Bing Selfish | Last of The Bohemians

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Last of The Bohemians

by Bing Selfish

Recorded in a state of spiritual retreat yet corporeal attack, this is an album at once lush and cold, savage and gentle, yin and yang, little and large, meat and potatoes.
Genre: Pop: Pop Underground
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1. No Way
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2. Now This is what I call Entertainment
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3. Evil Flowers
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4. Anything But (Modern Times)
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5. Cannabis Sativa
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6. Bohemian Symphonietta
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7. Hemingwhy?
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8. Boabdil's Blues
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9. Beach People
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10. Self Indulgence
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11. A Case of Mistaken Identity
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12. Last of The Bohemians
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bing decides against the planned album of the carefully recorded crushing of a variety of vol-au-vants in different key signatures, and gifts us all with the kind of advice they should be giving out in careers offices up and down the land. Deceptively accessible guitar the only accompaniment in the main, you will find yourself finding layer after layer to intrigue and inspire. Aurally, the equivalent of telling your egomaniac boss to stuff it.


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