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Raw and raunchy comedy from Chicago "party" comic Tommy Brown. Not as over the top as Rudy Ray Moore – but still a good example of the blue comedy that was happening in the small club scene back in the 60s and 70s. ... LP, Vinyl record album
A bit of Chicago sports magic, from that mighty Cubs year of 1969! The set features one side of spoken bits, with Jack Brickhouse and others – and one side of songs sung by the Cubs, set to music by Johnny Frigo and the Bleacher Bum Eight – a combo that inlcudes Floyd Morris on piano! ... LP, Vinyl record album
Very groovy! This album's a great soul jazz take on the Hair score – led by trumpeter Bobby Bryant, who was turning out some very nice stuff in the sweet pop soul jazz style of the LA scene of the 60s. The group is great – and Paul Humphrey's on drums, Joe Sample's on electric piano, ... LP, Vinyl record album