Squeeze-bot | Sweet Dreams Are Made of Squeeze

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Sweet Dreams Are Made of Squeeze

by Squeeze-bot

Accordion, banjo, tuba and toy drumset playing selections from the Eurythmics, Charles Mingus, Jefferson Airplane and more the way they were supposed to be played in the first place.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Sweet Dreams Are Made of This Squeeze-Bot
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2. Boogie Stop Shuffle Squeeze-Bot
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4:23 $0.99
3. Funky Town Squeeze-Bot
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4. Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk Squeeze-Bot
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5. Syndrome Squeeze-Bot
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6. The Price Is Right Squeeze-Bot
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7. Across the Universe Squeeze-Bot
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8. Armando's Rhumba Squeeze-Bot
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9. She Blinded Me With Science Squeeze-Bot
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10. Nutville Squeeze-Bot
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11. White Rabbit Squeeze-Bot
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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.

But now 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.


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