Boulder Blues: A Tale of the Colorado Counterculture

Boulder Blues A Tale of the Colorado Counterculture Boulder Blues brings you back to the era of sex drugs and rock n roll Its madness is exposed in a naive twist of two musicians from Irish immigrant backgrounds who struggle through the nightmare of a

  • Title: Boulder Blues: A Tale of the Colorado Counterculture
  • Author: Sherry Marie Gallagher
  • ISBN: 9781445230979
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Paperback
  • Boulder Blues: A Tale of the Colorado Counterculture

    Boulder Blues brings you back to the era of sex, drugs and rock n roll Its madness is exposed in a naive twist of two musicians from Irish immigrant backgrounds who struggle through the nightmare of a political war and countrywide unrest as they try to make sense of a world beyond the American Dream of their parents and grandparents Sweet, poignant, laughable and pithy,Boulder Blues brings you back to the era of sex, drugs and rock n roll Its madness is exposed in a naive twist of two musicians from Irish immigrant backgrounds who struggle through the nightmare of a political war and countrywide unrest as they try to make sense of a world beyond the American Dream of their parents and grandparents Sweet, poignant, laughable and pithy, it catches a time once labeled as a Modern Renaissance.

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    One thought on “Boulder Blues: A Tale of the Colorado Counterculture

    1. Mikki

      Loved this book! It drew me right in and brought me back to those crazy times. It's an easy read as the author has a wonderful style of writing.

    2. Sherry Gallagher

      BB is about two young musicians dragged down by the 60s counter culture. The male protagonist has just returned from Vietnam, feeling very disillusioned by the war and a bit reckless with his life. The female protagonist is a spoilt, strung-out rich kid looking for something to connect to and often going about it all wrong. The author uses and embellishes on observations and experiences, weaving them into fiction in the hopes of capturing magical but somewhat misled moments in the late 60s /earl [...]

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