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Mae Questel With Milt Moss - Mrs. Portnoy's Retort


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Tracklist


1Sayings Of The Chairlady Portnoy
2Sisters And The Workman's Circle
3More Sayings Of The Chairlady Portnoy
4Overture To A Retort
5Who Will Play Me?
6The Movement: Part I & II
7Lament For Mother's Day
8Private Parts And The Jewish Mystique
9Arbor Day And The Other Side
10Requiem For A Retort
11In Memorium
12Cherrystone Crabs And Other Table Habits
13Dietary Laws And Human Sacrifice
14Oedipus And Me
15'M'


Credits


  • Art DirectionFrank Gauna
  • EngineerDan Kornfeld
  • Music By [Musical Interludes]Victor Goldring & His Orchestra
  • PerformerMae Questel, Milt Moss
  • Photography ByPhotoMedia
  • Producer, Directed ByDavid Martin
  • Written-ByDavid Martin , Harvey Jacobs


Notes


A one woman performance in front of a small studio audience. It is a Jewish Mother's retort to sons blaming them for their problems.

Recorded at National Sound Studios, New York City

A Daylark Production


Companies


  • Recorded At – National Sound Studios, NYC


Album


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Mae Questel With Milt Moss - Mrs. Portnoy's Retort
Comedy
Performer: Mae Questel With Milt Moss
Title: Mrs. Portnoy's Retort
Category: Audiofiles
Country: US
Released: 1969
Label: United Artists Records
Catalog #: UAS 6721
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 071
Record Source: Vinyl, LP