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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 229 – Jackie Kashian on Betty Walker – Hello, Ceil – It’s Me

Jackie Kashian’s back to talk about an album neither of us knew about beforehand.  Lots of fun.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Jackie Kashian

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Hello, Ceil – It’s Me!!! on vinyl

My first documentary feature film is on DVD!  Pick up a copy

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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

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 211 – 6th Anniversary with James Urbaniak and Mike Worden on Martin Mull

James Urbaniak and Mike Worden return to help celebrate the 6th anniversary of Comedy on Vinyl with our first discussion of Martin Mull’s work.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: James Urbaniak

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 205 – Derek Sheen on Brother Theodore – Coral Records Presents Theodore

 

I can’t explain Brother Theodore, but Derek Sheen can, and his reason for loving his work is fascinating.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Derek Sheen

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Brother Theodore on Discogs

Watch my new film Looking Forward: 2016 unfold, day-b

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 204 – Rob Paulsen

This week, we talk to one of my heroes, Rob Paulsen.  The first voice-over artist I ever became aware of.  We talk about his influences, his favorite vinyl records, and I end up inspired.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Rob Paulsen

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 203 – Ritch Shydner on Lenny Bruce – I Am Not A Nut, Elect Me!

Turns out, Ritch Shydner and I are kindred spirits.  We like talking comedy, interviewing people about it, and performing it, and Ritch’s performing goes back to 1977, in DC, before there were comedy clubs.  He’s also got a great book out called Kicking Through The Ashes.

Host: Jason Klam

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 202 – Donna Lynne Champlin on Steve Martin – Wild and Crazy Guy

Donna Lynne Champlin is not only Paula on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but she’s an album-self-producing singer, stage performer and, it turns out, a lover of Steve Martin.  After our discussion, she might be spreading this album to a younger generation.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Wor

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 200 – Harry Shearer on Stan Freberg and More

It’s time to celebrate!  Episode 200 brings us a guest I’ve been hoping to speak with for years upon years – the fantastic Harry Shearer.  I was honored when he agreed to do the show, and excited to talk a bit more about Stan Freberg, Harry’s other influences, and of course The Credibility G

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Comedy on Vinyl Podcast Episode 91 – Jim Cummings (link below) – via Jason Klamm

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I don’t have the words.  And you can tell.  I’m not ashamed to get flustered, obviously, but Jim is a hero of mine, and has been for 20-plus years.  He was the first voice actor whose name I le …

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