During Rowan Atkinson's meteoric rise to fame, he made two live albums for Arista and Polydor Records respectively. Additionally, he made a few precious recordings in aid of Amnesty International, and in the late Eighties, for The Terence Higgins Trust.
"Not the Nine O'clock News", "Mr Bean" and "Blackadder" made Rowan an international star, and many people have forgotten his live shows with Angus Deayton, and his hilarious comic collaborations with the Pythons, Peter Cook, Hugh Laurie, Pamela Stephenson, etc. and (also on this tape), a spoof interview with Elton John on the origin's of Elton's stage name !
The inside sleeve of the audiobook, contains a more detailed essay on Rowan, written by Don Perretta.
Side One :-
1) Wedding (1980) 2) The Devil (1980)
Side Two :-
1) Tom Dick & Harry (1989) 2) Senator Brea (1980) 3) Divorce Service (1981) 4) Road Safety (1981)
Side Three :-
1) The Four Yorkshiremen (1979) 2) A Small Re-Write (1989) 3) Schoolmaster (1979)
Side Four :-
1) Sir Marcus Browning MP 2) Interview with Elton John (1992) 3) Beekeeping (1981)