New Music From Old Bobs
Grammy-nominated a cappella vocal arranger and producer Richard Bob Greene and former Bobs singers Angie Bob Doctor and Dan Bob Schumacher have reunited for a second album of vocal duets. You'll find more standards of jazz (and one country tune) done a cappella. These are recordings that are surprisingly complete, even though there's only two people singing. Melody, harmony, rhythm, meaning of the text, it’s all there ... Along with some playfulness and vocal virtuosity that will have you grooving and asking yourself “How are they doing that?”
Vocal trio with rhythm
Sweetspot Combo mines its material from the deep vein of gold that is mid 20th century music.
We share a passion for the swing, jazz and popular music of that era. From the Mills Brothers to the Four Freshmen to the Rat Pack and beyond, we love it all.
Upright bass, guitar, cocktail drums and 3 voices make for a lush wall of sound. A swinging good time is often the result.
"Food poisoning may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to subjects for children’s songs, but you’ll find it on this inventive new album of gastronomic adventures from Gunnar Madsen (“Old Mr. Mackle Hackle,” “Ants in My Pants,” “I’m Growing”). On his first children’s album in a decade, Madsen’s delightfully lugubrious track, “Egg Salad in the Sun,” is just one of many quirky pleasures to be found. Madsen, whose gift for mixing thoughtfulness and wild helpings of humor is on full display, suits his versatile vocals to each song, part singer, part storyteller, part stand-up comedian who knows how to deliver a punch line. (An example of Madsen’s comic timing at the ending of “Egg Salad” is the sly suggestion of picnic-goer Brian’s unhappy fate.) “City of Sardines,” on the other hand, is breathtaking in its delicate musicality." - Parents' Choice Foundation
"I’ve never heard an album for kids that is quite like this." Mamatoma Mama "Breathtaking in its delicate musicality." Parents' Choice Foundation