Details: Dade/Laff A212, stereo, reddish orange label with Laff logo above hole, 1976.
Condition: Vinyl VG++ (very clean, some light scuffs), Jacket G+ (general wear, bottom seam is split, there is a pen mark on front cover which is visible in scan)
Out of Print and Not Available as CD.
From the All Music Guide:
Pryor continued performing safe, toothless comedy for another couple of years, but during a 1970 Las Vegas appearance he snapped; in the middle of the routine, he rhetorically asked "What am I doing here?" and walked offstage, effectively going underground and playing only small black clubs for much of the early part of the decade. This period, along with his late-'60s work, served as the basis for an onslaught of LPs issued by the Laff label throughout the 1970s; while a part of his official discography, the material found on albums like 1977's Are You Serious?, 1978's Black Ben the Blacksmith and 1980's Insane was already many years old by the time of the records' release. Not surprisingly, Pryor later disowned the albums.
The tracks are:
1. Lovers Quarrel
2. Nigger Baby
3. World Situation
5. Chick a Chick a Boom Boom
8. Talk Show
9. Man on the Sun
10. Negro Slave
11. Gettin' Any?
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