Solo performer: George Carlin (spoken vocals).
Recorded at The Paramount Theater, New York on April 25, 1992.
JAMMIN' IN NEW YORK won the 1994 Grammy Award for "Spoken Comedy Album."
Originally released in 1992, JAMMIN' IN NEW YORK is the audio companion to the George Carlin HBO special of the same name. Featuring routines on Operation Desert Storm, the homeless, and the future of the planet, this collection showcases Carlin as fearless social commentator, guising his moral outrage in witty observations and cutting satire. Insightful and hilarious, JAMMIN' IN NEW YORK is one of Carlin's best works from the `90s.
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