Groucho Marx - An Evening With Groucho

Artist:
Groucho Marx
Category:
Non-Music
Name:
An Evening With Groucho
Quality:
FLAC, MP3
Label:

A&M Records ‎– SP3515,
A&M Records ‎– SP-3515,
RCA Music Service ‎– R213943

Type:

2 x
Vinyl, LP, Album, Club Edition, Reissue

Country:

US

Date of released:


Category:

Non-Music

Style:

Comedy, Spoken Word


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A1
Overture - Medley From The Marx Brothers Films
Piano – Marvin Hamlisch
A2
Introduction - Dick Cavett
A3
Hello, I Must Be Going
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
A4
Violin Solo, Jack Benny Tribute
A5
My Family, How We Got Our Names
A5a
Strange Relatives
A5b
Uncle Julius
A5c
Chico At Klauber Horn Co.
A6
Uncle Herman, Chiropodist
A7
Timbuctoo
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
B1
Annie Berger
B2
World War One, Vaudeville In Toronto
B3
Oh, How That Woman Could Cook
Written-By – Grace Kahn, Gus Kahn
B4
Toronto Song
Written-By [Denies He Wrote It] – Irving Berlin
B5
London Stories:
B5a
Polish Officer Story
B5b
Churchill & 2nd World War
B6
Tough Chicago Critic Story
B7
Palace Theatre:
B7a
Sarah Bernhardt
B7b
Fanny Brice
B7c
Swayne's Rats And Cats
B8
Poem From The Play "Animal Crackers"
C1
T.S. Eliot Memorial: Laurence Olivier's Lap
C2
2nd World War Bond Tour
C3
Houdini Story
C4
Music In "Cocoanuts" - Always
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C5
George Kaufman & Morrie Ryskind Story
C6
Stay Down Where You Belong
Written-By – Irving Berlin
C7
Otto Kahn Story
C8
W. C. Fields:
C8a
Beebee Gun
C8b
Prohibition
C8c
Baby Leroy
C9
Heaven's Above
D1
Everybody Works But Father
Written-By – Harry Ruby
D2
Father's Day
Written-By – Harry Ruby
D3
Margaret Dumont, The Dowager In Our Films
D4
Thalberg Story - Garbo
D5
Sampson And Delilah Story
D6
Will Rogers, Baseball In Baltimore
D7
Priests' Stories:
D7a
Plaza Hotel
D7b
Montreal
D7c
Rome
D8
Show Me A Rose
Written-By – Bert Kalmar, Harry Ruby
D9
Lydia The Tattooed Lady
Written-By – E.Y. Harburg, Harold Arlen


Companies, etc.




  • Phonographic Copyright (p)

    A&M Records, Inc.


  • Recorded At

    Carnegie Hall



Credits




  • Producer

    Phil Ramone



Notes


Gatefold sleeve. Insert glued to sleeve.


Barcode and Other Identifiers



  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Stamped): R213943A

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Stamped): R213943B

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 Stamped): R213943C

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 Stamped): R213943D



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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SP3515, SP-3515Groucho Marx
An Evening With Groucho
(2xLP, Album)
A&M Records, A&M RecordsSP3515, SP-3515US1972
CD6010Groucho Marx
An Evening With Groucho
(CD, Album, RE)
A&M RecordsCD6010USUnknown
SP3515, SP-3515Groucho Marx
An Evening With Groucho
(2xLP, Album, Ter)
A&M Records, A&M RecordsSP3515, SP-3515US1972
SP3515, SP-3515Groucho Marx
An Evening With Groucho
(2xLP, Album, Club, RE)
A&M Records, A&M RecordsSP3515, SP-3515USUnknown
SP3515, SP-3515Groucho Marx
An Evening With Groucho
(2xLP, Album, Pit)
A&M Records, A&M RecordsSP3515, SP-3515US1972