A budget-friendly EP from Nashville's own Bobby Bare Jr that includes two enhanced video tracks recorded live in Chicago and features a rousing cover of the 1970's feel good, groovy hippie singalong "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" "One of the best commercially undiscovered artists on the left bank of Americana. Ranging from raucous to emotionally intense, it comes with a wonderfully twisted streak of humor." - LONDON INDEPENDENT
A budget-friendly EP from Nashville's own Bobby Bare Jr that includes two enhanced video tracks recorded live in Chicago and features a rousing cover of the 1970's feel good, groovy hippie singalong "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" "One of the best commercially undiscovered artists on the left bank of Americana. Ranging from raucous to emotionally intense, it comes with a wonderfully twisted streak of humor." - LONDON INDEPENDENT
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Ok I'm Sorry
Artist: Bobby Bare Jr.
Format: CD
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A budget-friendly EP from Nashville's own Bobby Bare Jr that includes two enhanced video tracks recorded live in Chicago and features a rousing cover of the 1970's feel good, groovy hippie singalong "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" "One of the best commercially undiscovered artists on the left bank of Americana. Ranging from raucous to emotionally intense, it comes with a wonderfully twisted streak of humor." - LONDON INDEPENDENT

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Outcasts they're not-at least not within the indie music community. But Duane Denison, Paul Burch, Tywanna Jo Baskette, Deanna Varagona, and the rest of the YCSL's stupendous sidemen play like a perfectly orchestrated band of orphans to Bobby Bare Jr.'s ingenious Fagin, gleefully following him through the twists and turns of this EP. A collection of demos and live cuts, OK - I'm Sorry, neatly bridges the gap between stripped-down solo Bare and the hard rockin' horn powered melodies of his band Bare Jr. Songs like "I'll Be Around" and "Flat Chested Girl from Maynardville" are rendered in an elegant yet shambling '70s rock vibe; Baskette's creepy "Pinky" and the Coke commercial mainstay "I'd Like to Teach the World to Sing" get a similar treatment, while a pair of CD-ROM videos round out the disc.