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15° Off Cool

Bill Engvall

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Album Review

The title to countrified comedian Bill Engvall's 2007 DVD refers to how much like "Everyman" he is. Just like you average Joe, Engvall feels a little off from society, "not a like a Dungeons & Dragons dork, but just a little dork." This approachable style comes off even better in front of his hometown Texas audience, which is where this Comedy Central special, DVD, and CD was recorded. Comfortably strolling through his routine like an old friend telling stories, Engvall covers plenty of everyday frustrations in a connectable, Cosby-esque fashion with an extra helping of gross, but a tame type of gross that won't offend most. For instance, fellow Blue Collar comedian Larry the Cable Guy may be bold and proud when he breaks wind while Engvall is timid and horrified to do it in front of his wife on the body function obsessed "Hurting Gas." His strongest material isn't gross at all with the great quip "What's a negative ion? I ain't never seen one!" dropped in "Ionic Breeze" while "Wives and NASCAR" suggests the drivers should dump their spotters and bring their nagging significant others along for advice ("Go around him! You're just being a jackass!"). Towering above it all is the title track, which finds Engvall stumbling and fumbling when he has the honor of meeting his hero, George Strait. Even if it doesn't have an instant catch phrase like his popular "Here's Your Sign," the excellent routine makes up for all the jokes that are so corny you expect that loose fence board from Hee Haw to appear and whup him on the rear. Course, that's part of Engvall's charm, and after all these years, albums, and tours, he doesn't disappoint. [This is the DVD version of the CD.]

Customer Reviews

Dont listen to this at the gym!

I almost lost control on the tredmill. I was trying not to laugh but I could not stop. I think the gym is now going to have no laughing put in the rules next to the no grunting law. Thanks Bill for making my workout a good one.

bill rocks!!!!

I got to meet bill at the kansas state fair and saw his show after that. I heard all of this new material, and its is hilarous. click the buy album button and be happy!!

Anything but Uncool!!

I've been a fan of Bill's for sometime now and this has got to be his best yet. Bill's ability to tell stories makes the audience feel like they're right there with him. This album was worth the wait, had me almost in tears from laughing so hard. Bill Engvall is definitely cool in my book.

Biography

Born: July 27, 1957 in Galveston, TX

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Born in Galveston, Texas, Bill Engvall was a nightclub DJ in Dallas until the call to comedy became too strong to deny. After startling amateur-night audiences at several local clubs and a brief stint in St. Louis, Engvall arrived in Los Angeles in 1990. He hosted the Pair of Jokers cable special with Rosie O'Donnell and also appeared on Evening at the Improv and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In 1992, he was awarded Best Male Standup at the American Comedy Awards, and moved into sitcom TV with...
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15° Off Cool, Bill Engvall
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Comedy, Music, Country, Standup Comedy
  • Released: Feb 27, 2007

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