Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (the first release of this album lists it as "Smothers Comedy Brothers Hour" on the label, similar to the show's logo on the front cover) is a 1968 comedy album released on Mercury Records by the Smothers Brothers consisting of bits from their CBS television series, The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. As a result, much of the album consists of political humor, which was absent from their previous recording efforts but remained true to their television show's content. Complete Smothers Brothers' discography can be found here.
- "Morons" (0:58) - Tom explains his theory that power in government exists in relationship to the amount of clothing you wear.
- "Troubador Song" (7:54) - Dick tries to sing a madrigal but Tom keeps making "cheep cheep" bird sounds.
- "Smart Juice" (0:57) - Tom gives Dick a taste of his Smart Juice.
- "President Johnson" (0:47) - Tom offers President Johnson political advice.
- "You Didn't Come In" (3:42) - Once again Dick tries to sing "I Talk to the Trees" from the musical Paint Your Wagon; this was the third time the brothers recorded this routine, with earlier versions on Curb Your Tongue, Knave and Golden Hits of the Smothers Brothers, Vol. 2. However, this time it is Dick who stops because Tom always interrupts and ruins the song; but this time he did not--revealing that Dick never learned the whole song.
- "Tommy's Song" (1:32) - When all is said and done, Tom should have been a nun.
- "Tom's Party" (0:58) - Tom invites everybody to a party (at Dick's house).
- "Caught in the Draft" (1:00) - More political commentary from Tom.
- "The Impossible Dream (The Quest)" (7:52) - Tom tells the story of lovely, courageous Joan of Arc who built an ark to save all of the animals from the Great Flood.
- "Spread of Democracy" (1:50)
- "United Nations" (1:15)
- "Controversial Material" (6:12) - Tom chastises Dick for the political incorrectness of old songs such as "(Potatoes Are Cheaper--Tomatoes Are Cheaper) Now's The Time to Fall in Love", "Chicago (That Toddling Town)", and "McNamara's Band."
- Live at the Purple Onion, 1961
- The Two Sides of the Smothers Brothers, 1962
- Think Ethnic!, 1963
- Curb Your Tongue, Knave, 1963
- It Must Have Been Something I Said!, 1964
- Tour de Farce: American History and Other Unrelated Subjects, 1965
- Aesop's Fables, 1965
- Mom Always Liked You Best!, 1966
- The Smothers Brothers Play It Straight, 1966
- Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour, 1968
- Golden Hits of the Smothers Brothers, Vol. 2, 1969
- Sibling Revelry: The Best of the Smothers Brothers, 1988