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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 266 – Andrew Husband on Mitch Hedberg – Do You Believe in Gosh?

Andrew Husband does some amazing comedy writing and has been a big booster of this show.  Nothing like returning to talk Hedberg, as well as numerous other comedy things.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Andrew Husband

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Dispatches from Fort Awesome Episode 68 – S3E23 – Mistake

Kiss?

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 265 – Brian Huskey on Monty Python and Eddie Murphy

Brian Huskey is too much fun.  He flew in on his massive private jet to talk about two albums which mean different things to him and to his comedy.  We also talk about the changing landscape of comedy distribution and fandom, but it’s actually kinda fun.  His special Mr. Neighbor’s House 2 com

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Dispatches from Fort Awesome Episode 67 – S3E22 – The Real Deal

Rome wasn’t burnt in a day, Jimmy.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 264 – J. Keith van Straaten on An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer

J. Keith has a special place for Tom Lehrer in his heart.  And in his life.  He interviewed Lehrer as a very young man, and we get into his entire history with Lehrer and his work.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: J. Keith van Straaten

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Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!”

Legendary actor Paul Dooley (Sixteen Candles, Breaking Away, Popeye) released the album Booked Solid! in 1961, and it hasn’t been re-released until today.

With cover art and audio restored by master archivist Taylor Jessen (archivist for The Firesign Theatre), Dooley’s only stand-up album, featuring his “reading” from classic “books” like The Subway Rule Book and Thermodynamics for Swinging Lovers, is Celery Sound’s first stand-up release, and we couldn’t be prouder.

A physical release is also planned, but we wanted you to have access to the digital version as soon as possible.

Buy the album in our shop

Visit Paul Dooley on Twitter

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Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!”

Legendary actor Paul Dooley (Sixteen Candles, Breaking Away, Popeye) released the album Booked Solid! in 1961, and it hasn’t been re-released until today.

With cover art and audio restored by master archivist Taylor Jessen (archivist for The Firesign Theatre), Dooley’s only stand-up album, featuring his “reading” from classic “books” like The Subway Rule Book and Thermodynamics for Swinging Lovers, is Celery Sound’s first stand-up release, and we couldn’t be prouder.

A physical release is also planned, but we wanted you to have access to the digital version as soon as possible.

Buy the album in our shop

Visit Paul Dooley on Twitter

View Original Post Here: http://bit.ly/2xOtoDI

(via Celery Sound Records)

Celery Sound Records – Re-Introducing Paul Dooley’s 1961 album “Booked Solid!” was originally published on StolenDress Entertainment