Jeff & Maya Bohnhoff | Möbius Street

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Möbius Street

by Jeff & Maya Bohnhoff

Cinematic acoustic/electric rock.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Empty Man Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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2. Möbius Street Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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3. Between Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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4. Falling Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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5. Moth Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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6. Radio Free Luna Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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7. High Desert Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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8. Divide by Zero Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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9. Love Touches Everyone Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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10. Remover of Difficulties Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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11. Who Can Explain? Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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12. Mother of Exiles Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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13. Candle in the Sand Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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14. Seven Cities Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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15. Ghost Light Jeff and Maya Bohnhoff
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The music on Möbius Street is modern, but feels classic. Acoustic and electric guitars swirl with subtle, smoky electronic textures and rhythms that give a deep foundation for Maya’s powerful vocals. The songs explore the nature of spirituality, meaning and loss in a world where everything seems to be transient. The lyrics are thoughtful, but give lots of room for interpretation. Jeff and Maya have been making music together since 1979, and the music shows it. They’re joined by several world-class guest musicians; including bassist/stick player Tony Levin and drummer Jerry Marotta.


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Jennifer

Another fine CD by the Bohnhoffs
I bought this CD immediately on its release and I wasn\'t disappointed. Beautiful melodic lines, thought-provoking lyrics, and excellent instrumental work characterize this recording. I think my favorite tracks are the haunting \"Empty Man,\" the title track \"Mobius Street,\" and the beautiful \"High Desert.\" The guitar-lover in me loved the very cool licks on \"Ghost Light.\" But it\'s hard to choose, because there\'s so much to choose from. I think there\'s something for everyone on this CD. Maya\'s voice is smooth as always, and lends an unusual twist to the melodies, Plus her harmonies are velvet and warm. I always enjoy good instrumental work (I don\'t always need vocals), and this CD delivers plenty of that too. I haven\'t been fortunate to hear many of these tracks live, but I\'m so looking forward to it! For now, the CD is more than satisfying.

JaneG

Amazing album - Jeff and Maya are the best
I can\'t say this is the best independently produced album of 2008 because that praise would be too faint. It is THE best album of 2008, and if the big mainstream music awards were based on quality not sales, then Mobius Street would sweep the awards. Don\'t worry about whether or not it falls into a music category you already like; just listen and be amazed.

Tony Fabris

Jeff & Maya's Best Album Yet
I'm so happy this album is finally here! Many of these songs are ones that Jeff and Maya have performed at their live appearances for a while, others are completely new. A few of these songs are new versions of songs originally found on old out-of-print EP's and tapes which saw only a very limited distribution; even if you own them, this album is worth getting just to hear these amazing new versions. Some of the songs evoke the Bohnhoff's live performances with warm acoustic guitars and quiet arrangements, and others are lush studio productions with layer upon layer of instruments and vocal harmonies. From soft folksy pieces to burning hard rock, this album is a cornucopia of rich sonic textures for your ears to feast upon. There are many fantastic guest musicians on the album; I'm particularly fond of the saxophone that opens the track "Who Can Explain?", and the Great-Gig-in-the-Sky-esque harmony vocals during the guitar solo at the end of "Ghost Light". The songwriting on this album is definitely Jeff and Maya's best yet; the images evoked in "High Desert" (my favorite track) are simple yet powerful.

Phillip Mills

Inspiration, polish, and class
When I heard that this album was available, I had high expectations based on my appreciation of their other recordings. Now that I\'ve heard it, the reality is far better than even what I\'d anticipated. They have done a wonderful job of capturing a variety of moods and styles and making them all work together through the album. And the same goes for individual songs, where the voices and instruments give a great sense of sharing the stage and cooperating. The quality and appeal of the songs themselves is a major attraction; adding excellent performances and production values makes the whole CD something special. I haven\'t settled on favorites yet -- and may never be able to decide -- but \"Empty Man\", \"Between\", \"High Desert\", and \"Candle in the Sand\" all were immediate stand-outs.