Rich Little With Les Lye - My Fellow Canadians mp3 flac
- Album: My Fellow Canadians
- MP3: 1981 mb | FLAC: 1525 mb
- Released: 1963
- Style: Comedy
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 839
- Format: AU VOX RA MMF APE MOD WAV
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Les Lye, a Canadian actor and broadcasterbest known in the United States as a cast member of the children'scomedy show ''You Can't Do That on Television,'' died Tuesday inOttawa. He was 84. His death was announced by the Canadian network CTV. You Can’t Do That on Television, a sort of junior version of Laugh-In, had its premiere in 1979 on the Ottawa station CJOH-TV. Mr. Lye began his broadcast career in 1948 at the talk radio station CFRA, where he worked with the comedian and impersonator Rich Little. They made a comedy album, My Fellow Canadians. In 1961, he joined CJOH as a freelance writer and performer. Continue reading the main story.
My Fellow Canadians - and it was a big hit. You and Les Lye. Les, of course, is now best known for You Can't Do That On Television. Rich Little: I was doing the all-night show at Radio CFRA as a disc jockey and I did a lot of voices. It was the first time I did The Christmas Carol. Rich Little: Yes. Kliph Nesteroff: On one episode you were supposed to appear with Les Lye, but you two were canceled because the CBC felt it was "inappropriate to show an episode with them during an election campaign.
The unusually large number of voices that he performed in that LP, all of which were Canadian, is topped in this, his newest release. Twenty-two personalities, of international fame are impersonated here in the perennial portrayal of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol
In 1963, Little issued two LPs in Canada; the first, My Fellow Canadians, concentrated on Canadian political satire and featured Little and two other actors impersonating figures well-known to a Canadian audience. In the early 1960s, Little began hosting a radio talk-show on CJET in Smiths Falls, Ontario.
Bear With Me, My Fellow Canadians - Poem by Raymond Farrell. Bear with me, my fellow Canadians Me in my mundaneness And you in yours The Sexual Revolution That pushed the boundaries Back in the 1960s Is long gone And oh so vanilla And the LBGT bunch Are getting boring No - I tell you The envelope is getting pushed And the rainbow banner Under which all lovers Of sexual freedom march Is soon.
Rich has appeared on countless variety shows over the years, often hosting The Tonight Show. He starred in his own weekly series, The Rich Little Show, and on the TV show, Kopy Kats. He has appeared on soap operas and numerous television dramas. He has made three HBO comedy specials, including Rich Little's Christmas Carol, in which he played all the roles of the Dickens classic, winning top prizes at the Montreux Festival in Switzerland and earning an Emmy in the United States. He has appeared in several movies, recently starring as Johnny Carson in the HBO movie, The Late Shift
|A1||Radio TV Press Conference||4:08|
|A2||Tribute To A Canadien||1:04|
|A4||The Quiz Contestant||3:16|
|A5||Hockey Night In Canada||0:37|
|A6||Grey Cup Kickoff||1:22|
|A9||Bedtime Story With "Mr Canada"||1:33|
|B2||Enjoyment Or Annoyment?||0:49|
|B3||The All Canadian||1:17|
|B7||One More Time||0:44|