Laff Records is a record label I have always been interested in, mostly due to their LP cover art that often combined the best elements of comic book visuals and 1970s porno motifs. They were the domain of many obscure African-American acts that performed material too dirty to gain national exposure and every now and then they pressed an LP by a washed-up white guy. Such is the case with the album Should Lesbians Be Allowed to Play Pro Football by the star of Car 54 Where Are You, Joe E. Ross. Here's my super scratchy copy of the album in its entirety for your awkward listening pleasure - with more Laff Records to come in the next several weeks. Read the liner notes from the Joe E. Ross album here.