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Check out these video nuggets from our "Dry Soul," "60 Watt Rock," and "Release Me" sessions! There's a clip of Bob laying down the "60 Watt" drum track in its entirety, and some noodling around with guitar tracks on the tunes "Release Me" and "Drink Her Pretty." Straight from the Zen video vaults!
OK, OK, so we haven't played any live dates yet. We *have* been recording new stuff. We *are* thinking about a farewell disk, working with our man Don DePew again; and yes, we *finally" are on myspace.com Please friend us, goodness knows, we need it.
Cool Cleveland is the free, weekly e-zine with attitude. From the sound of their "Release Me" review, there may be a Zenster or two at Cool Cleveland!
Podcast giant indiefeed.com is playing Boho Zen on its Alternative/Modern Rock Channel; be sure to point your RSS aggregator at http://www.indiefeed.com and choose the alt/modern rock feed!
Pop tartar? Cleveland Magazine's review of "Release Me" talks garage and XTC!
Here's D.X. Ferris' review of the new Zen disk from Cleveland's Scene Magazine. Check it out then download "(Drink Her) Pretty" and let us know what you think. Or check out "Release Me (EP)" tune-by tune at rollingstone.com.
"Release Me" (EP) - six new tracks from the Zensters are wrapped at 609 Recording. Don Depew is again at the controls for a new Boho Zen EP, now available for sale here.
Zen percussionist releases 15-piece concept album, including instrumental/spoken word pieces, and standard vocal pop songs mastered by Cobra Verde's Mark Klein.
Here's the Free Times' review of "This is Where We Are."
Twelve tracks wrapped at 609 Recording - more details on the sessions!
The most comprehensive (and arguably, the coolest) music magazine yet - check out The Big Takeover's review of "60 Watt Rock"
Modern Drummer is a must-read in the drumming biz.
Indie pop band Boho Zen have self-released their first full-length CD, "60 Watt Rock." The disk features ten songs from Boho Zen's songwriting team of Howard Fencl and Bob Walker, and includes two bonus tracks from additional sessions with guitar virtuoso Neil Zaza.
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