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Night Club Years 1964-1968

LP (Item 45538) United Artists, 1960s/1972 — Condition: Used
2LP Gatefold
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4.90 44

This 2 LP set comprises three stand-up performances that Woody Allen did in the 1960s that were originally recorded as three individual records but not widely released to the public. There was a 1964 show in Chicago, a 1965 performance in Washington, DC and one in San Francisco in 1968. The liner notes claim that only small portions were deleted in order to fit it on this LP set. The album is chock full of the routines and sentiments that he is well known for. (Original heavy textured cover.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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