The Firesign Theatre How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All? Mint CD

The Firesign Theatre

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The Firesign Theatre are comprised of Phil Austin, Peter Bergman, David Ossman and Philip Proctor.

Written and recorded over an exciting year stretching between 1968 and 1969, this extended entertainment is one of the most complex of the Firesign Theatre's many works. It is a double-edged paean to dualities, as the title more than suggests.

It is made up of two stories. The first is a stream-of-consciousness tale called "How Can You Be In Two Places at Once, When You're Not Anywhere At All?" The other is what might be called a stream-of-self-consciousness detective story entitled "The Further Adventures of Nick Danger". These two stories intertwine with each other in many interesting ways, not the least of which was the fact that the original home to these recordings was that antique form known as the twelve-inch vinyl record album. As you listen on your CD and you hear Nick Danger check "the other side" for his own presence, you will think that he means the 'other side', perhaps, meaning the World Beyond. Or perhaps, the other side of the globe from which the Chinese have not fallen. In fact, "sides" were sides of a two-sided disc when HCYB was recorded.

How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All?

1. Ralph Spoilsport Mantrum
2. Zeno's Evil
3. Land of the Pharohs
4. Vacancy - No Vacancy
5. Lonesome American Choo-Choo
6. Policeman's Brawl
7. Yankee Doodle
8. Uber Dubbing Over Ales
9. You Ain't Got No Friends
10. Babes in Kahki
11. Bringing The War Back Home
12. TV or Not TV
The Further Adventures of Nick Danger Private Eye
13. Loosner's Advertisement

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