Moody McCarthy | The Night It Went Well

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The Night It Went Well

by Moody McCarthy

Sharp material-driven stand-up comedy from a New Yorker performing in Canada. He kinda just stands there, so you're not missing a thing on this audio CD.
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. (Intro) Eat Self Sober
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1:48 album only
2. Yank Humour
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1:12 album only
3. No Man is a 1000 Island
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1:14 album only
4. Celcius Joke I Like
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0:39 album only
5. More Canada Jokes
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2:30 album only
6. Dime a Dozen
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0:24 album only
7. Raspy Voice
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0:26 album only
8. Not Hip/Spring Chicken
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1:57 album only
9. Blind Date
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0:41 album only
10. NetZero Zero
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0:36 album only
11. High School Sweetie
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0:35 album only
12. Cafeterias/Restaurants/Food
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4:09 album only
13. Fruit Cobbler!
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0:30 album only
14. Time Zone Travel
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3:14 album only
15. Dumber Than Smartphone
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2:13 album only
16. Computer Jokes
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0:45 album only
17. I Love You, Melissa Virus
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3:10 album only
18. Sis' Basement
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0:28 album only
19. Wind vs. Farm Farming
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1:32 album only
20. Sequels Prequels
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2:58 album only
21. Big Family/Unclehood
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3:33 album only
22. Sports/Canucks/Socks
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3:46 album only
23. Deers & Cops
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24. SADD Dare
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25. Opthamology Humor
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Moody McCarthy is a word smith. Or “wordsmith”, if that’s how it’s spelled. He wasn’t sure, but the point is he likes smithing words.
Moody began his stand-up in the 1900s, and now - after appearances on Last Comic Standing, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Star Search (the Arsenio one, not the Ed McMahon one) - he's more in demand than ever. Based out of New York City, he’s become a continental favorite by spinning yarns about women with raspy voices, the joys of time zones, and the perks of unclehood. No gimmicks, just jokes: the lad can set-up & punch.
His new CD captures 45 minutes of good lovin' at one of his favorite clubs, Ottawa's intimate “Absolute Comedy”. Listen to a sample and you'll see why reviewers have called “The Night It Went Well” a case of truth in advertising.


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Richard Lanoie

The Night It Went Well...is a case of truth in advertising. This is 45 minutes o
The Night It Went Well, the first stand-up comedy CD by New York comic Moody McCarthy, is a case of truth in advertising. This is forty-five minutes of fast-paced, funny, original material where even the couple of groaners at the end of the show will make you laugh. I prefer my comedy in long form, a funny story, than the short one-liner or very short bit Moody McCarthy goes for but I have to admit there is not one bad moment in the more than twenty-five topics he covers in the forty five minutes of this comedy CD.

This is solid stuff. McCarthy has the most original Halloween joke I have ever heard and to my knowledge he is the first comic to jump on the wind farm bandwagon. Though this comedy CD was recorded in Ottawa, the comic is from New York, but not New Yawk though, so he opens with a few Yank in Canada, Celsius vs. Fahrenheit jokes. Many comic do that up here, few, like McCarthy, go beyond the usual catalogue of possible jokes.

Most of the material on this CD segues very well, something rather impressive considering the wide range McCarthy covers during his set. Most impressive though is how original he can make well-worn topics such as dating, his high school days (you have to hear it to believe it), restaurants, and computers, though he does over explain his Melissa Virus joke. He also tackles more original material such as cross-country running and, close to my own heart, the advantages of being an uncle and not a parent.

Also solid is his prequel sequel bit and all the other material.

The Night It Went Well is not all truth in advertising. McCarthy promises early on he has done his last of three toilet jokes but sneaks a couple more in later on in the set. Also, for some reason a listener gets the feeling the comic is being rushed off the stage by management at the end of his show. He hangs in there for a couple more jokes since, this is, after all the night he killed.

If there is one thing I disliked about this independent release stand-up comedy CD it is its ugly-ass cover. McCarthy's website is also not particularly user friendly when it comes to getting this CD, try your luck at cdbaby.
{note from Moody: my website has been updated}

www,theseriouscomedysite.com

The Night I Killed
A case of truth in advertising. This is forty-five minutes of fast-paced, funny, original material where even the couple of groaners at the end of the show will make you laugh.