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Album: Himself

Artist: Bill Cosby

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 1982
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 1982 UMG Recordings, Inc., motown record

Tracklist For Himself By Artist Bill Cosby

Title Artist Time
1
The Dentist Bill Cosby 5:59 USD 1.29
2
Natural Childbirth Bill Cosby 8:17 USD 1.29
3
Brain Damage Bill Cosby 4:21 USD 1.29
4
Kill the Boy Bill Cosby 4:09 USD 1.29
5
Chocolate Cake for Breakfast Bill Cosby 7:44 USD 1.29
6
Same Thing Happens Every Night Bill Cosby 7:57 USD 1.29
7
The Grandparents Bill Cosby 7:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For Himself By Artist Bill Cosby

  • Do Not Buy

    1
    By Son+Of+God
    This is not the full comedy it’s shortened a lot.
  • Where is my wife?

    1
    By not true in some areas
    Bill Cosby took the kids...
  • Shortened Acts

    4
    By ryHILLNER
    This is NOT the full "Bill Cosby Himself" stand up. Each act seems shortened for some reason. The very beginning is not even included when he talks about Drugs.
  • So much funny on one album!

    5
    By Tony9pins
    This takes me back to when I was a young kid going on long car rides... we used to listen to this album all the time. So funny then as kids and still funny now. Gonna have my boys listen this on our next long road trip. Keeping the tradition alive!
  • Great family comedy

    5
    By Clutch5776
    I received this as a tape when I was younger, and I write the first tape out. It's hilarious and I love the dentist routine/set
  • Not good

    1
    By The greet me
    Not funny and the dude is bad

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