Downtown Harvest | Discovering Dinosaurs

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Discovering Dinosaurs

by Downtown Harvest

Downtown Harvest's third effort, "Discovering Dinosaurs," is an eclectic blend of four voices, guitars, keyboards, accordions, drums, glockenspiel... Rolling Stones 60's rock, 70's disco, 80's punk synth, 90's dance, all rolled into one album.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Balboa
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2. Shimmy
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3. Trouble
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4. Anita Leave
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5. Takeover
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6. Rekonize (new plans)
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7. Cherry Maha
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8. Captain I hate my life
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9. Broken Heel
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10. No one at the Party
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Produced and Engineered by Frank Ewing
at Cold Point Studios, Plymouth Meeting PA

Larry Thomas Moore: vocals, guitar, keys
Bob Cahill: vocals, bass
Chris Wood: vocals, drums
Frank Ewing: vocals, sax, guitar, keys, accordion, glockenspiel


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hua

For the people that say "I listen to everything"
Downtown Harvest is a generious blend of genres, that displays range and originality. Throughout the album you are brought into spaces of experimental pop, brit punk, blues, funk, and classic rock.

"Balboa" brings to mind a Count playing on an Organ, next to a glass of bourbon, neat, and P. Funk's Mothership Connection lying next to the record player.

"Shimmy" transports me into my 1955 sky blue Cadillac coasting down Route 1. With a healthy injection of punk rock, that pays homage to the Ramones, I am a California Hipster, hear me roar.

Have you ever had a woman who drove you nuts? Can't live with her, can't live without her. Well, "Anita Leave" embodies this to a T.

"No One at the Party" is an anthem that rebels against awkwardness and provides comfort in unity.

jamiliya

A little bit of everything with a little somethin' somethin' on the top
Every time I listen to this album I hear something new. I hear Beck, the Beatles, Maroon 5, Jamiroquai and some 60's garage rock. And no matter what track, this album makes me want to dance.

Ammo

Simply Awesome
Although the term is thrown around constantly without merit nowadays, Discovering Dinosaurs is truely "a breath of fresh air." This CD is perfect for people with an open mind and true appreciation for original music, rather than another rendition of what is already playing over the radio. Being their third CD, I can see how they have grown as artists and undoubtedly will continue to do so. THE SKY IS THE LIMIT for these guys! I CANT STOP LISTENING TO BALBOA OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN...

stephaniey

Just Makes Me Wanna Say, YES!
I am really enjoying Downtown Harvest's new album, Discovering Dinosaurs. I like their catchy lyrics and upbeat sound. Their tunes are danceable and really get me going in the morning and keep me energetic for those fun nights out on the town. This album will definitely keep the girls swooning. Thanks!

Joely

They just keep getting stronger each time out
On their last album, they pushed the pace and made a very on the run effort, here they've been lifting weights and their songs are much stronger for it. The sound is a little more polished than usual, but their playfulness never ends and it's a danceable kitchen sink pop approach. Fantastic.