Comedy on Vinyl is what happens when comedy nerds talk about the greatest vinyl comedy albums of all time.
Revisiting Harry Shearer (Episode 200)
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 … Continue reading →
Episode 406 – Weird Al
Weird Al stops by, and Jason says goodbye. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Weird Al Yankovic Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks. ©2011-2021 StolenDress Entertainment
Episode 405 – Dan Gomiller on Weird Al – Polka Party!
My best friend Dan Gomiller returns to the show to talk about his exposure to Weird Al through “Polka Party!” and slowly discovering the jokes he missed. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Dan Gomiller Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us … Continue reading →
Episode 404 – Bill Frenzer and Bill Carey of Ogden Edsl
Two of the founding members of The Ogden Edsl Wahalia Blues Ensemble Mondo Bizzario Band, aka Ogden Edsl, join me to talk about their careers, as well as to perform an improvised song. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guests: Bill Frenzer … Continue reading →
Episode 403 – Ben Hoffnung on his father Gerard Hoffnung
Ben Hoffnung stops by to talk about his father’s work, as well as the upcoming archival website for that work. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Ben Hoffnung Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks. ©2011-2021 StolenDress … Continue reading →
Unboxing the Mouse Rat Album
Unboxing the Mouse Rat record “The Awesome Album,” from Parks and Rec, originally streamed at twitch.tv/jasonklamm. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Please subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks. ©2011-2021 StolenDress Entertainment
Deep In My Soul
Just listened to your talk with Dan Pasternak, all about Jonathan Winters. More than Loved it!! A life long favorite comedian and human being. Can’t wait to receive the Unearthed album set! During your conversations it was mentioned that you’ll be cutting back on your podcasts. My heart sank. You did say that you have projects with The Firesign Theater and Monty Python though, which gave my heart a bounce up. The men of The Firesign Theater were and are “Dear friends” of mine. I met them through my late husband, Jack, whose radio and TV commercials they did in the late sixties and early seventies. I love them dearly and follow them where ere’ they go. Hearing them is always a great joy and comfort. Thank you! Vaughn Meader was a dear friend of ours, as well. You might ask Phil Proctor or David Ossman about their experiences with him. He was a presence to behold, in the day.My British side thanks you for the Monty Python project, as well! My mum introduced me to the Pythons and all the great British comedians and actors, even the Beatles. Dad was my introduction to American comedy, music and theater. We had every new album Jonathan Winters produced. Followed by Berman, Newhart, Bob and Ray, Robert Klein, Joan Rivers, Mort Sahl, etc. Dad stopped short of Lenny Bruce probably because he had two daughters and thought him too complicated and blue. Dad had several of Lenny Bruce’s albums though. I’m ever grateful for the influence my parents had on my taste in all the performing arts. I’m am very grateful to you for your tireless sharing your great love of comedy with us. Comedic arts are as essential as music and breathing. I pray you will continue in whatever way you choose to share. Thanks again! Upward and onward to shibboleth 😊
Good guests, knowledgeable host, funny stuff
Better and better!
I was happy to find this podcast as its a great topic. The early episodes aren't that great, but after the first dozen or so it gets better and better and recent episodes have been great. Mr. Klamm is a fun, engaging host and the recent episodes on nearly forgotten lps like The First Family and the Peter Ustinov record have been great fun. One of my favorite podcast series.