Here's a budget-priced platter of delicious music. OK, I'm Sorry... recasts some of the best songs off the Young Criminals Starvation League album in a live setting (there's even one stripped down version that shows you the soul at the center of his songwriting), and introduces you to some new songs which are bound to cement your opinion of Bobby Bare Jr. as one of the most versatile performers plying his trade today. This taut little platter alternately rocks, makes you hum, makes you smile, and makes you want to smash your radio.
This CD includes two enhanced video tracks recorded live in Chicago. You can play them in your computer and actually SEE the love.
"Bare and his mates place a premium on fun over technical whiz-bangs and potential chart top-ability, and the raw economical OK, I'm Sorry... slams this refreshing attitude home--and then some." Mike Seely, Riverfront Times
"One of the best commercially undiscovered artists on the leftbank of Americana. Ranging from raucous, to emotionally intense, it comes with a wonderfully twisted streak of humor." London Independent
"One can only hope the video and audio tracks succeed in introducing more listeners to the music of Bobby Bare, Jr., a talent unapologetically idiosyncratic--and similarly recommended." Bryan Hollerback, Playback St Louis
"This disc shows that Bare is able to pursue this new direction without sacrificing the rough fun of his earlier work, and points the way toward a promising future." John Kenyon, Iowa City Gazette