Greg Giraldo, who tragically died in 2010 at age 44, showcases his brash and provocative brand of observational humor with A Good Day to Cross a River, a stand-up concert recorded in 2006 that offers fresh angles on well-worn comedic territory like religion, dating, and obesity.
Combining the social awareness of Bill Hicks with the urgent, whiskey-and-cigarette-tinged vocal stylings of Lewis Black, Giraldo takes no prisoners in his incisive and devastatingly hilarious takedowns of American culture and the mundaneness of everyday life.
Recorded live in April 2006 at the Comedy Works in Denver.
Track 1: Greatest City on Earth/Getting Old
Track 2: WWJD/Priests/Pope/Wal-Mart/Penguins
Track 3: Brokeback Mountain/Gay Marriage/Siegfried and Roy
Track 4: Room for Dessert/Death by Chocolate/Lent/Snacks
Track 5: Fat Ass with Fingers/Illegal Aliens
Track 6: SUV/Fat Kids/Suing McDonald's/Dreammakers/Burned Genitals
Track 7: The Floater/Maury
Track 8: Monkeypox/Osama/Bird Flu
Track 9: Terrorism
Track 10: Dyslexic Luger/Civil War Letters/Kids/Baby in River
Track 11: Katrina
Track 12: Computer Dating/Couples Fight
Track 13: Brian Nichols/Lil Jon/MTV Cribs/Bitches
Track 14: Sexual Saturation
© and (P)2006 Comedy Central Records
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