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Album Review

One of the remarkable things about the Bobs is how good they sound live, with no overdubs or studio tricks. Most — possibly all — of My, I'm Large was recorded live (there are no details on the record sleeve, but audience reactions can be heard in the background). It's a remarkable album from an increasingly confident group. The four steady, pure voices are as solid as ever, and there is more sharing of lead vocal duties than on previous albums. Richard Greene gets his first lead vocal on the classic "Little Red Riding Hood," which would become a concert favorite for years thereafter, and Janie Scott gets several turns fronting the band. Many of these songs feature delicious slices of wacky humor delivered with some of the most inventive vocal parts ever written by this group.


Formed: 1981

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The concept is bizarre -- four a cappella vocalists who call themselves "Bob" and cover rock & roll numbers -- yet it somehow works for people, even people in high places; in addition to developing a loyal following, the Bobs received a Grammy nomination for their arrangement of the Beatles' "Helter Skelter." The band was founded in 1981, when Gunnar Bob Madsen and Matthew Bob Stull lost their jobs with a singing telegram company (one can only wonder why). Together with Richard Bob Greene, they began...
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