Laughter's Good

Laughter's Good

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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