Alen Robin, a comic with a droll, very nasal voice, took the Buchanan & Goodman "Flying Saucer" concept - intercutting found recordings with original comedy - and applied it to political speeches. His "Welcome To The LBJ Ranch" hit the top of the pops in the mid '60s, and can be found in approximately 84% of American thrift-stores.
album continues the concept, with American politicos Humphrey, Thurmond, Rockefeller, Lindsay, Nixon, LBJ, Agnew, Buckley, Reagan, and Daley finding their voices ripped out of their original context, now making
various bizarre and neurotic statements to Robin, playing their
psychiatrist. It's still quite funny and clever, even if you don't know much
about the speakers. Even more impressive: it's recorded live. Not sure how he
did it in the days before laptop samplers. Maybe he had all the voices, and
pauses allowing for him to speak, pre-recorded on a long tape. If so, his timing's amazing.
The above review was taken from my review of another Alen Robin album I posted few years back, with the names of of the sampled parties changed. There is one difference with this album, tho - the groovy psych rock of Billy Mure that abruptly cuts in and out of the funny faux-interviews.
Both sides of this album are pretty short (side two's only ten minutes long) so you just get two tracks here, one for each side:
Alen Robin: "SUPERSHRINK!"