A lovely fake commercial resurrected from the Insanity Palace Comedy Archives, created around 1972 at KTUH but played often at KPOI-FM. There were several variations recorded, all growing out of the idea that if your karma had to be accounted at the end of your life there had to be a bank for it somewhere!
A really old piece of satire from the early 70s created for Insanity Palace while at KPOI-FM. Restored from an old 60 second broadcast cart, fidelity is a little low but somehow sounds good on computer speakers.
Now you know where the idea for Dick and George's Used Carnage Lot came from!
Last week a simple set of three songs came to me about the flooding in Houston. I have been working on some embellishments and now Irma expanded the initial theme dramatically. While I am continuing to work on the podcast, and Irma and Jose are adding even more material, here is the original set as first conceived.
The second hour of Insanity Palace from December 9, 1979 on WAIF in Cincinnati. Part of the reason I chose this show is because of the overlap I had with Jerry Galvin's Talkback show. My tape runs several minutes into his show and captured an unforgettable eyewitness account of the infamous Who concert tragedy which took place a few days before the show. Not at all comedy, but a must listen none the less.