Comedy albums on Spotify (pt 2)
Part 2 of an ongoing list of Spotify comedy albums, in no particular order:
- Todd Barry – From Heaven
The sarcastic, deadpan comedy stylings of Todd Barry.
- Doug Benson – Unbalanced Load
Likeable stoner comedian. Doug also host the podcast: Doug Loves Movies.
- Demetri Martin – These Are Jokes
The former indie-darling of one-liners.
- Mike Birbiglia – My Secret Public Journal Live
This album began to see Birbiglia go toward a more story-teller style. He has since gone on to take his monologues to an off-broadway show.
- Mitch Hedberg – Strategic Grill Locations
Hedberg has 3 albums on spotify, including the posthumously released Do You Believe In Gosh?
- Todd Glass – Thin Pig
Todd Glass is manic and opinionated, yet strangely endearing. As anyone who listens to the old episodes of Comedy and Everything Else will know.
- Matt Braunger – Soak Up The Night
Up and coming NYC standup, well worth a listen.
- Brian Regan – Brian Regan Live
A true comedian’s comedian. Regan is well known for being clean (no swearing), but his act is hardly the kind of bland faff that phrase might bring to mind.
- Sean Cullen – I Am A Human Man
Canadian musical comic and gifted improviser. This album is mostly studio-recorded songs with narrative links, but his other album, Live! is just that, with lots of audience interaction.
- Marc Maron – Tickets Still Available
Marc Maron’s brutal honesty and confessional style is strangely endearing. Highly recommended if you are a fan of the WTF podcast. All 3 of Marc’s albums are on Spotify, so listen to them in order of release, to hear the effect of his messy divorce on his comedy.