"The kind of organic, free-verse, non-esoteric poetry associated with Los Angeles and its poets is usually written by working-class, or lower, folk such as Charles Bukowski. Today's finest include Bill Mohr, who evocatively combines images of longing and desperation with wide-eyed wonderment."
-- Ellen Krout-Hasegawa, L.A. Weekly
"I played cuts from Vehemence, including the title one, repeatedly on my show for a whole year and enjoyed how the music of Mohr's words matched the mood of a variety of musical tracks."
-- Liza Richardson, Man-in-the-Moon, KCRW