Presenting TDM's 2015 Halloween special! Bill brings you a ghoulish splattering of Halloween novelty tunes ranging from the classics of SPIKE JONES and SCREAMIN' JAY HAWKINS, to the modern heaviness of the new ALICE COOPER-fronted collaboration, HOLLYWOOD VAMPIRES. Also horror comedy from PATTON OSWALT.
You may have heard of novelty music icon SPIKE JONES, but how about the rest of his City Slickers band? From the Devil's Mischief's vast vaults comes episode #392. Originally aired in 2011, it was a special birthday tribute to the band's straight-man singer, violinist and "gluggler": CARL GRAYSON. Also hear select tracks from GEORGE CARLIN and "WEIRD AL" YANKOVIC as they acknowledge their direct influence from Grayson and the Spike Jones band. You'll find no Wikipedia page for Carl Grayson, and only The Devil's Mischief can set the story straight!
In this "button fly" of an episode, hear the 1990s misanthropic humor of BILL HICKS, the zany comedy of HOWIE MANDEL, and novelty from BARNES & BARNES and SPIKE JONES. Also, GEORGE CARLIN reading some excerpts from his 2001 book "Napalm & Silly Putty".
Part two of a two-part VINTAGE NOVELTY special, hosted by Reverend Bill M.! Radio Free Satan's comedic host joins Lambert's Basement to bring you another unique assortment of whimsical oddities from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.
From the Devil's Mischief's vaults comes 2009's two-part HAPPY HOUR special! Pull up a bar stool and have a drink with Reverend Bill, and hear lush tales in part 1 from BILL HICKS, LARRY MILLER, BILL COSBY, and a whole lot more. It's not always pretty, it's not always heroic, but it's unforgettably damn hilarious on The Devil's Mischief.
Presenting part one of a two-part VINTAGE NOVELTY special, hosted by Reverend Bill M.! Radio Free Satan's comedic host joins Lambert's Basement to bring you an assortment of whimsical oddities from the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s, including the MARX BROTHERS, JIMMY DURANTE, EDDIE CANTOR, HARRY "THE HIPSTER" GIBSON, SPIKE JONES, and a whole lot more. No, we DO have bananas!
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