Episode 171 – Hal Lublin on Robin Williams – A Night At the Met

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It’s time to send the little ones to dreamland… Not really, this is a pretty clean episode, especially given the album we’re covering.  The Thrilling Adventure Hour’s own narrator, Hal Lublin, joins us to discuss Robin Williams’ great live album.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Hal Lublin

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Episode 147 – Live Tribute to Robin Williams – with Rick Overton, Jamie Costa and Josia Elliott

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On Sunday, August 2nd at IOWest, we helped kick off The 13th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival with a tribute to Robin Williams, with Robin’s close friend, Rick Overton, and special guests Josia Elliott and Jamie Costa.  Josia’s a big Robin fan, and if you haven’t seen Jamie’s moving tributes to Robin in the form of impressions, you should go here: youtu.be/Shg53iv4B9o

We had a wonderful time talking about Robin, his work, and getting a little sidetracked about impressions.  But it wouldn’t be a tribute to that great mind if we weren’t a little all over the place

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Comedy on Vinyl Live! A Tribute to Robin Williams – August 2nd, 2 PM, at IO West

Part of the The 13th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival at IO West, and featuring the hilarious Rick Overton​, our second-ever live tribute show will celebrate the life and work of Robin Williams.

The live podcast is free to all Festival participants and $10 to non-participants. The Chris Farley House (the Festival’s beneficiary) will receive money from all the panels, workshops and shows.

Get your tickets here: http://ioimprov.com/west/festivals/annual-improv-comedy-festival/shows/

RSVP on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1650857651826249/

Episode 105 – Dave Waite on George Carlin – A Place for My Stuff

Dave WaiteDave Waite‘s comedy album Hotdoggin’ comes out tomorrow, August 12th on Stand Up! Records.  Today, he talks about one of his favorite albums, chosen at random from a few contenders – George Carlin’s A Place for My Stuff, which was a ton of fun to revisit.  Stand up mixed with sketch is hard to do right, and while Carlin does, it’s easy to see why few people have done it right since – namely, it’s hard to be that brilliant as a stand up and then also spend the time to translate your unique voice into sketch.  Awesome stuff.

On a sad note, the world lost Robin Williams today.  Listen toward the end for two clips from my favorite Robin Williams film, Good Morning, Vietnam.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guest: Dave Waite

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Episode 98 – Mike Black on Robin Williams – A Night At The Met

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The hilarious Mike Black is the first to nab a Robin Williams album.  We not only talk comedy, and Robin Williams, but there’s a little bit about film at the beginning, too.

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

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Comedy on Vinyl is recorded at Fort Awesome Studios in beautiful downtown Burbank. The samples played in these non-commercial (see: free) podcasts are used without permission under the provisions of fair use for the sake of commentary, and are intended to sell more albums, not to endorse Vinyl Piracy.  Please subscribe to us on iTunes, follow us on Twitter and like us at the Facebooks.