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Bobs: Rhapsody in Bob

Song NameComposerArranger
Dinner Bell They Might Be GiantsRichard Greene
(I Was A) Teenage Brain SurgeonSpike JonesRichard Greene / Joe Finetti
There Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens Louis JordanRichard Greene
Alabama SongKurt Weill/Bertold BrechtRichard Greene
Free Fallin' Tom PettyAmy Engelhardt
White Room CreamGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Rhapsody in BlueGeorge GershwinEngelhardt / Greene / Schumacher

Produced by Richard Greene

From one of the most inventive vocal groups in history, Rhapsody in Bob has both a classic that truly rocks and classic rock. Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue concerto premered in New York in 1924 in a program called "An Experiment in Modern Music" alongside pieces incorporating barnyard calls and a tin can. Gershwin originally called the piece American Rhapsody because it was such a melting pot of varied musical elements. So, what better group of artists to revisit this auspicious beginning than The Bobs, with a killer combination of vocal chops, Grammy-nominated arranging, and an inscrutable sense of humor that makes them impossible to categorize? Tallest Bob Ever Dan Schumacher (formerly of Kickshaw) debuts with The Bobs (replacing tenor Joe Finetti) on this album, which also features brand new recordings of six cover tunes ranging from Kurt Weill to Tom Petty to a new Bobs version of Cream's White Room. We love the Bobs!

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Item code: 2955C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Contemporary | Some a cappella | Mixed | United States
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