Bill Cosby

William Henry Cosby

Also known as B. Cosby, Cosby, Dr. William H. Cosby Jr., Dr. William H. Cosby, Jr., William H. Cosby, Jr.

Discography of Bill Cosby:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 The New Mixes Vol. 1 5 Audio 2004 Concord Jazz
2 For Adults Only 8 Audio 1971 UNI Records
3 The Best Of Bill Cosby 12 Audio Warner Bros. Records
4 Wonderfulness 8 Audio 1966 Warner Bros. Records
5 I Started Out As A Child 15 Audio 1964 Warner Bros. Records
6 It's True! It's True! 9 Audio 1969 Warner Bros. Records
7 Bill Cosby Is A Very Funny Fellow...Right! 12 Audio 1963 Warner Bros. Records
8 Revenge 10 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
9 To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With 5 Audio 1968 Warner Bros. Records
10 200 M.P.H. 5 Audio 1968
11 Why Is There Air? 8 Audio 1965 Warner Bros. Records
12 Himself 7 Audio 1985 Motown
13 Grover Henson Feels Forgotten 2 Audio 1970 UNI Records
14 Hooray For The Salvation Army Band! 12 Audio 1968 Warner Bros. Records
15 Little Ole Man / Hush Hush 2 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
16 Bill Cosby Presents Badfoot Brown And The Bunions Bradford Funeral Marching Band 5 Audio 1972 Sussex
17 Cosby And The Kids / Cosby Classics 24 Audio 1986
18 Just Four Laughs! Volume 2 4 Audio 1972 Scepter Records
19 When I Was A Kid 8 Audio 1971 UNI Records
20 Bill Cosby Talks To Kids About Drugs 11 Audio 1971 UNI Records
21 Himself 7 Audio 1982-11-05 Motown
22 Inside The Mind Of 12 Audio 1972 MCA Records
23 My Father Confused Me... What Must I Do? What Must I Do? 14 Audio 1977 Axis (3)
24 200 M.P.H. 5 Audio 2005-03-01 Warner Bros. Records
25 I Started Out As A Child 15 Audio 1964 Warner Bros. Records
26 Fat Albert 7 Audio 1973 MCA Records
27 Hikky Burr 2 Audio 1969 UNI Records
28 Bill Cosby 8:15 12:15 4 Audio 1969 Polydor
29 When I Was A Kid 8 Audio MCA Records
30 The Original Jam Sessions 1969 12 Audio 2004 Concord Records
31 Boogie On Your Face 2 Audio 1977 Capitol Records
32 For Adults Only 8 Audio 1980 MCA Records (Canada)
33 Bill Cosby Is A Very Funny Fellow Right! 12 Audio 1963
34 Bill 18 Audio 1973 MCA Records
35 Bill Cosby Sings / Silver Throat 11 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
36 Wonderfulness 8 Audio 1966 Warner Bros. Records
37 Bill's Best Friend 10 Audio 1978 Capitol Records
38 Wonderfulness 8 Audio 1966 Warner Bros. Records
39 Why Is There Air? 8 Audio 1965 Warner Bros. Records
40 Those Of You With Or Without Children, You'll Understand 3 Audio 1986-06-01 Geffen Records
41 Bill Cosby Is Not Himself These Days - Rat Own, Rat Own, Rat Own 9 Audio 1976 Capitol Records
42 My Father Confused Me... What Must I Do? What Must I Do? 16 Audio 1977 Capitol Records
43 Little Ole Man (Uptight - Everything's Alright) 2 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
44 The Best Of Bill Cosby 12 Audio 1969
45 Revenge 10 Audio 1967 Warner Bros. Records
46 Bill Cosby Presents Badfoot Brown And The Bunions Bradford Funeral & Marching Band 2 Audio 1971 UNI Records
47 Revenge 10 Audio 1998-04-28
48 Why Is There Air? 8 Audio 1965 Warner Bros. Records
49 Why Is There Air? 8 Audio 1998-04-28
50 Wonderfulness 8 Audio 1998-04-28


William Henry "Bill" Cosby, Jr. Ed.D, (born July 12, 1937),

is an American actor, comedian, educator, television producer and philanthropist.

He was the first African-American man to star in his own television series (I Spy with Robert Culp, in the mid-1960s), and also broke racial boundaries with his stand-up comedy career in the 1960s and 1970s.

After I Spy he starred in other series, some of which were successful (such as the long-running cartoon Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids), while others were not.

In the mid-1980s, his sitcom The Cosby Show was a runaway hit (rescuing NBC from possible bankruptcy), and notable for being one of the first television programs to star a well-to-do middle-class Black family.

During the 1980s, Cosby was among the highest-paid entertainers in the United States.

In recent years his reputation has been affected by his controversial statements regarding the advancement of the Black community and allegations of sexual harassment, but Cosby still remains a much-beloved icon of popular culture.


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