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 civil 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'.
Felly is a strong yet feminine personality who, in this 3rd and last episode of the series, is no longer living out of a suitcase but home from her travels. While browsing in an old book-store she finds a note lodged in the spine of a book, and from that moment on the story becomes a murder mystery crossing the Atlantic where suspense and romance take their surprising turn.
Felly van Vliet is a twin who becomes unwittingly involved in a crime scene when invited as a guest lecturer at a college in Youghal, Ireland, a sleepy harbour town of County Cork. She follows her curiosity to unravel the mystery of, not one, but two murders. It doesn't take long for her to find herself under the spell of a colourful set of locals. One in particular, the local Irish Guard, has caught her eye.
A triptych of the human canvas: longing - journey - reckoning in compilations of bitter-sweet and humorous short stories, songs, poetry, travelogues and reflections of an author who struggles through and overcomes personal addiction to lead a successful life. 'Uncommon Boundaries' is a collection of rich imagery that will stay with you for awhile -- its evocative thoughts are like musical rhythms to the mind.
Chance, synchronicity and the madness of alienated youth brought Stevie and Mike – two musicians of immigrant background – into a taboo breaking world of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll. Their lives imploded as guns of the Vietnam War across the waters exploded – and the Western world became a chaos of civil unrest.