Lenny Bruce - To Is A Preposition; Come Is A Verb album download
Complete sua coleção de Lenny Bruce. The Perverse Act. 4:28. The Story Of Lenny - What I Was Arrested For (LP, Album, RE). Casablanca.
Complete your Lenny Bruce collection. What I Was Arrested For (LP, Album, RE). Douglas. The Story Of Lenny (What I Was Arrested For) (LP, Album, RE).
Album · 2000 · 11 Songs. Warning Lenny Bruce Is OUT Again. The Berkeley Concert. See All. A Guide for the Perplexed.
Bruce couldn't believe he was being continuously arrested for his words. He wanted to use these tapes as proof to the judge and jury that he was not obscene, but that his bits were simply being taken out of context. The fact that Lenny Bruce, whose morality is evident on these tapes, could have been arrested numerous times because of what he said to an audience paying to hear his words, then endlessly harassed by the police because of it, remains a travesty. The proof is included here.
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This album is a great introduction to the humor of Lenny Bruce. Mostly short bits with punch lines. And not as political as some of his other recordings. But hysterically funny. This is the album I used to play to introduce him to people who were unaware of his humor. Some of these routines are absolutely side splitting and a few went on to become Bruce staples. Listen to these recordings and you'll have to hear more. The man was funny on so many levels.
1 Background The song "Flower Punk" parodies the garage rock staple "Hey Joe", and depicts a youth going to San Francisco to become a flower child and join a psychedelic rock band. Additionally, the track makes a reference to "Wild Thing", one of the songs that defined the counterculture of that period Packaging.
Album by Lenny Bruce. was sampled in. Harry, You're a Beast by The Mothers of Invention (1968).
Album: To Is a Preposition; Come Is a Verb, 2005. Now playing: Sting Fields of Gold. Unfortunately, the station stopped broadcasting. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations.
|A1||I Just Do It And That's All|
|A4||The Perverse Act|
|A5||Tits And Ass|
|B1||A Pretty Bizarre Show|
|B2||Blah Blah Blah|
|B4||Would You Sell Out Your Country?|
|B5||A White White Woman And Black Black Woman|
- Manufactured By – Les Disques Trans-World
- Distributed By – Les Disques Trans-World
- Producer – Alan Douglas, Ross Firestone, Stefan Bright
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etching): Douglas II Side 1 KD M
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etching): Douglas II Side 2 KD M
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|NBLP 7013||Lenny Bruce||The Story Of Lenny (What I Was Arrested For) (LP, Album, RE)||Casablanca||NBLP 7013||Australia||1975|
|DRS 1012||Lenny Bruce||The Story Of Lenny (What I Was Arrested For) (LP, Album, RE)||Casablanca||DRS 1012||New Zealand||1975|
|KZ 30872||Lenny Bruce||What I Was Arrested For (LP, Album, RE)||Douglas||KZ 30872||US||1971|
|NBLP 7013||Lenny Bruce||What I Was Arrested For (LP, RE)||Casablanca||NBLP 7013||Canada||1975|