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Jerry Clower - More Good 'Uns 1981

On: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Jerry Clower
Howard Gerald Clower
Liberty, Mississippi USA
Sep 28 1926 – Aug 24 1998 age 71

01 The Maddest Man I Ever Saw 3:21
02 The Dog and the Bear 2:44
03 Holding Pattern 2:29
04 Coon Huntin' With a Wheel Barrow 1:48
05 The Fish and the Edsel 1:48
06 The Inventory 2:19
07 Computer Pilot 1:35
08 Dove Huntin' 3:17
09 Mr. Doogah 1:54
10 Hi-Ball and the Coon 3:16
11 The Christian Bear 1:20
12 Southern Humor 3:12
13 The Hitch Hiker 1:48
14 Clovis' Suit 1:55
15 Two Burnt Ears 2:03
16 The Wealthy Texan 1:41
17 You're on My List 2:41

Country Storytellin' Humor
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Thanks Bob H!
His other albums on this blog are "tagged" at the bottom of this post
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 2
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 4
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 5
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 11
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 12
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 14
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume16
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume17
Classic Clower 1988
Spend An Hour With Clower 1993
Live Volume 1 VIDEO 1990
Live Volume 2 VIDEO 1990
On Stage With Jerry Clower VIDEO 1993
Clower Power VIDEO 2006
Best Of Jerry Clower Volume 2
Collector's Edition 2008
Icon 2011
Ultimate Collection


Eddie Lawrence - The (Side)Split(ing) Personality Of Eddie Lawrence 1957

On: Sunday, July 27, 2014

Eddie Lawrence
Lawrence Eisler 
aka The Old Philosopher
Brooklyn, New York, USA
Mar 02 1919 - Mar 25 2014 age 95
Official Site

01 Suburban Philosopher
02 Panhandling On Madison Avenue
03 Goldenboig
04 Heckle, Freckle, And Hide
05 Foreign Movies'
06 Play The Music, Sol Side

07 We Sure Had Fun
08 Fix That Set
09 The Unbreakables
10 Travel Tips
11 Yangtse-la
12 Visitor From Inner Space

Humourous Bits
Coral CRL-57155
His other albums are "tagged" at the bottom of this posts
Space Philosopher (45) 1958
German Baseball (45) 1957
Suburban Philosopher (45) 1961
 Fix Your Watch (45) 1957
Mets Philosophy (45) 1963
Old Vienna Concluded (45) 1954
Outta This World (45) 1958
We Love Yuh Mets (45) 1963


Allan Sherman - There Is Nothing Like A Lox, Lost Song Parodies Of Allan Sherman 2014

On: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Allan Sherman
Allan Copelon
Nov 30 1924 – Nov 20 1973 age 48

Allan Sherman became a star overnight when his debut album, 1962's My Son, The Folk Singer, became a surprise hit and sold over a million copies in a matter of weeks with its hilarious upending of popular folk songs paired with new lyrics that poked broad but loving fun at Jewish-American life. But like most overnight sensations, Sherman had actually been working on his material for a while before he found an audience, and There Is Nothing Like a Lox: The Lost Song Parodies of Allan Sherman offers 13 previously unreleased tracks, most of which predated My Son, The Folk Singer as he wrote and performed his material for small audiences while working his day job as a producer of game shows. Much like his debut album, these songs -- most rewrites of Broadway favorites -- have a strong Jewish accent, celebrating the joys of lox and chopped liver, pondering the challenges and disappointments of cultural assimilation, reveling in the possibilities of the suffix -stein, and studying the nuances of the geography of the Bronx. As he became better known, Sherman would sound bolder and more confident (and less explicitly Jewish), and on most of these recordings, it's clear that he's still getting used to the idea of singing for an audience. But Sherman's knack for comic lyrics was already firmly in place, finding rich humor in the minutiae of everyday life, and these numbers, seemingly meant for nightclub audiences, allow him to indulge in some mild blue humor that wouldn't have made it onto a major-label album in 1962. The quality of the audio is not especially good on most of these tracks, with an audible hiss blanketing many of the numbers, but the sound is good enough to capture the nuances of the performances, and Sherman's comic magic is clearly evident in these rough early tapes. Load up a bagel with some lox and cream cheese, sit back, and relax with these rare gems from one of the pioneers of song parody. ~allmusic
01 Choped Liver (Parody of Moon River) 2:03
02 Ollawoot (Parody of Camelot) 2:22
03 How Are Things with Uncle Morris (Parody of How Are Things in Glacamora) 2:25
04 Younger Than Springstein (Parody of Younger Than Springtime) 2:12
05 One For My Sadie (and One for Two Cents Plain) (Parody of One for Baby, One More for the Road) 3:43
06 Around the World (Parody of Around the World in 8 Days) 1:41
07 You're The Top 2:29
08 How Deep Is A Birdbath (Parody of How Deep Is the Ocean) 1:21
09 Furriers Lament 1:33
10 When You Walk Through The Bronx 3:02
11 Small World 3:45
12 There Is Nothing Like A Lox 4:40
13 Seventy-Six Sol Cohens 2:43

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Thanks John L!
His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post
Best Of Allan Sherman 1965
More Folk Songs By Allan Sherman & His Friends 1962
Selections From The Fig Leaves Are Falling (Promo) 1968
A Gift Of Laughter, Best Of Allan Sherman Vol II 1986
Allan Sherman And You 1964


Bill Cosby - Fat Albert's Halloween 1985

On: Saturday, July 12, 2014

Bill Cosby
William Henry Cosby Jr
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Jul 12 1937 -

01  Fat Albert's Halloween part 1 11:01
02  Fat Albert's Halloween part 2 12:32

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His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post
At His Best 2004
At Home With Bill Cosby 1987
Hardheaded Boys 1985
Cosnarati, State Of Emergency 2009
Cosby Album 1984
Why Is There Air Vol 2 Taiwan
Down Under 1971
Zaman Ucup Godiyor 1996
Late Show 1987
Why Is There Air Vol 2 Taiwan
Late Show Live Volume II

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