Recorded live at The Latin Casino, Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
All material written by Richard Pryor.
Personnel: Richard Pryor (vocals).
Audio Remixer: Rudy Hill.
Recording information: The Latin Casino, Cherry Hill, NJ.
Editor: Rudy Hill.
Photographer: Ed Thrasher.
Unknown Contributor Role: Jack Curtis.
By the mid 70's, Richard Pryor was one of the most popular and instantly recognizable comedians on the planet, due to his witty and racy routine that appeared to have no boundaries. There appeared to be no subject that Pryor couldn't work into a hilarious stand up comedy sketch, as his popularity grew due to the success of such Warner Bros releases as 1975's IS IT SOMETHING I SAID? Pryor is at the top of his game throughout, as he touches upon several bits that would not only become amongst Pryor's greatest of all time, but as comedy's finest as well. Richard is on fire with such hilarious segments as "Eulogy" (in which he takes on the role of a wacky preacher), "Cocaine," and "Mudbone (Little Feets)," the latter a character that has become a Pryor trademark that he's returned to throughout his career. Along with BICENTENNIAL NIGGER and SUPERNIGGER, IS IT SOMETHING I SAID? ranks among Pryor's all time greatest.