Andre Balazs | Bipolar Jukebox

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Bipolar Jukebox

by Andre Balazs

"When Andre Balazs plays, you start to feel foolish for ever thinking there was a separation between jazz, rock , and blues."-Hartford Advocate (Contact info :
Genre: Folk: Folk Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Truth and a Tan
3:30 $0.99
2. Bipolar Jukebox
5:32 $0.99
3. Stephen Hawking
4:52 $0.99
4. Highly Recommended
4:20 $0.99
5. Empty Rhetoric
0:32 $0.99
6. Modern Day Disease
3:41 $0.99
7. Wasabi
3:43 $0.99
8. Last Request
3:53 $0.99
9. Empty Nets
9:26 $0.99
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Album Notes
"Shortly after being born @ Einstein hospital (South Bronx, NY) in 1972 to a Mr. And Mrs. Andre, Andre was put up for auction at the circus. For the next six years, no one, not even Andre, can account for the Childs whereabouts. In 1980 Andre surfaced in Iowa, and there, gave up playing with Legos. Mr. Michael Traumastein of 86 Perch St. Iowa City, Iowa (a childhood friend who wished to remain anonymous), stated in a recent interview on NPR's All Things Considered, "he had exhausted their structural possibilities and began to enjoy the taste of clay." As any gifted eight year old would do for excitement Andre turned immediately to crime. His temper, it has been said, was matched only by his slow wit and occasionally against a pit bull named Jaws on Sundays behind Old Lady Cleary’s Laundromat and Bait shop. His short but infamous crime spree lasted for only several minutes before he was captured by the authorities. Though only minutes in duration his career as a criminal left an indelible impression on many of his peers as well as a strange spot on one of their couches. After being tried and convicted of caring about humanity without a permit in a school zone- Andre was subsequently sentenced and paragraphed consecutively. Andre served time in several institutions simultaneously (1980-1991), until in 1991, when he was granted a Gubernatorial pardon when his defense teams uncovered evidence that there indeed was no such crime. Upon his return to society in 1991 Andre came to a sudden realization that he preferred the company of musicians to that of people, and shortly after began drinking soymilk heavily. This was not entirely by choice a severe lactose intolerance forced the move. Frustrated that soymilk wasn’t as tasty with cereal as real milk Andre began writing songs (1991-present). Despite being tone deaf and blessed with an exceptionally low IQ Andre has developed a quiet reputation as one of the leading international authorities on litter box maintenance and renovation. Rumors have been heard in certain minute circles that Andre may have been invited to join a US led, coalition sponsored, Veterinary envoy to Washington D.C. to help rebuild pet communities damaged by recent hypocrisy this rumor has not been verified however. Andre is presently residing in local dive bars (on a rotating basis for security reasons) with a piano, a dog, two cats and a microphone, and a pointed stick."-ADB (



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Jon Dunn

Exciting new release by Andre.
Fantastic new disc from Andre. The collection of instrumentation, horns & slide guitar, and the the analog recording method shines all over this record. -JD


Better Than A Post-Coital Cigarette.
Every time I finish having sex, instead of smoking, I put on Bipolar Jukebox.