Groucho Marx

Groucho Marx BIOGRAPHY

Groucho Marx

Label(s): A&M Records
Recording Years: 1972

An Evening with Groucho Marx was the first picture disc released by A&M. The year was 1972--four years before picture discs became popular.

PLAYERS IN THE BAND
Groucho Marx
   Born: Oct 02, 1890      Died: Aug 19, 1977
   Instrument(s): vocals


Groucho Marx PHOTOS

Groucho Marx DISCOGRAPHY

FORMAT KEY LEGEND

FORMAT KEY
  1 = long playing vinyl album
  2 = compact disc
  3 = VHS video tape
  4 = cassette tape
  5 = Digital Compact Cassette
  7 = 7-inch vinyl single
  8 = 8-track tape
  9 = Longbox cassette
  0 = open reel tape
12 = 12-inch single
PS = picture sleeve
TS = cassette single
MT = mastertone/ringback

Groucho Marx U.S. Album Discography

TITLELABELSTOCK NO.RELEASED
An Evening with GrouchoA&M RecordsSP 35151972
An Evening with Groucho MarxA&M Records75021 60101990
An Evening with Groucho MarxA&M RecordsSP 60100000

Groucho Marx U.S. Singles and E.P. Discography

TITLE:LABEL:STOCK NO.:RELEASED:
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady/Show Me a RoseA&M Records14121973

Groucho Marx U.S. Song List

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
An Evening with Groucho1972SP 3515
Overture
Introduction
Hello, I Must Be Going
Violin Solo, Jack Benny Tribute
My Family, How We Got Our Names
Uncle Herman the Chiropodist
Timbuctoo
Annie Berger
World War One, Vaudeville in Toronto
Annie Berger
Oh, How That Woman Could Cook
Toronto Song
Polish Officer Story
Churchill & 2nd World War
Tough Chcago Critic Story
Palace Theatre: Sarah Bernhardt, Fanny Brice, Swayne's Rats and Cats
Poem From the Play "Animal Crackers"
T. S. Eliot Memorial: Laurence Olivier's Lap
2nd World War Bond Tour
Houdini Story
Music in "Cocoanuts"--Always
George Kaufman & Morrie Ryskind Story
Stay Down Here Where You Belong
Otto Kahn Story
W. C. Fields
Heaven's Above
Everybody Works But Father Father's Day
Margaret Dumont, the Dowager in Our Films
Thalberg Story--Garbo
Sampson and Delilah Story
Will Rogers, Baseball in Baltimore
Priests' Stories
Show Me a Rose
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
An Evening with Groucho Marx199075021 6010
Everybody Works But Father Father's Day
Annie Berger
How I Got Started In Show Biz
Desperation
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady
Oh, How That Woman Could Cook
Polish Officer Story
Palace Theatre: Fanny Brice...
Priests' Stories
Poem From "Animal Crackers"
Uncle Herman the Chiropodist
Timbuctoo
Show Me a Rose
Stay Down Here Where You Belong
2nd World War Bond Tour
Sampson and Delilah Story
W. C. Fields
Toronto Song

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
An Evening with Groucho Marx0SP 6010
Overture
Introduction
Hello, I Must Be Going
Violin Solo, Jack Benny Tribute
My Family, How We Got Our Names
Uncle Herman the Chiropodist
Timbuctoo
Annie Berger
World War One, Vaudeville in Toronto
Annie Berger
Oh, How That Woman Could Cook
Toronto Song
Polish Officer Story
Churchill & 2nd World War
Tough Chcago Critic Story
Palace Theatre: Sarah Bernhardt, Fanny Brice, Swayne's Rats and Cats
Poem From the Play "Animal Crackers"
T. S. Eliot Memorial: Laurence Olivier's Lap
2nd World War Bond Tour
Houdini Story
Music in "Cocoanuts"--Always
George Kaufman & Morrie Ryskind Story
Stay Down Here Where You Belong
Otto Kahn Story
W. C. Fields
Heaven's Above
Everybody Works But Father Father's Day
Margaret Dumont, the Dowager in Our Films
Thalberg Story--Garbo
Sampson and Delilah Story
Will Rogers, Baseball in Baltimore
Priests' Stories
Show Me a Rose
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady

TITLE:RELEASED:STOCK NO.:
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady/Show Me a Rose19731412
Lydia, the Tattooed Lady
Show Me a Rose


Groucho Marx MUSIC CHARTS

Groucho Marx on Record Charts

US ALBUMS
TITLESTOCK NO.CHART NAMEPEAK
An Evening with GrouchoSP 3515Billboard Pop160

No Singles or EPs made it to the charts.