January 2006
Jet;1/9/2006, Vol. 109 Issue 1, p36
This article presents a list of Richard Pryor's comedic recordings for which he won 5 Grammys, 2 of which were platinum albums and five of which were gold albums including "That Nigger's Crazy," "Who Me, I'm Not Him," "Richard Pryor's Greatest Hits," "Richard Pryor Live on Sunset Strip," Rev. Du Rite," and others.


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