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May have a number of marks (5 to 10 at most), and obvious signs of play,
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May not look near perfect, but should play fairly well,
with slight surface noise, and the occasional click in part of a song,
but never throughout a whole song or more.
This is clearly a copy that was played by someone a number of times,
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You've seen the movie, now own the album! Pryor cuts loose in his prime early 80s years, reminding you that for a long stretch of time, he was America's top black comic. Includes "Women","Prison", "Africa", "Mafia Club", "Mudbone", "Freebase&q ... LP, Vinyl record album
Steve Martin at the height of his mid 70s stand up popularity. Includes "Ramblin Man", "Vegas", "Let's Get Small", "Smoking", "One Way To Leave Your Lover", "Mad At My Mother", "Excuse Me", "Grandmother's Song" and ... LP, Vinyl record album
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
A key history lesson for those who thought that pot culture in music only started with Cypress Hill – a weird sound play album originally issued by Elektra Records in the early 70s! The album's the brainchild of producer/director Ron Jacobs – who put the whole thing together with a ... LP, Vinyl record album
Maybe Pigmeat's best album for Chess – done with a host of judicial references to Pigmeat's big "Here Comes The Judge" routine. That one's on here – with the great funky backing of Pigmeat's version for Chess as a funky 45 – and the album includes a number of other nice ... LP, Vinyl record album
Cut around the time he was still on SNL, just before Delirious came out and filled with skits like "Buckwheat", "Black Movie Theaters", "Doo-Doo/Christmas Gifts", "Effrom", "Hit By A Car", "The Pope & Ronald Reagan" and his rap sendup ... LP, Vinyl record album
An excellent album that features loads of material from Benny Hills' early days – when he was tighter and fresher, and before he worked too many years for ITV! You may recognize a number of these titles from later recordings, but these early ones are just great, and feature a much more ... LP, Vinyl record album
What a strange idea for a record – a comedian who talks and plays the drums! Professor Paradiddle is a real comedian for the late 50s jazz age – a hipster who worked in clubs, at a drum kit, talking in a hipster tone while using drums to illustrate his gags. The numbers on the set ... LP, Vinyl record album