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BEYOND THE FRINGE '64 <br> Original Broadway Cast Volume 2 <br> by Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore & Paxton Whitehead <br> 1964 (Capitol Records - Out of Print)

Details: Capitol W-2072, mono, black label with rainbow perimeter, logo above hole, promotional copy, 1964

Condition: Vinyl VG+ (very clean with good luster, some light scuffs and scratches, owner's name written on label), Jacket VG+ (seams holding well, mild wear, no marks except for owner's name written at upper top edge of front cover and blue ink promotion stamp on back stating "Free Promotional Album Not To Be Sold".)

Out of Print and Not Available as CD.

From the All Music Guide:
British humor at its best, Beyond The Fringe was a hilarious ensemble of four of the finest, cutting-edge comedians and satirists in London at the time: Dudley Moore, Peter Cook, Alan Bennett and Paxton Whitehead. The routines contained herein are the reasons why this group is so fondly remembered to Brits to this day. Moore and Cook's "One Leg Too Few," the story of a stunt actor - with one leg - applying for the role of Tarzan, is easily one of the most famous British comedy pieces ever. Also excellent is Moore's "Song" which is a twisted version of Brect-Weill's "Whisky Bar." Historically important, too, as Beyond The Fringe was the springboard from where Moore and Cooke formed a lasting partnership that, at least immediately, resulted in 1967's film masterpiece, "Bedazzled".

The tracks are:
1. Home Thoughts From Abroad
2. The English Way of Death
3. Song
4. Royal Box
5. One Leg Too Few
6. Two English Songs
7. Lord Cobbold / The Duke
8. Real Class
9. A Piece of My Mind
10. Great Train Robbery

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