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Bobby Sichran - All the Psychotics in My Building album mp3
Contemporary Jazz
  • Performer:
    Bobby Sichran
  • Title:
    All the Psychotics in My Building
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Contemporary Jazz
  • Date of release:
    1996
  • Size FLAC version
    1321 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1324 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1731 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
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    544
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Bobby Sichran was forced to retreat and lick his wounds after his revelatory debut album for Columbia Records sunk with barely a commercial trace. He parted ways with the label, and it took until 1997 before the singer/songwriter resurfaced on New York indie label Messenger Records with the "All the Psychotics in My Building" 7" single. Not surprisingly, the A-side was every bit as inventive as - in fact, even more imaginative than - the songs on From a Sympathetical Hurricane

Bobby Sichran (real name Robert Lichtman, died February 2015) was a Jewish-American alternative hip hop musician. His music was often described as combining hip hop with several other musical genres, such as blues rock and folk music. His fusion of these genres has led many critics to compare him to Beck, and, in some cases, even say that he originated the fusion of folk and hip hop before Beck made it famous.

Bobby Cochran Photography. women (and families) we love.

on July 1st Eddie Cochran and Bobby Cochran were inducted into the International Rock-A-Billy Hall of Fame. The last two each won "Best Acoustic Guitar Album of the Year" for their respective years in Guitar Player Magazine. Bobby recently worked with Burrito Deluxe. This all star band had a unique musical heritage. Combining the talents of Sneaky Pete Kleinow (Flying Burrito Bros. Garth Hudson (The Band). These World Class Legends of Rock and Country, brought the very best of Americana Music to Audiences around the world.

Native Long Islander Bobby Sichran dropped out of Columbia University in the early '90s with the intention of finding his way into the music industry, while taking a day job as a furniture mover and looking for his big musical break. That break came by his own making when he knocked on the door of Public Enemy's Hempstead, Long Island, studio. He resurfaced in 1997 with another inventive 7" single, "All the Psychotics in My Building," on the New York indie label Messenger Records (the B-side, "There's So Much You Could Love," would also show up on the 1999 Messenger compilation album Wouldn't It Be Beautiful?), which was taken from an album project, the folk-dub Peddlar in Babylon, that Sichran had recorded the previous year. He also began work on an ambitious new album/film project, Drifters to the Light of the Sun. ~ Stanton Swihart.

Bobby Sichran real name Robert Lichtman died February 2015 was a JewishAmerican alternative hip hop musician His music was often described as combining . Soundboy Limbo (1994) - Kings Crown (as Singing Teeth with Vincent Hans). All the Psychotics in My Building (1996) - Messenger Records (7"). Smoke of the Ghetto (1998) - (12"). The Way of Peace (film).

Producer, Performer, Written-By – Bobby Sichran. Related Music albums to All The Psychotics In My Building by Bobby Sichran. Don Henley - Building The Perfect Beast Giuseppe Favia - Building Blocks Building Block Records Artits - Ground Werx Vol 1.

Credits

Bobby Sichran - Composer, Multi Instruments, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 All the Psychotics in My Building Bobby Sichran
2 There's So Much You Could Love Bobby Sichran Bobby Sichran