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MacLean & MacLean - Dirty Thirty 1989 (Canada)

On: Monday, July 23, 2012

Gary MacLean
Birth name
Jun 25 1944 –  Dec 05 2001 age 57

Blair MacLean
Birth name
~1943 – Oct 29 2008 age ~65

01 Flipper
02 Ken & Barbie
03 Champ
04 Lottery
05 Arsehole
06 Doggie Vom
07 Flipper No. 2
08 Buried in Farts
09 Shit
10 Little Red Hen
11 Flipper No. 3
12 Nosers Eh!
13 Oh Canada
14 Shit-Face Beer
15 Bob & Juanita
16 Ralph's Homo-Hatin' Half Ton Motors
17 Flipper No. 5, No. 6, No. 7
18 Star Trek
19 Bing Buff Show
20 Doggies
21 Fox
22 Audience
23 Flipper No. 8
24 Dolly Parton's Tits
25 I Married the Wrong Di
26 Willie & Wendy
27 Long Distance Daddy
28 You Set My Dick on Fire
29 Cocaine Hoe Down
30 Whoreofasorethroat
31 Frankie Fontaine
32 Diary of a Jealous Boyfriend
33 I'm Just a Cunt About You

Standup and Musical Comedy
Attic Records

Bill Hicks - Relentless In Montreal 1992

On: Thursday, July 19, 2012

Bill Hicks
William Melvin Hicks
Dec 16 1961 - Feb 26 1994 age 32

01 I Love My Job
02 The News
03 The War
04 You Ain't From Around Her
05 Hee Haw The Book
06 Evolution! Evolution!
07 Smoking
08 I'm Bill Hicks And I'm Dead Now
09 What Is Pornography
10 Odd Beliefs
11 Time For A Question
12 Drugs Have Done Good Things
13 Sewing Judas Priest
14 God's Will
15 Great Time On Drugs


Bill Cosby - Wolftrap Bootleg 2000

On: Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Bill Cosby
William Henry Cosby Jr
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Jul 12 1937 -

01 Dwayne
02 Cholesterol
03 Half Smoke
04 The Cookies
05 Is Your Wife Your Friend
06 My Friend Ed
07 Throw The Kid Out
08 Father's Day
09 Bill's Room
10 Bill's Dad
11 A True Story
12 Tonto And The Lone Ranger
13 Bears
14 The Dentist

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His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post
At His Best 2004
At Home With Bill Cosby 1987
Hardheaded Boys 1985
Cosnarati, State Of Emergency 2009
Cosby Album 1984
Why Is There Air Vol 2 Taiwan
Down Under 1971
Zaman Ucup Godiyor 1996
Late Show 1987
Late Show Live Volume II
After Hours Vol 1


George Carlin - Last Words, A Memoir 2010 (Audio Book)

On: Friday, July 6, 2012

George Carlin
George Denis Patrick Carlin
New York, New York USA
May 12 1937 - Jun 22 2008 age 71
Official Site
Life Timeline

The late great George Carlin’s final book, appropriately titled Last Words, was released today (Nov 2010) and raises an obvious question: what words could George Carlin possibly have left unspoken? Carlin’s breathtaking razor-cut comedy gave personal license to several generations of comedians – and millions of fans – to say “Fuck it!” and let the truth fly fast and furious. He taught us, by example, that there are no thoughts too dark, no words too dirty, no sensibilities too profane to stay censored in a world gone mad. He gave us the collective courage to shout our deepest convictions. So what thoughts could George Carlin have left unsaid?
The answer is quite a few. Carlin’s previous books – Brain Droppings, When Will Jesus Bring the Pork Chops? and Napalm & Silly Putty – read much like his comedy act: wry snapshots composed of literate observational humor delivered with a master wordsmith’s love of language. He was consistently hilarious, vicious, vitriolic, and even ambitious but in Last Words, for the very first time in my weed-addled memory, George Carlin is – dare I say it – poignant.
After having spent almost a half-century cracking wise on politics, morality, religion, psychology, “Wurds, Werds, Words” and “stuff,” in his final book for the first time George turns his uniquely interrogative eye on himself and offers a sustained look at his own extraordinary life. His nineteen chapters are as precisely titled as the opening lines of his best-known bits. In “Holy Mary, Mother of George” we learn of his complicated relationship with his parvenu Irish Catholic mom – the First Antagonist – who gave young George consummate grief and a feel for words in equal measure; in “The Old Man and the Sunbeam” we wince at Carlin’s fast-talking, alcoholic father, a national advertising manager for the New York Sun, who took off early, died too young, and gave his second-born son a pitchman’s bravura and an all-too-fragile heart; and then in “The Ace of Aces and the Dude of Dudes” we meet the indefatigable Patrick, Carlin’s older brother and “self-installed role model” who taught his kid brother the ropes and gave him the enduring ability to embrace antagonism to insure that “the bastards never had the satisfaction of grinding him down.” The George Carlin who became one of the world’s greatest comedians took that particular life lesson and turned it into art. ~High Times read more

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