1974 Bill Cosby – At Last Bill Cosby Really Sings

At Last Bill Cosby Really Sings is an album by Bill Cosby. It is his fifth music-based album and the only one released on the Stax Records-distributed Partee Records. It features appearances from former Stevie Wonder band members like future R&B star Ray Parker Jr on guitar, and also features a second collaboration with his songwriting partner Stu Gardner, who plays organ on this set.

A truncated, instrumental version of Kiss Me would serve as the theme for The Cosby Show some ten years later.


1  Train To Memphis (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 03:05
2  Kiss Me (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 03:41
3  No One Can Love The Way You Do (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 03:56
4  Dedicated To Phyllis (Bill Cosby) 04:56
5  It’s Strange (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 04:00
6  Put Love In Its Proper Place (Stu Gardner) 03:47
7  Dance Of The Frozen Lion (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 03:43
8  Special Lady Sweetness (Stu Gardner) 02:50
9  Take Your Time (Bill Cosby; Stu Gardner) 02:46


BassRay Parker Jr
DrumsOllie E. Brown
GuitarRay Parker Jr
Acoustic GuitarRay Parker Jr
ClavinetStu Gardner
KeyboardsAlexandra Richman
OrganStu Gardner
PianoAlexandra Richman
PianoStu Gardner
SynthesizerMichael Boddicker
WurlitzerSylvester Rivers
FluteRudolph Johnson
SaxRudolph Johnson
TromboneGeorge Bohanon
PercussionOllie E. Brown
Background VocalsBill Henderson
Background VocalsDeniece Williams
Background VocalsFlorence Sherman
Background VocalsLani Groves
Background VocalsPatti Austin
Background VocalsStu Gardner
VocalsBill Cosby

Liner Notes

Producer – Stu Gardner, Bill Cosby
Arranged By (Background) – Bill Henderson
Arranged By (Strings, Horns) – Stu Gardner
Consultant – Bill Henderson
Engineer – David DeVore
Mastered By – Larry Nix

Photography – Howard Bingham

Recorded At Sound City Studios
Phonographic Copyright (p) Stax Records, Inc
Copyright (c) Stax Records, Inc