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).