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8 thoughts on “ The T.V. Glide - The Firesign Theatre - Dear Friends (CD, Album)

  1. Firesign Theater Radio is your online reality check for all the classic Firesign syndicated series like Dear Friends and Let's Eat, and recorded live shows and concerts, and the albums like Electrician and Dwarf, Bozos and How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All, all designed with your mind in mind.
  2. CD Mobile Fidelity MFCD Dear Friends () LP Columbia CD Mobile Fidelity MFCD Not Insane () LP Columbia The Best of the Firesign Theatre, Shoes for Industry () CD Columbia C2K Give Me Immortality Or Give Me Death () CD Rhino R2
  3. Dear Friends is the Firesign Theatre's fifth album to be released on Columbia Records. It is a compilation album, collecting the Firesigns' choice of the best comedy sketches from their nationally syndicated radio program produced from September to February
  4. A collection of short segments distilled from the Firesign Theatre's "Dear Friends" radio shows, originally broadcast in & on KPFK-FM in Los Angeles, CA. Gatefold sleeve Track times on center labels do not correspond with those on liner Designed for continual play on auto-changer phonographs: Disc 1 - A / D sides.
  5. Locating a copy of the CD reissue of Dear Friends on the audiophile Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab might be difficult, as it was limited in edition and likewise became an unfortunate casualty of the demise of the label in the late '90s. For enthusiasts of the Firesign Theater, it is a mandatory find.
  6. Listen free to The Firesign Theatre – Dear Friends (Toad Away, Sodom and Jubilee and more). 29 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the .
  7. Dear Friends is The Firesign Theatre's fifth album released on Dear Friends is a compilation album, collecting some of the best from their avant-garde .
  8. out of 5 stars Dear Friends offers the Firesign Theatre in distilled, hysterical form. Reviewed in the United States on November 4, This is an album of clips from their live radio shows. Most of it is screamingly funny. The T.V. Glide (12/9/71) [] Balliol Bros. (11/8/70)/5(15).

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