George Carlin, Class Clown Album Cover, 1972
© Barry Feinstein

George Carlin, Class Clown Album Cover, 1972

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By Barry Feinstein
About the image
Class Clown, recorded in Santa Monica on May 27, 1972 during a live performance at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, is considered by many to be Carlin’s “counter-culture landmark”. It features, among other things, his thoughts on the Vietnam War and his famous “Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television”.

Collector's Note:

The options listed below are Estate Authorized editions. There is a small archive of signed photographs which may include this image, please contact us for prices and availability.

Estate Authorized editions are embossed on the reverse and are signed, stamped, titled, and numbered on the front by Judith Jamison, Barry Feinstein's widow and the executor of the Estate of Barry Feinstein. Each photograph will also be accompanied by an label that was hand-signed by Barry Feinstein.

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George Carlin, Class Clown Album Cover, 1972
George Carlin, Class Clown Album Cover, 1972