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Big Bambu

Big Bambu

Big Bambú is the second album by Cheech & Chong, released in 1972. The name Big Bambu is a reference to a type of rolling paper made by the Bambu company; the original LP sleeve was designed by Ernie Cefalu and manufactured to look like a giant rolling paper package, and originally contained a giant rolling paper with the record. Since its release, vinyl copies with the rolling paper have been notably hard to find. The original CD packaging has been slightly reformatted, and does not contain rolling papers of any size. In a mixed but mostly positive review published in Rolling Stone, Janet Maslin singled out the duo's voice work for particular praise. "The thing Cheech ... more on Wikipedia

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#15 of 48 The Best Grammy-Nominated Comedy Albums of the 1970s 210 votes The 1970s marked a groundbreaking decade in the world of comedy. The nominees and winners of the Grammy Award for Best Com...

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Cheech & Chong Albums, Discography