this site presents supplemental material for the paper: 

Blevins, Grawunder (2009). *KL > TL sound change in Germanic and elsewhere: Descriptions, explanations, and implications. Linguistic Typology, 13(2), 267–303. link 

audio examples 

addtional audio samples (internet sources)

additional audio samples from the media

palatographic evidence

acoustic analysis of kl vs. tl onset clusters

audio examples for KL-clusters:

samples of KL-cluster realisations of two speakers of German
orthography English *KL/TL-dialect (subject TG) KL-dialect (subject SG)
klammern to clamp TL_klammern.wav KL_klammern.wav
klammerte clamped TL_klammerte.wav KL_klammerte.wav
geklammert had clamped TL_geklammert.wav KL_geklammert.wav
klimpern to clatter TL_klimpern.wav KL_klimpern.wav
klimperte clattered TL_klimperte.wav KL_klimperte.wav
geklimpert had clattered TL_geklimpert.wav KL_geklimpert.wav



*KL/TL-cluster realisation within a speaker
  English subject TG (Erzgebirge) subject NN (Chemnitz aka Karl-Marx-Stadt)
glasklar cristal clear  TG_glasklar.wav  
anklagen to arraign, to accuse  TG_anklagen.wav  
ankleben  to paste  TG_ankleben.wav  



Palatographic photos of two separate utterances of the word <Klo> ('toilet') [tlo]. Unfortunately the subject TG could not tolerate to open the mouth any further so that the 'uvular ridge' (arcus palatoglossus) was not visible.

subject   1 2
TG "Klo" klo1 klo2
TG "Klee" TG klee 1 TG klee 2
CW "Klo"
CW "Klee"