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George Carlin: Class Clown - Recorded Live At The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium (Includes Custom Inner Sleeve With Photos) (Gatefold Cover) [Vinyl LP] [Stereo] Explicit Lyrics

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STEREO VINYL LP! George Carlin: Class Clown! Recorded Live At The Santa Monica Civic Auditorium! Authentic 1972 Little David Release In Fold-Open Gatefold Cover! TRACKS: A1. Class Clown - Bi-Labial Fricative / Attracting Attention / Squeamish; A2. Wasted Time - Sharing A Swallow; A3. Values (How Much Is That Dog Crap in the Window?); B1. I Used to Be Irish Catholic; B2. The Confessional; B3. Special Dispensation - Heaven, Hell, Purgatory And Limbo; B4. Heavy Mysteries; B5. Muhammad Ali-America the Beautiful; & B6. Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television.

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  • Vinyl
  • Original Release Date: 1972
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Little David
  • ASIN: B005IC0L9U
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,297 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 8, 2013
Inside the gatefold cover of George Carlin's superb 1972 LITTLE DAVID comedy record entitled CLASS CLOWN (LD 1004) is George's dedication to "all the oddballs," a strange tale of insanity-causing grain, and childhood snapshots of Carlin. The original paper inner sleeve has the two front and back cover photos of George on a stool. The difference is here the chalkboard behind him is filled with his "Hair Poem" from the previous FM / AM album.

CLASS CLOWN was recorded in concert at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on 5/27/72 and released four months later. The subdivided title piece takes up much of Side One. The main bit on Side Two concerns George's experiences in parochial school.The LP's closer is his most famous (some say "infamous") routine about broadcast censorship.

SIDE ONE NOTES
1.) Trendsetters in classroom SFX, including artificial farts and knuckle cracking. Inside-out eyelids. Burping the alphabet. 2.) Elevators. Airport spies. Swallowing noises. 3.) "You can buy anything in this country." Novelty store items. Where to place fake vomit. Varieties of artificial dog poo.

SIDE TWO NOTES
1.) Sister Mary Discipline. Progressive parochial school. "Dusty and Buddy" proverbs. 2.) "You had to WANNA." "Six sins, one feel. Man!" Father Rivera's easy penance. 3.) Churches changing rules at their convenience. "...in Hell, doing time on a meat rap." Comic book depictions of Heaven. "They cancelled Limbo." 4.) Trying to trip up "fodder" with unanswerable suppositions. 5.) "Government wanted him to KILL people." Leaving Vietnam. Why we're there. Pollution-intensive parody of "America the Beautiful." 6.) Taboo words.
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