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Subject: It's amazing how wildly popular stand-up impressionist were in the 1960s/70s (ie;Frye, Vaughan Meader, Frank Gorshin, Rich Little, Fred Travalena, Guy Marx, Barbara Heller, etc) and now it's an 'artform' hardly seen on national scale, anymore.

Passing tastes, I guess.
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Date Posted: Friday, January 25, 11:42:20am
In reply to: Bio & PHOTO 's message, "ARCHIVE: January 24, 2011 ~Noted stand-up comedian/impressionist David Frye, whose early impressions and cutting humor of Richard Nixon, LBJ, and entertainment luminaries of the times, made him a favorite to TV Variety Show, and Las Vegas stage audiences, dies at 77. " on Friday, January 25, 11:28:20am

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Well, it was easier to be an impressionist when the big stars had distinctive voices (NT)How do you impersonate Channing Tatum?Friday, January 25, 11:48:34am

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