Dear Boz September 24, 2006
Written by RadioAnydaynow
Dear Boz Iím so sad...
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|Dear Mr. Burrell Sat., Feb 3, 2007|
Posted by: boroski
Dear Mr. Burrell
I first saw Crimson in 1970 in Detroit. You were terrific. The old songs and new songs. What a voice. When you sang a bluesey version of Read more
|Boz Fri., Jan 5, 2007|
Posted by: Severance
A Crim hi-point... grubby sax and all.
|King and Beat Fri., Sep 29, 2006|
Posted by: ionpeta
Dear Boz, youíre one who let me think to the Beatles and humour in KC music. Great and unmistakable voice. GP
|BOZ Thu., Sep 28, 2006|
Posted by: gboland
Earth, stream and tree encircled by sea
Waves sweep the sand from my island.
My sunsets fade.
Field and glade wait only for rain
Grain after grain love erodes my
High weathered walls which fend off the Read more
|Hail and Farewell Boz Tue., Sep 26, 2006|
Posted by: SSImuse
The Boz/Mel/Ian/Robert incarnation of Crim has been the most underrated of all. But the indelible influence of that lineup comes distinctly from the funkiness that Boz Burrell brought to the table that has been felt throughout to present day and beyond Read more
|A soulful singer Tue., Sep 26, 2006|
Posted by: candrsn
This is, indeed, a great recording. I find myself humming this tune
quite often, and I find it to be one of the ícoolerí Crimson tracks.
Boz gave King Crimson some soul and a bit of a different Read more
|Farewell Boz Tue., Sep 26, 2006|
Posted by: Andrewn
One of the problems of 70ís bands is that the members are growing older. Crimso appeared to have a charmed life when it came to longevity of members however I have read the sad news of the passing of Read more
|Goodbye Boz Tue., Sep 26, 2006|
Posted by: gbruner
Islands didnt really do much for me as a recording, so it was with some reservation that I purchased the Ladies of the Road live CD set. I was just floored by Bozís live Read more
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