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Classic early stuff from Richard Pryor – with a wild cover that parodies National Geographic, and which features Richard dressed as a primitive with a bow & arrow! Nice and raw – with routines like "Super N*gger", "Girls", "Farting", and "Smells&qu ... LP, Vinyl record album
Bawdy soul comedy from the Skillet & Leroy, plus Lawanda – caught in the act as part of The Johnny Otis Show live in Hollywood! It's wild, raucous and side-splittingly funny– and actually not as all out dirty as some of bluer routines of the their peers, such Redd Foxx on his not-sa ... LP, Vinyl record album
The Skillit & Leroy team, fresh from the Johhny Otis Show, serve up a host of off-color comedy bits that include "You Been Eatin Puss-ymons", "Shickle The Tit", "Come On In – Head First", "Eat Me Whole", "Help", and "Loan Me $20". LP, Vinyl record album
The team of Skillet & Leroy have a decidedly old school approach to comedy – as the routines on here are a bit 50s, compared to the date of the record – but they're always pretty darn great, and were a key part of the Johnny Otis show of the time. The group back up the boys a bit ... LP, Vinyl record album
Straight work from Bill Cosby from his early 80s film Himself. Includes "The Dentist", "Natural Childbirth", "Brain Damage", "Kill The Boy", 'Chocolate Cake For Breakfast", "Same Thing Happens Every Night" and "The Grandparents". LP, Vinyl record album
Lord Buckley's rare early recordings for the Vaya label in LA – groundbreaking sides that predated most comedy albums, and which also had a huge influence on the spoken word recordings of the beat generation! The tracks were recorded live, with Buckley talking in a mixture of jive and ... LP, Vinyl record album
A stunning pre-Columbia session from Thelonious Monk – a really great live date that has Monk's familiar quartet augmented by west coast players Joe Gordon on trumpet and Harold Land on tenor! Given that Charlie Rouse is already in the group on tenor, the addition of Land's horn makes for a ... LP, Vinyl record album