I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus

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The click of an electric typewriter switch is heard as a man by the name of, uh, Clem boards a bus full of clueless clowns going to The Future Fair ("A fair for all and no fair to anybody!") While the fair is a smooth-running machine spouting revisionist historical/political dogma and doing its best to maintain order on the fairgrounds, nothing is what it seems - and Clem has a hidden agenda. Or is it all just an eerily prescient dream?

I Think We're All Bozos On This Bus (1971)
LP Columbia C30737
CD Mobile Fidelity MFCD 880

Rewritten from re-cycled materials and reproduced April-June 1971 by
David Ossman, Philip Proctor, Peter Bergman, Phil Austin

and performed by The Firesign Theatre with
Tiny as "Ann" and Annalee as "Mickey"
and Sheilah & Amanda, Gai & Tracy, Bill & Joan, Jon & Katherine,
Alizon & Devin, Oona, Richard, Annie, Stephen, Edgar, Jill, Mike
and C. D. as Bozos, Boogies and Beaners,
and with Phil and Bill, two Canteen ladies; two guards named Joe,
Kenner, and Dan The Electrician speaking for the Future.
Keyboard stylings by Annalee of Mixville.
Album engineered by Bill Drimi and Phil Cross.
Album photography by John Rose at C. D. Taylor's XMIX Studios.
This album will take exactly 38:49 out of your future. Thank you.
Music © 1971 espeseth Music Music Music (ASCAP)
All other material © 1971 4 or 5 Krazy Guys Publishing

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