells Daniel MacRae Princess of the Harim Caliph Head Eunuch, Eunuchs and Sworder Richard Priest  Tragic Man with No Right Hand -Neel Goodwin Tragic Prince with No Thumbs Warren Blackie Lady Zubaydah Karen Kahler
Music selections Arabian Sands licensed  by Derek and Brandon Fiechter Traditional  Pieces setuniman and xserra Sound effects from freesound.org
Opening and Ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Longshaw copyright 2015 all rights reserved.

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Episode 13: Nur al Din ali and His Son II

• October 5th, 2014

1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments Ja’afar continues the story as the hapless Hasan is whisked away from his bride by a winged Ifritah, and lands in Damascus in his nightgown amidst a jeering throng. He begins a new life for twelve years as a common cook, while his beloved Sitn al Husn gives birth to their son Ajib. The wasir ousts the Hunchbacked Horsegroom and begins his search for Hasan, as ajib looks for his true father with the help of his high-strung Eunuch, a dish of pomegranate grains unravels their destiny. Many twists and turns ensue as the Wasir tricks hasan, locks him in a chest, and carries him off to his bride Sitn al Husn. The tale concludes with Ja'afar's wager, a pardoned slave, and a restoration of the young tragic man who murdered his wife over the loss of the three golden apples.

Dustin Darr Ja’afar Anthony Abomeli - Caliph Margritte - Sharzade Kamran  Nikhad - Sultan of Cairo / Sultan of Bassorah Richard Garner Laikh the Eunuch Zade Patterson Wazir Warren Blackie – Badr al Din Hasan Karen Hayman - Sittn al Husn - Dunyazad Will Watt –Ajib the Wonderful Danielle McRae Grandmother Jhon Longshaw Ifrit Chris Thurman – HunchbackLee Turner -Townsperson, Viceroy, Retainer Robert Cossyleon  Cook Townsperson Stephanie Longshaw Poet Townsperson Rip Elliot - Townsperson / School Child Justin Grant - Townsperson School Monitor Faisal Yaqub - School Child

Sound effects from freesound.org: Music: Featuring Akrabu  “Dreaming” Astral Visions” Black Seas of Infinity ambient flute Selections from  “Wind of Change” “Middle Eastern Ambience” “Secrets” “Unknown” “Hidden” “Banghra” “Brazilian Drums” “Angry Tribe Human Sacrifice” “Jawari”  licensed by footagefirm ambient and drones from xserra at freesound.org.

Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Longshaw copyright 2014 all rights reserved. 

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Episode 12: Tale of Nur al Din and his Son

• February 24th, 2014

Ja’afar weaves the spell binding tale of destiny before the Caliph in the "Tale of Nur al Din  and his Son” 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments.” Two brothers Nur al Din and Shams al Din inherit their father’s kingdom, and promise to wed two sisters, and marry their unborn son and daughter together. The two are separated by a mighty quarrel and are driven to foreign lands. Fortune unfolds as the two marry the daughters of Wazsirs and give birth to Hasan and Sitn al Husn. Upon Nur al Din’s death, after leaving five behests, Hasan falls to the hands of fate in the desert, while Sitn al Husn is eyed by a wealthy Sultan. As Nur al Din consults astrologers to convince him of her betrothment to another, the Sultan in a rage promises her to a hideous hunchback.

Hasan is driven to the desolate cemetery at night stands before the tomb of his father weeping. A devilish Ifrit and an Ifritah  from Cairo and Damascus whisk him away to the wedding celebration of seven veils, and trick the half-witted hunchback out of the princess’s hand, while cowering in a privy. Hasan and Sitn al Husn spend one night in ecstasy before the winged Ifrits fly off and return him to whence he came. A carpet of blinding stars and blasing comets concludes part I of this episode.  

Cast: Jaafar  Dustin Darr,Scherezade - Margritte Shams al Din - Zade Patterson Nur al Din - Patrick Seymour Old Sultan /Sultan- Kamran Nikhad Jewish Merchant - Sean Chiplock Hasan - Warren Blackie Sitn al Husn - Karen Hayman Retainer - Lee Turner Servant / Townsperson - Kai Skrotszi Ifrit - John Longshaw Ifritah / Poet - Stephanie Longshaw, Hunchback - Chris Thurman Old Wazir /Muezzin -  Faisal Yakub Old Woman - Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard Tirewomen - Cassandra Wladyslava 

Sound effects from freesound.org

Music: / ambient selections by Black Seas of Infinity,  Classical Arabic arrangements by Neomoha, xserra and toam / freesound.org

Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" bfy Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Longshaw copyright 2013 all rights reserved.

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Episode 11: “Tale of the Three Apples

• July 29th, 2013

The haunting and spell-binding "Tale of the Three apples" 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments begins with the return of the Caliph and Ja'afar  who travel incognito about the kingdom. They happen upon an old fisherman carrying a basket upon his head. The Caliph is moved by pity for the old man, and offers him gold in exchange for the first thing that is dredged up, an old chest. A grisly discovery is made inside of a reed basket, containing the remains of young woman. The Caliph is enraged at this horrifying  sight, and demands that Ja'afar find the murderer in three days or to be hung with his kinsmen. Surprisingly an old man and a young man come forth confessing to the murder. The Caliph wished to hang them both, but instead is convinced by the young man, who recants a tragic and grisly tale of his young wife, whose only wish was three golden apples. The words of a lying and cunning slave, Jafa'ars own children, and the three apples of discord weave destiny into an ironic twist of fate that saves Ja'af'ars life and delights and astounds the capricious Caliph.

Cast: Caliph Anthony Abomeli, Ja'afar Dustin Daar, Fisherman Odell Atkinson, Chamberlain Lee Turner, Young Man Mitchell Lucas, Old Man Sean Chiplock, Slain Lady Avery smithhart, Gardener Kamran Nikhad, King's Minister Richard Garner, Rayhan Richard Priest, Jafa'ar's Son Justin Grant, Jafa'ar's Daughter Cassandra Wladyslava, Margritte Scheherazade

Sound effects from freesound.org Music: Black Seas of Infinity “Her Moon Bled the Crimson Serpent Stars” "Entrance to the Sabbath of our Fornications" licensed by Jhon Longshaw. "Herat 4" ERH / Sufi arrangement xserra at freesound.org  Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Davis copyright 2013 all rights reserved.

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Episode 10: “Porter of Baghdad Part V” The Eldest Lady’s Tale

• June 28th, 2013

The dramatic conclusion of the “Porter of and the Three Ladies of Baghdad” 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments. continues with Part V “ The Eldest Lady’s Tale and “The Portress’s Tale.” The Eldest Lady in the court of the Caliph begins to unravel the mystery of the two beaten black dogs. The wealthy widow tells a sad tale of her two twice-married sisters, whose profligate husbands left them destitute. She whisks them away on a mercantile sea voyage, only to find a deserted island, whose inhabitants are cursed as black stones. She finds the sole survivor, a young Prince praying in an alcove. Her happiness is short-lived, as her two sisters cast her and her new husband into the sea. On a desert island, she rescues a Serpent Jinniyah from a monstrous dragon. In return, the Serpent transforms the wicked sisters into black dogs, and bids her to beat them daily with one hundred lashes.

The Portress also reveals the secret of the lash scars on her back. She begins her tale as a young widow with the appearance of an old crone, who tricks her into accompanying her to a wedding feast, and soon finds that she is also to be the bride. The mysterious young husband bids her to look at no other man than him, and she tragically suffers the result of her infidelity when the old crone tricks her to kiss a young man at a bazaar. Narrowly escaping death by lashing, she flees to the house of her sister. As the story concludes, more mysteries are unveiled, with the climactic summoning of the Serpent Jinniyah in the Court of The Caliph.

Cast: Eldest lady Natalie Von Sistine, Portress Karen Kahler, Procuratrix Cassandra Wladyslava, Eldest sister Avery Smithhart, Younger sister Melissa Morgan, Sailor Town Crier/ Townsperson/ Jake Ries, Captain Miguel Moran, Bridegroom Faisal Yaqub, Magian King Kamran Nikhad, Serpent Jinnyah Kimlinh Tranh, Crone / Old woman Danielle McRae , Sister of Husband Karen Hayman, Husband Lee Turner, African Slave TJ from Newgrounds, Ja’afar Dustin Darr, Caliph Anthony Abomeli, Poet S. Davis, Scherezade Margritte, Dunyazad Karen Hayman King Shahryar Michael Valenzuela.

Sound effects and sitar arrangement from freesound.org

Music: Endvra “The Bull and the East Wind Blowing” licensed from Red Stream Records at redstream.org Black Seas of Infinity “As the Pythoness Strokes the Lovely Sword” licensed by Jhon Longshaw. Lapis Niger “Black Serpent Dance and “At the Throne of Melek Taus” by permission of artist. ”Sparse Egyptian Wasteland,” “Zimbabwe Drummer’s Circle,” “Tribal Drummer’s Paradise” licensed by footagefirm.com ”Angelic Voices” “Gloomy Wind” “Hovering Dream” , “Meditational Scapes” Deserted Space, Flying Circus, Reverse Universe” by Simon Stockhausen at patchpool.de Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Davis copyright 2013 all rights reserved.

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Episode 9: “Porter of Baghdad Part IV” Third Kalandar’s Tale

• April 30th, 2013

The exciting fourth part of the Porter of Baghdad 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments continues with the story of the Third Kalandar’s tale, who tells the spellbinding tale of the loss of his eye by his own folly. He begins his journey sailing to the islands as a young prince Ajib son of Khazib. The ship goes off course when a Titanic black mountain, and he follows a mysterious voice of Destiny urging him to defeat a horseman of brass upon the Magnet Mountain of Mystery. He boards a rowboat with a robotic row-man, and fulfills his fate. Upon the deserted island, he happens upon ships headed by an old merchant and White and Black slaves, who are carrying goods into a subterranean palace.To his surprise, a young man his own age lives in luxury beneath the ground. The two feast and play board games as the young prince learns that the young man is fated to die by his own hand before his birthday. To his dismay, the prophecy becomes fulfilled by fateful accident. Racked with grief, he enters a gleaming copper palace the lair of a strange cult of ten one-eyed men, led by a one-eyed Shaykh who holds a ram's skin and a tray of ten candles. The prince is is not allowed to join their sect, but instead is allowed his turn to fly on a Rukh into the clouds. He enters a Sky palace of 40 damsels in 40 rooms.  Although he is allowed to choose from the 40 beautiful maidens, he is never allowed to open the dreaded 40th door. The horrifying secret he eventually finds within hurls him back to Earth, as the one-eyed sect shuns him. The Prince dons a Kalendar's robes and is an outcast, wandering the Earth until he happens upon the other two Kalendars. This story is a prelude to the bizarre conclusion of "Porter of Baghdad," Part V"The Eldest Lady's Tale and Portress's tale.

Cast - Third Kalendar Warren Blackie First Kalandar Patrick Seymour, Second Kalandar Zade Patterson, Eldest Lady Natalie Von Sistine Rais, Lee Turner and Jake Ries Sailors, Odell Atkinson Captain, Faisal Yaqub Voice of Mystery, Mitchell Lucas, Scherezade Margritte,  Poet S. Davis Merchant's Son, Kai Skrotzi, Elderly Father, Odell Atkinson, Mameluke and Blackamoor Slaves Zeke, Court Astrologer  Kamran Nikhad, Sean Chiplock Monocular Cult Leader,  Miguel Moran, Kamran Nikhad, Monocular Cult Members Damsels of the Sky Palace, Melissa Morgan Karen Hayman , Dustin Darr Ja’afar, Anthony Abomeli Caliph

Music Selections: “Old Road Kevin” Mcleod “Ceremony” “Conspiring Cowards” “Another World” “Destination Goa” “Indian Summer” “Forsaken One”"Mantra" licensed by footage firm.com ambient selections"Dreamer," "Howling Doomchimes, “Lost Souls” “Spacious Land” from “Unknown Dimensions" and “The Other Side” by Simon Stockhausen at Patchpool.de Ambient drone ERH Klankbeeld Traditional Turkish selections from Xserra from freesound.org Sound effects from freesound.orgOpening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Davis copyright 2013 all rights reserved

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Episode 8: “Porter of Baghdad Part III” Second Kalandar’s Tale

• April 13th, 2013

The exciting third part of the Porter of Baghdad 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments. continues with the story of the Second Kalandar’s tale, who speaks of the loss of his eye and fall from fortune. He sets out as a scholarly young prince, who is waylaid by bandits in the desert. A kindly tailor takes him in and urges him to take the guise of woodcutter, as he is in hostile territory. One day in the woods he comes across a trap door, which hides a subterranean palace and a beautiful damsel who is wed to a horrifying Ifrit. Their love is ill-fated, as the young Kalendar foolishly summons the cruel Ifrit who tortures the maiden on a rack to confess to the affair. To save his life he tells the “Tale of the Envied and the Envier” to the Ifrit, who then changes him into an ape. After much seafaring and wandering, the writing and chess-playing mute ape becomes a foreign King’s favorite. In the court is the lovely Princess Sitn al Hussn, who challenges the Ifrit to a fateful wizard’s duel in order to restore the Kalendar to humanity. A tale of ill-fated love, revenge, and not for the faint of heart.

Cast - Second Kalandar Zade Patterson, Wild Arabs S. Davis Michael Mojica, Tailor Justin Grant, Damsel Avery Smithhart, Ifrit Isaak Wells, Scherezade Margritte, Envier / Kamran Nikhad, Envied/ Faisal Yaqub, Janns and King Ifrit of the Well Richard Priest, Sultan Mitchell Lucas, Sultan’s Daughter Mora Inomorata, Courtiers Kai Skrotzi, Lieges Miguel Moran, Sailors Faisal Yaqub Lee Turner Miguel Moran Kai Skrotzi Jake Ries, Cptain Jake Ries, King Richard Priest, Mameluke Official and Eunuch Kai Skrotzi, Princess Sittn al Hussn Daniel McCrae, First Kalandar Patrick Seymour, Third Kalandar Warren Blackie, Eldest Lady Natalie Von Sistine

Music -“Tabuk” Kevin McLeod Horror ambience “Klankbeeld’ “Void Pad” DJ Chronos from freesound.org “Middle Eastern ambience”“Mysterious Indian Tribal Theme”“Indian Horror Music”“North Indian Delay”“Jawari” “The Temple of Baal” “Angry Tribe Human Sacrifice Theme” licensed by footage firm.com Sound effects from freesound.org Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio Mixed and Produced by S. Davis copyright 2013 all rights reserved

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Episode 7: “Porter of Baghdad Part II” First Kalandar’s Tale

• March 16th, 2013

The second part of the Porter of Baghdad 1001 Arabian nights Audio Drama from Sir Richard Burton's timeless classic "Arabian Nights Entertainments. continues with the story of the First Kalandar’s tale, who speaks of the mystery of his one eye. The tale begins by a plot of his cousin and a mysterious richly woman to hide deep inside the sepulchers of the city in a hidden crypt. The first Kalandar is horrified that he cannot remember the entrance to the sepulcher. As he falls foul to his a uncle’s plot and loses his kingdom, the father of his cousin comes forward and descends down into the tomb to reveal a horrifying discovery.

Cast: Scherezade Margritte First Kalandar Patrick Seymour Second Kalandar Zade Patterson Third Kalandar Warren Blackie Wicked Cousin Kamran Nikhad Justin Grant Servant Wicked Uncle Michael Mojica Headsman Sworder Lee Turner  Eunuch Sean Chiplock Elderly Father TJ Eldest Lady Natalie Von Sistine

Music:

“Ibn al Noor” Kevin McLeodAmbient selections from Free Sound. OrgSound effects from freesound.org Opening and ending credits theme / "Enter in" Steve Urwin and "Arabian Adventures" by Music Bakery Licensed by Audiosparx.com Desert Gems Audio copyright 2013 all rights reserved

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