Boris & His Bolshie Balalaika

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Record Collector Magazine - August 2012 -Feature:  Memories of the Free Festivals

Album Review - Boris & His Bolshie Balalaika

Psychic Revolution 

(LP Delerium, DELECLP 014 1994)

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Select - Fun With Mushrooms compilation CD review

'Special mention for Boris & his Bolshie Balalaika's 'Toadstool Soup' which reminds you of all those drug bores who sit around prattling along about how stoned they are...'

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Press Release - Psychic Revolution

When Boris picked up his balalaika in 1967, he could not possibly have imagined the adventures that were to pave his way to the present.

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Reviewed July 2002 - Head Trips & Flashbacks

Psychic Revolution (1994)

Many thanks to Ken Golden (Laser's Edge) for turning me on to the beatific Boris spin. Ripley's Believe It Or Not type rumours and circulating factoids regarding the artist's over-the-top life leave an indelible impression within one's cranium that life is, indeed, stranger than fiction... or music. And in this case, the music is a bit more than preternatural !!

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Making Music - review

The concept here is as inspired as Boris's appearance. Boris' Balalaika is a triangular, three stringed Russian folk instrument which has been electrified and put through so many effects that its original sound is unrecognisable.

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Facelift Press Review

The liberating effect of seeing Hendrix perform in Stockholm in 1967 was enough to set young Boris on the road, taking his three string dayglo Balalaika with him. He busked his way across Europe, ended up in ...

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Crohinga Well

Modern entertainment music is populated by lots of strange characters, but the hero of this review is really something special...

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Buzz Factory

Definitely the oddest named artist I've heard for a while, it's a pity his music didn't make me take as much notice. It's trippy yet dippy and features...

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