Monthly Archives: March 2008

Comedy Tonight: B. S. Pully

Tonight’s entry is one of my favorite bad comedy albums: B. S. Pully’s Fairy Tales. This album is one of those early raunchy anti-PC records (pretty tame by today’s standards) like those of Belle Barth, Rusty Warren and Pearl Williams. … Continue reading

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Comedy Tonight: Ooo-But It’s Good!

To most people, Jack Sheldon is remembered for singing Schoolhouse Rock tunes “Conjunction Junction” and “I’m Just a Bill.” However, he’s a trooping and surviving jazz trumpeter great with one of the most distinctive singing voices ever. Just released is … Continue reading

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Fred and Sharon’s Movies

This is for real folks. Thanks to the tip from DailyKos.com, I saw this astonishing ad for movies created by Fred and Sharon. It really defies description. Hilarious!

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Comedy (?) Tonight: Unkie Dunkie, The Baloney Slicer

Tonight, I’ll link you up to the WFMU blog (Beware of the Blog) for an experience that, I guarantee, you will never forget. Unkie Dunkie, a Jersey City, New Jersey butcher decided he wanted to share with the world his … Continue reading

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Comedy Tonight: Here Comes the Bird

A year after Our Wedding Album, Kenny Solms and Gail Parent went to work on a second wedding album, this time with Lynda Bird Johnson as the main target. Much of the humor takes place at the expense of George … Continue reading

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Comedy Tonight: Our Wedding Album or The Great Society Affair

This is the first of two comedy albums I’ll present with comedy written by and performed by the writing team of Kenny Solms and Gail Parent, both of whom combined comedic forces for some great comedy, most notably as two … Continue reading

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Comedy Tonight: The Begatting of the President

Based on a book by the same title, The Begatting of the President is one of best satires to come out of the turbulent late ’60’s. Written in Biblical verse, it tells the story of LBJ’s Great Society, how he … Continue reading

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