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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Another Monty Python Record on Discogs.4/5(44).
  2. Another Monty Python Record is the second album produced by the Monty Python comedy group, released in Dissatisfied with their monaural BBC debut album released the previous year, the group took full control of the follow-up, which would be the first release of a six-album deal with Charisma Records in the UK. Most of the material is from the second BBC series of Monty Python Genre: Comedy.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Another Monty Python Record / Monty Python's Previous Record on Discogs. Label: Kama Sutra - KSBS • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Non-Music • Style: Dialogue, Comedy5/5(1).
  4. MONTY PYTHON Another Monty Python Record ( US track LP on the 'madhatter' Charisma label, spoof picture sleeve with deletion notch. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl appears barely played CAS).
  5. Monty Python Another Monty Python Record - 2Nd USA Vinyl LP Record CAS Another Monty Python Record - 2nd Monty Python CAS Charisma
  6. In a motif established on their first long-player, Monty Python's Flying Circus (), much of the material incorporated into Another Monty Python Record () was derived from the less visually oriented surrealistic sketches from their BBC television program. More importantly, this disc was the first to be issued throughout North America -- although the show was initially .
  7. The company had been established by Tony Stratton-Smith in , the same year ‘Monty Python’s Flying Circus’ was first screened on the BBC. The Pythons had a file of sketches that were familiar from the second television series over the Autumn of and these were utilised when ‘Another Monty Python Record’ was recorded in
  8. Stake Your Claim. Game Show Host (John Cleese): Good evening and welcome to 'Stake Your Claim'.First this evening we have with us Mr Norman Voles of Gravesend who claims he wrote all Shakespeare's works. Mr Voles, I understand you claim that you wrote all those plays normally attributed to Shakespeare?

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