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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 254 – Laura Napoli on Joan Rivers – What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most

Friend and collaborator Laura Napoli stops by to talk about Joan Rivers – somehow a first for this show.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Laura Napoli

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What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most? on Vinyl

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 253 – Sandy Danto on Two Carlin Albums

Sandy returns, and a misunderstanding turns into a career-spanning discussion of Carlin’s work.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Sandy Danto

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Take-Offs & Put-Ons on Vinyl

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 248 – Romesh Ranganathan on Flip Wilson – Cowboys and Colored People

Romesh is here in the US, doing stand-up at The Greek Theatre on December 21st!  He wanted to talk about Flip Wilson, because no one else in the UK knows who he is.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Romesh Ranganathan

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Cowboys and Colored People on V

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 196: The History of Firesign Part 3 – Phil Proctor’s 1967 Calendar

Would you like to see the moment Firesign became Firesign on paper? How’s about from Phil Proctor’s personal calendar from 1967? Watch this special video episode and do exactly that, or listen if you don’t have the exact same amount of time on your hands.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: Phil Proctor and Taylor Jessen

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 180 – Billy Merritt on George Carlin – Take-Offs and Put-Ons

You’ve seen Billy Merritt on numerous shows.  If you’re lucky enough (like our own producer, Mike), Billy has taught you improv at UCB.  We had a great time talking about the mind-changing effect Carlin and this album had on how Billy thought about comedy.

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Producer: Mike W

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 128 – Kliph Nesteroff on Dick Davy

Kliph Nesteroff is one of the great comedy historians of today, for the same reason he picked a comedian you haven’t heard of.  Dick Davy has all the lasting strength of many of the great comedians from the late 60s you already know, which made this a really fun discussion.  Kliph’s book “The C

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