Tag: Comedy

Gary Hunter – “Gary Hunter and Rusty”

Gary Hunter – “Gary Hunter and Rusty”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “In addition to his featured performances Gary doubles as Cruise Director, on the “Fun Ships” of the Carnival Cruise Lines. The lines three ships, Carnivale, Festivale and Mardi Gras offer seven day cruise of the glorious Caribbean each week departing from downtown Miami.  This album of Gary and his friends... Read More »

Al Clouston ‎– “Spinnin’ Yarns From Newfoundland”

Al Clouston ‎– “Spinnin’ Yarns From Newfoundland”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “Al Clouston was born in St. John’s Newfoundland. For many years his hobby has been collecting Newfoundland humour. He claims that if put in print these stories lose their colour and therefore have to be heard to be appreciated. For the past several years he has been entertaining various groups... Read More »

The Beatles – “The Beatles’ Christmas Album”

The Beatles – “The Beatles’ Christmas Album”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review:  I’ve heard a lot about this album, one that it is awful, and two that is valued at about $400 – $800. I don’t really like the Beatles enough to find out if it really is worth that much. Now, these are like radio selections from Certain... Read More »

Mae West & W.C. Fields – “Side By Side”

Mae West & W.C. Fields – “Side By Side”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes:  “An ounce of performance is worth pounds of promises – Mae West  BONUS CAPSULES  On health:  “I never drink anything stronger than gin before breakfast” – W.C. Fields  “A thrill a day keeps the chill away” – Mae West  On love:  “I was in love with a beautiful blonde once.... Read More »

Bob & Doug McKenzie – “Great White North”

Bob & Doug McKenzie – “Great White North”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “So this is our album, eh? Okay, so like this is the back cover, and inside there’s like not only the record, but the first edition of The Daily Hoser, which all hosers must read. And no bootlegging allowed, or all cops will be after you!  P.S. Nice pictures, eh?... Read More »

Joan Rivers – “What Becomes A Semi-Legend Most?”

Joan Rivers – “What Becomes A Semi-Legend Most?”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “Joan talks about…” Personal Review:  Joan Rivers was the queen of comedy, this was her 3rd LP.  So, firstly it was recorded live, Joan was a very funny woman, the album opens with jokes about Liberace having Truman Capote’s baby. Apparently Joan also know whose gay and not gay, because... Read More »

Rudy Ray Moore – “Close Encounter of the Sex Kind”

Rudy Ray Moore – “Close Encounter of the Sex Kind”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: None. Personal Review: Dr. Rudy Ray Moore! Funky shit. “Close Encounter of the Sex Kind, this message is about how to fuck. Take it in girls, because after this message, this record may self destruct” – oh my God. This stuff. I can’t keep up with how many times he... Read More »

Monty Python – “The Monty Python Instant Record Collection”

Monty Python – “The Monty Python Instant Record Collection”The Sleeve: The Liner/Sleeve Notes: “ABOUT THIS RECORDING (Sleeve notes specifically printed for those with poor eyesight.):  This superb performance of three of Petr Ilich Tchaikovsky’s best-loved works, has been specifically recorded, using the latest electronic micro-recording techniques, so as to be totally audible to the hard-of-hearing. The startling new technological break-through which has made... Read More »