1980 studio album by The Pretenders. The tracks "Message of Love", "Talk of the Town", "Porcelain" and "Cuban Slide" alongside a live version of the album's opening track, "Precious", were released on a follow-up EP entitled Extended Play soon after.
Stand Up is the second studio album by the British rock band Jethro Tull, released in 1969. He was replaced by guitarist Martin Barre, who appeared on every Jethro Tull album from this point onwards.
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Photo: Maya Robinson and Photos by Getty and Netflix. This week, Vulture will be publishing our critics’ year-end lists. 1. Chelsea Peretti, One of the Greats Chelsea Peretti has the most singular comedic voice of any stand-up of this generation. Over years of doing comedy, writing on shows like Parks and Recreation, and owning social media, Peretti has separated herself from her peers. I’ll it put this way: If every comedian is playing a character (himself or herself), Peretti’s is the most complicated and richly rendered. Onstage, she’s a tangle of contradictions: silly and cutting; earnest.
Stand-up comedy grew out of minstrelsy and then vaudeville, which only makes it about a century old, tops. Some of the best practitioners of the form are still aliv. r at the very least, haven’t been in the ground all that long. And even as the medium has morphed from one-liner artists to political satirists, from social-taboo tweakers to didja-ever-notice observational humorists, from the club-comic bubble of the 1980s to the the alt-comedy boom of the 1990s, it usually boils down to a fairly simple set-up. Do you like observational and autobiographical stand-up? You have Robert Klein to thank. His first album, Child of the '50s (1973), wasn't just about the details of air raids and school dances – it painted a picture of the Eisenhower era in all its prosperity and paranoia.