Comedy on Vinyl is what happens when comedy nerds talk about the greatest vinyl comedy albums of all time.
Episode 347 – Arden Myrin on Steve Martin – A Wild and Crazy Guy
The hilarious Arden Myrin talks with me about Steve Martin’s influence on her, listening to this album for the first time for the show, and acting for him on stage. It’s a fantastic conversation with a brilliantly funny comedian and … Continue reading →
Episode 346 – Mimi Pond on An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May
Writer, cartoonist, graphic novelist and more Mimi Pond was kind enough to sit down and talk with me about the ever-popular Nichols and May, and discuss her history in the publishing and cartooning industries, as well as why we hold … Continue reading →
Episode 345 – Scott Bomar on Composing the Soundtrack to Dolemite is My Name
For the second rare occasion of this year, we’re talking with the artist himself. Also, we’re once again talking about Dolemite Is My Name. Scott Bomar is an accomplished composer and musician and he was a Rudy Ray Moore fan … Continue reading →
Episode 344 – Peter Gaffney on David Frye – Richard Nixon: A Fantasy
Peter has written for things that have dotted the childhoods and young adulthoods of a few generations, now, including Rugrats and The Simpsons. Like a lot of young comedy types growing up, he was fascinated by Nixon, and David Frye … Continue reading →
Episode 343 – Josh Gondelman on Matt Braunger – Soak Up the Night
He’s a stand-up, an author, an actor and a TV writer, and this week Josh Gondelman talks about an album he loved before he ever met and befriended it’s creator, Matt Braunger. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Josh Gondelman JoshGondelman.com Soak … Continue reading →
Episode 342 – Merle Kessler on The Wonderful World of Jonathan Winters
From Ian Shoales to Duck’s Breath to much more, Merle Kessler’s work started with influences that have their roots in his family’s Columbia Record Club subscription. Host: Jason Klamm Producer: Mike Worden Guest: Merle Kessler IanShoales.com The Wonderful World of Jonathan Winters on … Continue reading →
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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.
No Cheech No Ching
I expect topics to vaguely jive with descriptions
Great idea for a podcast
I love the idea behind this show, when the guest is good the show is great, other times it feels a little drawn out but over all I dig this show.
I’d recommend searching for episodes with guests you already like and then venturing out to other episodes after getting aquatinted. The host is fine, could use some practice about interviewing but he’s not bad.