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Waiting For The Electrician Orsomeone Like Him

Firesign Theatre

基本情報

カタログNo
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CK85773
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1968
フォーマット
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CD
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David Ossman(Percussion),  David Ossman(Vocals),  John Fresno(Bass),  John Fresno(Guitar),  John Fresno(Saxophone),  John Fresno(Vocals),  Phil Proctor(Flute),  Phil Proctor(Violin),  Phil Proctor(Vocals),  Philip Austin(Guitar),  Philip Austin(Keyboards),  Philip Austin(Vocals),  Bob Irwin(Producer),  Gary Usher(Producer),  Jack Lattig(Engineer),  Tom May(Engineer),  David Ossman(Composer),  Frank Laffitte(Photography),  Jen Wyler(Mixing),  Peter Bergman(Composer),  Phil Austin(Composer),  Phil Proctor(Composer),  Vic Anesini(Mastering),  David Ossman,  Gary Usher(Original Album Producer),  Peter Bergman,  Phil Proctor,  Philip Austin

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When Firesign Theatre graduated from free-form FM radio to the album format, they brought a lot of their radio experience with them. This included a thorough knowledge of media and the willingness to skewer anything and everything. Album opener Temporarily Humboldt County takes square aim at America's shoddy treatment of its aboriginal peoples, and scores a bulls-eye, with not a wasted word. Beat the Reaper is a funny game-show spoof. Much of the rest of the album drifts into less notable territory, with many references to the drug culture and being hip and groovy. There's a lot of great wordplay, but quite a bit of the material doesn't date very well. ~ Sean Carruthers, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Temporarily Humboldt County (09:12)
  • 02. W.C. Fields Forever (07:39)
  • 03. Trente-Huit Cunegonde (07:21)
  • 04. Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him (21:47)

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Firesign Theatre

By fusing the high-concept comic vision of Stan Freberg with the expansive studio experimentation of the Beatles, the Firesign Theatre singlehandedly dragged the comedy album into the psychedelic era. Creating densely layered montages of improvisational routines, overheard dialogue, media manipulation, commercial parodies, and sound effects, the four-man troupe devised a hallucinatory brand of sur

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