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Pete Barbutti - Very Funny Side Of Pete Barbutti 1966

On: Thursday, August 30, 2012

Pete Barbutti
Birth Name
Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA
May 04 1934 -
Official Site


01 Where Are You From, Sir? 4:35
02 Fat Chance 5:40
03 Bullfight 3:30

04 Kordeen School 5:45
05 Communication 4:55
06 Now and Then 5:20

 
 
 
 
 
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Bill Hicks - Egham CD 1 & 2 1992

On: Sunday, August 19, 2012

Bill Hicks
William Melvin Hicks
Dec 16 1961 - Feb 26 1994 age 32

01 Fascists 1 Humans Nothing
02 Comedy Gold
03 That's Artillery
04 We Don't Drink Ice
05 Bill Doesn't Like Snooker
06 The Hallmark Of Art
07 We Know She's Not A Good Actre
08 The New Living Bible
09 Not A Physics Major
10 Found My Brand
11 Your Denial Is Beneath You
12 You'll Never Get Us, Coppers
13 Really Special Cows
14 We Lost A Moron
15 I Love America
16 We Hated Them
17 A Comedy Dead End
18 There's A Monster In Every Loch
19 Sex Phone Lines
20 The Royal College Of Something
21 Crude Question
22 Am I In Your Way
23 Sex Kittens
24 Back To The Clinic






Andy Griffith - Wit & Wisdom Of Andy Griffith 1998

On: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Andy Griffith
Andy Samuel Griffith
Jun 01 1926 - Jul 03 2012 age 86
Official Site

I hadn't heard this since I was but a youth and I wasn't ready to hear it when a local station played What It Was, Was Football on the radio while I tried to drive across Seattle in a rental car. If the essential element of comedy is truth, then Andy Griffith made one for the ages when he wrote this sketch. The Simple Soul trying to understand a game such as football and unashamedly relaying his thoughts is as pure and funny a story as I have ever heard... I wish he was still doing this kind of comedy today... I did actually manage to stay on the road...Barely. Source: Amazon

01 What It Was, Was Football (Parts 1 And 2)

02 Conversation With A Mule
03 The Preacher And The Bear
04 Andy And Cleopatra
05 Romeo & Juliet (Parts 1 & 2)
06 The Discovery Of America
07 Love Poems: To The Lovely Juanita Beasley
08 Swan Lake
09 Opera Carmen
10 Silhouettes




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Beyond The Fringe - Beyond The Fringe OBC 1962 (UK)

On: Sunday, August 12, 2012

01 Bollard
02 The Sadder And Wiser Beaver
03 Deutscher Chansons
04 Take A Pew
05 Aftermyth Of War
06 Sitting On The Bench
07 And The Same To You
08 Portrait From Memory
09 So That's The Way You Like It
10 The End Of The World

Archie Campbell - Best Of Archie Campbell 1970

On: Friday, August 10, 2012

Archie Campbell
Birth name
Bulls Gap, Tennessee, USA
Nov 07 1914  - Aug 29 1987 age 72
Official Webpage

01 The Cockfight
02 Golf Golf Golf
03 Hockry Here Tonight
04 Pfft You Were Gone
05 Rindercella
06 Beeping Sleauty
07 The Men In My Little Girls Life
08 Trouble In Amen Corner
09 Fall Away
10 The Dark End Of The Street
11 Warm And Tender Love




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George Carlin - Lexington Opera House 2003

On: Monday, August 6, 2012

George Carlin
George Denis Patrick Carlin
New York, New York USA
May 12 1937 - Jun 22 2008 age 71
Official Site
Life Timeline

"I saw him at the Lexington Opera House in 1996. It was really cool; not only was it George Carlin, but he was working on bits, and would stop talking and say, "Okay, that's as far as I've gotten with that piece." And then move on to something else. No one minded at all, because, well it was George Carlin and for a little quick moment, we were all part of his creative process. As a child, I wanted to be a stand-up comedienne. Mr. Carlin was one of the reasons why. Joan Rivers is why I changed my mind." Yahoo group member comment. 

01 - 18 Unnamed tracks 1hr 16m

 
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Brother Dave Gardner - Out Front 1970

On: Saturday, August 4, 2012

Dave Gardner
David Gardner
aka Brother Dave Gardner
Jackson, Tennessee USA
Jun 11 1926 - Sep 22 1983 age 66

There are few (if any) comedians on par with "Brother" Dave Gardner. His countrified logic and stubbornly Southern point of view spawned a successful schtick beginning in the late '50s, prompting several Top Ten long-players as well as numerous appearances on the concurrent talk and variety TV circuit. Gardner's preaching style of delivery is subversively coupled with his razor-sharp wit and equally well-honed double entendres. By the time of this 1969 set at Jones Hall for the Performing Arts in Houston, Texas, Gardner's popularity had all but ceased, thanks in part to a minor brush with the law earlier in the decade. Likewise, his embrace of the late-'60s counterculture would isolate much of his oddly conservative audience base. As evidenced by the spirited and manic-paced routines featured on Out Front, the comedian hadn't altered his liberal ideologies in the least. If anything, the changing times allowed Gardner a sense of added freedom. Within the first few minutes, he references then Alabama Governor George Wallace as "our f├╝hrer," before commenting "if God ran [for President] I believe he'd only carry five states...and they'd all be in the South!" He cleverly speaks to the civil unrest throughout the country and the Vietnam War at the same time, proudly proclaiming he is for minorities. While the two subjects might seem incongruous, Gardner clarifies his statement, saying "why certainly I'm for them [sic] minorities...the armed forces and the police." He stays keenly aware of the growing substance abuse epidemic, condemning hard narcotics and sternly admonishing "that the only thing left to do after that is to go play suicide." For enthusiasts familiar with his former work, Gardner revives the legendary "Motorcycle Story," augmenting the tale with new twists and a freshness belying the fact that the routine is over a decade old. He brings a spark and spontaneity recalling the quick thinking and multi-strata humor of Lord Buckley. There are also a few musical numbers thrown in, including a chorus or two of "White Silver Sands," a tune Gardner took to the pop Top 20 back in 1957.


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02 Side 2 

 
Stand-up with a Southern bent & not PC at all! Plus Music
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Live In Concert Volume 1 1983 (VIDEO)
Live In Concert Volume 2 1983 (VIDEO)
Coward At The Alamo b/w You Are My Love (45) 1960
Hop Along Rock b/w All By Myself (45) 1958


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