Philip Proctor, Peter Bergman - The Comedy of PROCTOR AND BERGMAN mp3 album
Proctor and Bergman was a comedy duo consisting of Philip Proctor and Peter Bergman. The two started performing in 1973 while taking a break from the four-man comedy act The Firesign Theatre, with the comedy album "TV or Not TV", on which they based a short film in 1978. They reunited the Firesign Theatre in 1974, but resumed their duo act in 1975 during a second temporary split of the Firesigns, and continued to perform as a duo during several breaks of the Firesign Theatre until Bergman's death in 2012.
Proctor and Bergman was a comedy duo consisting of Philip Proctor and Peter Bergman.
Artist: The Firesign Theatre, Peter Bergman, David Ossman, Philip Proctor, Philip Austin. Album: Shoes For Industry! The Best Of The Firesign Theatre. Download David Ossman, Peter Bergman, Philip Austin, Philip Proctor, The Firesign Theatre - The Breaking Of The President.
Callback" – new; a listener (Proctor) calls a radio DJ (Bergman) but forgets to turn his radio down. The Man Who Eats Watches – a new skit featuring German Wacko Krank (Bergman) and a waiter (Proctor), mostly in the Firesign Theatre's usual surrealist vein. Hundred-Dollar Shine – new; shoe-shine boy Bergman charges Proctor an outrageous price for a shine. This album was originally released on LP: LP - PC-33687. Smith, Ronald L. The Goldmine Comedy Record Price Guide. The New Rolling Stone Record Guide.
Peter Bergman (2). Real Name: Peter Paul Bergman. In Groups: The Firesign Theatre. Variations: Viewing All Peter Bergman (2). Bergman, P. Bergman. Proctor & Bergman - TV Or Not TV: A Video Vaudeville In Two Acts (Album). Philip Proctor, Peter Bergman (2) - The Comedy of PROCTOR AND BERGMAN (7", MiniAlbum, Promo). Philip Proctor & Peter Bergman (2) - Communist Love Song, Nasi Goring (7", Promo).
1975 live album by Proctor and Bergman. What This Country Needs. Live album by. Proctor and Bergman. The title is taken from a song Philip Proctor and Peter Bergman wrote, which parodies Vice President Thomas R. Marshall's famous quote, "What this country needs is a good five-cent cigar". The song says what this country needs is "a good five-cent joke". The album's cover art mimics a cardboard cigar box lid, with a painting of Proctor dressed as a field worker in jean overalls and a straw hat, with Bergman dressed in a suit as the plantation owner. Proctor holds up a wad of cash, while Bergman holds a handful of cigars .
The Firesign Theatre s Peter Bergman passed away in 2012. Philip Austin died in 2015. Remaining Firesigns Phil Proctor and David Ossman have worked since then to preserve the long heritage of their collaboration. Their classic scripts were gathered in the book Marching to Shibboleth in 2013. All their major albums are still in print, some eighty hours of their early radio broadcasts have been released in the book/DVD set Duke of Madness Motors, and two matching volumes preserve their early radio plays (Exorcism In Your Daily Life) and stage plays (Profiles in Barbeque Sauce). Sadly, they were compensated as if they were The Archies of Comedy, an American fictional garage band founded by Archie Andrews, Reggie Mantle, Jughead Jones, Veronica Lodge and Betty Cooper.
Give Us A Break is a 1978 comedy album by comedy duo Proctor and Bergman, one half of the comedy group Firesign Theatre. Hot Rock Radio - 0:30". Brainduster Memory School - 1:30". Consumer Watchdog - 1:25". Fab Fad Fashions - 1:30".
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- Co-producer – Peter Bergman , Philip Proctor
- Written By – Peter Bergman , Philip Proctor
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From Mercury's Album "GIVE US A BREAK" SMR-1-3719