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Boud Deun hailed from northern Virginia, and played a style of music that was influenced by the progressive, punk and jazz-fusion traditions, with some bluegrass thrown in as well. They listed King Crimson, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Leo Kottke and Minor Threat as the band’s primary influences. Others have also added the Dixie Dregs to this list.

In their brief existence, the band recorded three studio albums: Fiction And Several Days (originally only available on cassette), Astronomy Made Easy and The Stolen Bicycle. The band operated at a high level of virtuosity — usually loud, fast and complex, but capable of more poignant moments as well (this being mostly due to Greg Hiser, not surprisingly).

(From http://www.tranglos.com/marek/yes/tr_145.html)

Edited by thyagobr on 26 Oct 2006, 12:47

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