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Pianosaurus - Live at the Speakeasy Nyc album mp3
Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
  • Performer:
    Pianosaurus
  • Title:
    Live at the Speakeasy Nyc
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock
  • Date of release:
    1985
  • Size FLAC version
    1488 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1953 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1778 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    382
  • Formats:
    ASF DMF FLAC AAC VOC MIDI

Sometimes you see a bandname and you can only hope please, please let this be a good band. A band that was cool enough to name itself after a plastic toy piano in the shape of a dinosaur but sounds like crap would break my heart. Luckily, no such worries with Pianosaurus.

The Speakeasy Song · Pianosaurus.

Little Branch deserves better than the speakeasy misnomer that blights this city. If this one’s hard to miss, you probably shouldn’t be drinking - the entrance is the only doorway on its West Village street corner. It’s like the Bat-Signal for discerning imbibers. Follow her on Twitter.

Groovy Neighborhood 1987. A delightful curiosity during the serene '80s, Pianosaurus played juvenile pop songs on - what else? - rinky-dink pianos, plastic horns, and a full array of children's toys. Bandmates Alex Garvin, Bianca "Flystrip" Miller, and Steve Dansiger came together in New York State in the early '80s, and self-released their first two albums, both recorded live and issued in 1985. Two years later, Rounder Records released Pianosaurus' proper debut, Groovy Neighborhood, produced by Peter Holsapple (of the db's) and featuring covers of Chuck Berry and John Lee Hooker.

Pianosaurus ready to rock psychotic reaction 1987. Pianosaurus a funny thing happened on the way to the toystore. After two self-released live albums, their 'debut' album Groovy Neighborhood was released by Rounder Records in 1987. Produced by Peter Holsapple, guitarist and songwriter for The dB's, "Neighborhood" featured cover versions of Chuck Berry's "Memphis", as well as the Box Tops' 1960s hit "The Letter". Sun Will FollowGroovy Neighborhood · 1987 The Speakeasy SongGroovy Neighborhood · 1987 Neighborhood · 1987.

Pianosaurus - The Speakeasy Song - 3:23. Pianosaurus - Cherry Street - 2:04. Pianosaurus - Memphis - 2:09. All songs are in the MP3 format and can be played on any computer or on any MP3 Player. Learn how to download music.

Credits

Pianosaurus - Primary Artist