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Boogie Hole by Boogie Witch

Album Description

The debut (?) EP from Philly's Boogie Witch, who seem to have some kind of connection to Strapping Fieldhands. Here you get total bar band boogie choogle distorted into oblivion so it sounds like Acid Mothers offshoot Mainliner. Immediate "what the hell do we need an overmodulated Canned Heat" questions
become dispelled as you actually jump into the river and go with the flow of THE RIFF. The hilarity of it all is punctuated by the arrival of the harmonica player, which actually sounds like some kind of crazed electronics blaring from a Masonna record or something; it eventually makes total sense as does this whole EP. It rocks and bulldozes beyond belief, and when song one is done, you get another almost like it. What more can a choogler want? (by Brian Turner from "Recent Faves from the WFMU Record LibraryAugust")



Track Info

Recorded live at Silk City Lounge June 27, 2002.
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