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Groovy Neighborhood

Pianosaurus

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A gimmick band which transcends its novelty status, Pianosaurus play their light-hearted, pop-oriented material on children's instruments bought at toy stores, among them tiny pianos, cheap-o organs and plastic horns and guitars. Sincere and enthusiastic, Groovy Neighborhood is sparkling, well-played pop with folk undercurrents; the covers of Chuck Berry's "Memphis" and John Lee Hooker's "Dimples" even prove that songs don't need to be composed for toy instruments to sound great when played on 'em.

Biography

Formed: 1982

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s

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...
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