Cheech & Chong - Big Bambú mp3 album
Big Bambú is the second album by Cheech & Chong, released in 1972. The name Big Bambu is a reference to a giant version of actual rolling paper made by the Bambu Sobrinos/ALCOY company; the original LP concept and album package was approved by the producer Lou Adler and designed by and manufactured by his company, Sound Packaging Corp. to look like a giant rolling paper package, and contained a giant rolling paper with the record.
Performer, Written-By – Cheech Marin, Thomas Chong. Photography By – Jim McCrary. Photography By – Gary Soto. Recorded at various hotels, and at Paul's Mall.
Cheech & Chong's Big Bambu. A page dedicated to the giant rolling paper that came with the original vinyl album.
Cheech and Chong-Big Bambu vinyl LP Album. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. 1972 cheech and chong - big bambu lp ode records 77014 w/ rolling paper. There is a small piece of the paper missing. Cheech and Chong Album.
Cheech & Chong Format: Audio Cassette. i love cheech and chong and always been told by my dad many times of a huge joint paper in there big bambu album. 5 people found this helpful.
Artists Cheech & Chong Big Bambú. Big Bambú Cheech & Chong. This album has an average beat per minute of 94 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 60/116 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
For their second full-length album in a single year, fast-rising comedy duo Cheech & Chong merely refined the amazingly successful formula of their debut, which had translated their popular stage act to vinyl with greater success than anyone could have predicted. Kick-started by the chaotic schoolroom classic "Sister Mary Elephant" skit - an after-hours band-camp staple for decades to come - the stoner icons introduce another soon-to-be recurring story line with mutt buddies "Ralph & Herbie.
1. Sister Mary Elephant Lyrics. More Cheech And Chong albums. Let's Make a New Dope Deal. Show all albums by Cheech And Chong.
|A1||Sister Mary Elephant||3:36|
|A2||Ralph And Herbie||3:23|
|A3||Streets Of New York Or Los Angeles Or San Francisco Or . . .||2:30|
|A4||Rebuttal: Speaker Ashley Roachclip||1:53|
|A5||The Continuing Adventures Of Pedro De Pacas And Man||6:33|
|B2a||Tortured Old Man||2:25|
|B2c||Let's Make A Dope Deal||3:53|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – ODE Records
- Distributed By – A&M Records, Inc.
- Published By – India Music Ink
- Published By – Rondor Music
- Recorded At – Paul's Mall
- Design [Album Jacket/Poster] – Wilkes & Braun*
- Engineer – Norm Kinney
- Organ – Clarence McDonald
- Photography By [Inside "Glamour" Photo] – Jim McCrary
- Photography By [Poster] – Gary Sato*
- Producer – Lou Adler
- Recorded By – Norm Kinney
- Written-By, Performer – Cheech Marin, Thomas Chong
℗1972 Ode Records
Produced by Lou Adler with Norm Kinney doing all the recording at various studios, hotels, and at Paul's Mall. (A special thanks to the very hip and up audience in Boston, and the L.A. Talk-along Chorus)
The Album Jacket/Poster was created and designed by Wilkes & Braun for Sound Packaging Corp.
Ode Records Category on cover
A&M Records Category on labels/matrix
Title on cover: Big Bambú
Title on labels: Big Bambu
Publisher on cover: India Music Ink, ASCAP
Publisher on labels: Rondor Music
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): AMLH 67014 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): AMLH 67014 B
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): AMLH 67014 A-1♢X
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): AMLH 67014 B-1♢X
|SP 77014, SP-77014||Cheech & Chong||Big Bambú (LP, Album)||Ode Records , Ode Records||SP 77014, SP-77014||US||1972|
|BSK 3251||Cheech & Chong||Big Bambú (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3251||Australia||Unknown|
|odl-34808||Cheech & Chong||Big Bambú (LP, Album)||Ode Records , A&M Records||odl-34808||New Zealand||1972|
|SP-77014, SP 77014||Cheech & Chong||Big Bambú (LP, Album, Ter)||Ode Records , Ode Records||SP-77014, SP 77014||US||1972|
|M5 3251||Cheech & Chong||Big Bambu (Cass, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records||M5 3251||US||1978|