The double “B” is a musical connection between two cities destined to work together someday: the number of musicians in each of them is outstanding, specially in direct proportion to the number of habitants. Petti and Barrence Whitfield have made that predestined cultural encounter real. Wikipedia verifies that, among other good things, Bera is important because of the amount of musicians born there, with the clan of the Irazoki to the front. Boston, on the other hand, has been the world-wide capital of garage rock, thanks to pioneering bands as the Remains. And there also were DMZ, Real Kids and Lyres… or our Barrence Whitfield, who has collaborated with members of all those bands through his career, until his last solo record, the vibrant “Raw, Raw, Rough”.