Details: Geffen, GHS 4007, includes original photo inner sleeve, 1983
Condition: Vinyl VG+ (a few light scuffs), Jacket VG (mild edge wear and a notch cut at the bottom right edge)
Out of Print and Not Available as CD.
From the All Music Guide:
What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most? caputres Joan Rivers at her mid-'80s peak, offering routines on The National Enquirer, the Royal Family, fame, sex, Heidi Abromowitz and, of course, gynecologists. Although it doesn't fully capture the scope of her talent, it remains the best comedy album Rivers ever recorded and it's not a bad way to become acquainted with her routines.
The tracks are:
1 The National Enquirer and U.F.O. Sightings :25
2 Drugs 19:13
3 Living in New York 16:20
4 Before and After Marriage 1:37
5 Rock Stars
6 Men Vs. Women
7 The Royal Family
8 A Great Movie Star
9 How God Divides
10 Nurses and Stewardesses
11 Men She Dated
12 Being a Bridesmaid
13 Being Married
15 Heidi Abromowitz
16 Going to the Gynecologist
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