In 1990 Bobby released his Christmas
Flashback CD, which went gold. He went on that same year to produce his
15 Great Hits CD, on the RCA label. The CD “Turn the Radio Up” was released
in 1997 and Bobby continued performing internationally.
In 1998 Bobby was set for even higher heights
in his career; there was a new perspective and a coming together of events
in his life. That spring he produced his newest CD, 21 Great Hits Vol.
VIII, the latest of his eight volume anthology of hits. The CD features
Bobby with Buddy Miles, singing the classic “Stand By Me,” also produced
in video. Bobby sings one of his favorite songs sung by Selena, “Dreamin’
of You” and he pays tribute to Elvis with the song “Precious Memories,”
which he wrote in memory of Elvis. Bobby dedicates his rendition
of “Pretty Woman” to Roy Orbison and sings “La Bamba” in memory of Richie
Valens. “Detonate The Dance Floor” a song that Bobby co-wrote with his
son Michael, keeps the CD rockin’.
The eight CD booklet package is a pictorial
documentation of Bobby’s career, that spans four decades. The CD collection
contains 171 songs that Bobby has performed and recorded. Witht he intent
to summarize the anthology volumes, a “Limited Collector’s Edition” poster
was created in the fall. Togther with the eight booklets and CDs, the poster
was matted and framed, encapsulating it forever, in effect creating a Bobby
ANTHOLOGY OF HITS
A SERIES OF EIGHT CD BOOKLETS