George Carlin - What Am I Doing In New Jersey? mp3 album
George Carlin changes his act by bringing politics into the act, but also talks about the People he can do without, Keeping People Alert, and Cars and Driving part 2. What (the Fuck) am I Doing in New Jersey από IvanLandon.
George Denis Patrick Carlin was born on May 12, 1937, in Manhattan, New York, the younger son of secretary Mary Carlin (née Bearey) and The Sun's advertising manager Patrick John Carlin. His father was an Irish immigrant from County Donegal, while his mother was an Irish-American. Carlin's maternal grandfather, Dennis Bearey, was an Irish immigrant who worked as an NYPD officer. The album FM & AM proved very popular. It marked Carlin's change from mainstream to counterculture comedy. The "AM" side was an extension of Carlin's previous style, with zany but relatively clean routines parodying aspects of American life. What Am I Doing in New Jersey? 1988.
What Am I Doing in New Jersey? (1988). If you want to go back to the beginning of the cranky old man Carlin who railed against stupid bullshit in politics and religion, just listen to the first track of this album, where he takes a well-deserved dump on the openly corrupt Reagan administration. The specific details of the bit might be dated, but the overall themes are as relevant as ever.
George Carlin sums up his essence on the track "Reagan's Gang, Church People, and American Values": "I'm the first to say its a great country, but its a strange culture!" He rants about preventative detainment, censorship, and the paradoxes of the Right to Life movement - all of which is biting, but not very funny. Then, about seven minutes in, he gets started. Carlin protects no sacred cows, and quickly moves through cracks on bulimia, banning artificial sweeteners but not tobacco ("because a rat died!"), and other peculiar American quirks. What a missed opportunity. Overall, a light and entertaining comedy album, but not a groundbreaking or challenging one.
With George Carlin, Robert N. Altman, Lloyd Lindsay Young. In "Complaints & Grievances," George Carlin's 12th HBO comedy special, taped at the Beacon Theater in New York on November 17, 2001 (ten weeks after 9/11), Carlin casts his usual jaundiced. See full summary . Director: Rocco Urbisci.
George performs regularly; guest hosts "The Tonight Show," 1966. George kissing his daughter, Kelly. The cover of Georges legendary 1972 album, "Class Clown". George practicing the gestures and expressions he would become known for. George, his wife Brenda, and only daughter Kelly, born June 15, 1963. George and his new wife, Brenda, cutting the cake at their wedding, 1961. Late 1980's, George performs on the road year round. George's last HBO performance, "It's Bad For Ya," 2008. HBO special, "What Am I Doing In New Jersey," 1988. George and Brenda Carlin at home in the 1970's. On the set of "Dogma" as Cardinal Ignatius Glick, 1999. Palace Theater, NYC - George's name in lights.
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|A1||Reagan's Gang, Church People, And American Values||11:08|
|A2||Keeping People Alert||11:10|
|A3||People I Can Do Without||3:50|
|B1||More Stuff On Cars & Driving|
|B1a||Intro & Toll Booths||2:30|
|B1b||New Jersey & License Plates||3:25|
|B1d||Baby On Board||2:11|
|B1e||Red Lights & Tickets||3:34|
|B1f||Joggers & Bicycles||1:43|
|B1g||The Other Cars||7:14|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Published By – Dead Sea Music
- Mastered At – Warner Amigo
- Edited At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Manufactured By – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Manufactured By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Art Direction – Bob Defrin
- Edited By – Mike Stone*
- Photography By – Marty Umans
- Producer – George Carlin
- Written-By – George Carlin
NotesMastered at Warner Amigo, L.A.
Edited at Record Plant, L.A.
This Side = 26:08
That Side = 21:37
℗© 1988 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.
Mfg. by Atlantic Recording Corp, a Warner Communications Company.
Printed in U.S.A.
Published by Dead Sea Music, BMI.
Manufacturer is indicated by the "SR" which is printed on the cassette.
Category Spine: 7 90972-4
Category Cass.: 90972-4
"This life is but a doomed journey of misery and loneliness, punctuated by moments of suffering, and ending in total annihilation."
"Beware of all enterprises that require new clothes."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7567-90972-4 8
- Rights Society: BMI
|90972-2||George Carlin||What Am I Doing In New Jersey? (CD, Album)||Eardrum Records||90972-2||US||1988|
|90972-4||George Carlin||What Am I Doing In New Jersey? (Cass, Album, Promo)||Eardrum Records||90972-4||US||1988|
|90972-1||George Carlin||What Am I Doing In New Jersey? (LP, Album)||Eardrum Records||90972-1||US||1988|
|90972-2||George Carlin||What Am I Doing In New Jersey? (CD, Album, RE)||Eardrum Records||90972-2||US||Unknown|
|R2 90972, 90972-2||George Carlin||What Am I Doing In New Jersey? (CD, Album, RE)||Flashback Records, Flashback Records, Eardrum Records, Eardrum Records||R2 90972, 90972-2||US||2008|