Wrath of the Path
This live album consistently captures unbridled depravity to the hoots and whistles of Bodeco's insatiable fans. The band hails from Louisville, KY. Frontman Rick Feather is joined by guitarist Wink O'Bannon, bassist Jimmy Brown, Brian Burkett on drums and Gary Stillwell on percussion. It's a sweat-soaked adventure recorded raw at the Cherokee Blues Club. No muss, no fuss, just straight ahead, straight-edged boogie. It's a day at the races, dragstrip races that is, fast, furious and no-nonsense from the raunchabilly boys. WIth it's roots in simple guitar riffs lodged against a loose back-beat, Bodeco pounds it's way through a night of sheer rancor and a resolute good time. Rock'n'roll the way it was meant to be--big, live and loud! Got raw nerve? Get Bodeco! As James Lien of CMJ New Music Monthly has said: 'This is music built from the scrap heap of Americana, pieced together from junked fragments of everying imaginable--a Link Wray tailfin, a fender from Booker T. & the MGs, the hubcaps from the Cramps' hearse, and the superbad engine from whatever unruly '70s car ZZ Top rode around in before they traded down for the Eliminator.'