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  1. Professional ratings. Buster's Happy Hour is the third album from Buster Poindexter, the alter ego of singer David Johansen. [5] Like his previous album Buster Goes Berserk, it features his backing band The Banshees of Blue, and features covers of rhythm and blues songs of the 1940s and 1950s.

  2. 1978 David Johansen; 1978 The David Johansen Group Live; 1979 In Style; 1981 Here Comes the Night; 1982 Live It Up; 1984 Sweet Revenge; 1987 Buster Poindexter; 1989 Buster Goes Berserk; 1994 Buster's Happy Hour; 1997 Buster's Spanish Rocketship; 2000 David Johansen and the Harry Smiths; 2002 Shaker; Colaboraciones. 1998 Stay Awake

  3. Johansen went on to issue Buster's Happy Hour, an album of songs thematically linked by their subject matter: alcohol. It was followed by Buster Poindexter's Spanish Rocket Ship , which focused on salsa and merengue music .

  4. 28 de abr. de 1994 · Other musical archeologists can sound either too square or too earnest; Poindexter, a.k.a. David Johansen, knows how to make the music swing, but he also understands the proper attitude toward...

  5. 13 de abr. de 2023 · David Johansen changed everything when he and his band the New York Dolls exploded onto the music scene in the rollicking 1970s. Thanks to a fiercely independent penchant for subversiveness, norm-breaking style and outrageous stage presence, Johansen is widely credited as a founding member of a genre which would later be known as punk, with acts ranging from fellow punk rockers The Clash and ...

  6. Buster's Spanish Rocketship is an album by Buster Poindexter, the alter ego of singer David Johansen. Following ...Rocketship, Johansen returned to recording albums under his real name. The album was named after Buster's new backing band.

  7. Buster's Happy Hour is the third album from Buster Poindexter, the alter ego of singer David Johansen. Like his previous album Buster Goes Berserk , it features his backing band The Banshees of Blue, and features covers of rhythm and blues songs of the 1940s and 1950s.