The Cha Cha Cha Review (CD) – Bob Urh & The Bare Bones

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A seriously lo-fi job with minimal instrumentation, these songs sound like they were performed in a 1x1m booth and recorded on a tape machine that happened to be lying about in the room next door!

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Bob Urh, of the erstwhile psych-garage masters Ultra 5, has released his new album: a deep dive into the sounds of the late ’50s and early ‘60s. A seriously lo-fi job with minimal instrumentation, these songs sound like they were performed in a 1x1m booth and recorded on a tape machine that happened to be lying about in the room next door! Psychobilly, blues, garage and a plethora of further influences permeate this album whose every note seems to emit authenticity as well as an indispensable sense of healthy paranoia, aided by a sublime lack of sophistication in the instruments and recording equipment departments. Hell sounds deadly, as garage tracks go, and is free of the genre’s sonic clichés; While Soda Pop bears the traces of Floyd’s schizophrenic masterwork Pow R. Toch H. ! Bob Urh’s The Cha Cha Cha Review is a musical path that may be hard to tread and whose outcome is uncertain; yet it is for this very reason that its genius shines all the more brightly. Peace Frog / Gew-Gaw fanzine (GR)

Bob Urh And The Bare Bones Cha Cha Cha Review CD Green Cookie records 2011

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