Margaret Cho - Notorious C.H.O. mp3 album
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In the brazen world of comedienne Margaret Cho, anything goes. She's cleverly crass in speaking against a society that's opposed to homosexuality and feminism while also supportive in defying gender, race, and sex issues. She's flat-out funny when doing so; her frank and raucous approach simply cannot be ignored. Her live double disc, Notorious . captures a special evening at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Cho's 2001-2002 North American tour. Cho introduces her album by chastising terrorism and praising America for their post-September 11 bounce back
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Cho doing stand-up in June 2005. In 2002, the show Notorious . the title was derived from slain rapper The Notorious . dealt with the comedian having been reared in 1970s San Francisco and her bisexuality. The next year, Cho made another stand-up film, Revolution, which was released in 2004. In 2005, Cho started promoting and touring with her new show, Assassin. In 1994, Skankin' Pickle released their album Sing Along With Skankin' Pickle which includes a song "It's Margaret Ch. Tours. I'm the One That I Want" (2000). State of Emergency" (2004).
Live At Carnegie Hall). Margaret Cho. Tracks. Gag Reflex (Live At Carnegie Hall).
Margaret Cho was born Dec. 5, 1968 and raised in San Francisco. It was different than any other place on Earth, she says. In 2001, after the success of her first tour, Cho launched Notorious . a smash-hit 37-city national tour that culminated in a sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall. was recorded and released as a feature film, hailed by the New York Times as Brilliant! Both films were acquired by Showtime Cable Networks, and produced by Margaret’s production company, a testament to the success of Margaret’s bold business model. In March of 2003, Margaret embarked on her third sold-out national tour, Revolution. 2010 culminated with another high honor, a second Grammy Award nomination for Comedy Album of the Year for Cho Dependent, her incredibly funny collection of music featuring collaborations with Fiona Apple, Andrew Bird, Grant Lee Phillips, Tegan & Sarah, Ben Lee and more. The album received critical acclaim, with The Oregonian stating, This was a chance to see and hear an already drop-dead funny diva growing, flexing new musical muscle, and fearlessly mature.