Jeff Cameron | Bargofaxis

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Bargofaxis

by Jeff Cameron

This may be the first 1960's style concept album of the 21st century! A closing medley ala abbey road. with generous sprinkles of the Kinks , Dylan and Byrds with a dash of Peter Gabriel. 13 catchy tunes interspersed with hilarious dialogue between songs
Genre: Rock: Classic Rock
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1. Getting In Gear
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2. The Bijou
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3. Wandering Man
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4. Love Is More Than A Miracle
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5. Chocolate and Tears
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6. Message From Bargo
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7. Whatever Happened Sunday
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8. Good Karma Stew
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9. Hippie Head Speaks
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10. Feels Like Van Gogh
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11. Surfer Round Up
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12. Cool Beach Woman
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13. Mixed Up Feeling Number Five
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14. Working Man's Town
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15. Superman and Juliet/Bombay Magic
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16. In the Blue Sparkle
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17. Epilogue
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Jeff Cameron loved the Beatles, Kinks, early WHO, Dylan the Byrds, Pink Floyd. and you can hear touches
of all of it. But with Bargofaxis you get 13 new catchy tunes. rockin numbers and ballads. even a surf ballad!
lush harmonies throughout! Bargofaxis was a Hippie singer from Haight Ashbury in the sixties who just wanted
to sing with his band! interspersed between the 13 new songs is Jeff doing the narrative and comedy voices
telling the story of Brgofaxis returing after decades! Much like a Terry Gilliam movie the album moves backwards
and forwards in time...Cool Beach Woman is set in 1962, Bombay Magic sounds like it could have been on Sgt Pepper
in 67, Wandering Man is like a lost song from Johnny Cash or The Kinks Village preservation society. THe album closes
with six songs strung together with sound effects big production and crossfades ala Abbey Road, Finally in the Epilogue
we learn what happens to Bargofaxis! This album will evoke memories of the Beatles, Kinks Dylan maybe the Byrds
and Peter Gabriel. This may be Jeff's finest work. Also of note, the original surviving members of the original Jeff Cameron
band from the eighties perform on the album, making it a reunion too! Jeff waited fifteen years to make another album. It was worth the wait


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Paul Madigan

Good Karma Stew
These melodies have been popping into my head for the last week since I bought this CD. Great lyrics combined with a great melody reminiscent of some pop/rock classics of the 60's & 70's. Love the guitar work as well, very George Harrison.
Good Karma Stew!

burt simon

good stuff!
what a breath of fresh air for classic rock fans! Chock full of hooks, sixties nostalgia and great tunes
it's worth the price for Bombay Magic and Whatever Happened Sunday alone. Feels Like Van Gogh sounds
like a lost Peter Gabriel track and Superman and Juliet sounds like its right out of the John Lennon songbook
the infectious Wandering Man tips and ode to Ray Davies and the Kinks and the whole things starts chugging
with the great Getting In Gear, this is one of the best classic rock albums I have heard in a long time!