Firesign Theatre, The: How Can You Be In Two Places At Once

Firesign Theatre, The: How Can You Be In Two Places At Once

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1969. Original Issue. Columbia CS 9884. VG****

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How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You’re Not Anywhere at All is the second comedy album recorded by The Firesign Theatre. It was originally released in 1969 by Columbia Records. Featuring “The Further Adventures of Nick Danger”.

The front cover of the album features photographs of Groucho Marx and John Lennon framed by faux Cyrillic lettering, “ДLL НДІL МДЯЖ LЄИИФИ”. Because of this, the album is sometimes erroneously referred to as “All Hail Мarx and Lennon”.

There are several bars in the United States named “Nick Danger’s”. There is a clothing line called “Nick Danger”, as well as a garage band, a porn star, a site about board games (now defunct), and a radio DJ all using the name. “Rocky Rococo” is the name of a pizza-and-pasta restaurant chain based in Wisconsin, and there is a “Betty Jo Byoloski’s” (sic) bar and grill in downtown Winona, Minnesota.

Those guys are so crazy, they just fell right over.”


1969. Original Issue. Columbia CS 9884. VG****

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