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24 Nov 06
Why Is There Air? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Why Is There Air? (1965) is the third album by Bill Cosby. It was recorded at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. It won the Grammy Award in 1965 for Best Comedy Album. Jerry Seinfeld states in the inner sleeve of his album I'm Telling You for the Last Time that this was the first comedy album he ever listened to and subsequently helped inspire him to become a stand-up comedian. Seinfeld was finally able to meet Cosby in person in 2002. The track "Hofstra" is actually an expanded re-telling of the track released on I Started Out as a Child as "T.V. Football", showcasing Cosby's growing ability to tell a story. References: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Why_Is_There_Air%3F