Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Lounge Foxx, Pt. II
Benedict J. Likens | Whiting, IN USA | 03/14/2001
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Like Vol. I of the Live and Dirty/Funny series, Redd Foxx is taking it easy, and he has some pleasant back and forths with some of the folks in his very appreciative audience.Highlights include a story about a Viet Nam veteran whom the President tries to decorate, two hapless campers who run into a hungry grizzly, a very funny joke about a cannibal chief and a witch doctor, and the various reasons why certain politicians got into office while others didn't.Foxx chats with an amiable lady from New York and the various differences between East and West (coasts, that is) are discussed, including how stringent clubs are at closing time in both L.A. and New York. He keeps coming back to this lady and their interplay gives the disc a very cool sort of continuity. In fact, the best overall thing about this CD is Foxx's repartee with the audience. He's not at all arrogant or unapproachable, and he makes everybody in the club feel welcome and comfortable. I felt welcome and comfortable in the club, and I was in my living room!This and Vol. I of the Live and Dirty/Funny series are the most effective of the bunch, so even if you're just getting into Redd Foxx, if you want many laughs for just a few dollars, pick up Vols. I & II. You won't be disappointed."
One of My-All time Favorite Comedians
firstname.lastname@example.org | usa | 03/10/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"not only for party records but also for story-telling Redd Foxx is high on my list of people that have Influenced me over the years.He had a unique way of getting His message across&Being cleaver about it&witty all at once.nothing is off-limits with Redd&I dig that element most about His Genius."