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Recorded at The Bitter End folk club, Bill Cosby’s debut is a key link in the stand-up’s evolution from supper-club antics to topical satire. He covers a lot of ground: sports, subways, and the absurdities of youth. The set’s anchor is a dialog between God and an exasperated Noah, who is fed up with his ark. When you’re not doubled over in laughter, soak up The Coz’s delivery: swift and rhythmic, never manic. He already possessed a powerful command of his craft.

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Grew up with the vinyl...

I grew up listening to Bill Cosby and Smothers Brothers records. I was born in 1982 and was always one of the few kids my age who knew of the greatness of this stand-up, and listening to the original recordings for that matter. I love having the digital copy now and still love these just as much, if not more so, than when I was a kid.


bill is great


NO iTunes This is NOT Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow, Right ? It IS, Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow, RIGHT !
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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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