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Credibility Gap - Something For Mary Mono & Stereo (45) 1973

On: Friday, May 23, 2014

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The Credibility Gap were the unsung heroes among 70s comedy troupes. Starting as a group of newsmen doing humorous commentary for the Los Angeles AM rock radio station KRLA in the late 1960s, as the more news-oriented members departed they were replaced by comedians. By 1971 the classic lineup of Richard Beebe, David L. Lander, Michael McKean, and Harry Shearer had coalesced. Between broadcasts that year they recorded the album "Woodschtick and More" for Capitol Records. Drawing on the coincidence of Woodstock's having taken place in the Catskills, the album reimagines the rock festival as a Borsch Belt tummlers' convention. It was all a little too "inside" showbiz for the folks at 'Rolling Stone' whose negative review served as the album's kiss of death. Though the album is admittedly somewhat uneven, it includes some very funny bits. ~WFMU

01  Something For Mary  4:37
  • Wha Happen, Girl?
  • Freedom Is a Four-Letter Word
  • Good Mornin', Joseph
  • Intermezzo
  • Outermezzo: Wise Up, People
  • Nazareth Nocturne

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