Recovery Speakers

Recovery Speakers


This Recovery Speakers smartphone app is being made available to help people in recovery find quality speaker talks from the past, and the present. The Recovery Speakers audio library formerly “The Midwest Tape Library” is the largest known historic Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) & Al-Anon audio library ever assembled.

The original library consisted of 3,500 reel-to-reel recordings of members who have shared their experience, strength, and hope at AA conventions, conferences, and Roundup’s dating back to the 1940s. We have invested countless hours preserving the old reels and converting many of them into the digital format that you can now enjoy with this app.

This project has required considerable money and our goal is to digitize the remaining 3,000 reel-to-reel tapes with your support. We pray that this project can one day become self-supporting through the contributions of the users. We have decided to set a price of .99 per download in hopes that this will help raise those needed funds.

The App is free and we will always make a limited number of talks available for those who are unable to purchase. We will also continue to make a limited selection of Speaker talks available on our website: www.recoveryspeakers.org

The library has expanded and we are now able to offer talks from more recent years. Because the quality of some of the older talks is poor, we ask that you please accept our apology as we continue to work at enhancing the quality and fixing problems whenever possible.

If you have a comment, concern, or suggestion, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]
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About Recovery Speakers
This Recovery Speakers smartphone app is being made available to help people in recovery find quality speaker talks from the past, and the present. The Recovery Speakers audio library formerly “The Midwest Tape Library” is the largest known historic Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) & Al-Anon audio library ever assembled.

The original library consisted of 3,500 reel-to-reel recordings of members who have shared their experience, strength, and hope at AA conventions, conferences, and Roundup’s dating back to the 1940s. We have invested countless hours preserving the old reels and converting many of them into the digital format that you can now enjoy with this app.

This project has required considerable money and our goal is to digitize the remaining 3,000 reel-to-reel tapes with your support. We pray that this project can one day become self-supporting through the contributions of the users. We have decided to set a price of .99 per download in hopes that this will help raise those needed funds.

The App is free and we will always make a limited number of talks available for those who are unable to purchase. We will also continue to make a limited selection of Speaker talks available on our website: www.recoveryspeakers.org

The library has expanded and we are now able to offer talks from more recent years. Because the quality of some of the older talks is poor, we ask that you please accept our apology as we continue to work at enhancing the quality and fixing problems whenever possible.

If you have a comment, concern, or suggestion, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

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A Google User
Nov 27, 2014
Great speakers There are some real gems here, a lot is free. I attempted to purchase one, my payment appeared to go through, however when I attempt to play the app freezes/stops. There doesn't appear to be any help menu/instructions /settings nothing to tinker with. Therefore it seems that you have to rely upon a response from the developer. I will see how that goes. Definitely worth downloading the app check your purchases though make sure they load correcly.
A Google User
Oct 14, 2014
Stupid I am looking for something that talks to me
A Google User
Nov 20, 2013
Everything costs Go to other sites same speakers free
A Google User
Nov 12, 2013
7th Tradition... ...speaks to being self-supporting, that requires accepting payment for services rendered. I am shocked by some of the negativity expressed in these comments for having to share in the expense of technology, time, and talent it takes to make this service available. Regardless of where any share of the.$.99 goes, this is a small price to pay for the convenience and recovery this app has to offer; for it is not my business nor my right to judge or question the motives or actions of the developer. Thank you.
A Google User
Oct 19, 2013
Awesome! I am so grateful that there are individuals dedicated to this program that are willing to spend their own time and considerable amounts of money to make this information available to everyone!