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Firesign Theatre: How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere At All [Columbia, 1969]
This is the only comedy record (except for Tuli Kupferberg's Pop Poems) that I can imagine myself buying. Unlike Firesign's puerile first album, this is close to a work of genius, great high or straight but especially high. Listen to the Nick Danger side first; the title side is so far out it lacks credibility alone. A+