Chris White | Forbidden Style

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Forbidden Style

by Chris White

The intersection of stand-up comedy and raw animal sensuality. Also a very long joke about karate.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. The Only Jewish Kid
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2. Confirmation Name
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3. Smokers and Drinkers
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4. Fun Science Fact
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5. Quality Eyeglasses
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6. Tales of the Briny Deep
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7. Tales of the Woodlands
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8. Weddings
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9. Sports
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10. Fish
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11. Rabies
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12. Forbidden Style
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13. The Elderly
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14. True Love
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15. Girlfriend
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Fun science facts, the truth about freckles, strange but true karate stories ... it's all on the first album from Chris White. Recorded in July 2004, "Forbidden Style" represents two years of work from one of Washington DC's comedy stars. Find out why the Boston Globe calls Chris a "hidden gem," and why Chris White calls Chris White "creative, smart ... the greatest human being who ever lived, including Dr. J."

Chris worked at the Washington Post delivering papers and editing opinion columns for six years before jumping to full-time comedy; he now tours comedy clubs all over the country as a feature act. His show is an eclectic mix of personal history, goofy lies and cutting social commentary, and also, his album art has a lot of ninjas.


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