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Playin' History
Review by Gary Hill

Joe Bouchard is best known as one of the members of the classic lineup of Blue Oyster Cult. You wouldn't really need to know that if you heard this album.


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The Power of Music
Review by Gary Hill
Joe Bouchard is probably best known as one of the founding members of Blue Oyster Cult.

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Interviews
Joe Bouchard
Interview by Gary Hill
Interview with Joe Bouchard from 2016

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