Episode 225 – The History of Firesign Part 4 – Don’t Crush That Dwarf


Phil Proctor returns to talk about Firesign’s third studio album!

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Phil Proctor

Don’t Crush That Dwarf on Vinyl
FiresignTheatre.com

My first documentary feature film is on DVD!  Pick up a copy at bit.ly/soaptowndvd

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.

Episode 196: The History of Firesign Part 3 – Phil Proctor’s 1967 Calendar

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Would you like to see the moment Firesign became Firesign on paper? How’s about from Phil Proctor’s personal calendar from 1967? Watch this special video episode and do exactly that, or listen if you don’t have the exact same amount of time on your hands.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: Phil Proctor and Taylor Jessen

Firesign Theatre’s Site

Watch my new film Looking Forward: 2016 unfold, day-by-day at LookingForwardMovie.com.

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.

Episode 187: The History of Firesign, Part 2, Part 2 with Phil Proctor

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Part 2 of Part 2 of The History of Firesign.  There’s also video of the whole conversation, which you can watch below, and find at youtube.com/comedyonvinyl.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: Phil Proctor, Taylor Jessen and Jeremy Guskin

FiresignTheatre.com
PlanetProctor.com
Buy Waiting for the Electrician… on Vinyl

Watch my new film Looking Forward: 2016 unfold, day-by-day at LookingForwardMovie.com.

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.

Episode 184 – The History of Firesign, Part 2, with Phil Proctor

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Phil Proctor is back, with the history of the Firesign Theatre!  This time, we’re joined by Firesign archivist Taylor Jessen and Jeremy Guskin to talk about Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him.  It was a good, long conversation, so I cut it into two parts.  There’s also video of the whole conversation, which you can watch below, and find at youtube.com/comedyonvinyl.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
This Week’s Guests: Phil Proctor, Taylor Jessen and Jeremy Guskin

FiresignTheatre.com
PlanetProctor.com
Buy Waiting for the Electrician… on Vinyl

Watch my new film Looking Forward: 2016 unfold, day-by-day at LookingForwardMovie.com.

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.

Episode 121 – Thanksgiving Crossover Special

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This week, the Comedy on Vinyl podcast and the Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour podcast cross paths.  Right in the middle of wrapping up their latest sketch comedy album Ho, Christmas Tree!, an increasingly drunk Jay (Jason to you vinyl folks) and Dan discuss the creation of this, the SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN HISTORY.  At 1.7cm square, the album comes packaged on a MicroSD card packed with the album and audio and video extras.

It’s also a FREE download, available at ho.stolendress.com, with CDs available shortly thereafter.   It’s a sketch album, naturally, featuring the talents of James Urbaniak, Philip Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, Jeremy Guskin, Allen Rueckert and a number of other wonderful talents.

Find DJCHOUR on Twitter #HoChristmasTree
Do the same for Dan Gomiller & Jason Klamm
Subscribe to Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour on iTunes
Subscribe and watch on YouTube
Also, Facebook is a thing.

Call and leave us a voicemail: 208-557-3524 (DJCH)
or e-mail us: DJCH AT StolenDress DOT com

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

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.

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Jason’s Christmas Comedy Album Is Out Today – and FREE

Jason’s first comedy album in 13 years, with his sketch group, Dan and Jay’s Comedy Hour, comes out today.  Yes, today, Dan Gomiller and Jason give you Ho, Christmas Tree! as a free download.

Filled with Christmas-themed comedy sketches, the album features guest performances by James Urbaniak, Philip Proctor of The Firesign Theatre, Jeremy Guskin, Allen Rueckert, Natalie Lynch, Brett Schlank, Taylor Jessen, Matt Saxe and a slew of other comedy folks.

Download the entire album FOR FREE here: https://app.box.com/HoChristmasTree

Starting today, at ho.stolendress.com, you can also order physical copies that make Ho, Christmas Tree! the SMALLEST COMEDY ALBUM IN THE WORLD.  With a sleeve of 1.2cm square, the album’s first physical release is the smallest comedy album ever made, contained on a MicroSD card, packed with the entire album and, of course, tons of extras.  CDs coming soon, as well.

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Episode 95 – Taylor Jessen on The Credibility Gap – Floats


Taylor_JessenThis week, Jason does his usual stellar job of keeping the show on track.  No, seriously, it gets worse.  Why?  Because Taylor Jessen is not only Firesign’s archivist, but he restores comedy vinyl.  All those pops and hisses that can kill a joke or a pause?  Yeah, he can smooth those over and then tweak the cover so it looks like it did the day the original owner bought it in the store.  He does it all out of a desire to get it out there, so as you can imagine I was waiting with bated breath to have him on to nerd out, even if he far out nerds me.  We also talk about a great Credibility Gap album, “Floats,” and the clips I play in the show are from his restored version.

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

Taylor’s Insanely Amazing Archive (our name for it, not his)
Give “Floats” a listen/look via the archive
Buy “Floats” on Vinyl

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.