The Firesign Theatre - Fighting Clowns download flac
The Firesign Theatre surprised the comedy world with their musical talent on the album Fighting Clowns complete with Kerouacian lyrics and rocking Bozo beats.
Fighting Clowns Tracklist. 1. The Bozos Song Lyrics. 2. The Four Gobs Lyrics. Fighting Clowns Q&A. Producers Firesign Theatre and Fred Jones. Writers David Ossman, Peter Bergman, Phil Austin & 1 more. More Firesign Theatre albums.
Fighting Clowns is a 1980 album by The Firesign Theatre. It is unique among Firesign Theatre albums because it is primarily made up of songs rather than the group's usual audio theater or sketch comedy pieces. Cover artwork was done by Phil Hartman.
Dear Friends is the Firesign Theatre's fifth album to be released on Columbia Records. It is a compilation album, collecting the best bits from the group's nationally syndicated radio program produced from September 1970 to February 1971. All tracks by The Firesign Theatre. Toad Away – 3:19 - 12/9/70. Sodom And Jubilee – 3:15 - 12/9/70. Freezing Mr. Foster – 2:38 - 11/8/70. I Was A Cock-Teaser For Roosterama! – 3:05 - 11/8/70. Deputy Dan Has No Friends – 2:28 - 11/8/70.
Featuring Firesign Theatre's: FIGHTING CLOWNS LIVE IN MARYLAND plus a new Cat Collage Proctor and Bergman and Burroughs and from the Duke Of Madness Motors Extras collection. it is accompanied by a live internet radio stream of Firesign albums and skits, including some material you’ve probably never heard before!
Read about The Four Gobs from The Firesign Theatre's Fighting Clowns and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The Firesign Theatre.
This album was originally released by Rhino in 1980. It consists largely of songs of political satire relevant to the times (Reagan, Ford, and the war in the Middle East are among the targets) with quick spoken word bits to break them up a bit. The songs were originally part of a larger concept which was scrapped at the eleventh hour.
Fighting Clowns" is a 1980 album by The Firesign Theatre. It is unique among Firesign Theatre albums by virtue of the fact that it is primarily made up of songs rather than the group's usual audio theatre or sketch comedy pieces.
|A1||The Bozos Song||5:50|
|A2||The Four Gobs||4:30|
|A3||The 8 Shoes||1:45|
|A4||In The Hot Tub||3:15|
|B1||In The War Zone||1:55|
|B3||In The Alley||2:40|
|B4||Violent Juvenile Freaks||4:15|
|B5||In The Hot Tub, Again||1:50|
|B6||This Bus Won't Go To War||3:30|
- Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Dick Spencer
- Arranged By ["fighting Clowns Theme" And Horn] – Richard Parker
- Arranged By [Music] – Phil Austin*, Richard Parker
- Artwork [Cover Illustration And Design] – Phil Hartmann*
- Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – John Mitchell
- Bass – Tim Emmons
- Drums – Ed Roscetti
- Engineer – Fred Jones, Frederick Ampel, Larold Rebhun
- Keyboards – Richard Parker
- Lead Guitar – Jeff Baxter
- Performer – David Ossman, Peter Bergman , Phil Austin*, Philip Proctor
- Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Henry Diltz
- Producer – Fred Jones, The Firesign Theatre
- Trumpet – Richard Cooper
- Written By, Composed By, Performer – The Firesign Theatre
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side runout etched): RNLP-018-A S-7979
- Matrix / Runout (B Side runout etched): RNLP-018-A S-7980
|MSUG106||The Firesign Theatre||Fighting Clowns (CD, Album)||Firesign Records||MSUG106||US||2001|
|none||The Firesign Theatre||Fighting Clowns (CD, Album)||Firesign Theatre Records||none||US||Unknown|
|MFCD 748||The Firesign Theatre||Fighting Clowns (CD, Album)||Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab||MFCD 748||US||1993|