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The Bobs
Too Many Santas

Song NameArranger
Yuleman vs. the Anti-ClausGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Mambo, Santa, MamboGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Too Many SantasGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Christmas in JailGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Santa's Got a Brand New BagGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Fifty Kilowatt TreeGreene / Finetti / Mathews
The Night Before the Night Before ChristmasGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Do You Hear What I Hear, Man?Greene / Finetti / Mathews
Christmas in LAGreene / Finetti / Mathews
Mrs. Claus Want Some Lovin'Greene / Finetti / Mathews
Rasta ReindeerGreene / Finetti / Mathews
All I Want for ChristmasGreene / Finetti / Mathews

Produced by Scott Mathews

The Bobs have become rather a legend since their formation in 1982. Their self-written original material, which comprises the majority of their repetoire, is caustic, political, and delivers the maximum bang for the buck. "Too Many Santas" is a raccous wail with a funky groove, "Rasta Reindeer" bends Beach Boys harmonies around a lamp post and leaves them there. An "instrumental" version (vocal trumpet) of "Do You Hear What I Hear, Man" is a rum-soaked bop at the corner bar, which the Bobs do come by honestly (Joe "Bob" Finetti is an alum of Phil Mattson's P.M. Singers). "Christmas In L.A." is a modern standard, the grave insincerity of the lyrics offset by the lounge lizard arrangement, though them chords sure are pretty! The four Bobs - Joe, Richard, Matthew and Janie (yes, one gal) - keep it coming, so this is a Christmas get together you'll want to attend!

Item code: 2458C | 1 CD | $14.98 add item to cart
Contemporary | A Cappella | Mixed | United States

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