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George Carlin - Playin' With Your Head Musikalbum


Darsteller: George Carlin
Genre: Audio-Dateien
Titel: Playin' With Your Head
Land: Canada
Freigegeben: 1986
Stil: Comedy
Etikett: Eardrum Records
Katalognummer: 79 05231
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 2459 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 2933 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 1817 mb
Bewertung: 4.4
Abstimmungen: 953

Trackliste

1Five Twos2:03
2Things To Watch Out For2:26
3Losing Things8:00
4Earrings5:29
5Love And Regards5:39
6Groups And Charities3:55
7Sports9:14
8Missing1:05
9Battered Plants3:45
10You're Lost1:41
11Hello-Goodbye4:13

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
90523-1George Carlin Playin' With Your Head ‎(LP)Eardrum Records90523-1US1986
90523-2George Carlin Playin' With Your Head ‎(CD)Eardrum Records90523-2US1986
DVD7507George Carlin Playing With Your Head ‎(DVD-V, NTSC)MPI Home VideoDVD7507US2003
90523-4George Carlin Playin' With Your Head ‎(Cass, Album, Club)Eardrum Records90523-4US1986
7 90523-4George Carlin Playin' With Your Head ‎(Cass, Album)Eardrum Records7 90523-4US1986

Credits

  • EngineerMike Beiriger
  • Photography – Aaron Rapoport

Hinweise

Recorded live at the Beverly Theatre, Beverly Hills, California by Record Plant, L.A.

Unternehmen

  • Manufactured By – WEA Music Of Canada, Ltd.

Album

Playin' With Your Head - George Carlin. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Playin' with Your Head is the 11th album and fifth HBO special by American comedian George Carlin. The album was recorded May 23, 1986, at the Beverly Theater in Los Angeles, and was released on July 30, 1986, on the EardrumAtlantic label. It was Carlin's fifth HBO stand-up concert special. In the HBO airing there is a short skit before and after the show in which he flees from three men seeking an envelope in his possession before going on stage. The identities of his pursuers are unknown. George Carlin on some cultural issues. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс George Carlin Playing With Your Head in album George Carlin - Playing With Your Head 1986. George Carlin - Hello-Goodbye. George Carlin - Love And Regards. George Carlin - Groups And Charities. George Carlin - Sports. George Carlin - Five Twos. George Carlin - Losing Things. George Carlin - You're Lost. Playin' with Your Head. George Carlin. Comedy , George Carlin, Rick Ducommun, Anthony James, Vic Tayback. Legendary comedian George Carlin tackles some of his favorite subjects along with his brand of comedy and humor. 0Check in. X I'm Watching This Keep track of everything you watch tell your friends. Please try again Added to Your Check-Ins. Check in. George Carlin: Playin with Your Head. 1988 Comedy 1h 25m. Directed by Rocco Urbisci Starring George Carlin. This video presents comedian George Carlin at his best, before a live and appreciative audience. In this particular tape, Carlin performs a variety of his classic routines on stage. Also included is a short film with co-star Vic Tayback. Intended for adult audiences, parents will likely find that the language and content of this video make it inappropriate for young viewers. Listen free to George Carlin Playin' With Your Head Hello-Goodbye, Love and Regards and more. 11 tracks 47:30. Playin' With Your Head turned out to be a landmark outing for George Carlin - the last truly funny album he made before attempting to become his old mentor, Lenny Bruce, and spent the '90s railing against right-wingers in most unamusing fashion. The less-topical, more lighthearted routines here are complemented by Carlin's devastating sense of timing, which had never been sharper newly sober, he'd completely ditched the stoner voice and meandering riffs that sometimes marred his '70s work and makes even the corny and mean-spirited material work. Carlin's 3rd album of his post 'Little David' era and the last of his albums to use his trademark observational style as the core of his act. Beyond this release, he descends into an angry, rant-based style in his performances which he never really recovers from. As suggested in the description above, this is the last great Carlin album. In the albums and cable specials that follow, his material gets quite angry and political. Although there are funny moments beyond this album, the comedy becomes 'rant-based', with the entire act revolving around hostility toward something or other. Elements of that can be heard on this album, but not often enough to do real harm to its comedy