Hoboe | I'm Your Man/Charlie

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I'm Your Man/Charlie

by Hoboe

Debut single by the world's premier rock oboe band. Features amplified oboe as centerpiece to a cross-rock sound with hints of metal, punk, classic, psychedelic, jazz, alternative, folk, grunge, prog and pop. A 21st century Jethro Tull.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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Album Notes
The single "I'm Your Man / Charlie" is released in advance of a full-length debut CD.
"I'm Your Man" is an abbreviated radio-friendly version of the CD track.


"I'm Your Man" written by Ben Meiklejohn
"Charlie" written by Bob Bergeron
Recorded at v69 Recording Studios by Sean Slaughter
Produced by Hoboe and Sean Slaughter
Mastered by Ryan Halliburton
Cover art photography by Michael Milinski
Cover art logo by Ben Meiklejohn

"I'm Your Man" (Meiklejohn):
Zen Ben--lead vocals, rhythm guitar, oboe
Bob Bergeron--bass, backup vocals
Thom Metz--lead guitar, backup vocals
Jon Bangs--drums
Sean Slaughter--backup vocals

"Charlie" (Bergeron):
Bob Bergeron--lead vocals, bass
Zen Ben--rhythm guitar, oboe, backup vocals
Thom Metz--lead guitar, backup vocals
Jon Bangs--drums

The single was featured in the Performance section of the October, 2009 issue of Portland Magazine, and "I'm Your Man" was debuted on the airwaves on WCYY on December 3, 2009 in Portland, Maine, USA.


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