More than 45 years after it was recorded, the voice is strong and clear. It is young, but unmistakable: Joan Rivers. That voice--and the truths it speaks--are timeless. And the truth is always a little shocking. On our re-release of the 1968 recording "The Second to Last Joan Rivers Album"--the first time it's ever been available on CD--Rivers proves that, before there were arguments over whether women were funny, women's lives were funny. Released on LP years ago, not available anywhere else.

CD includes an exclusive eight-page booklet featuring liner notes by comedy historian and WFMU blogger Kliph Nesteroff, an essay by Sarah Silverman and period photos by John Shearer (Look Magazine).

More than 45 years after it was recorded, the voice is strong and clear. It is young, but unmistakable: Joan Rivers. That voice--and the truths it speaks--are timeless. And the truth is always a little shocking. On our re-release of the 1968 recording "The Second to Last Joan Rivers Album"--the first time it's ever been available on CD--Rivers proves that, before there were arguments over whether women were funny, women's lives were funny. Released on LP years ago, not available anywhere else.

CD includes an exclusive eight-page booklet featuring liner notes by comedy historian and WFMU blogger Kliph Nesteroff, an essay by Sarah Silverman and period photos by John Shearer (Look Magazine).

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The Next To Last Joan Rivers Album

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Format: CD
Label: STAND UP
Rel. Date: 04/18/2015
UPC: 609461012029

The Next To Last Joan Rivers Album
Artist: Joan Rivers
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More than 45 years after it was recorded, the voice is strong and clear. It is young, but unmistakable: Joan Rivers. That voice--and the truths it speaks--are timeless. And the truth is always a little shocking. On our re-release of the 1968 recording "The Second to Last Joan Rivers Album"--the first time it's ever been available on CD--Rivers proves that, before there were arguments over whether women were funny, women's lives were funny. Released on LP years ago, not available anywhere else.

CD includes an exclusive eight-page booklet featuring liner notes by comedy historian and WFMU blogger Kliph Nesteroff, an essay by Sarah Silverman and period photos by John Shearer (Look Magazine).