Comedian and actor Wayne Federman has collected three decades of standup recordings for his debut comedy album. Available through A Special Thing this Friday, the album – titled The Chronicles of Federman – is a three-volume set with recordings from 1984-2015 and linear notes by Judd Apatow. “Every time I have seen him on stage he has been pure joy to watch,” Apatow says in the linear notes. “His observational humor is unique and insightful, plus he is a fine musician who has written inspired jokes for the piano and the ukulele. There is nothing predictable about his act… He’s whimsical and super weird in the best way.” The album is currently available for pre-order on Amazon, iTunes, and A Special Thing’s website. Federman also wrote a wonderfully comprehensive history of standup for us last month, which you can check out here.