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Robin Harris - Be-Be's Kids FLAC

Robin Harris - Be-Be's Kids FLAC
Robin Harris
Be-Be's Kids
Wing Records
422 841 960-4
FLAC size:
1069 mb
MP3 size:
1824 mb
WMA size:
1031 mb


1Women Can Get Away With Anything1:08
2Be-Be's Kids (To Las Vegas)2:48
3Heard But Not Seen3:19
4Ugly Woman1:58
5Black Airline4:32
6Dumb A.. Police1:10
7Death Penalty4:10
8Be-Be's Kids (To Disneyland)6:41
9Why Brothers Drive Cadillacs00:41
10Mom & Dad And School4:21
11Hate My Wife5:32
12Piccolo Player4:22
13Intro/Down Home Blues1:32
14New York, New York1:51
15Lakers Vs. Clippers1:01
16Gonna Change / Spare Change4:40
17Hard Being A Woman3:40
18Lassie / T.V. Theme Songs2:57
19Proud To Be From Compton?2:08
20Jeri Curl3:30
21Leave That Coke Alone4:13
22Love Faces1:27
23Feeling Good00:28
24Pac Man Game1:28
252 Big B... In The Mall4:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
841 960-2Robin Harris Be-Be's Kids ‎(CD, Album)Wing Records841 960-2US1990
422 841 960-1Robin Harris Be-Be's Kids ‎(LP, Album)Wing Records422 841 960-1US1990


  • Executive-ProducerEd Eckstine
  • ProducerSteve McKeever
  • Producer [Coordinating]Ronnie Tanksley
  • Written-ByRobin Harris


Recorded live at The Comedy Act Theater (Los Angeles, CA) and The Comedy Crunch at Birdland West (Long Beach, CA).


  • Barcode: 0 422-841960-4 8


  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Manufactured By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Marketed By – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – PolyGram Records, Inc.



Bébé's Kids released on home media as Robin Harris' Bébé's Kids is a 1992 American animated comedy film produced by Hyperion Studio for Paramount Pictures. Directed by Bruce W. Smith, in his directorial debut, it is based upon comedian Robin Harris' stand-up comedy act of the same name. Harris died two years before the film was released in the film, he is voiced by Faizon Love in his film debut. Other voice actors include Vanessa Bell Calloway, Marques Houston, Nell Carter, and Tone Lōc, as well as. From Be-Be's Kids stand-up comedy album 1989. Copyright Robin Harris, Polygram Harris. Bebe's Kids. A stand-up comedy album from actorcomedian Robin Harris, this is notable for stuffing 74 minutes onto a single disc. Unfortunately, like a lot of stand-up comedy, it relies too heavily on four-letter words, rapid-fire attack patter and, I would venture to guess, visual cues during the performance. The result is that a lot of the really funny and biting material is absent from the recording - this would actually work a whole lot better on videotape, where the comedy can be projected by the performer. Robin Harris. UMG от лица компании Polydor Peermusic, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Feeling Good. UMG от лица компании Polydor EMI Music Publishing, The Richmond Organization TRO. 3 Big B. In The Mall. UMG от лица компании Polydor. Be-Be's Kids. Robin Harris Format: Audio CD. Bebe's Kids is the best stand up routine delivered by the best comedian ever. The album is hilarious on first listen, but it only gets better the more you hear it. Nobody could deliver a jokestory like Robin Harris. He really tries to get the audience involved in the routine which makes the listener feel like heshe is part of the audience. Bebe's Kids is filled with quotable lines that you will mentally retrieve in many life situations. Listen to this with a friend or group of friends and you'll have countless inside jokes afterwards. Be-Be's Kids 1990. Album by Robin Harris. Death Penalty. was sampled in. How to Kill a Radio Consultant by Public Enemy 1991. Got 2 Go by Redhead Kingpin and the FBI 1991. Lakers vs. Air Hoodlum by Public Enemy 1992. Listen free to Robin Harris Bebe's Kids Down Home Blues, Feeling Good and more. 25 tracks 73:45. Robin Harris 2. Be-Be's Kids CD, Album. Wing Records. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Be-Be's Kids, 1990. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. Robin Hughes Harris August 30, 1953 March 18, 1990 was an American comedian and actor, known for his recurring comic sketch about Bébé's Kids. Robin Harris was born in Chicago, Illinois. His father, Earl, was a welder, and his mother, Mattie, was a factory seamstress. In 1961, the family moved to Los Angeles, where he attended Manual Arts High School. Harris then attended Ottawa University in Kansas. During this time, he began to hone his craft of comedy. He worked for Hughes Aircraft, a rental