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March 23, 2008

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Lew Adams

ThThank you for posting this album. I am currently in search of any LAFF album I can get my hands on. So when I saw your link to Joe Ross' album, I almost died. Thank you so much. Please continue posting any other LAFF albums you have.

Heather

I have a LAFF album that needs a new home. It's titled "Sonny and Pepper" from 1973. Contact me at purgingmyhome@gmail.com if you're interested.

dave w from paterson

i'm glad i had a chance to hear this material. joe e ross was not the greatest comic onstage, but there is nobody could do ritzik or toody any better.

dave w from paterson

i'm glad i had a chance to hear this material. joe e ross was not the greatest comic onstage, but there is nobody could do ritzik or toody any better.

dave w from paterson

be careful if you see 'car 54' dvd's on ebay. i bought some from someone in florida and there are some really bad copies. supposedly, the shows are public domain, and have never been issued by the studio or network. so a little blur is acceptable. some of these just skip to the next episode, and that sucks. so - ooh ooh - watch out.

Listener Kliph

Specially when you can watch most of those for free here:

http://www.guba.com/all/search?fields=8&query=-86817652

Todd Morgan

Where can we find Dynamite's 'Super Spook'& 'Blows your mind' from mid 70's on Laff records? I've looked everywhere!

Ron Drozen

Wow, I really had no idea that LAFF RECORDS had this big a following. Luis Drozen was my grandfather and seeing all this really brings back so many memories. He really loved the business and I know that he'd be very pleased and touched that you've all kept his memory and dream alive. I honestly thought that I was nearly the only person that still recalled LAFF RECORDS and what it meant to the comedy era he helped build. I have the logo tattooed on my arm but no one ever recognizes it. Thanks again to all his fans. - Ron Drozen

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