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THE FIRESIGN THEATRE ‎– How Can You Be...
How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at All is the second comedy album recorded by The Firesign Theatre. It was originally released in 1969 by Columbia Records.The Firesign Theatre was an American comedy troupe comprising Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman, and Philip Proctor. Their brand of surrealistic humor is best known through their record albums, which acquired an enthusiastic following in the late 1960s and early 1970s.The troupe began as live radio performers in Los Angeles on radio stations KPPC-FM and KPFK during the mid-1960s. The group's name stems in part from astrology, because the membership encompasses all three "fire signs": Aries (Austin), Leo (Proctor), and Sagittarius (Bergman and Ossman).

THE FIRESIGN THEATRE ‎– How Can You Be...

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  • THE FIRESIGN THEATRE ‎– How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All

     

    Label: Columbia ‎– CS 9884

     

    A             How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All              28:27

    A1           Drink To Me Only With Thine Fox (Mr. Catherwood And Ensemble)          

    A2           The Policemen's Brawl (Officers Bradshaw And Henderson)         

    A3           Yankee Doodle Came To Terms (All Fecal People's Chorus)           

    A4           Über Dubbing Over Alice ('Arry 'n' Friends)          

    A5           You Ain't Got No Friends On The Left (Babe And The Unknown Soldiers)

    A6           "We're Bringing The War Back Home!" From "Babes In Khaki" (Lilly Lamont)         

    B             The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger                                                                          28:02

     

    Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue

     

    Country: US

     

    Released: 70s

     

    Genre: Non-Music

     

    Style: Comedy

     

     

    Media Condition – Very Good Plus (VG+)

     

    Sleeve Condition – Very Good (VG)

     

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    G + | Good Plus | Good condition for age. Has some minor scratches and scuffs but plays well. More surface noise. Audio sounding a bit more vintage but still awsome!
    G | Good | Average condition for age. Scratched and scuffed. Significant surface noise. Still plays well. Audio slightly affected.

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