tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.comments2013-05-08T08:26:44.547-07:00Happiness Through Stand UpJames Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10122988420689775081noreply@blogger.comBlogger9125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-64158640977612943382013-05-08T08:26:44.547-07:002013-05-08T08:26:44.547-07:00James
Just read this - really good. If you're...James<br />Just read this - really good. If you're lookiing to add a little bit more to it - maybe go a bit alternative then here's a list you could read out... It's the catalogue numbers of all the Beatle releases in order - it might just fit a setup punch framework... Or it could be bollocks..<br />Cheers<br />Colin<br />NH 66833<br />R 4949<br />R 4983<br />R 5015<br />R 5055<br />R 5084<br />LYN 492<br />NH 52906<br />NH 52275<br />R 5114<br />NH 52317<br />R 5160<br />R 5200<br />DP 562<br />LYN 757<br />R 5265<br />R 5305<br />R 5389<br />LYN 948<br />R 5452<br />R 5493<br />LYN 1145<br />R 5570<br />R 5620<br />R 5655<br />LYN 1360<br />R 5675<br />R 5722<br />LYN 1743/4<br />R 5777<br />R 5786<br />R 5814<br />APPLES 1002<br />LYN 1970/1<br />R 5833<br />BS 24<br />R 6013<br />SPSR 401<br />R 6016<br />NB 1<br />R 6022<br />R 6055<br />RP 4949<br />AFS 1<br />BSC 1<br />RP 4983<br />RP 5015<br />RP 5055<br />RP 5084<br />RP 5114<br />RP 5160<br />RP 5200<br />RP 5265<br />RP 5305<br />RP 5389<br />RP 5452<br />RP 5493<br />RP 5570<br />RP 5620<br />RP 5655<br />BAKPAK 1004<br />RP 5675<br />RP 5722<br />RP 5722<br />RP 5786<br />RP 5814<br />CD BSC 1<br />RP 5833<br />CD BSCP 1<br />R 6406<br />R 6422<br />R 6425<br />Colin Harrishttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14599626129357079400noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-49066638602362983162013-03-13T02:51:28.385-07:002013-03-13T02:51:28.385-07:00I think Johnny Wreck would like to do that gig.I think Johnny Wreck would like to do that gig.James Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10122988420689775081noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-29514215196807998632013-03-13T02:28:06.622-07:002013-03-13T02:28:06.622-07:00i have a gig that would love it: http://noblefailu...i have a gig that would love it: http://noblefailure.orgdear the interwebs,http://www.blogger.com/profile/09006965835845607772noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-83738789682374293842013-03-11T17:56:35.113-07:002013-03-11T17:56:35.113-07:00Johnny Wreck was awesome. As an act I loved trying...Johnny Wreck was awesome. As an act I loved trying to guess what you were talking about under the numbers. It was eye opening as a lesson in the rhythm and beat of a set and it's delivery. The expectation of a punchline even with numbers. <br /><br />Having seen Man in the Moon recently it did remind me of Kaufman and the freedom that act's like him allowed themselves. Less fear of failure and a keenness for a comedic adventure into the unknown. <br /><br />Glad you gave it a go. Totally made me want to give it a go somewhere. Can Johnny claim numbers for himself as his material? lol. <br /><br />Hope you'll bring him back next month with more numbers, or random letters or words.... It would be interesting to see Johnny Progress. Please enter him in a competition.<br />Gareth Berlinerhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14398515553712491120noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-47893934407420648052013-03-11T10:23:31.455-07:002013-03-11T10:23:31.455-07:00Isn't that what Edinburgh is anyway?
They did ...Isn't that what Edinburgh is anyway?<br />They did a short show a few years back which was comedians reading from the phone book for ten minutes, but if you had say, ten acts doing it, apeing their own styles, it could be fun.Jason Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17909062323785596030noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-21525141009638437562013-03-11T09:34:41.405-07:002013-03-11T09:34:41.405-07:00Shit Jason, that's a really good idea. Comedi...Shit Jason, that's a really good idea. Comedians Counting. An experiment in seeing what people will show up to watch.James Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10122988420689775081noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-31213894815293300852013-03-11T09:32:37.712-07:002013-03-11T09:32:37.712-07:00Really good mate, very interesting way to do it.
I...Really good mate, very interesting way to do it.<br />I have a bit at the minute that has a reference in it that not everyone in the room would be aware of but it gets big laughs anyway.<br />When I was talking to another comic about it, we agreed that the laugh came because when I do it it LOOKS like a punchline.<br />You should maybe think about it as an Edinburgh show, have a few comics on who have to pick up the numbers from the comic who just left the stage, can imagine Stewart Lee doing it one way, Phil Nichol another.<br />Just a thought like.Jason Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17909062323785596030noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-58321625884939706442012-08-29T01:23:44.825-07:002012-08-29T01:23:44.825-07:00Sorry - you are?Sorry - you are?James Cookhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10122988420689775081noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-4292291943447862793.post-19107964872440654312012-08-29T01:19:41.640-07:002012-08-29T01:19:41.640-07:00Enjoying this blog, James, though I admit it took ...Enjoying this blog, James, though I admit it took me several years before I remembered your name. Jon Wilkshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/09906448820283837448noreply@blogger.com