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Bill Cosby - Bill Cosby Is Not Himself These Days Rat On Rat On Rat On 1976

On: Sunday, June 8, 2014

Bill Cosby
William Henry Cosby Jr
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Jul 12 1937 -

For nine years, Cosby released at least one album per year since 1964. After a three year hiatus, this was his first comedy album since 1973's "Fat Albert" and he wouldn't return to a full-fledged stand-up album again until "My Father Confused Me... What Must I Do? What Must I Do?".
This is also his first album for Capitol Records. In this, his fourth musical album release, he parodies various rhythm and blues artists including James Brown and Barry White. The songs were written with producer/keyboardist Stu Gardner.

Ladies & Gentlemen:
As you can see Bill Cosby is not himself these days. Who he is, is anybody's guess. On this album he is Barry White, the Pointer Sisters, James Brown, etc, etc. -- all in good fun, of course, with no harm meant to any of these fine artists whom Bill greatly admires. Accompanied by some excellent music, produced by Mr. Stu Gardner, Mr. Cosby presents here a different view of life, love & marriage, than that commonly heard on records today. We hope that you will enjoy this album and that it will bring a little laughter into your life. --Larkin Arnold ~liner notes

01 Yes, Yes, Yes
02 Chick On The Side
03 Shift Down
04 I Luv Myself Better Than I Luv Myself
05 Do It To Me
06 Ben
07 You're Driving Me Crazy
08 Garbage Truck Lady
09 Luv Is

Song, for fans only
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His other material on this blog is "tagged" at the bottom of this post
At His Best 2004
At Home With Bill Cosby 1987
Hardheaded Boys 1985
Cosnarati, State Of Emergency 2009
Cosby Album 1984
Why Is There Air Vol 2 Taiwan
Down Under 1971
Zaman Ucup Godiyor 1996
Late Show 1987
Late Show Live Volume II
After Hours Vol 1


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