Given Jerry Seinfeld's longtime popularity, it's surprising that I'm Telling You for the Last Time is his first comedy album; taped during a brief run on Broadway during early August of 1998. The record is the final document of the famous routines which originally shot him to fame on the club circuit — classic material he retired permanently at the conclusion of his tour. While many of the gags will be familiar to anyone who regularly followed Seinfeld's long-running sitcom or saw his countless talk-show appearances, the sheer cleverness of his observations and the mastery of his delivery breathe life into even the oldest riffs; his bits on subjects ranging from air travel to supermarkets to fashion are timeless, and it's a treat to finally have them preserved on disc.
This is such a good show. I also own the DVD version and the audio only version is even funnier because it probably was'nt taped on the same night. Put this on your iPod and you'll get caught laughing out loud while walking in the streets.
I wish Itunes would have more Seinfeld. How I miss his show. It's a great way to start the day and listening to Jerry on the walk to work. So funny and well worth it. I still laugh every time I listen to it.
funny as ever
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Jerry Seinfeld is the most successful and influential comedian of his generation. His brilliant observational riffs on the minutiae of everyday life formed the basis of the television classic Seinfeld, the quintessential sitcom of the 1990s and one of the most beloved series in the history of the medium. Born April 29, 1959 in Brooklyn, NY, and raised in nearby Massapequa, he began his comedy career the very night he graduated from Queens College; struggling throughout his early years, Seinfeld often...