Lounge Lizards

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Lounge Lizards - Lounge Lizards Lounge Lizards
Jazz Used - LP EGS 108 Editions EG
1980 Textured Cover Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - No Pain For Cakes No Pain For Cakes
Jazz New - LP 90592 Island
Sealed 1986 Original Mastered By Ted Jensen At Sterling Sound. Jazz Filtered Through Post Punk And No Wave.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - Live In Tokyo Big Heart Live In Tokyo Big Heart
Jazz New - LP 90529 Island
Sealed 1986 Original Featuring John Lurie.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - Live In Tokyo-Big Heart Live In Tokyo-Big Heart
Jazz New - LP 90529 Island
Sealed, Hard To Find 1986 Original Featuring John Lurie. Small Saw Notch.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - Live From The Drunken Boat Live From The Drunken Boat
Jazz Used - LP JP 2012 Europa
1982 Original. LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - Voice Of Chunk Voice Of Chunk
Jazz Used - LP No. 25 veraBra
Rare 1988 Original. John Lurie, Alto And Soprano Saxophone; Roy Nathanson, Alto And Tenor Saxophone; Curtis Fowlkes, Trombone; Marc Ribot, Guitar, Trumpet; Evan Lurie, Piano; E.J. Rodriguez, Percussion; Arik Sanko, Bass; Douglas Bowne, Drums. “The Lizards, Led By Neo-Saxman John Lurie, Were Best Known For Their Outsider Approach To Bop. This Is Perhaps Their Best Work, Filled With Humor And A Solid Melodic Sensibility. Marc Ribot's Angular Guitar And The Complement Of Evan Lurie's Piano Make The Disc A Particular Delight. Madhouse Jazz For The Unhinged.” Tim Sheridan, All Music Guide.... more details
 
Lounge Lizards - Lounge Lizards Lounge Lizards
Jazz Used - LP EGS 108 Editions EG
1980 Textured Cover Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “One Might Be Forgiven For Mistaking The Lounge Lizards' Debut Album For A Traditional Jazz Release At A Glance, What With The Two Thelonious Monk Covers And The Participation Of Producer Teo Macero (Who Had Previously Worked With Such Heavyweights As Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck And Ella Fitzgerald, To Name Just A Few). No, While There's Definitely Great Respect Shown Here For The Jazz Tradition, The Members Are Obviously Coming At It From Different Backgrounds -- Most Especially Guitarist Arto Lindsay, Whose Occasional Atonal String Scraping Owes Far More To His Experience In New York City's No Wave Scene Than To Quote Unquote Traditional Jazz. In Fact, The Two Aforementioned Monk Covers Seem A Strange Choice When You Actually Hear The Band, Which Has More In Common With Sonic Experimentalists Like Ornette Coleman Or Sun Ra. That's Not To Say That This Is Too Experimental; Saxophonist And Lead Lizard John Lurie Knows When To Blow Noise And When To Blow Melody, And Ex-Feelies Drummer Anton Fier Manages To Infuse A Good Rock Feel Into The Drum Parts Even When He's Playing Incredibly Complex Rhythms. The End Result Is A Album That Neatly Straddle Both Worlds, Whether It's The Noir-Ish "Incident On South Street," The Art-Funk Of "Do The Wrong Thing," Or The Thrash-Bebop Found In "Wangling"."” – Sean Carruthers, AMG... more details
 

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