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July 30, 2007 | by  | in Music |
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The Little Bushman @ San Fran 20th July

Resurrecting the iconic sounds of the past, The Little Bushman left the San Francisco Bathhouse mesmerized by their captivating performance.

Each member of the band has a unique strength that makes the resulting collective sound very special (read: trippy). Tracks like ‘Little Bird’ left the crowd wanting more, like a drug that takes you out of your body on a journey of beautiful sounds; true escapism. Maxwell’s voice – along with the improvised jams – has a hypnotising effect, proving that this band has let go of the safety net to create a stunning musical experience. Hendrix, Zeppelin and the legendry jazz musicians that The Little Bushman has drawn strength from would have certainly been proud of this dynamic show.

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