Saturday, November 9, 2013

Bob Camp on Comedy-O-Rama, Nancy Cartwright on Joe Bev Experience, and more!

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Ren & Stimpy co-creator Bob Camp plays Uncle Goopie on Joe Bev's Camp Waterlogg Chronicles, part of The Comedy-O-Rama Hour, just one of FIVE audio hours Joe Bev creates every week.

Joe Bev and Sophie in the woods of Napanoch, NY
And Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson acts with Joe Bev on Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop, part of The Joe Bev Experience hour.

Plus, Bill Marx, the son of Harpo Marx reads from his autobiography as part of The Joe Bev Audio Theater hour.

In addition, Joe Bev presents an hour of early 78 RPM records on The Jazz-O-Rama Hour and rare Yogi Bear audio on his Cartoon Carnival hour.

Joe Bev produces FIVE podcasts per week under the collective title The Joe Bev Hour, 
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Also featured will be a new Uncle Dunkle story Billy Peck, Tightrope Waddler, a parody of Humphrey Bogart, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet called The Mysterious Thief of Thieves, installments of The Adventures of Teaman and Willoughby and the Professor, and more.
The Comedy-O-Rama Hour
Camp Waterlogg: Happy Birthday, Uncle Goopie
The Camp is preparing for a big birthday bash for former Camp Waterlogg owner, Uncle Goopie who is now a hermit in a cave who only comes out once a year on his birthday. Uncle Goopie is played by Bob Camp, co-creator of Ren & Stimpy.

Says Joe Bev, ''Bob is not only a cartoonist, comic book artist, director, and producer, but a great actor as well! His character Uncle Goopie really sparkles and brighten up our little radio comedy. Uncle Goopie is a character I created for him as a tribute to Howard Morris; Bob plays him like Ernest T. Bass and the name comes from the This is Your Life sketch from Your Show of Shows with Morris, Sid Caesar and Carl Reiner.''

Camp has been nominated for two Emmys, a CableACE Award, and an Annie Award for his work on The Ren & Stimpy Show.

Before there was Glenn Miller there was Ray Miller. These are the less artists who helped created jazz as an art form and who first employed Benny Goodman, The Dorsey Brothers and all the legends we now hold in reverence, says Jazz-O-Rama host Joe Bev, who remasters the 78 RPM recordings to bring out their former fidelity.
The Jazz-O-Rama Hour
Phorgotten Pioneers

Hells Bells - Art Kassel and His Kassels in the Air (1932)
Bye-Bye Blackbird - The George Olsen Orchestra - RCA Victor (1926)
No One Knows What It's All About - Bennie Krueger and his Orchestra (1924)
On a Night Like This - Benjamin Franklin Hotel Orchestra, Howard Lanin (1925)
Sugar Babe, I'm Leavin'! - Blue Steele and His Orchestra (1927)
Gold Digger - Johnny Ringer's Rosemont Orchestra (1927)
San - Alabama Red Peppers (1928)
September In The Rain - Jack Hyden and His Orchestra (1937)
You're the Cream in My Coffee - Sam Lanin's Majestic Dance Orchestra (1928)
Pastafazoola - Harry Reser and His Six Jumping Jacks (1927)
I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate - Ray Miller Orchestra (1928)
Rhythm of the Day - Adrian Schubert Orchestra / The Clevelanders (1926)
Crazy Rhythm - Fred Elizalde Band (1928)
Whoopee! Medley - Bob Haring's Velvetone Orchestra (1928)
Hells Bells - Art Kassel and his Kassels in the Air (1933)


The Joe Bev Experience
Scenes from the Daws Butler Workshop #1 & 2

Nancy Cartwright (the voice of Bart Simpson" acts with Joe Bev in two scenes written, recorded and directed by Daws Butler personally in his recording studio and workshop in Beverly Hills, CA in 1986. The records were made during Butler's voice acting workshop attended by many now working actors, including Bev and Cartwright. The hour also features other Daws Butler stories dramatized by Bev, several performed by Butler himself.


Cartoon Carnival
Louis Armstrong Does Disney

Part one of rare Yogi Bear cartoon audio (1958); Louis Armstrong sings Ten Feet Off the Ground ; the premiere installment of Disney's "Wonderful World of Color," with Ludwig Von Drake (Paul Frees) and Disney himself (1961); Daws Butler demonstrates how to do Quick Draw Mc Graw and Baba Looey (1975); "Popeye in Giantland" - a rare radio show (1935); Uncle Dunkle and Donnie in "Pete the Pelican" (2009); the conclusion of "Willoughby and the Professor Meet Bartizan the Genie" (1976).


The Joe Bev Audio Theater

Part 1 of Son of Harpo Speaks!
A Family Portrait
Bill Marx is the last living person to have worked professionally with the three Marx Brothers: his uncles, Chico and Groucho, and his father, Harpo Marx. Because Chico and Groucho had children that had written about them, Bill Marx wanted to complete the Marx Brothers’ literary trifecta by authoring a book about the personal and professional relationships that he had with his father. Son of Harpo Speaks!, in addition to offering a unique perspective of a very special man and revealing many stories never before in print, is also a book about a “too-Hollywood-to-believe” life-
altering quirk of fate that ultimately brought him together with his parents.
... and...
The Camp Waterlogg Chronicles #1
Homeland Security Comes to Camp Waterlogg
Ranger Joe Bevilacqua and Ranger Lorie Kellogg improvise radio theater stories, doing most of the voices themselves, from their cabin in Catskill Mountains. Jim Folly is Chef Ron Drysdale as Sgt. Lefty (Joe Bev) and Olive Pitts (Lorie Kellogg) recall his arrival at Camp Waterlogg when he was a Homeland Security Officer. Bev also plays Ellis da Boatkeeper and Lil Orphan Andy. Kellogg is also heard as Lkie. Cousin Kenny Savoy as Stinky Peter Moss.

New Jersey born Joe Bevilacqua (Joe Bev) has been producing radio in many genres since 1971 when he was twelve. At 19 in 1980, Bev became the youngest person to produce a radio show for public radio. He co-hosted The Jazz Show with Garret Gega in the early 80s, a four hour a week mix classic jazz and comedy. Bev also worked for WBGO, Jazz 88 in Newark, NJ and produced documentaries for WNYC New York Public Radio on jazz legends including Louis Armstrong, Wynton Marsalis, Count Basie, Woody Herman, Cab Calloway, and Lionel Hampton. Bev is primarily known as a radio theater dramatist. However, his career has taken him into every aspect of show business, including stage, film and television, as a producer, director, writer, actor, and even cartoonist.

Lorie Kellogg and Sophie hiking around Camp Waterlogg
Not content to hide behind his microphone, Bevilacqua will be seen acting in the upcoming feature films: "The Green Blade Rises" directed A.J. Edwards, "The Fly Room" directed by Alexis Gambis, "Cold in July" directed by Jim Mickle, and "Hits" directed by David Cross. He will be seen as British General Bernard Montgomery in the upcoming History Channel WWII miniseries. Joe Bev also tours the NY-NJ area as Bud Abbott to Bob Greenberg's Lou Costello.

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Cartoon Carnival

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