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AUDIOTAPES NOW AVAILABLE

 

FROM NATIVE AMERICAN STORYTELLER
FRED BRADLEY

 

 

Fred Bradley is perhaps one of the best Native American storytellers in the nation.  From the moment he speaks the first word, his audience is mesmerized.  His spell is broken only when he leaves the stage.  Truly, few storytellers possess the charm and appeal that Fred Bradley enjoys.    People of all ages are captivated by his smooth voice, pleasant smile, and friendly personality and leave his presence  with the sense of having actually traveled with the storyteller to "the long-ago time, when the animal brothers could talk." 

As anyone who has heard him speak will tell you, the only downside to Bradley's performance is that it has to end.  The upside is that anyone who attends his speaking engagements can, in a sense, take Bradley and his stories home via one or more of his three audiotapes: 

 

Brother!  I Have Spoken
The Warriors Speak
As the Shadows Dance

 

Now, this treasury of authentic Native American stories and myths, told as only Fred Bradley can tell them, is available by mail through this exclusive offer.

Audiotapes are available individually or as a set.

 

  At only $10 per tape, each is a wonderful investment for those who enjoy authentic Native American lore conveyed in the Native American oral tradition by a true master and keeper of that tradition.  These tapes are sure to become collectors' items, and only Fred Bradley knows how much longer they will be available.

 

 

DON'T HESITATE.  ORDER THE ENTIRE SET TODAY. YOU WON'T FIND A BETTER VALUE. THESE TAPES ARE NOT AVAILABLE IN STORES.

 

 

 

 

OTHER FRED BRADLEY TAPES AVAILABLE:

 

THE WARRIORS SPEAK
BROTHER!  I HAVE SPOKEN

 

Only $10 eachComplete 3-volume set:  $30.00
(TN residents add 8.75 % sales tax)

 

  Make Money Order Payable to:

Fred Bradley
P. O. Box 1496
Newport, TN  37822-1496

No CODs, please.

 

 

For further ordering information, or for information about Mr. Bradley's speaking schedule, write to the above address, or e-mail him at: bradley@planetc.com

This advertisement is published by SENAA at no charge as a public service to promote public awareness of and help preserve the history, culture, heritage, and oral tradition of all North American indigenous people.

 

 

 

 

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