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Before he went on to fame as Fred Sanford, Redd Foxx cut a number of comedy albums, many for the Laff label, but these on Dooto were first. Includes "The Preacher's Bicycle", "The Brown Nosed reindeer", "The Lost Toupee", and "The Pregnant Woman". LP, Vinyl record album
Before he went on to fame as Fred Sanford, Redd Foxx cut a number of comedy albums, many for the Laff label, but these on Dooto were first. Includes "The New Soap", "The Jackasses", "The Race Track", and "The Politicians". LP, Vinyl record album
Maybe not as all-out perfect as the Redd Foxx albums from the same time, but still pretty darn great – with routines that include "The Bad Dream", "The Telephone", "Mr Bear", "My Family", and "The Preacher's Parrots". LP, Vinyl record album
One of the strongest recordings ever made of the mad mad Lord Buckley! The album was issued in the late 60s for Frank Zappa's Straight label – but it features material recorded more than a decade before – at a time when Buckley was still alive, and one of the most bad-rapping comedian's ... 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
Roy Ayers in a very Afro-styled mode – working here on his own after a famous collaboration with Fela Kuti – in a set that's filled with the same sort of hard-driving Afro-Funk grooves that you'd find in Fela's classic recordings! The songs are shorter than Fela's, and with more of Roy' ... LP, Vinyl record album
Nice collection of mid 80s tracks that includes some harder to get middle-school classics: T La Rock & Jazzy Jay "It's Yours", Newcleus "Jam On It", Kurtis Blow "AJ Scratch", Run-DMC "Jam Master Jay", Fat Boys "Human Beat Box" and "Jailhous ... LP, Vinyl record album
Sweet LA soul jazz from trumpeter Bobby Bryant – an oft-overlooked player with a hard hitting sound that was a bit like Nat Adderley! The album's one of Bobby's best (and few) – and it's got a really groovy little feel, almost in a Jazz Crusaders mode – with a small combo playing ... LP, Vinyl record album
A classic early album from one of the hit 60's soul girl groups, one you don't come across much. A dozen tracks in all, including "Why Do Fools Fall In Love", "See You In September", "He's So Fine", "Why Am I So Shy", "Wishing", "Lucky Me" ... LP, Vinyl record album