Friday, December 21, 2012

Crankin' It Up: A Little Levity


 Moran and Mack recorded this classic comedy series in the late 1920's and even though you won't find many real horse laughs on these records, none other than Kurt Vonnegut Jr. said that the story about eating flannel cakes was the funniest joke he had ever heard. You will hear lots of good lines you might use in daily life, such as "If ignorance was an alley, you'd be a boulevard." And "What would you say his parents were?" "Careless!" Fix yourself a hot drink, hit Play, and forget your troubles for a little while. This is set up as a play list, and all four records will run from one play click. It runs a bit over twenty-eight minutes total. If you don't have time for all four at once, you can play each record individually at my YouTube Channel.

Or, Sides 1 and 2,
Sides 3 and 4,
Sides 5 and 6,
Sides 7 and 8.

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