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Carlin Part 2

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So while I am pulling my hair out over zippyshare's slow/incompetant handling of my Cream firles, why not let someone else complain about THE SAME THING as Brian goes for broke in his attempt at the bigggest and greatest George Carlin post ever brought to light......as always, I know a lot less about Carlin than I know about, say, the undergarments of Courtney Love, say, so I will just allow Brian to take the reins and allow him to tell you whatever he feels is necessary to suck you in.......and, as always with his work, these posts (and others) are always availableat HIS blog site,



http://howdthehellyougethere.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-george-carlin-project-some-audio.html?m=1


As always, check em out here, or there, makes me no difference, but in either case give the proper thanks to Brian (on either site) as he has done ALL of the work on all of this comedy stuff, personally I haven't done shit but bitch about zippy uploading my Cream links.......have a great Wedensday, I hope to have all 3 parts of the Cream thing donw, so we can move on to something (?) a bit more essoteric........Love to all! Scott M......

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The George Carlin Project - Some Audio Oddities
NOTE CONCERNING THE GEORGE CARLIN 70'S EXTRAS: Zippyshare can be a hateful bitch. I've got three zip files uploaded, but the last few crapped out on me. I considered just going ahead and posting what videos I have, but no; I want these posts to be complete. So, give me some more time on the vids....they will come and they will be awesome. There will be posts between the slabs of Carlin, though. I've got older uploads I need to post before they expire.

But, I do have some highly interesting George Carlin audio for you. On to the first one, and I quote:
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"In 1983, Cardinal Hayes High School in the Bronx, instituted it's first Hall of Fame Dinner. The first to be inducted was the school's legendary Dean of Discipline, Monsignor Stan Jablonski. He held this position from the opening of the school in 1941 up into the early 1960s. On hand that evening was Regis Philbin, Class of 1949, who served as emcee and George Carlin. As Carlin puts it, "If I would've graduated, I'd be class of 1955." This recording picks up as Carlin begins his personal remembrances of the school and some faculty members. They included Monsignor McCormack, Father Ziemak and Monsignor Jablonski, of course. There are a few remarks by Monsignor Jablonski at the end of Carlin's talk. This event took place on Saturday, April 23rd, 1983. There was a huge turnout for this event with almost 1,300 present for the affair."

Has a false start and an audio drop out in the first 50 seconds. An interesting historical curiosity though. 40+ minutes. DOWNLOAD
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And on to number 2, which I like even more:

"Humorist discusses his transition from straight comedian to a social satirist. He talks about how Lenny Bruce and Mort Sahl helped him get started, where he is headed now, and his recent firings from nightclubs for his use of political material and "objectionable" language.

Recorded at the Playboy Club, San Francisco, on December 29, 1970."DOWNLOAD

This one is fascinating. With him talking about the busts and his newer kind of comedy, this is a great extra to "FM & AM". Hope somebody likes this. The vids are coming, but it'll be a few more posts down the road.
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