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Can I listen to Dr. Demento shows online?
I bought a show, now how do I listen to it?
Can I reach you by e-mail?
How can I buy recordings heard on the Dr. Demento Show?
Larger and more specialized record stores will usually have a COMEDY section where major label releases by such artists as "Weird Al" Yankovic, Ray Stevens, Tom Lehrer and Monty Python may be found. Ask the clerk where the COMEDY section is. Other demented discs may be filed under ROCK/POP, COUNTRY, OLDIES, etc. depending on the style of music. You can also find many comedy CD's at online sources such as Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
Some of the newer songs heard on the show are on independent labels that are most easily obtained by mail order. The Demento Society News, mailed periodically to all active Demento Society members, contains addresses for many of these independent labels.
Quite a few of the records heard on the show are older releases that have gone out of print. Many may still be found, however, at stores carrying used records. Look in your local Yellow Pages and you may well find ads for stores offering "hard-to-find," "out-of-print" or "collectors'" records.
Several magazines for record collectors contain ads for dealers who sell rare records by mail. Look for Goldmine (700 E. State St., Iola, WI 54990) and Discoveries (100 Bryant St., Dubuque, IA 52003). One mail-order dealership I especially recommend for its huge stock of novelty 45's is Saturday Night Records, PO Box 60113, Chicago, IL 60660.
Can I buy copies of your shows on tape?
I have a funny song. Can I send you a tape of it?
I can't find your show anywhere around here! What gives?