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Morton Lyon Sahl (May 11, 1927 – October 26, 2021) was a Canadian-born American comedian, actor, and social satirist, considered the first modern comedian in the United States since Will Rogers. Sahl pioneered a style of social satire that pokes fun at political and current event topics using improvised monologues and only a newspaper as a prop. Sahl spent his early years in Los Angeles and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area where he made his professional stage debut at the hungry i nightclub in 1953. His popularity grew quickly, and after a year at the club he traveled the country doing shows at established nightclubs, theaters, and college campuses. In 1960 he became the first comedian to have a cover story written about him by Time magazine. He appeared on various television shows, played a number of film roles, and performed a one-man show on Broadway. Television host Steve Allen said that Sahl was "the only real political philosopher we have in modern comedy". His social satire performances broke new ground in live entertainment, as a stand-up comic talking about the real world of politics at that time was considered "revolutionary". It inspired many later comics to become stage comedians, including Lenny Bruce, Jonathan Winters, George Carlin, and Woody Allen. Allen credits Sahl's new style of humor with "opening up vistas for people like me". Numerous politicians became his fans, with John F. Kennedy asking him to write his jokes for campaign speeches, though Sahl later turned his barbs at the president. After Kennedy's assassination in 1963, Sahl focused on the Warren Report's inaccuracies and conclusions, and spoke about it often during his shows. This alienated much of his audience and led to a decline in his popularity for the remainder of the 1960s. By the 1970s, his shows and popularity staged a partial comeback that continued over the ensuing decades. A biography of Sahl, Last Man Standing, by James Curtis, was released in 2017. (description from Wikipedia)
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https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl At Sunset First Standup Comedy Album Ever 1955.mp3: At Sunset, Standup Comedy Album 1955 https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1959 Interview in Canada about Comedy Russia Cars.mp3: 1959 Interview in Canada about Comedy, Russia, Cars https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1960 Interview on Satire Politics Society Non-Conformity.mp3: 1960 Interview on Satire Politics Society Non-Conformity https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1960 Standup at City College.mp3: 1960 Standup at City College https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl The New Frontier JFK Stand-up Comedy 1961 Album.mp3: The New Frontier JFK Stand-up Comedy 1961 Album https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl Talks 11-22-63.mp3: Mort Sahl Talks, 11-22-63 https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1967 Interview - JFK Vietnam Fascism Society Blacklisting Youth Liberal Sell-Outs.mp3: 1967 Interview - JFK, Vietnam, Fascism, Society, Blacklisting, Youth, Liberal Sell-Outs https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl Anyway Onward 1967 LBJ Vietnam Kennedy.mp3: Anyway Onward 1967: LBJ, Vietnam, Kennedy https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Jane Fonda and Mort Sahl on Dick Cavett 1970.mp3: Jane Fonda and Mort Sahl on Dick Cavett 1970 https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/JIM GARRISON ON THE STEVE ALLEN SHOW IN 1971 ALONG WITH BOB DORNAN AND MORT SAHL.mp3: Jim Garrison, Bob Dornan, Mort Sahl on the Steve Allen Show, 1971 https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1972 Sing A Song Of Watergage Richard Nixon Standup Comedy.mp3: 1972 Sing A Song Of Watergage Richard Nixon Standup Comedy https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl 1980s Interview on Ronald Reagan Iran Contra comedy.mp3: 1980s Interview on Ronald Reagan Iran Contra comedy https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl and David Feldman - JFK RFK 911.mp3: Mort Sahl and David Feldman - JFK RFK 911 https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl interview w Elliot Mintz on Blacklist Vietnam JFK etc.mp3: Mort Sahl interview w Elliot Mintz on Blacklist Vietnam JFK etc https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl on JFK MLK RFK and Jim Garrison - The Cause is Humanity.mp3: Mort Sahl on JFK MLK RFK and Jim Garrison - The Cause is Humanity https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Tom Brokaw interview with Mort Sahl -JFK's personality and mind.mp3: Tom Brokaw interview with Mort Sahl, JFK's personality and mind https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/Mort Sahl - The Kennedy Years (full).mp3: The Kennedy Years https://archive.org/download/MortSahlMP3AudioCollection/MORT SAHL - MEDIA IS FULL OF CIA AND FBI.mp3: Media is Full of CIA and FBI
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