A salute to the pioneering comedy team of Bob & Ray, featuring a new interview with Bob Elliott, many excerpts from Bob & Ray recordings, and some recent appreciative comments by another comedy great Tom Lehrer. Host Andy Moore is “mighty grateful” to know Bob Elliott & Tom Lehrer, and wishes he had met Ray Goulding. All Bob & Ray recordings are available on Amazon.com.
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Keywords for Episode 17:
Bob & Ray, Bob Elliott, Ray Goulding, Tom Lehrer, Wally Ballou, Boston, radio, WHDH, Fisherman’s News Service, Sunny Side Up, Robert Benchley, Kurt Vonnegut, Maine, Matinee with Bob & Ray, Jack Headstrong, Grit, Smurge, Whiff, Einbinder Flypaper, NBC, Aunt Penny’s Sunlit Kitchen, Hard Luck Stories, The Word Wizard, Garish Summit, One Fella’s Family, Just Fancy Dan, the Barber of Hartsdale, Just Plain Bill, Mr. Treat, Chaser of Lost Persons, man on the street, Tippy the Wonder Dog, Tom Cook, The Gathering Dusk, Mary Backstayge Cast Party, Grand National Spelling Bee, Steven Wright, Seinfeld, Charles the Poet, Slow Talkers of America, Mary McGoon’s Recipe for Frozen Ginger Ale Salad, Chris Elliott, Abby Elliott, Two Rode West, David Pollock, Bob and Ray—Keener Than Most Persons, Amazon.com