1992 to Present
Consultant to Polygram Records for the CD reissues of 9 James Brown albums which Bob had originally mixed during the 1970's. Work closely with Harry Weinger, who is in charge of catalog development for Polygram Records.
Recorded and mixed the audio for the "Accelerate Your Playing Series"
produced by Rittor Music for The Berklee Press. The four video series features Berklee College of Music Professors Tomo Fujita (guitar), Dave Limina (keyboards), Larry Finn (drums) and Anthony Vitti (bass). Filmed at Alien Flyers Studio, NYC.
Recorded and mixed the audio for the drum instructional video "The Soul Of The Funky Drummers" produced by Ritter Music and released on Warner Brothers. The sessions were filmed at Beartracks Studio in Suffern, NY and featured Clyde Stubblefield , John "Jabo" Starks, Fred Thomas and Fred Wesley all from James Browns band as well as guitarist, John Scofield and keyboardist, John Medeski.
Recorded, mixed and co-produced THE JB's Reunion - Bring The Funk On Down. Produced and arranged by Fred Wesley. The album featured former JB's members, Fred Thomas, St. Claire Pinckey, Johnny Griggs, Russell Crimes, Bobby Byrd, Pee Wee Ellis, Clyde Stubblefield, John Starks and others. Recorded at Audio Arts, Atlanta , GA and mixed at Bob Boths' Twain Recording, West Milford, NJ.
May 1973 & August 1974
Supervised the recording and mix down for James Brown's two appearances on NBC's "In Concert" . Taped at the Aquarius Theater, Hollywood, California.
Directed mixing of James Brown on "Midnight Special", Taped at CBS Center, Burbank. California.
Engineered the recording of James Brown for "Festival In Zaire", Recorded live in Kinshasa, Africa. Worked with the Record Plant Remote crew. The tapes were remixed as part of the soundtrack to the video documentary "When They Were Kings" released in 1997.
Bob is listed in Marquis Who's Who in Entertainment from the first edition in 1989 to present for his achievements as a producer and recording engineer. Bob is also listed in Marquis Who's Who In America.
Bob has received three RIAA Gold Record Awards for recordings with James Brown.