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Album Review

On the last of the classic records released by Little David, Carlin is sporting a touch of grey on the cover of this one, and with that telltale sign of aging comes a more mature perspective in the material. First off, his volume level seems very restrained throughout, and this lack of shouting makes the insightful observations sink in much more effectively than when he was shouting. There's also less reliance on the infamous seven words on television or the toilet jokes of old, replaced instead with more thoughtful ponderings on death, youth, and society's rules and absurdities. He seems to be fighting a bad sound system throughout, with feedback from the PA occasionally creeping into the mix (possibly one of the reasons he avoids shouting throughout). The biggest problem with the record, though, is that he sounds a bit tired here — indeed, he even recycles a bit from a previous record — showing the wear and tear that would cause him to take a few years off.

Customer Reviews

Be good. Get some cash and buy this thing!

He's done it again folks, I stand in awe of his raw, unedited talent. And thats what i like best. He does Not EVER compromise his language, actions and dialect for the common man to mold him into another clone for the commen man to meld him into another average joe nobody. If we do mold him, who cares! He'd break it, crawl out and kick some unlucky guys butt for putting him in a mold. Thank Joe Peshi for George Carlin!


Born: May 12, 1937 in New York, NY

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Famed for his landmark "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" routine, George Carlin filled the void created by the death of Lenny Bruce, honing a provocative, scathing comic style that bravely explored the limits of free speech and good taste. George Dennis Carlin was born on May 12, 1937, in New York City. While serving a stint in the military, he was stationed in Shreveport, LA, where he began working as a disc jockey; after working with fellow radio personality Jack Burns on a Shreveport...
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