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GILDA RADNER <br> Live From New York <br>1979 (Warner Bros Records - Out of Print)

Details: Warner Brothers, HS-3320, stereo, beige label with logo above hole, 1979

Condition: Vinyl VG+ (some light scuffs and scratches), Jacket VG (mild wear, especially at edges)

Out of Print and Not Available as CD.

From the All Music Guide:
For Live From New York, Gilda Radner compiled her most famous bits from Saturday Night Live and performed them in front of a Broadway audience. Emily Litella attempts to teach at a rough inner-city school ("Get fudged? I don't care for it, it's too sweet!"), Roseanne Roseannadanna gives a commencement address that deteriorates into a description of lancing a boil, and Patti Smith clone Candy Slice slurs her way through "Gimme Mick." Though some of the laughter is frustratingly directed at clearly visual jokes, much of the performances are funny, and the presence of the cheerfully obscene "Let's Talk Dirty to the Animals," which would have never made it onto network TV, is especially amusing. The only odd moment is the closing number, "Honey (Touch Me With My Clothes On)," a maudlin ballad that seems too sincere to be a parody and full of quirky lyrics that render it too offbeat to be straight.

The tracks are:
1 Let's Talk Dirty to the Animals (O'Donolghue) 2:29
2 The Audition/I Love to Be Unhappy 3:48
3 Don Kirshner/Rhonda Weiss Introduction/Goodbye Saccharine 7:47
4 Lisa Loopner Piano Recital: "The Way We Were" 8:04
5 If You Look Close/Gimme Mick 6:58
6 Emily Litella 5:08
7 Roseanne Roseannadanna 8:04
8 Honey (Touch Me With My Clothes On) 4:49

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