ORSON WELLES – “THIS IS ORSON WELLES”
The sound of Orson Welles’ voice is an enrapturous thing. It got even more captivating when he was drunk.
Most of the recorded evidence of his voice during the last few decades of his life was probably laid down to tape when he was sauced. While I can’t be definitely sure that that’s the case here, I’ll give it an educated guess that it is.
This here’s a group of autobiographical interviews Welles laid down sometime in the ’70s, issued as a companion to the Peter Bogdanovich book of the same name.