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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 228 – Joseph Scrimshaw on the Not The 9 O’Clock News Debut Album

Joseph Scrimshaw returns to talk about an album he knows back and forth, British comedy in general, and what to do when you’re expected to quote Monty Python but don’t feel like it.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Joseph Scrimshaw

Joseph Scrimshaw
Not the 9 OClock

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 146 – Joseph Scrimshaw on Morey Amsterdam – The Next One Will Kill You

Joseph Scrimshaw is back!  And this time, we do something I’ve been waiting to do a long time on this show – let the guest pick from the archive and we both listen to it, fresh.  This week, we listen to one of two comedy albums (in the same year) by “The Human Joke Machine,” Morey Amsterdam.  Perhaps best known as Buddy on The Dick Van Dyke Show, here he rattles off joke after joke in a variety of strange, fun little songs, and we pick it apart.

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 130 – Joseph Scrimshaw on Frank Sinatra – The Tea Break Monologue

Joseph Scrimshaw is an hilarious gentleman with a seemingly odd choice for this week’s discussion – Frank Sinatra’s “The Tea Break” monologue from the 1966 album “Sinatra At The Sands.”  Not only is this Sinatra doling out some well-honed bits, the monologue’s honesty and the atmosphere it c

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