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Wanted anywhere.....

With getting for "The Bead Rapping of the Marquis de Sade. " ...he was wanted anywhere, but he snuck in anyway."

So you Thought Hip was New

I was in the third grade: we were on the road again. We played every coffie house and nightclub from San Diego to Hollywood: it was our last show in Southern California.The musicians: backup singers: even Dick Bock and his crew from World Pacific Records showed up and the theater it was packed. The show went well; my father , Lord Buckley recorded the straight version of everything mimicking; the bad words at there appropriate spots. After the show everyone left and they recorded "Maharaja" and "Scrooge" then after Dick Bock and his crew left. Lyle the wild Griffen snuck in and pulled out his webber stero recorder and they recorded his favorite piece, "The Bad Rapping of the Marquis De Sade" I remember my mother waking me up; I was sleeping on the stage. She put my sister and me in the 1956 Olds: with the trailer attached and we drove to our next gig in San Francisco: "The Hungry Eye". I was eight years old, at the time it was the best show I had ever seen. Feburary 12, 1959 Crown Prince Richard Buckley


Born: April 5, 1906 in Tuolumne, CA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s

"A most immaculately hip aristocrat," Lord Buckley was the epitome of comedy cool; a onetime vaudeville performer and a hulking ex-lumberjack, he was a comic philosopher, a bop monologuist whose vocalese fused the rhythms and patois of the street with the arch sophistication of the British upper crust to create verbal symphonies unparalleled in their intricacy and dexterity. A comedian who didn't tell jokes and a word-jazz virtuoso riffing madly on the English language, Buckley combined the frenetic...
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