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XStandup, sketches, and spoken word -- plus kids records, sports records, and even some Folkways oddities!



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George CarlinIndecent Exposure – Some Of The Best Of George Carlin ... LP
Little David, 1978. Very Good+ ... $5.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has light wear & a name in pen.)

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Allen GinsbergSongs Of Innocence & Experience (2CD edition – with bonus tracks) ... CD
MGM/Omnivore, 1969/1971. New Copy 2CD ... $14.99 22.98
Ever wonder what happens when beatniks turn into hippies? They make albums like this one – a real treasure from the late 60s underground – and a set that showed the complete transformation of Allen Ginsberg at the time! The set's a real oddity – recorded after Ginsburg had hit new fame for his appearance at the Chicago 7 trial – but with a meditative quality that's very different than his more public presence as a yippie. The record features Ginsburg reading the works of William Blake and playing harmonium – while he receives instrumental backing by the likes of Don Cherry on trumpet, Bob Dorough on piano, and Elvin Jones on drums – usually in ways that are light, but still meaningful – and which really highlight Ginsburg's commitment to the project. Peter Orlovsky chimes in on a few tracks – and titles include "The Shepherd", "Little Black Boy", "London", "Ah Sun Flower", and "Laughing Song". CD features bonus tracks – "The Grey Monk (alt take)" and "Brothels Of Paris" – plus CD2 features more blake songs, most unissued – with titles that include "Holy Thursday", "A Nurses Song", "The Fly", "Spring", "The Divine Image", and "Infant Joy". Also includes three mantras done with backing by Arthur Russell on cello – "Padmasambhava Mantra", "Roghupati Raghava", and "Om Namah Shivaye". CD

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Pigmeat MarkhamWould The Real Pigmeat Markham Please Sit Down ... LP
Jewel, 1973. Very Good+ ... $1.99
... LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a large name in marker on front & back. Labels have some pen.)

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Les CraneDesiderata ... LP
Warner, 1971. Very Good+ ... $2.99
Sure, Desiderata was one of the biggest spiritual scams of the early 70s – but there's a monster cut on here called "Courage" that is totally funky! It's got some excellent drums, and an eerie voiceover monologue in a very David Axelrod style! LP, Vinyl record album
(Missing poster. Cover has a name in pen, a cut corner, and light wear.)

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Booty GreenPray To Booty ... LP
Laff, Mid 70s. Very Good+ ... $11.99
Booty Green steps out of the Johnny Otis Show – to deliver a raunchy batch of comedy tracks on this classic party album from the 70s! The feel here is a lot like some of the bigger names of the time – such as Rudy Ray Moore or Doug Clark – lots of raw jokes, served up before a very lively crowd – some strong party energy that Booty really keeps going throughout the set! Titles include "Chinese Soul Sisters", "Soul Brothers Restaurant", "The Baddest Mother In The House", "The Nurse", and "Talking Clothes". LP, Vinyl record album

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