Sandra Bernhard I'm Still Here... Damn It! (Live)
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- by Sandra Bernhard ~ Everything Bad & Beautiful (Live) ~ $4.49
- Released: November 17, 1998
- Label: TVT
Entertainment Weekly - 12/18/98, p.87"Bernhard is a spike-heeled Mencken for our time, skewering the pomposity, hypocrisy, and stupidity of celebrity culture at the same time that she embraces it..." - Rating: A-
Alternative Press - 12/00, p.128Included in AP's "10 Essential Comedy Albums" - "...[She] shows off all her talents here skewering celebrities and providing a unique perspective on modern life..."e
- 1.Walk Tall
- 2.Difficult Times
- 3.On the Runway
- 5.Too Many Magazines
- 6.Courtney Love
- 7.The Beautiful Women in Hollywood
- 9.Lilith Fair
- 11.Designer Culture
- 12.Romance & Drugs
- 13.Mama's Getting Hot
- 14.Jazzy Spider
- 15.Fabulous Trip To Morocco / God Is Good
- 16.Sandy's Taxi
- 17.Hermino Is My House Painter
- 18."That's My L.A."
- 19.Midnight Train to Georgia
- 20.On the Runway - (remix)
Personnel: Sandra Bernhard (vocals); Mitch Kaplan (vocals, keyboards); Eve Nelson (vocals, programming); Bernadette O'Reilly (spoken vocals); Mike Lopresti (acoustic guitar); Sharon Middendorf (electric guitar); Larry Saltzman (guitar); Hugh Elliott (drums); Denise Fraser, Everet Bradley (percussion); Elaine Caswell, Catherine Russell (background vocals).
Principally recorded live at the Westbeth Theatre Center, New York, New York in February 1998.
Sandra Bernhard's I'm Still Here...Damn It! is the title of her 1998 one-woman show, and this album is a live recording of that show. Hilarious from start to finish, one must be pretty in tune with popular culture to understand the bulk of the jokes on this album. She pokes fun at nearly every aspect of 1990s popular culture -- no one remains unscathed. From Courtney Love, Mariah Carey, Lillith Fair waifs, hash brownies in Amsterdam, life in Los Angeles, plastic bottles of water, her house painter Herminio, antibacterial soap, the fashion world, and even Ann Wilson, Ms. Bernhard provides her insightful humor on a huge variety of topics, even delicate ones such as the deaths of Princess Diana and Gianni Versace. However, no matter how touchy the topic, her humor is never malicious, bitter, or obscene, it's always slightly sarcastic, ironic, insightful, and definitely hilarious. The album does contain a few musical numbers but is not an actual musical album like its predecessor, 1994's Excuses for Bad Behavior, Pt. 1. She sings "Midnight Train to Georgia," and one studio recording is included ("On the Runway"), which was a minor U.S. dance hit (and pretty damn funny in its own right). For fans of this comedienne, this album is a definite treat and never loses its humor or poignancy, even after repeated listenings. ~ Jose Promis
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