GEORGE CARLIN - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED - HFSID 279098
GEORGE CARLIN Copy of Toledo Window Box, George Carlin's fourth and last gold album, signed on the cover Record Album Cover signed: "George Carlin". Color, 12¼x12¼. Copy of Toledo Window Box by Carlin. With one 11¾-inch diameter record. ©1974 Little David records Co. Inc.
Sale Price $432.00
Copy of Toledo Window Box, George Carlin's fourth and last gold album, signed on the cover
Record Album Cover signed: "George Carlin". Color, 12¼x12¼. Copy of Toledo Window Box by Carlin. With one 11¾-inch diameter record. ©1974 Little David records Co. Inc. This album was recorded live at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, California on July 20, 1974. This was Carlin's fourth, and last, album to be certified as gold. "Toledo Window Box" is supposedly a type of marijuana that someone had offered Carlin. This album includes philosophical musings like Goofy Shit, Urinals Are 50 Percent Universal and Snot, The Original Rubber Cement. In the early 1960s, Carlin (1937-2008) got his start as a stand-up comic by performing on the Las Vegas circuit and entertaining TV audiences. Carlin received two Grammy Awards for FM & AM (1990) and Jammin' in New York (1992). To date, he has starred in 14 HBO specials, all abundant in his trademark satire and profanity about American family life. His last, It's Bad For Ya! (2008), was televised less than four months before his death and was his first posthumous album release. Throughout his career, Carlin has taken on a number of comedic roles in films such as 1987's Outrageous Fortune and 1990's Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey. He took a more dramatic turn in The Prince of Tides (1991). Most recently, he was featured in Dogma (1999), in which he played a fame-seeking religious figure. Carlin continued to perform about 150 dates a year on the road, in addition to his acting, writing and recording, up to his death. Lightly toned, scuffed and creased. Edges are scuffed. Light impression from record (not visible head-on). Record is lightly scuffed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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