This week we sat with the hilarious Martha O'Neill and Karen O'Keefe to discuss their albums Fine Big Girl and Surprised Eyebrows. We touched on the process of recording an album, the state of comedy in Canada and the amazing powers of attraction granted to you on recording a comedy album. Thanks again to Karen and Martha for joining me and please go out and buy their albums today. You will not be disappointed.
We (Jason, Helena and Matt) had the joy of sitting down with Martha O'Neill and Andrew Fleming to discuss Robin Williams' debut album Reality... What A Concept. If you don't do drugs you'll surely feel like you've done them after going down the rabbit hole of Willams' album Reality... What a Concept. His rapid fire delivery, his off the cuff improvisational jokes and his pure joy is infectious and even when some of the panel may not have got the jokes they felt better for having listened to it.
For the full experience also listen to our earlier episode A Night At The Met with Robin Williams featuring Peter Hill and Sharilyn Johnson which is truly an interesting juxtaposition. Over the course of a few short years Robin dramatically changes his style and structure and when compared it really illustrates the scope of his talent.
Thanks for listening and remember before enjoying the podcast listen to the album for the full experience.
Join Jason Deline (@JasonDeline) as he sits with the near naked Dan Hershfield (@danhershfield), our first returning panelist and comedy producer extrordinare Martha O'Neill (@martha_oneill) plus comedy veteran Sean Browning (@sean_browning) while they chat about Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner's album 2000 Years With Carl Reiner & Mel Brooks from the Social Capital Theatre. Once again our engineer Andrea Miller keeps the tweeters tweeting and the woofers woofing.
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Join Jason (@JasonDeline), featured guest Craig Fay (@CraigFayComedy), Martha O'Neill (@martha_oneill) and Jeremy Woodcock (@jwPencilAndPad) as they examine the erudite comedy of Bob Newhart with his ground breaking album The Button-Down Mind Of Bob Newhart with thanks to engineer Andrea Miller for making us sound so good. This episode was recorded before a live audience on Thursday October 5th at The Social Capital Theater.