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The Smothers Brothers - Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour album flac Performer: The Smothers Brothers
Title: Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour
Style: Comedy, Folk
Released: 1968
Country: US
MP3 album: 1438 mb
FLAC album: 1304 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: TTA AU DXD ADX MP1 MPC AAC
Genre: Not albums / Folk and Country

The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour was an American comedy and variety show television series hosted by the Smothers Brothers and initially airing on CBS from 1967 to 1969.

Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (the first release of this album lists it as Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour on the label, similar to the show's logo on the front cover) is a 1968 comedy album released on Mercury Records by the Smothers Brothers consisting of bits from their CBS television series, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. As a result, much of the album consists of political humor, which was absent from their previous recording efforts but remained true to their television show's content. It reached number 164 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart. You Didn't Come In" (3:42) - Once again Dick tries to sing "I Talk to the Trees" from the musical Paint Your Wagon; this was the third time the brothers recorded this routine, with earlier versions on Curb Your Tongue, Knave and Golden Hits of the Smothers Brothers, Vol. 2. However, this time it is Dick who stops because Tom always interrupts.

Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour is a 1968 comedy album released on Mercury Records by the Smothers Brothers consisting of bits from their CBS television series, Th. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour started out as only a "hip" version of the typical comedy-variety show of its era, but evolved into a show that extended the boundaries of what was considered permissible in television satire at that time.

With Tom Smothers, Dick Smothers, Pat Paulsen, Peter Cullen. The Smothers Brothers host a comedy variety show that became notorious for its topical satirical humor. Along that way, they presented comedy that poked humor at politics, the Vietnam War, religion, sexuality and censorship in with fearless bravado. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchisholrs. Plot Keywords: joke variety show five word title topical humor stand up comedy See All (32) . Genres: Comedy.

The Smothers Brothers are Thomas ("Tom" – born February 2, 1937) and Richard ("Dick" – born November 20, 1938), American singers, musicians, and comedians. The brothers' trademark double act was performing folk songs (Tommy on acoustic guitar, Dick on string bass), which usually led to arguments between the siblings. Tommy's signature line was, "Mom always liked you best!" Tommy (the elder of the two) acted "slow", and Dick, the straight man, acted "superior". Their own television variety show, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, became one of the most controversial American TV programs of the Vietnam War era. Despite popular success, the brothers' penchant for material that was critical of the political mainstream and sympathetic to the emerging counterculture led to their firing by the CBS network in 1969. One show was left unaired.

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The Smothers Brothers had a fairly radical show at the time and they bravely asked us if we would destroy our instruments, Pete Townshend once recalled in a VH1 interview about the incident. Keith persuaded the pyro-technician on the show to make a cannon, which he put inside his drum. And in the rehearsal it went bang, but it kind of made a lot of smoke and a bit of a dull thud. And Keith said, ‘Listen, you must increase the charge. Stage manager Bob LeHendro complied but was unaware that the drummer added more explosives to the device, giving it three times the firepower

Tracklist

A1 Morons 0:58
A2 Troubador Song 7:54
A3 Smart Juice 0:57
A4 President Johnson 0:47
A5 You Didn't Come In 3:42
A6 Tommy's Song 1:32
A7 Tom's Party 0:58
B8 Caught In The Draft 1:00
B9 The Impossible Dream (The Quest) 7:52
B10 Spread Of Democracy 1:50
B11 United Nations 1:15
B12 Controversial Material 6:12

Notes

Promotional Copy - Not For Sale

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SR 61193, SR-61193 The Smothers Brothers* Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury, Rubicon River Records SR 61193, SR-61193 US 1968
SR 61193, SR-61193 The Smothers Brothers* Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Mercury, Rubicon River Records SR 61193, SR-61193 US 1968
SR. 61193 The Smothers Brothers* Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour ‎(LP) Mercury, Rubicon River Records SR. 61193 Canada 1967