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Himself

Bill Cosby

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Album Review

Bill Cosby "Himself," the soundtrack to the movie of the same name, features such classic Cosby routines as "The Dentist," "Natural Childbirth," and "Same Thing Happens Every Night." Without the visual distraction of Cosby's mugging — which is either charming or clichéd, depending on your point of view — his total mastery of his art comes into sharper focus. "Himself" chronicles a professional comedian at the top of his game, toying with structure, timing, and tone, holding his audience with absolute confidence. Times have changed, though; it might be hard to get away with the many references to corporal punishment in the 21st century, and mentions of Cosby's son Ennis can't help but bring to mind his tragic death, bringing a bittersweet quality to some moments on "Himself."

Customer Reviews

Funny as all hell

I love this guy! He's the funniest! I would even take this over Sexyback. I know I'm crazy!

I have always loved this one!!!

If you're looking for something you can play even when the kids come into the room, this is it. It's hilarious without being raunchy. I especially love 'Brain Damage' and 'Chocolate Cake For Breakfast.' The kids might even like this. The only downside is it only has seven segmants!!

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I am not getting everything I payed for!

Biography

Born: July 12, 1937 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Comedy

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Although African-American comedians had long been a staple of the standup circuit prior to the emergence of Bill Cosby, none had come even remotely close to reaching the same heights of commercial success or universal acceptance. Before Cosby, black comics were largely relegated to the so-called "chitlin circuit" of black nightclubs and theaters, their albums banned from white-owned record stores; after Cosby, comedians of all racial and cultural backgrounds found a home in the mainstream, and were...
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