The Bobs created a very unique style by putting quirky acappella harmonies to wild rock & roll songs. Here is their ground-breaking recording from 1983. Featuring the college radio favorite "Art For Art's Sake" and the Grammy nominated "Helter Skelter".
1.Art For Art's Sake
2.Prisoner of Funk
3.I Hate The Beach Boys
7.Through The Wall
8.Be My Yoko
The Bobs: Janie Bob Scott, Matthew Bob Stull, Gunnar Bob Madsen, Richard Greene (vocals).
Audio Mixers: Gary Clayton; Gunnar Bob Madsen.
Recording information: Russian Hill Recording, San Francisco, CA.
Photographer: Gene Tortora.
On their self-titled 1983 debut, the Bobs introduced the world to their willfully odd take on the vocal quartet. Dedicated to performing a cappella, the San Francisco-based ensemble harmonizes through the breezy "I Hate the Beach Boys," the rambunctious "Be My Yoko," and a surprisingly faithful version of Talking Heads' "Psycho Killer."