2 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this 1966 recording of a live Hollywood nightclub appearance, Redd Foxx tells stories rife with hilarious double-entendres. The self-deprecating comedian compares his face to that of a war-scarred veteran, pays tribute to cowboys and other icons of American history, plays "Knock-Knock" with the audience, drops more than a little topical humor, mocks racial clichés, and weaves exaggerated tales of his personal life. His tartly plainspoken delivery makes the punch lines tickle that much more.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On this 1966 recording of a live Hollywood nightclub appearance, Redd Foxx tells stories rife with hilarious double-entendres. The self-deprecating comedian compares his face to that of a war-scarred veteran, pays tribute to cowboys and other icons of American history, plays "Knock-Knock" with the audience, drops more than a little topical humor, mocks racial clichés, and weaves exaggerated tales of his personal life. His tartly plainspoken delivery makes the punch lines tickle that much more.

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