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Steve Martin – A Wild And Crazy Guy

Steve Martin – A Wild And Crazy Guy

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    A Wild and Crazy Guy is an album by American comedian Steve Martin released in 1978. It reached number two on Billboard's Pop Albums Chart. The album was eventually certified double platinum.

    It contains the hit novelty single "King Tut", backed up by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performing under the name, the Toot Uncommons. Martin also performed "King Tut" on Saturday Night Live. It also has Martin revealing his 'real' name, which he admits is the sound of him flipping his lips.

    The album won the Grammy Award in 1979 for Best Comedy Album.

    In 2015, the album was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Recording Registry.


    A1 I'm Feelin' It 5:30
    A2 Philosophy / Religion / College / Language 10:18
    A3 Creativity In Action / I'm In The Mood For Love
    B1 A Wild And Crazy Guy 7:00
    B2 A Charitable Kind Of Guy 1:38
    B3 An Expose 2:54
    B4 Cat Handcuffs 1:41
    B5 You Naive Americans 2:00
    B6 My Real Name 3:06
    B7 King Tut