The groove is loose and deep on these studio sessions recorded as backing music for the original Bill Cosby Show sitcom in 1969. Despite the title, Bill Cosby appears on only one track here, the vocal version of "Hikky-Burr," where he improvised his entire part. Quincy Jones directed these sessions with bassist Ray Brown acting as bandleader on all but one cut (the Cosby selection). Other players came from a revolving cast that included Joe Sample on Fender Rhodes; pianists Les McCann, Clare Fischer, and Monty Alexander; drummers Paul Humphries and John Guerin; bassist Carol Kaye; guitarist Arthur Adams; vibists Milt Jackson and Victor Feldman; saxophonists Eddie Harris, Ernie Watts, and Tom Scott…
Music from the Cosby Show feat. Grover Washington, Jr
Bill Cosby is "Far From Finished." In his first special in thirty years, he leaves the audience asking, "How did he get inside our house?" Whether he's talking about friendship, love or marriage, the result is people laughing so hard their faces hurt.
The special looks at Cosby and how he went from comedy superstar and America’s favorite TV dad to an accused rapist. Several of the women who have gone public with the allegations will be part of the report to tell their side of the story and what they claim Cosby did to them. In today’s news culture, it’s not uncommon for even a big story like the Cosby allegations to lose traction and fall to the wayside when new scandals come to light, but it doesn’t look like the stories surrounding the Cosby allegations are going away any time soon.