Album · 1983 · 14 Songs. More By Austin Lounge Lizards. See All. (How Do I Get to Be) Too Big to Fail?
The Lizards can serve up the tastiest country licks imaginable while at the same time trashing every old West cliche/tradition in the book. The group's debut Creatures from the Black Lagoon revealed such classics as "The Car Hank Died In," "Kool Whip" (Devo meets The Bonzo Dog Band), and "Saguaro" (wailing pedal steel and mock heroic baritone rendering the tale of a twerpy urban cowpoke duelling a gang of desperado cacti - and losing).
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Creatures From the Black Saloon. 1. The Golden Triangle. BPM Profile Creatures From the Black Saloon. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Austin Lounge Lizards.
Tim was the Lizards' first fiddle and mandolin player and appeared on the band's first album, "Creatures from the Black Saloon" (1985). Kirk played bass with the Lizards for eight years and played on 5 albums, from "Highway Cafe of the Damned" (1988) through "Small Minds. 1995) Who are the Austin Lounge Lizards, anyway? . The Austin Lounge Lizards are five-time winners at the prestigious Austin Music Awards. Their version of Irving Berlin’s C-U-B-A was used in the Michael Moore film Sicko.
Austin Lounge Lizards (1984-2013) 1984 Creatures From The Black Saloon (L) Scans Back . pg Back. jpg Inside 0. pg Inside 0. p. 02. Jesus Loves Me (But He Can't Stand You). 04. A Case of Coors Beer. 06. Bust the High School Students. 07. He's Just a Friend. 09. Rock and Roll Lawyer.
Austin Lounge Lizards. From the Album Creatures From The Black Saloon. Exclusive Prime pricing. If you like the Austin Lounge Lizards, you will like this song. It isn't like these guys were ever nominated for any Country Music Awards.
Artist: Austin Lounge Lizards. Album: Creatures from the Black Saloon, 2007. From the Texas Connection circa 1990. Now playing: Oasis Wonderwall. Queen I Want to Break Free.
The Lounge Lizards were an eclectic musical group founded by saxophonist John Lurie and his brother, pianist Evan Lurie, in 1978. Initially known for their ironic, tongue-in-cheek take on jazz, The Lounge Lizards eventually became a showcase for John Lurie's sophisticated compositions straddling jazz and many other genres. They were active until about 1998 with the Lurie brothers as the only constant members, though many leading New York City based musicians were members of the group.