Here Comes Bobby/With Love, Bobby

Here Comes Bobby/With Love, Bobby

by Bobby Sherman


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Here Comes Bobby/With Love, Bobby

This two-fer assembles both of Bobby Sherman's 1970 releases on the Metromedia label. Buoyed by the pop smash "Easy Come, Easy Go," Here Comes Bobby is one of Sherman's more engaging LPs. In other words, it's still bubblegum, but its flavor is long-lasting. Credit contributions from top-drawer songwriters including John Sebastian ("She's a Lady") and the team of Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann ("Make Your Own Kind of Music"), which elevate Sherman above the teen idol norm. The singer also contributes two of his own originals, "July Seventeen" and "Two Blind Minds," and proves himself a capable and lively songwriter. With Love, Bobby features two major hits, "Julie Do Ya Love Me" and "Hey Mister Sun," but isn't quite as consistent, forgoing the Brill Building-lite popcraft of Here Comes Bobby in favor of a seemingly arbitrary jumble of genres and styles. Sadly, Collectables' budget-conscious packaging does not reproduce the lavish eight-page photo scrapbook included upon the LP's original release.

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Release Date: 08/14/2001
Label: Collectables
UPC: 0090431685822
catalogNumber: 6858
Rank: 128865

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Here Comes Bobby/With Love, Bobby 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The majority of these songs are catchy, fun to sing along with, and the right stuff for teenage girls to grow up listening to. It's also perfect music for 40 year old women who were once the dreamy eyed teenagers to re- live memories of the best years of their youth. I don't think there's a single song I didn't like, and each one brings back those times in my life that bring tears to my eyes. Makes you want to turn back time . . .