Sunday, October 28, 2007

Boh Sampler (tape, Boh De Records, 1983)


Boh stands for 'Binnenlandse Ontwikkelings Hulp' and was foremost a fanzine from Den Haag, The Netherlands. They released a bunch of tapes, which I never saw, except for this one which love and cherish. It has (post-)punk like bands like Niet Reeel Aanbod, Gruppenbild, Zyklon B, but also electronic music from Accessibility, Frans Lelieveld and Texas Instruments. Lelieveld is also the guy that is responsible for the 'Alien' 12" published earlier on this blog. I was a good boy and scanned the entire booklet that came with it.

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5 comments:

Capa said...

Thanks for sharing this incredible music, also the scan job.

Greetings from Chile.

433 RPM said...

thanks. unfortunately i don't have music from your country, but i'm glad you like this old crap...

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AR73 said...

Thanks for posting this. I've been looking for years for 'Ecoline'. Now I've got all the music from this fantastic band. Just to notice: the titles of song 5 and 6 of 'Ecoline' are changed with the wrong songs. 5 has to be 6 and 6 has to be 5. Regards!

433 RPM said...

oh well... thanks anyway...

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itsonu said...

Well... i'm most surprised of this, (actually the whole blog) but especially this one, because i was one of the BOH-members. On this Cassette I did the music part of Texas Instruments. It is basically a Bass guitar with a programmable TI-calculater on the element. Nice to see it accessable to everyone through this blog.
It was a great time and big fun, making the fanzine and tapes...
Cheers