A garage-punk band out of Greenville, South Carolina. Rudy Wyatt of The Wyld produced the first 45 and played on the second. Bojax singer Bobby Holliday sang on The Wyld's Know A Lot About Love. The band stayed together until 1969, releasing a third single for which I don't have complete info. The excellent Go Ahead And Go has resurfaced on Back From The Grave, Vol. 8
Their debut 45 is a cool Kinks-inspired punker with a slab of attitude and samples some phrasing and melody of Dylan's Like A Rolling Stone. Hippie Times is a driving uptempo belter. Fast Life is a hypnotic garage-swinger stuffed with power-chords and searing leads. The flip is a too-faithful rendition of The Remains' Don't Look Back and lacks bite. Don't Look Back charted locally.
The Bojax cuts are fair but not standout garage rock, with a gritty feel that perhaps, like some other Southern-'60s garage bands, had a slightly stronger pop-soul feel in places than garage sounds from other regions did.
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