Monty Python: Monty Python's Previous Record

Monty Python SKU: 39426468
Monty Python: Monty Python's Previous Record

Monty Python: Monty Python's Previous Record

Monty Python SKU: 39426468

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Monty Python's Previous Record
Artist: Monty Python
Label: Universal Uk
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602508061134
Genre: Comedy

Vinyl LP pressing. Monty Python's Previous Record is the third album by Monty Python. Released in 1972, it marked the group's first collaborations with regular sound engineer Andre Jacquemin and musician Neil Innes. It contains many sketches from the third series of Flying Circus, one (Fish Licence) from the second as well as an abridged version of "The Tale of Happy Valley" from the second German show. The album was released midway through the broadcast of Series 3, whose sketches featured on the album were all from it's first half, with the exception of "Dennis Moore" which aired a month later and therefore made it's debut here. The oldest sketch on the album, Eric Idle's "Radio Quiz Game", dates back to I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again where it was performed by Graeme Garden - Idle having subsequently performed the sketch himself on Do Not Adjust Your Set. The rest of the material was specially written for the album.

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