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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 290 – Family Albums Episode 5 – Mitch Myers on Shel Silverstein – Inside Folk Songs

Mitch Myers is not only the archivist for the Shel Silverstein archive, but he is also Shel’s nephew.  This week we talk about a great album filled with irony and delightful comedy songs.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Mitch Myers

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 289 – Family Albums Episode 4 – Lawrence T. Dawson and Belle Harrell on Mr. Silver Spitzdawson

I discovered a vanity press album not long ago, with a weird anthropomorphic dog on it, called Mr. *Silver* Spitzdawson.  I bought it, and I soon after bought the follow-up.  They are weird, rambly and filled with the joy of two guys who really like making stuff up and making each other laugh –

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 288 – Nigel Planer

You might know Nigel Planer as Neil from The Young Ones, or you might have seen him in a million other things, or heard him discussed on this very podcast, not long ago.  He sat down (I assume) to talk to me about his career, helping launch stand-up in the UK, and his influences.

Host: Jason K

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 287 – Nell Scovell on An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer

Nell Scovell has written a bit of everything and has a great book out now called “Just the Funny Parts.”  We had fun talk about Tom Lehrer.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Nell Scovell

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An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer on Discogs

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 286 – Josh Clark on Steve Martin – A Wild and Crazy Guy

Josh Clark co-hosts the wonderful Stuff You Should Know podcast and also has a new podcast, The End of the World with Josh Clark.  He wanted to talk about A Wild and Crazy Guy but for a NEW reason – he’d never heard it before!  I love when people take chances, and this was a blas

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 286 – Josh Clark on Steve Martin – A Wild and Crazy Guy was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 285 – Allison Dore on The Best of Spike Jones

Allison Dore does comedy, does radio, and now does owning a female-centric comedy record label, Howl and Roar Records.  This week we talk Spike Jones and get DEEP into Canadian Content.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Allison Dore

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The Best of Spi

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 284 – Phil Rosenthal on The Incomplete Works Of Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks

I grew up on shows like Everybody Loves Raymond and Phil Rosenthal grew up listening to easily too much comedy on vinyl.  It’s hard to argue with the results, because Phil creates shows and stars in them – Somebody Feed Phil is my favorite travel show.  We talk Carl Reiner, Mel Brooks, and I di

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 284 – Phil Rosenthal on The Incomplete Works Of Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment