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Below the Belt
Beatnik Scene
Comedian is Born
Let's Come Together
Eat Out More Often
This Pussy Belongs To Me
Merry Christmas, Baby
Return of Dolemite
Sensuous Black Man
Dolemite for President
I Can't Believe I Ate the Whole Thing
Jokes by Redd Foxx
Live in Concert
The Player - The Hustler
House Party: Dirty Dozens Vol. 1
Dolemite Is Another Crazy Nigger
Sweet Peeter Jeeter
Turning Point
Close Encounter of the Sex Kind
Greatest Hits '86
Good Ole Big Ones
Hip Shakin' Papa
Greatest Hits
This Ain't No White Christmas
Raw, Rude, and Real
21st Century Dolemite
Hully Gully Fever
Genius of Rudy Ray Moore
Let Me Sing To You
Dolemite Sings

Human Tornado
Monkey Hustle
Petey Wheatstraw
Disco Godfather


Queen Bee Talks
Will The Real Dick Rise?
Sensous Black Woman
Jody The Grinder
Between Heaven and Hell
Fairy Godmother
What a Big Piece of Meat
Jimmy Lynch

The Black Comedy All-Star Revue
The State Theatre
Club Pizazz
Don Johnson's Birthday Celebration
The Comedy Spot
Jack Adams Hall
The Juke Joint
The Magic Bag

Eat Out More Often!

Original LP Liner Notes!

Rudy Ray Moore, the world's first comedian to take a bold approach at comedy using the many expressions of the ghetto in great monologues, thus making these expressions a form of art.

In writing these notes, I think Mr. Moore is to be commended for his presentation of this first album, with such great monologues as The Great Titanic, a tale about the great shipwreck during the turn of the century.

Pimpin' Sam, another gem done with vitality and deep expression, which gives you a very good picture of one of the forms of night life around the world today.

With all the comedians in the world today, I'm sure all of you will agree with me when I say Rudy Ray Moore is the king. And after listening to Dolemite, and the dynamics with which this tale is delivered, I'm sure you'll place it among your favorite monologues.

Mr. Moore's most famous quotation is, and I quote:

"All my jive is original, Jack,
If you hear it somewhere else,
Somebody's a copy cat." (Unquote)

To all of his fans and listeners, he extends the invitation to: EAT OUT MORE OFTEN

Do your thing, Mr. Moore.

Wayne Boykin

Produced By: T. Toney & R. R. Moore
Music: Fillmore St. Soul Rebellion
Edited By: R. R. Moore
Photography: Fred Holiwell
Cover Girl: Vikki -- famous Go-Go girl

Album Tracks:

Side One:
The Great Titanic
Ballad of a Boy and Girl (with Jeanie Marie)

Side Two:
Not Too Long, Not Too Hard
So Glad I Could Come
Pimpin's Sam
You Could Be Ugly Too and Others

After four consecutive weeks on the BILLBOARD magazine soul charts for the week ending 8/29/70, EAT OUT MORE OFTEN had gone up ten spots from #34 to #24.

By 11/21/70, EAT OUT had dropped to #40 but the quick release of Moore's second LP, THIS PUSSY BELONGS TO ME, followed close behind at a steady #49.

Moore made history by being the first 'soul' artist to have two releases chart at the same time. His following releases were also well received, though none achieved the massive acclaim of his first two groundbreaking albums.

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