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Double vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold jacket. The Emmy-winning Comeback Kid himself comes back yet again with a blunt, brilliantly quotable stand-up special. Baby J takes the form of a wide-ranging conversation between John Mulaney, a kid in the balcony named Henry, and the rest of the sold-out crowd at Boston's Symphony Hall. John dominates the chat, of course - nobody would want it otherwise - but damn, his cautionary tales might be a little TOO hilarious
Double vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold jacket. The Emmy-winning Comeback Kid himself comes back yet again with a blunt, brilliantly quotable stand-up special. Baby J takes the form of a wide-ranging conversation between John Mulaney, a kid in the balcony named Henry, and the rest of the sold-out crowd at Boston's Symphony Hall. John dominates the chat, of course - nobody would want it otherwise - but damn, his cautionary tales might be a little TOO hilarious
781484090915
John Mulaney - Baby J (Gate)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DRAG CITY
Rel. Date: 05/24/2024
UPC: 781484090915

Baby J (Gate)
Artist: John Mulaney
Format: Vinyl
New: IN PRINT AND ONLINE ORDER-ABLE - , call or email $37.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Miss America
2. Lost in New York
3. Star-Studded Intervention
4. Koala Baby Changing Station
5. Dr Michael
6. A Call from Al Pacino
7. Baby J
8. John, John and John
9. Breaking Up with Your Deaer
10. Mushing Metals
11. Hello, Old Friend
12. A Wide-Ranging Conversation
13. David Byrne - Drownin'

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Double vinyl LP pressing housed in gatefold jacket. The Emmy-winning Comeback Kid himself comes back yet again with a blunt, brilliantly quotable stand-up special. Baby J takes the form of a wide-ranging conversation between John Mulaney, a kid in the balcony named Henry, and the rest of the sold-out crowd at Boston's Symphony Hall. John dominates the chat, of course - nobody would want it otherwise - but damn, his cautionary tales might be a little TOO hilarious
        
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