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9 thoughts on “ Bill Hicks - Shock And Awe: Live At Oxford Playhouse 11 November 1992 (CD)

  1. Recorded in Oxford, England this CD is another gem showing Bill at his funniest. This has no new material, but shows how he adapted his act for different audiences and how the English react to .
  2. Wikiquote has quotations related to: Bill Hicks Salvation is a two-disc live album by stand-up comedian and satirist Bill Hicks posthumously released in on Rykodisc. It was recorded at the Oxford Playhouse, and is an unabridged version of Shock and Awe.
  3. Bill Hicks - William Melvin Bill Hicks was an American stand-up comedian, social critic, satirist and musician. Explore. Agent Kermit D. Fonz added this to a list 11 months, 2 weeks ago. Gone, but not forgotten ( person items) cekadidas added this to a list 1 year ago.
  4. Artist information Sort name: Hicks, Bill Type: Person Gender: Male Born: Born in: Valdosta, Georgia, United States Died: (aged 32) Died in: .
  5. The recording itself -- which comes from a sold-out performance at the Oxford Playhouse Theatre on November 11, -- contains some material that has appeared on previous albums (Arizona Bay, mostly), in addition to "new" material previously unavailable on CD.8/
  6. Following the continued growth in popularity with every release, Oxford: November 11, captures a legendary performance at Oxford University. This 2-CD set showcases Bill Hicks at the height of his comedy powers. Nearly two hours long and unedited, Oxford is Pure, Raw BILL HICKS! Ryko. /5(16).
  7. On inlay: Live on stage in the UK at Oxford Playhouse Theatre On front: Live at Oxford Playhouse. The mock up newspaper is headlined 'Shock and Awe' which has been used in some places as the title.4/5(16).
  8. Love, Laughter and Truth, an Album by Bill Hicks. Released 12 November on Rykodisc (catalog no. RCD ; CD). Genres: Stand-up Comedy.
  9. Recorded in Oxford, England this CD is another gem showing Bill at his funniest. This has no new material, but shows how he adapted his act for different audiences and how the English react to /5(12).

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