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Rough Demonstration

by Boheme '66

Absolute Psychedelic Garage Blues
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Drive
3:19 $0.66
2. High School Reunion
2:37 $0.66
3. The Wild Wind
3:59 $0.66
4. Blind Ascension
4:29 $0.66
5. Land of the Black Lotus Eaters
7:33 $0.66
6. Greenfields
6:55 $0.66
7. Tin Soldier
4:44 $0.66
8. The Skin Parade (Recorded Live at The Absinthe Garage)
7:45 $0.66
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Bohéme '66 = Psychedelic Garage Blues, along with a bit of dulcet trash, vintage tubey fuzzwork, demi-intellectual spoken word and so on. On several days of the week, they more or less embody la vie de Bohéme. (“Bo-emm,” not "Bo-heem," damn it.)

What Independent Craft Beer Producers are Saying About Bohéme '66:

"Roy Orbison and Jim Morrison give birth to a bastard garage baby." ~Furthermore~

"Bohéme 66 made me think "The Stooges" a few times. As such, I love them." ~Metropolitan~

What Organs of Less Far-reaching Import are Saying:

"Bohéme '66 kicks out fuzzy, garage-rock blues." ~The Capital Times; Madison, WI~



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This interesting but uneven debut CD by Boheme 66 has some notable high points along with a few production warts. The standup money tracks are probably High School Reunion (ultra gassed garage rock), Blind Ascension (fuzz bomb hard blues) and Skin Parade (weird Jim Morrison-like psychedelic mood with a long spoken word passage) though some of the other less polished tracks have a creeping attraction as well, specifically Greenfields (hippy dippy alt-folk love song) and Black Lotus Eaters (brooding, dark and multi-layered but still kind of hooky) and even the wildly uneven Wild Wind (again, Doors channeling). The band tears it up live, and some of that comes through here. Worth the listening.