We are proud to present: The Liver Story, spoken by Thomas Edison.
The Liver Story was recorded in the Edison Laboratory, in Orange, New Jersey, in 1906 (or thereabouts – there is some dispute about the exact date). Edison loved to entertain his staff by telling jokes, and this one was recorded by Walter Miller, but never intended for release to the public. We think it is a fitting acknowledgment of the great man. We hope you like the special packaging. The record comes with a record slip that includes a transcription of the recording, plus another one of his stories as a bonus. We thank Norman Bruderhofer for the label design.
The record comes with a specially labelled box and an inclusion slip.