Boz September 23, 2006
Written by emperornobody
I donít know what to say except thank you, Boz, for living on this world in this time and contributing to some of my favorite music by one of my favorite bands. Learning to play an instrument from the ground up under such pressure and anticipation is one of the yeoman feats in music history, and you did it with aplomb to spare, to the point that no one listening could have imagined that you had just begun playing. Earthboundís 21CSM stands as the most terrifying and committed version ever. I think you were the best singer KC ever had, and probably ever will have.
Bye bye to the bass bashing Bozell, and thank you.
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|Bozs' Finest KC Moment Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: emmapeelfanclub
This is an excellent and fitting tribute to dear Boz Burrell. Robert is spot on in describing this track as the Boz erasí defining moment. Long a favourite of mine, Bozsí performance on this track is Read more
|Boz RIP Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: Wilbert
I am very sad to read that Boz Burrell has died. The Island/Earthbound version of the band was my introduction to the band in 1972, when Earthboundís Schidzoid Man was played on the radio, the complete 11 minutes, 45 Read more
|For Boz Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: pyython
Earthbound was the album that completely pulled me in to the KC world (Red started the movement for me). Itís home-recorded quality hid the fact that this group jams and brings a lot to the Read more
| , Dorset September 21, 2006|
Posted by: frederick
This is sad news indeed. The Islands version of KC was always my favorite and I could not believe that Boz had never played bass before joining King Read more
|Boz Burrell Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: CalvinHobbes
Very sad news.
"Beneath the wind turned wave
Islands join hands
íNeathe heavenís sea."
RIP, Read more
|Some thoughts... Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: prjt2501
Iím not sure what I can add or say that others will not do in a far more concise or eloquent manner. What I can say is that Islands (and the 1971-1972 band live) is one of my Read more
|Farewell Fri., Sep 22, 2006|
Posted by: anonymous
It is strange how much the death of someone you have never met can touch you. Everyone in the DGM office has been shocked by the news in their own way, even though Boz the person has recently been nothing Read more
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