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Squeeze-bot

by Squeeze-bot

Accordion, banjo, tuba and toy drums kicking new school grooves-the music of Monk, Aerosmith, Culture Club and more.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Monk's Dream
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2. Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
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3. The Windup
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4. Behind Blue Eyes
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5. So Sue Me
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6. Between the Bars
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7. Walk This Way
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8. What Was
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9. Don't Dream It's Over
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10. I Mean You
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11. Contemplation
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12. Well You Needn't
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13. Cab Driver
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Before the electric guitar ruined rock and roll, accordions, banjos and tubas had their rightful place in music. Driven underground by their oppressors, the great accordion/banjo/tuba bands have kept largely quiet, playing late night, speakeasy style concerts in underground clubs deep in the country, far from the ever vigilant ears of oppressive electric guitarist.

In the year 2006, one such underground band would run no more, and have emerged from the underground with bold new stylings, not afraid to show how music should have been played all along.

This band is Squeeze-bot.


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Andrew

Unholy Bloodorgy of Glitery Sound
This is possibly the best band on the planet. You should listen to this in your car because its the only place with speakers and a seatbelt. Airbags are recommended because Squeeze-bot will take you to the light.

Denise

don,t dream it\'s over
I love the way this old tune sounds. Keep playing on my Car CD and in my head Love Squeeze Bot!


SqueezeBot
I absolutely LOVE this band!!!

Robert Perry

Amazing fresh takes on familiar melodies...
I found myself excited and trying to evoke the great sound of Squeeze-bot to all my friends with words. You just have to listen to them, they are amazing. Thank you SQUEEZE-BOT for bringing joy into the world.