Dig Infinity!: The Life and Art of Lord Buckley

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Welcome Rain Publishers, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 405 pages
In this first study of the man behind the myth, Oliver Trager explains Buckley's life and career and the enormous following he developed in the entertainment community as well as the reasons behind the obscurity into which the man and his work disappeared after his death in 1960.

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Lord Buckley broke into show business with Red Skelton in the 1930s, but he is probably best known for the hip language routines he developed for his nightclub acts in the 1950s, the subjects of which ... Read full review

Contents

Lord Who?
1
Presenting Lord Buckley
5
Birth of the Cool
9
Copyright

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