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Exotic America, the latest album by Andy Robinson.

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A new collection of original instrumentals – cool sounds, hummable melodies, a variety of moods and irresistible rhythms – kalimbas and dulcimers collide with everything from sampled instruments to human laughter. Unique music that could only originate with Andy Robinson. Produced by Doug and Andy Robinson.

Brontosaurus Records, 2004

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Songs that tell stories of love (I’m in Love with Your Sister), loss (“God Loves a Joke”), mystery (“Flyin’ in her Dreams”), memories (“Nameless Beach”) and more. This album features the beautiful vocals of Babs Parent and the excellent Dobro playing of Scott Colby. Includes Andy’s tongue-in-cheek anthem, “I Play the Dulcimer”. Produced by Doug Robinson, who also played drums, bass and keyboards throughout the album. That's Andy, standing on his dad's outstretched hand, by the way.

Act As If Music, 1998

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A collection of Andy's folk/pop tunes, reminiscent of the Mamas and Papas, but with Andy’s trademark kalimba and dulcimer throughout. Songs include “Dinosaur Tracks” (featured in the New Line Cinema film, Roadside Prophets), “Ride the Wild Earth”, “Dreams to Chase”, and a folky cover of Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill”. Produced by Earle Mankey (Concrete Blond, Beach Boys.) CD cover design by Andy Robinson.

Vanguard, 1990

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Featuring "My First Car", as heard on NPR's Car Talk show. Originally a cassette-only release, this album captures Andy’s acoustic trio with fiddler Laura Kass, and the late, great multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Mike Condello. Tunes range from heart-felt and poignant (“Flame”), to whimsical (“Little Crazy Ones”), to a wry look at cosmetic surgery (“She’s Almost Perfect”). Condello produced the album, and his sweet rendition of the Ladmo/Condello tune, “Ice Cream Has No Bones” is truly wonderful. Babs Parent is guest vocalist on “Mr. Funloving”, a lyrical look at singles ads. The cover pictured is one of 6 color xerox originals that Andy created for this album.

Unlikely Entertainment, 1986

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Synthesizer pop that pushed the envelope, way back then. Invisible Zoo was one of the first bands in LA to use a sequenced rhythm section rather than a live drummer and bass player.  “Synthizer Man” and “Nobody’s Girl” from this vinyl EP both received ample airplay on LA’s KROQ. Out of Print.

Vanity Records, 1984

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