Bobby Bare Singin' in the Kitchen [Bonus Tracks] (2-CD)
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Format: CD (2 Discs)
- Number of Discs: 2
- Released: July 22, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Omni
- 1.Singin' in the Kitchen
- 2.The Monkey and the Elephant
- 3.Lovin' You Anyway
- 4.Where'd I Come From
- 5.The Ricky Ticky Song
- 6.The Giving Tree
- 7.You Are
- 8.The Unicorn
- 9.A Cloudy Sky
- 10.She Thinks I Can
- 11.Scarlet Ribbons
- 12.See That Bluebird
- 13.Singin' in the Kitchen (Reprise)
- 14.Less of Me
- 15.(There Was A) Tall Oak Tree
- 16.When I've Learned
- 17.The Family Bible
- 18.Lonesome Valley
- 19.When God Dips His Love in My Heart
- 20.I Saw the Light
- 21.He's Got the Whole World in His Hands
- 22.Just a Closer Walk with Thee
- 23.I'll Fly Away
- 24.Chicago Story
- 25.Barbara Joy
- 26.Maggie (I Wish We'd Never Met)
- 27.Poison Red Berries
- 28.Which One Will It Be
Audio Remasterer: Simon Polinski.
Liner Note Authors: Greg Adams ; Jack Clement.
Recording information: RCA Victor's "Nashville Sound" Studio, Nashville, TN (1974).
Arrangers: Don Tweedy; Bergen White; Bobby Bare.
Bobby Bare's 1973 album Sings Lullabys, Legends & Lies, yielded two major hits, so he repeated the formula the following year on Singin' in the Kitchen. Both albums are largely devoted to the songs of Shel Silverstein, but Singin' in the Kitchen takes the loose, live-in-the-studio vibe of its predecessor to an extreme, making the listener believe that they're really hearing the Bare family singing around the kitchen table. The singles "Where'd I Come From" and "Singin' in the Kitchen" became only minor hits, which isn't surprising because this album is less appealing overall. It's too casual, and the lightweight material coupled with the ragged chorus of kids makes it sound like a children's record. Bare's wife, Jeannie, is a competent vocalist, and Bare brings a measure of solid professionalism to the effort by performing a couple of songs solo, but the end result is a little like watching another family's home movies. Singin' in the Kitchen is a cute album as long as you don't expect too much from it. ~ Greg Adams
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