Richard Pryor - "CRAPS" - After Hours mp3 album
Richard Pryor is the debut album of comedian Richard Pryor. It was recorded live in 1968 at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California. Gary Burden, an American artist, designed the album cover which was nominated for Best Album Cover at the 12th Annual Grammy Awards. Gary Burden, who designed the album cover, said Pryor wanted to do something "kind of Roots-y" for the cover
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Craps (After Hours) - Разное от Richard Pryor. В альбом вошло 31 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 36:25. Insurance Man. 00:28.
Craps (After Hours) (1971)Craps (After Hours)1971. Richard Pryor is the debut album of comedian Richard Pryor. It was recorded live at The Troubadour in West Hollywood, California. Super Nigger" - 3:16.
9 tracks · 10 September 1976. 8 tracks · November 1968. Here And Now. Play album. 32 tracks · 1 January 2013. The Anthology: 1968-1992.
Craps, recorded live in 1971 at the Redd Foxx Club in Hollywood, is a perfect example - one look at the distinctly adult-looking characters on the album cover and the X-rated track titles and you know the tame stuff Pryor once did on Ed Sullivan has been jettisoned in favor of the ribald. The comedian riffs his way through black culture ("Black Preachers," "I Spy Cops"), sex ("Big Tits," "Getting' the Nut"), and street life ("Wino Panthers," "Crap Game").
Craps (After Hours) is the second album by American comedian Richard Pryor, released in 1971 on the Laff Records label. It was released during the comedian's transitional period from a middlebrow "Cosbyized" comic into a more improvisational, socially conscious, controversial brand of raw humor that Pryor would help to pioneer during the 1970s. Several monologues from the album were repeated for Pryor's debut concert film, Live & Smokin', although that film would be held from release until 1985 as a VHS videotape