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The Firesign Theatre|How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All (Album Version)

How Can You Be In Two Places At Once When You're Not Anywhere At All (Album Version)

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Featuring better production than the debut album, Two Places at Once is a much tighter affair, with much happening throughout. Side one features a number of smaller sketches, with social commentary interwoven with smart television and radio parodies. It's side two, however, that makes this album worth having. The side-long "Further Adventures of Nick Danger" is a nearly perfect parody of a detective radio play, with sharp wordplay and interesting characters. The more fully developed nature of the piece makes the album worth repeated listening, which isn't the case with many other comedy albums released at about the same time.
© Sean Carruthers /TiVo

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1
The Ralph Spoilsport Mantrum (Album Version)
00:04:20

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

2
Zeno's Evil (Album Version)
00:04:33

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
The Land Of The Pharoahs (Album Version)
00:02:47

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Vacancy - No Vacancy (Album Version)
00:01:33

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
The Lonesome American Choo-Choo Don' Wan' Stop Here Any Mo' (Album Version)
00:07:34

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Babes In Khaki (Album Version)
00:03:52

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
TV Or Not TV (Album Version)
00:03:38

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
The Further Adventures Of Nick Danger (Album Version)
00:28:11

Jack Lattig, Engineer - William Driml, Engineer - P. Bergman, Composer - P. Bergman, Lyricist - David Grimm, Organ - P. Austin, Composer - P. Austin, Lyricist - Philp Proctor, Performer - P. Proctor, Composer - P. Proctor, Lyricist - David Ossman, Performer - D. OSSMAN, Composer - D. OSSMAN, Lyricist - Grateful Boogies, Organ - Cyrus Faryar, Producer - Peter Bergman, Performer - Philip Austin, Performer - Vic Anesini, Mastering Engineer - The Firesign Theatre, Performer

Originally Released 1969 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Album Description

Featuring better production than the debut album, Two Places at Once is a much tighter affair, with much happening throughout. Side one features a number of smaller sketches, with social commentary interwoven with smart television and radio parodies. It's side two, however, that makes this album worth having. The side-long "Further Adventures of Nick Danger" is a nearly perfect parody of a detective radio play, with sharp wordplay and interesting characters. The more fully developed nature of the piece makes the album worth repeated listening, which isn't the case with many other comedy albums released at about the same time.
© Sean Carruthers /TiVo

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