Episode 339 – Andre Jacquemin – The History of Monty Python, Part 1 – Monty Python’s Previous Record

Andre Jacquemin returns in the first part of a series: The History of Monty Python.  You’ve heard me talk with Phil Proctor and Taylor Jessen in a sibling series, The History of The Firesign Theatre, where we discuss just that, from the perspective of the making of each album.  The difference here is that Andre produced all of the Python albums, so while he is an artist himself, his stories are from a remove that less us see the whole picture.  I’m honored he’s agreed to help us start a new oral history.  Just as with the Firesign series, there is video for this, which you can see if you become a patron at bit.ly/covpatreon.

Host: Jason Klamm
Producer: Mike Worden
Guest: Andre Jacquemin

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Video Episode – 166 with Phil Proctor on the History of Firesign, Part 1

Finally, after much too  much trial and error, the video of our first in a series on Firesign Theatre’s history, with Phil Proctor.

Episode 166 – Phil Proctor on the History of Firesign, Part 1


This week, we begin retracing the history of Firesign with Phil Proctor, in part one of a mini-series covering every album from the Columbia years, and perhaps moving on to more.  Phil is currently working on an autobiography, so he’s in the storytelling mood, so while we planned to cover the first three albums on this episode, at the end of the show we’re JUST up to the group solidifying.  We’re joined by Firesign super fans Jeremy Guskin and Greg Benson.  Also, there’s video of the episode as well, which you’ll be able to watch shortly at youtube.com/comedyonvinyl.

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

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