Sunday, November 23, 2008

By Henry Gibson

This is another case of a comedian making an album that gets re-released after they get popular years later. Gibson, in case you don't recall, hit it big on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In", best known for the funny poems he would recite. He does a lot of that here too, but I think here he seems more like a charming (if slightly odd) young country boy. It's still a pretty interesting album to listen to though. Hope you like it!

Here's the track list:
  1. How to Write a Poem
  2. The Alligator
  3. Why I Like Soap
  4. The Newspaper
  5. How to Skin a Polecat
  6. How Now, Calpurnia
  7. The Feather
  8. Here Today--Gone Tomorrow
  9. A Little Bit About Myself
  10. How to Take Care of the Plum Tree
  11. Happiness Can Be Yours for Little or No Money
  12. Reflections of New York: Broadway/I Fell Down the Subway
  13. The Coyote
  14. Two Functional Poems: A Birthday/The Wedding
  15. Education Is Important
  16. What Freedom Means to Me in 25 Words or Less
  17. Why I Like Poetry
Click here or here or here to download!



He didn't have a kiddie show. This isn't a children's album.

Kaneda Jones said...

Hows that relevent? He never said he was or did.

Jim said...

I tried to download this and the Jose Jimenez albums....both have dead links.

Tony said...

I fixed both of these links, so they should be fine now. If you still have problems with them, let me know.


Way Out Junkman

BenOliver said...

Link works for me. Even now.
Amazing. Thank you so much, Tony.