The Firesign Theatre Waiting For The Electrician Or Someone Like Him CD

The Firesign Theatre

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

Waiting For the Electrician... preceded the stage and radio shows TFT was to create over the next few years.

"Electrician is an album of the Sixties. If there had been no more from us, Electrician would sum up Amerika as of that historic Summer. And it's still pure Underground Radio. Tune in and pump up the volume!

"Remember, what ya don't mean won't hurt ya..." - David Ossman, December 1991

"...As we wrote for the recorded version, we found that the Electrician himself appeared as the electricity needed to drive the record itself an din the title, but not much of anywhere else. The theme - power and electricity, power and politics - was to insinuate itself into the body of our work that was yet to come. If a switch can be turned on, it can presumably be turned off." - Phil Austin, December 1991

1. Temporarily Humbolt County
2. W.C. Fields Forever
3. Le Trente-Huit Cunegonde
4. Waiting For the Electrician Or Someone Like Him

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