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|Those of You With or Without Children, You'll Understand|
|Live album by|
|Label|| Geffen/Warner Bros. Records |
|Producer||Camille Olivia Cosby|
|Bill Cosby chronology|
Those of You with or Without Children, You'll Understand is the 19th comedy album by Bill Cosby. It was his first of two for Geffen Records and the first album to be produced by his wife Camille. The album was recorded at The Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, PA, and The Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, OH. It won the 1987 Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album.
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