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The Tonight Show furthered Meader's recognition The album's sensational popularity also boosted Cadence Records,

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After all these years this is the first time I even thougtht about looking for the album. I had it - I laughed with it - I cry now - WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN!!!!

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After all these years this is the first time I even thougtht about looking for the album. I had it - I laughed with it - I cry now - WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN!!!!

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After all these years this is the first time I even thougtht about looking for the album. I had it - I laughed with it - I cry now - WHAT COULD HAVE BEEN!!!!

Judy

I have this album. Does anyone know its worth?

Daniel

What a strange quirk of fate was suffered by Mr. Meader. To be hurled into instant stardom for one year and then just as quickly descend into hopeless obscurity must have been dizzying. And unlike Tom Lehrer, who is still very much alive, entertaining was Vaughn Meader's chosen career. [Lehrer voluntarily went back to his career as a college professor after several years of popularity.] I remember the "First Family" album and it was such innocent fun that even Pres. Kennedy purchased copies to hand out as gifts. Those were happy times, but all too brief.

Brian

(now that I look at my post again, it was originally from 2002, but the commenter with the link to the Chicago Trib story posted in May, 2003)

Brian

About a year ago, I posted about dear old Tom Lehrer, and in the comments my friend Richard mistook Lehrer for Meader. As the discussion unfolded, I remarked that I thought Meader was dead, but a rogue commenter appeared and informed us otherwise.

My blog entry:
http://www.briankaneonline.com/archive/000744.html

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