Album: Lenny Bruce. The Berkeley Concert. Recorded at Berkeley Community Theater. 1965. Runtime: 78minutes. 

[Lenny’s last live album]

(Source: thecrescenteye)

5/8. Nato Green CD Recording @ New Parish. 579 18th St. Oakland. $12-$15. 7PM. Tickets Available: Here.

"Thanks to Tony Sparks for all the stage time. I still follow the basic tenets of stand up you laid out for me after that very first open mic in the Tenderloin."

— Louis Katz liner notes for "If These Balls Could Talk"

Woody Allen. hungry i Regular. “Lost Generation” 

"Soda Pop Heartbreak" by Alex Koll. Album: Wizard Hello. Year: 2011. Via Rooftop Records. Available digitally on iTunes and Amazon.

wildershaw:

Internet -
My good friend Kelly McCarron’s first comedy album drops today (an album for which I actually opened for her the night it was recorded).
Figure it out on iTunes now o’clock.

wildershaw:

Internet -

My good friend Kelly McCarron’s first comedy album drops today (an album for which I actually opened for her the night it was recorded).

Figure it out on iTunes now o’clock.

Product Review: Kelly McCarron’s “I’d Eat Them Both”

The night narrowly avoided calamity; Kelly was pulled over by an officer of the law en route to the show. Luckily the officer only issued a warning. “Wow, I learned something… I’m really pretty!” declares the sprightly comedian. Thus sets the tone for I’d Eat Them Both, a stand-up comedy album from Kelly McCarron, recorded live at the historic Purple Onion in San Francisco.

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"Just Waxin’ My Balls" by Keith D

"Three Legged Cat" by Doug Benson. Album: Unbalanced Load. Year: 2009. Recorded at San Francisco Punch Line.

On 12/27-28 Doug Benson is doing a set of very interesting stand-up performances at the San Francisco Punch Line. He will be performing his four comedy albums sequentially over four comedy events. Almost like a how Wu-Tang strictly will do 36 Chambers or Public Enemy will do It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back. Cool stuff.

"Cats Made of Rabbits" by Keith Lowell Jensen [COMPLETE]. Run Time: 75 Minutes.

[In a sweeping gesture, the entirety of Jensen’s album is available for free online. The result is a beautiful display of comedy, and a great introduction to a man (comedian), his mind (atheist) and his times (the shaky new millennium). Make time to listen to this, it’s definitely worth it.]