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Now that we have the inner circle here this evening, on this last show. I'd like to do one of the most unusual stories in storydom. It's about a hero in evil. A hero in evil called ""The Bad-Rapping of the Marquis de Sade"". The Marquis de Sade, as you know, was a very royal French nobleman, from a very wealthy family, that dug the chicks. And this cat made Pass City, as a matter of fact, they named Pasadena after this stud. And when he said ""Marie, come here!"" and she didn't, vrrrppppt, Boom!, he ???. He didn't like no waiting, you understand what I mean. An extract from the opening of, Lord Buckleys Bad rapping of the Marquis De SadeLord Buckley was the epitome of comedy cool; a onetime vaudeville performer and a hulking ex-lumberjack, he was a comic philosopher, a bop monologuist whose vocalese fused the rhythms and patois of the street with the arch sophistication of the British upper-crust to create verbal symphonies unparalleled in their intricacy and dexterity. A comedian who didn't tell jokes and a word-jazz virtuoso riffing madly on the English language, Buckley combined the frenetic intensity of Beat poetry with the lessons and moral heft of Biblical tales and historical discourse; holding court over the ""hipsters, flipsters and finger-poppin' daddies"" of the postwar era, he was a true visionary, the original rapper. His Lordship was born Richard Myrle Buckley on April 5, 1906 in Tuolumne, California, a mining town located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas. After spending his formative years as a lumberjack, in the mid-1920s Buckley set out to find work in the oil fields of Texas and Mexico; he never made it, instead teaming with a traveling guitarist to form a musical comedy act. By the 1930s he was in Chicago, emceeing in mob-owned speakeasies; there he became a protege of Al Capone, who set up the comedian with his own club, the Chez Buckley, where he performed backed by a cadre of jazz musicians. Constant vice-squad pressure soon forced Buckley out of town, however, and throughout the early 1940s he worked the vaudeville circuit, gaining a notorious reputation for ridiculing unhip audiences and smoking dope onstage. This album originally appeared in 1969 and is now being re-issued to reach old and a new generations of would be Buckley fans alike.

Bad Rapping of the Marquis de Sade

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