Dr. Bob's last major talk in Detroit, MI. Dec. 1948, this had a pretty nasty hum in the background, I managed to get most of that out. Considering the year it was recorded, once the hum was removed its a pretty good recording, it ends a little abruptly.
North Oakland AA, first speaker is BobaTunday for 10 min followed by the main speaker, Dorothy (sober in 2002)
Frank S, one of the first 100 members of AA, 44 years sober at the time of this speak. No info about where or when this was recorded. It is an older recording and I removed as much background noise as I could, it sounds a little hollow but it is listenable.
Mary M telling her story in 2013, she got sober in 1964, keep her away from your guns!
Chuck C speaking for about 50 min at Clancy I 20th AA birthday at the pacific group, followed by Clancy speaking for a few min. Recorded in 1978.
Yolanda V. telling her story at SNL Friday night speaker mtg. San Jose in 2002, she was 9+ years sober at the time of her speak.
You need to be #1 in your program!
Debbie telling her story at the Netherlands Roundup 2014
Pete M from Union NJ talking about steps 1-7 in 2006, this is recorded over 2 evenings and just over 2.5 hours long.
We get to a place called recovery.
Doug telling his story at the Limpopo AA Rally South Africa Nov. 2012
A chair and three members sharing on the topic of Young People in AA
Brendan C from Arizona - 14 years
Jacqueline M from California - 2 years
Jenn H from New York - 11 years
North Oakland AA: Blair is the 10 min speaker followed by Anthony doing a 30 min speak from Dec 2016
Kevin telling his story at Sunday Night Speakers in Seattle on 4.23.17
The doctor said, dont drink so much!
Jennifer H. speaking on the topic of Single and Sober at the Singles in Sobriety Conference, Oklahoma in2002. She is very funny and carries a great message.
Moses Y an Amish elder who got sober in 1947 telling his story in Lexington Ky in 1967
How to enjoy life without a bottle!
Joyce speaking at A Women's Perspective in Bernardsville, NJ 2004 on the chapter in the big book: To Wives
This ends a little abruptly.