Bobbi Boyle and the trio | A Day in The Life

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A Day in The Life

by Bobbi Boyle and the trio

Extremely rare lounge-psych gem originally released in 1967 and available for the first time on CD.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Up Up and Away
3:42 album only
2. How Insensitive
3:59 album only
3. This Gal\'s in Love with You
4:03 album only
4. By the Time I Get to Phoenix
3:40 album only
5. A Day in The Life
3:56 album only
6. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most
4:12 album only
7. If You Go Away
3:49 album only
8. Love So Fine
3:40 album only
9. It\'s Always 4 A.M.
3:38 album only
10. Lazy Day
3:11 album only
11. Sad Old World
3:25 album only
12. Everybody\'s Talkin\'
3:09 album only


Album Notes
A stunning combination of hip vocal jazz, bossa nova, and sunshine pop from Bobbi Boyle and the trio. Bobbi Boyle had a standing engagement at the Encino Smoke House Lounge in California from 1965 to 1970, and she released the “A Day in The Life” LP on her own Encino Records label in 1967 to sell at her performances there. Reissued under license from Bobbi herself, this CD also features the bonus tracks “Sad Old World” and “Everybody’s Talkin’” from a 1969 7” single.



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Fred Schroyer

Bobbi Boyle: A wonderful treat from the late 1960s
Cleaning out my basement, I found some old vinyl 33s...including one I had long forgotten, "A Day in the Life" by Bobbi Boyle and her trio. I bought it by mail from Bobbi herself around 1967. A quick Google search found a CD version on CD Baby. What a joy to hear! It's late-1960s jazz-styled pop songs, beautifully sung and performed, spirited, pure fun. I had forgotten Bobbi and how good she was! And the sound is amazing. Master tapes gone, Minneapolis DJ Christian Fritz obtained a clean vinyl copy, from which various electronic geniuses captured the CD-quality sound you now hear on this CD. This is a beauty. Enjoy!