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Play Thing

Buzz Zeemer

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"Melodic pop-rock" at its best...

What a great band! What great songwriting! Why didn't Buzz Zeemer become more famous? In the words of Billboard Magazine ["Indie Labels Discover Freedom in Philly" - 10/28/1995]: "...melodic pop-rock band Buzz Zeemer...has stepped up to the most-unjustly unsigned level since adding Tommy Conwell on lead guitar." I love "Break My Heart" and "Don't Hang Up" -- they are my favorites! "Crush" also comes highly recommended. But all of these tunes from Buzz Zeemer are excellent! Frank Brown - Vocals,Guitar Tommy Conwell - Guitar, Vocals Dave McElroy - Bass Ken Buono - Drums, Percussion

My Stand-by

I've owned this CD since the original release. The story telling is unmatched. Porch touches the soul. London, England

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Buzz Zeemer is a power pop band from Philadelphia that is led by vocalist Frank Brown — a longtime fixture on the Philly music scene — and the often jangly tones of guitarist Tom Conwell. The group released the album Delusions of Grandeur in 1999. The effort swung from sophisticated, Burt Bacharach-edged pop ("Mystery") to punchy, jangly power pop ("Red Balloon). It also included a euphoric, rousing cover of Allen Toussaint's ("There Should Be a Book"). The key to Buzz Zeemer's appeal...
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 1996

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