Escape's "The Voyages of Sinbad" is an abbreviated version of the tales of "The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor" taken from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights. More specifically, it is taken from the 1885 English translation, The Book of Thousand Nights and a Night: A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments by Sir Richard F. Burton. Volume 6 of Burton's 10 volume work covers the Sinbad stories. If you are interested, the text is available online at www.wollamshram.ca.
Escape's version retains most of the original introduction to the story, although the woman narrating isn't identified as Scheherazade. The story is set in Baghdad, where a poor man named Sinbad the Porter stops to admire the stately home of Sinbad the Sailor. He is invited inside, and Sinbad the Sailor then tells his guest of his adventures at sea. Escape's version dramatizes Sinbad's fourth voyage, wherein he is buried alive, and adds part of of his fifth voyage, wherein he is enslaved by the Old Man of the Sea.
The end differs from the original in that Sinbad the Sailor generously gives the less fortunate Sinbad a place in his home and relieves his burden of poverty.
The sound quality of this recording makes it difficult to hear some of the dialogue.
(Image of Scheherazade from Wikimedia Commons)