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Complaints And Grievances

George Carlin

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83501
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2001
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CD
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George Carlin(Producer),  Terry Kulchar(Engineer),  Greg Calbi(Editing),  Greg Calbi(Mastering),  Winston Smith(Illustrations),  Terry Kulchar(Location Sound)

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George Carlin's post-hippie standup boils down to two formulas: Either he is providing biting cynicism about sociopolitical demagoguery or he is making urbane, possibly even mundane observations about everyday life and pointing out the bizarre inconsistencies of it all. On Complaints and Grievances, the audio version of Carlin's HBO special of November 2001, he is hitting on all cylinders on both counts. Some might wonder why Carlin, as a native of the area and performing in New York City so soon after the World Trade Center attacks, didn't do more than a couple of cursory minutes about it, but that is his MO. Even when being topical, the comedian always seems to realize that good comedy needs to be timeless, and even the few remarks about the ridiculousness of statements like Don't let the terrorists win can be listened to years later without needing a sense of nostalgia to appreciate it. Some of the routine gets a bit too silly, such as You & Me (Things That Come off of Your Body), which is Carlin's way to root out the squeamish, a ploy of his going back to the Class Clown days. However, like any good George Carlin performance, it contains one certifiable classic where he manages to roll all of his best observations into an irreverent, yet thoughtful monologue, and that would be disc-closer Why We Don't Need the Ten Commandments, seven minutes of Carlin at his caustic best. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Opening (09:22)
  • 02. Traffic Accidents- Keep Movin'! (06:16)
  • 03. You and Me (Things That Come off of Your Body)
  • 04. People Who Oughta Be Killed: Self-Help Books (01:16)
  • 05. Motivation Seminars (01:05)
  • 06. Parents of Honor Students (02:15)
  • 07. Baby Slings
  • 08. "My Daddy"
  • 09. Telephone Mimes (01:09)
  • 10. Hands-Free Telephone Headsets
  • 11. Answering Machines
  • 12. Family Newsletters (01:23)
  • 13. Music on Answering Machine (01:39)
  • 14. People Who Wear Visors
  • 15. Singers With One Name
  • 16. Rich Guys in Hot Air Balloons (01:01)
  • 17. People Who Misuse Credit Cards
  • 18. Guys Named Todd (01:30)
  • 19. Gun Enthusiasts (01:26)
  • 20. White Guys Who Shave Their Heads
  • 21. NASA-Holes (01:32)
  • 22. Why We Don't Need 10 Commandments (07:14)

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George Carlin

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 the Bronx, NY. While serving a stint in the military, he was stationed in Shreveport, LA, where he b

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