Historic Words - David Frye - I Am The President (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Blue angels - The Blue Angels are back to Latrobe, PA for the Latrobe Airshow. You can watch them in action as they fly over head. Watch this video and visit our website for more helpful tra.
  2. David Frye I Am The President A1: Rocky Reports A2: Oh Dad, Poor Dad B1: It's A Gas B2: Late Night At The Office: Elektra USA: DF Dec EP: 1: David Frye A: My Way B: Farm Report: Elektra USA: EKS Mar 7" 3: David Frye A: Nixon Meets The Godfather B: Dick Nixon's Solid Gold: Buddah USA: BDA Promo Only 7" 1.
  3. All of which made a David Frye album, as Elektra Records founder and president Jac Holzman says today, seem "like a good idea at the time, so we assembled a bunch of people in the studio as an audience. We went to work on the substance of the album, and went and recorded it. David Frye was a pleasure to work with, the albums were easy to record.
  4. The first voice heard on David's ELEKTRA Records solo debut LP, I AM THE PRESIDENT (EKS) is that of Chuck McCann. Host of Let's Have Fun on NYC's WPIX TV in the early '60s, and the voice of the "Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs " bird in a series of cartoony TV ads, Chuck gets to lampoon here another of his famous commercials/5(5).
  5. May 31,  · referencing Charles Mingus Presents Charles Mingus, LP, Album, RE, What a disappointment. Unpacking a shiny new "audiophile" pressing (as advertised on cover) and then having to listen to a noisy crackling, and well worn record, that could have been made about 70 years ago/5().
  6. David Shapiro (November 21, – January 24, ), better known by the stage name David Frye, was an American comedian, specializing in comic imitations of famous political figures, most of whom were based on notable Americans, including former U.S. Presidents Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon, Vice Presidents Spiro Agnew and Nelson Rockefeller, Senators Hubert Humphrey and Bobby Born: November 21, , New York City, U.S.
  7. Jan 30,  · Comic and satirist David Frye, who rode a wave of popularity in the s with realistic, biting impressions of Richard Nixon, Lyndon Johnson and Author: KEVIN DOLAK.
  8. Comedian and impressionist David Frye was a superior voice mimic who could reproduce the voices of any number of political figures and show-biz celebrities, but it was his impersonation of Richard M. Nixon that propelled him to stardom in the late '60s and early '70s, and 's I Am the President captured him at the peak of his fame. While there's a noticeable level of comic exaggeration in 6/

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