As far as reviewing a comedy concert, how does one go about doing that? I've done that before. Do you want to know if it made me laugh? Do you want to know what stories he tells? It is a fine line to walk so as not to spoil your initial listening.
Let me start off by giving you the track listing. This will give a hint as to what to expect:
2. Satanic Messages
4. New Orleans
5. Billboards And Bumper Stickers
9. Married With Children
10. Walk It Off
11. Captain's Blog
His dry wit works well with the crowd as they seemed to be into it right from the introduction. His topics run from white power (Yay!) to the purpose of satanic messages, from guessing the terrorists at the airport to "Don't Blame Me" bumper stickers. He even confronts the possibility he may be gay.
The show runs for nearly an hour and is pretty much non-stop loaded with laughs. There are very few dead spots. This is all assuming that you like your comedy a little dry and irreverent. He definitely has a world view that does not always match up with everyone else.
I would love to tell you about the stories and his observations on potentially mundane topics. He is no Seinfeld, or Cook, or Rock. That's a good thing, the last thing we need is another one of them. Black has a unique presence, quietly charismatic.
Before I make an even bigger fool of myself, just let me say that this is a very funny outing. You will not be disappointed. If anything, you will not want it to end. The end comes too soon.