not a particularly great comedy album.
This album is many things. It's a touching, impressive display of courage and grit. It's an honest peek into the life of a person who was already very likeable and becomes even more so when she lets you into her pain. It's saddening, at times harrowing, and at others sentimental, and is peppered throughout with wry humour. But it's not a great comedy record. For that, you'll need to look elsewhere (including Notaro's "Good One"). You may like this album, and you may even love it. But make sure you know what you're getting before you click download.