Andy Kaufman - Andy And His Grandmother Album
|1||Andy Can Talk To Animals|
|2||I’m Not Capable Of Having A Relationship|
|3||Andy’s Land Live|
|4||Andy And His Grandmother|
|5||Kick In The Pants|
|7||Andy Goes To The Movies|
|8||[Honk] Vs. [Dog] B|
|9||I Want Those Tapes|
|10||Slice Of Life|
|11||Andy’s English Friend Paul|
|12||Andy And His Grandmother Go For A Drive|
|14||Andy Goes For A Taxi Ride|
|15||Andy Is Making A Record|
|16||[Honk] Vs. [Dog] A|
|17||Andy Loves His Tape Recorder|
|DC-410CD||Andy Kaufman||Andy And His Grandmother (CD, Album)||Drag City||DC-410CD||US||2013|
- Edited By – Rodney Ascher
- Mastered By – Frans Hendriks
- Mixed By – Bram Meindersma
- Narrator [Announcer] – Bill Hader
- Performer [Opening Fanfare] – Jim O'Rourke
- Producer – Vernon Chatman
- Sleeve Notes – Bob Zmuda, Vernon Chatman
All audio is courtesy of The Lynne Margulies Collection.
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- Copyright (c) – Drag City Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Process Media Inc.
Andy and His Grandmother is the posthumous debut album from American comedian Andy Kaufman, released on Drag City on July 16, 2013. Composed of recordings that Kaufman made on microcassette from 1977 to 1979, the album was created by several of Kaufman's friends as well as contemporary comedians. Kaufman recorded over 80 hours of material with the intention of recording an album similar to Steve Allen and Jerry Lewis' prank call comedy records-his tapes include explicit instructions on how the album. 2014 г. Andy And His Grandmother by Andy Kaufman from the album, Andy And. Andy Kaufman's Elvis Presley Impression on and His Grandmother. Released nearly 30 years after his death, Andy Kaufman's debut comedy album Andy and His Grandmother is a skittish, strange hodge-podge of half-baked ideas, leftover recordings, and found-sound brilliance, and for folks who take their album titles literally, it contains very little material from his Grandmother. Andy and His Grandmother is the posthumous debut album from American anti-comedian Andy Kaufman, released on Drag City on July 16, 2013. Composed of recordings that Kaufman made on Micro cassette from 1977 to 1979, the album was created by several of Kaufmans friends as well as contemporary comedians. Andy Kaufman And His Grandmother Q&A. Compiler Vernon Chatman & Rodney Ascher. Producers Andy Kaufman. Writers Andy Kaufman. Andy And His Grandmother. Play album. Get album. Kaufman died in Los Angeles on May 16, 1984 of renal failure, caused by metastasized large cell carcinoma, a rare kind of lung cancer, and was interred in the Beth David Cemetery in Elmont, New York Long Island. He was initially diag read more. Andrew Geoffrey Kaufman January 17, 1949 May 16, 1984 was an American entertainer and performance artist. Though many refer to him as a comedian, Kaufman did not self-identify as one. H read more. Buy On. Record Label: Drag City. Between 1977 and 1979, Andy Kaufmann taped 82 hours of audio from his everyday life onto a microcassette recorder. Between 1977 and 1979, Andy Kaufman- and his act- changed. Andy & His Grandmother is material never heard before, a skimming from 82 hours of microcassette tapes that Andy recorded during 1977-79. Andy regarded the micro-tape recorder as a fantastic new way of capturing his hoaxing, and carried it with him everywhere, for use at any given moment. Real life was the ultimate frontier for him, and these tapes demonstrate the heart of Andy's comedy. Andy is Making a Record, 01:38. Andy and His Grandmother, 01:14. Andy Loves His Tape Recorder, 00:57. Andy Goes to the Movies, 01:44. Kick in the Pants, 01:20. Andy Can Talk to Animals, 01:30. I'm Not Capable of Having a Relationship, 01:50. Sleep Comedy, 06:32. Now playing . Andy Is Making A Record. Andys Land Live. Andy Loves His Tape Recorder. Slice Of Life. Andy Goes To The Movies. DEAD Screw it. Whatever symptoms and reasons that motivated the man and his mania have placed a painful rug burn across pop culture and comedy forever, forcing us to deal with the smell and endlessly talk about. The closest you might come to him without getting burned is Bob Zmudas 1999 tell-all book Andy Kaufman Revealed. and this damned CD