Flip Wilson - The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress album FLAC
Alternate label design with added text on bottom of labels: "A Subsidiary of Street Corner Productions, Inc. 200 West 57 Street New York, NY".
1970 studio album by Flip Wilson. Studio album by. Flip Wilson. You Devil You (1968). The Flip Wilson Show (1970). She describes how the devil followed her on the street, flattered her with praise, showed her the dress in a shop window, pressed her into the shop, and then forced her to sign the preacher's name.
After The Flip Wilson Show ended, Wilson kept performing and acting until the 1990s, though at a reduced schedule. He hosted a short-lived revival of People are Funny in 1984, and had the lead role in the 1985-1986 sitcom Charlie & Co. Contents. He was also a regular cast member on Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In. DePatie-Freleng Enterprises featured Wilson in two TV specials, Clerow Wilson and the Miracle of . 14 and Clerow Wilson's Great Escape.
The Flip Wilson Show. A routine titled "Columbus," from the album Cowboys and Colored People, brought Wilson to Hollywood industry attention and would lead to the development of his own television show. In this bit, Wilson re-tells the story of Christopher Columbus from a slightly 'urban' perspective, in which Columbus finally convinces the Spanish monarchs to fund his voyage by noting that discovering America means that he can thus also discover Ray Charles. My Mother had this album when I was a kid. It is great to have it on CD. It is funny on how clearly I remember this album. I can almost recall it word for word.
Clerow "Flip" Wilson Jr. (December 8, 1933 – November 25, 1998) was an African American comedian and actor, best known for his television appearances during the late 1960s and 1970s. In the early 1970s, Wilson hosted his own weekly variety series, The Flip Wilson Show. DePatie-Freleng Enterprises featured Wilson in two TV specials, "Clerow Wilson and the Miracle of . 14" and "Clerow Wilson's Great Escape. The Flip Wilson Show. Wilson in a 1970 publicity shot. After The Flip Wilson Show ended its run, Wilson made guest appearances on numerous TV comedies and variety shows, such as Here's Lucy starring Lucille Ball and The Dean Martin Show among others.
|3||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress|
|5||Monologue Number Three|
|6||The Great Motor Bike & Tennis Show Race|
|7||Monologue Number One|
|8||Monologue Number Two|
NotesCassette tape comes in a snap-close white case with label attached as a sticker to the outside (see images)...for a LDC-1000 catalog number, I assume this was made/sold in 1970 like the LP and 8-Track releases, but there is no date listed on the cassette or case.
|LD-1000||Flip Wilson||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress (LP, Album)||Little David Records||LD-1000||US||1970|
|LD-1000||Flip Wilson||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress (LP, Album)||Little David Records||LD-1000||Canada||1970|
|LD-1000, LD 1000||Flip Wilson||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress (LP, Album, Roc)||Little David Records, Little David Records||LD-1000, LD 1000||US||1970|
|LD-1000||Flip Wilson||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress (LP, Album)||Atlantic||LD-1000||Australia||1972|
|LD 1000, LD-1000||Flip Wilson||The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress (LP, Album, PR )||Little David Records, Little David Records||LD 1000, LD-1000||US||Unknown|