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Lew Irwin & The Credibility Gap - An Album Of Political Pornography mp3 track

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Performer: Lew Irwin
Title: An Album Of Political Pornography
Released: 1968
Style: Comedy
Category: Sounds
Rating: 4.4 ✦
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Tracklist

A1 Introduction - Voting Day 2:25
A2 Kennedy-LBJ Debate 2:39
A3 Drunk Voter 2:31
A4 Long Lines 3:35
A5 Gun Collector 3:05
A6 Johnson And Central Park Violence 3:38
A7 Dusty Hoofs 1:30
A8 Integrated Heart 0:40
A9 Faith Healing 4:26
B1 Icarus 2:52
B2 Abonimable Snow Man 3:22
B3 Soul On Ice 3:02
B4 Poway 2:43
B5 Conventional Convention 3:26
B6 Nixon-Agnew Dealer 1:42
B7 Humphrey Vs. Demonstrators 4:54

Credits

  • Music By [Songs By] – Len Chandler
  • Producer – Lew Irwin

Music By – Len Chandler. Producer – Lew Irwin.

Lew Irwin and The Credibility Gap with left to right John Gilliland, Thom Beck, Len Chandler, Richard Beebe, and Lew Irwin from An Album of Political Pornography. The Credibility Gap followed up this recording with the 1974 album A Great Gift Idea, which mixed satirical sketches with musical parodies McKean and Shearer played guitar and keyboards, respectively, on the album, augmented by members of the band Little Feat

Lew Irwin and The Credibility Gap with (left to right) John Gilliland, Thom Beck, Len Chandler, Richard Beebe, and Lew Irwin from An Album of Political Pornography. They first aired on the date of the 1968 California Primary. In 1968 (billed as "Lew Irwin and The Credibility Gap") they released An Album Of Political Pornography for Blue Thumb, consisting of highlights from their radio sketches. Thom Beck left in late 1968, and was replaced by Harry Shearer.

For the political term, see Credibility gap. The Credibility Gap was a satirical comedy team active from 1968 through 1979.

In 1968 (billed as "Lew Irwin and The Credibility Gap") they released An Album Of Political Pornography for Blue Thumb, consisting of highlights from their radio sketches. Then Lew Irwin left a few months later, being replaced by David L. Lander in February, 1969. Also writing and performing on the album was Michael McKean, who would be promoted to full membership after the album's release. Guest performers Christopher Ross, Morgan Upton and Albert Brooks would also work with the group during this era. Mark Deming writes of this transition

The Credibility Gap was a satirical comedy team active from 1968 through 1979.

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He was the original anchor/reporter at KABC-TV from 1957–1962 and the news director of Los Angeles radio stations KPOL, KRLA, KDAY, and KNX-FM. While at KRLA in the late 1960s, he created The Credibility Gap, a 15-minute news program, broadcast every three hours, that integrated topical satire and music with the news  .

Richard Beebe in the original line-up of Lew Irwin and The Credibility Gap (left to right): John Gilliland, Thom Beck, Len Chandler, Richard Beebe, and Lew Irwin from An Album of Political Pornography. Richard Beebe (c. 1930 – August 29, 1998) was an American radio personality who was on the air for five decades in Los Angeles and won two Golden Mic Awards. A founding member of The Credibility Gap, his experience and wit that moulded into its famous four man group.