Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers is the Firesign Theatre's third comedy recording for Columbia Records, released in July 1970. In 1983, The New Rolling Stone Record Guide called it "the greatest comedy album ever made". All tracks by The Firesign Theatre. The Other Side" – 24:12. This was The Firesign Theatre's first album wherein a single theme took up both sides of the album.
The Firesign Theatre. FIRESIGN CHAT TONIGHT Featuring: at the request of Chatter Lil Proctor & Bergman's TV or NOT TV plus in tribute to the recently departed Walter Becker of the band Steely Dan two Cat Collages based on Steely Dan music A Firesign Asia and Show Biz Firesign Every Thursday evening at 9pm Eastern, fans of the FIRESIGN THEATRE hold a live chat at
Redirected from Firesign Theater). The Firesign Theatre (also known as The Firesigns) was an American surreal comedy group who first performed live on November 17, 1966 on the Los Angeles radio program Radio Free Oz, first on station KPFK FM, then on KRLA 1110 AM, then on KMET FM through February 1969.
The Not Insane album performed poorly, and the Firesigns would later claim to be disappointed with it. In the liner notes to the group’s 1993 greatest hits album, Shoes for Industry: The Best of the Firesign Theatre, Bergman criticized Not Insane, saying it "was when the Firesign was splitting apart; it was a fractious, fragmented album.
Dear Friends is the Firesign Theatre's fifth album to be released on Columbia Records. It is a compilation album, collecting the best bits from the group's nationally syndicated radio program produced from September 1970 to February 1971. Compilation album by. The Firesign Theatre.