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Richard Nixon Superstar Original recording, Live, Limited Edition, Explicit Lyrics

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18 Skits Gabe Kaplan of Welcome Back Kotterone of thewriter/performers with Frye Great cover art Nixon looking like Jesus with an angelon one side and a devil on the other rare record

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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: 1970
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording, Live, Limited Edition, Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Buddah
  • Run Time: 40 minutes
  • ASIN: B000K1XVL4
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #704,798 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Vinyl
Published in 1971, RICHARD NIXON SUPERSTAR was David Frye's third political comedy album and his first for BUDDAH Records.

Gabe Kaplan (WELCOME BACK, KOTTER) is a contributing writer and is heard briefly (as Jerry Rubin). Impressionist David Frye portrays Nixon (hereinafter, RMN) and fourteen others. Except for Muhammad Ali, his voices are spot-on caricatures.

Narrated by Billy Graham, it's a biographical spoof of RMN that begins with the day he's born. RMN's first campaign: grammar school blackboard monitor. His phone request for a date is rejected. RMN lobbies Whittier High's football coach for a chance to play. In 1969, he's sworn in as Superstar. RMN's wage and price freeze policy. A foreign affairs about-face (Chinese laundry blackout). RMN muses over the upcoming '72 elections. He enlists Gov. Rocky's help in derailing an opponent, NYC Mayor John Lindsey. Rev. Billy Graham chastises Henry K. for his dating escapades. George Wallace on a possible black vice president. Sen. Fulbright chairs a meeting of top Dems on campaign strategy and candidate options.

RMN discusses forced retirement with FBI director J. Edgar Hoover. Chicago's Mayor Daley on his and Chi-town's negative image. RMN's talk with schoolkids on letters of the alphabet. After hearing a David Brinkley's Journal on the presidential campaign, RMN meets with a minority (Muhammad Ali), an agrarian (Lyndon Johnson) and a hippie (Jerry Rubin). RMN's yearly address to the nation is a "going out of business" sale.

[1:00] The Parable
[1:13] a. The Birth
[2:19] b. The Election
[1:13] c. The Date
[1:38] d.
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