MP3 Flip Schultz - Flippin' Through The Channels
To hear some really classic Flip Schultz, you should get his 1999 debut CD, Flippin'' Through The Channels. This CD is a smorgasbord of comedy, it includes over 45 minutes of both live comedy, songs and sketches.
15 MP3 Songs in this album (46:43) !
Related styles: SPOKEN WORD: Comedy, ROCK: Comedy Rock
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After leaving as one of the hottest and most requested comics in South Florida, Flip moved cross country to LA. His high energy and very physical show has made him a favorite on the LA comedy scene and a regular performer at the world famous Hollywood Improv. Plus he has had the pleasure of sharing the stage with such performers as:
LEWIS BLACK, GEORGE CARLIN, DANA CARVEY (contributing writer), PABLO FRANCISCO (frequent writer), BOBCAT GOLDTHWAIT, JAMIE KENNEDY (frequent writer), JAY MOHR, JOHN PINETTE, ROBERT SCHIMMEL, BOBBY SLAYTON,DAMON WAYANS & “WEIRD AL” YANKOVIC.
His accomplishments include:
Semi-Finalist on LAST COMIC STANDING 4
Featured on Comedy Central’s LIVE AT GOTHAM
Competing on the new STAR SEARCH
Appearing in the feature film "BIG TROUBLE"
Winning Ed McMahon''s NEXT BIG STAR
Other television appearances: THE JERRY LEWIS TELETHON, HBO, COMICS UNLEASHED, QUÉ LOCO, FUNNY MONEY, THE GONG SHOW, LATINO LAUGH FESTIVAL & LOCO COMEDY JAM
"He''s like an ostrich on PCP!" - George Carlin
"Flip Schultz is unlike any other Generation X comedian today...he''s actually funny!" - Route 41 Magazine
"With his affable demeanor, rubbery limbs, and tall, wiry frame, he reminded me of a young Jim Carrey..." - Ink https://www.tradebit.com
"You were funny, I told my girlfriend that if we ever have a kid, we''re going to name him Flip" - Adam Sandler
"Within seconds, Schultz turns into a manic, mike-wielding madman..." - The Calgary Herald
"Very, very funny...yet strangely realistic" - Barry Sonnenfeld on Flip''s performance in the film Big Trouble
"He...performs well conceived bits that show an acumen for writing and social satire." - The Sun Sentinel
"...Flip did what his own idols like Howie Mandel, and Steve Martin had done for ages. He made intimate contact with the audience. And, the reserved Nordic crowd...adored the transgression." - The New York Resident
"You''re terrific!" - Norman Lear (creator of "All in the Family")
Review of FLIPPIN THROUGH THE CHANNELS by The Serious Comedy Site:
Flippin'' Through the Channels is the first independent release stand-up comedy CD by Flip Schultz, a high energy perhaps better known for some of his later releases such as Ribbed For Your Pleasure (Laugh), his funny CD Super Dork! and companion indie DVD What Are You Laughing At? (all reviewed on this site thanks to Schultz'' generosity). So, this review is probably tainted a bit by the fact that although this is the first release, this is the last CD we reviewed.
This is a solid comedy CD. Schultz is a high-energy stand-up comic and this becomes obvious when listening to him. Unlike later releases where each comedic genre is neatly separated on the cd, Flippin'' Through the Channels mixes studio bits and songs with live club recordings. One of these studio bits, The News, is a sophomoric evening news bit about poop. The three imitation public service commercials are funny enough. The songs, "Turn Me On" as sung supposedly by Bill Gates and "My Very Best Friend" are not as strong as later material on later cds (our fault).
This comedian is not afraid of interacting with the audience, a definite strength of his that he displays in the intro track and Jobs and Hip Hop. Most original is Smurfs & Drugs that includes the explanation as to why all the Smurfs are blue and a nice riff on drugs.
It is interesting in retrospect to see how little response this standup gets when he asks how many people are on the internet on Internet and Television.. Thankfully, Schultz gets his audience to relate and laugh. This track also included weird moments on television, a skit much expanded in a future release. Also funny is Accents and England. This comedy club set closes with a track titled Gay Dictator. Solid stuff again and a neat example of the recall when something Schultz referred to at the very beginning of his set has a payoff on the last track.