8 thoughts on “ Plastic Or Paper - The Bobs - The Best of The Bobs (CD) ”

  1. The BOBS I listen to 'em sometime just about every year. I understand from the other review that there's some unreleased songs on this album, Best of the Bobs: 20 Songs from 20 Years (), quite likely 'The Boxer', 'Giant Robot Store', 'Weekend in Cincinnati' and 'Bee Bop I Love You'. So, I /5(10).
  2. The Bobs created a very unique style by putting quirky A cappella harmonies to wild rock & roll songs. Here is their ground-breaking recording from Featuring the college radio favorite Art For Art's Sake and the Grammy nominated Helter Skelter/5(8).
  3. The Bobs The Bobs () (About MP3 downloads at CD Baby) Track listing (LP) Art For Art's Sake () Prisoner Of Funk () I Hate The Beach Boys () Bus Plunge () Cowboy Lips () Helter Skelter () Through The Wall () Be My Yoko () Lazy Susan () Trash () The Deprogrammer () The very first album from the original genre-busting "band without /5(8).
  4. The Bobs first album is definitely not their best. While the vocal harmonies are there right from the beginning, they still hadn't really developed as songwriters. While there are a few good original songs here, most of them are pretty forgettable/5(8).
  5. Special Thanks - Bernie Krause, Art Twain, Ed Bogas, Walter Wheelon, the Bobs Big Boy Chorus, Mark Pritchard, Darryl Henriques & Russian Hill Recording Barcode and Other Identifiers Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etched): FA #4 ARE/5(15).
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  8. The Bobs' 14th CD is a stunning compilation of 18 new, original songs sprung from the dangerous minds of ASCAP-award winners (and Grammy nominations for vocal arranging) The Bobs. Recorded in Seattle, Berkeley and in Room of the Best Western in Marshalltown Iowa (yep, that's right!), this collection features guest appearances by former Bobs.

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