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Cool Like Dino

by Blow-Up

Critically acclaimed Hollywood-based band with New York influences best known for Easy Knowledge LP and Up the Academy soundtrack.
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. High Chaparral
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2. Hanging Out At the 7-Eleven
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3. Sometimes Good Guys Don't Wear White
3:16 FREE
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4. Easy Knowledge
3:41 FREE
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5. There's a War Going On
3:55 FREE
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6. Local Hero
3:26 FREE
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7. Kicking Up a Fuss
2:48 FREE
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8. We're so Cool
5:50 FREE
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9. It's a Crime
4:12 FREE
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10. Downtown
5:38 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Recorded May 25, 1984 at the "World Famous" Hollywood Palace. With Jim Carroll Band. Jody Worth: Vocals; Pat DiPuccio: Guitar; Christian Super: Keyboards; Paul Hilton: Bass; Ed Cirino: Drums; Brian "Pink" Floyd: Saxophone. For Jim Carroll.
This gig was a true highlight. Concurrent with the release of the 'Easy Knowledge' album ("available with bonus tracks on CD Baby and iTunes "), which was lauded possibly even beyond its Worth by great writers like Mikal Gilmore, and rated A- by "Dean of Rock Critics" Robert Christgau. A very appreciative crowd of 1500 at the same historic venue Dean Martin dissed the Stones at when filming his great TV show back in the 60's. Opening for the estimable Jim Carroll and hanging out chatting cultural minutia with his then guitarist Lenny Kaye, who has just now made a very cool record with my friend Wendy James. - Jody Worth

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