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Desc:The JFK parody that was, at the time, the fastest-selling album in American history.
Category:News & Politics, Humor
Tags:60s, JFK, nostalgia, laugh track, Vaughn Meader
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I got this as a kid at a garage sale. Needless to say I didn't understand a single joke.
I'm an Earl T. Doud man, myself, if only because of the ridiculousness of someone's entire successful but brief career as a comedian being built around his Spiro Agnew impression. Once Spiro was out of the news, that was that. Nobody knows who Earl T. Doud is anymore. Hell, I had to use Google to remember his name just now and I've owned the record for years.

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/MTIwMFgxNjAw/$T2eC16NHJGQE9noMZG5kBQ mo5MLhiQ~~60_35.JPG
Also "Uncle Bill Socks it To Ya," the sole album by pretty much the greatest counterculture W.C. Fields impersonator of the late 1960s.

http://www.vinyl45s.com/Uncle-Bill--Uncle-Bill-Socks-It-To-Ya- The-Ballad-Of-Bonnie-Clyde-Here-Comes-The-Judge-Unicorn-Bottle-Of- Wine-The-Mighty-Quinn-vinyl-STEREO-LP-record--NM9EX8--LP-Records_p _176834.html

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