Had Mitch Hedberg lived (he died in 2005 at the age of 37), he may have become a legitimate household name. As it is, he’s a comedy legend. A master of absurdities, one-liners, and near-nonsense (he wants to invent a vending machine for vending machines), Hedberg is in a class occupied by few others, like Steven Wright and Zach Galifianakis.
Mitch All Together is one of Hedberg’s three comedy albums. It was recorded at the Acme Comedy Club in Minneapolis, in 2003. The audience’s delight is crystal clear as Mitch muses on everything from sandwiches (very easy to eat) to chocolate bars (imprinting the name steals chocolate) to the irrelevance of sesame seeds. Non-food jokes are included, too.
Track 1: This CD Is in Stores
Track 2: Sandwiches
Track 3: Not Track Five, Not Chainsaw Juggler
Track 4: Teeth
Track 5: Candy Bars
Track 6: Houses
Track 7: Pop
Track 8: The Pipe
Track 9: Business Cards
Track 10: Sesame Seeds
Track 11: Three Easy Payments
Track 12: Arrows
Track 13: Saved by the Buoyancy of Citrus
Track 14: Mitch in the S'th
Track 15: Bed and Breakfast
Track 16: X
Track 17: Movie Pot
ADVISORY: Contains Adult Content.
© and (P)2003 Comedy Central Records
"Absurd like Steven Wright, but nowhere near as laid-back, Mitch Hedberg throws out one bizarre observation after another on Mitch All Together." (David Jeffries, All Music Guide)
I never could get a good single laugh out of this one. Some comics are fuunier with visuals, this was not fuuny. sorry
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