Cutting Capers With Clyde (no label 730330) 1973?

 

 

This is an earlier album of live routines, recorded when Al and Clyde visited Harry Vickery’s Baptist Temple in Springfield, Missouri. In exchange for his hospitality, poor Brother Vickery gets a thorough raking over the coals, enduring an unending stream of put-downs from the mouth of Mr. Hyde, each followed by grotesque laughter. On two different occasions Clyde does a rendition of ‘Let The Sunshine In’ that is positively disturbed, making Little Marcy’s version sound downright normal in comparison. Great b&w photo of Clyde’s mug on the front cover.    (The Archivist, 4th Edition by Ken Scott).

I have not acquired this album yet.

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