Ken Nordine 'Colors'
Ken Nordine is an american voiceover artist (You might have heard him on the Shellac album) and this album came out in 1966. Basically he recities weird/funny poems/little stories about colours (a different one for each track) over a sort of jazzy musical background.
"'Colors' is an addictive curate's egg to be filed alongside Important's Henry Jacobs, Lenny Bruce and John Brent, wherein Nordine half narrates/half raps(?) his self titled 'word jazz'. With a voice like a mahogany Vincent Price, Nordine is at turns funny, sinister and always addictive, coming across like a late night Dr Seuss."
They have little clips here:
Prime DJ material possibly.
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