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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 269 Video Version– The History of Firesign, Part 5 – I Think We’re All Bozos on This Bus

This episode was a multi-cam failed experiment, where one camera synced perfectly with the audio and the other two decided not to, hence the crazy delay in release.  Still!  Please enjoy the video version of the audio episode originally found here.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 269 Video Version– The History of Firesign, Part 5 – I Think We’re All Bozos on This Bus was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 292 – David Morgan on Monty Python’s Previous Record

This week we talk with David Morgan, author of Monty Python Speaks, a new version of which was released this week.  He’s seen Python live and found himself fortunate enough to write about them for a while now, and wanted to talk about the wonderful Previous Record.

Host: Jason Kla

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 291 – Family Albums Episode 6 – Finding Dick Davy

This episode was, essentially, three years in the making.  Three years ago Kliph Nesteroff introduced me to Dick Davy and explained that no one knew who he really was or what had happened to him.  I decided, for some reason, that I’d do the legwork and find out.  This is the first episode we

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 291 – Family Albums Episode 6 – Finding Dick Davy was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

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 290 – Family Albums Episode 5 – Mitch Myers on Shel Silverstein – Inside Folk Songs was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

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 289 – Family Albums Episode 4 – Lawrence T. Dawson and Belle Harrell on Mr. Silver Spitzdawson was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment

Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 273 – Scott White on Nigel Planer – Neil’s Heavy Concept Album

We’ve only lost a few episodes over almost 300 shows, but we’ve never scrapped one.  Scott White kindly came back after his first, unaired appearance in which there was some massive confusion on the part of your host and we had a great talk about an album I now love.  Enjoy.

Host: Jason Kl

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 272 – Family Albums Episode 3 – Sheila Meader Stratton on Vaughn Meader

The third installment in the Family Albums mini-series is a special one, and one I’ve wanted to do for a long time.  Sheila Meader Stratton met Vaughn Meader, famous for his JFK impression and the blockbuster album The First Family, after his career had changed courses.  She sits down to talk t

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 272 – Family Albums Episode 3 – Sheila Meader Stratton on Vaughn Meader was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment