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"Ages of Man - Readings From Shakespeare"
   was released by   
John Gielgud
1980 - Best Spoken Word Album
"The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream"
   was released by   
Barack Obama
2008 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Charles Kuralt's Spring"
   was released by   
Charles Kuralt
1998 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Citizen Kane"
   was released by   
Orson Welles
1979 - Best Spoken Word Album
"The Civil War"
   was released by   
Ken Burns
1992 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Copland: A Lincoln Portrait"
   was released by   
William Warfield
1984 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Desiderata"
   was released by   
Les Crane
1972 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Donovan's Brain"
   was released by   
Orson Welles
1982 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Dreams from My Father"
   was released by   
Barack Obama
2006 - Best Spoken Word Album
"FDR Speaks"
   was released by   
Robert Bialek
1961 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Foxbar Marathons"
   was released by   
Kenny Leckie
1978 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Gallant Men"
   was released by   
Everett Dirksen
1968 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Gertrude Stein, Gertrude Stein"
   was released by   
Pat Carroll
1981 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Get in the Van"
   was released by   
Henry Rollins
1995 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Give 'Em Hell Harry"
   was released by   
James Whitmore
1976 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Good Evening"
   was released by   
Peter Cook & Dudley Moore
1975 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Gracie - A Love Story"
   was released by   
George Burns
1991 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Great American Documents"
   was released by   
Helen Hayes, Henry Fonda, James Earl Jones & Orson Welles
1976 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Humor in Music"
   was released by   
Leonard Bernstein
1962 - Best Spoken Word Album
"In This Life Together"
   was released by   
Ossie Davis & Ruby Dee
2007 - Best Spoken Word Album
"It's Always Something"
   was released by   
Gildna Radner
1990 - Best Spoken Word Album
"It Takes a Village"
   was released by   
Hillary Rodham Clinton
1997 - Best Spoken Word Album
"John F. Kennedy - As We Remember Him"
   was released by   
Goddard Lieberson
1966 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Jonathan Livingston Seagull"
   was released by   
Richard Harris
1974 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Lake Wobegon Days"
   was released by   
Garrison Keillor
1988 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Lenny"
   was released by   
Bruce Botnick
1973 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them"
   was released by   
Al Franken
2004 - Best Spoken Word Album
"A Lincoln Portrait"
   was released by   
Carl Sandburg
1960 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Lonesome Cities"
   was released by   
Rod McKuen
1969 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Martin Luther King, Jr."
   was released by   
LeVar Burton
2000 - Best Spoken Word Album
"The Measure of a Man"
   was released by   
Sidney Poitier
2001 - Best Spoken Word Album
"My Life"
   was released by   
Bill Clinton
2005 - Best Spoken Word Album
"On the Pulse of Morning"
   was released by   
Maya Angelou
1994 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis"
   was released by   
Jimmy Carner
2007 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Phenomenal Woman"
   was released by   
Maya Angelou
1996 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones"
   was released by   
Quincy Jones
2002 - Best Spoken Word Album
"A Reporter Remembers, Vol 1. The War Years"
   was released by   
Edward R. Murrow
1967 - Best Spoken Word Album
"A Song Flung Up to Heaven"
   was released by   
Maya Angelou
2003 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Speech by Rev. Jesse Jackson"
   was released by   
Jesse Jackson
1989 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Still Me"
   was released by   
Christopher Reeve
1999 - Best Spoken Word Album
"The Story-Teller"
   was released by   
Charles Laughton
1963 - Best Spoken Word Album
"We Love You Call Collect"
   was released by   
Art & Diane Linkletter
1970 - Best Spoken Word Album
"What You Can Do to Avoid AIDS"
   was released by   
Earvin Johnson
1993 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"
   was released by   
George Grizzard & Melinda Dillon
1964 - Best Spoken Word Album
"Why I Oppose the War in Vietnam"
   was released by   
Martin Luther King, Jr.
1971 - Best Spoken Word Album
"The Words of Gandhi"
   was released by   
Ben Kingsley
1985 - Best Spoken Word Album


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