released in 1966, is Cosby at his best, with such
memorable bits as "Tonsils," "The
Playground," and the classic childhood
reminiscence "Chicken Heart."
Bill Cosby is a Very Funny Fellow, Right!
Noah's conversations with God
in building the ark, this album is still a
thigh slapper in all aspects. Cosby adds his own
twist to life and everyday experiences to make
them not only humorous but unique as well.
Why is there Air?
fired up on this live one.
"Kindergarten" kicks off the disc
then "Personal Hygiene" and
"Shop" take us through junior high
before we arrive at the comedian's tales of young
adulthood on the disc's last five tracks.
To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With
Recorded at the height of his standup popularity,
in the 1968 album Cosby discusses
"Conflict." The 27-minute title
track, a memorable meditation on the joys and
terrors of childhood, is one of his most resonant