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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 341 – Colleen Fischer on Robin and Doud – Lyndon Johnson’s Lonely Hearts Club Band

I came across one of Colleen’s articles about vinyl comedy and found out later that she’s fairly new to the world of comedy albums, which made me more intrigued as to what kept her hooked.  She was kind enough to sit down and speak with me about a bargain find to discuss the record, her

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 340 – Adam Cayton-Holland on Adam Cayton-Holland Performs His Signature Bits

We’ve only talked about our guest’s most recent album twice total, and this is the first time for vinyl.  We talk about Adam’s fantastic album and about his entire history with comedy, and get in pretty deep on comedy with intent.

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Guest: Adam Cay

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 339 – Andre Jacquemin – The History of Monty Python, Part 1 – Monty Python’s Previous Record

Andre Jacquemin returns in the first part of a series: The History of Monty Python.  You’ve heard me talk with Phil Proctor and Taylor Jessen in a sibling series, The History of The Firesign Theatre, where we discuss just that, from the perspective of the making of each album.  The difference h

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 338 – Jennifer Candy on Monty Python Sings

Jennifer Candy stops by to talk a mutual favorite, Monty Python Sings!

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Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Jennifer Candy

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Epiosode 337 – Laurence Brown on Billy Connolly – Get Right Intae Him

Fellow English transplant Laurence Brown has made a name on YouTube talking about, well, being an English transplant in the US.  This week, we talk our mutual love of Billy Connolly.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 336 – Katie Mears on Will Rogers

Katie Mears returns to talk about a less-conventional comedy album, at least compared to our usual fare.  We’re also briefly visited by her grandmother, who recalls what a big part of culture Will Rogers was when she was a kid.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 335 – Graham Clark on The Smothers Brothers at The Purple Onion

Graham is the other half of my favorite podcast, and he agreed to talk about one of my favorite albums of all time.  We talk about why certain types of comedy work the way they do, as well as Graham’s delight at getting to open for the Brothers themselves.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 334 – Fran Brill on An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May

She’s an absolute legend.  Fran Brill was there in the early Henson days and has been acting in every conceivable medium since before then, trying her hand at everything.  She picked a fantastic album to discuss, as well.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 333 – Jimmy Pardo on Comic Relief 1986

Jimmy Pardo returns!  This time, we talk about a mixed bag, at best, of some of the most existent comic acts of the mid-1980s.

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Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Jimmy Par

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 332 – Carl Tart on Redd Foxx – Wild Party

Carl is one of the funniest improvisers I’ve ever seen. This week, he gives me the opportunity to dive a little deeper into the world of Redd Foxx.  We talk about stand-up, improv, being a child actor, and what it took to finally suck him back into comedy as an adult.

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