The cover image and title of "Kinison - Goldthwait" may raise some questions, especially for those not living in America. From the website notes, we learn that "Saul is taking some form of inspiration from the well documented public feud between the American stand up comedians Sam Kinison (foul mouthed ranter), and Bobcat Goldthwait (Zed from the Police Academy films). The dispute (supposedly over who stole whose act) came to a head on U.S. 'shock-jock' Howard Stern's radio show, when a boozy sounding Kinison called up Goldthwait live on air, leading to a rather fiery showdown."
From what I read and heard about this incident, to me this just sounds like a pitiful, embarrasing moment of horrible, (so-called) shock-radio. So it's fascinating to find that this particular incident is the source of inspiration of this new Danny Saul album.
As Saul says about this: "The track titles may provide something of an 'ambiguous narrative' which the listener can take or leave."
On second thought, there is a remarkable resemblance between this album and the radio incident it was inspired by.