22 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Country comic Rodney Carrington spends most of this 2014 live album cracking raunchy about his two favorite topics: religion and sex. In “Going to Church” and “Poison Ivy and the Lord” he tries to avoid scary preachers, so he stays home and catches a nasty rash instead. In “Shane” and “If I’m the Only One,” he sings about other men his wife’s slept with. It all leads up to the 14-minute shaggy-dog story “The Toby Keith Saga,” on which he insists Keith is really a Jewish guy named Jeff Goldstein—and it only gets crazier from there.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Country comic Rodney Carrington spends most of this 2014 live album cracking raunchy about his two favorite topics: religion and sex. In “Going to Church” and “Poison Ivy and the Lord” he tries to avoid scary preachers, so he stays home and catches a nasty rash instead. In “Shane” and “If I’m the Only One,” he sings about other men his wife’s slept with. It all leads up to the 14-minute shaggy-dog story “The Toby Keith Saga,” on which he insists Keith is really a Jewish guy named Jeff Goldstein—and it only gets crazier from there.

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