released 1987 Philo
Maybe, a billion years from now, some scientist will unearth this record, play it and discover what life was really like in our time: the secret to long life, good health, and delirious joy (Cold Pizza For Breakfast); the miracle of dance lessons and how they can lead to romance (Sweet Irene The Disco Queen); the scene of a neighborhood tragedy that still affects us all (The Dakota); and a love song for our changed times (Artificial Means). Then again, maybe not.
"Lavin can write serious, sensitive songs with the best of them. But it's her funny material that sticks in the mind." -Providence Bulletin