Last week I mentioned Laff Records (Look forward to some raunchy gems in the next few weeks from LaWanda Page, Skillet and Leroy, Reynaldo Rey, Howard Thomashefsky and others). Laff joined a handful of other prolific labels that specialized in "Adults Only" comedy. Other labels that dealt with the genre were Dooto, Kent, After Hour Records, Surprise, StereOddities, Jubilee and Fax. Fax Records mostly pressed suggestive comedy LPs by a scrawny nerd named Bert Henry. Henry's suggestive LPs were in direct contrast to his day job working in the chorus of The Golden Horseshoe Revue in Disneyland. Several of the Fax LPs were "Stag Party" albums with a naked woman on the cover. Today we listen to one of Fax's more obscure (and less dirty) offerings by a stand-up comedian named Stu Gilliam. Gilliam was very busy in nineteen seventies television and film and one of only two actors to work constantly in both Hanna-Barbera cartoons and Blaxploitation movies (Scatman Crothers was the other thespian to partake in this unlikely combo). Listen to this lo-fi and surprisingly normal comedy LP from Fax - Stu Gilliam at the Basin Street West here.